MALIBU, Calif. (KABC) -- All ticket-sale proceeds from the Pepperdine University men's basketball team home opener next week will go to a memorial fund for the families and friends of four students who were killed in a crash on Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu.
According to the university, the fund was established to benefit the loved ones of the four students, as well as the "broader Pepperdine community."
The Pepperdine Waves will honor the memory of the four students -- Niamh Rolston, 20, Peyton Stewart, 21, Asha Weir, 21, and Deslyn Williams, 21 -- during the game against Concordia Irvine. The game is set for 7 p.m. Monday at Pepperdine's Firestone Fieldhouse.
"The men's basketball team is humbled by the opportunity to honor Niamh, Peyton, Asha, and Deslyn, as well as our Pepperdine community, by dedicating all the proceeds from our opening season game to the Memorial Fund," head coach Lorenzo Romar said in a statement. "We hope this will inspire more to give and provide comfort to their families and loved ones as we continue to mourn the loss to our Pepperdine family."
The four students, who were all sorority sisters, were killed last month when investigators say a speeding driver lost control of his car and hit several parked cars that then struck the women.
Fraser Bohm, 22, is charged with four counts of murder and four counts of gross vehicular manslaughter. He has pleaded not guilty.
City News Service contributed to this report.