Monthly Archives: March 2018

LOCAL ROUNDUP: Chargers claim Cougar Classic crown

Dos Pueblos senior Dylan Kelley had a strong day on the mound and at the plate to lead the Chargers to the championship of the Cougar Classic in Cucamonga on Thursday. …

WESTMONT 8-7, ARIZONA CHRISTIAN 0-2

The Warriors swept a pair from Arizona Christian at Russ Carr Field to improve to 21-12 overall and 15-10 in GSAC play. more

‘J’ Is for Journalism

Three years at Westmont College landed Julia Lee a degree in business and good friends through track competitions, but she found her passion in racial justice. more

Santa Barbara Grunion Rugby Turns 40

Forty years after its founding, the Santa Barbara Grunion Rugby Football Club continues to have a bloody good time. … After finishing a tremendous season with a defeat in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Women’s Basketball National Championship game, Westmont College sophomore Joy Krupa received what she considers the greatest honor ​— ​the NAIA Hustle Award. more

BizHawk: Variant Training Lab Uses Data to Enhance Performance

If you ask Evan Pratt, the philosophy behind his business, Variant Training Lab, is simple: Movement matters. … Originally from Chicago, he found Santa Barbara through Westmont College, getting a degree in kinesiology in 2012. The 27-year-old founded the lab, choosing the word “Variant” to show that it was different. more

CHP Officers Tell of Harrowing Escape from Montecito Debris Flow

In the early morning hours of Jan. 9, a mud-covered California Highway Patrol vehicle came racing down Olive Mill Road to the Montecito Inn, where one of the officers yelled warnings to people to get inside, because a mudflow was coming. … He is the one that yelled warnings to Montecito Inn people — which Westmont College kinesiology professor Tom Walters remembers as, “Go inside, the flood is coming.” more

Gaydos, Sanders Outstanding in Westmont Wins

Westmont allowed just one earned run over both games of a doubleheader as the Warriors posted wins of 8-0 and 7-2 over Arizona Christian. David Gaydos started the first game for the Warriors and picked up his fifth win of the season against three losses. Gaydos pitched seven scoreless innings, allowing just four hits while producing two strikeouts. more

Diamond Disappointment

Westmont College kept using an on-point throwing touch to plug the holes in Wednesday’s baseball game against Arizona Christian. But the dam finally burst on its only errant toss of the day. more

Westmont Art Projects Depict Degrees of Separation

Fourteen graduating art majors will offer their capstone art projects, which span painting, drawing, printmaking, fiber sculpture, digital prints, welding, assemblage and a charcoal animation, April 5-May 5 at Westmont Ridley-Tree Museum of Art. A free, public opening reception for Degrees of Separation: Westmont Graduate Exhibition is 4-6 p.m. more

Wilhelmina “Willa” (Olson) Ray

Wilhelmina “Willa” Ray, resident of Big Bear City, California, battled ovarian cancer for several years prior to her death on March 22nd, 2018 at age 63. She went to meet Jesus with her family surrounding her. … After marrying her high school sweetheart Mark Ray, both graduated from Westmont College. more

Santa Barbara City Council Approves $388,000 New Playground at Tennis Courts

The Santa Barbara City Council on Tuesday approved a $388,000 playground at the Municipal Tennis Courts on Old Coast Highway. … Over the years, Zachary said, the courts have been used by Santa Barbara City College, UCSB and Westmont College before they had tennis courts. more

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