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  • Wednesday, April 16

    • Women's Tennis
      • GSAC Championship
        Semifinals
        Indian Wells Tennis Gardens
        WC 5 Concordia 0
        Live Stats
    • Men's Tennis
      • GSAC Championship
        Semifinals
        Indian Wells Tennis Gardens
        Concordia 5 WC 4
        Live Stats

  • Thursday, April 17

    • Women's Tennis
      • GSAC Championship
        Finals
        Indian Wells Tennis Gardens
        Vangaurd 5 WC 3
        Live Stats

  • Wednesday, April 23

    • Women's Tennis
      • Ojai Tournament

  • Thursday, April 24

    • Women's Tennis
      • Ojai Tournament

  • Friday, April 25

    • Men's Tennis
      • Ojai Tournament
    • Women's Tennis
      • Ojai Tournament
    • Track & Field
      • GSAC Championships
        At Westmont, 10 am
    • Baseball
      • The Master's at WC, 3 pm

  • Saturday, April 26

    • Men's Tennis
      • Ojai Tournament
    • Women's Tennis
      • Ojai Tournament
    • Track & Field
      • GSAC Championships
        At Westmont, 10 am
    • Baseball
      • The Master's at WC
        Doubleheader, 12 pm

  • Sunday, April 27

    • Men's Tennis
      • Ojai Tournament
    • Women's Tennis
      • Ojai Tournament

Wynne and Vanguard Play Spoiler Again

Submitted by: jwyatt - March 9th, 2014
John Moore draws up a play during a timeout against Vanguard

By Jordan Wyatt:

Riding the momentum of Thursday’s upset win over the fourth-seeded Eagles of Biola, fifth-seeded Westmont Men’s Basketball (18-12) ventured south to Costa Mesa for a semifinal battle in “The Pit” with ninth-ranked Vanguard (26-6) – the league’s top seed.

At stake for the two sides was a Golden State Athletic Conference Tournament Championship Game berth, which is to be played this upcoming Tuesday against third-seeded #23 Hope International (22-9) at a site to be determined. The Royals defeated seventh-seeded The Masters 61-56 in Fullerton to win their eighth straight game.

Coming into this season, Westmont has traditionally dominated the matchup. Dating back to 2009, the Warriors have boasted 10 consecutive victories over the Lions, holding a 56-21 record overall. This year, however, Vanguard has had the upper hand, defeating Westmont twice in regular-season competition.

[Box Score]

Déjà Vu, Warriors Through to Round Two

Submitted by: jwyatt - March 7th, 2014
Westmont team captain Marcus Farrand positions himself for a rebound

By Jordan Wyatt:

“I believe that we will win” was the home-side cry inside Chase Gymnasium in La Mirada, with “Whiteout Westmont” as the Biola prerogative Thursday evening, as Westmont Men’s Basketball (18-11) met the Eagles (16-15) on the hardwood for the second time in six days.

The Warriors took the first matchup 65-60 to wrap up regular-season play, earning John Moore’s squad the fifth-seed in the Golden State Athletic Conference Tournament. With the loss, Biola garnered the fourth-seed and the first round encore was set in stone.

Tonight, in the 106th meeting between the two teams, Westmont prevailed again to notch their seventh win against their longtime rivals in the past eight match ups. In reminiscent form of last Saturday’s showdown, the Warriors won by a score of 70-66, and now leads the all-time series 56-49.

C.J. Miller Double Dips in GSAC Honors

Submitted by: jwyatt - March 4th, 2014
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By Jordan Wyatt:

This afternoon, the Golden State Athletic Conference announced that Westmont’s C.J. Miller has been named to the 2013-14 GSAC Men’s Basketball All-Conference Team presented by Under Armour. This is his second career appearance on the list – 2011-12.

Miller, a 6-7 senior forward, currently ranks third in the conference in scoring, averaging 18.2 points per GSAC contest. Behind his prolific scoring numbers resides a 52.6 percent field goal percentage, along with a 39.6 percent mark from beyond the three-point arc. Within the conference, these averages place fourth and eighth respectively.

The native of La Verne is also a force on the glass, ranking third in the GSAC in rebounding with 8.9 boards per game. A large portion of these have come on the offensive end, where Miller is averaging 3.1 per contest – second overall.

Miller’s Career-High Champions Westmont on Senior Night

Submitted by: jwyatt - March 2nd, 2014
C.J. Miller slams home a breakaway dunk against Biola

By Jordan Wyatt:

Torrential rains did not discourage fans from sardining themselves into a “pinked-out,” sold-out, Murchison Gymnasium Saturday evening to witness Westmont Men’s Basketball’s Golden State Athletic Conference regular-season finale against longtime rival #25 Biola.

Senior honorees Mantas Drungys, Marcus Farrand, Brendan Hill, C.J. Miller, and Jason Ritchey culminated their Kammerer Court careers in victorious fashion, as the Warriors (17-11, 6-8 GSAC) notched a 65-60 Play 4Kay “Beat Cancer, Beat Biola,” senior night triumph over the Eagles (16-14, 6-8).

“A great senior night was aided by a big response from our crowd,” remarked Westmont head coach John Moore. “Sometimes the crowd gives you an extra 10 to 15 points, so we owe a big thank you to all of the fans who came to support us tonight.”

[Men's GSAC Tournament Schedule] [Box Score] [More Photos]

Beat Biola, Beat Cancer

Submitted by: Ron Smith - February 26th, 2014
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On Saturday night, Westmont Men’s and Women’s Basketball will host rival Biola in the final game of the regular season. The game will also serve as Westmont’s Play 4Kay night in which proceeds raised from a number of activities will go to the Kay Yow Cancer Fund to help support cancer research. Kay Yow was the head coach at North Carolina who died of cancer in 2009.

Kenon Neal, a member of the Westmont family, will be honored for her fight against cancer during halftime of the women’s game. Neal will be introduced by Sandi White of Westmont who is recovering from her own battle with cancer.

During halftime of the men’s game, former Los Angeles Laker and Oregon State basketball player and coach Jay Carty will speak to the crowd. Carty is also a cancer survivor.

Fans are encouraged to help “Pink Out” the gym by wearing pink to the games on Saturday. The women’s game begins at 5:30 and the men’s at 7:30. A silent auction of customized player’s shooting shirts (men’s and women’s) will be held during each game and fans will also have the opportunity to purchase limited edition “Love Westmont” T-shirts. After the game, a free ice cream social will be held in the gym with participants encouraged to donate at least one dollar.

Miller Nets 26 as Westmont Downs Concordia

Submitted by: jwyatt - February 26th, 2014
Senior forward C.J. Miller scores two of his game-high 26 points

By Jordan Wyatt:

“Hard-fought:” the simple, yet all-encompassing expression that Westmont head coach John Moore uttered when describing his Warriors’ (16-11, 5-8 GSAC) 67-55 Golden State Athletic Conference victory over the Eagles of Concordia (19-10, 6-7) Tuesday night.

“Concordia always forces you to play a tenacious game,” explained Moore. “Our guys played really hard, especially in the second half. I’m so proud of how our guys battled and preformed tonight.”

Guided by C.J. Miller (26 points — one point shy of his career-high mark of 27 on February 21, 2012 — 11 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 block), the Warriors commanded the rock early. The senior scored the team’s first six points, surpassing 1,300 career points with his opening bucket. He now ranks at 18th all-time (1,326) on Westmont’s career scoring list.

[Box Score][More Photos]

There Truly is No Place like Home

Submitted by: jwyatt - February 23rd, 2014
Westmont senior Mantas Drungys

By Jordan Wyatt:

Westmont Men’s Basketball is a stellar 11-2 when competing inside the friendly confines of Murchison Gymnasium this year, with one such victory (72-68) on January 30 over Golden State Athletic Conference foe Arizona Christian. On the road, however, the Warriors are far from prosperous, amassing just a 2-8 record outside of Santa Barbara.

On Saturday afternoon, another far-off land was again not-so-nice to the road team wearing maroon, as the Warriors (15-11, 4-8 GSAC) dropped their fourth-straight conference game, this time in Phoenix to the #25 Firestorm (21-6, 7-5), 75-62.

For the first time in 26 games this season, Westmont was outrebounded by double-digits. In 22-of-26 games, the Warriors have collected more boards than the opposing team – by an average of 11 rebounds per game. Yet, the Firestorm decimated Westmont on the glass, 42-26.

Warriors Drop a Double-Overtime Thriller

Submitted by: jwyatt - February 19th, 2014
Westmont Sophomore Billy Keller

By Jordan Wyatt:

The surging Mustangs of The Master’s (17-9, 5-6 GSAC) have now won three-straight Golden State Athletic Conference contests after besting Westmont Men’s Basketball (15-10, 4-7) 85-84 in double-overtime Tuesday evening in Santa Clarita. The Warriors now sit at 2-8 on the season in games that they play away from Murchison Gymnasium.

The defeat drops the Warriors – who took the first matchup between the two teams in Santa Barbara 58-50 – into a two-way tie for seventh within the conference with San Diego Christian. Furthermore, John Moore’s squad has now dropped three-straight games in league play.

“Tonight was a different kind of tough loss,” explained Moore. “The team played well, shot well and competed with a lot of Warrior intensity. We just didn’t knock down enough free throws and couldn’t come up with the big shot when we had to. Still, we made a lot of progress as a team and competed in a very hostile environment. It was just a great college basketball game.”

[Box Score]

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