Track and Field Athletes Head to Indoor Nationals
Ten Westmont track and field athletes will compete at the Indoor Track and Field National Championships in South Dakota on March 3-6. Senior Kristen Mohrhoff will compete in her first National Championship after qualifying in the women's 600-meter run.
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The Mission of Athletics
Westmont College Athletics is a community committed to cultivating maturity of mind, body and spirit, through the rigorous pursuit of athletic excellence, integrated learning and Christ-centered leadership. Committed to Developing the Whole Person Westmont challenges student-athletes to strive for excellence in every area of life.
Become a Warrior
Warrior teams have gained a national reputation for their athletic prowess, academic achievements and commitment to serving others.
They’ve finished in the top 10 national programs four times.
The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Learfield Directors’ Cup final standings measure overall strength and success at national championships. Westmont ranked sixth in 2018, eighth in 2017, and seventh in 1998- 99 and 2001-02.
The Warriors have captured seven straight Golden State Athletic Conference (GSAC) All-Sports awards for overall performance during the season and in Golden State Athletics Conference championship games.
Warrior athletes succeed in Westmont’s rigorous academic environment.
10 of Westmont’s 12 eligible programs named 2017-18 NAIA Scholar-Teams.
24 Warriors earned honors as 2018 NAIA and GSAC Scholar-Athletes
For overall performance
Financial Aid and Scholarships
Each Warrior team offers athletic scholarships to outstanding recruits. Coaches use a variety of criteria in awarding this aid. Athletes may also qualify for academic or need-based assistance through a combined financial aid package. Westmont encourages everyone to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).