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Becky Collier Wins National Championship in Heptathlon for Second Straight Year

On the second day of the 2017 NAIA Men’s and Women’s Track and Field National Championship Becky Collier earned her second consecutive National Championship in the Heptathlon (her 14th All-American honor); and Pieter Top, Anthony Cota, and the Women’s 4×800 meter relay team (Anne Elise Brown, Hope Geisinger, Emily Parks, and Taryn Phipps), and each earned All-American honors. After the second day of the Women’s Heptathlon, Becky Collier earned her 14th All-American honor (a Westmont record) and her second consecutive National Championship with a score of 5,178 points ( a school record). more

Patti Cook, Courtney Kidd-Kadlubek Win East Beach “AA”; Holden Plock, Adam Kanold Take “B” Title

Patti Cook continued her winning ways as a player, as she combined with Courtney Kidd-Kadlubek and captured the California Beach Volleyball Association’s Santa Barbara Women’s “AA” Tournament last weekend at East Beach… Cook, the women’s volleyball coach at Westmont, was recently named the Santa Barbara Athletic Round Table College Coach of the Year. more

Engine Failure Cited as Cause of Fiery Helicopter Crash That Injured 3

Engine failure led to the crash of a sightseeing helicopter that resulted in injuries to the pilot and two passengers earlier this month in Santa Barbara, according to a preliminary report released by the National Transportation Safety Board… Two Westmont College alumni, Courtney Crosby and Turner Conrad, were seriously injured in the crash, and pilot Michael Ower, owner of the helicopter tour company, also was hurt. more

Let Games Begin at Westmont Youth Sports Camp

Westmont kicks off its annual youth summer sports camps Monday, June 19, beginning with Sports Skills, which helps develop the motor skills of co-ed campers from ages 5-10, and girls soccer. more

Santa Barbara County Schools, and Graduates, All Ready for Commencement Season

It’s that time of year again, when high school and college students are graduating to the next stage of their lives. Santa Barbara City College and Westmont College got a jump-start on commencement earlier this month, but a list of upcoming graduation celebrations follows below, organized by date. more

Former UCSB Star Alan Williams Going Into SB Court of Champions

The fourth annual Santa Barbara Court of Champions will have some “Big Sauce” on the program when it honors 10 inductees with local ties… Williams will be joined by former Gauchos Lucius Davis, Josh Merrill, Kayte Christensen and Lisa Willett-Fry; Westmont alums Ron Mulder, Bill Odell and George Terzian, Santa Barbara High alum Kristin Knapp-Cole and longtime Dos Pueblos coach Phil Sherman. more

Tiffany Costello Nabs Second Place in State 10,000

Andrea Mueller, a freshman from Erlenbach, Switzerland, is fourth in the seven-event heptathlon with 2717 points after Day 1… Mueller broke the school record earlier this year with 4382 points in the Jim Klein Heptathlon at Westmont College. more

Westmont Men’s Tennis Eliminated at NAIA Nationals

Twelfth-ranked Westmont Men’s Tennis season came to an end when they were defeated by No. 5 Campbellsville, 5-2, at the NAIA National Tournament on Wednesday. more

High School, College Athletes of Year Named at Round Table’s Evening With The Athletes

The athletes of the year in local high school and college sports were honored Wednesday night at the Santa Barbara Athletic Round Table’s Evening with the Athletes at the Victoria Street Theater… Patti Cook of the Westmont women’s volleyball team was named the College Coach of the Year. She guided the Warriors to 32 straight victories, a GSAC championship and a quarterfinal berth at the NAIA National Tournament. more

Westmont Men’s Tennis Rolls Into NAIA Round of 16

Twelfth ranked Westmont routed Lawrence Tech of Michigan, 8-1, in the first round of the NAIA Men’s Tennis National Tournament on Tuesday. The win advances the Warriors to the Round of 16. more

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