Yearly Archives: 2013

MBK: Moore wins 400th game at Westmont

Westmont downed NAIA opponent Southern Oregon 80-64 to record their first win of the 2013-‘14 season and give Westmont head coach John Moore his 400th victory in his 21st season at the helm of the Warriors. more

Rams’ singles lead team to victory

John Moore claimed his 400th career victory as Warriors’ head coach behind a 24-point night from senior forward C.J. Miller in the team’s home opener. more

GSAC Women’s Soccer Semifinal: TMC Falls in OT

Bringing things full-circle, Daniels found Springer off a rebound, scored on TMC’s Ilyssa Espiritu (Bakersfield, CA), and sent the Eagles soaring to the GSAC Tournament Championship game next Friday against Westmont in Irvine. more

Frontier Hoops: Westmont rallies to knock off Tech women

Esther Lee scored 27 points, connecting on 7 of 16 3-pointers, to lead Westmont College (Calif.) to a 59-48 win over the Montana Tech women’s basketball team at the Westminster Tournament in Salt Lake City on Friday. more

MSoc: Biola ends Westmont’s season, 2-1

Biola derailed Westmont’s dream, outshooting the Warriors 28-7, and outscoring the Warriors 2-1 in a GSAC men’s soccer semifinal on Saturday in La Mirada. more

Musician to share legacy of hymns at Quail Lakes

The musician who plays piano and organ, has performed every year at Mount Hermon except one since 1961, when he was a sophomore music student at Westmont College in Santa Barbara and a member of the board of trustees, the executive director of Mount Hermon ,offered him for a summer job. more

Does ‘Ender’s Game’ Tell the Bible Story of Joseph?

The film “parallels directly Joseph’s dealing with this brothers,” Robert Hamel, assistant professor of Theatre Arts at Westmont College and a Lutheran pastor for 29 years, told The Christian Post in an interview on Thursday. Hamel compared the character Ender’s crisis of conscience to Joseph’s decision to feed the very same brothers who once sold him into slavery. more

No. 5 Griffins Open Fall Classic with Rout of No. 3 Westmont

Kelsie Sampson led Westmont with 13 points with her teammate Lauren Sende adding 10. more

ART REVIEW: Artistic and Poetic Intersections – ARTISTS MAKOTO FUJIMURA AND BRUCE HERMAN, ALONG WITH COMPOSER CHRISTOPHER THEOFANIDIS AND THEOLOGIAN JEREMY BEGBIE, TOGETHER CREATE THE INTRIGUING EXHIBITION ‘QU4RTETS’ AT THE WESTMONT RIDLEY-TREE MUSEUM OF ART

Time present and time past/Are both perhaps present in time future/And time future contained in time past.” So begins “Burnt Norton,” the first of the four T.S. Eliot poems gathered in his famed “Four Quartets,” a mediation on time, nature, the cosmos and spiritual connections thereof. The celebrated mid-20th century poems are the point of reference in the intriguing new art and music exhibition at the Westmont Ridley-Tree Museum of Art. more

College Roundup: OCC women’s XC wins So Cal Championships: Womens Soccer

Westmont 4, Vanguard 0

SANTA BARBARA — The visiting Lions were blanked for the third time this season by the Warriors in the semifinals of the Golden State Athletic Conference Tournament on Friday.

The win propels No. 3-ranked Westmont (15-0-3) into the title game on Friday at Concordia. more