Men's Tennis

Aaron Paajanen
Aaron Paajanen

Phoenix, AZ

Assistant Coach

3rd Season


Lions Continue Long Road Stretch This Week in San Diego

Men's Tennis seeks its first victory of the season with a neutral site dual match versus Toledo.


Lions Return to Play Friday at No. 75 UC Irvine

Men's Tennis will continue to seek its first win this weekend when they play at No. 75 UC Irvine


Lions Face Pair of Ranked Opponents this Weekend

Men's Tennis will return to the road this weekend to play at No. 69 UC Santa Barbara and No. 57 Cal Poly.


Lions Head Across Town to Take on No. 2 USC

The competition heats up this week for LMU men's tennis as they battle the second-ranked Trojans.


Lions Head to Iowa for First Road Trip of Season

After an opening day loss to Pacific at home, LMU Men's Tennis will face Illinois State and Iowa on the road this weekend.


Men's Tennis at Pepperdine - March 20, 2013

Men's Tennis at Pepperdine - March 20, 2013 Photos by Jeff Golden


Men's Tennis vs. Oklahoma State - March 19, 2013

Men's Tennis vs. Oklahoma State - March 19, 2013


Men's Tennis: LMU vs. Nevada

Season Opener 2011

Aaron Paajanen enters his fourth season serving as an assistant coach under head coach Brad Sceney at LMU. Previously, Paajanen coached at Paradise Valley Community College in Phoenix, AZ (2004-2005), where his father, Jim, is still the head coach. Paajanen was a 2001-2002 NJCAA All American at Cowley College coached by legendary coach and hall of famer Larry Grose. From 2002-2004, Aaron played tennis at Point Loma University where he was team captain and held a career winning percentage of .780. After finishing his collegiate career, Paajanen briefly played the ITF/USTA pro circuit before going into full time coaching.


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