LMU men’s tennis defeated San Francisco on Senior Day.
Ethan Prost advanced through the qualifying round in singles.
LMU will send four players to the Southern California Intercollegiate Championships.
LMU will play in the ITA Southwest Regional from Malibu.
LMU won the doubles point, but dropped the match to UC Irvine.
Went 5-19 in singles play during his junior year...went 3-6 in doubles play
Went 5-8 in singles play, going 1-3 at the #6 singles in duals...went 3-3 in doubles play.
Went 5-5 in singles play, including playing in a pair of WCC contests, during his freshman year...played the bulk of his matches at #6 singles, going 4-4...won the first four matches of his collegiate career, including a victory over then-#44 Oregon's #6 player.
Dominated the 16-and-under boys tennis competitions (2012) with back-to-back wins in the Medibank NSW title match at Sydney Olympic Park (Homebush) and at Inverell in Northern NSW...also recorded a runner-up finish in Bathurst, with all three tournaments considered "Gold Events" and the top junior tournaments in Australia...came to LMU ranked in the Top-180 in Australia...earned the Blue Academic Colours Award for academic excellence in 2014...
Alex Bourgeois was born in Crows Nest and grew up in Nth Turramurra, Sydney, Australia...son of Paul and Sonia Bourgeois...has two siblings, Jeremy and Alana...majoring in mechanical engineering...enjoys surfing.
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