Yearly Archives: 2013
For the second time in three days, an opponent’s own goal factored greatly into the fortunes of Westmont’s women’s soccer team in the NAIA Championship tournament.
C.J. Miller received a pass and loaded up for three at the top of the arc. It was still early in the second had and his Warriors had a big lead as Miller unloaded. The ball swished through with Miller’s hand still in the air for his follow through. On his way back down the court he let our a visible sigh, his head tilted up to the rafters.
The Warriors trailed 2-0 in the 56th minute of the game but the Warriors stormed back. Booke Lillywhite headed in a corner kick in the 58th minute to get Westmont on the board and the equalizer came in the 70th minute on an own goal by Northwood. The game went to overtime tied at 2. more
Westmont Soccer Falls in National Title Game: Warriors Denied 6th National Championship in Women’s Soccer
ORANGE BEACH, Ala. –
Westmont College’s fantastic women’s soccer season ends one win short of a championship. The Warriors lost 1-0 in the NAIA National Championship game to Concordia, Oregon. more
ORANGE BEACH, Ala.— Despite falling behind by two goals for the first time all season, No. 2 Westmont (17-1-5) has advanced to the 2013 NAIA Women’s Soccer National Championship game.
The Warriors tied third-seeded Northwood of Florida (17-1-2) by a score of 2-2, then won a penalty-kick shootout 7-6 to earn a return to the championship game for the first time since 2003. more
Concordia University captured its first women’s soccer national title Saturday, using its stifling defense to defeat Westmont College 1-0 for the NAIA championship. more
ART REVIEW: When Less is the Moral of the Story – AN IMPRESSIVE NEW GATHERING OF MINIMALIST AND CONCEPTUALIST ART FROM THE FORDE COLLECTION FILLS AND ENERGIZES THE WESTMONT MUSEUM OF ART
In one of the more dramatic examples of art in which what you see is not nearly all you get, the quietly, sneakily dazzling new exhibition at the Westmont Art Museum takes us down a few rabbit holes. The art here, mostly of the Minimalist, Conceptualist and related isms and camps, from the 1970s through the ’90s, often tests our willingness to participate in the art interpretation process, sometimes tests our patience and humor, and generally rewards with mind-expanding and mind-tickling ends. more