Yearly Archives: 2011

Warriors take 50th win over long-time rival Biola

The 98th meeting between Westmont and Biola turned out to be one of the really good ones. more

Warriors bend to Biola’s second-half binge

A strong first half didn’t pan out for Westmont women’s basketball team on Tuesday, as the Warriors fell 61-51 to No. 6 Biola on Tuesday. more

Remembering William Stafford Community Reading

Westmont and The Friends of William Stafford are sponsoring the fifth annual “Remembering William Stafford: A Community Reading” Saturday, Jan. 29, from 2-3 p.m. at the First Crossing Day-Use Area on Paradise Road in Los Padres National Forest. The reading is free and no day-use fee or Adventure Pass is needed to attend. more

Westmont Diversity Lauded by Forbes

Forbes has selected Westmont as the second-best college for minorities to earn a degree in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (known colloquially as STEM). more

LOCAL ROUNDUP : Blanco’s big night boosts Warriors

Angel Blanco certainly picked the right time to step up her game.

The senior had a game-high 22 points, more

Letters: Visit from Rice an honor

Thank you to the Voices section for printing a letter to the editor about Condoleezza Rice that expressed the writer’s disappointment with Westmont College featuring her at its annual President’s Breakfast. more

Emerson’s 25 packs a wallop for Lions

Faith Emerson was a force to be reckoned with on Saturday, scoring 25 points to lead Providence Hall to a 52-27 victory over Hillcrest Christian at Westmont. more

Eagles still perfect in GSAC after Warriors

A frustrating first half proved to be the undoing of Westmont Men’s Basketball (14-5, 6-4) in Irvine on Saturday night as #3 Concordia (18-2, 10-0 GSAC) posted a 98-71 Golden State Athletic Conference win. The Warriors shot just 33.3 percent (8 of 24) in the first half to go down 50-24 at the half. Concordia made 58.8 percent of its first half attempts (20 of 34). more

Perfect OT period boosts Warriors

Westmont’s women’s basketball team was a perfect five for five from the field in overtime to earn a 74-67 victory over Concordia in Irvine on Saturday night. more

Duckett works her way back into pool

Camille Duckett (Thousand Oaks) was on the verge of quitting swimming two years ago. more