Annika Carlson had another solid performance to end the season and lead the Chapman University cross country teams at the NCAA Division III West Region Championships on Saturday. The Panthers sent seven runners to the regional meet, hosted by Whitworth University.
Men’s and women’s cross country took to the track to compete in the SCIAC Championships this morning, Saturday, Oct. 29 at Claremont-M-S.
On Monday, Oct. 24, Gil Bothwell was named SCIAC Cross Country Athlete of the Week. Bothwell broke the school record for the 8k at this past week's John Elder's Invite at Cal State Fullerton. He finished with a time of 25:25.3, shattering the previous record by 28 seconds.
Men’s and women’s cross country traveled to its third meet of the season on Saturday, Oct. 15 at UC Riverside. The women finished 17th out of 26 opponents, and second out of the five SCIAC schools, topping Occidental, Redlands and Cal Lutheran. The men finished 20th out of 25 schools, defeating Cal Lutheran.
ATHLETE OF THE WEEK
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.