Pepperdine Women’s Soccer defeated University of San Diego 3-0 on Oct. 1 to start their WCC conference play. The Waves will travel on the road for their next two matches
Coming off a 2-2 draw against LSU on Aug. 25, No. 14 Women’s Soccer put themselves back in the win column with a 4-0 shutout of San Diego State University. The Waves are 3-0-1 to start the season.
No.19 Pepperdine Women’s Soccer defeated South Dakota State 7-1 in the first round of the 2021 NCAA College Cup on Saturday, Nov. 13. The Waves will play North Carolina State in the second round Nov. 19.
No. 3 Pepperdine Women’s Soccer improved to 13-1 on the season with a 3-0 win at home against Gonzaga on Saturday, Oct. 16. The Waves recorded their 10th shutout of the season with the victory.
No. 6 Pepperdine Women’s Soccer improved to 10-1-0 with a decisive 3-0 win against University of Portland on Saturday, Oct. 2. This is the Waves’ best start in program history.
The Waves are off to a dream start and have climbed the national rankings. What can we expect from them as they enter WCC play?
Pepperdine completes its fourth shutout of the season against UC Santa Barbara on Sunday afternoon. The Waves took control of the game early and continue their hot start to the season.
Despite having the majority of the chances, Pepperdine Women’s Soccer came up short in a key match against BYU. The loss dropped the Waves to third in the WCC and severely dented their NCAA Tournament hopes.
Pepperdine Women’s Soccer celebrated its 10 seniors in style, scoring five goals in the first 20 minutes of a 7-0 drubbing of San Diego. The Waves moved to 5-1-1 in WCC play with two conference matches remaining.
Pepperdine Women’s Soccer recorded its second straight win to begin WCC play, beating a scrappy and physical University of San Francisco team 1-0. Joelle Anderson’s 69th minute goal off an assist from Trinity Watson was all the Waves needed.