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.
Pepperdine student-athletes have a full season after experiencing an odd year due to COVID-19. Athletes say they are excited to have a sense of normalcy.
Women’s Indoor Volleyball shutout Pacific 25-15, 25-19, 25-20 Saturday, Nov. 6. The Waves are on a five-game win streak, and will look to continue their solid run of form on their road trip to BYU and San Diego on Nov. 11-13.
No. 25 Women’s Indoor Volleyball dropped a hard fought match to No. 8 BYU on Oct. 16. The Waves will look to bounce back from a tough stretch with an upcoming road trip.
Pepperdine Women’s Indoor Volleyball defeated PCH Cup rivals Loyola Marymount University in five sets. The Waves are on a six game win streak.
Women’s Indoor Volleyball dominated their last pre-season opponent in a win over VCU. The Waves are now in the midst of conference play, and will look to build off their early-season momentum.
Pepperdine Women’s Volleyball went 1-1 in the 23rd annual Pepperdine Asics Classic. Rachel Ahrens reached 1,000 career kills in the process, becoming the 21st Pepperdine Women’s Volleyball player to reach that milestone.
Taking the court for the first time this season, Pepperdine Women’s Volleyball delivered three victories at the Classic City Clash in Athens, Georgia on Friday, Aug. 27 and Saturday, Aug. 28.
Pepperdine Women’s Volleyball gave 12th-seeded Baylor all they could handle April 15 in Omaha, but the Bears secured a five-set victory to avoid the upset. Pepperdine reached the match against Baylor by defeating UMBC for their second NCAA Tournament victory in the past three seasons.
Pepperdine Women’s Volleyball earned a spot in the 48-team NCAA Tournament field after a 16-3 regular season. The Waves received a favorable draw for the tournament, which will be played in Omaha, Neb.