Linas Cicenas is in his third season in LMU's tennis program... owns a career mark of 28-37 in singles, with more than half of his matches coming at No. 1 singles in his sophomore season...
2004-05... went 15-18 in singles, playing mostly at the No. 4 spot... went 14-10 in doubles... defeated Steven McGaughey of Dartmouth to help secure the 4-3 win for LMU... also posted wins over Hans Plukas of Princeton and Ryan Scott of Utah...2003-04...Took flight C championship of Bulldog Classic defeating players from Saint Mary's, Nevada, Pacific, and UNLV... defeated Norman Tam of UC Riverside 3-6, 7-5, 6-3, to qualify for Southern Cal Collegiate... won first two matches of the season at the No. 1 singles spot... defeated Cal Lutheran's 38th-ranked (DIII) Quinn Caldaron 6-1, 6-3... won first set 6-3 and fought off set points to come back from 1-5 deficit to win second set 7-5 against Dartmouth to secure the 4-3 LMU victory... defeated Norman Tam of UC Riverside 6-2, 4-6, 13-11 to close out the 7-0 sweep...
Was a national champion and ranked No. 2 in juniors in Lithuania, before moving to England to study at the prestigious Sevenoaks Academy... while at Sevenoaks, captained the team to the National Schools Championship... considered to be one of the best high school players in all of England...
Linas Cicenas was born April 3, 1985, in Vilnius, Lithuania... the son of Rasa Ciceniene... has been named to the Dean's List (above a 3.5 GPA) every semester at LMU... a business administration major with an emphasis in finance... will finish his undergraduate degree this May after just three years.
M. Tennis - 6/12/2018
Lions Tabbed #6 Team in Southwest Region, Two Players in ...
M. Tennis - 5/31/2018
LMU Names Oregon’s Craig Pintens as New Athletic...
M. Tennis - 5/28/2018
This Week in LMU Athletics
M. Tennis - 5/24/2018
Men’s Tennis Finishes Season Ranked #55
M. Tennis - 5/21/2018
Lloyd, Boyce Honored with ITA Year-End Awards
M. Tennis - 5/8/2018
Bandimere, Elmes Earn Top Honors At 2018 Iggy Awards