Jessi Lumsden

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Alumni Hour: Markus Trujillo ’15

July 12, 2023 by | Chapman Alumni

Former Psychology major Markus Trujillo ’15 handled kicking and punting duties for the Panthers during their historic 2014 SCIAC Championship campaign. Accounting for 142 points and a 78% field goal percentage throughout his Chapman career, Trujillo earned First Team All-SCIAC honors his junior and senior seasons, as well as a Second Team All-Conference award his

Student-Athlete Spotlight: Mo Lynch

June 29, 2023 by | Chapman Alumni

The Chapman University Softball team has seen success in the past two years. During their 2022 campaign, they earned a SCIAC Tournament championship and an automatic bid to an NCAA regional in Seguin, Texas. This past season, the team appeared in the SCIAC Championship game despite vacancies at multiple positions going into the season. After

Alumni Hour: Spencer Corona ’22

June 23, 2023 by | Chapman Alumni

Recent standout WR, Spencer Corona ’22, recently signed a contract to play football in Germany for the Montabaur Fighting Farmers. Corona received First-Team All-SCIAC honors his senior year and broke the Chapman University Football program record for career receiving touchdowns. We had the opportunity to discuss his initial experiences in Germany: Talk about your experience

Alumni Hour: Allison Harf ’14

May 24, 2023 by | Chapman Alumni

During the pandemic, many people picked up new hobbies. For Communication Studies and Women’s Water Polo graduate Allison Harf ’14, she turned her hobby into a family business. Growing up in Sonoma, CA, the heart of wine country, Harf’s passion for wine runs deep. Inspired during the pandemic while spending time at her family’s property

Coach’s Corner: Izaiah Williams, Football

May 1, 2023 by | Chapman Alumni

Coach Izaiah Williams comes to the Panthers with more than a decade’s worth of coaching experience. At Chapman University, he works with the running backs and handles some special teams duties. He also is an Assistant Athletic Director. Here, he discusses more about his first year coaching and working at Chapman. How long have you

Alumni Hour: Lauren Friend ’19, Volleyball Read more about Lauren Friend, and what she has been up to since joining the Chapman Athletics Alumni Family 

March 31, 2023 by | Chapman Alumni

What have you been doing since graduating from Chapman? Since graduating from Chapman, I’ve been keeping myself quite busy! When I’m not working, I love being outside and active. I’m an avid snowboarder and I also enjoy mountain biking and surfing when the weather isn’t as snowy. I still make time to play beach volleyball

Student-Athlete Spotlight: Reid Omilian, Dive Making a splash in his first-year! Read more about Reid's accomplishments over the course of his first season as a panther. 

March 28, 2023 by | Chapman Alumni

Reid made a huge impact to the dive program during his first-year as a Panther. The Colorado native not only podium at the conference championships, but qualified for NCAA Regionals and competed at the NCAA Championships in North Carolina, being the first in Chapman Swim & Dive history to record points at Nationals. However, all

Coaches Corner: Juliet Suess, Swim & Dive In their first season as head coach, our Swim & Dive Coach was named SCIAC Coaching Staff of the year after an incredible performances over the course of the season and at the conference swim championship.

February 27, 2023 by | Chapman Alumni

What made you want to start coaching? In general but also at Chapman.  After college, I spent a year in Germany teaching English and studying. While it was a wonderful time of my life, it was also hard. So when it was time to come home, I knew that meant returning to the pool deck

Student-Athlete Spotlight: Jenna Urrabazo, Women’s Soccer Translating her passion for sports into her professional life, read more about the steps the first-year soccer player is taking to launch her career.

February 20, 2023 by | Chapman Alumni

Jenna Urrabazo hit Wilson field running, not only on accomplishing her goals as a student-athlete, but using what she will learn in her time at Chapman to kick-start her career. The first-year forward from Gilroy, CA. earned first team All-Conference honors, as she led the SCIAC in scoring, and was also recognized on the All-Region

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