Freshman Kaitlin Larson Sparks Easy Win by Westmont Women

Westmont women’s basketball (13-6,6-3 GSAC) found the home hardwood to be just what the doctor ordered on Saturday night as the Warriors posted an 84-37 GSAC win over the Hawks of San Diego Christian (7-14, 1-8). The 14th-ranked Warriors were led in scoring by freshman post Kaitlin Larson who tallied 21 points and eight rebounds in 28 minutes of work. Larson was 8-13 from the floor and 2-2 from 3-point range. … more

Olisa Nwachie Pours in 29 Points to Pace Westmont Men, 91-82

Senior Olisa Nwachie posted another double-double with 29 points and 11 rebounds on Saturday night as Westmont held off San Diego Christian 91-82 in a GSAC men’s basketball game at Murchison Gym. … more

Westmont Women Run Into Hot-Shooting Hope Team, fall 68-64

Westmont Women’s Basketball struggled to overcome a tough second quarter and ultimately fell against Hope International 68-64 in the Golden State Athletic Conference game on Thursday night in Fullerton. … more

Westmont Men Can’t Get to Free-Throw Line in 69-62 Loss at Hope International

Westmont suffered its second straight men’s basketball defeat on the road Thursday, falling at Hope International, 69-62, in a Golden State Athletic Conference game in Fullerton. … more

Westmont Researcher Studies Link Between Preterm Birth and Cerebral Palsy

Don Patterson, Westmont professor of computer science, and a team of scientists in Southern California are working to detect cerebral palsy (CP) in preterm babies. … more

Two Big Scoring Runs by The Master’s Take Out Westmont

Westmont gave up runs of 15-0 and 13-2 in the first half at The Master’s and never recovered, falling 88-66 in a GSAC men’s basketball game on Saturday night in Santa Clarita. … more

Curtis Beach Captures ‘Thoreson 30’ Decathlon

With rain subsiding and cloudy skies making way for sunshine, eight brave athletes toed the line to attempt the Thoreson 30 –completing all 10 decathlon events in 30 minutes on Saturday at Westmont College. … more

Westmont Can’t Recover From Cold-Shooting First Half at The Master’s

A cold-shooting first half resulted in a 58-48 Golden State Athletic Conference loss for No. 15 Westmont Women’s Basketball at No. 21 The Master’s on Saturday. … more

Climate Scientist Katharine Hayhoe to Connect Global Change, Local Impacts in Westmont Talk

Katharine Hayhoe
, a prominent atmospheric scientist, professor of political science and director of the Climate Science Center at Texas Tech University, is scheduled to speak at Westmont College at 1:15 p.m. Jan. 24 in the Westmont Global Leadership Center. … more

Athlete Round Table Luncheon: Water Polo Teams Among Elite Field for Tournament of Champions

Coach John Moore on Jordan Spaschak: “I’ve been a coach for 31 years and Jordan is one of the finest leaders I’ve ever had. He’s a great leader for this one reason, which applies to anything that we do: If you can make those around you better, then you’re doing great things. … more