|SCIAC Fall Weekly Release #3|
|Football Athlete of the Week|
Senior • Wide Receiver • Pleasanton, California
Isabel was terrific despite a 41-35 overtime loss to Trinity (Texas) on Saturday. Isabel registered 109 receiving yards on just four catches including a long reception of 57 yards as well as a touchdown. A versatile threat for the Panthers, Isabel also featured on Chapman’s special teams units notching 144 yards on three kickoff returns including a 96-yard scamper for a touchdown. The senior wideout from Pleasanton, Calif. also rushed for nine yards on two carries, including a reverse for eight yards.
|Men's Soccer Athlete of the Week|
Senior • Forward • Beaverton, Oregon
Boone helped Redlands to a 2-0 week which saw the Bulldogs earn a 3-2 win over CMS, and a 3-0 win over Whittier. Boone totaled six points on the strength of two goals and two assists, including a goal and two helpers in Redlands’ win over the Poets. His goal against the Whittier served as the game-winner before he provided a pair of insurance assists to help seal the victory. Against the Stags, Boone’s marker gave the Bulldogs a 2-1 advantage, helping his team improve to 6-0 in SCIAC action.
|Women's Soccer Athlete of the Week|
Sophomore • Defender • Covina, California
Cobian propelled La Verne to a 1-0-1 week in SCIAC action scoring the game-winning goal in a 2-1 victory over Whittier. With less than five minutes to play in regulation and the game-knotted at 1-1, the Leopards sent a corner kick to the back of the box where Cobian was able to head the ball into the net to give La Verne the 2-1 win. Earlier in the week, the sophomore defender from Covina, Calif. provided an assist on the Leopards’ second goal in a 2-2 double-overtime draw with Pomona-Pitzer.
|Volleyball Athlete of the Week|
Senior • Outside Hitter • La Habra Heights, California
Cooke led Chapman to a 3-0 week in SCIAC competition, including a hard-fought, 3-2 win over No. 7 CMS. Cooke paced the Panthers with 35 kills, averaging 3.50 kills per set as she registered a .360 hitting percentage for the week which also included 3-0 wins over Redlands and Caltech. Cooke floored 18 kills against the Athenas and hit .375 for the contest, adding six digs and assisting on five blocks in the five-set victory. Chapman remains the only unbeaten team in SCIAC play.
|Men's Water Polo Athlete of the Week|
|Carlos Heredia Viteri
Freshman • Utility • Commerce, California
Viteri scored three goals in a, thrilling, 7-6 overtime victory over CWPA Varsity Division III top-ranked team Pomona-Pitzer, and added three more scores and two assists in a 12-8 win over SCIAC foe Occidental. Viteri highlighted the Poets’ 2-0 week by finding the back of the net in overtime to upset the Sagehens who are ranked 19th in the CWPA Varsity Poll Top 20 Poll.