Pepperdine Waves

Pepperdine boasts a one-of-a-kind athletic department with unprecedented success for a school of its size. The Waves have won NCAA Division I championships in five different men’s sports – one of just 16 schools to have accomplished this feat – and nine overall. Of this elite group, Pepperdine has the smallest enrollment and is the only school not associated with a "major" conference. The Waves earned the Division I-AAA All-Sports Trophy, an award based on postseason success that’s given to the top non-football school, for the third time in 2011-12. Located in scenic Malibu, Calif., the university overlooks the Pacific Ocean and its campus and athletic facilities are regularly voted among the nation’s most beautiful. Pepperdine, which is affiliated with the Church of Christ, ranks #57 overall on U.S. News and World Report’s list of America’s best colleges. #RollWaves

Liv Cheng has been selected as the West Coast Conference’s nominee for the prestigious NCAA Woman of the Year award! Story:

Congrats to Marcelo Ferreira, who was promoted to head men’s tennis coach! Story:

Our final This Week at Pepperdine of the school year gets you set for postseason for our final programs still in action. The WCC regular-season champion baseball team heads to the conference tournament and the tennis teams play in the NCAA singles and doubles tournaments!

This Week at Pepperdine highlights some great action last week, and looks ahead as the baseball team will try to claim a WCC championship up at Gonzaga and Frederick Wedel of the men’s golf team competes at an NCAA Regional this weekend:

Time for a new This Week at Pepperdine! We look back at the sand volleyball national championship and ahead to a big three-game baseball series in Malibu, women’s golf and women’s tennis beginning NCAA postseason play and Lisa Santroch of women’s track going after an NCAA qualifying time in the steeplechase:

This Week at Pepperdine returns with an all new show! The sand volleyball team heads east looking for its second AVCA national championship, while the baseball team plays five games locally, including at home vs. Cal Poly on Tuesday and a three-game WCC and Wells Fargo PCH Cup series at rival LMU this weekend:

This Week at Pepperdine is back and it has the best of last week, the news of Gualberto Escudero stepping down and previews for this weekend’s MPSF men’s volleyball and WCC tennis league tournaments. Check it out at:

The Waves’ teams had a great showing last week, and they’ll need another one this week with first-place standings, conference championships and national rankings on the line! Learn all about it with a new This Week at Pepperdine!

The first-place baseball team has four home games, the first-place women’s tennis team begins a regular-season-ending three-match homestand and the second-ranked men’s volleyball team closes out the regular season in Firestone Fieldhouse vs. Hawaii. Learn more with an all new This Week at Pepperdine!

This Week at Pepperdine is back! Check out last week’s stars and this week’s matchups as the baseball, sand volleyball, men’s tennis and men’s volleyball teams will all be in action in Malibu.