The Waves begin the 2015-16 season on Friday at Fresno State.
The Waves begin the season at home in one week (vs. Fresno State on Nov. 14).
Stacy Davis has suffered a fractured right hand and is on the sidelines.
Pepperdine hosts San Diego Christian on Saturday at 5 p.m.
The first home contests are Oct. 30 (women) and Nov. 9 (men).
Martin A. Folb's photos of the Waves' 68-65 OT win over the Lions in Firestone Fieldhouse.
Stephanie Chaisson's photos of the Waves' home opener, a 91-49 win over San Diego Christian.
PEPPERDINE 2014-15: Sat out his sophomore season due to a knee injury.
PEPPERDINE 2013-14: Joined the squad as a walk-on ... Appeared in two games as a freshman ... Saw action in six minutes at BYU (1/9) and got one rebound and one steal ... Also played the final minute of the WCC quarterfinal game vs. Saint Mary's (3/8).
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Ravenwood High School, located in Brentwood, Tenn., in 2013 ... Played three years of varsity basketball ... Averaged 13 points, five rebounds, three steals and two assists as a senior ... Earned Williamson County player of the week and student-athlete of the month honors ... A member of the National Honor Society and was on the honor roll.
CLUB: Played for TN Hoops, Nashville Celtics and TN Edge.
PERSONAL: Born in Orange County, Calif. ... Son of Lyndon and Sharyl Allen ... Has three siblings, Leighton, Sharrae and Jason ... Majoring in sport administration ... Chose to attend Pepperdine because "it's a great academic school and has an amazing campus. It has one of the top entertainment law programs in the country. Also, I always wanted to play college basketball so this school was a great fit for me."
FAVORITES: Enjoys longboarding ... Favorites include Michael Jordan (pro basketball player), the Chicago Bulls (pro basketball team), Holes (book), Batman (movie), The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (TV show), Kid Cudi (musical artist), Chinese (food) and football (sport other than basketball) ... Favorite things about basketball are "it's brought me the best friends and taught me some very valuable lessons."