The Chapman University men?s water polo team earned its first SCIAC win tonight when they beat No. 10 La Verne 15-9. Sophomore goalkeeper Wesley Hertel recorded a career-high 16 blocks in the net for the Panthers.
Signing day. One of the most special and memorable days for a student-athlete. I can remember mine like it was yesterday. My family, friends and classmates gathered in my high school gym as I signed my letter of intent to be a college athlete.
Junior Emily Lewis turned in the best scorecard in the short history of Chapman women?s golf to lead the team to a second-place finish at the CA State Intercollegiate. Lewis finished fourth overall and the Panthers finished second among 11 teams in the tournament, including five SCIAC teams.
The Chapman University men?s golf team matched its score from round one to round day to set a new 36-hole school record and finished in second at the CA State Invitational. The Panthers lowered the previous school record by 23 strokes with a tournament score of 570 (-6) and finished ahead of every SCIAC team in the 12-team field.
Four different players had eight or more kills as the Chapman University women?s volleyball team swept Redlands 25-21, 25-21, 25-21 for its fifth win in a row. The win streak is the longest in a single season since the 2012 Panthers won five in a row to start the SCIAC season.
There was no rust or cobwebs to dust off as both Chapman University golf teams opened up the 2017-18 season with their best rounds ever. Both teams used their first round of the year to set new program records at the opening round of the CA State Intercollegiate at Olivas Links.
Chapman University recognizes three student-athletes that have been awarded SCIAC athletes of the week in their respective sports. Senior Sean Augustine gets the nod for men?s soccer, sophomore Elly Aronson for women?s soccer, and junior Lindsey Johnson earns the award for women?s volleyball.
Chapman University recognizes three student-athletes that have been awarded SCIAC Athlete of the Week in their respective sports. Senior Sean Augustine gets the nod for men?s soccer, sophomore Elly Aronson for women?s soccer, and junior Lindsey Johnson earns the award for women?s volleyball.