Two more Chapman athletes were named SCIAC Athlete of the Week in their respective sports this week. Senior Kylie Cooke earned the nod after she helped the women?s volleyball team defeat No. 7 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, while fellow senior Jacob Isabel had a strong showing against Trinity, earning him the award.
It went the distance and then some but the Chapman University volleyball team finally secured the upset win over seventh-ranked Claremont-Mudd-Scripps to extend its winning streak to seven. The Panthers fought back from a 0-2 hole and needed 10 extra points in the fifth set to secure the 18-25, 20-25, 25-21, 25-20, 25-23 win.
A late lead was erased and overcome in overtime as the Chapman University football team dropped a 41-35 heartbreaker at Trinity. The Tigers (2-1) returned a fumble for a touchdown in overtime to clinch the victory.
Freshman Cailyn Sakurai finished in the top-25 to lead the Chapman University cross country teams at the Golden West Central Park Classic. The women?s team took ninth in the 5k race while the men?s team came in 16th in the four-mile race.
The Chapman University men?s water polo team earned its first SCIAC win tonight when they beat No. 10 La Verne 15-9. Sophomore goalkeeper Wesley Hertel recorded a career-high 16 blocks in the net for the Panthers.
Signing day. One of the most special and memorable days for a student-athlete. I can remember mine like it was yesterday. My family, friends and classmates gathered in my high school gym as I signed my letter of intent to be a college athlete.
Junior Emily Lewis turned in the best scorecard in the short history of Chapman women?s golf to lead the team to a second-place finish at the CA State Intercollegiate. Lewis finished fourth overall and the Panthers finished second among 11 teams in the tournament, including five SCIAC teams.
The Chapman University men?s golf team matched its score from round one to round day to set a new 36-hole school record and finished in second at the CA State Invitational. The Panthers lowered the previous school record by 23 strokes with a tournament score of 570 (-6) and finished ahead of every SCIAC team in the 12-team field.