Monthly Archives: November 2014

Ray Callaway: International UM ecologist nominated as regents professor

The greenhouse sits 10 steps from Ray Callaway’s office, a fitting location for a professor of biological sciences. Cacti and tropical foliage thrive despite the subzero weather pressing in beyond the glass. … Callaway was born in Alaska but moved to California at a young age. He earned his undergraduate degree at Westmont College, where he found inspiration through Frank Percival, his professor at the time. more

MBK: Westmont falls short against San Bernardino

Five players scored in double figures for the Westmont men’s basketball team but it still wasn’t enough against a solid Cal State San Bernardino team as the Warriors fell 81-77 on Saturday night.

“Tonight we played the CCAA Champions from last year– one of the top Division II programs here in California,” Westmont coach John Moore said. “They have won the CCAA Championship nine of the last thirteen years. So, next to Cal Poly Pomona, they will be one of the top teams in CCAA this year.” more

WSoc: Westmont wins first GSAC tourney title for Kiely

Goals by Tiffany Dimaculangan and Sofia Smati led fifth-ranked Westmont to a 2-1 win over No.10 Vanguard in the championship match of the Golden State Athletic Conference Women’s Soccer Tournament on Friday at Thorrington Field.

The title gives Westmont (15-3) the GSAC’s automatic berth into the NAIA National Championship. …more

MBK: Slow start costs Westmont at Pomona

Westmont fell behind 22-0 at Cal Poly Pomona and never recovered, falling 85-62 in a nonconference men’s basketball game on Friday night.

The Warriors scored their first points 5:55 into the game on a 3-pointer by freshman Jerry Karczewski. more

WSoc: Westmont wins first GSAC tourney title for Kiely

Goals by Tiffany Dimaculangan and Sofia Smati led fifth-ranked Westmont to a 2-1 win over No.10 Vanguard in the championship match of the Golden State Athletic Conference Women’s Soccer Tournament on Friday at Thorrington Field.

The title gives Westmont (15-3) the GSAC’s automatic berth into the NAIA National Championship. more

Sixteen Tips for Moving Your Workloads to the #Cloud By @GiladPN

Got a plan for your move to the cloud? If you do, you’re in the minority. According to a recent study, a mere 31 percent of those planning a move to the cloud actually have a strategy for migrating data and applications. The rest don’t….“A good CIO serves his or her organization well by taking smart, calculated risks that hold the best potential to move the organization forward,” explained Reed Sheard, vice president for college advancement and CIO of Westmont College. more

Area high school athletes sign letters of intent with four-year colleges

High school seniors, some still in season, others preparing for their season, signed national letters of intent Wednesday with college programs across the country to continue their student-athlete experience with four-year programs. Some landed full scholarships and others secured partial pledges in sports from basketball and crew to soccer and water polo… VOLLEYBALL Elizabeth Dahlberg El Camino Westmont. more

GIRLS SOCCER | South Kitsap advances to state quarterfinals

A torrid start to the second half propelled South Kitsap to a 2-1 win Wednesday night in the first round of the Class 4A state playoffs against Union….Parker, who plans to compete next season at Westmont College in Santa Barbara, Calif., was the team’s leading scorer in 2012-13, but Cain said her statistics are not as gaudy this season because she is playing defensive center-midfielder. That does not mean Parker’s production has waned, though. more

 

Youth sports signups, Nov. 12

BASEBALL

WINTER CAMPS: The SoCal Halos will be forming one team this winter that will compete in team camps at UC Santa Barbara, Cal State Northridge and Westmont College. Any players who are interested and are at a varsity-level ability can go to www.socalhalosbaseball.com and click on players registration. The first camp starts Dec. 6-7. more

Laurie Jervis: ‘Sip Lompoc’ Brings Focus to Wineries Thriving in Lompoc Valley

“Sip Lompoc,” a one-day winery event held in conjunction with “Shop Lompoc, Shop Small,” returns Friday, Nov. 28, with tasting and discounts at more than 21 participating wineries in the Lompoc “Wine Ghetto” and throughout the town….After stints at several Santa Barbara institutions, among them the Wine Cask and The Hungry Cat, Railsback, who attended Westmont College, then moved to Los Angeles, where he directed the wine programs first at Osteria Mozza and then at Gordon Ramsay. more