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Providence School Names Director of Development

Caroline Corazza has joined Providence School ‘s advancement team as the director of development. Corazza comes to Providence after serving six years as a development officer for Young America’s Foundation at the Reagan Ranch, where she hosted thousands of supporters from across the country at President Reagan’s Rancho del Cielo and managed events at the Reagan Ranch Center and Rancho del Cielo…. Hurlbert built the alumni program at Heritage Christian Schools in Bakersfield in her four years there and worked in the alumni and parent relations office at Westmont College for nine years. more

Westmont’s Libby Dahlberg Sizzles Against Arizona Christian

(SANTA BARBARA, Calif.) Junior middle blocker Libby Dahlberg needed just 11 attacks to tally 10 kills and record a .909 attack percentage in No. 5 Westmont Volleyball’s (16-1, 3-0 GSAC) three-game sweep of the Firestorm of Arizona Christian (9-5, 1-2). The Warriors won the Golden State Athletic Conference match by scores of 25-7, 25-13, 25-19. more

Taylor Beckman Plays Big in Her Return to Court for Westmont Volleyball

Senior outside hitter Taylor Beckman made her return to the court on Friday night at Murchison Gymnasium and helped lead NAIA No. 5 Westmont (15-1, 2-0 GSAC) to a three-game sweep (25-13, 25-17, 25-12) of San Diego Christian (5-6, 0-2). Beckman tallied a team-high 11 kills while producing a .346 attack percentage. more

Westmont Women End Soccer Drought Against Azusa Pacific

A pair of goals by Jackie Lopez and another by Renee Gonsalves gave NAIA sixth-ranked Westmont Women’s Soccer a 3-2 victory over Azusa Pacific – the first win over the Cougars since 2009. The game didn’t start well for the Warriors as they gave up a goal in just the second minute of play. Azusa’s Stephanie Lossau scored from 15 yards out after receiving a pass from Kelsey Bushman. more

Eugene R. Kuntz of Santa Maria, 1948-2017

Eugene R. Kuntz died on Sept. 4, 2017, in Santa Maria. He was 69 years old. He was born to the late Verla and Eugene Kuntz in San Jose on Feb. 29, 1948, and was a life-long resident of California…. After graduating from Westmont College in 1970, he worked as a probation officer and then as director of Sea and Summit, a nonprofit wilderness training experience and home for displaced youth in Santa Barbara. more

Westmont Closes Out Road Trip With Another Draw

SANTA BARBARA, Calif.) No. 25 Westmont Men’s Soccer (1-1-3) tied No. 22 Marymount (Calif.) (3-2-2) this evening by a score of 1-1. This is Westmont’s third double overtime draw in their past four games. The Warriors finished their three game road trip undefeated, having tied twice and won once. more

Westmont Women Record Thirteenth Straight Win

(SANTA BARBARA, Calif.) Westmont Volleyball (14-1, 1-0) opens GSAC play with a win, their 13th in a row. The Warriors needed four sets to take down The Master’s University (2-7, 0-1) tonight. The Warriors had won 25 straight sets before dropping the second set to Master’s this evening. more

Freshman Tyler Young Scores Lone Goal in Westmont Men’s 1-0 Victory

(SALEM, Ore.) Westmont Men’s Soccer (1-1-2) finished their two-game road trip with a third straight shutout this afternoon, their second in consecutive days. The Warriors went on to beat the Geoducks of Evergreen State (Wash.) (1-1-1) by a score of 1-0. more

Westmont Edges Marymount 1-0 in Defensive Showdown

(SANTA BARBARA, Calif.) Freshman Savannah Scott scored the game’s lone goal in the 60th minute as No. 6 Westmont Women’s Soccer (5-1) claimed a 1-0 victory over the Mariners of Marymount (0-4-1) on Saturday afternoon at Thorrington Field. more

Defense Rules as Westmont and Corbin End in 0-0 Draw

(SALEM, Ore.) Westmont Men’s Soccer (0-1-2) went the distance against number six Corban (Ore.) (3-0-1) in game one of their road trip this afternoon. The final score through double overtime was 0-0. Head coach Dave Wolf said, “On paper it’s a good result. Certainly, they’re a terrific team and they also play in a very supportive home environment. We had a long trip to get here. We knew it was going to be a challenge from that perspective, and I thought we responded to that really well.” more

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