Tuesday, January 29, 2002
Tonight is another installment of the BIOLA v. Westmont rivalry. There is a lot on the line as the Warriors enter the contest one game behind BIOLA for the league lead. You can learn more about BIOLA's squad here at the official BIOLA site.
Check out the latest GSAC stats here.
Tuesday, January 22, 2002
New NAIA rankings came out today and the Warriors moved up to #17. BIOLA is still #1 and Azusa Pacific is #11. Click here to see the top 25.
Thursday, January 17, 2002
The official GSAC site posts updated conference stats weekly. As of January 13th, here are the Westmont players on the leader board:
-Chris Clark is leading the conference in scoring at 17.88 points per game and is 7th in Field Goal Percentage at 55.8%.
-Mitch Pierce is 6th in Field Goal Percentage at 55.9%, 6th in rebounding at 7.18 boards per game, & 7th in assists at 3.35 per game.
-Adrian Phillips is 5th in Assists at 3.52 per game.
You can see the individual and team stats here.
Wednesday, January 16, 2002
As you may or may not know, Google recently added the ability to search online for images. This can yield some interesting results. For example, I did a search for "GSAC Basketball" and received this.
Here is what you get when you search for "Westmont College".
Tuesday, January 15, 2002
New NAIA rankings came out today, but unfortunately the Warriors didn't move up any spots. Here are the GSAC notables: BIOLA #1, Azusa Pacific #8, and Westmont #24. You can check it out here.
Friday, January 11, 2002
Recently, the Santa Barbara Newspress started requiring online viewers to register in order to view their articles. This is a rather odd maneuver for a newspaper. Most papers either expire their articles after a few weeks or they post limited articles online. The Newspress has decided to gather data (annual income, age, etc.) on everyone that attempts to view their site. Until they change their policy, I will no longer link to their site. If you disagree with this policy as much as I do, you can send an email to the Newspress here and express your concern.
Wednesday, January 09, 2002
Last night, the Warriors hung on and won an important conference game 71 - 63 against The Master's College (previously ranked #25). The Master's made a string of deep threes to keep them in the game, but Westmont answered back every time. The GSAC is quickly dividing into three groupings: top level teams, mid level teams, and struggling teams. Last night's win, helps keep Westmont in the top tier. Take a look at the GSAC standings here.
New NAIA rankings came out and Westmont has cracked the top 25 with their recent win streak. Three GSAC schools are represented: BIOLA #1, Azusa Pacific #6, and Westmont #24. Read the full standings here.
Monday, January 07, 2002
The Warriors are playing well and have a huge game tomorrow night against The Master's College @ Murchison. You can take a look at the Mustang's stats & roster here.
Thursday, January 03, 2002
The Warriors have moved into third place in the GSAC with their recent surge. They are 4 and 2 in conference and trail Biola (5 - 0) and Azusa Pacific (4 - 1). Check the standings here at the official GSAC site.
Wednesday, January 02, 2002
Congratulations to Chris Clark for being named the Santa Barbara Newspress Athlete of the Week. You can read the full article here. Unfortunately, the Newspress only keeps 14 days of links so the article will expire...
GSAC play resumes today as the Warrior's travel to Hope International. Westmont went 3 - 0 over the break to improve to 8 - 5 overall. Check out this week's schedule and standings at the official GSAC site here.
Westmont won the Tom Byron classic for the 3rd time in four years. Click here to read the game summaries at the official Westmont site.