Men’s Basketball lost their sixth game two days after their thriller overtime loss to LMU. The team has another chance versus San Diego on Jan. 27.
After reaching the MPSF Finals and the NCAA tournament, the Men’s Volleyball team looks to use their depth in an unpredictable season. The team feels like they have what it takes to go deeper into the postseason.
The Golden State Warriors are once again first in the Western Conference. Sports Assistant Editor Jerry Jiang explains why the Warriors have a chance at the championship this season.
After winning their home opener in convincing fashion, the Waves lost to the Gauchos. Nwaba and Givens lead the offense with 11 points.
Pepperdine student-athletes have a full season after experiencing an odd year due to COVID-19. Athletes say they are excited to have a sense of normalcy.
Men’s Basketball won their home opener Nov. 13 against Idaho State 65-60. The team looks to take advantage of a three game home stand in the early part of the season.
Pepperdine Women’s Basketball beat CSU Los Angeles in their exhibition game. The team hopes to flip the script after a disappointing season last year.
Senior Sports Administration major Ryan Williams describes his day-to-day routine as the men’s basketball head manager. Williams experienced the highs and lows of the team and made unforgettable memories along the way.
Men’s Water Polo lost a tough game to the University of Pacific, snapping their seven-game win streak on Senior Day. The Waves hope to close out the regular season strong with five road games left.
No. 25 Women’s Indoor Volleyball dropped a hard fought match to No. 8 BYU on Oct. 16. The Waves will look to bounce back from a tough stretch with an upcoming road trip.