In its inaugural season of intercollegiate play in 1993, the Pepperdine women's soccer program quickly built a distinct home-field advantage at Tari Frahm Rokus Field by posting an 8-1-0 home record. The run of success has continued throughout the program's 19-year history. At the start of the 2012 season, Pepperdine's all-time home record at Tari Frahm Rokus Field stands at 125-38-22 (.735).
The Waves played their first-ever match at Tari Frahm Rokus Field on Sept. 6, 1993, but lost 3-2 to Seattle University in overtime. However, the team rebounded to win its final eight home matches that year. The Waves have posted a winning record at home in every one of their 19 seasons, including a perfect mark of 10-0-0 in 2002 as they made their run to the "Sweet 16" of the NCAA Tournament. The Waves had an undefeated home record for the second time in 2006, going 7-0-2, and again in 2010 with a mark of 6-0-3.
Pepperdine celebrated its 100th home victory on Sept. 26, 2009, following a 6-0 win vs. Idaho State.
The original dirt track was renovated in 1989 thanks to a donation by longtime Malibu residents Dorothy and Ed Stotsenberg. The facility was transformed into an Olympic-sized, eight-lane track with an all-weather surface. It is used extensively on a daily basis by faculty and staff, students and community residents.The track was resurfaced in the summer of 2004.
Construction of a Bermuda grass playing surface with subterranean drainage was completed during the summer of 1998 by Valley Crest Landscaping, a company that has constructed numerous Major League Baseball and National Football League stadiums and various venues for the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta. A new electronic scoreboard was added to the facility prior to the 1999 campaign.