Briefly... Renzo Maggi is in his fourth season with LMU tennis...
At LMU... 2008-09...Went 12-21 in overall in singles play...posted a winning 4-2 conference record...played the number 2, 3, 4 and 5 positions for the Lions...had three consecutive conference wins against San Francisco, San Diego and Gonzaga...against #66 St Mary's defeated Achim Christner 6-3 and 6-2...in doubles went 7-21 overall...finished out the season with a win over St. Mary's with partner Borja Malet 8-4...
2007-08...went 9-18 in singles and 14-18 record in doubles... finished 6-13 in singles dual matches and 10-14 in doubles duals... named All-WCC honorable mention in doubles...
2006-07...posted a doubles record of 15-11 as a freshman... went 7-12 in singles, and 3-0 the No. 5 spot...
High School... a 2006 graduate of Los Alamitos High School in Los Alamitos, Calif... Also attended Palmetto High School in Miami, FL from 2002-2003... a two-sport athlete, earning a combined six letters in tennis and basketball... served as captain of both teams his senior season... ranked as high as first in doubles and No. 2 in singles as a junior player in Florida... qualified for the third round at the prestigious Orange Bowl and was a doubles finalist at a national open held in Oakland, CA... Helped Los Alamitos High School to the CIF Championship in basketball...
Personal... Renzo Antonio Maggi was born March 6, 1988 in Long Beach, Calif...Son of Bettina Dibos and Daniel Spatz and Carlos and Ann Maggi... has five brothers, Flavio, Carlos, Alec, Marco, and Daniel...favorite tennis player is Novak Djokovic...favorite sports team is the Los Angeles Lakers...is known to his teammates as Zo...is a Communication Studies major.
M. Tennis - 3/16/2018
#43 LMU Sweeps Past UTSA
M. Tennis - 3/14/2018
Athletics Director William Husak Announces July Retirement
M. Tennis - 3/13/2018
#43 LMU Looks To Defend The Bluff
M. Tennis - 3/8/2018
Saturday Match vs. UC Santa Barbara Moved to April 10
M. Tennis - 3/7/2018
#36 LMU Tops UC Irvine, 4-1
M. Tennis - 3/6/2018
Men's Tennis Climbs to #36; Two Big West Matches on Tap