Senior Hailey Serrano downloaded Tiktok in 2019 on a whim, but little did she know she would soon gain a following on the app to share her faith with.
Title IX, a famous piece of legislation for women in college sports, greatly increases opportunities and financial aid available to female student-athletes. However, the law’s drawbacks and loopholes have drawn criticism in recent years as college sports become more and more expensive.
For the duration of the fall semester, student-athletes have learned to live a life as the only members on campus. Despite the unprecedented isolation, they are grateful for the opportunity to be some of the few students living in the dorms.
First-year student-athletes from New Mexico, Georgia and Alaska converge on Malibu to join their new teams. Meet Isabel Montoya, Kendyl Carson and Skylar Davis in the fifth edition of Baby Waves.
Senior Max Root competed in the 24 Hours of Le Mans this past weekend as one of the youngest racers.
Although classes are remote this fall, Pepperdine sports-related clubs are keeping their members engaged and active, both remotely and in the Malibu area.
Senior point guard Colbey Ross decided to play as a Wave for one more season instead of entering the NBA Draft.
At least 10 Pepperdine student-athletes decided to return to Malibu after COVID-19 interrupted their senior seasons. Meet three more this week in this second installment of fifth- and sixth-year profiles.
At least 10 Pepperdine student-athletes decided to return to Malibu after COVID-19 interrupted their senior seasons. Meet five of them this week as they explain their decision to return.
The first two tournament wins of the season landed the Waves the No. 1 national ranking.