The Chapman University men?s golf team moved up to sixth place with a school record team score to finish up the SCIAC Championship at Los Serranos Golf Club. Freshman Avery Keating finished the final round under par to move into the top-10.
In just the second year of program history, the Panthers have risen near the top of the SCIAC with a second-place team finish at the SCIAC Championship. Individually, junior Emily Lewis paced the Panthers with a fourth-place finish.
The Chapman University women?s golf team shaved 11 strokes off its team score to move into third place at the SCIAC Championship after two rounds. Three Panthers turned in sub-80 rounds while all six were under 90 on the day.
Junior Emily Lewis is tied for second and the Chapman University women?s golf team is in fifth after the first round the 2018 SCIAC Golf Championship at Los Serranos Golf Club. The Panthers shot a 35-over 323 to start the three round tournament.
The Chapman University men?s golf team sits in seventh in a very tight team leaderboard after the first round of the SCIAC Championship at Los Serranos Golf Club. All six Panthers on the course were within three strokes of each other after the first round.
A doubleheader split with La Verne (26-11, 16-5 SCIAC) was highlighted by senior Jared Love?s solo home run in the bottom of the second inning in the Panthers? (27-10, 12-9 SCIAC) game one victory. With 22 career home runs, Love becomes Chapman baseball?s all-time leader in career home runs.
The Chapman University women?s lacrosse team dropped a tough senior day game 21-2 to the visiting Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (16-1, 10-0 SCIAC) earlier this afternoon. Freshman Cami Goldsberry and sophomore Alexandra Callaway each netted a goal to put the Panthers (5-10, 4-6 SCIAC) on the board.
The Chapman University men?s tennis team dropped a close match 5-4 to Occidental College (7-9, 1-6 SCIAC) in their final appearance of the 2018 season. The Panthers (5-11, 0-7 SIAC) were led by freshman Jacob Lee and his dominant singles victory on the No. 1 court.
?One in a million, or even less.? These are the odds that you could be the match and save someone?s life, senior running back, Diano Pachote, exclaimed. ?It is a no brainer for me, join the cause, you could be the cure.?