Azusa Pacific, the reining NAIA men's indoor and outdoor champion, is seeking to become the third school to sweep back-to-back crowns.
Azusa Pacific’s Bryan Clay has won the gold medal in the decathlon at the Summer Olympic Games in Beijing, China.
Azusa Pacific alum Bryan Clay leads the decathlon after the first day of competiton in the Olympics.
Bryan Clay tallied the best decathlon score by an American in 16 years and is now headed to the Summer Olympics in Beijing, China.
Four former Cougars begin their quest for berths into the upcoming Summer Olympics in Beijing.
On the 25th anniversary of its first national title, Azusa Pacific broke out orange and black uniforms, inspiration for another national title.
Azusa Pacific is right where it wants to be, in the hunt for both the men’s and women’s NAIA outdoor track & field championship crowns.
Aron Rono collected the first jewel of a triple crown, and got Azusa Pacific going in the right direction at the NAIA Track & Field Championships.
It's been a long journey from Slovakia to Azusa Pacific for Zora Golcevska, in more ways than one.
Azusa Pacific capped a decade of dominance by winning its tenth straight GSAC title, a first in conference history.
Rono, Canterbury and Kipwambok all set schools records, again, at the Mt. SAC Relays.
Ruky Abdulai broke the Canadian national long jump record to highlight the 2nd Annual APU Invitational.
Florida's Mike Morrison used a personal-best in the pole vault to win the Mt. SAC Relays Decathlon with a school-record 7,803 points.
Great Britain's Julie Hollman and Cal State L.A.'s Desi Burt are the first-day leaders in the Mt. SAC Relays Heptathlon and Decathlon.
Azusa Pacific returned to UCLA for the first time in several years to compete in the Johnson/Joyner Invitational.
Records fell for NAIA champs Aron Rono and Jaime Canterbury at Stanford while the rest of the team competed at the Pomona-Pitzer Invitational.
Azusa Pacific is the NAIA men's indoor track champion by a fraction of a point, while the women are runner-up by a fraction of a second.
Both the Azusa Pacific men and women are in the lead at the NAIA Indoor Track & Field Chammpionships, but the Cougars have tenuous holds on first.
Zora Golcevska broke 2 school records and propelled Azusa Pacific into the lead at the NAIA Indoor Track & Field Championships.
Azusa Pacific has 33 athletes at the NAIA Indoor Championship Meet in Johnson City, Tenn., this weekend.
Azusa Pacific is now perfectly set for the NAIA Indoor Championship Meet after a sterling weekend of competition in Claremont and Irvine.
The standard-bearer of distance running – the mile – became shorter when 3 Cougar women broke the school record.
It was a perfect to day to be indoor for track & field. Over 200 athletes basked in 80-degree temps during a indoor meet at Azusa Pacific.
Outdoor weather conditions wreaked havoc on Azusa Pacific’s only regular-season scheduled indoor meet of the season.
Azusa Pacific men's track & field is hoping it can hurdle to the 2008 NAIA indoor and outdoor track & field championships.
Azusa Pacific, the reigning NAIA Outdoor Women's Track & Field champion, is looking to advance its kingdom in 2008 to the indoor crown as well.