Pepperdine Men’s Tennis split home battles with top-15 teams March 17 and 18, avenging a previous loss to No. 10 Harvard but losing to No. 15 Texas. The Waves are now 8-5 overall as they enter the West Coast Conference portion of their schedule.
No. 22 Men’s Tennis pulled out a win against University of Arizona on a sunny afternoon in Malibu on Jan. 23. The Waves will look to build off last season’s WCC title, the first for the program since 2013.
Pepperdine Men’s Tennis competed in the ITA Southwest Regional Championship Oct. 22-26. Graduate student Andrew Rogers won the singles draw, after besting sophomore Pietro Fellin in the final.
Pepperdine Men’s and Women’s Tennis each won matches April 25 to clinch the regular season conference championship. The victories are a continuation of an impressive streak for the women and a return to glory for the men.
Team chemistry is a phrase thrown around the sports world often. What interactions between coaches, athletes and other personnel define the chemistry of the best teams?
Two of Pepperdine’s high-level teams add quality depth in prospects from Tennessee and Florida.
Pepperdine coaches adapt to regulations set by the NCAA regarding prospective student-athlete contact.
Coaches and student-athletes of the 11 Waves teams whose seasons were cut short reflect on their accomplishments in the shortened seasons.
Matching a nationwide trend, a growing number of Waves student-athletes come from other countries, and it’s a positive learning experience for everyone.
The Waves are off to a good start in the spring season, going 4–0 in dual matches.