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.
Women’s Indoor Volleyball dominated their last pre-season opponent in a win over VCU. The Waves are now in the midst of conference play, and will look to build off their early-season momentum.
Pepperdine Men’s and Women’s Tennis each won matches April 25 to clinch the regular season conference championship. The victories are a continuation of an impressive streak for the women and a return to glory for the men.
The Pepperdine men’s tennis team solidified itself as a top team in the WCC with wins over Saint Mary’s and LMU. The team is now 4-0 in conference play this season.
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.
The Pepperdine Women’s Tennis team opened conference play against Santa Clara on March 26. The Waves swept the Broncos 7-0 in Malibu.
Pepperdine Men’s and Women’s Basketball held Senior Day during the final home game of the season at Firestone Fieldhouse. Both teams will head to Las Vegas for the WCC Tournament.
Pepperdine drew up a beautiful inbounds play with six seconds left to take the lead for good and stave off a comeback from PCH Cup rival Loyola Marymount. It was the first win for the Waves in 13 West Coast Conference games.
Pepperdine’s student-athletes and coaches compare with talent more so than numbers to familiar in-state opponents. With a small student population in a competitive area, the Waves have surprising amounts of high-caliber teams annually.
The Women’s Basketball team season is set to start its conference schedule Dec. 28. The team made it to the semifinals of the WCC tournament in March.