Azusa Pacific got the performance it needed as it dominated The Master's in all aspects of the game. As a result, the Cougars swept the Mustangs, 30-26, 30-26, 30-16, to forge a 3-way tie for fourth in the GSAC.
Fresno Pacific, the defending NAIA champion and current GSAC champion, used 16 total blocks to turn away Azusa Pacific and claim a 3-0 win to push their winning streak to 45 straight.
Azusa Pacific got a huge donation from Chelsea Morgan, who set a school-record for hitting percentage (.688) with 22 kills and no errors in 32 attempts, all of which keyed a 3-1 win over Biola.
Azusa Pacific served a season-high 16 aces and ended each of the final 2 games with ace to key its way to a 3-0 win over Point Loma Nazarene.
In its most efficient offensive displays since the first weekend of the season, Azusa Pacific rolled its way to a 3-0 (30-15, 30-13, 36-34) win at Christian Heritage.
Azusa Pacific used a deadly serve finishing with 11 aces, including 5 in the opening game, to lift its way to a 3-0 (30-16, 30-16, 30-25) sweep of Westmont.
Azusa Pacific kept things interesting and was in position to win each game, but in the end, No. 15 California Baptist made the right plays at the right time in a 3-0 sweep of the Cougars.
Concordia, ranked No. 4 in the NAIA, took advantage of a pair of jump servers to snatch momentum from Azusa Pacific late in the first game to key its way to a 3-1 win over the Cougars.
Azusa Pacific middle blockers Chelsea Morgan and Jenny Brickner combined for 26 kills to lift Azusa Pacific to a 3-0 non-conference win over Alliant International.
Her teammates laid the foundation and built the walls, but Jenny Brickner put on the roof. Her season-high 10 blocks led Azusa Pacific to a 3-1 win over Hope International.
Azusa Pacific was scratching its collective head all night as Vanguard caught the Cougars off guard in getting a 30-17, 30-28, 18-30, 30-27 GSAC win in Azusa.
In the midst of its finest stretch this season, Azusa Pacific kept things rolling and surprisingly swept the NAIA's No. 10-ranked Biola.
Sophomore Courtney Fox was named GSAC Setter of the Week today after leading Azusa Pacific to a trio of conference victories last week.
Five Cougars reached double-figures in kills as Azusa Pacific overcame a slow start and cruised past Point Loma Nazarene, 3-1, to pick up a key midseason GSAC road win.
Jenny Brickner had a match-high 10 kills and 4 aces as Azusa Pacific defeated Embry-Riddle (Ariz.), 3-0, for its seventh win match in the past 9 matches.
Azusa Pacific jumped on Christian Heritage from the start, commited just 1 attack error in the opening game, and eventually cruised in for a 4-game win.
As impressive as Azusa Pacific looked in a sweep of No. 20 California Baptist Tuesday, the Cougars looked just as sluggish in losing at Westmont.
Azusa Pacific rebounded from its worst effort of the season last weekend by sweeping the NAIA's No. 20-ranked California Baptist in the Cougars' best showing by far this season.
The last time Concordia beat Azusa Pacific, volleyball was played in the Cougardome. The Cougars needed that old 'dome mystique tonight as the Eagles cruised to their first-ever win in the Felix Event Center.
For one of the few times in the early-going, Azusa Pacific's defense proved to be the difference. The Cougars collected 96 digs and a whopping 18 blocks to lift their way to a 3-2 win over Hope International.
Azusa Pacific split its first 2 matches in the Cactus Classic at Grand Canyon University in Phoenix losing 3-0 to No. 3-ranked Madonna (Mich.) before sweeping The Franciscan Univeristy (Ohio).
NCAA Division III No. 4-ranked La Verne, dominated with its defense and took advantage of key miscues in a 4-game win over visiting Azusa Pacific Wednesday night.
Azusa Pacific opened its 2004 season with a trio of wins over the weekend at the 21st Annual Sunbird Invitational at Fresno Pacific.
The 2004 Azusa Pacific volleyball schedule is now available. The Cougars begin the season August 27 at the Fresno Pacific Tournament.
Azusa Pacific volleyball coach Chris Keife has announced the signing of 3 recruits for the upcoming 2004 season, which will be his first at Azusa Pacific.
Chris Keife, who orchestrated one of the most dramatic turnarounds in GSAC history this past season, has been hired as Azusa Pacific's seventh volleyball coach.