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Westmont College Orchestra performs at prestigious concert hall

Mia Dortch felt a rush of adrenaline before she walked on stage, sat by her harp and looked out at a thousand or so audience members. She would always remember this moment, this place… She played with the 65-piece Westmont College Orchestra during the Capital Orchestra Festival on Presidents Day. more

LOCAL ROUNDUP: Cunningham to be feted at Final Four

Gary Cunningham, UCSB’s director of athletics from 1995 until 2008, will be honored along with Paul Westphal for their leadership, character and integrity on and off the court as winners of the 2017 Coach Wooden “Keys to Life” Award sponsored by Athletes in Action… The Santa Barbara Track Club, meanwhile, will play host to a youth (kindergarten through eighth grade) meet at Westmont College on Sunday beginning at 10 a.m . more

LOCAL ROUNDUP: Westmont eliminated from NAIAs

The Westmont women’s basketball team faced the No. 1 seed in their region in the NAIA Women’s Championship Tournament on Saturday in Lewis-Clark State. and the higher-ranked Warriors showed why they’d earned that spot. more

Job seekers put press on UCSB

Cyperspace Jam is a hit that has already come to the college basketball theater nearest you… Steve Lavin, the brother-in-law of Westmont College coach John Moore, has expressed interest in the UCSB job. But the former UCLA and St. John’s coach, who’s now a color analyst for Fox Sports TV, has also thrown his hat into the ring at Cal and Washington. more

NAIA BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS: Going Down Swinging

Westmont College threw a scare into top-ranked Louisiana State Alexandria on Friday, but it was the undefeated Generals who shot a chilling 64.3 percent in the second half to pull away for an 81-61 victory in the second round of the NAIA Men’s National Basketball Championship. more

Warriors roll to quarterfinals

Kayla Sato and Lauren McCoy were double-double trouble for the seventh-ranked Westmont College women’s basketball team during Friday’s second of the NAIA Division I Women’s Basketball National Championship. more

Harman overcomes ailment to lead Westmont to victory in NAIA Tourney opener

Sean Harman was sick last week but he cured Westmont College’s shooting ills on Thursday at the NAIA Division 1 men’s basketball championships. more

Bracken, Warriors fight back to advance

Aimee Brakken never came out and her shots kept going in during Westmont College’s first-round game at the NAIA Division 1 Women’s Basketball National Tournament. more

Westmont teams begin quest

Two veteran Westmont College teams will begin their pursuit of NAIA basketball championships today. The Warrior men’s team, ranked 19th in the country, will face No. 14 William Carey, Miss. in their first-round game in Kansas City, Mo. at 8:45 a.m. more

Hope hammers generous Westmont for 8-3 win

Westmont’s baseball team was in the giving mood on Tuesday, and Hope International was more than happy to accept. The Royals took advantage of five hit batters, four walks, and 10 hits yielded by five Warrior pitchers for an 8-3 non-conference win at Russ Carr Field. more

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