Men’s Volleyball PR department reported Head Coach David Hunt will be stepping down following the conclusion of the 2021-22 season May 5. Hunt led the team for the past five years and the team will continue to search for a head coach for next season.
Men’s Volleyball fell to No. 1 ranked UCLA in three sets. Unfortunately for the Waves, UCLA won the season series on April 9 with a sweep.
Damian Lillard remains one of the few superstars in the NBA that remains loyal to the team that drafted him. Sports Assistant Editor Jerry Jiang explains that while Lillard’s loyalty is appreciated, he should leave the Blazers for his and the team’s sake.
Pepperdine Campus Recreation offer students club sports as a way to find community through competitive sports. In the spring semester, teams such as the surf team, club tennis, women’s lacrosse, rugby and Esports are all available for Pepperdine students.
The Brooklyn Nets selected Kessler Edwards No. 44 overall in the 2021 NBA Draft. Edwards made his NBA debut versus the Golden State Warriors on Nov. 16, 2021, where he became the first NBA player from Pepperdine since Alex Acker.
Pepperdine Women’s Swim and Dive team made history when the team won its first Pacific Coast Swim and Dive Championship in program history in February. After falling short three straight years, Head Coach Ellie Monobe said the team culture played a pivotal part in the win.
Men’s Volleyball swept George Mason on March 11 following their loss at McKendree. The Waves’ success was the result of a much different starting lineup.
Men’s Basketball senior guard Jay Yoon tells his story about his Korean American heritage and how he carries himself on the court every day. Being one of the few Asian Americans in college sports, Yoon said he hopes to make an impact on future Asian American athletes.
Pepperdine Men’s Volleyball won a thrilling five-set match versus the University of Southern California on Feb. 23. The Waves had three players in double-digits in kills and sophomore middle blocker Anderson Fuller and sophomore setter Bryce Dvorak had seven blocks apiece.
Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving’s selfishness has already driven James Harden out of Brooklyn. Sports Assistant Editor Jerry Jiang explains if Irving doesn’t clean up his act, he will never win a ring again.