Chapman Football Pregame Notes (10/5/13)

Larry Newman Photography
Larry Newman Photography

·         Chapman is 6-1 under head coach Bob Owens in Homecoming games, including the past two against Whittier and Pomona-Pitzer. The Panthers have averaged over 35 points in the past three Homecoming victories.

·         The Panthers open up SCIAC play tonight with the first of seven conference games. In 2012, Chapman finished with a 5-2 conference record in their first season as a member of the SCIAC.

·         The Panthers have yet to trail their opponents this season, holding a lead for all 120 minutes while averaging 47.5 points and 456 yards per game in their first two contests.

·         QB Michael Lahey collected a career-high three passing touchdowns while rushing for another score in the Panthers' 38-17 win over Whitworth. Lahey became the first quarterback under head coach Bob Owens to compile 3+ passing touchdowns with a rushing touchdown in a single game.

·         The Panthers have won five straight home games, including a perfect 4-0 mark at home in 2012. The last Panthers home loss came on Nov. 12, 2011 at the hands of the Redlands Bulldogs.

·         Chapman has won three straight games against the Whittier Poets and owns a 13-3 advantage in the all-time series. The Panthers' 13 wins mark their most versus any SCIAC opponent.

·         The Panthers have been effective in the red zone this season, scoring in all 13 opportunities with 11 of those scoring plays being touchdowns.



Chapman is 6-1 under head coach Bob Owens in Homecoming games, including the past two against Whittier and Pomona-Pitzer. The Panthers have averaged over 35 points in the past three Homecoming victories.

 

The Panthers open up SCIAC play tonight with the first of seven conference games. In 2012, Chapman finished with a 5-2 conference record in their first season as a member of the SCIAC.

 

The Panthers have yet to trail their opponents this season, holding a lead for all 120 minutes while averaging 47.5 points and 456 yards per game in their first two contests.

 

QB Michael Lahey collected a career-high three passing touchdowns while rushing for another score in the Panthers' 38-17 win over Whitworth. Lahey became the first quarterback under head coach Bob Owens to compile 3+ passing touchdowns with a rushing touchdown in a single game.

 

The Panthers have won five straight home games, including a perfect 4-0 mark at home in 2012. The last Panthers home loss came on Nov. 12, 2011 at the hands of the Redlands Bulldogs.

 

Chapman has won three straight games against the Whittier Poets and owns a 13-3 advantage in the all-time series. The Panthers' 13 wins mark their most versus any SCIAC opponent.

 

The Panthers have been effective in the red zone this season, scoring in all 13 opportunities with 11 of those scoring plays being touchdowns.

·         Chapman is 6-1 under head coach Bob Owens in Homecoming games, including the past two against Whittier and Pomona-Pitzer. The Panthers have averaged over 35 points in the past three Homecoming victories.

·         The Panthers open up SCIAC play tonight with the first of seven conference games. In 2012, Chapman finished with a 5-2 conference record in their first season as a member of the SCIAC.

·         The Panthers have yet to trail their opponents this season, holding a lead for all 120 minutes while averaging 47.5 points and 456 yards per game in their first two contests.

·         QB Michael Lahey collected a career-high three passing touchdowns while rushing for another score in the Panthers' 38-17 win over Whitworth. Lahey became the first quarterback under head coach Bob Owens to compile 3+ passing touchdowns with a rushing touchdown in a single game.

·         The Panthers have won five straight home games, including a perfect 4-0 mark at home in 2012. The last Panthers home loss came on Nov. 12, 2011 at the hands of the Redlands Bulldogs.

·         Chapman has won three straight games against the Whittier Poets and owns a 13-3 advantage in the all-time series. The Panthers' 13 wins mark their most versus any SCIAC opponent.

·         The Panthers have been effective in the red zone this season, scoring in all 13 opportunities with 11 of those scoring plays being touchdowns.