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.
Pepp Women’s Volleyball hosted Gonzaga in a Friday and Saturday matinee doubleheader. The Waves continuing their WCC momentum with a 3-0 sweep and a five-set victory.
The Women’s Volleyball team swept BYU in three sets, the team’s first win against the Cougars since 2011. The team is ranked second in the WCC and plays BYU again Wednesday, Feb. 24.
Pepperdine Women’s Volleyball swept the San Francisco Dons on Tuesday and came back with a tight four-set victory on Wednesday. With a solid performance from Rachel Ahrens and the help of two dynamic freshmen, the Waves kicked off the 2021 season on a positive note.
Pepperdine Men’s Volleyball and Women’s Indoor Volleyball have their sights set on the adjusted 2020–2021 season. With fall sports being pushed to the spring, both teams will compete for conference titles at the same time.
With the West Coast Conference attempting to play fall sports in the spring, Pepperdine teams take it upon themselves to train, and the Athletic Department maps out a crowded, adjusted spring sports lineup.
Pepperdine Women’s Volleyball Waves falls short to No. 12 Brigham Young University Cougars in three sets.
Pepperdine strengthens their home win streak by defeating USD.
Pepperdine defeated Portland and Gonzaga at Firestone Fieldhouse in their fourth and fifth WCC games