Both players are able to graduate on time later this month.
Pepperdine also had all three players earn All-WCC honors.
The Waves play their second round game on Friday, with a time to be determined.
The Waves open the NCAA Tournament at home on Saturday against California.
Pepperdine still has a chance to lock up a conference championship next week.
Women's Soccer vs. California (NCAA 1st Round)
Soccer vs. LMU, Senior Day
Women's Soccer vs. Santa Clara (10/21/16)
Soccer vs. Kentucky
Women's Soccer vs. Arizona
PEPPERDINE 2016: Baisden finished up a standout career at Pepperdine with a stellar senior season, earning All-WCC first team and NSCAA All-Region third team honors ... She led the team in both goals and assists, scoring six goals and posting six assists for a team-high 18 points ... Six assists were third in the WCC ... Scored five game-winning goals ... Took 61 shots on the season and her 2.90 shots per game were third in the WCC ... Netted the game-winning penalty kick in a shootout with California and assisted on Pepperdine's lone goal to help the Waves advance to the second round of the NCAA Tournament ... Named WCC Player of the Week twice (8/22, 10/24).
PEPPERDINE 2015: Started all 19 games for the Waves as a redshirt junior in 2015 … Posted two assists, tied for the team lead in that category … Took 25 shots, putting six on target … After finishing third on the Waves in scoring in 2014, jumped into a role as a defender in 2015 … Named All-WCC honorable mention … Earned WCC Commissioner’s Honor Roll bronze honors and was named a Pepperdine Scholar Athlete.
PEPPERDINE 2014: Appeared in 22 games and made 11 starts as a redshirt sophomore for the Waves ... Tied for third on the team with four goals scored for a total of eight points ... As a consistent attacking threat, took 31 shots on the year, putting 14 on target ... Scored the game-winner against BYU (11/8) and had one goal in a 3-2 overtime win on the road at Kentucky (9/14) ... Scored in back-to-back games against Pacific (10/12) and San Diego (10/18).
PEPPERDINE 2013: Posted two goals and two assists for a total of six points as a redshirt freshman ... Appeared in 16 games and started six ... Attempted 21 shots ... Her goals came in back-to-back games vs. Pacific (10/25) and Saint Mary's (10/27) ... Also had an assist against the Gaels in a 3-1 win ... First career point came on an assist at Toledo (9/8).
PEPPERDINE 2012: Redshirted her first season at Pepperdine ... Named a Pepperdine Scholar-Athlete.
ODP: Participated as a member of Cal South ODP, winning the National Championship in 2011.
CLUB: Competed for Legends FC from 2010-12 ... Team was the California State Champions from 2010, 2011, 2012.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Esperanza High School, located in Yorba Linda, Calif., in 2012 ... Played four years of varsity soccer for head coach John King ... As a sophomore Baisden was the team's leading goal scorer as she led Esperanza to a league championship, a CIF championship and a state championship ... Also lettered in softball, winning the league championship in 2010.
PERSONAL: Daughter of Marv and Roxanne Baisden ... Father Marv played basketball and baseball at South Dakota State University ... Has two siblings: Bree and Clint ... Majoring in advertising ... Chose Pepperdine because "It is a beautiful school and the soccer program and staff are amazing."
FAVORITES: Enjoys horseback riding, hiking, photography and going to the beach ... Favorites include Lionel Messi (pro soccer player), FC Barcelona (pro soccer team), Dr. Seuss (book), She's the Man (movie), How I Met Your Mother (TV show), John West (musical artist), Mexican food (food) and hockey (sport other than soccer) ... Favorite thing about soccer is "the competition."