Men's baseball freshman catcher Matt Quintar (left) and junior shortstop John Peck (middle) help showcase freshman shortstop Jack Goodman’s deal with Big League Chew (right), Oct. 7. Goodman is one of four Men's Baseball players to report an NIL deal. Photo by Alex Clarke Name, Image and Likeness deals give college athletes the opportunity to make deals with companies and … [Read more...] about A Deep Dive into Name, Image and Likeness Deals at Pepperdine — Is Pepperdine Doing Enough?
Raleigh Runnels Memorial Pool, home of the Pepperdine Men's Water Polo team, sits empty before the game on Oct. 22. Two more games will be played here before the end of the season. Photo by Caitlyn GarciaNo. 9 Pepperdine Men’s Water Polo lost to No. 5 University of Southern California with a score of 13-11 on Oct. 22 at Raleigh Runnels Memorial Pool. This loss puts the … [Read more...] about No. 9 Pepperdine Men’s Water Polo falls to No. 5 USC in close 13-11 game
Tari Frahm Rhokus Field shines on the Pepperdine Malibu campus Sept. 23. Pepperdine is one of 350 Division I schools that doesn't have football. Photo by Colton RubsamenFall is a signal of many things, but for some colleges, it's football season. Out of the 350 Division I schools in the NCAA, 112 schools do not have a football program, including Pepperdine, according to NCAA … [Read more...] about Location, Money and Conference Play —Why Pepperdine Doesn’t Have a Football Team
Pepperdine Women's Soccer stands for a team photo after an early morning practice Sept. 1. Through their first six matches, the Waves are off to a flying start. Photos by Ryan BrinkmanIt’s been a short turnaround for Pepperdine Women’s Soccer, who finished the 2020-2021 season April 17, and returned for the first regular season game of the 2021 season Aug. 12. From … [Read more...] about Women’s Soccer ‘Playing for Higher Purpose,’ Primed for Big Season
Since Pepperdine University officially closed its campus in March, COVID-19 has spread over Los Angeles, the U.S. and the world. The University's decision on whether to reopen in spring 2020 depends directly on the LA Department of Public Health and the COVID-19 case numbers. As of Nov. 1, Pepperdine reported 67 COVID-19 cases in the Pepperdine community, including students, … [Read more...] about How COVID-19 Affects Pepperdine, California and the World at Large