I’ll admit for so long I had the wrong mindset about this issue. And yes, four years ago I would have scoffed at Jason Collins coming out. What I find most interesting is my time at Azusa Pacific University has changed my views on homosexuality, when I thought my time here would have hardened… [Read More]
APU Track and Field hosted the Brian Clay Invitational Friday and claimed several top spots in the day’s events
Sea Warriors’ disciplined batting overcomes a strong Cougar offensive output
Cal Baptist sweeps APU in double header
The Cougar Acro and Tumbling team was able to top Baylor this past Thursday
On Tuesday April 2, APU’s Acrobatics and Tumbling team fought hard against the Oregon Ducks, the number one seed in the National Collegiate Acrobatics & Tumbling Association (NCATA). The Cougars were defeated, losing by a 12.12-point margin, but their spirits were high as they registered 271.796, their second- highest scoring performance of the season. … [Read More]
For it’s 19th consecutive win, Azusa Pacific’s Men’s tennis team swept Point Loma 8-1 on Friday, April 5. The Cougars won all doubles matches as well as the first five singles contests. The first pair to take a doubles victory was Senior Whitman Hough and Junior Frederik Wilkens with an 8-2 win. The constant… [Read More]
APU’s first sand volleyball tournament is a smash.
The Acrobatics and Tumbling team landed in the middle of their three-team competition, beating Quinnipiac but losing to Fairmont State.
Staff writer Katie Brown takes a moment to get to know NAIA National Champion junior javelin thrower David Musson