The Chapman University women?s water polo team fell to Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (12-5, 5-1 SCIAC) earlier this evening. Despite losing 9-4, senior goalkeeper Kerry Goodspeed led the Panthers (5-12, 1-4 SCIAC) in the cage with nine saves and four steals.
The Chapman University track & field teams continued to show improvement with 10 personal-bests at the Redlands Invitational. Junior Gina Pasquinelli set two personal-bests in the field events and posted a 10th-place finish in the high jump.
The Chapman University baseball team run-ruled the visiting Principia College (8-3) in the bottom of the eighth with a 12-2 victory. Junior Tristan Kevitch hit two bombs for the Panthers (14-7), including an inside-the-park home run in the bottom of the fifth.
The Chapman University men?s tennis team completed the doubleheader victory for the Panthers as they beat Lake Forest 7-2 earlier tonight. Similar to the women?s match earlier today, sophomore Len Kamemoto completed a come-from-behind victory on the No. 2 court in his singles match.
After going down in the top of the first in both games, the Chapman University softball team battled back to sweep a doubleheader from Western Connecticut State, 13-3 and 4-2, on Friday. Sophomore Samantha Tong drove in five runs and junior Elizabeth Runge went 4-for-5 over both games.
The Chapman University women?s lacrosse team won a late-game comeback thriller earlier this evening against the visiting Stevenson University (1-6). The Panthers (1-6) were led by junior Danielle Zahn and sophomore Alexandra Callaway, who each scored a hat trick in their 11-9 victory.
Senior Gavin Blodgett and junior Alex Tsuruda each drove in five runs as the Chapman University baseball team put up two dominant wins over visiting Dickinson, 6-2 and 12-1. The Panthers? pitching staff remained stingy on the mound, holding the opposing lineups to two runs or less for the fourth and fifth games in a row.