After a string of losses, Pepperdine’s Men’s Basketball Team hoped to secure a win against the Portland Pilots. The Waves were unable to gain headway and lost 82-63.
In their WCC home opener, Men’s Basketball lost 72-62 against the University of San Diego. The Waves lagged behind the Toreros for most of the game, and were unable to secure the points necessary to close the gap.
The Golden State Warriors are once again first in the Western Conference. Sports Assistant Editor Jerry Jiang explains why the Warriors have a chance at the championship this season.
Forget American football: Change the channel and check the scores after. Perspectives Editor AJ Muonagolu explains why football isn’t quite the most thrilling sport to watch.
Pepperdine faces updated county guidance as it continues to deliver on-ground, in-person services for students, faculty and staff. Latest changes per LA County Public Health guidance will impact mega events as well as quarantine measures for unvaccinated individuals.
Waves Weekend took place from Oct. 8-10, bringing in over 1,100 parents and alumni to campus. The University filled the weekend with carnival rides, free food, campus tours, pep rallies and more.
Fresh Faces features first-year and transfer students in an effort to unite Pepperdine students, regardless of where they are. This installment introduces Lauren Wideen, a first-year Sports Medicine major who is passionate about sports and hopes to be a physician assistant in the future.
Freshman guard Malachy Caffrey moved to Malibu from Yakima, Wash. without a guaranteed spot on the Men’s Basketball roster. The walk-on eventually earned the respect of his teammates, coaches and millions on TikTok.
SportsWaves is back to break down the college basketball postseason. Hosts Paxton Ritchey and Karl Winter fill out a complete March Madness bracket and also touch on Pepperdine making the College Basketball Invitational.
The Pepperdine Women’s Basketball season came to an end against PCH rival Loyola Marymount on March 4. The Waves look to rebuild and improve for next season.