LADY PANTHERS HOST THIRD ANNUAL TOURNAMENT (12/3/13)
The lady Panthers will host their 3rd Annual Panther Pride Tournament this weekend featuring Barstow,
Glendale, Mt San Jacinto, Saddleback, Southwestern, and Chaffey. [bracket and schedule]
CHP #3 IN THE STATE, #2 IN SOCA (12/3/13)
Yesterday's poll moves the Panthers up 7 spots to #3 in the STATE and #2 in Southern California. Siting the Panthers' huge win over previously undefeated Antelope Valley and last weekend's 30 point defeat of Citrus, the CHP are well on the way to another phenomenal season!
MEN'S BASKETBALL - PANTHERS GO 2-1 AT CITRUS TOURNAMENT (12/2/13)
The Panthers were on the road last weekend - going 2-1 at the Citrus College Neil Edwards Classic.
#10 Chaffey College (8-2) 78 #3 Citrus College (4-2) 48 In the finale on the weekend, #10 Chaffey College handed Citrus College their worst home lost in at least nine seasons. The Owls shot a putrid 26.5% from the floor, while Chaffey shot 57.7%. John Gilliam had a team high 13 points, while point guard and All-Tournament member Julian Nichols had 8 points, 9 assists and 4 steals.
#10 Chaffey College (7-2) 90 Los Angeles Pierce College (3-5) 61
SoCal #10 Chaffey College avenged yesterdays loss with a big 29 point win over LA Pierce College on Saturday. Chaffey controlled the game from the tip and never look back. The Panthers had five players finish in double figures including leading scorer Jeff Nibo who had 21 points. Julian Nichols meanwhile posted a triple double with 11 points, 11 rebounds, and an astounding 15 assists. Nichols also through in six steals for good measure. Jordan Fuller had 18 points off the bench for the Brahmas.
San Diego City College (2-5) 66 Chaffey College (6-2) 65
In the second game of the day, San Diego City College shocked #10 Chaffey. Martin Thomas’ free-throw with 1 second left was the difference maker in this contest. San Diego’s Christian Jones had a team high 16 points, while Caleb Singleton had 15, hitting five treys. For Chaffey, John Gilliam had a game high 19 points in a losing effort.
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL - PANTHERS GO 2-1 AT GLENDALE (11/24/13)
The Lady Panthers were on the road last weekend - going 2-1 at the Glendale College Vaquero Shootout.
Pasadena 62 Chaffey College 45 Panthers finish 2nd at the Vaquero Shootout. Chaffey trailed 27-20 at half and got no closer than 5pts. w/9mins remaining before the Lancers pulled away. Shannon Moore named all-tournament. Chaffey is now 5-2 and is off until December 6th when they will host Fullerton in the first round of the Panther Pride Tournament.
Chaffey College 62 Fullerton 52
The Panthers faced off in the semi-final round against Fullerton who had defeated host Glendale on day 1.
Chaffey College 109 West LA 41
Shannon Moore led all scorers with 19 points and three 3s.
2013 FALL SPORTS
FOOTBALL - PANTHERS FALL TO PIERCE IN BOWL GAME (11/23/13)
Panther Football, who has experienced their best season in over a decade, hosted LA Pierce today - falling to the Brahmas (Pacific Conference champions) 21-13. Dimitri Morales continued his MVP worthy season by passing for 176 yards and scoring 2 touchdowns. Melvin Williams led the Panthers in defense with 10 tackles - 6 solo. Complete game stats
WOMEN'S SOCCER - PANTHERS FALL TO #2 SANTIAGO CANYON (11/27/13) The Lady Panthers completed their best season in college history yesterday at Santiago Canyon, falling to #2 seed Santiago Canyon 1-0. The team finishes the season 20-2-1 and Foothill Conference Champions.
VOLLEYBALL - PANTHERS FALL TO GOLDEN WEST IN PLAYOFFS (11/26/13) The Lady Panthers completed their season yesterday at Golden West, falling to the #3 seeded Rustlers 3-0. The team finishes the season 20-8 and Foothill Conference Champions.
MEN'S SOCCER - PANTHERS FINISH SEASON WITH WIN OVER IVC (11/15/13)
The men hosted Imperial Valley yesterday, defeating the Arabs 3-0. Pat Vincent, Bryan Guzman and Samer Kandah each scored 1 for the Panthers. Robert Ramirez had 3 saves.
UPDATE (10/30/13) - The men hold strong in the CCCAA poll this week at #12 in the state and #7 in SoCA.
MEN'S WATER POLO - SEVEN PANTHERS NAMED ALL-CONFERENCE (11/20/13)
Seven Men's Water Polo players have been named to the All-South Coast Conference team including 1st team selections; Kevin Chapman and Matt Wong. [Complete list]
WOMEN'S WATER POLO - BURGESS NAMED ALL-AMERICAN - 8 NAMED ALL-CONFERENCE (11/19/13)
Congratulations to Rachel Burgess for being named South Coast Conference co-MVP and All-American. Seven additional athletes were named to the All-Conference team. [Complete list of honored athletes]
2013 SPRING SPORTS
TRACK & FIELD -- ROSSER TAKES GOLD IN COLOMBIA (8/26/13)
With a personal best time of 50.75, Khallifah Rosser took the gold medal at the 2013 Pan American Games held last weekend in Medellin, Colombia.
"(The Brazilian) made me want to chase him down the way he took off from the start. It was wet out there but I didn't let it affect me. I just kept thinking arms, arms, arms, keep it tight and finish fast. I only ran about 39 for the 300m hurdles in high school, but I like to take on challenges. I really didn't expect to do this well."
LADY PANTHERS SCC CHAMPS (4/22/13) The Lady Panthers led by Coach Dopf captured their third straight conference championship (six of the last nine). Divers Amy Adams and Danielle Tomes were named Divers of the Year. Coach Dickson was named Diving Coach of the Year. Six athletes will represent Chaffey at the state championships next weekend at ELAC.
BASEBALL -- ROMANSKI DRAFTED BY SOX (6/10/13) Congratulations to Panther Alum Jake Romanki (2010-11) who was drafted Saturday by the Boston Red Sox. Romanski has played the last two years at San Diego State. Romanski is the 25th player signed to a professional contract under Head Coach Jeff Harlow. We look forward to watching his MLB career.
SOFTBALL FINISHES SEASON WITH LOSSES AT MT SAC
The ladies faced off against the #2 seed in the south last weekend, falling 3-11 and 12-21. The team finishes the season with an impressive 25-17 record.
EIGHT PLAYERS NAMED ALL CONFERENCE
Lauren Avila, Anjelica Cerecedes, Jennifer Del Mar, Allison Dunn, Alexandria Haro, Morgan Hoare, Taylor Jenkins and Jennifer Springer for being honored as All-Foothill Conference.
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