As the clock ran down to zero against the University of San Diego on Jan. 12, Pepperdine Women's Basketball lost despite a grueling effort. A hard-fought offensive rebound by sophomore forward Amosa Meali’l was quickly followed by a three-pointer by sophomore guard Helena Friend with four seconds left, which set a final score of 57-51, favoring the Toreros. “Physicality … [Read more...] about Pepperdine Women’s Basketball Falls to USD but Not Without a Fight
Men's baseball freshman catcher Matt Quintar (left) and junior shortstop John Peck (middle) help showcase freshman shortstop Jack Goodman’s deal with Big League Chew (right), Oct. 7. Goodman is one of four Men's Baseball players to report an NIL deal. Photo by Alex Clarke Name, Image and Likeness deals give college athletes the opportunity to make deals with companies and … [Read more...] about A Deep Dive into Name, Image and Likeness Deals at Pepperdine — Is Pepperdine Doing Enough?
Pepperdine Women's Volleyball team huddles with Head Coach Scott Wong and assistant coach Steve Astor during Thursday's game at Firestone Field House. Photo by Caitlyn Garcia Following a brutal loss last Saturday against Gonzaga, the Waves were able to put on a stellar performance against the Santa Clara Broncos with a 25-16, 25-13, 25-20 win Thursday, Oct. 7 at Firestone … [Read more...] about Strong serves set stage for Women’s volleyball sweep of Santa Clara
Waves celebrate after scoring a point at Firestone Fieldhouse on Oct. 6. Pepperdine won 3-0 against the Pacific Tigers. Photos by Mary Caulfield No. 20 Women's Indoor Volleyball won for the fourth time in a row with a 25-14, 25-17, 25-19 win over Pacific on Thursday Oct. 6, at Firestone Fieldhouse. The Waves improve to being 4-2 in West Coast Conference play, with their only … [Read more...] about Women’s Volleyball Sweeps Pacific in Statement Win