Women’s Basketball

26
Oct
2018

Warriors Launch Inaugural Season

10/26/2018 – The Westcliff Warriors women’s basketball team opened their inaugural season at Hope International University on Thursday, Oct. 25th, 2018. The Warriors and HIU Royals co-hosted a Thursday through Sunday classic to launch the 2018-2019 season. The participating schools consisted of Hope International, Cal Miramar, CSU Maritime, Life Pacific College and Westcliff. The Warriors played their first game against visiting Cal. State University Maritime. It was the first of a tough 31-game schedule for the Warriors’ inaugural season.  The night was full of many firsts in program history. The Warriors first ever starting line up consisted of Andreace Tate, Jordan Pierce, Maili Fabius, Jaquel Quest and Patty McClure. Jordan Pierce scored the first points and first three pointer of Westcliff University women’s basketball program history. Simone Hall and Champelle Kelly were the first leading rebounders. Jordan Pierce was the first Warrior to finish in double digits, 17 points total, and shot 50% from the three point line (5 for 10). 6’1″ Jaquel Quest was 2 for 3 (67%) from the three point line for the night and Jordan Veal was 1 for 2. The Warriors made a total of 9 three pointers.  Mia Jones led the Warriors in steals (3)....
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12
Apr
2018

Westcliff Introduces Women’s Basketball Head Coach

04/12/2018 – Westcliff University in Irvine has hired Patty Medina as its head women’s basketball coach to lead the inaugural Warriors team that will begin play in the fall of 2018. Medina spent the last two years at Bethesda University as a head coach, where she was named NCCAA Coach of the Year both seasons and has also been the associate head coach at the junior college level for many years. “It’s a privilege and honor to be a part of the Westcliff Athletics Department, and to have the opportunity to build the first women’s basketball program in Westcliff history,” said Medina. “I’m excited for our university, and also for our community as a whole, to have the chance to embrace our women’s basketball team.” This is Medina’s second head coaching job. Medina’s experience will be paramount in building the Warriors’ first-ever women’s team. “Our main focus for this coming year will be to lay the necessary foundation to build a successful program,” Medina said. “We’ll be working hard to recruit a team of intelligent, talented young women who will excel not only in the classroom and on the basketball court, but in the community as well.” “I’m delighted to...
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