One big inning was the difference as the Chapman University baseball team was eliminated from the NCAA Division III Baseball Championship with a 6-2 loss to UT-Dallas. The Panthers end the season with a 35-13 record.
SPOKANE, Wash. – The Chapman University baseball team rallied to defeat the Redlands Bulldogs 6-5 in the second game of the double-elimination Western Regional. The Panthers (35-12) were led by junior Alex Tsuruda, who hit a go-ahead two-run homer in the bottom of the fifth to help give Chapman the victory.
The opportunities were there for another comeback win but the Chapman University baseball team fell 10-5 to Willamette in the opening game of the Spokane Regional. The Panthers (34-12) won four straight elimination games to win the SCIAC Tournament and will need a duplicate effort to advance.
ORANGE, Calif. – The Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association selected its All-Region teams earlier this afternoon. Chapman University senior Stacey Zuppa earned a spot on the Second Team after her record-breaking performance this season.
ORANGE, Calif. – The National Fastpitch Coaches Association released its NCAA Division III All-Region teams earlier this morning. Sophomore Michaela Foisy headlined the selections with a spot on the Second Team, while junior Elizabeth Runge earned her first All-Region award with a spot on the Third Team.
The Chapman University baseball team is headed to Spokane, Wash. to begin the 2018 NCAA Division III Baseball Championship. The Panthers won the SCIAC Tournament a week ago to earn the automatic bid into the national tournament.
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.
For the second year in a row, senior first baseman Jared Love has been selected to the Google Cloud Academic All-District Team. The award recognizes all the selected student-athletes’ achievements on the field and in the classroom.
ORANGE, Calif. – Junior Tyler Peck was selected as the National Collegiate Baseball Writer’s Association’s National Pitcher of the Week after his dominant performance against Pomona-Pitzer in the second round of the SCIAC Postseason Tournament this past weekend.
The Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference released its All-Sports Standings earlier this afternoon with Chapman University coming in at fifth place overall. Both men and women combined for 103.5 points, the highest in Chapman history since joining the conference in 2012-2013.
Wild. Unpredictable. Almost unbelievable. From down 10-1, the Chapman University baseball team came all the way back to defeat Redlands 20-12 and claim the SCIAC Tournament title. The Panthers (34-11) won the first SCIAC Tournament title in program history.
Junior Christian Cosby threw eight dominant innings as the Chapman University baseball team stayed alive in the SCIAC Tournament with a 5-2 win over Redlands. The Panthers (33-12) won their third consecutive elimination game to take a winner-take-all game seven in the SCIAC Tournament.
A pair of three-run homers powered the Chapman University baseball team to a 10-3 win over top-seeded La Verne to stay alive in the SCIAC Tournament. The Panthers advance to the championship round of the SCIAC Tournament against the second-seeded Redlands Bulldogs.
Junior Tyler Peck was unphased in the face of elimination in the SCIAC Tournament, leading the Chapman University baseball team to a 6-0 win over Pomona-Pitzer. The right-hander went the distance for a complete game shutout in the first elimination game of the championship tournament.
The Chapman University women’s tennis team bowed out of the SCIAC Tournament with a 5-0 loss to top-seeded Claremont-Mudd-Scripps. The Panthers end the season with a 10-9 overall record – seven more wins than a year ago.
The Chapman University baseball team fell to No. 2 Redlands 13-6 in the first round of the SCIAC Postseason Tournament earlier this afternoon. The No. 3 seed Panthers were led by junior Alex Tsuruda, who went 3-for-5 with a couple of RBIs, two runs scored and a home run.
Two members of the Chapman University women’s golf team were selected as All-SCIAC members earlier this afternoon. Junior Emily Lewis headlined the honors with a spot on the First Team while freshman Lauren Settle was selected to the Second Team.
Six members of the Chapman University baseball team earned All-SCIAC honors this afternoon after their stellar performances this season. Senior Gavin Blodgett along with juniors Matt Mogollon and Tristan Kevitch headlined the awards with First Team selections. Senior Conner Larkin and juniors Tyler Peck and Jarod Penniman earned Second Team honors.
Three members of the Chapman University softball team were selected to All-SCIAC teams earlier this morning. Junior Elizabeth Runge and sophomore Michaela Foisy headlined the awards with First Team selections, while senior Sarah Taketa earned a spot on the Second Team.
Members of the Chapman women’s tennis team competed in the Ojai Tournament last week. Freshman Alisa Ogranovich led the Panthers and made her way to the final match, winning three matches along the way.
The Chapman University women’s lacrosse team fell 17-6 to No. 22 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps in the semifinal of the SCIAC Tournament on Saturday. The Panthers have made the SCIAC semifinals in each year of program history.
The Chapman University men's and women's track and field teams began the SCIAC Championships at the University of Redlands on Friday. The Panthers were led by throwers sophomore Lauren Miller and junior Cedric Cole.
The Chapman University softball team celebrated its three seniors prior to its final home doubleheader but dropped a pair of back and forth games to Redlands. The Panthers fell 11-8 in the first game before suffering a a heartbreaking 9-8 loss in 10 innings in the nightcap.
Junior pitcher Matt Mogollon showed once again why he is the ace for the Panthers (28-10, 13-9 SCIAC), pitching a one-hit complete-game shutout in their 5-0 senior day victory over Occidental (19-18, 11-11 SCIAC).
Five members of the Chapman University women’s lacrosse team earned All-SCIAC selections earlier this morning. Senior Stacey Zuppa headlined the awards, earning a spot on the First Team, while juniors Danielle Zahn and Shelby Thompson and sophomores Ally Kroeckel and Alexandra Callaway were selected to the Second Team.