Yearly Archives: 2018

Post Players Combine for 50 Points to Lead Westmont Women Past Cal Lutheran

Freshmen post players Sydney Brown and Kaitlin Larson exploded for 25 points each as Westmont opened the 2018-19 campaign with an 80-60 win over the Regals of California Lutheran. Brown also pulled down 15 board to record her first collegiate double-double. Larson nearly did the same, tallying nine rebounds. … more

Westmont Men’s Cross Country Receives At-Large Bid to NAIA Nationals

Westmont has received an invitation to compete in the 63rd NAIA Cross Country National Championship as an at-large entry. The championship race will be held on Friday, Nov. 16 at the Seminole Valley Cross Country Course in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. … more

Westmont Offers New Music, Film, Writing Programs

Westmont College continues to innovate and respond to students’ interests by adding new programs and more choices that fit with the liberal arts and prepare graduates for a variety of careers. Music students focused on performing can earn a bachelor of music once the National Association of Schools of Music approves the program. … more

Westmont Goalkeeper Gabi Haw is Co-MVP in GSAC

Westmont Women’s Soccer goalkeeper Gabi Haw of Costa Mesa has been honored as the 2018 Golden State Athletic Conference Women’s Soccer Co-Player of the Year. … more

The Household in Ancient Israel

This blog and the next are brief word studies on the family in Ancient Israel.[1]  The household is the center of society, something that may have been forgotten by all of us with time. … more

Three named to Cactus Shadows athletics hall of fame

Mrs. Nelson continued her athletic achievements after graduating from Cactus Shadows and Westmont College in Santa Barbara, Calif., competing in cross-country and track and field.  … more

Santa Barbara Track Club Partners With Peak Performance Project

The Santa Barbara Track Club (SBTC), hosted at Westmont College, has announced the Peak Performance Project (P3) as its official strength and conditioning partner. … more

Nobel Winner Daniel Kahneman Delves Into Mind at Westmont Event

Daniel Kahneman, the self-described godfather of behavioral economics, discussed his research about the mind, intuition and reason at Mosher Center for Moral and Ethical Leadership luncheon Nov. 2 in Westmont’s Global Leadership Center. … more

SBART: Even quarterfinals can be major in CIF postseason

The Westmont Warriors go into this weekend’s Golden State Athletic Conference tournament riding a 13-match winning streak, putting them second in the standings with a 15-3 record, 24-4 overall. … more

Westmont’s Michael Oldach Repeats as GSAC Cross Country Champion

Westmont’s Michael Oldach defended his title and Blake Fonda finished second at the Golden State Athletic Conference Cross Country Championships. … more