The world of athletics is full of moments of high-stakes competition, hardship, camaraderie and more. Five athletes describe how the moments they experienced in sports shaped their lives.
Men’s Volleyball fell to No. 1 ranked UCLA in three sets. Unfortunately for the Waves, UCLA won the season series on April 9 with a sweep.
No. 7 Pepperdine Men’s Volleyball swept CSU Northridge on Wednesday, March 16. Pepperdine improves to 11-6 on the season with back-to-back sweeps against Northridge.
Men’s Volleyball swept George Mason on March 11 following their loss at McKendree. The Waves’ success was the result of a much different starting lineup.
Pepperdine Men’s Volleyball won a thrilling five-set match versus the University of Southern California on Feb. 23. The Waves had three players in double-digits in kills and sophomore middle blocker Anderson Fuller and sophomore setter Bryce Dvorak had seven blocks apiece.
No. 5 Men’s Volleyball defeated UC Irvine 3-0 at Firestone Fieldhouse on Feb. 9. After losing at UC Irvine on Feb. 11, the Waves enter conference play with a 5-3 record.
The Waves played a hard-fought game against UC Santa Barbra and came up just short losing the 5th set 7-15. The two teams will play again Feb.4
Men’s Volleyball responded to their first loss of a season with a convincing win over Lewis. The team will have another chance against UCSB on Friday, Feb. 4.
After reaching the MPSF Finals and the NCAA tournament, the Men’s Volleyball team looks to use their depth in an unpredictable season. The team feels like they have what it takes to go deeper into the postseason.
Despite 25 days without a match, Pepperdine Men’s Volleyball beat Stanford and UCLA en route to the championship match of the MPSF tournament. The Waves lost the championship to BYU, but were selected to the NCAA Tournament the following day.