Borja Malet

Borja  Malet


Barcelona, Spain

Last College:
Georgia Southern




Men's Tennis

Men's Tennis Spring 2010

Briefly...Borja Malet begins his second season with LMU Tennis.... a transfer from Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, GA before attending LMU...

At LMU 2008-09...Went 12-13 overall in singles play...played the number 3, 4, and 5 position in singles for the Lions...had three consecutive wins against UC Riverside, Harvard and conference play shut out Gonzaga's Conor Feeney 6-1 and doubles play went 8-16 overall...played the number 1 and 2 doubles positions for the Lions... finished out the season with a win over St. Mary's with partner Renzo Maggi 8-4...

Georgia Southern University...2007-08... earned second-team All-Southern conference after playing No.1 doubles and splitting time between the No. 2 and No. 3 spots in singles... teamed with doubles partner, Emmanuel Nkoueleue, to compile an 18-10 overall record, 12-6 dual record and a 5-3 mark against SoCon foes at the No. 1 seed... finished the year with a 16-16 record in singles... named to the Southern Conference All-Academic squad... 2006-07... finished with the most wins in singles play with nine, and an overall record in singles matches of 9-10 to go along with a 6-2 conference mark... accumulated a 5-5 record and a 2-1 conference record in doubles at the No. 2 spot... named to the Southern Conference All-Academic squad...

High School...a 2005 graduate of San Ignacio-Sarria in Barcelona, Spain...

Personal...Borja Malet was born on April 4, 1987 in Barcelona, Spain...the son of Maite and Ramon Malet...has a brother, Carlos, who attended and played tennis at LMU, another brother, Alvaro who attended and played tennis at the University of Barcelona and a sister, Maite, who attends and plays tennis at San Ignacio-Sarria high school...chose LMU because of its recognition as a private, religious school and because of his older brother's previous enjoyable proud of being a a Business Management major.


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