#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.
Charles Boyce and Lucas Moreno have been named WCC Doubles Team of the Week.
LMU men’s tennis defeated San Francisco on Senior Day.
Did not appear in any matches during the season while utilizing a redshirt campaign...
A 2015 graduate of Laurel Springs in Port Saint Lucie, Florida...Did not compete for his high school because he played the International Junior Circuit (ITF), and the pro circuit representing his home country, Chile...International Junior Circuit Doubles Champion of Chuquiago Junior Open (Bolivia) in 2012, Singles and Doubles Champion of Dunlop Cup (El Salvador) in 2013, Singles and Doubles Champion of Copa Maya (El Salvador) in 2013, Doubles Champion of ITF Junior Circuit Cup (Trinidad & Tobago) in 2014.
Lucas Moreno Yanez was born January 14, 1996 in Santiago, Chile...son of Chistina Yanez and Fernando Moreno, a professional rugby player for Chile...has one brother, Fernando...a psychology major...Chose LMU after his brother really enjoyed being a Lion and wanted to have a great education, compete in Division I tennis, and enjoy the campus.
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