Sheryl Bon led the list of Azusa Pacific women’s tennis postseason awards with NAIA All-American first team honors and an ITA-NAIA national award.
Azusa Pacific rolled to a 5-0 win over Shorter (Ga.) Wednesday morning to return to the NAIA quarterfinals.
Azusa Pacific women's tennis is seeded seventh as it awaits its 2010 NAIA Tournament opener Wednesday morning against a to-be-determined opponent.
Sheryl Bon advanced to the singles semifinals of the prestigious Ojai Valley Tennis Tournament Saturday.
The NAIA’s No. 5-ranked Azusa Pacific lost 2-of-3 doubles matches in a narrow 5-4 defeat to No. 4-ranked Concordia Monday afternoon in Azusa.
Azusa Pacific needed a doubles sweep to hand Fresno Pacific its first-ever GSAC defeat, but the Cougars dropped 2 of the 3 Monday afternoon in a 6-3 loss to the Sunbirds.
Azusa Pacific was 1 point away from victory, but Vanguard won 4 singles matches in 3 sets to knock off the Cougars, 5-4, in Azusa Thursday afternoon.
Azusa Pacific rolled to wins in all 6 singles matches, cruising to an 8-1 road win at Westmont Tuesday.
Azusa Pacific got one of the 2 matches it needed to win at the end, but Point Loma Nazarene held on for a 5-4 GSAC win over the Cougars in Azusa Saturday.
Azusa Pacific quickly dispatched Hope International, sending the Cougars into Wednesday’s clash at No. 3 Concordia with another GSAC victory.
Azusa Pacific nearly derailed Fresno Pacific’s conference-record winning streak, but the No. 2-ranked Sunbirds rallied for a 5-4 victory, their 59th straight GSAC win.
Three-set wins from Cougar sophomores Leah Hoffee and Emily Ignas highlighted Azusa Pacific’s 7-2 road win at Vanguard Friday afternoon.
Azusa Pacific bounced back from its first defeat of the season with an 8-1 win over Westmont that took less than 2-and-a-half hours to complete.
Natalie McNall’s 3-set singles win clinched a season-opening 6-3 win for Azusa Pacific over Cal Poly Pomona Wednesday afternoon.