Jennifer Dao and Kim Tran with both awarded with All-American honors for their play during the 2006 season. They led Azusa Pacific to the semi-finals of the NAIA Tournament.
Fresno Pacific took all 3 doubles matches and went on to post a 5-1 win over Azusa Pacific to advance to the NAIA Championship match.
Azusa Pacific has been able to solve Vanguard throughout the season and did so again to advance to the national semifinals. Now, the Cougars must find a way to get by Fresno Pacific to get to the final.
Azusa Pacific opened up the NAIA Tournament with a convincing 5-1 win over Indiana Wesleyan. The Cougars have advanced to the quarterfinal round and will face Vanguard on Wednesday.
With Tuesday drawing near, Azusa Pacific is ready to get play underway. The men are the top seed while the women are slotted as the third seed in their respective NAIA Championship Tournaments.
It may be the first year of its program but Fresno Pacific looked like a group of poised veterans in beating Azusa Pacific, 5-2, to win the Region II championship.
Bay Daniels and Katy Jelsma teamed up for a win at No. 2 doubles then each won decisive singles points leading Azusa Pacific past Vanguard, 5-1, and into the Region II final against Fresno Pacific.
Bay Daniels reached the quarterfinals of the Ojai Tournament this past weekend. However, Azusa Pacific struggled in doubles and did not pick up a win from either team.
The NAIA's No. 4-ranked Azusa Pacific capped its regular season with an 8-1 win over No. 3-ranked Vanguard punctuating an 18-4 season.
For the second time in 5 days, Azusa Pacific looked every bit the No. 4-ranked team in the nation as it beat Westmont, 8-1.
The NAIA's No. 4-ranked Azusa Pacific built an early 3-0 lead after doubles play and was never threatened as it beat the NAIA's No. 18-ranked Westmont, 9-0.
Azusa Pacific's spring break road trip to Hawaii got off to a rousing start with a 9-0 win over Chaminade, Tuesday.
The University of Hawaii at Hilo captured 4 singles matches as it posted a 5-3 win during a rain shortened match against the NAIA's No. 4-ranked Azusa Pacific.
Azusa Pacific wanted to get a win over Concordia in order to keep pace in the GSAC. The Cougars played well as they posted a 9-0 win over the Eagles to improve to 12-3.
Azusa Pacific capped off its busy week with an impressive 9-0 win over California Baptist on Friday to improve to 11-3.
A third straight day with a match did not elicit a tired response from Azusa Pacific which instead rolled to a 9-0 win over Biola on Thursday.
Coming off a tough loss, Azusa Pacific took out its frustrations on The Master's. The Cougars dominated the match winning 9-0 losing only 16 games in the process.
It was a close match featuring 2 of the top-5 teams in the NAIA and Vanguard was the victor beating Azusa Pacific, 5-4.
It doesn't seem to matter what the weather looks like the quality of tennis is still the same. Azusa Pacific demonstrated its ability again beating Biola, 9-0.
Coming off a disappointing loss to Fresno Pacific, Azusa Pacific got back in the groove of things with a 9-0 win over California Baptist.
The NAIA's No. 2-ranked Fresno Pacific came from behind to steal 2 doubles matches from No. 5-ranked Azusa Pacific and went on to post a 6-3 victory.
Azusa Pacific breezed past Hope International, 9-0, Tuesday afternoon in Fullerton to improve to 5-1 on the season.
Azusa Pacific rebounded in a big way from its loss to Fresno Pacific with a dominating victory over The Master's, Wednesday afternoon in Azusa.
Fresno Pacific defeated Azusa Pacific, 6-3, in a match featuring 2 of the NAIA's best, at the Harold and Betty Haak Tennis Complex.
Azusa Pacific dropped 2 of its 3 doubles matches but rebounded with a solid showing in singles play to defeat Point Loma Nazarene, 6-3, in the opening match of GSAC play.
Bay Daniels played great tennis on Saturday and her contributions sparked Azusa Pacific to a 7-2 win over UC San Diego.
Azusa Pacific opened the year with several new faces but it all added up to a familiar result in a 7-2 win over Claremont.