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Five Named to All-GSAC Team, Kiely Named GSAC Coach of the Year

November 4th, 2014
(Top row) All-GSAC honorees: Tiffany Dimaculangan, Sophie Fuller, Sophie Judd. (Bottom row) All-GSAC honorees: Mallory Mitchell, Kelsie Steck. GSAC Coach of the Year Kristi Kiely.

Five members of the Westmont Women’s Soccer (13-2, 8-2 GSAC) team have been named to the 2014 All-Golden State Athletic Conference Women’s Soccer Team and Westmont head coach Kristi Kiely has been named the GSAC Women’s Soccer Coach of the Year.

The five Warriors named to the all-conference team are:
   · Senior midfielder Tiffany Dimaculangan of Glendora
   · Senior center back Sophie Judd of Edmonds, Washington
   · Sophomore center back Sophie Fuller of Orinda
   · Senior forward Mallory Mitchell of Coronado
   · Junior forward Kelsey Steck of Valencia

Dimaculangan, considered one of the top midfielders in the NAIA, has scored five goals and recorded four assists for the Warriors. Mitchell has notched a team high 16 points on six goals and four assists. Steck, who has missed the last two games with an injury, has tallied six goals and three assists.

Warriors in Westwood

November 2nd, 2014
Lauren McCoy

As a warm up for the upcoming 2014-15 women’s basketball season, Westmont traveled to Westwood to take on a little PAC-12 team called the Bruins in an exhibition.

Little, they were not. On average, UCLA, which won the game 92-54, featured players three inches taller than the Warriors.

However, early season exhibition games are not about wins and losses. These games are about getting to see what your team looks in a competitive environment – which is exactly what head coach Kirsten Moore got to do.

“I think there was a lot of good take-aways from today,” said the veteran coach who is entering her 10th year at the helm. “I thought we competed and scrapped and fought a lot better in the second half after having eyes wide open in the first half.

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Men’s Soccer to Host First Round Game

November 1st, 2014

Though idle on Saturday, Westmont Men’s Soccer (8-5-2, 5-3-2 GSAC) received good news about the upcoming Golden State Athletic Conference Championship that begins next week.

Due to a tie between Biola (7-5-4, 4-3-3) and William Jessup (5-9-2, 1-7-2) in Rocklin this afternoon, Westmont finished fourth in the GSAC standings and will host The Master’s (9-8-1, 5-4-1) in the first round of the tournament. The game will be played at 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 5 at Thorrington Field.

Westmont hosted The Master’s on September 27 and played to a scoreless tie. The Warriors outshot the Mustangs 21-14 in the contest and placed eight shots on goal to The Mustangs’ five.

The winner of Wednesday’s game will advance to the semifinals where they will face either top-seeded Hope International (13-4-1, 8-2) or second-seeded Concordia (11-3-2, 7-1-2). The semifinal game will be played on Saturday, November 8.

Wednesday’s game will be broadcast online and is available free of charge at

Westmont Avoids a Halloween Scare

November 1st, 2014

By Christy Cain

(SANTA BARBARA, Calif.) Halloween is an evening marked by scaring people, and tonight the Westmont women’s volleyball team did not disappoint. In a three game match against William Jessup (1-20, 1-9 GSAC), it is safe to say that the Warriors gave everyone in the gym a bit of a fright before they finally buckled down and won the match (25-22, 25-20, 25-16).

“That was a very ugly match. We did not play up to our potential at all. I don’t think that anyone on the team would say that that was a good performance,” cringed head Coach Patti Cook.

Westmont, a team with a significantly better record than Jessup, struggled from the moment the match began; while it was apparent that their opponent showed up to play. “We were lazy and really did not want to work hard in order to win the game. William Jessup came out firing in the first game and showed us that we had to snap out of our lull and actually put some effort into this match,” explained Cook.

With a defense that was struggling, there were a couple of players who were able to make plays happen on offense, despite what they were given. Jessica McCann was one of the women who carried tonight’s team. The sophomore tallied eight kills and had a hand in three blocks. “I was pleased by Jessica’s performance. She has been playing great in practices and tonight she executed what she has been working on,” continued Cook.