Jennifer Dao defeated Anna Karavayeva, 6-3, 6-3, to win the Wilson/ITA Regional Championship, at Point Loma Nazarene, in San Diego, Calif.
Auburn-Montgomery (Ala.) remained on its collision course for its second straight NAIA title as the top-seed and undefeated Senators steamrolled past Azusa Pacific, 5-0, in today's semifinals.
Azusa Pacific zapped all momentum by taking 2-of-3 doubles' matches and then used that to win 3 singles' matches in straight sets to down Embry-Riddle (Fla.), 5-1, to advance to tomorrow's semifinals at the NAIA Tournament.
Azusa Pacific relied on the bottom half of its lineup to clinch a 5-1 win over Northwood (Fla.) in its opening match at the NAIA Tournament. The Cougars play Embry-Riddle (Fla.) in tomorrow's quarterfinals.
Point Loma Nazarene avenged a pair of regular-season losses to Azusa Pacific with a 5-3 upset of the Cougars in the semifinals of the NAIA Region II Tournament Thursday morning.
Azusa Pacific surrendered just 13 points in 9 matches as the NAIA's No. 4-ranked Cougars cruised to a 9-0 win over California Baptist. All 6 singles' matches were won in straight sets.
Azusa Pacific played a rare doubleheader Saturday defeating both Hope International (9-0) and Alliant International (8-1). The NAIA's No. 4-ranked Cougars clinched no worse than second in the GSAC.
Azusa Pacific, ranked No. 4 in the NAIA, jumped out to a quick 2-1 lead after doubles and then got wins from Jennifer Dao, Bay Daniels and Mayu Sato to defeat NCAA Division II No. 17-ranked Hawaii Pacific, 5-4.
NCAA Division I Hawaii left Azusa Pacific feeling blue after the Rainbow Wahine cruised to a 7-0 win over the NAIA's No. 4-ranked Cougars at the UH Tennis Complex Tuesday.
In a battle between 2 of the NAIA's top 5 teams, No. 2 Vanguard rallied past No. 4 Azusa Pacific for a key 6-3 GSAC win, all but clinching the GSAC title in the process.
The NAIA's No. 4-ranked Azusa Pacific easily swept the doubles' matches then did what it had to do in singles to get a key 7-2 GSAC win at Westmont Tuesday, setting up Friday's showdown with No. 2 Vanguard.
UC San Diego, ranked No. 10 in NCAA Division II, climbed out a 2-1 hole by winning 4 singles' matches in a tightly contested 5-4 win over Azusa Pacific Sunday at Cal Poly Pomona.
NCAA Division II No. 7-ranked Rollins (Fla.) defeated Azusa Pacific, 6-3, Saturday in the semifinals of the Xenia Tournament at Cal Poly Pomona, ending the Cougars' 9-game win streak.
Azusa Pacific cruised to an opening day win over CS Bakersfield at the Xenia Tournament at Cal Poly Pomona, downing the Roadrunners, 9-0.
The NAIA's No. 4-ranked Azusa Pacific swept all 3 doubles' matches and then cruised through singles' play in getting an 8-1 GSAC win over first-year program California Baptist.
In a battle of 2 of the NAIA's Top 15 teams, No. 4 Azusa Pacific defeated No. 13 Lewis-Clark St. (Idaho). The Cougars took 2 of 3 doubles and then won 3 singles' matches in straight sets.
Just 8 days removed from its first win against The Master's, Azusa Pacific did one better today as the Cougars swept the first-year Mustangs, 9-0.
Azusa Pacific was pushed to the extreme, but the Cougars showed their resolve and picked up key wins from the back-end of their line-up in a 6-3 GSAC win over Westmont.
Grand Canyon gave away 2 points, defaulting a point each in singles and doubles, and Azusa Pacific won 4 of the 7 matches played to pick up a 6-3 win over the Antelopes.
Azusa Pacific, ranked No. 4 in the NAIA, cruised to its third straight win, this time getting an 8-1 win on first-year program The Master's.
The NAIA's No. 4-ranked Azusa Pacific erased a 2-1 deficit after doubles' play and snuck out of San Diego with a close 5-4 win over No. 10 Point Loma Nazarene Saturday.
The NAIA's No. 2-ranked Vanguard swept all 3 doubles matches to get into position and then had to work to take 4 of 6 singles matches to get a key 7-2 win over No. 4 Azusa Pacific.
Azusa Pacific, ranked No. 4 in the NAIA, won its third straight match, this time knocking off No. 14 Point Loma Nazarene, 6-3, winning 3 singles' matches in straight sets.
Azusa Pacific received its highest ranking in school history (No. 4) and then celebrated with a big 7-2 non-conference win over NCAA Division II Cal Poly Pomona.
After opening its season with an 8-1 win over Cal State L.A. yesterday, Azusa Pacific narrowly missed an upset of NCAA Division I UC Riverside, falling 4-3.
Fresh off its appearance in the NAIA title match last season, Azusa Pacific got its 2005 season off to a good start with an 8-2 win over Cal State L.A.
After a surprising 2004 season in which Azusa Pacific advanced to its first-ever NAIA title match, the Cougars get set for another run.