Jill Baker was named NAIA Player of the Year, and she was joined on the All-American team by second-team selection Amy Alkazin.
Azusa Pacific swept Indiana Tech but fell in 4 tightly-contested sets to GSAC rival Concordia in Friday’s NAIA Tournament quarterfinals.
Azusa Pacific advanced to the NAIA Tournament single-elimination championship bracket with a 4-set win over eighth-seeded College of Idaho.
Azusa Pacific scored a quick 60-minute 3-set sweep over Doane in pool play at the NAIA Tournament Wednesday night in Sioux City, Iowa.
Azusa Pacific picked up a 4-set victory over Lewis-Clark State in its pool play opener at the NAIA Tournament in Sioux City, Iowa.
Azusa Pacific has been awarded the No. 5 seed at the final site of the NAIA Volleyball National Championship, held Dec. 1-5 in Sioux City, Iowa.
Jill Baker became Azusa Pacific’s first-ever GSAC Player of the Year in volleyball, and head coach Chris Keife was named GSAC Coach of the Year.
Jill Baker tallied 26 kills, 18 digs and 9 blocks to lead Azusa Pacific to a 5-set win over Concordia in Saturday’s regular-season finale.
Jill Baker finished off Biola with 4 straight kills in the fifth set to carry Azusa Pacific past the Eagles Wednesday night.
Azusa Pacific won the first of its 3 matches this week, defeating Hope International on the road in 4 sets Tuesday night.
Azusa Pacific rallied to win the final 2 sets for a 5-set road win at The Master’s Saturday evening.
Azusa Pacific hosts its second annual “Dig Pink” night when Biola visits the Felix Event Center Wednesday night, Nov. 11, at 7 p.m.
An Impressive start got hopes up, but again Azusa Pacific lost to Fresno Pacific, falling in 4 sets on the road.
Azusa Pacific notched its sixth consecutive 20-win campaign with a 25-20, 25-21, 25-23 road sweep at Vanguard Saturday night.
Jill Baker recorded 9 of her 23 kills in a pivotal third set to lead No. 5 Azusa Pacific to a 4-set win over No. 14 Point Loma Nazarene.
Sophomore Whittany Radcliffe registered 10 of her 11 kills in the final 2 sets to lead Azusa Pacific to a GSAC sweep of San Diego Christian.
Azusa Pacific never led in a 3-set loss to California Baptist Thursday night in Riverside.
The NAIA's No. 6-ranked Azusa Pacific took a rollercoaster ride to beat unranked Westmont in 5 sets.
Azusa Pacific ran into a near-perfect Concordia squad Saturday night in Irvine and suffered a 3-set sweep to the NAIA’s No. 3-ranked Eagles.
After another sluggish start, Azusa Pacific steadied its way to beat Hope International in 4 sets.
Whittany Radcliffe led Azusa Pacific with 16 kills while Raechel Jones hit a milestone in a 3-set sweep Saturday afternoon over The Master’s.
Azusa Pacific gave it a good run, but No. 1-ranked Fresno Pacific proved too strong, winning a key GSAC match in 4 sets.
Jill Baker recorded 9 of her match-high 19 kills in the opening set of a 25-21, 25-23, 25-16 sweep over Vanguard Saturday afternoon.
All-GSAC sophomore Amy Alkazin was a one-player wrecking crew in leading No. 8-ranked Azusa Pacific to a 4-set victory at Biola
Azusa Pacific stormed back from a 2-set deficit to post a thrilling 5-set road win over Point Loma Nazarene Saturday afternoon.
Azusa Pacific needed a match where it could cruise, and the Cougars did in a 3-set victory over San Diego Christian.
Azusa Pacific took the opening 2 sets before settling for a 4-set win at Westmont Saturday night in Santa Barbara.
The NAIA’s No. 10-ranked Azusa Pacific suffered a 3-set sweep at home to California Baptist Thursday night.
Azusa Pacific won its third straight match against a ranked opponent with an impressive 3-set sweep over No. 13 Olivet Nazarene Saturday in Irvine.
Azusa Pacific bounced back from a Friday split with a 4-set win over Montana Tech early Saturday morning.
Azusa Pacific split a pair of matches against unranked teams in the opening day of Concordia’s Asics/Crowne Plaza Invitational Friday in Irvine.
Azusa Pacific posted 2 more wins Saturday at the Cougar Classic to open the season to improve to 4-0 on the young season.
Azusa Pacific opened its season with a pair of impressive 3-set sweeps Friday in the season-opening Cougar Classic.
Seven newcomers join 7 returnees to form the 14-player 2009 Azusa Pacific volleyball roster.
Azusa Pacific’s challenging 2009 volleyball schedule is highlighted by 3 non-conference tournaments.