2013–14 Pepperdine Waves men's basketball team

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2013–14 Pepperdine Waves men's basketball
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Conference West Coast Conference
2013–14 record 15–16 (8–10 WCC)
Head coach Marty Wilson (3rd year)
Assistant coach Mark Amaral
Assistant coach Bryant Moore
Assistant coach John Impelman
Home arena Firestone Fieldhouse
Seasons
« 2012–13 2014–15 »
2013–14 West Coast Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Gonzaga 15 3   .833     29 7   .806
BYU 13 5   .722     23 12   .657
San Francisco 13 5   .722     21 12   .636
Saint Mary's 11 7   .611     23 12   .657
Pepperdine 8 10   .444     15 16   .484
San Diego 7 11   .389     18 17   .514
Portland 7 11   .389     15 16   .484
Pacific 6 12   .333     18 16   .529
Santa Clara 6 12   .333     14 19   .424
Loyola Marymount 4 14   .222     13 19   .406
2014 West Coast Conference Tournament winner

The 2013–14 Pepperdine Waves men's basketball team represented Pepperdine University during the 2013–14 college basketball season. This was head coach Marty Wilson's third full season at Pepperdine, fourth if you count his earlier time as an interim head coach. The Waves played their home games at the Firestone Fieldhouse and are members of the West Coast Conference. They finished the season 15–16, 8–10 in WCC play to finish in fifth place. They lost in the quarterfinals of the WCC Tournament to Saint Mary's.

Before the season[edit]

Departures[edit]

Name Number Pos. Height Weight Year Hometown Notes
Jordan Baker 1 G 6'3" 180 Sophomore Tempe, Arizona Left the Program
Dominic Redix 2 G 6'0" 185 Junior Apple Valley, California Walk-on didn't return
Lorne Jackson 20 G 6'2" 205 RS Senior Simi Valley, California Graduated
Caleb Willis 23 G 6'2" 220 Senior Stockbridge, Georgia Graduated
Manny Ochenje 34 F 6'4" 205 Sophomore San Luis Obispo, California Transferred
Moriba De Freitas 50 G 6'9" 220 RS Junior Bon Air Gardens, Trinidad Left the Program
Jan Maehlen 55 C 7'0" 315 RS Sophomore Tucson, Arizona Transferred
Jason Hart XX G 6'3" 180 Assistant Coach Inglewood, California Became a new assistant at USC[1]

Recruits[edit]

Roster[edit]

2013–14 Pepperdine Waves men's basketball team
Players Coaches
Pos. # Name Height Weight Year High School/Junior College Home town
G 1 Biyendolo, MarleyMarley Biyendolo 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) 180 lb (82 kg) Fr Cheltenham Secondary College
Andrew Bogut Academy
Dingley Village, Victoria, Australia
G 2 Stevens, AllenAllen Stevens 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m) 150 lb (68 kg) Jr Oaks Christian Moorpark, CA
G 3 Major, JeremyJeremy Major 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m) 165 lb (75 kg) Fr Maranatha Pasadena, CA
F 5 Davis, StacyStacy Davis 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m) 240 lb (109 kg) So Laveen Betty Fairfax Laveen, AZ
G 10 Van Dyke, JeffJeff Van Dyke 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) 180 lb (82 kg) Fr La Costa Canyon Carlsbad, CA
G 11 Russell, AtifAtif Russell 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m) 200 lb (91 kg) So Seven Lakes Katy, TX
F 12 Jesperson, DavidDavid Jesperson 6 ft 8 in (2.03 m) 210 lb (95 kg) Fr Merrill Merrill, WI
G 13 Mills, AustinAustin Mills 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m) 170 lb (77 kg) So Beverly Hills Beverly Hills, CA
G 15 Brooks, MalcolmMalcolm Brooks 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m) 190 lb (86 kg) Jr Cardozo
Lamar CC
Brooklyn, NY
G 21 Lane, BrendanBrendan Lane 6 ft 9 in (2.06 m) 223 lb (101 kg) RS Sr UCLA Rocklin, CA
G/F 30 Murray, Jr., LamondLamond Murray, Jr. 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) 200 lb (91 kg) Fr Bishop Montgomery Torrance, CA
G 31 Skouen, NikolasNikolas Skouen 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m) 190 lb (86 kg) Sr Pratt CC Bergen, Norway
F 44 Kramer, MalteMalte Kramer 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m) 215 lb (98 kg) Sr Cuesta College San Luis Obispo, CA
F 45 Raines, JettJett Raines 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m) 195 lb (88 kg) So Coppell Coppell, TX
Head coach
Assistant coach(es)

Legend
  • (C) Team captain
  • (S) Suspended
  • (I) Ineligible
  • (W) Walk-on

Schedule and results[edit]

All non-conference home games, and conference home games not picked up by the WCC regional packages, are shown on TV-32 in Malibu, known as Pepperdine TV. They are also shown on pepperdinesports.com at no cost for all fans to enjoy.

Date
Time, TV
Opponent Result Record Site
City, State
Regular Season
11/09/2013*
5:00 PM, TV-32
San Diego Christian W 81–68  1–0
Firestone Fieldhouse
Malibu, CA
11/13/2013*
7:00 PM, BigWest.tv
at UC Riverside W 69–66  2–0
UC Riverside Student Recreation Center
Riverside, CA
11/16/2013*
3:30 PM
at Central Michigan W 86–71  3–0
McGuirk Arena
Mt. Pleasant, MI
11/20/2013*
7:00 PM, TV-32
San Jose State L 77–83  3–1
Firestone Fieldhouse
Malibu, CA
11/23/2013*
5:00 PM, TV-32
Utah Valley W 58–53  4–1
Firestone Fieldhouse
Malibu, CA
11/28/2013*
6:30 PM, CBSSN
vs. Green Bay
Great Alaska Shootout First Round
L 89–97  4–2
Sullivan Arena
Anchorage, AK
11/29/2013*
3:00 PM
vs. Denver
Great Alaska Shootout Consolation 2nd Round
W 68–56  5–2
Sullivan Arena
Anchorage, AK
11/30/2013*
3:00 PM
vs. Indiana State
Great Alaska Shootout 5th Place Game
L 70–73  5–3
Sullivan Arena
Anchorage, AK
12/04/2013*
7:00 PM, TV-32
Cal State Fullerton L 64–78  5–4
Firestone Fieldhouse
Malibu, CA
12/07/2013*
7:00 PM, BigWest.tv
at UC Irvine W 75–69  6–4
Bren Events Center
Irvine, CA
12/15/2013*
5:00 PM, P12N
at Washington State L 61–78  6–5
Beasley Coliseum
Pullman, WA
12/21/2013*
1:00 PM, TV-32
Houston Baptist W 76–64  7–5
Firestone Fieldhouse
Malibu, CA
12/28/2013
5:00 PM, TV-32
San Diego W 75–64  8–5
(1–0)
Firestone Fieldhouse
Malibu, CA
12/30/2014
7:00 PM, TWCSN
BYU W 80–74  9–5
(2–0)
Firestone Fieldhouse
Malibu, CA
01/02/2014
7:00 PM, TheW.tv
at Santa Clara W 70–61  10–5
(3–0)
Leavey Center
Santa Clara, CA
01/04/2014
1:00 PM, TWCSN
at San Francisco L 66–76  10–6
(3–1)
War Memorial Gymnasium
San Francisco, CA
01/09/2014
6:00 PM, BYUtv
at BYU L 72–84  10–7
(3–2)
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
01/11/2014
6:00 PM, FSSD
at San Diego W 69–65  11–7
(4–2)
Jenny Craig Pavilion
San Diego, CA
01/16/2014
7:00 PM, TWCSN
Gonzaga L 53–70  11–8
(4–3)
Firestone Fieldhouse
Malibu, CA
01/18/2014
5:00 PM, TV-32
Portland W 76–65  12–8
(5–3)
Firestone Fieldhouse
Malibu, CA
01/23/2014
7:00 PM, TheW.tv
at Saint Mary's L 74–80  12–9
(5–4)
McKeon Pavilion
Moraga, CA
01/25/2014
7:00 PM, TheW.tv
at Pacific L 66–76  12–10
(5–5)
Alex G. Spanos Center
Stockton, CA
02/01/2014
3:00 PM, TWCSN
Loyola Marymount W 80–69  13–10
(6–5)
Firestone Fieldhouse
Malibu, CA
02/06/2014
7:00 PM, TheW.tv
Pacific W 80–69  14–10
(7–5)
Firestone Fieldhouse
Malibu, CA
02/08/2014
1:00 PM, TWCSN
Saint Mary's L 67–69 OT 14–11
(7–6)
Firestone Fieldhouse
Malibu, CA
02/13/2014
6:00 PM, TWCSN
at Gonzaga L 68–83  14–12
(7–7)
McCarthey Athletic Center
Spokane, WA
02/15/2014
1:00 PM, TWCSN
at Portland L 62–74  14–13
(7–8)
Chiles Center
Portland, OR
02/20/2014
8:00 PM, ESPNU
at Loyola Marymount W 72–69  15–13
(8–8)
Gersten Pavilion
Los Angeles, CA
02/27/2014
7:00 PM, TheW.tv
San Francisco L 53-77  15–14
(8–9)
Firestone Fieldhouse
Malibu, CA
03/01/2014
5:00 PM, TheW.tv
Santa Clara L 78–86  15–15
(8–10)
Firestone Fieldhouse
Malibu, CA
2014 West Coast Conference Men's Basketball Tournament
03/08/2014
8:30 PM, ESPN2
vs. Saint Mary's
Quarterfinals
L 69–80  15–16
Orleans Arena
Paradise, NV
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll. (#) Tournament seedings in parentheses.
All times are in Pacific Time.

Game summaries[edit]

San Diego Christian[edit]

Series History: First Meeting
Broadcaster: Al Epstein

TV-32
Nov 9
5:05 pm PST
Hawks 68, Waves 81
Scoring by half: 35-35, 33-46
Pts: Andy Saharan 22
Rebs: Josh Richardson 9
Asts: Kwaminique Brandon 10
Pts: Stacy Davis 24
Rebs: Brendan Lane 14
Asts: Amadi Udenyi, Jeremy Major, & Malcolm Brooks 4
Firestone Fieldhouse
Malibu, CA
Attendance: 937[2]
Referees: Michael Reed, Frank Harvey, Tim Marion

UC Riverside[edit]

Series History: Pepperdine leads 4-1

Nov 13
7:00 PM PST
Waves 69, Highlanders 66
Scoring by half: 40-32, 29-34
Pts: Stacy Davis 23
Rebs: Stacy Davis & Brendan Lane 9
Asts: Jeremy Major 4
Pts: Chris Harriel 15
Rebs: Taylor Johns, Steven Thornton, & Chris Patton 4
Asts: Nick Gruninger 4
UC Riverside Student Recreation Center
Riverside, CA
Attendance: N/A
Referees: Michael Scyphers, Bill Vinovich, Michael Greenstein

Central Michigan[edit]

Series History: Central Michigan leads 2-0

Nov 16
6:30 PM EST
Waves 88, Chippewas 71
Scoring by half: 38-41, 50-30
Pts: Stacy Davis 24
Rebs: Brendan Lane 10
Asts: Jeremy Majors & Austin Mills 6
Pts: Chris Fowler 23
Rebs: Austin Stewart 7
Asts: Chris Fowler 4
McGuirk Arena
Mt. Pleasant, MI
Attendance: 1,593
Referees: Dan Dorian, Ray Perone, Paul Szelc

San Jose State[edit]

Series History: San Jose State leads series 24-21
Broadcaster: Al Epstein

TV-32
Nov 20
7:05 PM PST
Spartans 83, Waves 77
Scoring by half: 34-44, 49-33
Pts: Jaleel Williams 22
Rebs: Chris Cunningham 11
Asts: Jalen James 4
Pts: Brendan Lane 23
Rebs: Stacy Davis & Brendan Lane 9
Asts: Jeremy Major 9
Firestone Fieldhouse
Malibu, CA
Attendance: 847[3]
Referees: Michael Scyphers, Rob Rorke, Tim Marion

Utah Valley[edit]

Series History: Utah Valley leads 1-0
Broadcaster: Al Epstein

TV-32
Nov 23
5:05 PM PST
Wolverines 53, Waves 58
Scoring by half: 24-22, 29-36
Pts: Zach Nelson 13
Rebs: Ben Aird 8
Asts: Zach Nelson 5
Pts: Brendan Lane 11
Rebs: Brendan Lane 10
Asts: Stacey Davis & Malte Kramer 2
Firestone Fieldhouse
Malibu, CA
Attendance: 614[4]
Referees: Tony Padilla, Glen Mayberry, Deron White

Great Alaska Shootout: Green Bay[edit]

Series History: Green Bay leads series 1-0
Broadcasters: Brent Stover, Pete Gillen, & Rontina McCann

Nov 28
5:30 PM AKST
Waves 89, Phoenix 97
Scoring by half: 38-39, 51-58
Pts: Brendan Lane 26
Rebs: Brendan Lane 13
Asts: Jeremy Major 12
Pts: Keifer Sykes 23
Rebs: Alec Brown 8
Asts: Keifer Stykes 6
Sullivan Arena
Anchorage, AK
Attendance: 3,815
Referees: Mike Thomson, Bill McNew, Wilson Holland

Great Alaska Shootout: Denver[edit]

Series History: First Meeting

Nov 29
2:00 PM AKST
Pioneers 56, Waves 68
Scoring by half: 38-30, 15-41
Pts: Jalen Love 20
Rebs: Cam Griffin 9
Asts: Brett Olson 4
Pts: Stacy Davis 22
Rebs: Brendan Lane 5
Asts: Jeremy Major 7
Sullivan Arena
Anchorage, AK
Attendance: 3,926
Referees: Gabby Lujan, Bill McNew, Levon Zakarian

Great Alaska Shootout: Indiana State[edit]

Series History: Indiana State leads 3-1

Nov 30
2:00 PM AKST
Sycamores 73, Waves 70
Scoring by half: 33-35, 40-35
Pts: Justin Gant 18
Rebs: Justin Gant 4
Asts: Justin Gant 4
Pts: Jeremy Major 15
Rebs: Brendan Lane 6
Asts: Jeremy Major 6
Sullivan Arena
Anchorage, AK
Attendance: 3,898
Referees: Bruce Corson, Rick Paz, Dennis Flannery

Cal State Fullerton[edit]

Series History: Pepperdine leads 11-10
Broadcaster: Al Epstein

TV-32
Dec 4
7:05 PM PST
Titans 78, Waves 64
Scoring by half: 32-36, 46-27
Pts: Marquis Horne 21
Rebs: Alex Harris 8
Asts: Michael Harris 6
Pts: Brendan Lane 24
Rebs: Stacy Davis 8
Asts: Malcolm Brooks 5
Firestone Fieldhouse
Malibu, CA
Attendance: 592 [5]
Referees: Michael Reed, Frank Harvey, Tony Padilla

UC Irvine[edit]

Series History: Pepperdine leads 11-10
Broadcaster:

Dec 7
7:00 PM PST
Waves 75, Anteaters 69
Scoring by half: 30-40, 45-29
Pts: Stacy Davis & Jeremy Major 18
Rebs: Stacy Davis 10
Asts: Stacy Davis & Brendan Lane 3
Pts: Chris McNealy 16
Rebs: Will Davis II 8
Asts: Alex Young 8
Bren Events Center
Irvine, CA
Attendance: 2,283
Referees: Deron White, James Giron, Martin Cota

Washington State[edit]

Series History: Series tied 3-3
Broadcasters: Rich Waltz and Ernie Kent

Dec 15
5:00 PM PST
Waves 61, Cougars 78
Scoring by half: 26-41, 35-37
Pts: Jeremy Major 17
Rebs: Brendan Lane 8
Asts: Stacy Davis & Malcolm Brooks 3
Pts: Royce Woolridge 20
Rebs: Davonte Lacy 8
Asts: Royce Woolridge 4
Beasley Coliseum
Pullman, WA
Attendance: 2,243 [6]
Referees: Randy McCall, Kelly Self, Gerry Pollard

Houston Baptist[edit]

Series History: Pepperdine leads 1-0
Broadcaster: Al Epstein

TV-32
Dec 21
1:05 PM PST
Huskies 64, Waves 76
Scoring by half: 34-31, 30-45
Pts: Rob Lewis 14
Rebs: Dauson Womack 10
Asts: Marcel Smith 6
Pts: Stacy Davis & Brendan Lane 21
Rebs: Brendan Lane 11
Asts: Malcolm Brooks 5
Firestone Fieldhouse
Malibu, CA
Attendance: 810[7]
Referees: Klaus Endrissat, LaDonte King, Tom Nally

San Diego[edit]

Series History: Pepperdine leads 56-40
Broadcaster: Al Epstein

TV-32
Dec 28
5:05 PM PST
Toreros 64, Waves 75
Scoring by half: 26-34, 38-41
Pts: Johnny Dee 26
Rebs: Dennis Kramer 8
Asts: Christopher Anderson 5
Pts: Malcolm Brooks 20
Rebs: Stacy Davis 10
Asts: Amadi Udenyi & Stacy Davis 5
Firestone Fieldhouse
Malibu, CA
Attendance: 1,037 [8]
Referees: Michael Reed, Horace Shields, Tom Spitznagel

BYU[edit]

Broadcasters: Ari Wolfe, Jarron Collins, and Kelli Tennant
Series History: BYU leads 8-4

Dec 30
7:04 PM PST
Cougars 74, Waves 80
Scoring by half: 28-40, 46-40
Pts: Tyler Haws 20
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 13
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 7
Pts: Malcolm Brooks 24
Rebs: Stacy Davis 14
Asts: Amadi Udenyi 5
Firestone Fieldhouse
Malibu, CA
Attendance: 2,317[9]
Referees: Ken Ditty, Michael Schyphers, Deron White

Santa Clara[edit]

Broadcaster: Rich Cellini, John Stege, and Amanda Blackwell
Series History: Santa Clara leads 76-50

TheW.tv
Jan 2
5:05 PM PST
Waves 70, Broncos 61
Scoring by half: 38-33, 32-28
Pts: Brendan Lane 26
Rebs: Brendan Lane 17
Asts: Jeremy Major 7
Pts: Jared Brownridge 18
Rebs: Jerry Brown 8
Asts: Jared Brownridge 6
Leavey Center
Santa Clara, CA
Attendance: 1,431 [10]
Referees: Tony Padilla, James Giron, Kurt Walker

San Francisco[edit]

Broadcasters: Barry Tompkins and Jarron Collins
Series History: San Francisco leads 71-50

Jan 4
1:00 PM PST
Waves 66, Dons 76
Scoring by half: 27-19, 39-57
Pts: Brendan Lane 13
Rebs: Stacy Davis 13
Asts: Amadi Udenyi 2
Pts: Kruize Pinkins 19
Rebs: Kruize Pinkins 11
Asts: Matt Glover 6
War Memorial Gymnasium
San Francisco, CA
Attendance: 1,451[11]
Referees: Brett Nansel, Daryl Gelinas, Bob Rorke

BYU[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Blaine Fowler, and Spencer Linton
Series History: BYU leads 8-5

Jan 9
7:05 PM MST
Waves 72, Cougars 84
Scoring by half: 30-33, 42-51
Pts: Stacy Davis 17
Rebs: Lamond Murray Jr. 6
Asts: Jeremy Major 6
Pts: Tyler Haws 35
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 10
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 9
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 14,012[12]
Referees: Richard Batsell, Nate Harris, Casey McClellan

San Diego[edit]

Broadcasters: Eddie Doucette, Brad Holland, and Laura McKeeman
Series History: Pepperdine leads 57-40

Jan 11
6:00 PM PST
Waves 69, Toreros 65
Scoring by half: 36-30, 33-35
Pts: Stacy Davis 28
Rebs: Stacy Davis 10
Asts: Jeremy Major 5
Pts: Dennis Kramer 17
Rebs: Duda Sanadze & Dennis Kramer 4
Asts: Christopher Anderson 5
Jenny Craig Pavilion
San Diego, CA
Attendance: 2,587[13]
Referees: Bruce Hicks, Donald McAllister, LaDonte King

Rankings[edit]

Regular Season Polls
Poll Pre-
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Postseason
Final
AP
Coaches
Legend
  Increase in ranking
  Decrease in ranking
  No Change
(RV)   Received Votes
(NV)   No Votes

References[edit]

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