2014-2015 Pepperdine Waves Men's Basketball Schedule
The Pepperdine Waves are set to begin another NCAA basketball
season and this could well be a big year in Malibu. With a talented team returning to WCC competition and the addition of
a solid recruiting class and transfers, the Waves are hoping to give their fans some big-time thrills on their way to the
Big Dance, which is why it's always a great idea to keep an eye on the calendar of events. This is just one of those teams
that can do a little bit of everything, and their conference ensures that there will be plenty of competition along the way
as they hope to take their game to the next level.
And that's why Firestone Fieldhouse is sure to be hopping all season
long as the Waves hope to pull it together and make a move up the standings. But even though home games are obviously great,
you don't want to miss out on the road matchups either, as this is a fan base that can definitely travel extremely well and
come game time – no matter where the Waves take the court – you can count on seeing some blue and orange. When
he game is still up in the air and the Waves are looking to put the final touches on a huge win, you'll definitely be glad
that you're not sitting anywhere else.
Pepperdine Waves Basketball Team Info
The West Coast Conference
always has top-quality college basketball match ups throughout the regular season, and this year will certainly be no different.
In addition to a quality preseason schedule, Pepperdine will see in conference home games against rivals like Saint Mary's,
University of San Diego, BYU, and the juggernaut that is Gonzaga among others. Be sure to secure your WCC basketball tickets
and you'll suddenly get right into the middle of the excitement, as this is a team that is always the toast of Malibu every
single basketball season. Though Pepperdine is definitely known as a school with a prestigious reputation in the classroom,
it won't take long to figure out that they can light up a scoreboard in a hurry when they take to the court.
There's nothing like being in the stands when the game is on the line, but you're not really
going to appreciate that until you actually head out to see it for yourself. College basketball has plenty of great games
on the schedule each and every season, from plenty of top-tier regular season battles to Tournament clashes that you'll have
to see first-hand to believe. These are some of the best amateur athletes in the entire world, which is why college basketball
is one of those spectator sports that simply can't be contained by your flatscreen. Once you're there in the middle of an
exciting matchup that has you inching closer and closer and closer to the edge of your seat, you'll see loud and clear what
big-time college basketball is all about.
Pepperdine Waves Basketball History
Firestone Fieldhouse, home
court for the Pepperdine Waves since the early 1970s, is regularly packed with loyal Waves fans who know really how to show
their support for Pepperdine hoops, and this is one quality that you cannot fully appreciate by watching the game on television.
The talent heavy Waves are hoping to really turn some heads in the WCC and NCAA at large this year and you will want to be
there from the beginning as they look to continue to improve their already strong program. With a dozen different NCAA Tournament
appearances and some truly great players over the years, this is a team that is always in the middle of one thrilling season
or another, making them a team to watch out for.
Pepperdine Waves Basketball Trivia
Did you know that
four different Waves' players have gone on to play in the NBA?
It's no wonder why this is a program that has a reputation
for having some stars of both today and tomorrow, as guys like Dennis Johnson, Doug Christie, Bird Averitt and Brandon Armstrong
all dominated for the Waves before heading on for pro basketball careers.
Pepperdine Waves Fans
the Pepperdine Waves are engaged in an all-out battle against an opposing team, the stands at Firestone Fieldhouse are bound
to have an electricity that you can feel. College basketball is a sport that you have to see in person to really appreciate,
which means it is always a great time to put down the remote and head to the arena for a game that you will be discussing
well after the final whistle. This is a team that is no stranger to big wins and passionate fans that know how to help create
the perfect atmosphere for a highly anticipated matchup, and it won't take long to realize that the live-viewing experience
just can't be recreated no matter how hard you try.