Pepperdine Women's Volleyball History
The Waves finished in the top 10 of the national rankings for three straight seasons from 2001-03. The 2002 team went 26-7 and made it to the regional finals of the NCAA Tournament. The 2003 squad went 27-3, which at .900 was the best winning percentage in school history, and set a school record by winning 25 consecutive matches. In 2011, Pepperdine once again reached the regional finals, and concluded the year ranked #6.
Pepperdine has produced a number of outstanding players, perhaps among the most notable being Linda Chisholm-Carillo, a member of the silver-medal winning U.S. Olympic Team in 1984 and formerly one of the top players on the professional beach circuit. Chisholm-Carillo was inducted into the University’s Hall of Fame in 1996.