Men's Tennis

Errol Smith
Errol  Smith


Los Angeles, Calif.

High School:
Bishop Montgomery HS

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 180


#6 Trojans Top Lions, 6-1

LMU dropped a road match to #6 USC on Saturday afternoon.


Upset Bid Falls Just Short

LMU men’s tennis battled #43 Pepperdine to the wire, but fell 4-3 in the season-opener.


Lions Tabbed Fourth in Preseason Poll

LMU men’s tennis is picked to finish fourth according to the annual preseason poll.


Trio Reach Main Draw Singles at SoCal Championships

Four Lions competed at the SoCal Intercollegiate Championships.


Lions Head to SoCal Intercollegiate Championships

LMU men’s tennis will participate at the 59th annual Southern California Intercollegiate Championships.


MTEN | LMU vs. Binghamton

Non-conference action from LMU Tennis Center


MTEN | LMU vs. #71 Utah

Non-conference action from LMU Tennis Center


MTEN | LMU vs. San Diego

WCC Opener from LMU Tennis Center

Errol Smith is in his second season with LMU Men's Tennis...named WCC Freshman of the Year in 2015...

Garnered LMU's second WCC Freshman of the Year honor in program history...went 15-11 overall in singles play, including 7-3 at the top spot...registered a 6-6 mark at #2 singles...posted a singles victory over #48 Pepperdine's top player and recorded a victory over the #2 player from #71 Utah State...played to a 12-12 record in doubles play, including an 8-7 mark with Joat Farah...

A 2013 graduate of Bishop Montgomery High School...local product from Los Angeles, he played his junior tennis in the Southern California section...received the bulk of his play in the men's open captain of his high school team as a junior and All-Area selection, he won the Del Rey League championship to reach the semifinals of the CIF Tournament as a senior...

Errol Roger Smith III was born June 16, 1994 in Los Angeles, Calif...son of Debra and Errol Smith...father was his prep coach and was a Top-100 ATP player for the Bahamas and an outstanding college player at Ohio State...has two siblings, Jordan and Khyelle...Khyelle played tennis at Southern University...chose LMU because he loves the campus as well as the connection with the whole student body...


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