After winning their home opener in convincing fashion, the Waves lost to the Gauchos. Nwaba and Givens lead the offense with 11 points.
Pepperdine student-athletes have a full season after experiencing an odd year due to COVID-19. Athletes say they are excited to have a sense of normalcy.
Men’s Basketball won their home opener Nov. 13 against Idaho State 65-60. The team looks to take advantage of a three game home stand in the early part of the season.
Pepperdine Women’s Basketball beat CSU Los Angeles in their exhibition game. The team hopes to flip the script after a disappointing season last year.
Senior Sports Administration major Ryan Williams describes his day-to-day routine as the men’s basketball head manager. Williams experienced the highs and lows of the team and made unforgettable memories along the way.
Men’s Water Polo lost a tough game to the University of Pacific, snapping their seven-game win streak on Senior Day. The Waves hope to close out the regular season strong with five road games left.
No. 25 Women’s Indoor Volleyball dropped a hard fought match to No. 8 BYU on Oct. 16. The Waves will look to bounce back from a tough stretch with an upcoming road trip.
Pepperdine Men’s Golf has a chance of making history as the first Pepperdine team to repeat as national champions. The Waves, now ranked No. 3, came into the season as the No. 1 ranked team.
Fans filled Firestone Fieldhouse with life once again as Blue and Orange Madness returned to Malibu. The festivities included introductions, a three-point challenge and a dunk contest.
Pepperdine Women’s Indoor Volleyball defeated PCH Cup rivals Loyola Marymount University in five sets. The Waves are on a six game win streak.