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Men’s Lacrosse v University of Idaho

Chapman's men's lacrosse team took on University of Idaho Vandals on March 17. The game started off with a strong lead against the vandals, with 3-2 starting the second quarter. The game ended with a 16-4 Panther win. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=690XV_S8TUA...

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Men knocks off top-five Cal Poly

The sixth-ranked Chapman men’s lacrosse team claimed its third game in a row versus a ranked opponent with a 10-9 overtime victory over Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Saturday at home. “I would have to say (that win) comes down to team camaraderie,” said junior midfielder Alex Siegel of the back-andforth contest. “We all have each other’...

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Baseball’s win streak snapped at eight

Chapman baseball saw its eightgame winning streak snapped by Spalding 14-13 at home Sunday. During the streak, Chapman defeated Ithaca 7-1 at home Wednesday and Claremont-MuddScripps 4-2, 5-3 and 14-3 in a threegame series Friday and Saturday. Though Chapman has won eight games in a row, three of the four teams that fell victim to the streak...

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NFL bound?

The first time senior Anthony Ezeakunne worked out with Rick Stassi, he vomited twice and left feeling more exhausted than he had in his entire life. A tight end for Chapman’s football team, Ezeakunne, along with teammate Osayande Aikhionbare, have enlisted Stassi to help them achieve their dreams of playing professional football. “Ty...

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Chapman needs a better nickname, or at least a correct one

Chapman’s athletics program is built on a lie. OK, not really. But, Chapman’s mascot, a panther, is not a real animal. A panther is a general term for big cats—not a species of big cat. “Panthera” is the name a genus that lions, tigers, jaguars and leopards are a part of, but there is not a big cat that is named a panther. The b...

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Baseball out bombs Ithaca

The Chapman baseball team defeated Ithaca 7-1 in a non-conference game Wednesday. Chapman knocked off the winless Bombers to win its fifth game in a row “Even if a game is non-conference, it is important to stay focused because games like these still matter,” said junior infielder Tim Alhanati. The game began slowly with Chapman scorin...

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Sports Spotlight: Lisa Perez

Junior catcher Lisa Perez has gotten off to a hot start this year, hitting .367 through 11 games. Perez has shown impressive power, hitting one home run, two triples and three doubles, giving her a .700 slugging percentage which is 350 points higher than the team average of .450. Perez led the Panthers last season in home runs, with five. 1)...

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Softball splits pair of doubleheaders

Chapman’s softball team was swept in on the road in a doubleheader by Redlands Friday before returning the favor to Pomona-Pitzer Saturday at home. Chapman (5-6, 4-5) lost to Redlands (5-9, 3-7) 7-3 and 9-1, and beat Pomona-Pitzer (6-11, 2-6) 4-0 and 5-2. After going 2-2 this week, Chapman sits in fifth place in the Southern California Inte...

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It’s time for Caltech to call it quits

There are different degrees of being a bad sports team. First, is your run-of-the-mill-below-average, like the Phoenix Suns. They’ll jump up every once in a while and be OK, but largely they’re just not that good. Then, you have the terrible-but-rebuilding teams. These teams have two subcategories: the intentionally bad and the uninte...

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Chapman knocks Simon Fraser back across the border

The sixth-ranked Chapman men’s lacrosse team bounced back from its first loss of the season in impressive fashion, outscoring two ranked opponents 24-8. Chapman (4-1) kicked off its trip to Phoenix, Arizona with a 13-6 victory over seventh-ranked Michigan State (1-2) Friday and followed that win up with an 11-2 beatdown of 13th-ranked Simo...

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