Monthly Archives: November 2018

No. 1 Grand View Moves Onto The Quarterfinals In National Tournament

Sioux City, IA – No. 1 seed Grand View advances to the quarterfinals for the second time in program history after defeating the Warriors of Westmont (Calif.) 4-1 (25-19, 25-22, 26-28, 25-15) at 39th Annual NAIA Volleyball National Championship presented by Delta Hotels at the Tyson Events Center Friday morning. … more

Noozhawk Holding Free Public Forum on Downtown Santa Barbara Issues

Silver sponsors are Pacific Premier Bank, the Santa Barbara FoundationSeymour Duncan and Westmont College. Ruby sponsors are Arlington Financial Advisors, The Cearnal Collective, Community Environmental Council, Cox and Metropolitan Theatres. … more

Westmont Men Can’t Hold Off Arizona Christian, Fall 96-89

Despite 21 points from Maxwell Hudgins and 18 from Kyle Scalmanini, No. 23 Westmont Men’s Basketball suffered a 96-89 loss to Arizona Christian in the Golden State Athletic Conference season opener. … more

NSSE Survey Reveals Key Insights on Students’ Career Preparation

And at Westmont College, a small, private institution, leaders analyzed NSSE data and worked to improve student-faculty interaction through a “take a professor to lunch” initiative or by having 25 faculty members host about 15 to 20 new students in their home as part of the New Student Orientation experience. … more

You Can Have It All: Customer Security And Convenience

As online retailers, you constantly struggle. You want your customers to have a great experience and avoid any hassles or unnecessary hurdles when visiting your site, but you also want them to be protected.  … more

MORNINGSIDE VOLLEYBALL SWEPT BY PARK AT NAIA NATIONAL TOURNAMENT

SIOUX CITY, IOWA – The scoreline read a three-set sweep for second-ranked Park University of Missouri Tuesday, Nov. 27. … more

Indiana Basketball HOF announces 58th induction class

He found further success at Westmont College (CA), where teams were 359-156 from 1975-1992 and the floor would later be named “Kammerer Court.” An assistant coach with the Los Angeles Lakers from 1992-1994, his NBA career has included work as a scout for Milwaukee, Miami, Philadelphia and Washington. From 2002-2018, he was Vice President of Player Personnel for the Miami Heat, winners of the 2006, 2012, and 2013 NBA Championships. He is now Senior Advisor of Basketball Operations for the Heat. He resides in Redondo Beach, California. … more

SBART: Westmont’s hoops squads face off in comparing long road trips

Westmont College sent out some real road Warriors the last few weeks, but which of its basketball teams — the men or the women — braved the tougher trip? … more

UCSB Basketball’s Ar’Mond Davis, Mila Ladek of SBCC Soccer Named Athletes of the Week

The honorable mention choices for the male award include Joseph Pearlman (Dos Pueblos cross country), Michael Oldach (Westmont cross country) and Kile Kleiner (SBCC basketball). … more

VOICE FROM MONTECITO: Denice S. Adams

A year has passed with no leadership identified to “Rebuild Montecito” or prevent the next fire. Our pricey government bureaucracy has failed us again, because they can. … more