The Waves earned four of the five major postseason honors and eight players in all were recognized.
The Waves captured four WCC weekly awards this season.
It was Pepperdine's first draw against the Bruins since 2011.
The Waves play their first home game on Aug. 25 against Texas Tech.
Women's soccer led all teams with 17 honorees.
Photos from the Waves' 1-0 win over the Titans in the first round of the 2017 NCAA Tournament.
Stephen Wandzura's photos of the Waves' victory
The Waves celebrated Senior Day and a WCC title on Saturday. Photos by Stephen Wandzura and Blake Rovai.
Soccer vs. Saint Mary's (10/29/17)
Soccer vs. Pacific (10/27/17)
CAREER: Made 79 starts over her four years, the fourth-most-ever among Pepperdine field players ... Appeared in 80 games, tied for eighth ... Had four goals and two assists for 10 points.
PEPPERDINE 2017: Earned All-WCC second team honors as a senior ... Part of a defense that set school records for goals-against average (0.42, seventh nationally) and shutouts (14) ... Had two goals and one assist for five points ... Took four shots ... Named WCC Player of the Week on 11/6 after scoring a penalty-kick goal vs. Portland (11/4) and helping post a shutout that clinched the WCC title ... Also scored a late equalizer at then-#1 UCLA (9/15) in a 1-1 tie ... Assist came at Santa Clara (10/1) ... WCC Commissioner’s Honor Roll “bronze” honors ... A Pepperdine Scholar-Athlete.
PEPPERDINE 2016: Started all 21 games for the Waves as a junior central defender … Helped anchor a Pepperdine defense that gave up just 0.68 goals per game, the 21st best total in the country, and recorded 11 shutouts … Picked up one assist on the season and the first of her career, getting the helper on the game-winning goal against #17 Santa Clara (10/21) … Took two shots, putting one on target .... WCC Commissioner’s Honor Roll “bronze” honors.
PEPPERDINE 2015: Appeared in 15 games, making 14 starts as a center back for the Waves during her sophomore season … Finished tied for second on the team with two goals scored and tied for third with four total points … Helped anchor a Pepperdine defense that gave up 0.91 goals per game … Took six shots, putting four on goal … Scored both of her goals in a 3-0 win over Toledo (9/4).
PEPPERDINE 2014: Earned All-WCC honorable mention and was named to the WCC All-Freshman Team ... Started all 23 games for the Waves ... Was a key contributor in the middle of a defense that gave up just 16 goals all year, and led the conference with 11 shutouts and a 0.67 goals against average ... Also recorded three shots in the year, putting two on target ... A Pepperdine Scholar-Athlete.
CLUB: Played five seasons for the Mustang Fury under coach Chad Harper ... Team was eighth in the nation in 2012 and 2013 ... Played four years of ODP ... Went to the U15 National Training Camp in November of 2011.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from San Ramon Valley High School, located in Danville, Calif. ... Played three varsity seasons under head coach Mark Jones ... Was the East Bay Athletic League and North Coast Section MVP as a senior ... Team won the North Coast Section in 2013 ... Recorded two goals and 21 assists as a standout center back for the Wolves ... Was an all-league honorable mention as a junior ... Earned Scholar-Athlete honors all four years of high school.
PERSONAL: Born in Mountain View, Calif. ... Daughter of Dave and Kim Van Horn ... Has two younger brothers, Joe and Jack ... Majoring in psychology ... Chose Pepperdine because it "really has it all. The campus is beautiful, the class sizes are small and there is a big focus on religion. I also love how the soccer team is really like a family. It was the best fit for me."
FAVORITES: Favorites include Tom Brady (pro athlete), New England Patriots (pro team), Beautiful Boy (book), She’s the Man (movie), The Walking Dead (TV show), Blake Shelton (musical artist), pancakes (food) and football (sport other than soccer).