Pepperdine women's tennis team secures the top mid-major ranking in the nation from the Intercollegiate Tennis Association, surpassing power conference schools like UCLA and USC. The team's exceptional performance led to top rankings for both individuals and doubles pairs in the Southwest Regional polls.

By the Numbers
  • Pepperdine women's tennis team named the top mid-major in the nation by the ITA
  • Five individuals from Pepperdine made the ITA singles rankings
  • Top doubles team of Broadus and Tjen led the Southwest Regional doubles rankings
  • Pepperdine finished the year at sixth in the ITA year-end rankings
  • Pepperdine's record: 21-7 with a second-ever semifinal appearance
State of Play
  • Pepperdine stands as the only non-Power-5 conference team in the NCAA semifinals for both men's and women's sides
  • The team was the sole non-SEC school in the team and doubles semifinals
What's Next

Pepperdine's continued success could elevate its standing in collegiate tennis, potentially attracting more top-tier talent and recognition in the future.

Bottom Line

Pepperdine women's tennis team's dominant performance and top ITA mid-major ranking solidify its position as a force to be reckoned with in college tennis, setting a new standard for excellence among non-power conference teams.