Santa Barbara’s Noozhawk

Westmont Can’t Make Up Halftime Deficit, Falls 97-88

Westmont scored 57 second-half points, but they weren’t enough for to overcome a 19-point deficit at halftime as 19th-ranked Arizona Christian held on to earn a 97-88 Golden State Athletic Conference men’s basketball win over the Warriors. more

Aimee Brakken’s Bombs Lead Westmont Women at Arizona Christian

Junior Aimee Brakken lit up the three-point line to help earn second-ranked Westmont Women’s Basketball its 10th conference win of the season. The Warriors defeated the Firestorm of Arizona Christian by a score of 76-59. more

ShipHawk Grows into Bigger Office Space in Goleta as E-Commerce Shipping Platform Takes Off

Shipping items can be stressful, and a local startup’s bet to develop software automating that process has paid off in company growth. …Bodenhamer bought that business, which has operated locally since 1982, in 2006, not long after graduating from Westmont College. more

Providence Edges Laguna Blanca to Capture First Condor League Basketball Title

The Providence boys basketball team made program history on Saturday, winning its first Condor League championship with a 52-50 win at Laguna Blanca. …Providence improves to 14-6 overall (5-0 in Condor League) and will look to finish league undefeated Tuesday night against Dunn at Westmont College. more

Gaydos Throws Shutout for Westmont

David Gaydos picked up his first win of the season NAIA as 16th-ranked Westmont Baseball defeated Saint Katherine by a score of 5-0 on Friday afternoon at Russ Carr Field. more

David Brooks to Discuss ‘The Road to Character’ at Westmont President’s Breakfast

David Brooks, New York Times columnist and author of the best-selling book The Road to Character, will speak at the 11th annual Westmont President’s Breakfast at 7 a.m. Friday, March 4, at the Fess Parker: A Doubletree Resort by Hilton. more

Westmont Erupts for 106-83 Win at The Master’s

SANTA CLARITA— Sean Harman tallied a career high 27-points – 24 in the first half – to lead No. 16 Westmont Men’s Basketball (17-5, 6-3 GSAC) to a 106-83 Golden State Athletic Conference win over the Mustangs of The Master’s College (4-14, 1-9). Harman made 10 of 12 from the floor including six of seven from beyond the arc. more

Royals Step Up for Torres, Deny Dons From Clinching Title

Westmont women: Coach Kirsten Moore said it’s a three-team race in the GSAC between her Warriors, Vanguard and The Master’s College. Westmont lost at Vanguard last week and plays at Master’s on Tuesday.

Westmont men: “The worst thing that can happen during the season is when one of your players goes down, especially if it’s a senior and it’s a season-ending injury. That’s what happened this past week with us and Hayden Anderson,” said coach John Moore. Anderson, the leading 3-point shooter in the country, suffered an injury at Vanguard. more

Talk by Esteemed Art Historian Paul Tucker at Westmont to Reflect on Monet’s Influence

Paul Tucker, professor emeritus of art history at the University of Massachusetts, Boston, will address Claude Monet’s influence on 19th-century ​French art in a lecture Monday, Feb. 1, 2016, at 6 p.m. in Westmont College’s Porter Theater. more

Westmont to Explore Liberal Arts, Social Change at Upcoming Series of Talks

Westmont’s Gaede Institute for the Liberal Arts will explore how higher education prepares students to make social change at its 15th annual conference Feb. 4-6, 2016.

The public is welcome to plenary sessions of the Conversation on the Liberal Arts, “From Inquiry to Impact: Social Transformation through Liberal Learning.” more

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