LMU went 15-5 as a team in singles during the three-day competition.
LMU swept five matches of singles against WCC foe Pepperdine.
LMU played well on the first day of the LMU Invite.
Ethan Prost advanced through the qualifying round in singles.
LMU will send four players to the Southern California Intercollegiate Championships.
Went 3-10, including 1-5 in dual play and 1-3 in WCC matches, as a singles player in his freshman year...went 13-12 as a doubles player primarily playing on #3 court.
Ryan attended St. John Bosco High School in Bellflower, Calif...Trinity League Scholar-Athlete of the Year...Trinity League Individual Singles Champion...Men's doubles champion at US Open Sectional Qualifying Tournament (Southern California Region).
Ryan Brown was born March 7th, 1998 in Torrance, Calif....son of Scott and Erin Brown...has two sisters, Katie and Molly...father, Scott, played tennis at LMU for four years...majoring in finance...Chose LMU because of the awesome location, great people, and the opportunities both athletically and academically...enjoys going to the beach and playing spike ball.
M. Tennis - 5/24/2018
Men’s Tennis Finishes Season Ranked #55
M. Tennis - 5/21/2018
Lloyd, Boyce Honored with ITA Year-End Awards
M. Tennis - 5/8/2018
Bandimere, Elmes Earn Top Honors At 2018 Iggy Awards
M. Tennis - 5/5/2018
LMU Celebrates Commencement 2018
M. Tennis - 5/2/2018
Boyce Garners Academic All-Conference Recognition
M. Tennis - 5/1/2018
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