With the Pepperdine Fitness Center opening its doors last spring and The Mountain project planned for the future, Director of Campus Recreation Robb Bolton said he’s confident campus health and fitness is in a good place. But not so long ago, in the depths of the Firestone Fieldhouse Weight Room, the mood wasn’t quite so bright.
Pepperdine Women’s Volleyball went 3-0 in the Asics Tournament Sept. 1 – Sept. 3. Highlights of the tournament include a victory over No. 9 Baylor.
Men’s Volleyball PR department reported Head Coach David Hunt will be stepping down following the conclusion of the 2021-22 season May 5. Hunt led the team for the past five years and the team will continue to search for a head coach for next season.
Men’s Volleyball fell to No. 1 ranked UCLA in three sets. Unfortunately for the Waves, UCLA won the season series on April 9 with a sweep.
After losing their first game 2-3 to BYU on March 25, Pepperdine came roaring back to split the series on March 26. After the series, Pepperdine stands at 12-7 overall.
No. 7 Pepperdine Men’s Volleyball swept CSU Northridge on Wednesday, March 16. Pepperdine improves to 11-6 on the season with back-to-back sweeps against Northridge.
Men’s Basketball senior guard Jay Yoon tells his story about his Korean American heritage and how he carries himself on the court every day. Being one of the few Asian Americans in college sports, Yoon said he hopes to make an impact on future Asian American athletes.
Pepperdine Men’s Volleyball won a thrilling five-set match versus the University of Southern California on Feb. 23. The Waves had three players in double-digits in kills and sophomore middle blocker Anderson Fuller and sophomore setter Bryce Dvorak had seven blocks apiece.
Women’s Basketball failed to keep up with an energetic Santa Clara offense in their 63-54 loss to the Broncos at Firestone Fieldhouse on Feb. 17. The Waves, now 8-14, will close out their regular season with three road games, starting on Feb. 24 at Gonzaga.
Men’s Basketball fought hard versus BYU but fell short with a score of 91-85. Freshman guard Houston Mallette had a career night with 31 points.