Yearly Archives: 2011

Week in Sports

The Santa Barbara Dons went down swinging, but a seventh-inning rally on the road was too little, too late, as Mission Viejo defeated them, 11-7, in the CIF Division 2 baseball semifinals Tuesday, May 31. Santa Barbara’s seniors now will be able to attend their graduation Thursday instead of playing for the championship at Dodger Stadium. They finished one of their best seasons with a 23-7 record. more

Natural Anthem

Dan Levin typically integrates man-made artifacts that have been discarded as no longer viable. However, for “Natural Anthem” he experiments primarily with materials extracted from beaches, streams, mountains and deserts. Whether commenting on the mysteries of the natural world or simply producing an abstract that is aesthetically pleasing, the artist is driven to orchestrate relationships between objects that may never have been in close proximity – forming a singular composition or metaphorical device. more

Providence Hall to Graduate First Class to Have Attended All Four Years

Providence Hall will celebrate the graduation of the first class to have attended the prep school for all four years of high school in commencement exercises at 4 p.m. Friday, June 3 at Montecito Covenant Church, 671 Cold Spring Road. more

Newnan headed to UCLA

After nine years as a Westmont women’s basketball assistant coach, Tony Newnan has announced that he will be moving on to serve as an assistant coach at UCLA under Cori Close. Close, who played and coached at UC Santa Barbara, was recently named the new head coach of the Bruins. more

Westmont Students Heading Out to Serve Communities Around the World

About two dozen Westmont College students will spend at least one month this summer serving communities around the world, including Guatemala, Bolivia, Uganda, China and Nepal. more

LOCAL ROUNDUP : Trudelle nabs seventh in NAIA marathon

Westmont senior Chrissa Trudelle closed out her collegiate career on Saturday with a seventh-place finish in the NAIA Championships at Indiana Wesleyan. more

Santa Barbara Gets with the Spirit at 53rd Annual Community Prayer Breakfast

Speakers provide roadmap for navigating through ‘Mountains of Culture’ more

LOCAL ROUNDUP : Maasen, Matthieson’s run ends short of quarters

Santa Barbara High tennis standouts Cooper Matthieson and Graham Maassen became a doubles team only three weeks ago. On Friday, more

Trudelle places 7th in NAIA marathon

MARION, Ind. — Senior Chrissa Trudelle finished in seventh place in the women’s marathon at the NAIA Outdoor Track and Field Championships on Saturday morning to earn two team points for the Westmont women’s track and field team. more

Kolodinski wins NAIA javelin title

Westmont College senior Andrew Kolodinski won the NAIA National Championship in the javelin with a throw of 67.27 meters (220-8) Thursday at the NAIA Outdoor Track and Field National Championships in Marion, more