Defense shuts down Oxy in 10-4 winIt took nearly 23 minutes for Occidental to get on the board as the Chapman University women’s water polo team cruised to a 10-4 victory. The defense held Occidental scoreless through the first half and senior Grace Schade scored four times to lead the Panthers (6-15, 3-1 SCIAC) to their fourth win in the last five matches.
Men's golf takes ninth at West CupThe Chapman University men’s golf team took ninth at the 16-team West Cup. The three-round tournament was played over two days with two rounds being played on Monday and the final round on Tuesday.
Women's water polo drops first SCIAC match 14-10 to La VerneThe Chapman University women’s water polo suffered its first SCIAC defeat with a 14-10 loss to visiting La Verne. The Panthers (5-15, 2-1 SCIAC) fell in an early hole and couldn’t recover as the Leopards came out on top of the matchup of undefeated SCIAC teams.
Chapman Athletics announces Hall of Fame Class of 2017Chapman University’s Donald P. Kennedy Intercollegiate Athletic Program will host a Night of Champions and Hall of Fame Inductions on October 28, 2017 to induct its 37th Hall of Fame class. Former Director of Athletics David Currey, baseball standout Brian Sanders ’03, two-sport star Linda Ly ’10 and track & field national champion Joe Phillips ’79 will be enshrined in the hall of fame.
Women's tennis defeats Principa 7-2 for first winThe Chapman University women’s tennis team won its first match of the season with a 7-2 victory over Principia on Monday. The Panthers won five of six singles matches after winning two of the three doubles matches.
Whalen deals, Tong drives in five in doubleheader sweepThe pitching remained stingy and freshman Samantha Tong drove in five RBIs to lead the Chapman University softball team to a doubleheader split of Williams on Monday. Chapman’s pitchers allowed just three earned runs as the Panthers completetd their second doubleheader sweep of the season.
Saunders wins but Panthers fallSenior Madeline Saunders picked up her second dual win of the season but the Chapman University women’s tennis team fell 8-1 to Vassar. Saunders overcame a slow start to win the No. 1 singles match.
Softball splits pair of pitchers' duelsTwo of the top hitting teams in the conference ended up playing a pair of pitcher’s duels as the Chapman University softball team split with La Verne on Saturday. The Panthers (11-9, 7-5 SCIAC) took the first game 4-2 but fell 4-1 in the second game to the SCIAC leaders.
Women's lacrosse drops nailbiter to IWUThe Chapman University women’s lacrosse team suffered its first home loss of the season in a tightly contested 10-9 match with Illinois Wesleyan. The two teams went back and forth late in the second half before the Titans pulled ahead for the win.
Gregersen sets new school recordThe Chapman University baseball team took down Ithaca College 23-1 Wednesday afternoon. Freshman Kevin Gregersen set a new school record in RBIs in a single game, knocking in eight runs to capture the record.
Women's tennis drops match to TrinityThe Chapman University women’s tennis team dropped an 8-1 match to visiting Trinity (Conn.) on Tuesday. The Panthers captured their point at No. 2 doubles.
Harada, Lewis finish in top-5 at CLU Regals InviteFreshman Kristy Harada and sophomore Emily Lewis matched their best rounds of the season to finish in the top-5 and lead the Chapman University women’s golf team at the CLU Regals Invitational. The Panthers finished fourth as a team in the seven-team tournament.
Comeback effort falls just short against GWUA late comeback effort fell just short as the Chapman University women’s water polo team fell 8-7 to George Washington. The Panthers were playing their six match in the last four days.
Women's tennis falls to fourth-ranked BowdoinThe Chapman University women’s tennis team fell 9-0 to fourth-ranked Bowdoin. The Panthers have played five of their first six matches against nationally-ranked teams, including three top-10 teams.
Men's tennis defeats Hardin-Simmons for first winThe Chapman University men’s tennis team claimed its first victory of the year with an 8-1 win over visiting Hardin-Simmons. Chapman swept the doubles matches and narrowly missed a sweep of singles.
Men's tennis drops two matchesThe Chapman University men's tennis team dropped two matches over the weekend, suffering a 9-0 loss to the visiting Bowdoin College men's tennis team on Sunday and a 5-4 heartbreaker to Schreiner on Saturday.
Chapman rallies to earn split with DenisonThe Chapman University softball team split a doubleheader with Denison at home on Saturday at El Camino Real Park. The Panthers fell to Big Red 5-3 in game one, but rallied in game two with a 7-1 victory.
Women’s lacrosse shuts down NEC for 13-3 winThe Chapman University women’s lacrosse team shut out visiting New England College in the second half to hold on to a 13-3 win. The Panthers (5-1) scooped up 35 ground balls while senior Tara Sonnemaker made eight saves to limit the Pilgrims’ opportunities.
Baseball drops series opener to WhitterThe Chapman University baseball team fell to Whittier 7-5 in the eighth and final game of their home stand. The Panther offense was led by sophomores Christian Cosby and Jarod Penniman who both went 2-for-4 on the day.
Wise shoots par in dual match with Cal LutheranSenior Bryan Wise hit even par to lead the Chapman University men’s golf team in an individual dual match with Cal Lutheran. Wise finished tied atop the leaderboard in the single round competition.
Five Panthers score hat trick in big win over WhittierFive Panthers scored at least a hat trick as the Chapman University women’s lacrosse team defeated visiting Whittier 20-11 on Wednesday. Senior Kelsey Mackin led everyone with five goals and the Panthers led wire-to-wire.
Baseball blows past No. 16 KeanAnother three-homer game resulted in another lopsided 14-6 win for the Chapman University baseball team over No. 16 Kean. The Panthers (12-4) scored double digit runs for the second consecutive game and hit three home runs for the second time this season.
Men's tennis falls to Christopher NewportThe Chapman University men’s tennis team suffered an 8-1 loss to visiting 27th-ranked Christopher Newport on Sunday at Anaheim Tennis Center. The Panthers captured a point in the top doubles match.
Stream drives in six in series-clinching winJunior Justin Stream drove in half of the Panthers’ runs to lead the Chapman University baseball team to a 12-1 series-clinching win over Concordia University Wisconsin on Sunday. Stream had two hits and was just one RBI shy of Chapman’s single game record.
Jumpers lead the way at first SCIAC Multi DualTwo jumpers took the top spot to lead the Chapman University track and field teams at the first SCIAC Multi Dual of the season. Sophomore Josie Chan and senior Mitchell Bouldin each won an event but both Panther teams fell in the dual scoring.
CUW takes game two of series with ChapmanThe Chapman University baseball team fell 13-8 to Concordia University Wisconsin on Saturday afternoon at Hart Park. The Panthers are now 1-1 in the series with the Falcons and 10-4 overall.