Chapman University Athletics announced its annual senior departmental awards at the jog-a-thon on Friday afternoon. The Panthers awarded male and female Scholar-Athletes of the Year awards as well as male and female Leadership Awards.
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.
Junior Kellyn Toole ended the season with a career-best finish at the NCAA Division III Region 2 Championships on Saturday. Toole took fifth on the 3-meter board to headline the two-day competition for the Panthers.
Three members of the Chapman University men’s and women’s dive team are competing in the NCAA Division III Regional Championship this weekend at Trinity University. Freshman Simon Duyungan is representing the men’s team, while freshman Simran Rajani and junior Kellyn Toole are representing the women.
The Chapman University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams finished the SCIAC Championships the best they have since joining the conference. The women finished third with a team score of 504, while the men finished in seventh place with a score of 323. Junior Kellyn Toole took another trip to the podium, this time earning All-SCIAC by coming in first in the 3-meter board with a score of 443.90 for her third consecutive top-3 finish.
Freshman William Crewe made Chapman history as the first male swimmer to earn a spot on the podium on day three of the SCIAC Swimming & Diving Championships. Crewe climbed the podium after he finished third in the 100 back.
After day two of the SCIAC swimming and diving championships, the women sit in third place with a team score of 222 while the men are in seventh with a total score of 173. Freshman William Crewe set the pace for the Panthers, demolishing the Chapman school record in the 200 IM this afternoon.
Four relays. Four school records. The 2018 SCIAC Championships are underway and the Chapman University swimming & diving teams made history in every swimming event. The Panthers set four different relay records to propel the women to third place as a team and the men into fifth.
The Chapman University swimming & diving teams heads into the SCIAC Championships this weekend with both teams eyeing upward movement in the standings. The women’s team has finished fourth in back-to-back years while the men took eighth last year.
The Chapman University men’s and women’s swim and dive teams competed against Caltech earlier today. The women won by a team score of 160-68, while the men lost 123-81. Freshman diver Simran Ranjani qualified for NCAA Regionals and came in first place in the 3-meter boards with a score of 286.97.
Two school records went down in the final dual meet of the season for the Chapman University swimming & diving teams. The Panthers fell to Claremont-Mudd-Scripps in both duals with the men falling 219-74 and the women suffering a 196-103 defeat.
The Chapman University men’s and women’s swim and dive teams earned the distinction of Scholar All-America teams for the Fall 2017 semester by the College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America this morning for the third consecutive year.
The Chapman University men’s and women’s swim and dive teams competed in a SCIAC meet featuring Redlands and Occidental earlier this morning, where the women earned a victory over the Bulldogs. Freshman Will Crewe broke yet another school record, this time in the 200 butterfly.
The Chapman University swimming & diving teams started 2018 on a winning note in a meet with La Verne, Mills and Biola. With the meet being scored as a dual between each team, both the men’s team went 2-0 to start the new calendar year while the women’s team went 2-1.
The Chapman University men’s and women’s swim and dive teams both competed at the Chris Knorr Invite held at Cal Lutheran this past weekend. The women’s side, led by junior diver Kellyn Toole, placed third overall while the men’s side placed fifth.
ORANGE, Calif. – The men’s and women’s swim and dive teams competed in the Winter Collegiate Invitational held at East Los Angeles College this past Saturday. Both teams finished the Invitational in sixth place, led by several underclassmen.
The Chapman University men’s and women’s swim and dive teams competed in their second SCIAC dual of the season against Pomona-Pitzer and Whittier this past weekend. The men beat the Poets 147-121 but fell to the Sagehens 212-79, while the women were narrowly edged out by Whittier 147-144 and also fell to Pomona-Pitzer 193-105. Freshman William Crewe led the squad, setting another school record in the 200 breaststroke.
Freshman William Crewe made his Chapman debut with two school records in the first dual meet of the season for the Chapman University swimming & diving teams against Cal Lutheran. The Regals edged out a 112-109 team win in the women’s dual while the Panther men fell 129-82.