Pepperdine Women’s Soccer has taken the field again for the 2021 season, and is off to a 5-1-0 start. The team looks to build off their success moving forward, while also staying true to their guiding principles.
As COVID-19 continues to spread, the U.S. ranks highest in terms of total cases and total deaths worldwide. The Pepperdine community faces new challenges as the virus progresses.
Pepperdine’s student-athletes and coaches compare with talent more so than numbers to familiar in-state opponents. With a small student population in a competitive area, the Waves have surprising amounts of high-caliber teams annually.
The success of local powerhouses Mater Dei and St. John Bosco raises ethical questions behind recruiting and what it’s doing to high school sports as a whole.
After being pushed to five sets on Wednesday, the Waves wasted no time in defeating the Trojans.
In the unique position of rebuilding while having the country’s top player, No. 6 Pepperdine Women’s Tennis prepares for their upcoming season.
Women’s Beach Volleyball prepare to win back the West Coast Conference Championship in 2020.
Waves Men’s Volleyball lost half its roster in the offseason. In four phrases from four different players and coaches, learn why the new-look team believes it can duplicate the previous season’s success despite the bevy of departures.
The game we’ve been waiting for … for 14 years.
Pepperdine’s Fall sports teams have some big games on their schedules this season.