It’s March and the madness of the NCAA Men’s and Women’s Basketball National Championship tournaments is well underway. The Graphic staff makes their picks for each tournament’s Final Four.
During a hard-fought game against No.1 Gonzaga, Pepperdine’s Men’s Basketball Team fell behind and could not bridge the gap against the hotshot opponents, Feb. 16. The Waves hope to turn things around versus Portland on Feb. 19.
No. 3 Pepperdine Women’s Soccer improved to 13-1 on the season with a 3-0 win at home against Gonzaga on Saturday, Oct. 16. The Waves recorded their 10th shutout of the season with the victory.
Point guard Colbey Ross notched another career milestone, but Pepperdine Men’s Basketball fell at the hands of Gonzaga. The undefeated Bulldogs were the second-ever No. 1 team to enter Firestone Fieldhouse.
Pepperdine Men’s Basketball responds to the Thursday loss to BYU by beating them in Firestone Fieldhouse as a result of late game heroics from Colbey Ross and Kessler Edwards. The Waves hand the Cougars their fourth loss and jump to third in West Coast Conference standings.
Junior forward Kessler Edwards led all scorers with 37 points and Pepperdine Men’s Basketball annihilated Pacific 85-68 on Jan. 21. The Waves led by as many as 35 in a complete effort, their second consecutive home win.
In a back-and-forth affair, Gonzaga outshot Pepperdine to retain their top-3 NCAA ranking.
Stand Up To Cancer holds their first event at a college campus at a Waves baseball game
The Pepperdine Women’s Soccer team continue their winning streak with a victory against BYU
Despite a slow offensive start against New Mexico and only managed one hit throughout the first five innings, a monster rally by the Waves leads them to victory.