Yearly Archives: 2011

Allen earns GSAC honor as baseball winds down

In a season that will come to an end this week for the Westmont baseball team, more

Westmont names new dean

SANTA BARBARA – Westmont College has named its new provost and dean of faculty, according to a school press release. more

Allen named player of the week

After a productive week at the plate, Westmont second baseman Brandon Allen of Irvine has been named the Golden State Athletic Conference Baseball Player of the Week. The sophomore produced a .643 batting average over three games, going nine for 14. He also tallied four runs scored and four RBIs. more

SBCARTL: Baseball showdown pits high-class underclassmen

Dos Pueblos High will start two sophomores in this week’s first-place baseball showdown with Santa Barbara, more

Dallas Willard Commencement Talk

Dallas Willard, professor of philosophy at USC, delivers the address at Westmont’s Commencement, which features 341 graduates, 110 with honors, on Saturday, May 7, from 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at Russell Carr Field. Walter and Darlene Hansen will receive the Westmont Medal, which honors those whose lives embody the very principles associated with the Christian character of the college. Commencement is free and open to the public, however, there is no parking available on campus. Guests will need to park their cars at Santa Barbara City College and use Westmont’s free shuttle service to campus for the ceremony. more

On Stage : Westmont concert focuses on soloists

Soloists will be in the spotlight during Westmont College Orchestra’s annual Concerto Concert at 8 p.m. more

Leary, Allen lead Westmont to sweep of twin bill

Designated hitter Tim Leary’s bases-loaded, two-RBI double in the top of the 10th inning proved to be the difference in Westmont Baseball’s 11-9 win over San Diego Christian (6-35, 4-27 GSAC) in the first game of a Golden State Athletic Conference doubleheader. more

LOCAL ROUNDUP: Warriors take two in San Diego

Timothy Leary’s hot bat carried the Westmont baseball team to a doubleheader sweep of San Diego Christian Friday. more

Week in Sports

There will be close competition in most track and field events at the Santa Barbara County Championships on Saturday (Apr. 23) at Carpinteria High. One athlete who is an overwhelming favorite is Dos Pueblos shot putter Nicholas Scarvelis, the state leader with a best mark of 64’5½”. The meet starts at 10 a.m. and will run into the late afternoon. more

Rec Signups

Westmont Summer Sports Camps, June 13-July 29, starting at 9 a.m. Basketall, tennis, more