Pepperdine Men’s Golf has a chance of making history as the first Pepperdine team to repeat as national champions. The Waves, now ranked No. 3, came into the season as the No. 1 ranked team.
One of Pepperdine’s most decorated athletes of all time chose to forgo his sixth year of eligibility to start his professional career.
After Pepperdine Men’s Golf suffered perhaps the most heartbreaking end to the season in athletics last year, seven of its players qualified for the prestigious U.S. Amateur Tournament.
The first two tournament wins of the season landed the Waves the No. 1 national ranking.
Pepperdine student-athletes and coaches shed light on their memories of Los Angeles basketball legend Kobe Bryant.
Pepperdine Men’s Golf is ready to build on their fall season, highlighted by two of their most experienced players.
Pepperdine Men’s Golf brings a loaded roster into the 2019–2020 season, and the rest of the nation is on alert.
The Waves look to ride their momentum from a strong fall season.
After a strong 2018 campaign, the Waves look to improve this season.
Junior Sahith Theegala wins the Waves Challenge by 16 shots, leading Pepperdine to their first tournament win of the spring season