2019-20 Swimming & Diving News

  • Chapman Athletics announces annual awards
    May 08, 2020
    Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the awards show went virtual to safely announce the annual awards.
  • Chapman suspends face-to-face classes and athletic events
    March 11, 2020
    Chapman University is canceling all athletic events, including practices and games for all varsity, club and intramural sports until further notice. 
  • Women take third, men seventh at SCIAC Championships
    February 23, 2020
    The SCIAC Championships ended on Sunday with the Chapman University swimming & diving teams setting two new records and equaling their best team finishes. The women’s team took third while the men finished seventh.
  • Crewe makes history, wins 100 back title
    February 22, 2020
    Junior William Crewe made history as Chapman’s first male swimmer to claim a SCIAC title in an individual event. Crewe won the 100 back to highlight the third day of the SCIAC Championships for the Chapman University swimming & diving teams.
  • Women in third, men in seventh after day two
    February 21, 2020
    The Chapman University women’s swimming & diving team stayed in third and the men sit in in seventh after the second day of the SCIAC Championships. The women’s team won two consolation finals to highlight the day.
  • Chapman looks to make some noise at SCIAC Championships
    February 20, 2020
    After two successful finishes at the 2018 and 2019 SCIAC Championships, the Chapman University men's and women's swim teams enter the 2020 championships with hopes to finish even higher than the past two seasons.
  • Podium finish, two school records highlight day one of SCIACs
    February 20, 2020
    Two school records fell and the women’s 800 free relay finished on the podium on the first day of the SCIAC Championships. With the third-place finish, the women are in third place in the team standings while the men are in sixth.
  • Cannon, Guarino place at SCIAC Diving Championships
    February 15, 2020
    Freshman Mina Cannon and junior Olivia Guarino each made finals to represent the Chapman University diving teams at the SCIAC Diving Championships this weekend. Cannon led the Panthers on both boards.
  • Swim & dive falls in dual with Pomona-Pitzer
    February 01, 2020
    The Chapman University swimming & diving teams fell in dual meets to the defending SCIAC champions – Pomona-Pitzer – on Saturday. The Panthers still took first in three events and had some season-best swims.
  • Swim and dive teams come out strong against La Verne
    January 18, 2020
    The Chapman University men’s and women’s swim and dive teams competed in a tri-meet against La Verne and Mills College earlier this afternoon. The Panthers took first place finishes in 22 of the 26 events.
  • Women’s swim and dive sweeps SCIAC tri-meet
    January 11, 2020
    The Chapman University men's and women's swim and dive teams competed against Caltech and Redlands this past weekend at the third SCIAC meet of the year. Freshman Riley Brownfield took home first place in three races, helping lead the women to a 121.0 - 120.0 victory over Redlands and a 173.0 - 53.0 victory over Caltech.
  • Swim & dive concludes fall schedule at Collegiate Winter Invite
    December 07, 2019
    The Chapman University swimming & diving teams finished up their fall semester schedule at the Collegiate Winter Invite. Freshman Hannah Parulan and sophomore Olivia Guarino had the top individual finishes for the Panthers.
  • Guarino shines on the boards at SCIAC tri-meet
    November 16, 2019
    The Chapman University men's and women's swim and dive teams competed against Cal Lutheran and Claremont-Mudd Scripps at the second SCIAC meet of the year this past Saturday. Freshman Riley Brownfield and Junior Olivia Guarino helped lead the women to a second place finish with a team score of 62.
  • Swim & dive opens dual season at Oxy
    November 09, 2019
    The Chapman University men’s and women’s swim teams competed against Occidental College at their first meet of the season this past weekend. Both teams posted strong showings with the women’s team getting the 161.5-124.5 team win and the men’s team falling 154-104.