Freshman Avery Keating shattered the record books this past weekend at the CA State Invitational. The rookie set an individual school record with the best 36-hole tournament in school history, shooting 140 (-4). The rookie matched his day one two-under par 70 on day two of the tournament, carving his name in the individual low round record books as well.
Senior Cheri Raymundo helped lead the women’s volleyball team to a trio of victories this past weekend in Atlanta, Georgia. The Arcadia native recorded 61 digs in four games, including a career-high 23 digs in match one against Millsaps.
Sophomore Jordyn Bradbury led the women’s soccer team to a big 3-0 win in its home-opener this past weekend, lending a hand in every goal scored. The Oak Park native found the back of the net for the first time in the 30th minute, leading off the scoring. Bradbury struck again, this time assisting teammate Lindsay Erl to put the Panthers up 2-0.
Senior Tyler Cook closed out his career with a huge weekend in the SCIAC Tournament, going 9-for-13 in Chapman’s three-game tournament run. The Tustin native hit two home runs, two doubles and eight RBIs to cap off his final season as a Panther. The captain ends his last season with a .431 batting average, the highest on the team and second overall in SCIAC. His eight RBIs bring his total single-season RBI count to 39, ranking him fourth in the SCIAC.
Senior Mitchell Bouldin made school history last Friday with a record-shattering, SCIAC winning leap in the long jump at the SCIAC Championships. The Seattle native broke the oldest record in the Chapman record book, which was set by Carl Smith, who had set the long jump school record in 1938.