Sheryl Bon-Bakalov led Azusa Pacific’s postseason award winners, becoming the first Cougar ever to claim NAIA All-American and Scholar-Athlete awards in consecutive seasons.
Azusa Pacific’s NAIA Tournament run ended in the semifinals, as a worn-out set of Cougars fell to Fresno Pacific, 5-0, Friday afternoon in Mobile.
Azusa Pacific outlasted Oklahoma Christian for a 5-3 victory on a hot Thursday afternoon in which the conditions aided the Cougars’ NAIA quarterfinal win.
Azusa Pacific cruised to a 5-0 win over the Lee (Tenn.) University Flames in less than 2-and-a-half hours Wednesday to advance to Thursday’s quarterfinals.
Azusa Pacific looks to build on its record-setting regular-season when it opens the 2011 NAIA Tournament Wednesday afternoon against a to-be-determined opponent.
Emily Harris and Natalie McNall knocked off a pair of seeded doubles teams in a run to the doubles semifinals at the prestigious Ojai Valley Tournament.
Sheryl Bon-Bakalov and Casey Wetzig led No. 6-ranked Azusa Pacific to a surprising 7-2 win over No. 3 Point Loma Nazarene Wednesday in the regular-season finale.
Azusa Pacific bounced back from Monday’s loss with a 9-0 victory Tuesday over Westmont before the Cougars begin a 2-week break between matches.
Azusa Pacific’s 11-match non-conference winning streak was snapped with a stunning 5-4 defeat to NCAA Div. II’s unranked Cal State L.A. Monday afternoon in Azusa.
Azusa Pacific’s 9-0 win over Biola Friday afternoon in Azusa was its 10th shutout victory of the season.
Azusa Pacific needed a win from 1 of 2 players who dropped their opening sets, and they got wins in both to claim a 6-3 win over No. 8-ranked Concordia Monday afternoon.
Azusa Pacific bounced back from Monday’s loss to Fresno Pacific with a 9-0 sweep over No. 10 Vanguard Friday afternoon in Azusa.
Fresno Pacific rallied from 5 games down to complete a doubles sweep, and the Sunbirds won 4 singles matches for a 7-2 win over Azusa Pacific Monday afternoon.
Azusa Pacific didn’t lose a single game in a 9-0 home win over Hope International Friday afternoon.
Azusa Pacific equaled its season-high with a 5-match winning streak with Friday’s 8-1 win over No. 15-ranked NCAA Div. II Grand Canyon.
Azusa Pacific posted its second straight clean sweep Thursday, posting a 9-0 road win over Biola for its fourth straight win.
Azusa Pacific won its third straight match against an NAIA Top 25 foe, handing No. 25 Westmont a 9-0 defeat in Azusa Tuesday afternoon.
Azusa Pacific swept Concordia in doubles for the first time since 2008, and the No. 7-ranked Cougars posted a 6-3 road win over the No. 10 Eagles Wednesday.
Azusa Pacific claimed a pair of hard-fought doubles matches to post a 5-4 upset win over the NAIA’s No. 4-ranked Vanguard Saturday in Costa Mesa.
Azusa Pacific’s season-opening win streak was stopped at 5 after a tough 6-3 loss at defending NAIA champion Fresno Pacific Monday afternoon.
Azusa Pacific swept Hope International in singles play, beating the oncoming rain storm that washed out doubles play for a 6-0 GSAC road win over the Royals Friday.
Azusa Pacific won all but 1 doubles game, then won all 6 singles in straight sets against The Master’s for a 9-0 win in the Cougars’ GSAC opener.
Azusa Pacific defeated NCAA Div. III’s No. 30-ranked Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, 7-2, for its third straight win over a ranked opponent.
A day after defeating a top-15 NCAA Div. III program, the NAIA’s No. 8-ranked Cougars blanked NCAA Div. II No. 14 UC San Diego, 9-0, Saturday afternoon in Azusa.
Eighth-ranked Azusa Pacific’s 8-0 win over Chapman Friday afternoon was its eighth consecutive win in a season-opening match.