Senior Jacob Isabel etched his name in the Chapman record books after his performance against Claremont-Mudd-Scripps this past weekend. The wide receiver caught four passes for 129 yards and recorded one touchdown reception, breaking the single-season record. Six players were previously tied for the Chapman record with nine touchdown receptions in a single season, but Isabel’s 57-yard grab in the second quarter pushed him to the top spot with 10 touchdown catches this season.
The Pleasanton, Calif. native also broke the school record for most 100-yard games in a career, recording his 10th 100-plus yard game. He is on pace to break the single-season and career records for yards per game and only needs two more touchdown receptions to break the career record set by Dave Vacarro from 1995-98.
In addition to Isabel's 129 receiving yards, the senior also returned two kickoffs for 48 yards and one punt for 13 yards, tallying 193 all-purpose yards in the Panthers' 48-38 victory over CMS.