The Chapman University men’s basketball team used a 10-0 second half run to take command of its NCAA Division III first round playoff game against the University of Redlands as it went on to a 62-38 victory on Thursday night at the Hutton Sports Center.
The Chapman University men’s basketball team made it 5-for-5 on Saturday night. The Panthers defeated host U.C. Santa Cruz 91-77 to claim their fifth consecutive Division III Independents West Region crown at the West Fieldhouse in Santa Cruz. Chapman has won the playoff tournament every year of its existence since 2006.
The Chapman University men’s basketball team capped its home season with a convincing 72-39 victory over visiting West Coast Baptist College on Monday night at Hutton Center. The Panthers wrapped up a perfect 8-0 season at home and won for the 15th straight time on their own floor.
Chapman University senior forward Justin Riley has been named to the Capital One Academic All-District VIII men’s basketball second team by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).
The Chapman University men’s basketball team won for the sixth straight game and remained perfect at home with an 85-69 win over visiting Southwestern College (Ariz.) at the Hutton Center on Tuesday night. The Panthers are 7-0 at home this season and one win away from an unprecedented sixth consecutive 20-win season.
Some timely shooting and its ability to make free throws down the stretch kept the Chapman University men’s basketball team from suffering an upset loss at the hands of visiting George Fox University (Ore.) on New Year’s Eve. The No. 22-ranked Panthers held on to defeat the Bruins 64-60 at Hutton Center to earn their 10th consecutive victory and improve to 12-1 on the season.
The Chapman University men’s basketball team ran its winning streak to eight in a row with a 78-65 win over visiting Whittier College on Tuesday night at the Hutton Sports Center. It was the Panthers’ final game before taking a brief holiday break and then gearing up for their clash with Claremont-Mudd-Scripps on Dec. 29 in a rematch of last year’s NCAA playoff victory.
The No. 24-ranked Chapman University men’s basketball team maintained its unblemished record against Division III foes and won its seventh straight on Saturday afternoon, but not without a challenge from both its opponent and itself. The Panthers defeated visiting Oglethorpe University (Ga.) 60-57 at the Hutton Sports Center after seeing a comfortable double-digit lead nearly evaporate into thin air.
With wins last week over La Verne and Pomona-Pitzer, the Chapman University men’s basketball team improved its record to 8-1 on the young season and is now ranked No. 24 in the latest D3hoops.com Top 25 poll which came out on Tuesday.
The Chapman University men’s basketball team played ‘can’t miss’ basketball in the second half of its 70-57 win over host University of Redlands on Saturday night. Literally, the Panthers could not miss – making 14 of 17 field goal attempts (82.4 percent) – on their way to a second consecutive championship at the 63rd annual Lee Fulmer Tournament in Redlands.
For the second-consecutive season, Chapman University Athletics and the school’s on-campus radio station, Chapman Radio, will broadcast men’s and women’s basketball games, both on the road and at home.
Coming off its first home playoff appearance in school history, the Chapman University men’s basketball team opened the new season with a 67-49 win over La Verne at the Harold Hutton Sports Center on Tuesday night.
Their personalities couldn’t be more different. Yet it’s their bond, their talents and their journey together that has the Chapman University men’s basketball team feeling pretty good on the eve of its 2010-11 season opener.
Come out to the Hutton Sports Center on Tuesday, Nov. 16 at 7 p.m. for “Pack the Bleachers Night” as the Chapman University men’s basketball team hosts the University of La Verne in its regular-season opener.
D3hoops.com announced its preseason Top 25 poll on Friday and the Chapman University men’s basketball team received 41 votes but did not break into the top 25. Chapman ended last season No. 12 in the rankings and is coming off back-to-back 24-3 seasons.
Basketball season is here. On Friday the Chapman University women’s and men’s basketball teams get underway with their first practices of 2010. The men look to keep the momentum rolling after back-to-back 24-3 seasons, while the women’s team has its sight set on their 10th postseason appearance in 11 years.