Men's Tennis

Charles Boyce
Charles  Boyce

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Dallas, Texas

High School:
Cedar Hill HS

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 185



04/28/2016

#69 Lions Win Doubles Point, Drop Match to #61 Pepperdine

LMU won the doubles point, but dropped a quarterfinal match to Pepperdine at the WCC Championships.

04/27/2016

Rivera, Smith All-WCC Singles Players, Boyce Lauded in Doubles

Cristobal Rivera and Errol Smith were named Second Team All-WCC in singles.

04/24/2016

Lions Finish 3-0 Week with Victory over Gonzaga

LMU finished up a string of three matches in as many days with a win.

04/23/2016

LMU Tops Dons at Home, 4-3

Joat Farah contributed the clinching victory at #3 singles.

04/23/2016

Lions Clinch Spot in WCC Tournament

LMU defeated Santa Clara, 4-2, at home to earn a spot in next week’s WCC Tournament.

09/18/2013

Men's Tennis Interviews with 2013 Newcomers

Men's Tennis Interviews with 2013 Newcomers.

04/05/2016

MTEN | LMU vs. UC Irvine

Non-conference action from LMU Tennis Center.

03/14/2016

MTEN | LMU vs. UC Riverside

Men's tennis against UC Riverside at LMU Tennis Center Mar. 11, 2016

05/04/2015

2015 Iggy Awards

10th annual Iggy Awards for Los Angeles Airport Marriott on Apr. 30, 2015.

03/17/2015

MTEN | LMU vs. #71 Utah

Non-conference action from LMU Tennis Center

02/27/2015

MTEN | LMU vs. San Diego

WCC Opener from LMU Tennis Center

BRIEFLY
Charles Boyce is in his third season with LMU Tennis...named honorable mention All-WCC in doubles in 2015...

AT LMU
2014-15
Went 11-10 overall in singles play en route to claiming second team All-West Coast Conference honors...was 6-2 at #2 singles and 5-7 at #1 singles...posted victories over players from Pepperdine, Utah State and Utah...teamed with Cristobal Rivera, went 13-4 overall in doubles play, including 4-2 in WCC play en route to being named honorable mention All-WCC...duo played almost exclusively at #2 doubles, going 12-4 at that spot...Boyce was 16-7 overall in doubles competition...

2013-14
Did not compete in a match for the Lions as a freshman...

BEFORE LMU
Charles played national and professional tournaments as an amateur before coming to LMU...is considered a five star blue chip recruit, the highest recruiting level in tennis...was ranked top-15 in the country in juniors and top-2 in the state of Texas...had an overall record of 48-19...obtained his first ATP point at the Mexico F8 future in May 2013 before earning his second point in Pittsburgh at the USA F18 Future...

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