Tag Archives: Rudy Carlton
APU Brick-Black Scrimmage
Here’s a few more shots from Azusa Pacific’s Spring scrimmage Saturday.
APU Names Owens Starter
(Azusa)- Nick Owens, 6’0-210 junior transfer from Moorpark City College, has been named Azusa Pacific’s starting quarterback going into the season opener against UC Davis next week. “It was one of the tougher decisions we had to make,” said Cougars offensive coordinator Rudy Carlton. “But in the end we feel like Nick is the guy […]
Azusa Pacific Holds High School Camp
(Azusa)- One hundred high school football players came out to Azusa Pacific University on Saturday to participate in APU’s one day camp.
The TEN: 5/2/2012
(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN)
Cougars Take Spring Lab
By Joe Torosian (Azusa)— After three weeks of building sweat, brushing the rust, oiling the joints, and getting a feel for the upcoming 2012 season the Azusa Pacific Cougars football team took it’s first Division II exam with a scrimmage on Saturday. “It was a great laboratory today,” said APU HC Victor Santa Cruz. “This […]
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.
Fanview Lite: February 27, 2012
Kick it! Last Add Luke Marquardt: “His first game at offensive tackle was in my first season as offensive coordinator,” said APU OC Rudy Carlton. “We scored on a long touchdown pass but it was called back because Luke was eight yards downfield when the pass was thrown.”
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 […]
APU Readies for D-2
(Azusa)- When the world changes it happens in the big and the small. Political landscapes change in profound ways with every election cycle and in the shadows, with little fanfare, a college football program goes from one station to another. This fall Azusa Pacific University will join the Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC) in the […]