Freshman stepped up to help Pepperdine Women's Soccer prevail in a physical game against the Pacific Tigers on Oct 4, at Tari Frahm Rokus Field. Freshman forward Julia Quinonez and redshirt freshman forward Kendall Campbell each scored in the first half while sophomore goalie Taylor Rath put on a strong defensive showing, allowing the Waves to win their first WCC game of the … [Read more...] about Women’s Soccer Gets First WCC Win over Pacific 2-1.
As the 2023-2024 school year begins, Pepperdine will welcome a total of 37 transfer student-athletes across all sports, Associate Director of Athletics Amanda Kurtz wrote in an Aug 9, email to the Graphic. For multiple teams, such as Women’s Basketball and baseball, these numbers are much higher than in previous years. The experience of transfer student-athletes is a valuable … [Read more...] about Pepperdine Welcomes Large Influx of Transfer Student Athletes to Start the New Year
Six Pepperdine athletes from five different sports show their tattoos. These tattoos represent everything from words to live by, to family members who have died. Photos provided by sources Tattoos can be a way for people to showcase the most important aspects of who they are as people and where they come from.Six Pepperdine athletes said they represent the most important … [Read more...] about Meaningful Ink: Pepp Athletes Share the Stories Behind Their Tattoos
Graduate outside hitter Jaylen Jasper gets a kill against UC Santa Barbara on Feb. 1, at Firestone Fieldhouse. Jasper finished the game with 17 kills on 42 attempts, good for a .472 percentage. Photos by Emma IbarraLed by the teams' emotion and graduate outside hitter Jaylen Jasper, the No. 5 Pepperdine Waves swept the UC Santa Barbara Gauchos in three straight competitive sets … [Read more...] about Revenge is a Dish Best Served by a Sweep: No. 5 Waves down No. 14 UCSB
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