Pepperdine Women’s Tennis played for the national championship Saturday in Orlando, Fla., battling No. 2 Texas for three hours. The Waves gave the Longhorns a fight but eventually lost the doubles point and the match.
Pepperdine Women's Tennis
Pepperdine Women’s Tennis reached their eighth quarterfinal in program history this season. For the first time, the Waves won that quarterfinal match, beating UCLA 4-3 to move on to the NCAA semifinals.
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.
The fourth-ranked Waves made quick work of Oklahoma State on a beautiful Malibu afternoon. Pepperdine won the doubles point and singles courts four, five and six en route to victory.
Waves Women’s Tennis played three top-six teams in the country at ITA Indoors, advancing to the semifinals. Despite being without No. 1 Ashley Lahey, newcomers stepped up for Pepperdine.
Senior Ashley Lahey, the top women’s tennis player in the nation in 2019–2020, announces she will return to Pepperdine for a fifth year.
Jessica Failla defeated the No. 3 player in the country to clinch, and the No. 17 Waves scored their biggest dual match victory of the season thus far.
The Woolsey Fire forced Pepperdine athletic teams to reschedule, relocate, postpone and cancel several games and practices, but the Athletics community remains stronger than ever
Junior Ashley Lahey is much more than the one of the best tennis players in the nation
Pepperdine’s Evgeniya Levashova reached the final at the Oracle/ITA Masters Tournament, hosted in Malibu