Chapman University women’s basketball team
got to spend a portion of their summer break in Taiwan experiencing the Chinese culture, battling a typhoon and playing several top collegiate women’s basketball programs from Europe and the Far East.
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This August, the Panthers made their second goodwill trip to Taiwan in four years (they played in the Jones Cup in Miaoli County during the summer of 2012). And although it didn’t win any of the four games played in the BLIA Cup Tournament last week, Chapman DID survive 100 mph winds and 50 inches of rain brought by Typhoon Soudelor.
Chapman head coach Carol Jue – the only NCAA head coach of Chinese-American heritage – led the Panther contingent of 10 players from their 2014-15 roster, three coaches and an athletic trainer in the international tournament played at the Kaohsiung Arena in Kaohsiung City, Southern Taiwan. Chapman was the only team representing the United States as it opened tournament play against the University of Taipei on Thursday with a narrow 71-66 loss. And after falling to powerhouse Beijing University on Friday, the Panthers suffered their most heartbreaking loss of the tournament the next day with a 52-51 defeat to Lyon University out of Southeast France. Chapman wrapped tournament play on Sunday with an eight-point loss 52-44 to Nanjing University.
The wet and windy weather (as one delegate pointed out “Santa Ana winds got nothing on typhoon winds!”), didn’t allow for much sightseeing, but the Panthers did visit Fo Guang Shan Buddhist Monastery and got to experience some of the local cuisine.