Tag Archives: Azusa Pacific University
Maranatha Rattled by Rancho Verde
By Tim Peterson (Glendora) – Maranatha struggled offensively for most of the night and eventually fell to Rancho Verde 43-41 Saturday night at the Felix Event Center at Azusa Pacific in the CIF Division 1AA Final.
The Peterson Principle: 2/27/2017
So Temple City isn’t folding its football program. Great news. By hiring an on campus teacher as the head coach the administration has at least shown that they are interested in creating some consistency and some interest in a program that desperately needs it.
Hanna Commits to APU
San Dimas offensive lineman Youssef Hanna has committed to Azusa Pacific University.
Powell Provides Senior Moment
by Andy Villanueva (IRVINE) – Leave it to senior leadership to lead Azusa Pacific into the semi-finals of the PacWest tournament. Senior Katie Powell fired two-three pointers within a minute with 3:41 remaining to help lead the Cougars to a 69-59 win over Academy of the Arts.
(Some quotes from Thursday night’s win over Grand Valley)
College Report: August 18, 2014
Great Northwest Coaches Poll: 2013 Records/Pts 1. Azusa Pacific (6) 10-2 (9-1, 1st) 36 2. Central Washington 7-4 (7-3, 2nd-T) 28 3. Western Oregon (1) 7-4 (7-3, 2nd-T) 27 4. Humboldt State 0-11 (0-10, 6th) 19 5. Simon Fraser 3-7 (3-7, 5th) 14 6. Dixie State 4-7 (4-6, 4th) 12 7. South Dakota Mines 6-4 (Independent 11 (Note: First-place […]
Keppel Expected to Tab D.J. Williams: Updated
(Alhambra) – Keppel is expected to name D.J. Williams as its new head football coach sources confirmed Tuesday. Williams would be taking over for Bobby Madrid who resigned after the 2011 season.
APU in Helmet & Pads
(Azusa) – “Can you get it done?” Azusa Pacific University head football coach Victor Santa Cruz said to his team after Monday’s workout.
The Peterson Principle 2/27/12
Alhambra and Temple City scrimmaged at Temple City Saturday. It didn’t matter in the wins and losses- the real season starts Friday. But the sun was out, the weather was perfect and baseball lets you know that winter is over and spring is just around the corner.
APU Another Stop in Marquardt’s Journey
By Joe Torosian (Azusa)- To track the history of Azusa Pacific University left tackle Luke Marquardt one doesn’t a need a birth certificate and physical description as much they need Map Quest and a GPS tracking system. Fully tracing his athletic career in print might require twists akin to Homer’s “Odyssey” and a word count […]