Yearly Archives: 2014

New ESG Study Validates Strong Demand For Hybrid Online File Sharing Solutions

Recent hybrid deployments of Egnyte include: AIB, AppDynamics, Calvary Church, Devcon, Semperian and Westmont College. Justin Silva, senior manager at AppDynamics, explains why the hybrid model works for his company: “The hybrid file-sharing model that Egnyte provides allows us to have so much more control over our data than we’ve ever had before. We are able to access and manage all of our data, deciding what files we want to keep on-premises and what files we want to put into the cloud. By giving us this enhanced control, Egnyte is enabling us to share files company-wide, securely and confidently, on a daily basis.” more

MBK: Warriors defeated in double overtime

Westmont fell short in a double-overtime thriller against The Master’s College, losing an 85-84 decision on Tuesday in Santa Clarita.

The defeat drops the Warriors (15-10, 4-7) into a two-way tie for seventh in the GSAC with San Diego Christian. Furthermore, John Moore’s squad has now dropped three-straight games in league play. more

See Jupiter’s red spot at Westmont Observatory

Santa Barbara – Stargazers hoping to catch a glimpse of Jupiter’s red spot have at chance at a public viewing at Westmont College’s observatory at 6:30 p.m. on Friday.

The event is free and will last for several hours.

“Jupiter will be near the top of the sky during the early hours of the public viewing, so we should get some clear and steady views of the planet and maybe the ancient storm,” said Dr. Thomas Whittemore, physics professor at Westmont. more

Lady Mustangs Get It Together, Beat No. 9 Westmont

Shaking off Saturday night’s stunning 62-74 loss against Biola, The Master’s College women’s basketball team got back to its winning ways with a 68-46 victory over the ninth-ranked Westmont Warriors Tuesday night at Bross Court. more

Rams fend off pressure


A lowly 24.2 percent from the field hurt the Warriors in a GSAC road loss to the Mustangs, who put together a 15-0 run midway through the first half to pull away.

Kelsie Sampson, who dealt with foul trouble most of the night, had 10 points and seven rebounds for Westmont (16-8, 7-4), while Esther Lee had 10 points.

Westmont travels to Phoenix to face Arizona Christian on Saturday. more

Roundup: Saugus, Trinity Knocked Out of Boys Soccer Playoffs

The Master’s College, ranked No. 7 in the NAIA, led 35-21 at halftime. The Lady Mustangs improved to 20-6. Westmont, ranked No. 9 in the NAIA, dropped to 16-8. more

Coach of the Year

Lewis and Hollett both attended Westmont College in Santa Barbara and were teammates on the baseball team. more

Email Print Fade in, fade out: Women’s basketball rises to the occasion while the men struggle to pick up wins

The women are in a bit more of a predicament, despite being a position higher than the men. At 6-5 and in fifth place, they are a game back of Hope International and Westmont College, and two games back of Master’s. more

WBK: Cold shooting, foul troubles cost Westmont

Westmont Women’s Basketball had trouble filling in the nets on Tuesday night and dropped a key Golden State Athletic Conference game to No. 7 The Master’s by a score of 68-46. The ninth-ranked Warriors shot just 24.2 percent compared to the Mustang’s 47.1 percent. more

Michael Deiana, Corrie Farbstein Take Top Honors at Westmont Speech, Debate Tournament

Sophomore Michael Deiana and junior Corrie Farbstein won top honors at the 17th annual Tournament of Expressions on Feb. 5 at Westmont College.

Deiana, a psychology major from Phoenix, Ariz., debated junior Katie Landis about whether the United States should ban the use of fossil fuels. Organizers didn’t reveal the topic until moments before the debate, emphasizing mental agility, critical thinking and public speaking skills. more