Azusa Pacific's season came to an end following a 5-1 loss to Academy of Art in the Cougars' second match at the Pacific West Conference tournament.
Azusa Pacific let a 3-1 lead slip away in the quarterfinals of the PacWest tournament, taking a 5-4 loss to Sonoma State
The Cougars scored three 3-set victories in their 6-3 win over No. 35 Cal State L.A. in a crucial West Region clash.
The Cougars fell in an early hole in a West Region battle with UC San Diego and were not able to recover in time, taking a 5-0 loss to the Tritons.
The Sea Lions ended the Cougars' seven-match winning streak and perfect 6-0 record against NCAA Division II California programs with a 6-3 win on Thursday.
Azusa Pacific defeated the Banana Slugs 9-0 winning 24 of 26 games in doubles play on Wednesday afternoon at the Cougar Tennis Complex.
Azusa Pacific won its sixth match in a row this season for the second time, and Jackie Resler and Valeriia Kashina won together at No. 1 doubles for the first time.
Azusa Pacific defeated both Colorado Christian and Arizona Christian in the same day to improve to 11-4 on the season with just three matches left in the month of March.
Jackie Resler clinched another 5-4 victory for Azusa Pacific against Amherst after doing the same to UC San Diego earlier in the season.
Azusa Pacific cruised past former conference rival Westmont 9-0.
Azusa Pacific overcame an early deficit to post a 6-3 victory against Sonoma State.
Azusa Pacific fell to nationally ranked Barry on Tuesday afternoon.
The Cougars fell to the No. 7-ranked team in the country Nova Southeastern 5-1, getting an 8-3 doubles victory from Jackie Resler and Valeriia Kashina.
In its week-long trip to California, Hawai`i Pacific has started with three wins over nationally-ranked California schools in the first three days.
Azusa Pacific won their sixth straight match without dropping a set against Western New Mexico.
The Cougars' lone senior won both of her matches as the Cougars earned their first sweep of the season, beating Cal State Stanislaus 9-0 in a battle of two top 10 teams in the West Region.
The Cougars won all the doubles matches en route to a critical 5-4 win against Cal State L.A.
No. 14 Azusa Pacific defeated the No. 26 team in the nation Point Loma 7-2 to improve to 3-0 against West Region opponents.
Lisa Schneider earned the PacWest’s Player of the Week honors after two huge singles wins against Concordia and UCSD.
For the second time in three days, the Cougars staged a memorable comeback for a 5-4 victory against a West Region opponent, defeating UC San Diego.
The Cougars saved match points en route to their first win of the season, earning what looked to be an improbable victory for the Cougars.
Azusa Pacific earned a win in singles and in doubles despite falling 6-1 to NCAA Division I opponent Cal State Fullerton.
In 2016, the Cougars' roster features one of the youngest groups in recent memory with the addition of three true freshmen joining a strong core of returners.