Sports

Women’s lax falls to 1-3 in conference

The Chapman women’s lacrosse team lost its third Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) game in a row Wednesday night, falling 13-9 to undefeated Claremont-Mudd-Scripps. “If we can clean up that middle game, we will have more offensive opportunities and give our midfielders more of a break,” said junior attack Kyle...

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Women’s lax loses second consecutive home game

The Chapman women’s lacrosse team dropped its second home game in a row, losing to Occidental 15-4 in a Friday night matchup. “The game was a huge disappointment,” said junior attacker Kylee Moore. “We failed to control what we could control, as individuals and as a team. We lacked energy, tempo and focus. Frankly, the product we put on ...

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Men’s basketball does not receive an at-large bid

After starting the season on a 16-game wining streak, Chapman’s men’s basketball team failed to get an at-large bid into the NCAA tournament Monday morning. Had Chapman defeated Claremont-Mudd-Scripps in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) championship game, which the Panthers lost 71-66 Saturday, Chapman woul...

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Sports Spotlight

Junior midfield Brooke Martini leads Chapman with eight goals this season, including five that came in a 13-5 victory against Whittier Feb. 21. Martini was named first team all-conference last season. 1) How long have you been playing lacrosse and how did you get started? I’ve been playing since sixth grade so it’s been about nine or ...

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Two-way player

It’s 7 a.m. and sophomore Conner Larkin is already staring intently at his iPad. Furiously typing, he meticulously plans out his day starting with an 8 a.m. football workout, two classes, a one-hour break for lunch, and finally, baseball practice at night. If it seems like he’s spread thin it’s because he is. A first-team all-conferenc...

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Softball splits two with Occidental

The Chapman softball team) split a doubleheader against Occidental Saturday, winning the first game 8-0, and losing the second 11-9. Five games into the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) season, Chapman (3-4, 2-3) sits in fifth place. “We gave a great team effort. We were excited to get back on the field, a...

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Division II school’s new policy is archaic

You may not have heard of Erskine College in South Carolina, and like any tiny unknown college, it takes something truly stupendous for its name to become noteworthy. Unfortunately, I am writing about Erskine because of a stupendously horrifying, despicable statement the school had made regarding homosexuality. It’s hard not to think that ...

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Men fall short in conference title game

After a season in which Chapman’s playoff fate seemed certain, the men’s basketball team future is up in the air as of press time. The field for the NCAA tournament will be announced at 9:30 a.m. Monday and Chapman will be hoping to nab one of the 19 at-large bids. Chapman would have locked up an automatic bid into the tournament, but...

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Men’s lacrosse loses first game of the year

The third-ranked Chapman men’s lacrosse team saw its 15-game regular season winning streak snapped by 15th-ranked Arizona in a 6-5 home loss Saturday afternoon. Chapman (2-1) may slip in the rankings, after retaining its third place spot in the Men’s College Lacrosse Association coaches’ poll from the preseason. “We are a good tea...

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