The 2012 women's water polo schedule, highlighted by a pair of home matches with Arizona State and Princeton, has been announced.
Azusa Pacific has hired Julie Snodgrass to coach the women’s water polo program as it enters its fourth season.
Azusa Pacific’s third-year women’s water polo program went .500 for the first time in program history, finishing the year with a pair of narrow 1-goal defeats Saturday in Riverside.
Azusa Pacific won its NAIA Invitational tournament opener against Vanguard and lost to California Baptist, both by 6-goal margins Friday in Riverside.
Azusa Pacific featured a trio of 4-goal scorers and scored 9 straight goals in a stretch lasting just over 10 minutes to pull away for a 16-6 victory over Whittier Saturday in Azusa.
California Baptist handed Azusa Pacific a 15-6 setback, just the fourth loss in 15 matches for the Cougars, who fell to 3-4 vs. NAIA competition this year.
Azusa Pacific scored 11 second-half goals to put away a 17-11 road win over NCAA Div. III’s No. 7-ranked Chapman.
Azusa Pacific ran its winning streak to 5 straight with a pair of wins over NCAA Division III nationally-ranked Cal Lutheran and La Verne.
A trio of 3-goal scorers led Azusa Pacific to a pair of program records in a 16-4 women’s water polo win over Vanguard Thursday night in Costa Mesa.
Azusa Pacific gave up the first 4 goals in its home opener, a 14-10 loss to NCAA Div. III’s top-ranked Occidental Saturday afternoon.