The Chapman University men?s and women?s swimming and diving teams finished the SCIAC Championships the best they have since joining the conference. The women finished third with a team score of 504, while the men finished in seventh place with a score of 323. Junior Kellyn Toole took another trip to the podium, this time earning All-SCIAC by coming in first in the 3-meter board with a score of 443.90 for her third consecutive top-3 finish.
It needed two extra periods. Ten back-and-forth minutes. After a 70-61 double overtime battle against Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, the Chapman University women?s basketball team claimed the SCIAC Postseason Tournament title for the first time in school history.
After dropping the first game 11-1, the Chapman University softball team rallied in extra innings to pull off a 7-6 walk-off victory over the visiting Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (5-3, 3-3 SCIAC). The Panthers (2-4, 1-3 SCIAC) were led to victory by sophomore Samantha Tong, who hit a walk-off double to score the winning run in the eighth inning of game two.
Freshman William Crewe made Chapman history as the first male swimmer to earn a spot on the podium on day three of the SCIAC Swimming & Diving Championships. Crewe climbed the podium after he finished third in the 100 back.
The Chapman University men?s basketball team?s season came to an end in the semifinals of the SCIAC Tournament with an 83-72 loss to top-seeded Claremont-Mudd-Scripps on Friday. SCIAC Newcomer of the Year Reed Smith led the Panthers (17-9) with 17 points.
The Chapman University baseball team beat the visiting Pomona-Pitzer 8-0 this afternoon behind an outstanding effort from starting pitcher junior Matt Mogollon. The Panthers (6-2, 2-2 SCIAC) scored eight runs to hand the Sagehens (5-3, 0-1 SCIAC) their first loss in the SCIAC.
The Chapman University men?s basketball team had three players recognized on the All-SCIAC teams, announced by the conference office on Friday. Senior Rob Nelsen earned a spot on the All-SCIAC First Team, fellow senior Luke Selway was honored on the Second Team and Reed Smith was recognized as the Newcomer of the Year.
After day two of the SCIAC swimming and diving championships, the women sit in third place with a team score of 222 while the men are in seventh with a total score of 173. Freshman William Crewe set the pace for the Panthers, demolishing the Chapman school record in the 200 IM this afternoon.