Headshots of the 15 football players selected to All-SCIAC teams.
November 17, 2022 Football
Football lands 15 on All-SCIAC teams

The Chapman University football team ended the 2022 season with 15 All-SCIAC selections, including nine First Team selections. In total, seven All-SCIAC picks came from the Chapman offense and the Panthers special teams swept the First Team kicking awards.

Kade Jordan jumps on to an opponent for a tackle.
November 14, 2022 Football
Final SCIAC weekly award goes to Jordan

A big week from Kade Jordan led to SCIAC Defensive Athlete of the Week honors in the final week of the season.

Tanner Mendoza dives into the end zone for a touchdown.
November 12, 2022 Football
Football ends season breaking three offensive records

To little surprise with the Panthers’ high-powered offense this season, there were three offensive records broken and one record tied in the victory. Nathaniel Espinoza broke the record for most passing yards in a single season, previously 2,545, the junior hurled for 2,663 passing yards and 30 touchdowns — the other record, which was previously 28 both held by Ian Fieber.

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Nathaniel Espinoza directs a receive and Tanner Mendoza makes a tackle.
November 07, 2022 Football
Espinoza, Mendoza named SCIAC Athletes of the Week

Nathaniel Espinoza and Tanner Mendoza were each selected as SCIAC Athletes of the Week after leading the Panthers to a big 65-26 win over Cal Lutheran in Chapman’s home finale. Espinaoza was chosen as the Offensive Player of the Week and Mendoza was the Special Teams Player of the Week.

Football lands 15 on All-SCIAC teams
Final SCIAC weekly award goes to Jordan
Football ends season breaking three offensive records
Espinoza, Mendoza named SCIAC Athletes of the Week
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Kiana had a historic weekend for their Panthers in their two-day meet, breaking five individual records, and two school records. In fact, she broke a record every time she landed in the water this weekend. Kiana broke the 100 Fly and 200 Fly records, the 200 Fly record set in 2004 by Kati Wise. She helped the women's medley and free relay teams set school records. She also set the fastest 50 and 100 fly splits in school history, breaking the 50 split record twice on the weekend.

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