The Chapman University track & field teams continued to show improvement with 10 personal-bests at the Redlands Invitational. Junior Gina Pasquinelli set two personal-bests in the field events and posted a 10th-place finish in the high jump.
The Chapman University baseball team run-ruled the visiting Principia College (8-3) in the bottom of the eighth with a 12-2 victory. Junior Tristan Kevitch hit two bombs for the Panthers (14-7), including an inside-the-park home run in the bottom of the fifth.
The Chapman University men’s tennis team completed the doubleheader victory for the Panthers as they beat Lake Forest 7-2 earlier tonight. Similar to the women’s match earlier today, sophomore Len Kamemoto completed a come-from-behind victory on the No. 2 court in his singles match.
After going down in the top of the first in both games, the Chapman University softball team battled back to sweep a doubleheader from Western Connecticut State, 13-3 and 4-2, on Friday. Sophomore Samantha Tong drove in five runs and junior Elizabeth Runge went 4-for-5 over both games.
The Chapman University women’s lacrosse team won a late-game comeback thriller earlier this evening against the visiting Stevenson University (1-6). The Panthers (1-6) were led by junior Danielle Zahn and sophomore Alexandra Callaway, who each scored a hat trick in their 11-9 victory.
Senior Gavin Blodgett and junior Alex Tsuruda each drove in five runs as the Chapman University baseball team put up two dominant wins over visiting Dickinson, 6-2 and 12-1. The Panthers’ pitching staff remained stingy on the mound, holding the opposing lineups to two runs or less for the fourth and fifth games in a row.
The Chapman University women’s water polo team dropped a match to Cal Lutheran earlier this afternoon. Sophomore Argelia Diaz was the sole player to score in the Panthers’ (4-11, 1-3 SCIAC) 8-1 loss to the Regals (11-4, 4-0 SCIAC).
It’s no secret that the women’s tennis team is made up of mostly freshman – 12 to be exact. Out of 14 total players on the team. That means over 85 percent of the team is experiencing playing at the college level for the first time. What keeps them motivated during a season that might not be going their way? Knowing they’re in it together.
The Chapman University baseball team routed the visiting Ithaca 11-2 earlier this afternoon. The Panthers (11-7, 3-6 SCIAC) tallied 14 total hits and eight different players had at least one hit in the victory over the Bombers (4-5).
Juniors Tyler Peck and Mason Collins were dominant in nine no-hit innings on the mound, but the Chapman University baseball team fell 2-0 to Whittier. Peck and Collins made Panther history as they combined for Chapman’s first no-hitter since 1973.
The Chapman University women’s tennis match has been postponed due to rain today. The Panthers will finish out their match against Trinity College tomorrow evening after the Chapman men’s tennis team’s match against Vassar.
After a breakout season, sophomore Lucy Criswell has been selected to the D3hoops.com All-West Region First Team. The selection comes after she won SCIAC Athlete of the Year and helped lead the Panthers to their first conference tournament championship and 13th NCAA Tournament appearance.
The Chapman University baseball team edged out Vassar College 3-2 this evening to notch its 10th win of the season. Junior pitcher Christian Cosby led the Panthers (10-6) on the mound, striking out three batters while allowing four hits in six innings pitched. Senior Jared Love has found his groove since returning from injury, recording two RBIs on 1-for-3 hitting in the victory over Vassar (0-1).
The Chapman University men’s and women’s track and field teams competed at the Ben Brown Invitational this past Friday and Saturday. The Panthers were led once again by junior Cedric Cole, who threw for a personal best on his first toss of the day.
An early offensive outburst helped the Chapman University baseball team hang on for a 9-7 win over Whittier on Saturday. The win evened the SCIAC series but was supposed to be the first game of a doubleheader.
The situation was a coach’s nightmare. The reaction from the squad was everything a coach could dream of. When circumstances left the Chapman women’s lacrosse team without a goalie, sophomore Haley Reinhard willingly stepped between the pipes.
The Chapman University softball team split a doubleheader with Piedmont College (8-8) earlier tonight. The Panthers (5-5) dropped the first game 7-3 but rallied in the second to overcome a first-inning deficit and notch an 8-1 victory.
The Chapman University women’s tennis team put up a strong fight but dropped its match against Mary Washington 5-4 this afternoon. Freshman Anna Kaplan notched victories in both her doubles and singles matches to lead the Panthers.