LMU won the doubles point, but dropped a quarterfinal match to Pepperdine at the WCC Championships.
LMU finished up a string of three matches in as many days with a win.
Joat Farah contributed the clinching victory at #3 singles.
LMU defeated Santa Clara, 4-2, at home to earn a spot in next week’s WCC Tournament.
LMU played only singles matches on Saturday and dropped a 4-1 match to Portland.
Jamie Thorp is in his second season with LMU Men's Tennis...
Played in the UCSB Classic, going 0-3 in a trio of singles matches...recorded a doubles victory over a team from UCSD at the UCSB Classic while teamed with Felix van Kann...
Came to LMU ranked in the top-130 nationally...considered a top four-star recruit while playing for Northwest High Performance Tennis...a top-four junior in the Northwest, he accumulated an overall record of 24-10 in singles play at the regional/national level...
James Raffis Thorp was born October 6, 1995 in Renton, Wash... son of Maryann and James Thorp... mother played tennis at USD and Washington... has three brothers, Bryan, Mitchell and Connor... Bryan and Mitchell both played tennis in college... volunteered his time teaching mentally-handicapped students how to play tennis during high school... chose LMU because of the great location, rising tennis program, nice faculty and smaller classes... a marketing major.
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