Pepperdine faces challenges in recruitment and competition with some facilities. Still, administrators say it’s “not where you are, it’s who you are.”
In their third weekend at Azusa Pacific, Pepperdine Track had a great showing at the Bryan Clay Invitational. The Waves had top-10 finishes in a multitude of heats and have an opportunity to send a runner to the NCAA Regionals.
From Malibu to Madison, Deahna Kraft is a key component of No. 1 Wisconsin’s success this season. The former Pepperdine Beach Volleyball player reflected on her time as a Wave and talked about her journey returning to indoor volleyball.
For the first time this semester, two of Pepperdine’s teams had to quarantine for 10 days due to COVID-19. Players from each team explained the reasons for the positive tests and when they’ll be cleared to play.
Pepperdine Men’s Basketball ended their season with a win March 24 in the CBI Championship versus Coastal Carolina. Kessler Edwards earned MVP of the tournament and Colbey Ross won his 53rd career game for Pepperdine.
After a win against Santa Clara, Pepperdine Men’s Basketball suffers a heartbreaking loss to BYU in the WCC Tournament Semifinal. Late-game heroics from Colbey Ross were not enough to get the Waves past the Cougars in overtime.
Pepperdine lost its third straight conference game in the high-intensity PCH Cup. Pepperdine falls to 11-11 on the season with one tune-up game remaining before the WCC Tournament.
With hopes for a strong start to the 2021 season, Pepperdine Baseball loses its opening series to Cal Baptist. While Pepperdine looked strong in the game two victory, they were outscored by the Lancers in games one and three by a combined score of 15-3.
After a late 12-0 run from the Saint Mary’s Gaels, Pepperdine escaped a home contest on Saturday to make it three straight victories. It is the second time in Lorenzo Romar’s tenure where they have won three consecutive conference games.
Created by the Emily Shane Foundation, the Successful Education Achievement Program provides students in the Malibu community with one-on-one tutorship and counseling. While Pepperdine students have participated in the program since its creation in 2012, the University’s athletes are getting more involved.