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COLLEGE ROUNDUP: SBCC rallies for wild win over Hancock

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

WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYOFFS: Chan-tastic!

Cora Chan’s three-pointer beat the third-quarter buzzer for her first basket, and the senior guard then beat The Masters with three more threes and 12 points in the fourth quarter to spur Westmont College on to a 61-52 victory in the championship game of the Golden State Athletic Conference Women’s Basketball Tournament. more

Tennis Opens Spring Break Trip at NAIA Power Westmont

Wabash started its 2017 spring break trip with a match against one of the top-ranked NAIA programs in California. The Little Giants lost 6-3 to Westmont College on Tuesday afternoon. more

LSUS basketball programs excited for postseason opportunity

It was a pizza party celebration for the LSU Shreveport men’s and women’s basketball programs as both teams learned their fate in the upcoming NAIA Division I National Championship Tournament… First round action for LSUS begins Thursday, March 16 with the women getting the early tip at 2:15 against Westmont College and the men playing later in the evening against Montana-Western at 9:15. more

SBARTL: Moore has Westmont focused on GSAC title

Coach Kirsten Moore could feel the competitive juices boiling for her Westmont College women’s basketball team even after it had knocked off Biola in the semifinals of last Saturday’s Golden State Athletic Conference Tournament. more

STEFANI DIAS: ‘Always’ time for more Patsy

If you’re in need of even more music, hop in the car and head to Shafter for “Segue…” Starrh, who has been with the festival since the beginning, opted to delay the performance to accommodate the musicians from Westmont College, including his daughter, Michelle, who were on tour in Washington, D.C., late last month. more

Inside The Draft Room: The 1997 Blue Jays

It’s early on a Wednesday morning in February, and Tim Wilken is well into the amateur scouting season… “I remember the first time I watched Michael play,” he said. “UCSB was playing against Westmont College – which was an NAIA school. Even back in 1997, you didn’t see a lot of Division I schools playing NAIA teams. more

San Diego Christian Baseball Takes Two From No. 8 Westmont

The SDC baseball upset the No. 8 Westmont Warriors not once, but twice on Saturday as the Hawks swept the day and won the 3-game series. more

LOCAL ROUNDUP: Westmont goes cold at wrong time

The final 20 minutes of Saturday’s Golden State Athletic Conference Tournament men’s basketball semifianl won’t be a happy memory for tournament co-host Westmont. more

Former four-star general speaks at Westmont breakfast

Over the course of its now 12-year tradition, the annual Westmont President’s Breakfast has hosted a wide range of speakers, from the realms of politics, journalism, the humanities and, as of 2017, the military. more

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