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Mike Barnett (left) talks to a meet staff member.
Photo: Katie Richcreek

Behind the scenes of the Bryan Clay Invitational

Nearly 2,400 athletes competed at the seventh annual Bryan Clay Invitational on April 17, the largest turnout in meet history. Azusa Pacific track and field also hosted the California Invitational and the Mt. SAC Relays Combined Events on April 15 and 16. The following is a behind-the-scenes look through various perspectives: The “Well-Oiled Machine” For

Baseball drops weekend series

By Landon Troka The APU baseball team’s bats fell silent in a trip to face PacWest foe Holy Names. The Cougs lost 3 of 4 to the Hawks, and only mustered six runs between the four games. The squad had been the best offensive team in the conference for much of the season, and it

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Jan Meyer: Ranked No. 1 in Divison II

By Katie Richcreek, sports editor Azusa Pacific men’s tennis player Jan Meyer earned recognition as the No. 1 singles player in NCAA Division II in the March 25 Intercollegiate Tennis Association rankings. The junior out of Heiligenhaus, Germany has led the Cougars to the No. 2 spot in the West Region — second only to PacWest foe

What’s next for Cougar men’s basketball?

By Landon Troka With the men’s basketball season coming to a close, so do the careers of five Cougar seniors. This includes All-American and leading score Troy Leaf and second-team All-PacWest point guard Robert Sandoval. The question looms: who’s going to take over the 30+ points a game the duo was responsible for. It is