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Archive for April, 2007

Warriors Split Doubleheader with The Master’s

April 30th, 2007

Junior left fielder Jonathan White’s solo home run in the second inning got the Warriors started on the final day of the 2007 season as Westmont took ten innings to defeat The Master’s 8-6 in the first game of a doubleheader in Santa Clarita. Junior shortstop Anthony Martinez produced a three-for-four performance at the plate, drove in two runs and scored twice.

After the Mustangs scored twice in the bottom of the third inning, Westmont recaptured the lead with three unearned runs in the fourth inning. White led off with a walk and one out later, a single by catcher Luke Montzingo moved White over to second base. With two away, junior designated hitter Cody Chapman reached on an error by the Mustangs’ third baseman which allowed White to score, Montzingo to advance to third and Chapman to take second. Martinez followed with a two-RBI single, scoring Montzingo and Chapman and giving the Warriors a 4-2 lead.

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Seniors Shine on Senior Day

April 25th, 2007

Senior Jamie Barth turned in a tremendous performance on the mound while fellow senior Andy Dude scored the winning run as Westmont Baseball claimed a 3-2 victory in the second game of a twin-bill against the Sunbirds of Fresno Pacific (21-27, 11-23) on Wednesday at Russ Carr Field. Dude and Barth, the Warriors’ only seniors, were honored between games for their contributions to Westmont baseball. Wednesday marked the final home games of the 2007 campaign for head coach Scott Deck’s squad.

“I think back (on my career at Westmont) with the fondest of memories,” said Barth. “I played with so many great guys and had so many great experience and relationships with coaches and players.”

“Even though we have had a lot of rough seasons,” said Dude. “I have made a lot of great friends and great memories. I love our coaches.”

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Men’s Tennis Defeats Hope International in Season Finale

April 23rd, 2007

Westmont men’s tennis brought an end to the 2007 campaign with a 5-4 win over visiting Hope International on Saturday at the Abbott Tennis Courts. In doubles play, Westmont’s J.B. Schiller and Kyle Godfrey defeated Ignacio Guerrero and Raiko Mladenovic 8-5 on the number one court. Burke Marold and Arthur Kalayjian picked up an 8-6 victory over Felix Haufe and Joey Nedelisky at number two. Hope International was forced to default at number three doubles due to a lack of players, giving Cody King and Chris Roberts an easy win.

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Women’s Tennis Wraps Up Season with Win

April 23rd, 2007

Westmont women’s tennis brought an end to the 2007 with a win over Hope International (10-9, 2-7) on Saturday at the Abbott Tennis Courts. After winning two of three doubles matches, the Warriors (6-12, 3-6) swept the six singles matches to post an 8-1 win.

Hope International picked up their only win at number one doubles where Minette Steyn and Tony Blair defeated Lorelei Belindean and Gillian Ayers by a score of 8-1. At number two doubles, Westmont’s Jennie Dunn and Lauren DiSalvo defeated Azra Bogucanin and Kristine Brock 8-4 while on the number three court Sarah Kamida and Gabriela Michel picked up an 8-4 victory over McKenna Hamel and Brittney Munoz.

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Warriors Drop Doubleheader to Lancers

April 23rd, 2007

The pitching staff kept Westmont in both games of a doubleheader against California Baptist (31-15, 20-12), but the Warriors couldn’t generate enough offense in 6-1 and 5-1 losses to the Lancers on Saturday at Russ Carr Field.

Kellen Skersies pitched all nine innings of game one, giving up six runs, four of which were earned, on ten hits. He struck out three and walked three. Brandon Downs started game two and pitched six and two-thirds innings in the seven inning game, giving up five runs on eight hits. Downs struck out five and walked six.

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Gaustad, Montzingo Homer in Loss to Eagles

April 19th, 2007

The Warriors put together back-to-back five run innings, all scored with two outs, which included two-run home runs by junior Eric Gaustad and freshman catcher Luke Montzingo, but it wasn’t enough to catch the Eagles of Biola (23-28, 15-14) who claimed a 16-11 win on Wednesday afternoon in La Mirada.

After scoring just one run in the first seven innings on three hits, Westmont (5-33, 3-26) bats exploded for eleven hits in the final two frames. Junior shortstop Anthony Martinez led off the eighth inning with a double to left center. Two strikeouts later, Gaustad sent the ball over the left centerfield fence. Second baseman Jason Younker, right fielder John Evans and Montzingo followed with three successive singles to load the bases, prompting head coach Scott Deck to send junior Cody Chapman to the plate as a pinch hitter for first baseman David Stout. Chapman picked up an RBI when he was hit by a pitch. Freshman left fielder Ryan Haddock then drove in two runs with a double to right center, resulting in a 13-6 score at the end of seven and one-half innings.

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Men’s Tennis Defeats Occidental

April 18th, 2007

Westmont Men’s Tennis (9-5) guaranteed itself a winning season by defeating Occidental (6-15) by a score of 6-3 at the Abbott Tennis Courts on Tuesday afternoon. Westmont won two of three doubles matches before claiming four of the six singles matches.

Senior J.B. Schiller and junior Kyle Godfrey posted an 8-2 win over Occidental’s Reid Fenning and Vic Sower at number one doubles while freshmen Davis Moore and Arthur Kalayjian cruised to an easy 8-3 win over Jamal Fahim and Jackson May on court three. Senior Burke Marold and junior Ryan Shultz were forced to retire when Shultz sustained an injury on court two in the match against Alex Montgomery and Daniel Ikuta.

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Warriors Score Nine but Fall to Gauchos

April 18th, 2007

Junior designated hitter Cody Chapman went four for five from the plate, notched three RBIs and scored a run, but Westmont Baseball (5-32) came up on the wrong end of a 15-9 score at UC Santa Barbara (16-18) on Tuesday afternoon at Caesar Uyesaka Stadium.

Starter Kellen Skersies was assigned the loss after giving up nine runs on eleven hits in two and one-third innings of work. John Sakoda closed out the last three innings allowing no runs on just one hit. Sakoda struck out one without allowing a walk. Brian Tracy, son of Pittsburgh Pirates’ manager Jim Tracy, was awarded the win. Tracy gave up six runs, none of which were earned, on seven hits.

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