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Robin Eley
Robin Eley
Class of 2001






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Friday, April 11, 2008

I realize this is about 3 years too late, but just saw it on South Park. It is worth the laugh:

PS Monroe? Nationals?

Monday, November 08, 2004
Westmont kicks off this week with back-to-back games again NCAA Division I opponents. Tomorrow, they open up the season against the Washington Huskies. The Huskies are predicted to finish second in the Pac 10 this year.

Monday, June 28, 2004
Upon careful review of Westmont's stats since implementing the Princeton offense...which calling it the Princeton really isn't accurate...Princeton is a distant cousin....three pointers made by Westmont have been in a steady decline.

Westmont College Three Pointers

Only in 1999-2000 and 2000-2001 did Westmont actually outshoot opponent's from the three point line.

Westmont 3 Pointers versus Opponents

Wednesday, March 10, 2004
Final NAIA Rankings for 2003-2004:

NAIA Basketball Rankings

View the final rankings at the official NAIA site.

Westmont's Final Ranking:


View the GSAC final standings.

Tuesday, March 09, 2004
Final conference stats are available at the official GSAC site. 2003-04 GSAC Men's Basketball - Leaders

Congratulations to Kevin Blomstrom on earning All-GSAC honors. View the entire 2003-2004 All-GSAC Squad

Tuesday, March 02, 2004
The second to last NAIA rankings come out today. Although Westmont did not crack the top 25, they are sitting at 29. Tonight's showdown with #3 Ranked Azusa Pacific has implications for whether or not Westmont will get an at large bid. Follow tonight's game online via Azusa's audio gamecast or watch the Real Video gamecast.

NAIA basketball

Thursday, February 19, 2004
Although the Warriors have managed to crack into the top 25 only once this year, the following graph shows how they have been hovering just outside of the rankings:

Is the GSAC contemplating adding an additional school and moving the ranks to 12 schools? Grand Canyon University in Arizona is trying to join the GSAC.

Monday, February 09, 2004
With 8 games left to go in league play, Concoridia (12 - 0) and Azusa (11 - 1) are firmly established at the head of the pack, with BIOLA and Westmont tied for 3rd at 8 - 4 each.

View the latest GSAC standings at the official GSAC site

Azusa and Concordia are both in the top 10, while BIOLA fell to 25th in last weeks poll: