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  • Saturday, Oct. 4

    • Cross Country
      • WC at Pomona-Pitzer Inv. 8 am
    • Women's Soccer
    • Men's Soccer
    • Volleyball

  • Tuesday, Oct. 7

    • Volleyball
      • WC at Biola, 7 pm

  • Thursday, Oct. 9

    • Men's Tennis
      • WC at ITA Nationals
        Sumert, S.C.

  • Friday, Oct. 10

    • Men's Tennis
      • WC at ITA Nationals
        Sumert, S.C.

  • Saturday, Oct. 11

    • Men's Tennis
      • WC at ITA Nationals
        Sumert, S.C.
    • Cross Country
      • WC at Vanguard Inv. 8:30 am
    • Men's Soccer
      • WC hosts Arizona Chr., 12 pm
    • Women's Soccer
      • WC hosts Arizona Chr., 2:30 pm
    • Volleyball
      • WC hosts Vanguard, 7 pm

  • Sunday, Oct. 12

    • Men's Tennis
      • WC at ITA Nationals
        Sumert, S.C.

  • Tuesday, Oct. 14

    • Volleyball
      • WC at La Sierra, 6:30 pm

  • Friday, Oct. 17

    • Volleyball
      • WC vs. Embry-Riddle (Fla.)
        At The Master's, 4 pm

  • Saturday, Oct. 18
    Homecoming

    • Women's Soccer
      • WC hosts Concordia, 12 pm
    • Men's Soccer
      • WC hosts Concordia, 2:30 pm

  • Tuesday, Oct. 21

    • Men's Soccer
      • WC at Vanguard, 4 pm

  • Wednesday, Oct. 22

    • Women's Soccer
      • WC at Vanguard, 4 pm

  • Thursday, Oct. 23

    • Volleyball
      • WC at Arizona Chr., 7 pm

  • Saturday, Oct. 25

    • Cross Country
      • WC at Biola NAIA West
        Coast Jamboree. 9 am
    • Women's Soccer
      • WC hosts Biola, 12 pm
    • Men's Soccer
      • WC hosts Biola, 2:30 pm
    • Volleyball
      • WC at San Diego Chr., 1 pm

Warriors Gain Road Victory

Submitted by: Ron Smith - October 1st, 2014
Jonathan Yeeles (Photo courtesy Biola Sports Information)

Westmont Men’s Soccer (6-2-1, 3-0-1 GSAC), ranked at number 25 in the NAIA Coaches Poll released yesterday, survived a battle at Al Barbour Field and defeated Biola (4-4-1, 1-1-1 GSAC) by a score of 2-1 on Wednesday night in a Golden State Athletic Conference game.

The Eagles outshot the Warriors 20-12 and placed nine shots on goal to the Warriors’ eight. However, Westmont keeper Josh Glover recorded eight saves to preserve the win.

In the 20th minute, an assaulted on the Eagle’s net led to the first Warrior goal. The first shot from Cody Howen was saved by Biola goalkeeper Joshua Crichton. Jonathan Yeeles collected the rebound and fired off a second shot that was once again saved by Crichton. However, Yeeles pounded away again off yet another rebound and this time found the netting.

The Warriors’ second goal came three minutes into the second half. Matt Lariviere beat a defender and then sent a high shot over the keeper’s head.

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Warriors and Mustangs Battle to Scoreless Tie

Submitted by: Ron Smith - September 28th, 2014
Brandon Talsma

After 110 minutes of play, Westmont Men’s Soccer (5-2-1, 2-0-1 GSAC) settled for a 0-0 tie with The Masters (3-5-1, 0-1-1) on Saturday at Thorrington Field. The game was part of a day in which every Golden State Athletic Conference men’s soccer game went into overtime.

“It was a dogfight and probably a fair result today,” said assistant coach Johnny Whallon. “It was good for us to be in a tight, competitive match – an authentic GSAC game. Overall, we played a sound game and simply were unlucky not to get a couple in there.”

Both teams had opportunities to score with a total of 35 shots (21 for the Warriors), but the goalkeepers produced a combined 13 saves to keep the game scoreless. Westmont keeper Josh Glover, who notched five saves, recorded his third shutout. He also has two shared shutouts with freshman teammate Spencer Petty.

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Men’s Soccer Ends Drought

Submitted by: Ron Smith - September 23rd, 2014
Jonathan Yeeles

The seniors were on a mission, and supplied the motivation in Westmont Men’s Soccer’s 2-0 Golden State Athletic Conference victory over the Hawks of San Diego Christian (1-6, 0-1 GSAC). At least one drought in California is over.

“Our seniors had never beaten San Diego Christian,” reported Westmont head coach Dave Wolf. “They were determined not to have their careers end that way.”

Though Westmont (5-2, 2-0) held a 14-5 series advantage coming into the game, all five of the losses had come in the last three years – three of them in overtime games.

“I think it was a mature performance in a difficult setting to play in and against an opponent that has been very difficult for us to beat,” said Wolf. “The field wasn’t great at Cuyamaca Community College and it was very warm. It had all of the features of a long afternoon. But the guys gave what I would characterize as a very professional performance. We got a goal in each half and then we did a decent bit of defending, especially right at the beginning of the second half. San Diego Christian came out energized and they were fighting hard to get the game on level terms. We had to survive a little bit for the first 15 minutes of the second half. Then we got back ahold of things.”

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Warriors Sweep Player of the Week Honors

Submitted by: Ron Smith - September 23rd, 2014
Josh Glover (left) and Wilton Quintero

Westmont’s Wilton Quintero of Temple City and Josh Glover of Norwich, England have been named the Golden State Athletic Conference Men’s Soccer Players of the Week. Quintero received the offensive award while Glover earned the defensive recognition.

The Warriors (4-2, 1-0 GSAC) posted two wins last week, defeating Marymount 3-2 on Tuesday and William Jessup 5-0 on Saturday.

Against Marymount, Quintero scored a goal in the 65th minute. Rodrigo Diaz-Valdes received a throw-in from the left sideline and passed the ball to Tanner Wolf. The junior midfielder in turn passed the ball to Quintero who fired a bullet from 28 yards away. The ball bounced underneath the Mariners’ keeper and into the net.

Two minutes into the game against William Jessup, Quintero scored the goal winner on a penalty kick. In the 75th minute, Quintero recorded an assist when he fed Diaz-Valdes the ball as the latter was charging toward the opponent’s net.

Warriors Gift Wrap Win for Coach

Submitted by: Ron Smith - September 20th, 2014
Wilton Quintero

On the day when Westmont Men’s Soccer head coach Dave Wolf and his wife Jill celebrated their 23rd wedding anniversary, his team (4-2, 1-0 GSAC) delivered a 5-0 Golden State Athletic Conference season-opening win over William Jessup (1-3, 0-1 GSAC).

“The start of the game was a huge help for us,” said Westmont assistant coach Johnny Whallon. “Austin Lack got around the corner and did a good job of staying up on the first point of contact. He then got by the goalie and was fouled.”

As a result, William Jessup goalkeeper Zach Kammerer was issued a yellow card and Westmont was awarded a penalty kick. Wilton Quintero took the honors for the penalty kick and delivered the ball into the net to make it a 1-0 game.

“There was a lull to our playing for quite a while after the first goal,” noted Whallon. “It was nice to have the second goal to give us a little bit of breathing room.”

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Late Goal Gives Warriors the Win

Submitted by: Ron Smith - September 16th, 2014
Tanner Wolf

Westmont Men’s Soccer (3-2) earned its first win at home this season, posting a 3-2 win over Marymount California (2-3-2) on Tuesday afternoon at Thorrington Field.

The Warriors fell behind in the 13th minute when the Mariners’ Jonas Springer received a pass from Kevin Faye on the right side and drilled it into the Warriors’ net.

“I was proud of the way the guys were able to get on steady ground after the first 15 minutes,” said Westmont head coach Dave Wolf. “I thought we weren’t very alert out of the gate and they were on us. Even after they scored, we were able to keep fairly level and slowly work our way back into the game until we scored. After we scored, I thought we were pretty good.”

That first Westmont score came in the 37th minute after Tanner Wolf forwarded a pass to Matt Lariviere on the right side. Lariviere beat a defender on the dribble and then outmaneuvered the Marymount goalkeeper before firing into an empty net from 25 yards out.

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Warriors Fall in Overtime

Submitted by: Ron Smith - September 13th, 2014
Muhammad Mehai

Despite outshooting Kansas Wesleyan 15-9 and placing six shots on goal to the Coyotes’ (pronounced KY-yohts) four, Westmont Men’s Soccer (2-2) suffered a 1-0 loss in overtime today at Thorrington Field.

“I thought we looked very good in the first half,” said Westmont head coach Dave Wolf. “In the second half, we weren’t quite as sharp. When you don’t score a goal when you are playing well, it gets very difficult in this game.”

In the first half, Westmont held a 10-4 shot advantage, but couldn’t find the back of the net. The second half saw a more balanced stat sheet with Westmont posting four shots on goal to Kansa Wesleyan’s three.

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1989 Warriors to Reunite

Submitted by: Ron Smith - September 9th, 2014
Captains Peter Bourland, Michael Avery and Rob Ring accept the 1989 NAIA District III Championship Trophy.

A celebration is in the making to commemorate the success 25 years ago of the 1989 Westmont men’s soccer team. The squad of 20 individuals and two coaches won the NAIA District III Playoffs and then advanced to the NAIA National Championship where they reached the semifinal round.

This coming Saturday, September 13, the 1989 Warrior team will gather on the Westmont campus to cheer on the 2014 team, share stories from the past and renew acquaintances. Team captains Mike Avery and Rob Ring and head coach Bob Fortosis will be among the 13-15 members of the team expected to attend.

The Warriors won 18 games that season while dropping only three and tying three. In the District III playoffs, The Warriors defeated Biola 5-0 in the first game and then claimed the championship with a 4-0 win over The Master’s.

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