Pepperdine Men’s Baseball has multiple draft prospects for 2019. For those who are not graduating this spring, a difficult decision looms for them and their families.
Defending regular season West Coast Conference champions Pepperdine baseball has high expectations for the upcoming season.
The Waves extend their winning streak to six with a three-game sweep over San Diego.
Junior Cory Wills led the offense with two home runs and four RBIs as the Waves go over .500 for the first time since Feb. 17.
The Waves are now 14-16 overall, and 6-6 in WCC play.
The Waves took two games out of three for a series win over the Cougars and honored former pitcher Randy Wolf.
The Waves fell short on offense against CSUN, totaling only five hits throughout the nine innings.
Despite a slow offensive start against New Mexico and only managed one hit throughout the first five innings, a monster rally by the Waves leads them to victory.
The Waves are back in action at home Tuesday against New Mexico before starting conference play at Gonzaga on Friday.
The Waves drop to 5-8 on the season, with a home-and-away series against Cal State Northridge beginning Friday, March 9.