You’ve heard of NFL Picks, now get ready for an Olympics roundup, as the Sports desk goes international. Who will win the 2022 Winter Olympics Roundup?
She’s an icon, she’s a legend, she is the moment, she’s Katie Ledecky. News Assistant Editor Sam Torre presents her case on why you should stop yearning for Michael Phelps and start appreciating Katie Ledecky.
Pepperdine alumna Kim Hill won gold with the U.S. Women’s Volleyball team in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and was the first female Olympic gold medalist to graduate from Seaver. Hill visited Pepperdine’s campus for Founder’s Day 2021 and sat down with the Graphic to share her story.
Eight Pepperdine athletes competed in the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. Three alumna earned medals at the games in women’s soccer, women’s tennis and women’s volleyball — the most female Pepperdine medalists in a single Olympics to date.
Pepperdine Beach Volleyball’s winningest player is now a newlywed, a title-winning professional and part of a top-ranked team with a shot to get to Tokyo.
Two sisters Annette and Janice Lee with Pepperdine ties share their experience working the 2018 Winter Olympics
Photos Courtesy of Claire Fagin Jason Garofolo, filmmaker and Pepperdine senior, understands hard work from his past as an aspiring Olympian. Garofolo, who will be graduating this spring, just completed production for his directorial debut, “The Road is All.” He describes it as an art-house adventure film, which follows the story of three friends and […]
Men’s basketball has donned a sweet retro uniforms this season, but should other sports get in on the action?
Thirteen Pepperdine alumni and staff competed in the Rio Olympic Games
Dara Torres spoke at Malibu City Hall about her experience as an Olympic swimmer. Torres swam in five Olympic games.