Final homestand begins with Redlands game

Photo by Larry Newman
Photo by Larry Newman

Redlands (3-4, 3-2 SCIAC) at Chapman (2-5, 2-3 SCIAC)
Saturday, November 7, 2015
Wilson Field at Ernie Chapman Stadium
7:05 p.m.

Complete Game Notes 


• Senior RB Jeremiah McKibbins just keeps on creating Chapman history. Last week, he became the first player ever at Chapman to rush for 200-plus yards in back-to-back games, as well as became the first in Chapman's history to rush for over 3,000 yards.
• He is one of 16 active players to rush for over 3,000 yards in the NCAA Division III and has the second-highest active career scoring average at 9.7 points per game.
• McKibbins ranks sixth in the nation in scoring this year (13.0 ppg), 14th in rushing yards per game (139.5) and 16th in rushing TDs (13).

Track McKibbins record-breaking season here


• While Panthers record of 2-5 overall and 2-3 in the SCIAC appears lopsided, Chapman's last three losses have come by a combined 17 points. 
• A three-point OT loss to Claremont, a last minute touchdown at Occidental and a touchdown loss at La Verne are what separates Chapman from defending its 2014 SCIAC crown.
• The three SCIAC losses are the most for Chapman in its three seasons in the conference.


• Senior WR Sean Myers has been a dependable target for both Chapman quarterbacks this year. Myers leads the SCIAC with 5.7 catches per game this season. 
• Myers has caught multiple passes in every game this year and has hauled in a touchdown in each of the last five games.
• The senior has set career-highs and leads the Panthers with 40 catches for 558 yards and six touchdowns. He also had a career long catch of 72 yards for a touchdown against Cal Lutheran.


• Redlands has, by far, the best record against Chapman than any of the SCIAC schools. Redlands owns the all-time advantage 14-4-1.
• Last year, Chapman defeated the Bulldogs for the first time since 2006. The win also clinched the Panthers first SCIAC title in school history.
• The Redlands defense has had a nose for the ball this year, forcing 14 turnovers compared to seven takeaways for Chapman. The Panthers are one of the best teams in the SCIAC in protecting the ball, turning the ball over only nine times this season - tied for the fewest. Chapman hasn't turned it over since Oct. 17 at Occidental.