Host Gabrielle Salgado talks with sophomore Isabel Montoya about the importance of family and a support system in athletics, especially for mental health.
Rianna Dizon interviews freshman men’s volleyball outside hitter Joe Deluzio about his family and athletic journey.
First-year Business Administration major and baseball player Blake Pou speaks about the importance of mindfulness in athletics.
Olympic Volleyball Player Kim Hill talks about her journey from Pepperdine to winning Olympic Gold in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Senior Business Administration major Key Pearson speaks about her mental health challenges as one of Pepperdine’s top cross country athletes.
Senior Jessica Campbell shares about using her Pepperdine and internship networks to meet sports industry professionals and become one.
Pepperdine’s Women’s Tennis team competed for the first time since this past spring in a tournament in San Diego. The team sent four of its athletes to compete against pros, collegiate and junior athletes.
Racial and social justice movements persist in professional sports, and athletes and leagues are hoping to be leaders in this movement using their platforms.
Pepperdine’s Malibu campus is closed, but some students were given permission to live in on-campus apartments. These students share the struggles and high points of their new Pepperdine lifestyle.
With the West Coast Conference postponed, how is Pepperdine going to move forward with its student-athletes? Will Pepperdine give them the training and attention they deserve?