Art by Christine Nelson Be it the Zika virus, Ebola or whatever may come in the future, it is important to take action and pay more attention to world epidemics not just when they start to affect one’s own country, but rather as soon as the outbreak starts to become a concern. A lot of […]
Engel shares her experience as the Waves’ top cross-country runner. She wrapped up her season with Regionals on Nov. 13
Art by Christine Nelson Pepperdine Athletics’ Refuel the Waves campaign went above and beyond. In just seven days, the week-long crowd-funding initiative aimed at better meeting the nutritional needs of Pepperdine’s student-athletes raised $24,090, exceeding the goal of $20,000 that was initially set. Jimmy Gehrels, co-president of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, explained that such a […]
Waves are now at an 8-6-2 record after defeating Gonzaga 4-0 on Friday and scraping past Portland 1-0 on Sunday
The first weekend of Conference season starts off with a 1-1 overall; defeat to UCLA and a win against San Jose State.
Half of the women’s swim team are entering their first year as a Wave. Out of the 35 athletes on the team, there are only 13 upperclassmen against an astonishing 22 underclassmen. Head Coach Nick Rodionoff said he wants to establish a new foundation for the team and rejuvenate the squad.
Pepperdine is now 6-1 for the 2015 season. Waves are still undefeated playing at home.
The Waves roll over competition with six game-winning streak; standout senior Lorraine Guillermo champions the No. 1 court.
No. 49-ranked Waves’ men’s tennis team storms past WCC opponent BYU 4-1 at home for their 11th win of the season.
The senior star reflects on his hesitant start to a volleyball career that took him to Pepperdine, and he shares his post-grad plans.