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Coach’s Corner: Will Marino, Tennis Coach Marino has been at the helm of both the men's and women's tennis programs for 20 years. He sat down to chat about some of his experiences.

December 16, 2020 by | Uncategorized

How long have you been working at Chapman / how did you get here? I’ve been at Chapman for 20 years. I was an assistant women’s coach at UC Irvine for three years prior to Chapman. What’s your favorite story from working at Chapman? When they were talking about building a new tennis center. Around

Student-Athlete Spotlight: Kayla Kluemper

November 25, 2020 by | Uncategorized

When Kayla Kluemper went home to Fort Wright, Kentucky the summer after her freshman year, she did not think she would be staying there for the next seven months. A Health Sciences major with a Pre-Physician’s Assistant emphasis, Kayla has been attending her classes this year completely remote from over 2,000 miles away. “Going to

Alumni Hour – Kathy Copelin "It was a highlight of 2019 for me." Kathy Copelin '82 was asked back to Chapman University nearly 30 years after graduating to act as the keynote speaker for the 2019 Night of Champions and Hall of Fame Induction.

November 19, 2020 by | Uncategorized

Chapman softball’s first-ever All-American and a member of the Chapman Athletics Hall of Fame, Kathy Copelin recently returned in October 2019 to act as they keynote speaker for the Annual Night of Champions and Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. A ceremony, Kathy said, she was “deeply honored” to be presenting at. Kathy played softball at

Student-Athlete Spotlight: Elle Uyeda A jack of all trades, senior Elle Uyeda is keeping busy in her home city of Honolulu, Hawaii this semester.

October 29, 2020 by | Uncategorized

Not having a true senior season meant that women’s soccer player Elle Uyeda needed to keep herself busy this semester. With this in mind, the Honolulu, Hawaii native opted to stay on the island to continue working and interning while attending classes virtually. Uyeda has had her fair share of injuries, which led her to

Student-Athlete Spotlight: Dillon Keefe Senior Dillon Keefe adds to his list of awards, earning Pre-Season All America honors from multiple publications

September 23, 2020 by | Uncategorized

Dillon Keefe finished the 2019 season as one of the best players in Division III. An All-America First Team selection, the linebacker led the Panthers to a historic season. Chapman won its third SCIAC title, hosted its first-ever postseason game, won its first-ever postseason game and achieved the highest ranking in school history. “I don’t

Brian Rauh selected to 2010s All-Decade Team Brian Rauh '16 reflects on his dominant three years as a pitcher for the Chapman baseball team

August 27, 2020 by | Uncategorized

From 2010-12, Chapman University pitcher Brian Rauh ‘16 put together a career that will live in the record books for decades. His dominant start to the 2010s has led to a spot on D3baseball.com’s All-Decade First Team. Rauh’s legendary career resulted in three First Team All-American awards and a National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association Pitcher

Alumni Hour: Wilson Parnell Wilson Parnell '18 gives us an insight as to where his career has taken him two years after graduating

August 26, 2020 by | Uncategorized

Wilson Parnell graduated from Chapman University with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with minors in Business Administration and Leadership and a Master of International Studies with an emphasis in International Disability Rights and Leadership. With two degrees under his belt, the former men’s water polo player uses what he’s learned at Chapman to help

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