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Archive for April, 2005

Warrior Baseball Splits with Azusa Pacific

April 23rd, 2005

Freshman Tyson Bagley pitched five innings, allowing three runs on seven hits to help lead Westmont Baseball to a 7-6 win over the Cougars of Azusa Pacific (17-21, 12-12) in the second game of a doubleheader. Bagley picked up his third win of the season while striking out eight and walking four.

The Cougars opened the game with a first inning run, but the Warriors wasted no time in responding. Catcher Eric Menees led off the bottom of the first inning with a single to right field and was moved over to second on a sacrifice bunt by second baseman Steven Hardest. First baseman Eric Gaustad, hitting in the number five hole, knocked a single into left center to score Meness from second and tie the game at one. Gaustad was three for four on the day with a run and three RBIs.

[game 1 box scores] [game 2 box scores]

Stumbo, Collins Take First at GSAC Championships

April 23rd, 2005

Anna Stumbo finished first in the women’s 5000 meter run on day two of the GSAC Track and Field Championships at Azusa Pacific University. Her time of 17:54.4 was nearly 12 second better than the NAIA National Championship automatic qualifying mark.

Stumbo finished sixth in the 1500 meters in a time of 4:51.8 and Elizabeth Jackson took fifth place in the women’s 400 meter hurdles with a time 1:08.44.

Westmont Men in Second after First Day at GSAC Track & Field Championships

April 22nd, 2005

Junior Nate Fleming captured first place in the javelin to lead the Westmont men into second place after the first day of competition at the GSAC Track and Field Championships. Azusa Pacific, this year’s host, currently leads with 50 points with Westmont close behind at 47. Fresno Pacific and Point Loma Nazarene are tied for third with 43.5 points each.

Fleming threw for an NAIA National Championship automatic qualifying distance of 193′ 11″ on his first attempt to capture the javelin championship. Senior Kerby Johnson took third in the javelin with a mark of 171″ 1′. Sophomore Joshua Collins is in first place after the first day of the decathlon. Collins amassed 2797 points and outpaced his only other competitor by more than 500 points.

Warriors Compete at Pomona-Pitzer Track and Field Invitational

April 18th, 2005

Several Westmont men’s and women’s track athletes had outstanding performances at the Pomona-Pitzer Invitational on Friday. The invitational included NCAA Division I, II and III competitors as well as NAIA athletes.

Freshman Anna Stumbo finished sixth out of 44 runners in the 5000 meters, completing the race in an NAIA automatic qualifying time of 17:48.47. Nicole Cox ran an 11:42.29 in the 3000 meter steeplechase for 12th place, finishing in an NAIA provisional qualifying time. Each school may enter up to three men and three women at the National Championships who match or better a provision mark. In the pole vault, April Louie extended her personal best by a foot and one-half, reaching a height of 10′ 6″.

Men’s Tennis Nearly Upsets #12 Point Loma

April 16th, 2005

Despite winning three of three set tie breakers, the Westmont Men’s Tennis season came a few shots short of upsetting #12 Point Loma Nazarene (3-3, 10-8). The 5-4 loss eliminates effectively the Warriors from post-season play.

The match started well for the Warriors who won two of three doubles matches. J.B Schiller and Kyle Godfrey defeated Johannes Vance and Christian Gerloff 8-6 at number two. “Kyle and I played amazing doubles today,” said Schiller, “probably the best doubles of our lives. We we’re hitting the ball so smoothly.”

Women’s Tennis Falls to #9 Point Loma

April 16th, 2005

(April 16, 2005) – The hopes of #17 Westmont Women’s Tennis to upset #9 Point Loma Nazarene (14-4, 9-3) in the final GSAC game of the season, came to an end with today’s singles matches. The Sea Lions won five of six singles matches to claim the victory before the doubles matches even began. In the end, Point Loma walked away with a 7-2 victory.

Jen Goebel was the lone winner for the Warriors defeating Christine LaLonde 6-2, 7-6 (5) on the number four court. “I was looking around realizing that this was my last home game,” said the senior captain, “and I was just so thankful – thankful for tennis, thankful to Westmont and thankful to God for legs that move.” Reflecting on her singles match Goebel admitted, “I didn’t feel confident out there, but I came in with a plan to hit to her backhand and stayed with it. It was a challenge because my opponent was inconsistent. She would hit winners and then make errors, so it was hard to get into a rhythm. There weren’t many long points, which I would have preferred.”

Tennis Time Changes

April 14th, 2005

(April 14, 2005) – Men’s and Women’s Tennis have switched start times for Saturday’s matches against Point Loma Nazarene. The women’s match will begin at 11:00 a.m. and the men’s at 1:00 p.m.

Warriors Add Game to Schedule

April 12th, 2005

Westmont Baseball has added a game with California Lutheran to the 2005 schedule. The Kingsmen will visit Russ Carr Field on the Westmont campus on Tuesday April 26th. Game time is scheduled for 2:30 p.m.

The Warriors had a doubleheader against Bethany and a game against Albertson canceled due to rain early in the season, so the additional game helps to fill up the shortened schedule.

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