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  • Saturday, August 29

    • Men's Soccer
    • Women's Soccer

  • Friday, Sept. 4

    • Men's Soccer
      • WC at Rio Grande (Ohio)
          7 pm EDT/4 pm PDT
    • Volleyball
      • At The Master's
          WC vs. CSU San Marocs
            4 pm
          WC vs. Carroll (Mont.), 7 pm

  • Saturday, Sept. 5

    • Cross Country
      • WC hosts the
        Nationalball Classic vs.
        Chase Palm Park
        8:30 am
    • Men's Soccer
      • WC at Rio Grande (Ohio)
          4 pm EDT/1 pm PDT

  • Tuesday, Sept. 8

    • Volleyball
      • WC hosts Capilano (B.C.)
            7 pm

  • Wednesday, Sept. 9

    • Men's Soccer
      • WC at Marymount, 7:30 pm

  • Friday, Sept. 11

    • Volleyball
      • WC hosts Wm. Jessup, 7 pm

  • Saturday, Sept. 12

    • Women's Soccer
      • WC hosts Claremont
            12:30 pm
    • Men's Soccer
      • WC hosts Sierra Nev., 3 pm
    • Volleyball
      • WC hosts Menlo, 7 pm

  • Wednesday, Sept. 16

    • Women's Soccer
      • WC at Soka, 5 pm

  • Friday, Sept. 18

    • Volleyball
      • WC at San Diego Chr.
            7:30 pm

  • Saturday, Sept. 19

    • Cross Country
      • WC at the Mustang Inv., 8 am
    • Men's Soccer
      • WC at Fresno Pacific, 7 pm
    • Women's Soccer
      • WC at Azusa Pacific, 7 pm
    • Volleyball
      • WC at Arizona Chr., 7 pm

  • Tuesday, Sept. 22

    • Women's Soccer
      • WC at San Diego Chr., 12 pm
    • Volleyball
      • WC at Biola, 7 pm

  • Wednesday, Sept. 23

    • Men's Soccer
      • WC at San Diego Chr., 2 pm

  • Saturday, Sept. 26

    • Men's Soccer
      • WC hosts Hope Int'l, 12 pm
    • Women's Soccer
      • WC hosts Hope Int'l, 2:30 pm
    • Volleyball
      • WC hosts Vanguard, 7 pm

Warriors Open Season with Hard Earned Win

Submitted by: Ron Smith - August 29th, 2015
Brandon Talsma

Blake Joyner, Andrew Lack and Brandon Talsma combined for a goal in the 83rd minute to break a stalemate and give Westmont a 1-0 win over the Lakers of Roosevelt (Ill.) on Saturday afternoon at Thorrington Field. The game was the season opener for both programs.

Roosevelt came into the game boasting a potent offense that tallied 75 goals last season. True to form, the Lakers found opportunities and fired off 19 shots over the course of 90 minutes, six of which were on frame. The Warriors kept pace with the Lakers, however, producing 18 shots of their own, and also tallied six on goal.

Westmont goalkeeper Josh Glover produced five saves with two spectacular denials coming in the opening minutes of the second. A shot by the Lakers’ Jose Garcia from the top of the box in the 50th minute was headed on a line to the top right corner. However, Glover jumped to the left and deflected it with his right hand.

In the 53rd minute, Garcia drilled a corner kick from the left side to 5 yards in front of the goal at the near post where Evan Trychta flicked his head, sending the ball on a trajectory to the far post. Glover responded with cat like instincts, got both hands on the ball and pushed it to his right. Muhammad Mehai collected the ball and sent it safely down the field.

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Men’s Soccer Looking for Great Launch to Next Half-Century

Submitted by: Ron Smith - August 27th, 2015
2015 Men's Soccer Team

Westmont Men’s Soccer turns 50 this year and looks to continue the Warriors’ winning tradition into a new half-century. Armed with an experienced roster mixed with some quality recruits, Westmont head coach Dave Wolf has designs on this year’s team reaching the next level.

“We are certainly on an upward trajectory and have been for a while,” said Wolf. “It is a good place to be, a positive place to be and an optimistic place to be. I also feel like we are at a critical juncture. For us to take that next step and continue an upward trajectory, we have to go and do something this year.”

Westmont Men’s Soccer is no stranger to success. In its first 50 years, the Warriors played 998 games and posted a .660 winning percentage (609-290-99). The Westmont program claims one NAIA National Championship (1972) and 17 national championship appearances.

“When you look at the landscape of college soccer, any program that is averaging double-digit victories each season on an annual basis is doing something very difficult to do,” asserted Wolf. “Just the pure mathematics of it is very impressive.”

Coaches’ Sons Provide Special Moment in Bryant Cup

Submitted by: Ron Smith - August 22nd, 2015
Wilton Quintero

Westmont Men’s Soccer and UC Santa Barbara renewed their rivalry on Saturday night in the 53rd edition of the Bryant Cup. The Gauchos won the exhibition game by a score of 4-1, improving their series advantage to 26-23-4.

“I am grateful that UCSB has been willing to continue to play this game,” said Westmont head coach Dave Wolf after the game. “I think this is a spectacular soccer community and has been for many years. UCSB has elevated it considerably in the last 15 years. I’m glad that we are still able to be a part of it. It’s an honor to play on this field and in front of fans of Santa Barbara. We believe, as they do, that it’s the best college soccer town in America.”

As for the game itself, the word that first came to mind for Wolf was, “disappointed.”

The Gauchos took a 1-0 lead in the sixth minute on a penalty kick by Drew Murphy. The penalty kick was the result of Westmont tackling a UCSB player in the box, an action which Wolf described as “a poor decision”.

UC Santa Barbara scored twice more in the first half, once by Nick DePuy in the 28th minute and once by Kevin Feucht in the 44th minute.

Men’s Soccer Announces Seven Recruits

Submitted by: Ron Smith - April 29th, 2015
Westmont signed seven recruits for the 2015 season. (Left to right: Dash Wulterin, Tim Heiduk, Sam Martin, Asher Booth, Collin Scott, Gabe Thurner. Not pictured: Jeremiah Anderson).

Westmont Men’s Soccer has announced the signing of seven recruits for the Class of 2015. These student-athletes, with an outstanding combined grade-point average of 3.83, will matriculate at Westmont in the fall. All reside in California, four from Southern California, one from the Central Valley, and two from the Bay Area.

“This is an exciting class that will add depth and talent to our already strong returning nucleus of 20 players,” said Westmont head coach Dave Wolf. “We have a vibrant program right now, and are thrilled to be adding a group of players who have distinguished themselves both on the soccer field and in the classroom. Each of these recruits has visited campus multiple times and it is clear that each is the right ‘fit’ for our program.”

The incoming class consists of Jeremiah Anderson from San Jose, Asher Booth from San Diego, Tim Heiduk of Goleta, Sam Martin from Fresno, Collin Scott of Solona Beach, Gabe Thurner of Pleasanton and Dash Wulterin from Orange.

“This is a talented recruiting class,” Wolf commented, “All seven have played at a high level of club soccer and have participated in the top regional and national club tournaments in America. The coaching staff is confident that this class will be able to make an immediate impact on the field next fall.

The Season is over for Men’s Soccer

Submitted by: Ron Smith - November 5th, 2014
Patrick Wynne

The season has come to a premature end for Westmont Men’s Soccer (8-6-2) which fell to The Master’s (10-8-1) in the first round of the Golden State Athletic Conference Championship. The Mustangs scored a goal in each half to claim a 2-1 win and move on to the semifinals where they will match up with top-seeded Hope International (13-4-1).

“I have seen today’s game before,” said Westmont head coach Dave Wolf. “Between the boxes, I thought we played beautifully. There wasn’t a game this year that I didn’t enjoy watching our team play. But in the end, if you can’t turn good territorial play – good possession and good passing rhythm – into goals, then you are going to see games like today.”

The Master’s scored first in the game, taking a 1-0 lead in the 29th minute. Zach Klindworth passed the ball to GSAC Player of the Year Humphrey Mahowa who beat a Warrior defender to get open and then put the ball in the net.

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Warrior Trio Makes All-GSAC

Submitted by: Ron Smith - November 5th, 2014
All-GSAC honorees Joshua Glover, Muhammad Mehai, Tanner Wolf. (left to right)

Included on the 2014 All-Golden State Athletic Conference Men’s Soccer Team are three Warriors:

   · Red shirt sophomore goalkeeper Joshua Glover of Norwich, England
   · Junior defender Muhammad Mehai of Carpinteria
   · Junior midfielder Tanner Wolf of Santa Barbara

As the Warriors’ stopper, Glover leads the GSAC with a goals-against average of 0.92 this season. He has tallied 57 saves and has a record of 7-5-2. Glover has also notched three shutouts and two combined shutouts.

Men’s Soccer to Host First Round Game

Submitted by: Ron Smith - 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

Warriors Finish Regular Season with Win

Submitted by: Ron Smith - October 29th, 2014
Jonathan Yeeles

Westmont Men’s Soccer (8-5-2, 5-3-2 GSAC) ended the Golden State Athletic Conference regular season with a 3-1 win at William Jessup (5-9-1, 1-7-1). The Warriors scored all three of their goals in the first half.

“I think the first half was outstanding,” offered Westmont head coach Dave Wolf. “To come here and be up 3-0 at halftime – it looked a little bit like we got a little bit of our swagger back. This has not been an easy place for GSAC teams to come. So, I felt very positive at halftime.”

Westmont got on the scoreboard in the 19th minute when Tanner Wolf fired a shot after receiving a pass from Cody Howen.

“I got the ball from out wide and I turned,” described Howen. “Coach has been encouraging us to be calmer around the 18 with a demand to score goals but to try to stay composed and be patient. I love finding Tanner because I know that it is going to be good. I was on the left corner of the 18. He shot it from a couple of yards outside the 18.”

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