No.19 Pepperdine Women’s Soccer defeated South Dakota State 7-1 in the first round of the 2021 NCAA College Cup on Saturday, Nov. 13. The Waves will play North Carolina State in the second round Nov. 19.
After years of waiting, the Waves soccer team has a new and improved locker room. Previously, they had been using baseball’s visiting locker room as their own.
No. 13 Pepperdine Women’s Soccer fought Saint Mary’s to a scoreless draw Oct. 23 on the Waves’ senior night. The Waves (14-2-1) have two games left in the regular season.
Pepperdine completes its fourth shutout of the season against UC Santa Barbara on Sunday afternoon. The Waves took control of the game early and continue their hot start to the season.
Pepperdine Women’s Soccer has taken the field again for the 2021 season, and is off to a 5-1-0 start. The team looks to build off their success moving forward, while also staying true to their guiding principles.
The NCAA now allows student-athletes to make money off of their name, image and likeness. What does that mean, and how can Pepperdine student-athletes leverage it?
Despite having the majority of the chances, Pepperdine Women’s Soccer came up short in a key match against BYU. The loss dropped the Waves to third in the WCC and severely dented their NCAA Tournament hopes.
A battle between the final two unbeaten teams in the West Coast Conference resulted in a seven-goal thriller. Kelsey Turnbow’s 105th-minute goal gave the Broncos the win and the inside track to the conference championship.
Over the past 27 years, Coach Ward has created a culture of winning at Pepperdine while also developing women of character off the field.
The Waves soccer team continues their home win streak with a solid win over Gonzaga.