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Volleyball finds third straight loss at Cal Lu

Chapman women's volleyball team was shutout 3-0 at California Lutheran Tuesday night.  Tuesday’s loss against No. 1 Cal Lu slides Chapman (2-3) into sixth in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC). "The thing that hurt us the most was our unforced errors. We didn’t make as many in the second set, so the score was ...

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Water polo struggles against division I competition

The top-class opposition in this weekend’s Aggie Invitational was too much for the Chapman men’s water polo team, as they fell to Stanford 26-3, Santa Clara 13-7, UC Davis 12-10 and UC Berkeley 15-8. Chapman’s highlight of the weekend was the close game with UC Davis, in which the Panthers held the 11th ranked Aggies to 12 goals, and led a...

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After win and loss, football prepares for SCIAC

In the wake of their commanding victory over Whitworth, the Panthers (1-1) returned to practice Tuesday in preparation for their upcoming game against Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (1-1) Saturday, Oct. 4 at 1 p.m. Excited to get the first win of the season, the Panthers quickly shifted their focus to Claremont and the start of Southern California Inter...

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Golf finished ninth in state wide tourney

The Chapman men’s golf team placed ninth at the three-day California State Intercollegiate tournament Sept. 20-23. La Verne hosted the tournament at Diamond Valley Golf Club, where Chapman received a score of 917 over the three days, 69 shots behind tournament winner, California State University, San Marcos. Sophomore Bryan Wise led the tea...

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Volleyball drops two

The Panthers lost their perfect Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) record this past week, losing to La Verne 3-1 and Whittier 3-2. Despite the disappointing results, junior outside hitter Michele Hammer was still pleased with the effort the team exhibited. “(We) just played our hearts out,” Hammer said. Goi...

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Don’t get swept up in Jeter fever

Much of Derek Jeter’s career has played out like a movie. The Yankee shortstop has played every game of his career for the most storied franchise in American sports, won five World Series Championships, dated more celebrities than I can count on one hand and will finish sixth all-time in hits. Even in the end, as Jeter’s career was winding ...

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Men’s soccer loses perfect SCIAC record

Chapman’s men’s soccer team’s undefeated run in SCIAC came to an unceremonious end last Monday night, losing to California Lutheran 2-1. The Panthers failed to bounce back after losing to Cal Lu, losing its second straight game to Occidental 6-4 on Saturday. The two losses have dropped Chapman from a tie for first in the Southern Californ...

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Women’s soccer wins back-to-back SCIAC games

Chapman women’s soccer pulled to a .500 record in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC), and into a tie for third place in the conference’s standings, with victories over Whittier and La Verne.  With the top four teams advancing to the SCIAC Tournament, Chapman is in playoff position with 10 conference games re...

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Four turnovers fuel Chapman’s first win of the year

Looking to bounce back after a tough week-one loss to Linfield, the Chapman football team (1-1) returned to the field Saturday afternoon and dominated Whitworth (3-1) 49-34 in Spokane, Washington. Hoping to avoid falling to 0-2, the Panthers offense played well, gaining 589 total yards and scoring seven touchdowns. Using a balanced attack, the P...

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Chapman at Whitworth Preview

Coming off a bye week, the Chapman football team (0-1) will travel to Spokane, Washington to take on Whitworth (3-0) 1 p.m. Saturday. It’s the last non-conference game for the Panthers, who fell to visiting Linfield 21-14 in their first game of the season. Following the loss, the Panthers had an extra week to practice and recover from naggi...

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