The Chapman University mens water polo team fell behind early and never recovered, dropping its Western Water Polo Association championships tournament opener to Pomona-Pitzer Colleges 10-6 in Claremont on Friday morning.
After a 16-year absence, the Chapman University mens water polo team will return to the Western Water Polo Association postseason championships, to be hosted by Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Colleges beginning on Friday.
Down by a goal late in the first half, the Chapman University mens water polo team scored six consecutive goals to take a commanding lead en route to a 13-9 victory over visiting U.C. Santa Cruz Saturday morning at Allred Olympic Pool.
The Chapman University mens water polo team had upset in mind as they welcomed Division IIIs top-ranked University of Redlands to Allred Aquatics Center but the Bulldogs lived up to their billing as they defeated the Panthers 12-7 on Wednesday afternoon.
Just seconds into sudden-death overtime, the Chapman University mens water polo team surrendered the game-winning breakaway goal to Claremont-Mudd-Scripps sophomore driver Andrew Cosentino giving the Stags an 8-7 win on Saturday night at the Allred Aquatics Center.
The No. 5-ranked Chapman University mens water polo team won for the seventh time in its past nine games, defeating visiting Occidental College 10-7 as part of the Showdown Tournament at the Allred Aquatics Center on Saturday.
The Chapman University mens water polo team posted a 3-1 record at the always competitive Claremont Convergence Tournament this weekend, but it was the Panthers 11-8 victory over Cal Baptist University on Friday that has Chapman giddy.
Living up to its No. 5 national ranking, the Chapman University mens water polo team swept a double-header on Day 1 of the Lancer Invitational, earning victories over Fresno Pacific University and California Maritime Academy Friday afternoon at Chapmans Allred Olympic Pool.
Thanks to victories over No. 6 Claremont and rival Occidental College at the Inland Empire Tournament last weekend, the Chapman University mens water polo team has jumped five places in this weeks NCAA Division III coaches poll and are currently tied for No. 4 in the nation.
Panthers junior Alex Mulé scored nine goals to lead the Chapman University mens water polo team to a 15-6 victory over visiting University of La Verne in the inaugural event in the new Allred Aquatics Center on campus at Chapman.