After guiding the Chapman University baseball team to a second place finish at the Division III finals in May, Panthers’ head coach Tom Tereschuk has been named the 2011 Diamond/ABCA NCAA Division III West Region Coach of the Year.
Chapman University sophomore RHP Brian Rauh has been named to the NCAA Division III All-America first team by the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) for the second year in a row. He has also earned West Region Pitcher of the Year honors from the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) for the second consecutive season.
For the second consecutive year, Chapman University sophomore RHP Brian Rauh has been named the NCAA Division III West Region Pitcher of the Year, headlining four Panther baseball players named to the All-West Region team by the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA).
The Chapman University baseball team needed two wins on Tuesday to capture another national championship trophy. It got one win only. The Panthers forced the “if necessary” game with a 15-4 win over No. 1-ranked Marietta College (Ohio) at the NCAA Division III finals at Fox Cities Stadium, but lost in the championship game to Pioneers 18-5, falling just shy of the grand prize.
Chapman University freshman OF Adam Velez had struggled all weekend long at bat in Appleton. The rookie was just 1-for-18 at the NCAA Division III baseball championships when he came to the plate with the go-ahead run at second base and two outs in the top of the ninth at Fox Cities Stadium on Monday.
The Chapman University baseball team has been doing it with its youth all season long and on Sunday, with its season on the line, the youngsters came through once again. The Panthers defeated Wisconsin-Whitewater 4-2 in an elimination game at the NCAA Division III baseball championships at Fox Cities Stadium
The No. 1-ranked Marietta College baseball team proved exactly why it is the favorite to win the NCAA Division III baseball championship on Saturday afternoon. The Pioneers handed Chapman University its first defeat of the postseason 9-4 at Fox Cities Stadium, sending the Panthers to an elimination game on Sunday.
Thanks to three runs in the sixth inning and three runs again in the eighth inning, the Chapman University baseball team defeated Kean University (N.J.) 9-4 in the opener of the NCAA Division III Baseball Championships at Fox Cities Stadium on Friday.
Chapman University ace RHP Brian Rauh has been named to the D3Baseball.com All-America first team for the second consecutive year. The sophomore was selected for the honor after posting a record of 11-0 and leading the nation with 132 strikeouts.
Backed by plenty of offense and an error-free defense, Chapman University sophomore RHP Brian Rauh tossed a two-hit shutout to give the No. 9-ranked Panthers a 7-0 win over No. 11 Texas-Tyler in the first game of the NCAA Division III West Region baseball championships at Driggers Field on Wednesday afternoon. Chapman (30-11) will face the winner of Redlands/Trinity (Texas) on Thursday at 7 p.m. (CDT).
For the ninth year in a row, the Chapman University baseball team is headed to the NCAA postseason. The Panthers have earned an at-large Pool ‘B’ selection into the NCAA Division III baseball championships and will travel to Abilene, Texas this week as the No. 2 seed in the first round regional tournament.
Chapman University standout sophomore RHP Brian Rauh earned All-Independent Pitcher of the Year honors for the second year in a row along with nine other Panthers who were named to the All-Independents baseball team as selected by the Association of Division III Independents.
A stellar pitching performance by sophomore RHP Brian Rauh lifted the Chapman University baseball team to a 2-0 victory over visiting University of Redlands at Hart Park on Friday afternoon. The Panthers took the first of a crucial three-game series between the Nos. 2- (Redlands) and 3-ranked teams in the West Region with the series shifting to Redlands on Saturday for a season-ending doubleheader.
As the regular season wraps up for the Chapman University baseball team, accolades have already started to roll in. On Thursday, the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) announced its Capitol One Academic All-District VIII baseball team, and both senior IF Tyler Hadzinsky and sophomore P Brian Rauh were selected, earning first and second team, respectively.
The No. 15 ranked Chapman University baseball team needed just two innings of scoring to complete a series sweep, defeating the University of Dallas 7-2 at Hart Park Sunday afternoon. The Panthers tallied three runs in the fifth and another four in the eighth in the win.
The No. 15-ranked Chapman University baseball team opened a crucial three-game series against fellow West Region independent University of Dallas with a pair of wins on Saturday afternoon at Hart Park. The Panthers got a 6-5 walk-off win in the first game thanks to an RBI single in the bottom of the 11th inning from junior IF Tyler Hadzinsky. Senior RHP Jordan Sigman capped the day with seven innings of four-hit ball in a 10-1 victory in game two.
A three-run eighth inning by the Chapman University baseball team turned a one-run deficit into a 4-2 win over visiting Cal Lutheran University at Hart Park on Wednesday evening. The Panthers extended their home winning streak to 15 games and kept sophomore RHP Brian Rauh (7-0) unbeaten this season.
Even though the Panthers have turned the calendar, the results on the field remained the same on Tuesday. The Chapman University baseball team picked up right where it left off in March with a 4-2 win over visiting Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Colleges at Hart Park. After going 11-1 last month, the Panthers have now won 19 of 20 and 14 straight at home.
The Chapman University baseball team swept what may very well have been the first tripleheader in school history, defeating visiting Wheaton College (Ill.) 12-8, 2-1 and 9-2 on Saturday at Hart Park. The second win of the day gave Panthers’ head coach Tom Tereschuk his 300th career head coaching victory – the first Chapman baseball coach in school history to reach that mark.
In the rubber match of a three-game weekend series, the No. 13-ranked Chapman University baseball team scored nine times in its final two at-bats to turn a 2-0 pitcher’s duel into an 11-0 win against visiting University of La Verne and capture the season series on a wet and windy Sunday afternoon at Hart Park.
The Chapman University baseball team used a pair of two-out rallies to top visiting Ithaca College (N.Y.) 5-2 at Hart Park on Tuesday evening. The Panthers lengthened their winning streak to 13, including nine straight at home.
The No. 20-ranked Chapman University baseball team made it a dozen straight victories, defeating visiting Ithaca College 10-3 on Monday afternoon at Hart Park. The Panthers broke open a tie game with three runs in the sixth and four more in the eighth to win their eighth in a row both at home and against the Bombers in this annual spring break rivalry.
Chapman University senior RHP Jordan Sigman tied the school record with his 30th career victory on Saturday night in the Panthers’ 19-1 win over Rutgers-Newark University (N.J.) at Hart Park. The right-hander allowed two hits and fanned six over five innings, facing just three batters more than the minimum in the win. Sigman (3-1, 3.7 ERA) has struck out 23 in five appearances this season.
Days after the Chapman University baseball team dropped to No. 20 in the D3Baseball.com top-25 poll, the Panthers made their protest on the diamond. Chapman defeated No. 2-ranked Kean University (N.J.) 4-3 at Hart Park on Friday night for its 10th consecutive victory behind a complete-game effort from All-American sophomore RHP Brian Rauh.
The No. 17-ranked Chapman University baseball team swept a pair of games from visiting Wabash College (Ind.) on Sunday to complete the three-game series sweep and run its winning streak to nine games. The Panthers needed extra-innings for a 6-5 win in the first game of the doubleheader and then shutout the Little Giants in the nightcap, 6-0.
Behind the strength of its pitching and a couple of big offensive innings, the Chapman University baseball team withstood the cold and rain to earn wins over Willamette University and Pomona-Pitzer Colleges on Friday at Hart Park.
The shine on a brand new baseball season and a sparkling debut on Friday were tarnished in a matter of 18 innings on Saturday. The Chapman University baseball team dropped both ends of a doubleheader to visiting Whittier College 2-1 and 6-4 at Hart Park in the Panthers’ home opener.
If it sounds repetitive, that’s because it is. The Chapman University baseball team begins the season ranked No. 3 in Division III (Baseball America) and is, once again, loaded with a roster full of talent from top to bottom.