Men's Tennis

Joat Farah
Joat  Farah

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Guayaquil, Guayas, Ecuador

High School:
Colegio PERT

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 160



05/05/2016

Bohuslav Named Academic All-WCC, Farah Honorable Mention

Junior Luke Bohuslav was named to the WCC All-Academic team.

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.

04/24/2016

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.

04/05/2016

MTEN | LMU vs. UC Irvine

Non-conference action from LMU Tennis Center.

04/08/2015

MTEN | LMU vs. Binghamton

Non-conference action from LMU Tennis Center

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
Joat Farah is in his second season with LMU Men's Tennis...

AT LMU
2014-15
Went 14-8 in singles play during his first year at LMU...played to an 8-3 record at #5 singles...was 3-3 in WCC play...registered an 11-10 record in doubles play, playing mostly with Errol Smith (8-7)...went 3-1 when teamed with Othar Kordsachia...won nine of his last 11 decisions in singles play...posted victories at #5 singles over players from #61 Cal Poly, #71 Utah State and #72 Utah...

BEFORE LMU
Entered LMU as the top-ranked junior tennis player in his country, having won an International Tennis Federation Grade 5 tournament and finished as a finalist in a Grade 4 tournament in Costa Rica...the standout, who has reached as high as #182 in the ITF singles rankings, also captured a doubles championship at Grade 5 tournaments in Peru and Ecuador...

PERSONAL
Joat Farah Cordero was born February 13, 1996 in Guayaquil, Guayas, Ecuador...son of Leticia Sofia Cordero Cedeno and Nelson Fernando Farah...has three siblings, Nicole, Emile, and Giuliana...chose LMU because it is the perfect location...a business management major.

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