Former Pepperdine Waves men’s basketball star Stacy Davis was playing the best basketball of his professional career when the novel coronavirus pandemic stopped the ball from bouncing in sports leagues around the globe in March.
Members of the Pepperdine Waves women’s soccer team won’t kick any competitive goals this year, and members of the school’s women’s volleyball team must wait a few extra months to stuff an opponent’s scoring attempt or rocket the ball over the net.
Members of the Malibu High School Sharks players will hit the beach next week for the beginning of several months of practice.Sharks head coach Derek Saenz said members of the squads and any youth that want to attend will do volleyball skills and conditioning work at Zuma Beach for three day…
Malibu High School Sharks football may still take place during the upcoming school year—but according to guidance released Monday, July 20, the fall season will be pushed back to January 2021. The first approved practice date for eight-man football is not until Dec. 14, 2020.
It’s been more than three years since Marv Dunphy retired from his post as the head coach of the Pepperdine Waves men’s volleyball team. To the hall of fame coach, the time since the end of his 34th season leading the Waves has sprinted by.
A quintet of former Pepperdine Waves women’s soccer players was among the first athletes to strike a soccer ball in the U.S. when their sport returned to action last weekend after a long hiatus due to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
When Malibu High School basketball player Cameron Nwede first saw the horrific video of George Floyd being murdered by Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, he was overcome with emotion.
A gambler who threatened a Pepperdine Waves men’s basketball player via social media more than 13 months ago was arrested by federal authorities last month.
Distance runner Aidan Reid was racing through her senior season with the Malibu High Sharks track & field team when the season was abruptly shut down due to spread of the novel coronavirus.
Pepperdine Waves tennis player Ashley Lahey was acing her way through a season that featured her ranked as the country’s top singles player in the Oracle/ITA Division 1 women’s rankings last month. The senior had won nine matches since the start of the new year and collected a West Coast Con…
It was three weeks after the sports world shut down due to the novel coronavirus outbreak and Oaks Christian soccer player Sophia Prudholme, 16, was still kicking.
Rick Wallace has run over 900 miles across the Los Angeles area thanks to his participation in the Los Angeles Marathon every year since its inception in the early 1980s. However, during his most recent jaunt down the city’s roadways in the annual endurance race, the Malibu resident and Real…
With two sweeps under their belts, the Pepperdine Waves men’s volleyball team was riding high heading into the back half of their season.
Ani Dermenjian, longtime Malibu local and current president of Malibu Association of Realtors, celebrates successfully completing this year’s LA Marathon, held March 8, earning her finisher medal as well as this year’s Conqur LA medal, indicating her completion of the Santa Monica Classic, P…
For over three decades, Malibu Realtor Rick Wallace has spent one day each year traversing through Los Angeles—one foot in front of the other, continuously—for miles and miles.
At the start of the Pepperdine Waves men’s volleyball team’s season redshirt freshman middle blocker JT Ardell wasn’t seeing much action on the court for the Waves. Now, over a month later, he is the reigning Mountain Pacific Sports Federation/Molten Defensive Player of the Week.
Malibu Sharks surf team member Saxon Rhodes surfed her way to a first-place finish as two groups of Sharks surfers grabbed wins in the team’s last event of the season.
Malibu High Sharks boys basketball player Elijah Shayne peered into the teeth of the Carpinteria Warriors’ defense on Feb. 6 and didn’t falter.
Two Pepperdine Waves basketball players had career performances as Pepperdine’s men’s and women’s basketball squads grabbed overtime victories over West Coast Conference rivals on Saturday, Feb. 1.
The Malibu Boys U14 All Star AYSO team headed to Bakersfield following their regional All Star championship for their age bracket, which they won on Sunday, Jan. 19, after two weekends of games.
Malibu High School Sharks girls soccer hosted conference rivals the Fillmore Flashes on Wednesday, Jan. 22, falling in the matchup, 4-1. Sharks took home a “W” against another conference foe, Hueneme, on Friday, Jan. 24.
Pepperdine Waves men’s basketball player Colbey Ross was focused on one thing after a sophomore season that featured him averaging 19 points and seven assists a game and receiving West Coast Conference first team honors: improving hoops dexterity.
Pepperdine women’s basketball posted a decisive win over West Coast Conference rivals the University of San Francisco Dons, finishing the game on top by a score of 82-70, having never fallen behind any of the game’s 40 minutes.
Malibu Sharks boys basketball player Dean Furlong wasn’t having the swishiest of shooting nights when his dad, Malibu coach Larry Furlong, addressed him during a timeout in the final quarter in the Sharks’ Jan. 9 home contest against Santa Paula.
The Pepperdine men’s basketball team battled hard against No. 1 ranked West Coast Conference rival Gonzaga last weekend, before falling, 75-70, by the buzzer.
Malibu Surf Team coach John Cross (center right) accepts a check presented by Malibu Rotary Club members (from left) Steve Harwood, Carlye Rudkin and Margo Neal. The check was one of several donations made by the Rotary Club in December.
Aiden Davis tallied nine goals in three junior varsity games this season before being promoted to the Malibu High Sharks boys soccer varsity team earlier this month.
Six days after coaching the Pepperdine Waves men’s water polo team to the brink of a national title game appearance, Terry Schroeder was named the Golden Coast Conference Coach of the Year for the second time during his hall of fame coaching career.
The aces, assists, blocks, digs, kicks and scores that nine members of the Pepperdine Waves women’s soccer and women’s indoor volleyball teams produced during their seasons not only helped their squads have successful 2019 campaigns, but also resulted in them garnering postseason recognition…
Malibu runner Alberto “Barefoot” Perusset recently completed his 203rd barefoot marathon—the Rock into December Marathon at Bayshore in Long Beach on Dec. 1. This marathon sets a new world record for most barefoot marathons run by one man. According to Perusset, race organizer Charlie Alewin…
Two days after grubbing on turkey, stuffing and other Thanksgiving fixings, a bevy of Sharks splashed into the Shark Tank at Malibu High for a holiday tradition.
The Pepperdine Waves men’s water polo squad, champs of the Golden Coast Conference, will hit the pool against UC Davis in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Water Polo Championships in Stockton on Dec. 5.
The annual Malibu Half-Marathon and 5K took place at Zuma Beach last weekend on Sunday, Nov. 3, bringing hundreds of runners to compete for a good cause—proceeds went to the Boys & Girls Club of Malibu. Last year, charitable partners received $30,000 from the running event, a total race …
Malibu High School boys water polo hosted Villanova at the MHS pool on Thursday, Oct. 24. The Sharks have one more match left this season, against Samohi on Friday, Nov. 1.
Pepperdine Waves women’s soccer team head coach Tim Ward has a simple message for the Waves with three games left on their regular season schedule and a chance to qualify for the NCAA’s Women’s College Cup available: “Let’s get better.”
The reigning Universal Tennis Rating/Intercollegiate Tennis Association National Player of the Month added another tournament championship to her resume last weekend.