Former standout UCLA Bruins men’s tennis player Martin Redlicki is now part of the Pepperdine Waves men’s tennis team’s coaching staff.
Pepperdine Waves men’s basketball player Colbey Ross is shooting for several hoops dreams in 2021. The senior guard wants to lead his team to a winning record, a West Coast Conference title and an appearance in the NCAA tournament. Ross, a basketball player since he was a tyke, also hopes to…
The spring schedules were set for a couple of Pepperdine Waves sports teams that normally take to the field in the fall.
Every point Pepperdine Waves men’s basketball player Colbey Ross scores in the Waves’ home contest against Fresno State on Dec. 5—and the rest of the season—will be a historic one.
Rick Wallace, an L.A. Marathon participant since the race’s inception in 1984, began training for the 2021 version of the race in July—two months ahead of his usual initial start for the annual spring spectacle.
Outside or inside? Malibu High Sharks volleyball coach Derek Saenz said members of the Sharks boys’ and girls’ volleyball teams will play almost anywhere if they are allowed to participate in the three-month season when it begins in December.
The Pepperdine Waves men’s golf team closed its fall season with a dominant victory last week, capping off the season with a member receiving a player of the month honor.
Pepperdine Waves men’s basketball player Colbey Ross has scored points for his team myriad ways during his college basketball career.
The Pepperdine Waves men’s golf team won its first tournament of the season earlier this month. The squad, ranked first in the nation before the COVID-19 pandemic forced the stoppage of their spring season, won the Oct. 5-6 Pasadera Collegiate Invitational in Monterey.
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.
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.
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.
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…
With two sweeps under their belts, the Pepperdine Waves men’s volleyball team was riding high heading into the back half of their season.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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…
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.
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.
Pepperdine Waves tennis player Ashley Lahey captured her second tournament championship in two events last weekend. And the 2018 NCCA Singles Championship runner-up wasn’t the lone Wave to win a title. Lahey came into the tournament just one week after winning the Oracle/ITA Masters on Sept. 29.
Pepperdine Waves women’s indoor volleyball head coach Scott Wong did not have a ton of advice to give to his squad after they dropped the second set of their home matchup against the Santa Clara Broncos on Sept. 28.
In a sport primarily known for athletes making astounding moves with their feet, a play Pepperdine Waves women’s soccer standout Isabel Nelson made with her head earlier this month netted the Waves one of the biggest wins in program history and her another honor to her growing list of colleg…
When the Pepperdine Waves men’s and women’s golf squads tee off their seasons this month, they will find themselves ranked amongst the top teams in college golf.
Pepperdine Waves women’s volleyball player Hana Lishman’s journey to representing the red, white and blue on the volleyball court began over a decade ago and over 2,500 miles away.
Five days after the Pepperdine Waves beach volleyball team concluded another successful season, two members of the squad continued spiking and volleying their way to victories on the sand.
The first time DeLisha Milton-Jones stepped on a basketball court adorned in red, white and blue, she was a college hoops standout from the University of Florida grabbing boards and getting buckets for a Team USA squad in Italy.
One Pepperdine Waves team advanced in the NCAA tournament of its sport last week, while two others fell in the NCAA tourneys of their sports.
The Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championship Tournament begins on Saturday, but the Pepperdine Waves men’s volleyball team—the MPSF regular-season champions—won’t be taking the floor against an opponent.
Pepperdine women’s swim and dive team player Julianna Chan swam the 100-meter individual medley race to a time of 1:00:09—exactly three-tenths of a second fast than the previous 1:00.39 university record—at the National Invitational Championships in Cleveland, Ohio, on March 16.
The first weekend of this month, a trio of Pepperdine Waves women’s volleyball players vied for a chance to serve, set and spike for the red, white and blue.
The Pepperdine Waves hosted beach volleyball teams from Long Beach State University as well as Cal State Northridge (CSUN) and Bakersfield for the annual Zuma Classic tournament on a rainy March 2 on Zuma Beach.