LMU women's tennis placed seven student-athletes on the 2011-12 WCC Commissioner's Honor Roll.
The nine WCC schools put a total of 1,093 student-athletes on the list from the 13 sports that the conference sponsors, which is another new conference record.
The Lions fought back after losing the doubles round, but fell one point short in singles.
The Lions travels to San Diego with eyes on the WCC championship.
The sophomore is named to the 2012 WCC All-Academic Team.
Season Opener 2011
Alex Wilton is in his second season with LMU Men's Tennis...
Playing singles at number four spot had record of 9-9... overall record of 11-10... big singles wins against Saint Mary's, Santa Clara, UCLA, Oregon, Utah and Dartmouth... posted big doubles wins at No. 1 with Bustamante against Oregon, UC Irvine and Utah...
Singles winner of ITF Tournaments in Kenya and Turkey... doubles winner in Dubai... captain of team at Reeds School...winner of the World School Champs, Belgium and UK Independent School Tournament...
Alex Steven Wilton was born February 13, 1992, in Epsom, United Kingdom... son of Anitra and Steven Wilton... graduated from Reeds School... has two younger brothers, Jorge and Sam, who play Tennis as well... an accounting and marketing major.
M. Tennis - 1/17/2018
Men’s Tennis Favored to Finish Fifth in WCC...
M. Tennis - 1/16/2018
LMU Men's Tennis is Ready for the Season
M. Tennis - 1/9/2018
Student-Athletes to be Recognized at Thursday’s...
M. Tennis - 11/12/2017
LMU Finishes LMU Invite Strong
M. Tennis - 11/11/2017
Lions Sweep Pepperdine in Singles
M. Tennis - 11/10/2017
Day One From LMU Invite in Books