Coming out of a 2-1 deficit from doubles proved to be too much to do two times in six days against the No. 23 team in the nation Cal State Los Angeles.
The Cougars had a myriad of firsts in an impressive 9-0 win in which the Cougars led the Vulcans 76-18 in total games won.
The Cougars rallied for a big 5-4 west region victory over Cal State L.A. on Thursday afternoon.
Azusa Pacific won for the third time in last four matches with a 6-3 win against Middlebury.
Despite having withdrawals from two matches, Azusa Pacific fought back to win all seven remaining matches for a 7-2 victory.
Azusa Pacific fell to NCAA Division I Connecticut 5-0 on Thursday afternoon.
Azusa Pacific got back into the win column with a convincing 9-0 win over Colorado Christian on Wednesday.
Despite winning three singles match the Cougars fell 6-3 to Hawaii Pacific.
Azusa Pacific fell to No. 1 Armstrong State 8-1 on Monday afternoon.
Azusa Pacific fells to the defending NCAA Division III national champion, Emory, 7-2 on Wednesday afternoon.
The Cougars showed no ill effects from a long layoff in their 9-0 victory against San Diego Christian.
Azusa Pacific's five-match winning streak came to an end as No. 4-ranked BYU-Hawaii posted an 8-1 victory.
The Cougars won their tenth match in a row at home with a 7-2 victory over Westmont to improve to 6-2 on the season.
Azusa Pacific has won all of its last 37 individual matches after defeating Concordia 9-0.
Azusa Pacific won its third straight match in sweeping fashion with a 9-0 victory over Holy Names.
Azusa Pacific won their second straight match with a 9-0 victory over Western New Mexico.
It was dandy day for the Cougars as they swept past Vanguard in the home opener for the Azusa Pacific women's tennis team.
In her first week as a Cougars freshman Jackie Resler went 3-0 and was named the PacWest Player of the Week
Cougars fall to UC San Diego 6-3 in match-up between nationally ranked foes.
In a match-up of top 25 teams, Azusa Pacific uses strong play during singles action to get a 5-4 win over Point Loma.
Cougars fall to NCAA Division I Cal State Fullerton 4-3 to start the 2015 campaign.
The Azusa Pacific women's tennis team will begin its 2015 campaign in search of making a splash in the program's first year of NCAA Division II playoff eligibility.