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.
The Chapman University baseball team fell just short in the opening game of the SCIAC Tournament with a 5-4 loss to visiting Redlands. The game was tied heading into the ninth but the Bulldogs snuck away with the win.
For the second season in a row, Chapman University men’s golf senior Bryan Wise landed All-SCIAC First Team honors. Wise led the Panthers in all three SCIAC tournaments this season, finishing in the top-10 in all three.
Chapman University Athletics celebrated all the successes of the past year with its annual Jog-a-thon on Friday and announced its annual senior departmental awards. The Panthers awarded male and female Scholar-Athlete of the Year awards, as well as male and female Leadership awards.
Senior jumper Mitchell Bouldin made more Chapman University track & field history with the announcement of the SCIAC track & field awards on Thursday. Bouldin was selected by the conference coaches as the SCIAC Male Field Athlete of the Year after his performance at the SCIAC Championship last weekend.
Junior Jared Love was selected to the Academic All-District VIII team by the College Sports Information Directors of America. Love joins a long list of former Panthers to earn the award but is the first baseball student-athlete since 2014 to be selected.
Junior Andi Sandoval became the first member of the Chapman University women’s water polo team to earn a major SCIAC award as the SCIAC’s Newcomer of the Year. Senior Grace Schade was also selected to the All-SCIAC Second Team.
Three members of the Chapman University softball team earned All-SCIAC honors. Freshman Michaela Foisy headlined Chapman’s selection with a spot on the First Team. Sophomore Emily Claudy and freshman Sarah Sumida rounded out the postseason honors, earning spots on the Second Team.
Junior Jared Love came out swinging during the doubleheader last Saturday against Occidental College, helping the Panthers rally from an eight run deficit in the first game and adding to the explosive offense in their second game. Love hit .615 last week with five of his eight hits going for extra bases.
Freshman Sarah Hartmann was selected as the SCIAC Athlete of the Week following a stellar week in the circle. Hartmann went 2-0 with a 1.40 ERA in two games last week, including a crucial shutout Claremont-Mudd-Scripps.
Three members of the Chapman University men’s tennis team competed at the Ojai Tournament last weekend. Senior Josh Sarsfield played in the singles bracket while senior Charlie Werman and sophomore Mathew Mead played doubles.
Freshman Lauren Miller broke the second school record of the weekend and both track & field teams took eighth at the SCIAC Championships. The Panthers finished ahead of Caltech in both standings to send off 24-year head coach Anna Wlodarczyk, who will be retiring this summer.
Junior Becka Wachtel scored five goals to lead the Chapman University women’s lacrosse team to a 17-10 win over Occidental in the SCIAC semifinal. Wachtel scored three of a five-goal run that put Chapman firmly in command.