The Waves play their final fall tournament in Hawaii at the start of November.
Frederick Wedel shot 1-under over the first two rounds and the Waves are in fourth place.
Pepperdine is playing in the Matadors' event for the first time.
The Waves begin the season on Monday and Tuesday at the Husky Invitational.
59 of Pepperdine's student-athletes that compete in the WCC had at least a 3.0 GPA.
Jeff Golden photos of the first and second rounds at CSUN's Bill Cullum Invitational.
JUNIOR/AMATEUR GOLF: Played in the 2011 U.S. Junior ... Shot a 68 in the final round of the 2010 B.C. Junior to qualify for Team B.C. at the Canadian Junior ... Competed at the 2011 Junior Worlds ... Traveled to South Africa to compete against teams from England and South Africa at an event called the Triangular Cup.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Duncan (B.C.) Christian School in 2012 ... School did not have a golf program ... Earned a Rotary Award for academics and leadership.
PERSONAL: Born in Vancouver, B.C., Canada ... Son of Robert and Sherry Davison ... Has two siblings, Callum and Samantha ... Majoring in pre-medicine ... Chose Pepperdine for "the great weather, small class sizes and academic excellence."
FAVORITES: Lists his sports hero as Joe Sakic ... Favorites include Tiger Woods (pro golfer), Turnburry Ailsa (golf course), Lord of the Rings (book), Slap Shot (movie), White Collar (TV show), Eminem (musical artist), sushi (food) and hockey (sport other than golf) ... Favorite thing about golf is "it's an individual game and everything is on you. There are no teammates or anyone else to blame."