Pepperdine’s Advancement Office continues to advance Pepperdine’s strategic plan through fundraising and advancement projects. Projects in the works include a new scoreboard for the soccer field and baseball stadium, as well as continued development of the Chateau d’Hauteville in Vevay, Switzerland.
Pepperdine Men’s Golf has a chance of making history as the first Pepperdine team to repeat as national champions. The Waves, now ranked No. 3, came into the season as the No. 1 ranked team.
Pepperdine hosted the 84th Founder’s Day on Sept. 22, to commemorate George Pepperdine and his vision for the University. Students, faculty, staff, alumni and other community members attended the event, which included the debut of the new alma mater, a President’s address, a visit from Olympic gold medalist and alumna Kimberly Hill and more.
As collegiate seasons begin to wrap up, Pepperdine is showing its all-around athletic excellence with nearly half its programs ranked in the Top 30 nationally. Other highlights include five teams in the Top 10, as well as a postseason trophy for men’s basketball.
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.
The Waves look to ride their momentum from a strong fall season.
After a strong 2018 campaign, the Waves look to improve this season.
Junior Sahith Theegala wins the Waves Challenge by 16 shots, leading Pepperdine to their first tournament win of the spring season
The Pepperdine Men’s golf team competed at Baylor University’s annual Royal Oaks Intercollegiate; sophomore Clay Feagler drained two aces in two days for the Waves