Women's Tennis

Andrea Crespo
Andrea  Crespo

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Valencia, Spain

High School:
Cidead

Last College:
Stetson

Height:
5-6



03/25/2015

Lions Edged by Nebraska, 4-3

LMU won three singles matches, but fell to a talented Nebraska team by a count of 4-3.

03/22/2015

#67 San Diego State Tops Lions

The Lions dropped a 7-0 decision to #67 San Diego State on Sunday at home.

03/21/2015

Crespo, Grossman Post Victories in Loss

LMU dropped a 5-2 decision to Gonzaga on Saturday.

03/15/2015

Short-Handed Lions Fall to #75 Sacramento State

Playing without two regulars in the singles lineup, LMU fell to #75 Sacramento State.

03/13/2015

Crespo Posts Victory, Lions Fall at #52 BYU

LMU women's tennis dropped a 6-1 decision to #52 BYU on Friday.

03/16/2015

WTEN | LMU vs. Sacramento St.

Non-conference match-up at the LMU Tennis Center

09/29/2014

Women's Tennis | SDSU Fall Classic

Jessica Perez, Andrea Crespo and Lauri Mueller competed at the 2014 SDSU Fall Classic.

BRIEFLY
Andrea Crespo is in her first year with LMU tennis after spending two seasons at Stetson...

AT STETSON
2013-14
Helped Stetson finish the 2014 season at 18-6 with a runner-up finish in the Atlantic Sun Championship...playing primarily at the #2 position in both singles and doubles...managed a 10-10 record as an individual and a 6-7 mark in doubles play, including a 4-1 record with partner Isabella Fernandez...

2012-13
As a freshman, garnered All-Atlantic Sun Conference first team honors while playing at the #1 spot in singles and doubles...an All-Freshman selection from the Atlantic Sun...garnered A-Sun Academic honors after registering a 3.44 GPA...went 11-8 in singles and 6-10 in doubles in her inaugural campaign...11-8 overall record also included a 6-1 mark in conference play...

BEFORE COLLEGE
Prior to coming to the United States to play for Stetson, Crespo won six championships and climbed as high as #99 in the rankings while competing in Spain in 2011...

PERSONAL
Andrea Crespo

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