After winning in overtime over Santa Clara, Pepperdine Men’s Basketball went back on the court less than 48 hours later and got another conference win.
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Pepperdine finishes the season 5-25 overall and 2-16 in WCC play.
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Photos by Berkley Mason Rebuilding. This is one word that describes the 2015-16 Pepperdine Waves women’s basketball team. After losing leading scorer Bria Richardson, leading rebounder Ea Shoushtari and key post defender Tessa Emerson from last year’s squad due to graduation, the Waves saw eight letterwinners return, along with the addition of seven newcomers. Head […]
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Waves are now at an 8-6-2 record after defeating Gonzaga 4-0 on Friday and scraping past Portland 1-0 on Sunday