A trio of All-GSAC seniors highlighted the list of postseason honors recognizing one of Azusa Pacific’s best volleyball seasons in program history.
Concordia posted a three-set sweep over Azusa Pacific in the NAIA quarterfinals, bringing an end to the Cougars’ exciting postseason run.
Azusa Pacific claimed another five-set win, its third of the NAIA Tournament, to move on to a quarterfinal matchup with tournament top-seed and GSAC rival Concordia.
Game notes and live stats and video are available starting with Azusa Pacific's Friday morning playoff-round matchup with Lewis-Clark State at the NAIA Volleyball National Championship.
Azusa Pacific's eight-match winning streak was snapped by a 25-20, 25-15, 25-23 loss to Rocky Mountain that wrapped up NAIA Tournament pool play.
Azusa Pacific posted its second straight five-set pool play victory, improving to 2-0 in the pool with Wednesday's victory over No. 17-ranked Taylor.
Azusa Pacific survived a five-set battle with Grand View (Iowa), rallying from a set down to post a win in its pool play opener Tuesday.
Game notes and links to live stats for Azusa Pacific volleyball's pool play matches are available.
A five-set win over California Baptist Tuesday night gave Azusa Pacific its program-record 28th regular-season victory.
Azusa Pacific was ranked No. 6 in the final NAIA rating released today, securing a trip to the final site of the NAIA Volleyball National Championship.
A three-set road win at Hope International capped one of the most successful seasons by any measure in Azusa Pacific’s program history.
Azusa Pacific secured its best conference finish since 1994 with a three-set sweep over Westmont Tuesday night.
On senior night No. 9 Azusa Pacific defeated The Master's in four sets while two senior reached milestones.
Azusa Pacific’s middle blockers continued their success against Vanguard, leading the Cougars to a four-set road win over the Lions Tuesday night.
Azusa Pacific swept San Diego Christian Saturday afternoon to move back into second place in the GSAC standings.
Biola picked up its first five-set win of the season, rallying from a set down to beat Azusa Pacific, 25-17, 22-25, 18-25, 29-27, 15-11.
Azusa Pacific brought home its seventh win in its past eight visits to Point Loma Nazarene, defeating the No. 17-ranked Sea Lions in four sets Saturday night in San Diego.
Azusa Pacific snapped a 41-match losing streak to Fresno Pacific, posting a four-set win over the Sunbirds Tuesday night at the Felix Event Center.
The No. 2 Concordia Eagles snapped the Cougars eight-game unbeaten gave the No. 7 Cougars their first home loss of the season.
Robin Portela recorded 21 digs, while Sophie Burns notched 23 assists to give No. 7 Azusa Pacific its 20th win of the season.
Azusa Pacific had five players with at least nine kills in a four-set road win over The Master's that pushed the Cougars into a tie for second place in the GSAC.
Azusa Pacific’s middle blockers picked apart Vanguard’s defense in a 25-17, 25-17, 25-11 sweep Tuesday night in Azusa.
Azusa Pacific took just over an hour to wrap up a 25-21, 25-13, 25-12 road sweep of San Diego Christian Saturday night.
Marguerite Hanna’s career-high 18 kills helped lead Azusa Pacific to a come-from-behind five-set win over rival Biola Tuesday night in Azusa.
Five players had at least 12 digs for Azusa Pacific in a tough five-set victory over Point Loma Nazarene Saturday afternoon in Azusa.
Fresno Pacific’s early losses made the Sunbirds seem vulnerable, but Azusa Pacific couldn’t slow the defending NAIA champions down in a 3-set defeat Tuesday night in Fresno.
Azusa Pacific’s first conference road test resulted in a three-set sweep to No. 7-ranked Concordia Saturday night in Irvine.
Azusa Pacific head coach Chris Keife picked up his 100th career GSAC win in the Cougars’ three-set sweep over Hope International.
Following its first loss of the season, Azusa Pacific split a pair of matches against ranked NCAA Div. II opponents Saturday.
Azusa Pacific had last year’s NCAA Div. II runner-up on the ropes before Tampa stormed back for a thrilling five-set win in Central Missouri.
Azusa Pacific’s 25-12, 25-11, 25-12 sweep at Avila (Mo.) gave the Cougars a season-opening 12-match win streak for the second consecutive season.
Senior libero Robin Portela registered a pair of 20-dig efforts to break the Azusa Pacific career digs record.
Azusa Pacific’s 25-4, 25-17, 25-9 destruction of Concordia (N.Y.) in Irvine gave head coach Chris Keife his 200th career coaching win while pushing the Cougars to 9-0.
Azusa Pacific posted an easy 25-11, 25-14, 25-23 sweep at Menlo Friday afternoon to improve to 7-0 in 2011.
Azusa Pacific ran its season-opening win streak to six matches Thursday with wins over Northwest Christian and Oregon Tech.
Azusa Pacific wrapped up the Cougar Classic by putting another pair of wins under its belt Saturday.
Azusa Pacific averaged over 23 digs per set in a pair of three-set sweeps to open the 2011 campaign Friday afternoon at the Cougar Classic.
Azusa Pacific’s 2011 volleyball schedule has the Cougars playing in 4 tournaments including first-time appearances in the Bay Area and the state of Missouri.