Monthly Archives: May 2011

UCSB turns to Rutgers staff with Mitchell : Will replace Gottieb as women’s hoops coach

Carlene Mitchell, the associate head coach at NCAA power Rutgers University, more

Warriors fall in Quarterfinals

(MOBILE, Ala.) With a 5-4 loss in the quarterfinals of the NAIA Men’s Tennis National Championship, the

2011 season came to an end for Westmont Men’s Tennis. The sixth-seeded Warriors (13-6) fell to

number three seed Auburn Montgomery (25-3). The Senators advance to the semifinals on Friday when

they will take on #2 Embry-Riddle (Fla.). more

Village Beat: Cold Spring School’s New Superintendent

Price is a Santa Barbara native, attending Washington Elementary, La Cumbre Middle School, and Santa Barbara High School. After spending two years at Cal Poly, she returned home to graduate from Westmont. She earned her master’s degree at Cal State Channel Islands and her doctorate from the Fielding Institute. more

Westmont’s Summer Scholars Program Gives High-Schoolers a Taste of College

Up to 18 students will be selected to stay on campus and take two courses worth eight credits more

Gauchos closing in on new women’s hoops coach

The ball was in the players’ court of opinion on Tuesday as UCSB athletic director Mark Massari narrowed his search for a new women’s basketball coach to Westmont College’s Kirsten Moore and Rutgers associate head coach Carlene Mitchell. more

UCSB to name women’s basketball coach on Thursday

UCSB is holding a press conference on Thursday to introduce its new women’s basketball coach. more

Warriors reach quarterfinals at NAIA Nationals

Westmont won its opening match at the NAiA Men’s National Tennis Championships, beating 11th-ranked Shorter, Ga., 5-1, in Mobile. Ala. on Wednesday. more

UCSB says Moore hasn’t been hired as women’s coach

UCSB denied that Kirsten Moore has been hired as its new women’s basketball coach after a press release inadvertently  sent to the media by Westmont College Athletics on Tuesday announced that Moore resigned as the Warriors’ coach to accept the same position at UCSB. more

Four New Westmont Buildings Earn LEED Gold Designations

The U.S. Green Building Council, a nonprofit trade organization that promotes sustainability in building design and operation, has certified four new Westmont College buildings as Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Gold. more

Search for New UCSB Women’s Basketball Coach Down to Two

UCSB’s search for a new women’s basketball coach was narrowed down this week to two candidates – Kirsten Moore, the head coach at Westmont College, and Carlene Mitchell, associate head coach at Rutgers University. Gauchos athletic director Mark Massari has said he wants to name the final selection on Thursday. more