Yearly Archives: 2016

Providence Edges Laguna Blanca to Capture First Condor League Basketball Title

The Providence boys basketball team made program history on Saturday, winning its first Condor League championship with a 52-50 win at Laguna Blanca. …Providence improves to 14-6 overall (5-0 in Condor League) and will look to finish league undefeated Tuesday night against Dunn at Westmont College. more

Historian Jack Rakove lectures on the Founding Fathers at Westmont luncheon

While many people revere the Founding Fathers as something more than human, historian Jack Rakove has made his name — and won a literary prize — by bringing them down to a relatable level, as men who were aware they were changing history but also ones who lived lives of contradictions, hypocrisy and moral virtue.

That last phrase, what it means, and how we might interpret it, was the focus of a lecture the author gave to Westmont faculty, alumni and donors at Friday’s luncheon at the Four Seasons Resort The Biltmore Santa Barbara. more

Gaydos Throws Shutout for Westmont

David Gaydos picked up his first win of the season NAIA as 16th-ranked Westmont Baseball defeated Saint Katherine by a score of 5-0 on Friday afternoon at Russ Carr Field. more

David Brooks to Discuss ‘The Road to Character’ at Westmont President’s Breakfast

David Brooks, New York Times columnist and author of the best-selling book The Road to Character, will speak at the 11th annual Westmont President’s Breakfast at 7 a.m. Friday, March 4, at the Fess Parker: A Doubletree Resort by Hilton. more


We are approaching the season of Lent. This 40 day period between Ash Wednesday and Easter (not counting Sundays) is meant to create space to be renewed and reflect on the work that God is doing in our lives. … Westmont College will offer a free concert on Valentine’s Day at 2 p.m. You will love their sweet orchestra! more

COLLEGE ROUNDUP: Westmont tops The Masters, 66-59

With double-doubles from both sophomore Lauren McCoy (17 points and 17 rebounds) and junior Aysia Shellmire (15 points and 10 rebounds) and 20 points by senior Krissy Karr, second-ranked Westmont College handed No. 10 The Masters its first Golden State Athletic Conference defeat, 66-59, in Santa Clarita. After a close-grained first half, the Warriors (19-3, 8-1) found themselves down 26-28 to The Masters (19-3, 9-1) going into the third quarter. more

Works From the Private Collection of Lady Ridley-Tree Celebrate 19th Century French Culture

 The Westmont Ridley-Tree Museum of Art in Santa Barbara, Calif., showcases work by some of the most recognized names in the annals of art history through March 19. “Barbizon, Realism, and Impressionism in France” features more than two dozen works from the Lady Leslie Ridley-Tree collection. more

Lady Mustangs Fall to No. 2 Westmont

SANTA CLARITA, Calif. – In a clash between two Top 10 NAIA teams, The Master’s College women’s basketball team narrowly fell to the No. 2 Westmont College Warriors 66-59 Tuesday night on Bross Court. more

TMC Men’s B-Ball Continues Tough Season With Loss to Westmont

The Master’s College men’s basketball team’s overall record moved to 4-14 overall and 1-9 in GSAC play Tuesday night as the 16th-ranked Westmont College Warriors put on an offensive showcase by defeating the Mustangs 106-83 on Bross Court. more

#2 Westmont Warrior Defense Detains #10 Masters Mustangs

With two double-doubles by sophomore Lauren McCoy (17 points and 17 rebounds) and junior Aysia Shellmire (15 points and 10 rebounds) and an outstanding 20 points by senior Krissy Karr, #2 Westmont Women’s Basketball (19-3, 8-1) earned a 66-59 Golden State Athletic Conference victory over #10 The Master’s College (19-3, 9-1). This was The Master’s College first GSAC loss. more