Yearly Archives: 2018

Lindsay Schwartz, Benjamin Ose Capture Sam Adams Invite Titles

Lindsay Schwartz won the heptathlon and Benjamin Ose captured the decathlon title at the seventh annual Sam Adams Combined Events Invitational on Saturday at Westmont’s Thorrington Field. more

LOCAL ROUNDUP: Gauchos open Big West play in style

The UCSB men’s tennis team is starting to heat up on the court, and entered Friday’s Big West Conference opener against Hawaii looking to put together a three-match win streak. … Jessup hiters collected 11 hits off Westmont starter Grant Gardner in a Golden State Athletic Conference victory at Carr Field. Tyler Roper and Michael Stefanic had two hits each in the loss for Westmont (24-13, 17-11), while Taylor Bush drove in two runs. more

Sports — Summer Camp 2018

Cate Sports Academy
Bring your child to the next level of sports. Located on a mesa overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Cate Sports Academy offers tennis, basketball, water polo, swimming, boys’ and girls’ lacrosse, volleyball, softball … Westmont Summer Sports Day Camps
Westmont College is offering 10+ sports camps this summer! Directed by mostly Westmont varsity coaches, campers will be taught basic sport skills as well as how to excel at a sport they already have an interest in, including baseball, basketball, tennis, volleyball, archery, cheer, dance, soccer, track, and more. more

SCENE BRIEFS: April 06, 2018

An undeniably talented foursome hailing from Santa Barbara, the band known as the Idiomatiques started kicking up dust and impressing listeners with their variations on mostly acoustic Django Reinhardt-style gypsy jazz a few years ago. … This weekend’s choral music convergence is also bolstered by a performance of Handel’s “Messiah,” Parts 2 and 3, by the Westmont College Choir and Orchestra. more

LOCAL ROUNDUP: Coffey shines on the mound for Dos Pueblos

Dos Pueblos’ Isaac Coffey pitched a complete-game shutout to lead the Chargers to a 3-0 victory over Fountain Valley at the SLO Tournament on Wednesday. … Unaccustomed to playing the Division I format – which awards one team a single doubles point if it wins at least two of the sets from three separate matchups – the Westmont teams of Isabel Lee (prevailing 6-4) and Taylor Cheung-Damonte and Cade Pierson (7-6) carried the point. more

Out of the water to the top of the rankings for Archbishop Mitty

Haley Jones and her teammates and coaches looked to the left, and then they looked to the right. Then they sprinted. … The three graduating seniors are Blakes, 6-0 guard Karisma Ortiz, who signed with Penn State; and Krissy Miyahara, a 5-3 guard who signed with Westmont College, an NAIA school in Santa Barbara, California. more

Westmont Downtown Talk Looks at Hidden Prejudices

Carmel Saad, Westmont associate professor of psychology, will explore implicit bias, the unconscious prejudices that are absorbed in childhood and persist into adulthood, in a 5:30 p.m. talk on April 12 at the University Club, 1332 Santa Barbara St. The Westmont Downtown lecture, Hidden Prejudices: How Implicit Bias Affects Our Work and Relationships, is free to attend. It is sponsored by the Westmont Foundation. more

COLLEGE ROUNDUP: Stefanic’s clutch double caps wild win for Westmont

Michael Stefanic’s two-run double in the top of the ninth inning was the difference as Westmont pulled out an 11-9 baseball victory at The Masters University in Santa Clarita. more

LOCAL ROUNDUP: Westmont duo land NAIA All-American hoops honors

Lauren McCoy and Morgan Haskin, senior post players who led Westmont College to second place at the NAIA National Women’s Basketball Tournament, have been selected as NAIA All-Americans. more

Westmont Wins Slugfest over The Master’s

Tuesday afternoon’s Golden State Athletic Conference game between Westmont and The Master’s saw a total of 20 runs scored and 26 hits between the two teams. The Warriors (24-12, 17-10 GSAC) out slugged the Mustangs (21-17, 13-14 GSAC) and came away with an 11-9 victory. Today’s game is a make-up game from a rain out back on March 2. more