After a disappointing loss versus LMU, Men’s Water Polo bounced back and commanded a 20-5 victory over No. 18 Brown on Sept. 18. Nine different Waves contributed to the victory and the team looks to build on this victory toward the MPSF Invitational.
Men’s Water Polo lost a tough game to the University of Pacific, snapping their seven-game win streak on Senior Day. The Waves hope to close out the regular season strong with five road games left.
No. 9 Pepperdine Men’s Water Polo pulled off a win against No. 14 UC Irvine, despite a stressful fourth period. The Waves started out strong in their GCC opener, ending the game with a score of 9-6.
The Waves are off to a 10-7 start going into conference play after a huge win against No. 2 UC Berkeley. Can this momentum carry them through league play?
Pepperdine Men’s Water Polo had two chances Sept. 18 to pick up a win but was unable to do so. The team was looking for an opportunity to bounce back from their loss against UC Santa Barbara the week prior, but that will have to wait.
Pepperdine Water Polo returns a full complement of players for the fall season, but its schedule is far from a cakewalk. The Waves will need to battle to win the Golden Coast Conference and return to the NCAA Tournament.
The No. 6-ranked Pepperdine Water Polo team took down the No. 5-ranked UCSB in the last home game of the season 17-10.
The Pepperdine Waves took down the Long Beach State Sharks for the fourth time this season, this time for the Gold Coast Conference Championship.
Pepperdine Men’s Water Polo falls short in pulling off the upset against UCLA.
Pepperdine Men’s Water Polo has their sites set on winning the Gold Coast Conference.