Tag archives: Kirsten Moore

Warriors to Compete in NCAA DII PacWest Conference 
By Scott Craig   |   July 25, 2023

It’s official: Westmont launches into a new era of athletic competition to play in the NCAA Division II this fall. The NCAA formally notified the college that it is approved to move on to the second year of provisional status, which allows them to compete in the PacWest Conference beginning this coming year.  “The move […]

Berberabe and Jarrett Win NAIA All-Americans
By Scott Craig   |   April 5, 2022

Senior guards Stefanie Berberabe and Lyree Jarrett have been named NAIA Women’s Basketball First Team All-Americans. This is the second time Berberabe and Jarrett have won first team honors. Last year, Berberabe was honored as the NAIA Player of the Year in addition to being included on the first team, while Jarrett was named to […]

Warriors March into Round of 16
By Scott Craig   |   March 22, 2022

Westmont women’s basketball (27-4) punched their ticket to the Round of 16 in the NAIA Women’s Basketball National Championship in Sioux City, Iowa, but it wasn’t easy. Down eight points with less than five minutes left, the Warriors staged an incredible 12-1 comeback to defeat Science and Arts of Oklahoma 50-47.  “The key all night […]

Leading Women Inspire Future Leaders
By Scott Craig   |   April 18, 2019

Westmont alumna Megan Alexander ’02, a correspondent with Inside Edition, presented “A Seat at the Table: Why Women Must Pursue Careers of Influence” at the fourth annual Westmont’s Women’s Leadership Luncheon at the Four Seasons Biltmore. Spearheaded by Kirsten Moore, the women’s head basketball coach and director of the Women’s Leadership Initiative at Westmont, the […]

Warriors Win
By Scott Craig   |   March 14, 2019

No. 10 Westmont women’s basketball (24-7) won the Golden State Athletic Conference Tournament March 2, defeating No. 5 The Master’s (26-6) 60-50. The Warriors have won the GSAC Tourney four years in a row, the first time that’s happened in GSAC history. The Warriors’ victory resulted from a strong defensive performance. “We had a lot […]