Five Cougars were recognized by the Golden Coast Conference for their academic success.
The Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches (ACWPC) recognized 10 Azusa Pacific water polo players for their success in the classroom during the 2015-16 season.
Alba Espinar and Britt Harris were honored as All-Americans by the Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches.
Azusa Pacific fell to Santa Clara 13-9 in the season's final game at the Golden Coast Conference Tournament
Azusa Pacific posted a 5-3 win against Fresno Pacific in their Golden Coast Conference tournament match-up.
Megan Myers scored four times but it wasn't enough as California Baptist won the quarterfinal match at the GCC tournament.
Ashley Taylor and Mar Pastor were both recognized for their success in the pool this season.
Azusa Pacific fell in its regular season finale to rival California Baptist.
Azusa Pacific posted another victory against Fresno Pacific, beating the Sunbirds, 8-6.
Azusa Pacific fell to No. 17 Pacific in a Friday afternoon Golden Coast Conference game.
The Cougars couldn't get into the win column against Loyola Marymont and Whitter on a rainy Saturday.
Azusa Pacific scored a season best 20 times in a convincing win over Concordia.
Santa Clara limited the Cougars to one second half goal in their 8-5 win on Friday.
The Cougars played a strong second half en route to a 9-8 victory against Brown.
Azusa Pacific took on VMI and San Jose State during the final day of the LMU Invitational
Azusa Pacific started their first day of the LMU Invitational against Princeton and Harvard.
Seven players found the back of the cage as the Cougars knocked off George Washington 9-4 on Tuesday.
Azusa Pacific took on nationally ranked Hartwick and UC Davis to conclude their trip to northern California.
Azusa Pacific couldn't hold an early lead as they fell to Cal State East Bay 10-7 on Thursday.
The Cougars concluded their home opening weekend with a pair of games on Saturday afternoon.
Azusa Pacific dropped its home opener to #18 San Diego State 10-4 on Friday evening.
A busy weekend saw the Cougars complete a four-game, two-day stretch at the University of Redlands.
The Cougars played a pair of games in Thousand Oaks on Friday against Cal Lutheran and Grove City College.
After playing a key role in the Cougars two wins last week, Erica Marquez was named the Golden Coast Conference Player of the Week.
Azusa Pacific put two into the win column at the Whittier mini-tournament on Saturday.
The women's water polo team went to Hungary during the early weeks in January. Watch their story.
Azusa Pacific dropped a pair of hard fought contests at the CBU mini invitational on Saturday.
On Saturday, the Cougars played two more nationally ranked programs in their final day at the UC Santa Barbara Invitational.
Azusa Pacific began the season against a pair of top-20 opponents at the UC Santa Barbara Invitational
The eighth season of Azusa Pacific water polo begins on Friday at the UCSB Invitational.