Santa Barbara Independent

Westmont Moves Electra Out of the Theater

The scene could be ancient Athens or nearly anywhere else in the Western world over the past couple of millennia. But for the next two weekends, it will take place on the campus of Westmont College, as the school’s consistently innovative theater department presents one of the masterpieces of Greek tragedy: Sophocles’s Electra. more

Sports Highlights: Jan. 28-Feb. 5

Thursday, 1/30: Men’s basketball – UC Irvine at UCSB, 7 pm; Arizona Christian at Westmont, 7:30 pm. Women’s basketball – Arizona Christian at Westmont, 5:30 pm. UCSB at UC Irvine, 7 pm. Men’s volleyball – Hawaii at UCSB, Rob Gym, 7 pm. more

Sports Highlights: Jan. 21-29: Gaucho Volleyball, Basketball Coming Off Big Wins

There is an early showdown in Golden State Athletic Conference women’s basketball today (Tue., Jan. 21) as Vanguard, theNAIA’s top-ranked team with a 13-0 record, takes on Westmont College (11-4) at Murchison Gym. Both teams are 2-0 in theGSAC. In the men’s game, Westmont (11-5) will try to bounce back from a 0-2 start in conference play against the 20th-ranked Lions (15-2). more

Aaron Martinez, New Club Director, United Boys & Girls Clubs of Santa Barbara County

In 2006, he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Coaching from Westmont College. more

Sports Roundup

Westmont College hosts Vanguard University in a spectacular Golden State Athletic Conference double-header Tuesday (Jan. 21). The Warrior women are defending NAIA national champions, and Vanguard’s women are currently undefeated and ranked No. 1. Their 5:30 p.m. game will be followed by a matchup of men’s teams that are a combined 24-5 entering conference play. more

Sports Highlights: Jan. 14-22

Westmont College’s basketball teams are on the road this week. The Warriors will launch the 2014 baseball season on Friday with a double-header against Bethesda. more

Que Serra, Serra: Author of New Biography on California’s Pioneering Padre to Speak at Mission Monday

Orfalea, a California transplant who lives on the East Coast now but teaches intermittently at Westmont College, said the documentary trail for Serra’s early days in Spain was all but nonexistent, but that his letters while traveling through California were quite voluminous. more

Winter Arts Preview: Theater

Electra. At Westmont’s Porter Theatre, Friday, January 31-
Saturday, February 8. more

College Notes: Petoskey grad Tamm starts 10th straight game for Chippewas, Mullin nets six in loss

— Collin Hewitt, a 2011 Harbor Light grad, played nine minutes for Spring Arbor University in a loss, 75-62, to Westmont (Calif.) College during the consolation game of the Arizona Christian University Basketball Tournament. more

Sports Highlights: Dec. 27-31

Westmont College is staging two basketball tournaments on Monday and Tuesday – the women’s Holiday Classic alternating with the men’s 38th annual Tom Byron Classic. more

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