Yearly Archives: 2017

20 Black and Hispanic Players Sign Baseball Letters of Intent

In a scene that would have made Satchel Paige, Minnie Minoso and Jackie Robinson proud, 20 minority baseball players signed letters of intent at Guaranteed Rate Field Tuesday night, to play in college.  … Jeremiah Canada, Westmont College more

Finding a Right Balance: Westmont has plenty of contributors in home victory over Irvine’s Westcliff

Balance and depth were on full display for the Westmont men’s basketball team in a 92-53 rout of visiting Westcliff University on Thursday night at Murchison Gymnasium. The host Warriors (5-0) remain perfect on the young season after putting away winless Westcliff early and cruising to a convincing victory. more

Westmont Breezes to Fifth Straight Victory

Westmont improved to 5-0 on the men’s basketball season with a 92-53 romp against visiting Westcliff University on Thursday night at Murchison Gym. Westcliff came out of the gate hot and went up 7-0 to start the game. Westmont responded with a 14-0 run over the next five and a half minutes. more

COLLEGE ROUNDUP: Westmont women lose to Azusa Pacific, 72-57

Westmont College ran into a hot Azusa Pacific women’s basketball team on Tuesday, losing 72-57 in Azusa. The Cougars, ranked No. 16 in NCAA Division 2, are off to their first 6-0 start in 25 years. They shot 55 percent from the three-point line (11-for-20) to hand the Warriors (3-1) their first defeat of the season. more

ON STAGE: Concerts at Westmont College

Westmont College music groups will perform two free concerts this week at the campus’ Deane Chapel, 955 La Paz Road, Montecito. A jazz concert will feature an ensemble of vocalists and instrumentalists at 8 p.m. Wednesday. more

SBART: Cardinals get runner back for home date

La Playa Stadium will show a re-run of Fast times At Bishop Diego High on Friday night, but this time with perhaps John Harris in the starring role. …Westmont (32-3) won a five-set thriller over Vanguard in the GSAC final, with three of the sets going overtime including a 28-26 win in game four in which the Warriors trailed 17-10. more

Westmont Women Encouraged After Strong 2nd Half in Loss at Azusa

Westmont Women’s Basketball suffered its first loss of the season, falling to the Cougars of NCAA Division 2 16th-ranked Azusa Pacific by a score of 72-57.  While the Warriors struggled in the first half, the second half looked very different and brought encouragement to head coach Kirsten Moore. more

Westmont Women Host Eastern Oregon in NAIA Tournament on Saturday

Westmont Women’s Soccer has been named the No. 7 seed in the NAIA National Tournament and will host Eastern Oregon in the Opening Round on Saturday, Nov. 18 at 1 p.m. This will be the first meeting between the Warriors (14-3-2)and the Mountaineers (13-3-2). more

Thinking of Volunteering At a Ministry? These People Did and Loved It!

Most of us intend to do it. We think about doing it. We talk about doing it. Sometimes we even include it in our New Year’s resolutions. Yet we tend to procrastinate and never follow through. … On summer break from Westmont College, where she is majoring in English and Theater, she proved to be a great asset for Biblica’s marketing and communications team. more

White Sox host ACE signing-day program

That underlying theme ran throughout the White Sox Amateur City Elite’s annual signing-day program Tuesday night at Guaranteed Rate Field. There were 20 players eligible in ACE’s 2018 class, and all 20 signed letters of intent to play baseball at the collegiate level on this same day. … Jeremiah Canada, Westmont College. more