Monthly Archives: November 2018

LOCAL ROUNDUP: Golden Tornado fall in CIF opener

The Warriors had five players in double figures in their season opener, led by Olisa Nwachie’s 19-point night against the Wildcats. … more

Westmont Volleyball Blitzes Hope to Clinch 2nd in GSAC

Westmont Volleyball, ranked at #15 in the NAIA, avenged an earlier loss by sweeping the Royals of Hope International in straight sets (25-20, 25-9, 25-18). As a result, Westmont has clinched at least a second place finish in the GSAC standings and has secured a bye for the first round of next week’s GSAC Tournament. … more

Westmont Puts Up 110 Points in Men’s Basketball Opening Win

Olisa Nwachie and Maxwell Hudgins combined to score 36 points to help Westmont Men’s Basketball (1-0) defeat the Wildcats of Portland Bible (0-1) 110-74 on Friday night in Portland, Oregon. … more

Malawian wins USA college football award

He beat football players from other affiliate colleges and universities such as Arizona Christian University, Hope International University, Menlo College, San Diego Christian College,  Vanguard University, Westmont College, William Jessup University and Life Pacific College. … more

Westmont Underclassmen Impress in Exhibition Against Cal

Freshman Sydney Brown scored 10 points and pulled down six rebounds as NAIA eighth-ranked Westmont Women’s Basketball travelled north to take on Cal in an exhibition game. The Warriors lost by a score of 79-62. … more

Music and art help Grace Fisher thrive despite paralysis

Duets with her former piano teacher and turning out beautiful artwork are just some of Grace’s passions. She is also busy preparing for a Winter Music Showcase happening December 22 at Santa Barbara High School.  And, she is in her final year at Santa Barbara City College. She hopes to transfer to UC Santa Barbara or Westmont College sometime in 2019 … more