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Not much of a big deal, most would say, happens to one of those small schools every year...A big thanks to my friend and colleague, esteemed Los Angeles Times sportswriter Bill Plaschke, who recently wrote about this for the Times...Westmont's women'
In January, Jane Higa announced she would retire from Westmont Aug. 1 after serving for 24 years as vice president and dean of students. Medical Center diagnosed her with ALS or Lou Gehrig's disease earlier in March. Jane Higa Jane has touched many
Asbury University has received a $1.5-million gift for major additions and upgrades to its baseball and softball facilities...Kirkland, a 1950 Asbury graduate who spent 46 years as a United Methodist pastor and also served on the university's Board
Westmont's women's basketball team defeated Lee on Tuesday night 71-65 in Frankfurt, Kentucky to win the program's first-ever national championship. Westmont, who finishes the season with a 30-4 overall record, sealed the institution's eighth
Tournament at-large bid after it stumbled in the Mountain West Tournament finals Saturday. That bubble, however, officially burst during the tournament selection show as San Diego State was left out of the 64-team tournament field. Really heartbroken,
Women's Basketball Division I National Tournament history, and the Warriors hope for more of the same today (Monday, March 18) in the semifinals against top-ranked Freed-Hardeman of Tennessee. Westmont (28-4) advanced Saturday with a 39-36
Thomas (27-1) advances to play Calvin in the tournament's third round next Saturday. Sophomore guard Brayden Teuscher led the Thunder with 16 points...Tyler Peters added 10 points, with six rebounds and Michael Berg scored nine points, with six
Violinist Lalia Mangione of Belmont, Mich., earned a $10,000 annual music scholarship to study at Westmont for winning the Music Guild Competition on March 2. Seven high school seniors performed before a panel of judges in Westmont's Deane Chapel...
Westmont sophomore Riley Svikhart narrowly beat first-year student Michael Deiana in the final debate of the 17th Annual Tournament of Expressions Feb. 28. Svikhart successfully argued that physician assisted suicide should not be made legal in
Samuel Gray got involved with Christian Service Brigade, a national ministry for young people that aims to develop Christian leaders, as a teenager in Ohio. It was the start of a lifelong commitment to the Carol Stream-based nonprofit, known to