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.
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.
The Chapman University men’s golf team jumped back up to seventh and senior Bryan Wise leaped back into the top-10 on the final day of the SCIAC Championship at Los Serranos County Club. The Panthers had their best day of the tournament on the last day to overtake Whittier for seventh.
Senior Bryan Wise went two-over par to lead the Chapman University men’s golf team in the first round of the SCIAC Championship on Sunday. The Panthers are tied for sixth as a team after shooting a 313 (+25).
The Chapman University men’s golf team had its highest-ever finish in a SCIAC event with a third-place team finish in SCIAC #2. Senior Bryan Wise led the Panthers’ historic charge with a second-place finish individually.
Senior Bryan Wise and sophomore Griffin Tso led the field in the first men’s golf match of the spring season at Tierra Rejada. The Chapman University men’s golf team faced off against Cal Lutheran with all players competing as individuals.
The Chapman University men’s golf team wrapped up its fall season at Tustin Ranch Golf Club in a dual with Whittier College. The Panthers edged the Poets by 11 strokes, defeating Whittier in the match 304 (+16) to 325 (+37).
The Chapman University men's golf team finished fourth overall in the CA State Intercollegiate at Diamond Valley Golf Club. The Panthers showed improvement from day one to day two of the tournament carding a team total of 597 (+21).