#41 San Diego beat LMU to claim the WCC Championship Tournament title.
LMU knocked off second-seed BYU, 4-2, to advance to the final vs. #41 San Diego on Saturday.
#3 seed LMU defeated sixth-seed Pacific to advance in the WCC Championships.
LMU men’s tennis defeated San Francisco on Senior Day.
LMU men’s tennis swept Santa Clara to begin the final homestand of the year.
A 2017 graduate of Connections Academy... participated in USTA for nine years and ITF for two years... ranked #1 in the southwest, and in the top-80 in the US... 2016 Southwest Closed Singles/Doubles Champion... 2016 Edmonton ITF Doubles Champion... volunteered for The Surprise Youth Tennis Program...
Son of Maile and MIchael Prost... has one sister, Corinne... majoring in finance... chose LMU because the coaches were very knowledgeable and had great passion for the game, and they had a good vision for both his development as well as the team development.
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