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.
After years of waiting, the Waves soccer team has a new and improved locker room. Previously, they had been using baseball’s visiting locker room as their own.
No. 13 Pepperdine Women’s Soccer fought Saint Mary’s to a scoreless draw Oct. 23 on the Waves’ senior night. The Waves (14-2-1) have two games left in the regular season.
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 being amateur participants in the NCAA and full-time students, collegiate athletes are household names and role models to communities of fans and peers. From finding themselves in gambling crosshairs to leading social justice movements, Pepperdine athletes discuss their experiences in the public eye.
A battle between the final two unbeaten teams in the West Coast Conference resulted in a seven-goal thriller. Kelsey Turnbow’s 105th-minute goal gave the Broncos the win and the inside track to the conference championship.
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.
During a socially distanced summer, Pepperdine athletic programs revamped their training programs and made the offseason more mental than physical.