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Men’s soccer loses first SCIAC game

After four straight wins, Chapman men’s soccer team suffered their first Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conferance (SCIAC) loss of the year, against California Lutheran 2-1 Monday. ”We just have to improve on the upcoming games. I think that the time off before our next game on Friday will be good for our players” said coach...

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Men’s soccer opens SCIAC with four straight wins

Chapman’s men’s soccer team blew out the defending Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) champions Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 5-1 Saturday for the Panthers’ fourth consecutive win. Earlier in the week, the Panthers shut out Redlands 1-0. “I think we had a lot of pressure because it was the first home game of th...

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Offensive struggles mar Chapman’s SCIAC openers

Chapman’s women’s soccer team dropped its first two Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) matchups, losing 2-1 at Redlands Wednesday and 1-0 at Occidental Saturday. Despite losing its first two conference games, Chapman’s chances at cracking the top four and earning a berth into the SCIAC Tournament have not d...

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Sports Spotlight: Rebeccah Bortz

1) What is your goal for the soccer team this year? I think we have a really talented group of women this year and have the ability to do really well this season. My goal is for us is to win the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) tournament, make a run in the playoffs and have an amazing time while doing it. 2)...

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Polo comes home empty handed from tourney

The Chapman men’s water polo team lost both of its Lancer Invitational games against Division II opponents in Riverside, losing 9-6 to tournament hosts California Baptist and later falling 12-11 in overtime to Fresno Pacific. The two non-conference defeats drop the Panthers’ record down to .500 at 3-3. “[Cal Baptist and Fresno Pacific] ...

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Fans wield more power than they think

What is going on in the NFL? America’s most popular sport and league has been flipped on its ear by recent criminal proceedings and the league’s lack of apathy towards the victims of the players’ crime spree. Though professional athletes getting in trouble is nothing new, the public outrage over the crimes, as well as the lack of pun...

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Volleyball crushes Redlands, still undefeated in SCIAC

Chapman improved to 2-0 in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) with a resounding 3-0 victory at Redlands Friday night. Last week, in between Chapman’s conference victories, Chapman lost to Colorado College, the sixth ranked team in Division III, but used the loss as a learning experience. “That match was ...

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Wilson Parnell overcomes the odds

The 40-pound jug shakes as sophomore Wilson Parnell strains to pull it from the water. Treading water alongside the rest of the Chapman water polo team, Parnell has to take his submerged five-gallon water jug from beneath the surface and pour it out above his head, a drill that challenges players’ stamina and upper body strength. While the...

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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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