Four-time NAIA champion Azusa Pacific women's track & field has signed sprint great Mandy Ross out of San Diego Christian High. The senior is the reigning CIF sprint champion and is projected to push for the state titles this coming spring.
Azusa Pacific didn't win a national championshp in track & field, but the Cougars did get the next best thing -- a runner-up finish for the Cougar women.
The current champion and the past champion are primed for a sprint to the finish. Dickinson State and Azusa Pacific put together strong performances Friday to set up showdown for the NAIA outdoor track & field championshp.
NAIA champion Vivian Chukwuemeka needed less than an hour into the 3-day NAIA championship meet to get an elusive jewell, an NAIA title in the hammer and the record to go with it.
The NAIA Outdoor Track & Field Championships have returned to California, where the Azusa Pacific men's track & field has won 4 prevous national championships. However, it's been 4 years since the Cougars won a title. Will Fresno be the return site for the king of NAIA track?
In his final chance to get it, senior Tim Ramirez set the school record in the 800 meters, clocking a 1:46.89 at the Adidas Track Classic to break the former record by more than a second
A pair of school records fell in Eagle Rock at the Occidental Invitational, including the longest-standing record in Cougar track & field history.
In the city of Brotherly Love, 4 men made Azusa Pacific history, running a school-record time in the 4x800-meter relay before a crowd of 40,000 at the Penn Relays.
Azusa Pacific is making its first-ever appearance at the oldest and most prestigioius college track & field meets when 4 Cougars compete among the elite in the 4x800-meter relay at the this weekend's Penn Relays in Philadelphia.
For the 13th time in the conference's 20-year history, Azusa Pacific swept the Golden State Athletic Conference men's and women's track & field championships.
Azusa Pacific grabbed the early lead in the men's and women's divisions of the GSAC Track & Field Championships in San Diego. The Cougar men won 5 events and the women took 3 during Friday's opening day competition
While the rest of the student body took a break for Easter, the Azusa Pacific men's and women's track & field teams enjoyed a breakout week of competition at 3 different meets in 4 days.
Michigan freshman Bettie Wade wasn't rattled by the quality field of competitors. The rookie was poised and impressive in winning the California Invitational Heptathlon at Azusa Pacific University.
Lauryn Jordan of Oregon grabbed the early lead in the Mt. SAC Relays Heptathlon which is being held at Azusa Pacific in conjunction with the California Invitational Heptathlon and Decathlon.
Azusa Pacific hosted the Meet of Champions under beautiful weather conditions. Nearly 700 athletes competed in the all-day competition.
Entries for the Meet of Champions (April 8) and the California Invitational and Mt. SAC Relays Multis (April 12-13) are set.
Thirteen-time NAIA champion Vivian Chukwuemeka returned to the track for Azusa Pacific after a year away and quickly stamped her ticket to the NAIA championships in winning 3 events in an 8-way meet at Point Loma Nazarene.
Azusa Pacific put together some fine marks in its first official outdoor competition of the track & field season, a selected invitational host by Point Loma Nazarene.
The Azusa Pacific men finished fourth and the Cougar women were sixth at the NAIA Indoor Track & Field Championships in Tennessee.
After 2 days of competition, Azusa Pacific is in the hunt for the NAIA Indoor Men's Track & Field championship. However, so too are 3 other teams, setting up for what should a dramatic final day of competition on Saturday.
Azusa Pacific is back on track for an NAIA track & field championship. The indoor championship opens today in Johnson City, Tenn., and the Cougar men have their eyes set on the biggest prize.
Azusa Pacific qualified its first-ever athletes, 3 in all, for the NAIA indoor race walk, and training for the event just began this week.
Tim and Tony Ramirez blazed to NAIA-leading times in the 1000 and 600 meters to highlight Azusa Pacific's "Indoor Qualifier" at Cougar Stadium.
Azusa Pacific women's track & field returns 13 All-Americans and thus has its eyes set on winning a national championship, but it won't come without a battle, perhaps the best in NAIA history.
Lost in the shadows for 2 seasons, former NAIA champ Tim Ramirez stepped into the spotlight this weekend with a victory at the United Heritage Invitional in Idaho, running the fastest indoor 800 ever by a Cougar.
The nationally renowned Azusa Pacific men's track & field team is built and loaded for a return trip to the top of the NAIA podium. Can it happen? History is on the Cougars' side.
Azusa Pacific has eased into the 2006 track & field season with a pair of All-Comers meets at Citrus College, the latest one producing some excellent early-season marks.