Despite missing several players, No. 6 Pepperdine Women’s Tennis made easy work of No. 58 BYU at home in their first WCC match of the season. The Waves’ 7-0 win took them to a 9-3 mark for the season.
No. 7 Women’s Tennis opened their spring season with a nail-biting loss to No. 4 California. The Waves look to build off the success of last spring season, when they finished as runners-up in the NCAA tournament.
Eight Pepperdine athletes competed in the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. Three alumna earned medals at the games in women’s soccer, women’s tennis and women’s volleyball — the most female Pepperdine medalists in a single Olympics to date.
Pepperdine Women’s Tennis played for the national championship Saturday in Orlando, Fla., battling No. 2 Texas for three hours. The Waves gave the Longhorns a fight but eventually lost the doubles point and the match.
Pepperdine Men’s and Women’s Tennis each won matches April 25 to clinch the regular season conference championship. The victories are a continuation of an impressive streak for the women and a return to glory for the men.
As collegiate seasons begin to wrap up, Pepperdine is showing its all-around athletic excellence with nearly half its programs ranked in the Top 30 nationally. Other highlights include five teams in the Top 10, as well as a postseason trophy for men’s basketball.
Mayar Sherif rewrote the record books at Pepperdine Women’s Tennis. Since leaving, she’s become a trailblazing national hero whose best is likely yet to come.
At least 10 Pepperdine student-athletes decided to return to Malibu after COVID-19 interrupted their senior seasons. Meet five of them this week as they explain their decision to return.
In the unique position of rebuilding while having the country’s top player, No. 6 Pepperdine Women’s Tennis prepares for their upcoming season.
Three Waves make a championship appearance at home invitational.