Some people don’t understand why anyone would run for fun. Digital Editor Karl Winter, a senior cross country and track student-athlete for Pepperdine, tells the story of how he fell in love with running as an activity, not just a competitive sport.
Senior Business Administration major Key Pearson speaks about her mental health challenges as one of Pepperdine’s top cross country athletes.
On March 16, Pepperdine terminated Cross Country/Track Head Coach Sylvia Mosqueda but didn’t say why. The Graphic spoke with eight current and former members of the program, who detailed Mosqueda’s history of making sexually, racially and emotionally insensitive comments.
Pepperdine cut ties with Head Coach Sylvia Mosqueda, who was in her second season coaching the program. The change comes in the middle of the season for the Waves, who still have four track meets left on the schedule.
Photo courtesy of Key Pearson One word to describe junior business administration major Key Pearson is “energized.” She has not gone a week without running since her junior year of high school, drinks half a cup of coffee every morning and loves driving fast. “I like to push myself and see my limits always,” Pearson […]
Although they need to wait a little longer to compete, this year’s freshmen class of student-athletes has a full plate adjusting to new coaches, teammates and classes in a virtual setting.
With the West Coast Conference attempting to play fall sports in the spring, Pepperdine teams take it upon themselves to train, and the Athletic Department maps out a crowded, adjusted spring sports lineup.
Pepperdine’s Fall sports teams have some big games on their schedules this season.
The Woolsey Fire forced Pepperdine athletic teams to reschedule, relocate, postpone and cancel several games and practices, but the Athletics community remains stronger than ever
With a new ranking, Waves look toward the future with a high hope for success