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.”
The Chapman University women’s water polo team suffered a 5-4 overtime defeat to Redlands to close out its home schedule on Wednesday. The Panthers celebrated the careers of their five seniors prior to the match.
ORANGE, Calif. – Senior Stacey Zuppa made Chapman women’s lacrosse history as the Panthers (5-9, 4-5 SCIAC) beat the visiting Pomona-Pitzer (9-7, 4-5 SCIAC) 12-10 earlier this evening. With an assist in the first minute of the second half, Zuppa became the all-time points leader in school history.
The Chapman University men’s and women’s track and field teams competed in the third SCIAC meet of the 2018 season this past weekend at Occidental College. Sophomore Mallory Jones set two personal records in the effort.
The Chapman University women’s tennis team (9-8, 3-3 SCIAC) dropped its final home match of the season 9-0 today to the visiting Pomona-Pitzer (10-7, 4-1 SCIAC). Freshman Alisa Ogranovich put up a fight in the second round of her singles match, taking the second set to a final score of 6-3.
The Chapman University women’s water polo team rolled past the visiting Caltech Beavers (0-21, 0-13 SCIAC) 19-4 earlier this afternoon. Twelve different Panthers tallied goals, but freshman Talia Florio tallied a hat trick to lead Chapman (10-15, 6-6 SCIAC) to victory.
The Chapman University baseball team hit its way to its fourth consecutive SCIAC win with an 8-0 victory over Claremont Mudd Scripps (15-17, 6-10 SCIAC) earlier this afternoon. Junior pitcher Matt Mogollon pitched his second complete-game shutout of the 2018 season while senior Gavin Blodgett hit a couple of two-RBI doubles to help lift the Panthers (24-8, 9-7 SCIAC) to victory.
She holds the career record in stolen bases. She leads the team in runs scored, hits, triples and batting average. She’s only a sophomore?! Michaela Foisy has been tearing it up on the diamond for not quite two years now, and she’s already carved out a place for herself in the record book.
The Chapman University women’s golf team posted its best-ever finish in the program’s brief history with a third-place finish in the SCIAC #2. Junior Emily Lewis took seventh place individually to lead the Panthers.
The Chapman University women’s lacrosse team dropped a non-conference match to the visiting Colorado College (11-3) 18-8 on Sunday afternoon. The Panthers (3-8) were led by sophomore Leah Donnelly, who tallied her third hat trick of the season.
The Chapman University women’s water polo team moved into fourth place in the SCIAC standings with a close 12-11 victory over Whittier College (7-15, 5-6 SCIAC) this afternoon. The Panthers (9-14, 5-5 SCIAC) were led by senior Ellie Peterson, who scored six goals and tallied three steals and two earned ejections in the winning effort.
The Chapman University men’s tennis team dropped a match to Cal Lutheran earlier this afternoon at Lastinger Tennis Center. Freshman Jacob Lee won the only match for the Panthers, beating his opponent 6-2, 6-2 on the No. 1 singles court.
While the official celebration of Division III Week wraps up soon, the student-athletes at Chapman University have reached outside the week to celebrate on-the-field achievements and improve the greater community in Orange.
Our week-long celebration continues with women's soccer student-athlete and philanthropist Elly Aronson. In addition to playing a critical role on the soccer field, Elly is involved in many philanthropic activities and aspires to be use film as a tool to inspire others into her giving lifestyle.
Our week-long celebration continues with All-SCIAC selection Rob Nelsen from the men's basketball team. In addition to being a team captain, Rob has been in ROTC for four years with a litany of volunteer activities.
Our week-long celebration continues with a four-year member of the women's swimming team, Rachel Kling. Rachel is finishing up her health sciences degree at Chapman and will jump right into postgraduate work at Chapman for Physical Therapy. She has helped the women's team rise from sixth place at the SCIAC Championships her freshman year to third place this year while maintaining a GPA over 3.9.