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  • Thursday, Feb. 4

    • Baseball
      • WC 16 Providence Chr. 5



  • Tuesday, Feb. 9

    • Women's Basketball
      • WC at Ariz. Christian
        5:30 pm MST/4:30 pm PST
    • Men's Basketball
      • WC at Ariz. Christian
        7:30 pm MST/6:30 pm PST

  • Friday, Feb. 12

    • Men's Tennis
      • WC at Azusa Pacific, 1:30 pm
    • Baseball
      • British Columbia at WC, 2 pm

  • Saturday, Feb. 13

    • Track & Field
      • WC at Soka Indoor
        Invitational, 10:30 am
    • Baseball
      • British Columbia at WC, 12 pm
    • Men's Tennis
      • WC at Hope Int'l, 1 pm
    • Women's Tennis
      • WC at Hope Int'l, 1 pm
    • Women's Basketball
      • Biola at WC, 5:30 pm
    • Men's Basketball
      • Biola at WC, 7:30 pm

  • Sunday, Feb. 14

    • Baseball
      • British Columbia at WC, 2 pm

  • Thursday, Feb. 18

    • Women's Basketball
      • The Master's at WC, 5:30 pm
    • Men's Basketball
      • The Master's at WC, 7:30 pm

  • Friday, Feb. 19

    • Baseball
      • Menlo at WC, 2 pm

  • Saturday, Feb. 20

    • Track & Field
      • WC hosts UCSB,
        Pepperdine, 10:00 am
        Schedule
    • Baseball
      • Menlo at WC
        Doubleheader, 11 am
    • Women's Tennis
      • Biola at WC, 11 am
    • Men's Tennis
      • Biola at WC, 1 pm
    • Men's Basketball
      • The Master's at WC, 5:30 pm
    • Women's Basketball
      • The Master's at WC, 7:30 pm

  • Tuesday, Feb. 23

    • Baseball
      • WC at Hope Int'l, 6 pm

  • Thursday, Feb. 25

    • Women's Basketball
      • WC at Wm. Jessup, 5:30 pm
    • Men's Basketball
      • WC at Wm. Jessup, 7:30 pm

  • Friday, Feb. 26

    • Baseball
      • WC at Biola, 2 pm

  • Saturday, Feb. 27

    • Track & Field
      • WC at Rossi Relays, 12 pm
    • Men's Tennis
      • San Diego Chr. at WC, 1 pm
    • Women's Tennis
      • San Diego Chr. at WC, 1 pm
    • Baseball
      • WC at Biola
        Doubleheader, 2 pm
    • Women's Basketball
      • WC at Menlo, 2:00 pm
    • Men's Basketball
      • WC at Menlo, 4:00 pm

Sean Shines in Santa Clarita

Submitted by: Ron Smith - February 3rd, 2016
Sean Harman

Sean Harman tallied a career high 27-points – 24 in the first half – to lead #16 Westmont Men’s Basketball (17-5, 6-3 GSAC) to a 106-83 Golden State Athletic Conference win over the Mustangs of The Master’s College (4-14, 1-9). Harman made 10 of 12 from the floor including six of seven from beyond the arc.

“Sean and I had a good meeting earlier in the week. The way things were going, we didn’t know if Cory (Blau) was going to be available tonight,” explained Westmont head coach John Moore. “And with Hayden Anderson out, Sean was going to have to take on more of the scoring load. He is capable.”

Blau was questionable up until game time because of an injury experienced during the Vanguard game.

“Sean is a lot like Cory in terms of his confidence and his competitiveness. He is sometimes just a little too careful. I don’t want him to be careful. – I want him to be assertive.”

[box score]

Warrior Defense Detains Mustangs

Submitted by: Kaci Mexico - February 3rd, 2016
Krissy Karr ( Photo by Nate Kurtzman).

By Kaci Mexico
February 2, 2016

With two double-doubles by sophomore Lauren McCoy (17 points and 17 rebounds) and junior Aysia Shellmire (15 points and 10 rebounds) and an outstanding 20 points by senior Krissy Karr, #2 Westmont Women’s Basketball (19-3, 8-1) earned a 66-59 Golden State Athletic Conference victory over #10 The Master’s College (19-3, 9-1). This was The Master’s College first GSAC loss.

After a close first half, the Warriors found themselves down 26-28 going into the third quarter.

Two minutes and twenty seconds into the third quarter, the Warriors went on a vital eight-point run to take a seven point lead (39-32) – a lead that they would sustain for the remainder of the game. This run began with a jump shot by Shellmire, assisted by junior Aimee Brakken; junior Cora Chan added a layup; and McCoy followed with back-to-back layups. The Warrior’s outscored the Master’s 22-13 in the third quarter.

The Mustangs answered by scoring four points within the first minute of the fourth quarter to close the gap to only four points (44-48). The Warriors silenced this momentum when they followed with a six-point run to gain a 10-point lead. McCoy had a jump shot and the subsequent free-throw, and Karr notched a three-pointer.

Warriors Fall to Mustangs

Submitted by: Kaci Mexico - February 1st, 2016
Ines Costamagna ( Photo by Brad Elliott).

Ninth ranked Westmont Women’s Tennis fell to the Division I Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Mustangs 7-0 in their season opener.

In singles play, the Mustangs prevailed in all six matchups: Emily Gibbens defeated Ines Ccostamagna 6-2, 6-1; Oleynik defeated Isabel Lee 6-1, 6-1; Bryn Bacharach defeated Haley Strandness 6-3, 6-2; Molly Reed defeated Zarina Huber 7-5, 6-0; Dane Joubert defeated Fernanda Rivera; and Abigail Bacharach defeated Chloe Clement 6-0, 6-1.

“Singles was tough all around as we were outplayed in most matches,” explained head coach Kendyll McManigal. “The most competitive were Haley playing at number three and Zarina at number four. Each of their first sets was a battle; however Cal Poly gained control in each of the second sets.”

In doubles play the Mustangs won the number two and three matchups: Oleynik and Bryn Bacharach defeated Strandness and Lee 6-3; and Abigail Bacharach and Reed triumphed over Celement and Rivera 6-0.

Warriors Race to First in Opening Meet

Submitted by: Ron Smith - January 31st, 2016
Becky Collier(Photo by Nate Kurtzman)

Westmont Track and Field opened the 2016 season by hosting the On Your Marks Invitational on Saturday. The Warriors claimed both the men’s and women’s team competitions, winning each by more than 100 points.

The Westmont women scored 276 points with Concordia (Calif.) taking second with 92 points. Vanguard (63 points) edged William Jessup (62 points) to claim third place. In the men’s competition, Westmont scored 291.5 points while Vanguard claimed second with 101 points.

Westmont’s Becky Collier won the women’s high jump while earning an automatic qualification for the NAIA Indoor National Championships. Collier cleared 1.65 meters (5-5). Ali Johnson claimed a win in the 800 meters with a time of 2:26.73 while Jessica Meyers won the women’s mile in a time of 5:17.54. Olivia Wood crossed the finish line of the women’s 3,000 meter in a time of 11:12.48 to claim first place.

Westmont entered four teams in the women’s 4 x 400 meters and the Warriors finished first through fourth. Melissa McCormick, Brianna Stoppa, Abigail White and Taryn Phipps came in first with a time of 4:12.47.

[results] [photos]

Warriors Move Game Inside

Submitted by: Ron Smith - January 30th, 2016
Sean Harman

Westmont Men’s Basketball (16-5, 5-3 GSAC) went big when they needed to and it paid off with a 94-88 Golden State Athletic Conference victory over San Diego Christian (9-9, 2-6). Without the services of the NAIA’s top two three-point shooter – Cory Blau and Hayden Anderson – Westmont looked to accentuate its inside game and did so to the tune of 60 points in the paint.

“Sean McDonnell and Olisa Nwachie shot a combined 80 percent (16 of 20),” noted Westmont head coach John Moore. “Our big guys took advantage of the inside and made their free throws too. Olisa had his best game as a Warrior and is coming into his own. We needed both of them to play up to the level they must with Cory Blau and Hayden Anderson out of the lineup today.”

McDonnell finished the game with 23 points on 10 of 13 shooting while Nwachie made six of seven shots on his way 16 points and four assists.

The game was tightly contested throughout with 16 ties and 14 lead changes.

[box score]

Warriors Bounce Back

Submitted by: Kaci Mexico - January 30th, 2016
Aimee Brakken ( Photo by Nate Kurtzman).

By Kaci Mexico
January 30, 2016

Second ranked Westmont Women’s Basketball (18-3, 7-1 GSAC) revealed their resilience when they defeated San Diego Christian (5-11, 0-8) by a score of 64 to 37 in their second away game in a week.

“I am really proud of our team effort tonight,” expressed head coach Kirsten Moore. “With our floor leader Krissy on the bench with an injury, everyone else stepped up and secured an important win on the road.”

The Warriors dominated the first half, outscoring the Hawks 34-16. Junior Aimee Brakken earned a six-point run when she scored back-to-back three-pointers to end the first quarter. Then she ignited another six-point run in the middle of the second quarter with a three-pointer. Senior Karlie Storkson followed with a three-pointer of her own.

Warriors Split with Owls

Submitted by: Ron Smith - January 30th, 2016
Michael Rishwain

Westmont Baseball, ranked 16th in the NAIA, split a doubleheader with Oregon Tech on Saturday to take two out of three in the opening weekend series. The Warriors won the first game 5-4 by scoring a single run in five consecutive innings. The Owls prevailed in the series finale 2-1.

Senior Alex Bush started the first game for the Warriors and pitched four innings, allowing two runs on four hits. Bush struck out three and walked two. Senior Michael Rishwain relieved Bush in the fifth inning and picked up the win while allowing two runs (one earned) over three innings of work. Zach DeMarcus and Sam Sheehan pitched the eighth and ninth respectively, each retiring the side in order. Sheehan was awarded a save.

Bush, who also served as the designated hitter, led the charge for the Warriors’ offense, producing four hits in five at bats,

Michael Frigon led off the bottom of the third inning with a double down the right field line. Bush singled up the middle, advancing Frigon to third. Derrick Rodigo singled through the right side to score Frigon and initiate the run-an-inning sequence for the next five innings.

[game one box] [game one photos] [game two box] [game two photos]

Warriors Deliver Win in Season Opener

Submitted by: Ron Smith - January 29th, 2016
Michael Stefanic

Michael Stefanic went four for five at the plate and drove in five runs to help #16 Westmont Baseball claim a 12-4 win in its season opener against Oregon Tech (0-1). The sophomore second baseman produced two RBI doubles, an RBI triple and a single. He also scored twice and was credited with a stolen base.

The Warriors fell behind early, giving up two runs in the top of the first, but Westmont roared back in the bottom of the third with six runs on five hits.

“I was really excited to see the way the guys came out with good energy, competed well and stayed pretty even throughout all nine innings,” said Westmont head coach Robert Ruiz. “I wasn’t excited about giving up two runs in the first inning, but I was really happy to see how our team kept their composure, stayed even and continued to play the game the right way.”

Catcher Jarrett Costa led off the bottom of the third with a single to center and was relieved on the base pads by courtesy runner Alika McGuire. After shortstop Austin McGilvra reached on an error, advancing McGuire to first, Michael Frigon beat out a bunt for a base hit to load the bases. That brought up Stefanic who deposited the ball in left field for an RBI double that scored McGuire and McGilvra and advanced Frigon to third.

[box score] [photos]

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