Yearly Archives: 2011

Several Pirates take recovery road to success

Their coach knows what Santa Ynez girls basketball players Hailey King and Jane Van Der Linden went through when each tore an ACL during their junior year. … King has drawn interest from the Westmont and Azusa Pacific women’s basketball programs. more

Protest against Condoleezza Rice

A peaceful protest of the former U.S. Secretary of State’s appearance in S.B. at the Westmont President’s Breakfast. more

College Hoops

All sorts of Western movie titles could describe Big West Conference basketball, from The Wild Bunch to The Good, The Bad and The Ugly. For UCSB’s women, it’s True Grit. UC Riverside massacred them by an 81-48 score in January. A month later, the Gauchos extracted revenge, a 59-37 smackdown of the Highlanders, and they are still in contention for the championship. more

Westmont gets handled by Fresno Pacific

The Westmont men’s basketball team took a GSAC loss at the hands of host Fresno Pacific on Tuesday, more

Gauchos double up Warriors : Loredo earns first – ever win in a Gauchos uniform

Nick Loredo did not record a win for the UCSB baseball team in 2010 ? even though he pitched well enough at times to earn one. more

OUR TOWN: Art collectors symposium

“The Discerning Eye: An Art Collectors Symposium” gathers art critics, more

Gerald Carpenter: Westmont and Blondell Provoke ‘33 Swoons’

In 1935, a few short years before his fatal encounter with Joseph Stalin’s goons, the great Russian theatrical director Vsevolod Meyerhold made up a show out of three Anton Chekhov one-acts (The Proposal, The Bear and The Anniversary), counted the number of times the characters swooned or fainted, and called the thing 33 Swoons. Now, the Westmont College Theatre Arts program is offering a new production of 33 Swoons in Porter Theater on the Westmont campus this Friday and Saturday and March 3-5. more

Loredo fans eight, posts first collegiate victory

Nick Loredo took the baton from Matt Vedo and Greg Davis and continued the terrific pitching that UCSB has featured early this season. more

Westmont men beat Vanguard for first victory

Eighth-ranked Westmont recorded its first men’s tennis win of the season on Tuesday, knocking off seventh-ranked Vanguard (2-1, 1-1 GSAC) in Costa Mesa by a score of 6-3. more

Blanco sparks Warriors past Sunbirds

Angel Blanco poured in 20 points and pulled down seven boards as No. 23 Westmont posted a 66-53 women’s basketball win against the Sunbirds of Fresno Pacific (8-21, 1-18) on Tuesday night. more