After finishing second for three straight seasons, the Pepperdine Women’s Swim and Dive Team is back and motivated to finally claim the PCSC Championship. The team fell in their opening meet to SDSU but placed first at the Rodionoff Invitational, led by strong performances from the seniors and freshmen.
Pepperdine Men’s Basketball ended their season with a win March 24 in the CBI Championship versus Coastal Carolina. Kessler Edwards earned MVP of the tournament and Colbey Ross won his 53rd career game for Pepperdine.
After a win against Santa Clara, Pepperdine Men’s Basketball suffers a heartbreaking loss to BYU in the WCC Tournament Semifinal. Late-game heroics from Colbey Ross were not enough to get the Waves past the Cougars in overtime.
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.
One of Pepperdine’s most decorated athletes of all time chose to forgo his sixth year of eligibility to start his professional career.
Two of Pepperdine’s high-level teams add quality depth in prospects from Tennessee and Florida.
An in-state golfer and an outfielder from New York are poised for eye-opening freshman campaigns for Pepperdine.
With the West Coast Conference attempting to play fall sports in the spring, Pepperdine teams take it upon themselves to train, and the Athletic Department maps out a crowded, adjusted spring sports lineup.
COVID-19 is changing the outlook of collegiate fall sports. The groups involved all have something different at stake, from the athletes, universities and the NCAA.
Pepperdine loses their undefeated record after falling to top-ranked UCLA.