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Volleyball opens preseason with disappointment

The women’s volleyball team opened up the preseason with a disappointing four game loss at the Pacific Coast Classic tournament hosted by Claremont-Mudd Scripps on Aug. 29 and 30 in Claremont. Chapman struggled throughout the tournament, going 0-4 in the two-day competition. The Panthers started the tournament with a loss against St. Schola...

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Men’s soccer season preview

The Chapman men’s soccer team opens its season on the road at Whittier on Sept. 10. The Panthers are coming off a season in which they finished in fifth place in the SCIAC (Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference) standings. Despite finishing in fifth, the team was able to reach the SCIAC tournament and upset top-seeded Claremo...

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Open letter to the NBA

To the National Basketball Association, On behalf of all fans of the NBA, thank you for the most entertaining playoffs to this point I’ve ever watched. After a regular season that had about as many twists and turns the 100-meter dash, and where more time was spent trying to come up with rhyming superlatives of potential top draft picks – ...

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Football running into 2014

After finishing second in the conference last year, the Chapman football team enters the 2014 season with a handful of talented running backs, and is looking to take the conference crown. Chapman went 8-1 last season, losing only to SCIAC (Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference) champion Redlands. “We believe that we are ca...

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Women’s volleyball season preview

The Chapman women’s volleyball team will open up its season in the Pacific Coast Classic hosted by Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, beginning Aug. 29. The Panthers turned in a solid campaign in the 2013 season, despite it being their worst since 2009. A 10-6 conference record and a 17-12 overall record was good enough to earn them a tie for fourth plac...

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Men’s lax stumbles in semifinal

Chapman’s men’s lacrosse team lost in their Men’s College Lacrosse Association semifinal matchup with Arizona State (ASU) 10-5 Thursday night at Ernie Chapman stadium. Chapman was unable to avenge its earlier losses to ASU this season, ending their season one game from the championship. “I was real upset at first, but then satisfied a...

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Men’s lax moves on to semifinal in MCLA Championships

The Panthers won their quarterfinal game of the Men’s College Lacrosse Association (MCLA) National Championships 8-2 against Colorado State (CSU) Wednesday. The Panthers took CSU by storm and stuck to their game plan to get the blowout victory and advance to the semifinal round. “Our game plan was to play Chapman lacrosse,” said junior ...

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Men’s lacrosse opens tournament with a win

The Chapman men’s lacrosse team kicked off the first round of the Men’s College Lacrosse Association (MCLA) National Championships Monday, with a 7-2 victory against Northeastern. Chapman was able to contain Northeastern all night, as their stingy defense didn’t allow much. “Our defense was sick,” said senior goalie Warren Nielsen. ...

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Chapman grad was first black umpire in MLB

When Emmett “Ash” Ashford graduated from Chapman College in 1941, gasoline cost 19 cents per gallon, Humphrey Bogart had just won the Academy Award for best Actor for “African Queen,” the U.S. had yet to get involved in World War II. Jackie Robinson was six years away from breaking the color barrier in baseball. Twenty-five years lat...

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Sports Spotlight: Taber Watson

Name: Taber Watson Year: Senior Sport: Baseball Position: Pitcher   Watson has pitched in a team high 18 games during his senior campaign, recording five wins and four saves while splitting time between the starting and pitching in relief.   1) Do you think that playing as well as you did down the stretch plays to you...

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