The Chapman University baseball team was awarded the Team Academic Excellence Award from the American Baseball Coaches Association for the first time in program history. The Panthers were one of over 200 college and high school teams to earn the distinction.
The Chapman University women’s volleyball team earned recognition for its work in the classroom as a recipient of the American Volleyball Coaches of America’s Team Academic Award. The Panthers earned the academic distinction for the third year in a row
For the second year in a row, standout diver Kellyn Toole has been recognized as a Scholar All-American by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America. Toole earned the Honorable Mention recognition after a standout sophomore season.
The National Association of Basketball Coaches recognized three Panthers for their work in the classroom on their annual Honors Court list. Juniors Tyler Green, Rob Nelsen and Luke Selway all earned the academic honor.
The Chapman University men’s basketball has earned the Team Academic Excellence Award from the National Association of Basketball Coaches, the association announced on Wednesday. Chapman was one of 213 team across all three Divisions of the NCAA, NAIA and NJCAA to earn the distinction.
Sophomore RHP Matt Mogollon was selected to the CCL South team for the California Collegiate League’s annual All-Star Game, the league announced this week. Mogolllon is playing for the Urban Youth Academy Barons in the collegiate summer wood bat league.
An impressive number of Chapman University student-athletes were again recognized for their work in the classroom. The Panthers placed 178 student-athletes on the SCIAC’s annual All-Academic team, the conference announced on Thursday.
Both the men’s and women’s swimming & diving teams at Chapman University were recognized as Scholar All-America teams for the Spring 2017 semester by the College Swimming & Diving Coaches Association of America.
The Chapman University women’s water polo team’s GPA ranked 23rd among all divisions nationally and 10 student-athletes were recognized on the Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches All-Academic team.
Seniors Grace Schade and Emily Fong both repeated as All-Americans for the Chapman women’s water polo team as selected by the Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches. After leading the SCIAC in goals scored, Schade earned First Team honors while Fong was selected to the Second Team.
Junior Jared Love became the sixth member of the Chapman University baseball team all-time to earn the prestigious honor of Academic All-American from the College Sports Information Directors of America. Love secured a spot on the CoSIDA Academic All-America Third Team.
Senior Tyler Cook ended his career with All-America Third Team honors from both D3baseball.com and the American Baseball Coaches Association. Cook landed his first All-American award and the Chapman University baseball team’s first since 2014 with the selections.
The Chapman University baseball team landed three All-Region selections from D3baseball.com, including a First Team selection for senior infielder Tyler Cook. Juniors Gavin Blodgett and Jared Love joined Cook with Third Team selections.
Senior Madeline Saunders earned All-SCIAC First Team honors in her final year on the Chapman University women’s tennis team. The Panthers lone senior finished her career with 42 singles wins – third-most in Chapman’s history.
Junior Becka Wachtel highlighted three selections from the Chapman University women’s lacrosse team to the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association All-West Region team. Wachtel earned First Team honors with seniors Kelsey Mackin and Dillan Watts joining her on the Second Team.
Senior Emily Fong closed out her career with Academic All-District VIII women’s at-large honors as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America. Fong is Chapman’s third student-athlete to earn the accolade this year, joining Marco Saglimbeni and Jared Love.
Senior Tyler Cook and junior Jared Love headlined five All-SCIAC selections from the Chapman University baseball team. Cook and Love earned First Team honors while juniors Gavin Blodgett, Justin Stream and Conner Larkin earned Second Team nods.
The Chapman University women’s tennis team ended its season on a high note, defeating Whittier 4-3 in the seventh place match at the SCIAC Tournament. The Panthers previously fell to Cal Lutheran earlier in the day.
Junior Danielle Zahn scored a hat trick but the Chapman University women’s lacrosse team fell 18-9 in the SCIAC Tournament title match. The Panthers made their second consecutive appearance in the tournament finale.
The Chapman University softball team lost their second game of the SCIAC Tournament 10-8 this morning to No. 3 Whittier despite heavy hitting. Senior Amber Perez went yard in her final game as a Panther and was joined by freshman Samantha Tong who slammed a three-run homer to cap off her rookie season.
A late surge broke open a close game as the Chapman University baseball team bowed out of the SCIAC Tournament with a 17-8 loss to Redlands. Senior Tyler Cook went 3-for-4 with two more RBIs after a four-RBI game this morning.
The Chapman University women’s tennis team fell 5-0 at top-seeded Claremont-Mudd-Scripps in the first round of the SCIAC Tournament. The Panthers fall into the back draw rounds and will play twice tomorrow to conclude the tournament.
The Chapman University softball team dropped game one of the double-elimination SCIAC Tournament this afternoon to La Verne. The Panthers recorded four hits from four different players in their 5-0 loss.