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Sports Spotlight: Riley Ford

Name: Riley Ford Year: Junior Sport: Water Polo 1) What do you think is the best aspect of your game? I think my toughness and my unselfishness as a player. I’ll do whatever it takes for the team. I don’t care if I score, as long as my team is...

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Jeter won’t be missed only by Yankee fans

Hate is a strong word. But, in this case, it may be the most applicable. Hate is a word that is used more than it should be, especially by sports talk radio hosts trying desperately to fill their allotted time. Few athletes and franchises are...

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Teamates accepting of Eby after announcement

Junior defensive end Mitch Eby made history when he became the first active college football player to come out publicly as gay in an interview with SBNation’s outsports.com March 18. Eby joins Brooklyn Nets center Jason Collins and former...

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Student athletic trainers trained for real world

Behind the scenes they are hard at work. Before, during and after practice and games they are ready to spring into action. It may seem like all Chapman’s athletic training students do is tape ankles and bandage cuts. But when a shoulder...

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Women’s polo stumbles toward playoffs

Chapman’s women’s water polo team lost all three of its games this week, falling 16-3 to Loyola Marymount (LMU), 15-6 to Azusa Pacific (APU) and 7-6 to Occidental. The losses to LMU and APU were in non-conference games, and do not affect...

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Women’s lacrosse loses two conference games

Chapman’s women’s lacrosse team dropped back-to-back games, guaranteeing a losing record in Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) play. Chapman (4-9, 2-6 SCIAC) lost to Pomona-Pitzer (13-2, 6-2) and Occidental (10-3,...

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Baseball poised for first place after crushing Caltech

Chapman’s baseball team enjoyed an offensive explosion this week, sweeping Caltech 18-0, 15-1 and 15-3. However, Caltech has not won a SCIAC (Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference) game since 1988. “That’s one of the special...

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Softball sweeps important weekend

The Chapman softball team boosted its standing in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, first sweeping a doubleheader on the road Friday against University of La Verne, then coming home and sweeping first-place Redlands...

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Women’s lax gets mauled by Tigers

Occidental controlled the tempo Wednesday night and kept Chapman’s women’s lacrosse team in check, winning 15-9. The loss marked the second loss to Occidental this year, as the Panthers lost to the Tigers 18-12 in February. “I don’t think...

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Women’s polo drops pivotal game against Occidental

The Chapman women’s water polo team lost a close game at home Wednesday night to Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) opponent Occidental, 7-6. The loss was the second straight for the Panthers, and their eighteenth of...

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