Santa Barbara’s Noozhawk

Westmont Sweeps Twin Bill, Series at Menlo

Westmont Baseball (29-14, 22-11 GSAC) completed a three-game sweep of Menlo as it took both games of Saturday’s Golden State Athletic Conference doubleheader. The Warriors won the first game 8-4 and won the seven-inning contest 10-4. more

Jenny Nnoli Is Back on Track for San Marcos, Wins 100, 200 Against Ventura

A day after signing with UCLA, Jenny Nnoli of San Marcos went out and won two individual events and ran on two relay teams in a Channel League dual meet against Ventura on a windy Thursday. … On the boys’ side, Westmont signee Jason Peterson had a big day, winning the 800 in 1:59.46 and taking second in the 1600 (4:24). more

Four San Marcos Student Athletes Headed to NCAA Division 1 Programs

Basketball star Jackson Stormo and track and field standout Jenny Nnoli led an impressive group of eight San Marcos student athletes that signed college letters of intent on Wednesday. … Jason Peterson, a State Meet qualifier in the 800 meters last year, signed to run at Westmont College and standout girls soccer Sierra Palladino is taking her game and powerful left foot to Montecito to play for the Warriors. more

11 Santa Barbara High Student Athletes Sign College Letters of Intent

Eleven Santa Barbara High student athletes met their goal of moving on to the next level on Wednesday by signing college letters of intent.  Some are going a long distance away like track standout Janelle Knight to Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Worcester, Mass. Others like soccer star Memo Mendoza are staying home and continuing their career and education at Westmont College. more

Bethesda Downs Westmont Baseball, 5-4

Westmont Baseball (26-14) had a case of the Tuesday’s as the fell to Bethesda (11-28-1) this afternoon by a score of 4-5. Freshman let-hander Dylan Sund threw four strong innings to start the game for the Warriors, but the offense was unable to tack on runs when needed. more

Athletic Round Table: CIF Section, State Regional Champs Carpinteria Soccer Honored For Resilience

Months after the Thomas Fire and the Montecito mudslides forced the cancellation of several games and practice time, the Carpinteria boys soccer team was honored for its resilient season at Monday’s Santa Barbara Athletic Round Table press luncheon. … They beat The Master’s, 11-9, in a rain make-up game. Coach Robert Ruiz noted that “pretty much anything you can imagine happening in a baseball game happened that day.” After blowing a three-run lead, Westmont rallied back to nab two runs off the opposing closer late in the ninth. more

Lauren McCoy Named Westmont’s Scholar Athlete of the Year

Lauren McCoy capped off a tremendous four years of basketball at Westmont last month, leading her team to the NAIA National Tournament final. The senior is the Warriors’ all-time leading scorer with 1,538 points, all-time rebounding leader with 1,102 and blocked-shots leader with 159. Her high level of play on the court, combined with a 3.6 GPA throughout her academic career, made her a slam-dunk choice for being Westmont’s choice as the Scholar Athlete of the Year. more

Westmont Sweeps William Jessup, Clinches NAIA Playoff Berth

Westmont Baseball swept both games of a doubleheader against NAIA 8th-ranked William Jessup and clinched a spot in next month’s Golden State Athletic Conference Tournament. The Warriors scored once in the ninth inning to win the opener by a score of 4-3, then rallied in the fifth inning to claim the nightcap 4-2. more

Lindsay Schwartz, Benjamin Ose Capture Sam Adams Invite Titles

Lindsay Schwartz won the heptathlon and Benjamin Ose captured the decathlon title at the seventh annual Sam Adams Combined Events Invitational on Saturday at Westmont’s Thorrington Field. more

Westmont Downtown Talk Looks at Hidden Prejudices

Carmel Saad, Westmont associate professor of psychology, will explore implicit bias, the unconscious prejudices that are absorbed in childhood and persist into adulthood, in a 5:30 p.m. talk on April 12 at the University Club, 1332 Santa Barbara St. The Westmont Downtown lecture, Hidden Prejudices: How Implicit Bias Affects Our Work and Relationships, is free to attend. It is sponsored by the Westmont Foundation. more

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