ORANGE, Calif. ? The Chapman University baseball team was recognized for its academic excellence in the 2017-18 academic year. The American Baseball Coaches Association annually honors college and high school teams with the Team Academic Excellence Award.
Both track & field teams at Chapman University were recognized for their academic work. The U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association annually recognizes college teams from all levels of the NCAA and NAIA for academic excellence.
For the fourth year in a row, the Chapman University women?s tennis team has been recognized as one of the Intercollegiate Tennis Association?s All-Academic teams. Nine of the 14 student-athletes on the roster were also recognized for their individual achievements in the classroom.
Four members of the Chapman University men?s tennis team were honored on the Intercollegiate Tennis Association?s list of Scholar-Athletes. Junior Brock Dehaven and senior Rasmus Helms each earned their third career Scholar-Athlete distinction.
The Chapman University women?s lacrosse team garnered both team and academic honors from the Intercollegiate Women?s Lacrosse Coaches Association. The team once again landed on the Academic Honor Squad list with four student-athletes earning a spot on the IWLCA Academic Honor Roll.
Six student-athletes and the Chapman University basketball team earned academic recognition from the National Association of Basketball Coaches. As a team, the Panthers earned the NABC?s Team Academic Excellence Award while the six student-athletes earned a spot in the NABC Honors Court.
He?s been nationally recognized for his work on the football but his work outside the lines of Wilson Field has earned him his most recent recognition. Rising junior and All-American punter Elias Deeb was announced as one of 169 nominees for the prestigious Allstate AFCA Good Works TeamŽ.
For the fifth consecutive year, the Chapman University volleyball team earned the Team Academic Award from the American Volleyball Coaches Association. The AVCA announced a record number of honored teams across high school and college volleyball.
Both the team and 14 individual student-athletes on the Chapman University women?s water polo team were honored for their work in the classroom by the Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches. As a team, the Panthers ranked in the top-20 in the nation in GPA across all divisions.