The Chapman University women?s golf team placed sixth after the first round of the SCIAC Championship. Sophomore Emily Lewis led the Panthers on the leaderboard in the first SCIAC Championship in program history.
Senior Bryan Wise went two-over par to lead the Chapman University men?s golf team in the first round of the SCIAC Championship on Sunday. The Panthers are tied for sixth as a team after shooting a 313 (+25).
The Chapman University women?s tennis team dropped its final two home matches to wrap up the regular season. The Panthers dropped a 5-4 heartbreaker to Occidental on Friday and fell 9-0 to Cal Lutheran on Saturday.
Senior Lindsey Campbell scored the game-winner with just five seconds left in the match to give the Chapman University women?s water polo team a 9-8 win over Redlands in the SCIAC Tournament. With the win, the Panthers advance to tomorrow?s fifth-place game against Claremont-Mudd-Scripps.
Senior Grace Schade scored four goals but the sixth-seeded Chapman University women?s water polo team fell 14-11 to third-seed La Verne in the opening round of the SCIAC Tournament. Chapman will play the last match of the day tomorrow.
Senior Tyler Cook reached some career milestones but the Chapman University baseball team fell 7-4 to visiting La Verne. Cook?s milestone hits all came late in the game as he helped spark a late rally that ultimately fell short.