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Night of Champions Currey, Ly ’10, Sanders ’03 and Phillips ’79 will be honored as the 37th class to enter Chapman’s Athletic Hall of Fame.

May 26, 2017 by Chapman Magazine | Sports

A leader who steered Chapman Athletics toward excellence for more than two decades, and a two-sport  star whose feats fill multiple school record books are among the latest inductees to the University’s Athletic Hall of Fame. Former Athletic Director Dave Currey and volleyball and basketball star Lindy Ly ’10 are joined in the 2017  Hall

Panthers on Ice The hockey program carves a special niche at Chapman.

March 11, 2017 by | Sports

There are places where kids who begin playing hockey at age 4½ are called late bloomers. Southern California is typically not such a place. But then Heikki Veharanta ’15 (JD ’18) isn’t typical, and neither are his teammates on the Chapman University hockey team. They love a sport that was born on frozen Canadian lakes

Frosh Start Fresh success for first year students in sports

June 24, 2016 by Robyn Norwood | Sports

Like most freshmen, they hardly knew their way around when they arrived at Chapman University this year. But these four athletes quickly found success, making a name for themselves on campus and beyond. Cam Haslam With two seconds left in the SCIAC championship game, the 6-foot-2 guard from Seattle sank a pair of free throws

Sports Roundup

March 16, 2016 by | Sports

While Chapman University is proud of award-winning soccer player Haley Fedden ’16 , other Chapman athletes are also equally talented. New Hall of Famers Inducted Baseball star Alex Taylor ’03, soccer great Eunice Bobert ’82 and the 1995 national championship softball team were honored this fall as the newest inductees to the Chapman University

Field Tested In victory and in loss, award-winner Haley Fedden '16 shows the powerful influence of her leadership

March 15, 2016 by Allison Jenney (MFA '16) | Features

Of all the things that motivate Chapman University soccer player Haley Fedden ’16, personal awards barely even register. Which helps explain why she won a conference award for sportsmanship and team play. “I’ve never met such a selfless person,” says Chapman women’s soccer coach Courtney Calderon. A senior team captain,

Boesel Named AD Terry Boesel takes over a Chapman athletic program that has won two national championships and 18 regional titles during the University's 21 years in Division III.

November 17, 2015 by | Sports

Following a nationwide search, Chapman University found that the best person to lead its Department of Athletics was already on campus. Terry Boesel, previously associate director of athletics, has been named the Panthers’ ninth athletic director in the 90-year history of intercollegiate sports at Chapman. Boesel becomes the first to hold the title of David Currey Endowed

Hoops runneth over with SCIAC success

May 6, 2014 by Doug Aiken '99 (M.A. '09) | Sports

This story appeared in the spring 2014 issue of Chapman Magazine. March 1 was a landmark day for the Chapman University basketball programs, still in their infancy in terms of SCIAC membership. Thanks to the women’s basketball team’s co-conference championship — the first SCIAC title for any Chapman team in school history — and a surprise