As a sophomore, Ethan Suh found that joining the Pepperdine Baseball team as a walk-on is no small feat. Looking back now as a senior, Suh said the process came down to hard-work, determination and a lot of running.
Pepperdine Baseball (14-9) capped off a series sweep with a 5-3 win against University of the Pacific on March 27, at Eddy D. Field Stadium in Malibu. It was the Waves first sweep in WCC play of the season.
Pepperdine excels in sports as a mid-major program, and one of the main reasons is due to their recruitment process, interviewed student-athletes said. Interviewed student-athletes talk about the process of getting recruited and why they chose Pepperdine.
Pepperdine Baseball won two of three at home against Saint Mary’s College to move to 4-2 in WCC play. Pitching and defense led the way for the Waves, which had not been the case this season until this week.
Pepperdine was unable to hang with the nationally-ranked Gauchos, losing all four games over the weekend. Bright spots for the Waves included a two-homer day from Reese Alexiades and strong relief appearances from freshman Brandon Llewellyn.
With hopes for a strong start to the 2021 season, Pepperdine Baseball loses its opening series to Cal Baptist. While Pepperdine looked strong in the game two victory, they were outscored by the Lancers in games one and three by a combined score of 15-3.
Pepperdine loses their undefeated record after falling to top-ranked UCLA.
Pepperdine Baseball dominates first home series of 2020 from the mound and inside the batter’s box.
Pepperdine Men’s Basketball senior Robbie Skead does it all on campus, joining the basketball team a year after spending his time training for a different sport.
Pepperdine Men’s Baseball has multiple draft prospects for 2019. For those who are not graduating this spring, a difficult decision looms for them and their families.