Sports

Men’s soccer starts the year with a bang

Chapman’s men’s soccer team has reeled of a four game win streak, most recently beating the Redlands Bulldogs 1-0 Wednesday Sept. 17. In the first half, both teams struggled against hard defenses. Junior midfielder and captain Boston Kimmel and sophomore midfielder Marco Saglimbeni both had good chances to score, but missed. “I think we...

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Cross country team compete at first meet for the semester

   The men and women’s cross country teams opened the season Sept. 13 at the UC Riverside Invitational. The fastest male runner from Chapman at this meet was junior Chris Reid, and the fastest woman was sophomore Cory Stemper. Michiko Yee, sophomore mathematics and history major, said this race was the first one for some of the runners. “T...

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Statement not made against Linfield

Chapman football had never beaten a team ranked in the top 25. But leading fifth-ranked Linfield 14-7 at halftime, Chapman was poised to make history. In the second half, Chapman’s offense was stymied by a swarming Linfield defense that held Chapman to its lowest total yardage number since 2011 and failed to capitalize on a fourth-quarter i...

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Water polo sinks Redlands

The Chapman men’s water polo team split its two games at the annual Inland Empire Classic in Redlands, winning 9-8 over Redlands and losing to USC 21-6. Chapman entered the tournament ranked second out of 12 Division III water polo teams. However, it was Redlands who started the game looking like the higher-ranked team, taking a 5-1 lead that la...

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Men’s soccer ahead in SCIAC

After a disappointing season last year, the men’s soccer team sits in first place of the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) after the first week of conference play. The Panthers were 0-1 entering the week but won their first two games of SCIAC play, beating Whittier 3-2 in double overtime Wednesday and La Verne 1...

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Panthers fall to Linfield Wildcats in second half

Fans packed the Ernie Chapman Stadium Saturday night to watch the Chapman football team (0-1) open its season against visiting fourth-ranked Linfield (1-0). Facing one of the most successful teams in Division III football, the Panthers were shut out in the second half after leading 14-7 at intermission, falling 21-14. In a game that many Chap...

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Volleyball opens SCIAC play with a win

   Kicking off the game with an ace, the Panthers steamrolled to a dominating 3-0 victory over the Cal Tech Beavers Wednesday night.   Coming back from a disappointing 1-7 start to the season, Chapman looked confident and aggressive playing in front of their home crowd.    “We just wanted to come out here and play like we practice, which...

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Chapman football to face high-ranked Linfield Wildcats

The Chapman football team kicks off the 2014 season 7 p.m. Saturday against visiting Linfield Wildcats, who have been one of the best Division III football programs of the last decade. With a 94-16 record during that period, the Wildcats come to Chapman as the fourth ranked team in the nation according to D3football.com. Yet, while the Wildcats bo...

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Women’s soccer wins four of five to open season

Women’s soccer split its games this week, losing 3-1 against at UC Santa Cruz on Friday and winning 2-1 against Hardin-Simmons at home on Sunday. Chapman started off the season 3-0, but the UC Santa Cruz Banana Slugs handed the Panthers their first loss of the season Friday. On Sunday, the Panthers played their first game on their home tur...

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