M. Basketball - 11/26/2014
Through November 25, West Coast Conference teams boast a sparkling .750 winning percentage (30-10) vs. non-conference foes.
General Release - 11/25/2014
The West Coast Conference Presidents' Council adopted a new strategic plan at its annual fall meeting, held Friday, November 21. Informed by shifts of the Division I landscape and structural revisions of the NCAA, the strategic plan is designed to respond to new challenges and contemporary concerns.
M. Basketball - 11/25/2014
WCC Columnist John Crumpacker takes a look around the West Coast Conference after week two of the non-conference men's basketball season.
General Release - 11/26/2014
An examination of the best and brightest of the West Coast Conference in the social media space.
11/24/2014 - M. Basketball
The West Coast Conference has named its Men's Basketball Player of the Week for November 24, 2014. [+]
11/24/2014 - W. Basketball
The West Coast Conference has named its Women's Basketball Player of the Week for November 24, 2014. [+]
11/24/2014 - W. Volleyball
11/22/2014 - Cross Country
Portland's Scott Fauble is an All-American for the third straight year and the Pilots made history on Saturday with a third-place finish at the NCAA Men's Cross Country Championships at the LaVern ... [+]
11/21/2014 - General Release
11/20/2014 - M. Basketball
When a certain Santa Clara basketball player talks about "Long Walks With Jared,'' he's not referring to some online dating profile. [+]
11/23/2014 - W. Soccer
Pepperdine women's soccer team went down to the wire against top-ranked UCLA in an NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 battle on Sunday afternoon, but fell 1-0 after an 88th minute goal. [+]
11/21/2014 - W. Soccer
No. 11 Pepperdine women's soccer team punched its ticket to the Sweet 16 with a 4-0 win over Illinois State in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Friday. [+]
11/21/2014 - Cross Country
Two teams and four individuals will represent the West Coast Conference in the 2014 NCAA Cross Country Championships Saturday, November 22. [+]
*Tie for third place was broken by Varsity I Eight finish.