It’s March and the madness of the NCAA Men’s and Women’s Basketball National Championship tournaments is well underway. The Graphic staff makes their picks for each tournament’s Final Four.
After receiving a bid into the NCAA Tournament, the Women’s Volleyball team failed to make it past UCF in the first round. See the tumultuous four-set loss in photos.
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?
Karl Winter ran the men’s 1500-meter race in the NCAA West Regional Preliminary. Winter is the first Pepperdine Track athlete to qualify for a post season event since 1969.
Despite being amateur participants in the NCAA and full-time students, collegiate athletes are household names and role models to communities of fans and peers. From finding themselves in gambling crosshairs to leading social justice movements, Pepperdine athletes discuss their experiences in the public eye.
Pepperdine Men’s and Women’s Tennis each won matches April 25 to clinch the regular season conference championship. The victories are a continuation of an impressive streak for the women and a return to glory for the men.
Collegiate athletics has become a billion-dollar business with universities profiting off the revenue made, but circumstances have changed drastically due to COVID-19.
Lisa Zaar recently won the Audi Danderyd Open in Sweden on the weekend of Aug. 20. Zaar has continued to compete in organized tournaments despite COVID-19.
Over the past 27 years, Coach Ward has created a culture of winning at Pepperdine while also developing women of character off the field.
Student-athletes at Pepperdine and around the country have become leaders in initiatives for racial and social justice, using their experiences and platforms to help make change.