Women's Tennis

Jessica Perez
Jessica Perez


Laguna Niguel, Calif.

High School:
Dana Hills HS



Lions Fall to San Diego at WCC Championships

The LMU women's tennis team fell 4-1 to the USD Toreros in the first round of the West Coast Conference Championships today.


Kouyoumjian, Jin, Perez Named All-WCC

The West Coast Conference announced the 2014 Women's Tennis All-WCC awards on Monday, with three Lions being recognized for singles play and one pair being honored for doubles.


Lions Fall to No. 23 Pepperdine

The LMU women's tennis team suffered a 4-0 setback at No. 23 Pepperdine on Wednesday afternoon in their final match of the regular season.


Lions Fall to No. 43 Saint Mary's

The LMU women's tennis team dropped a tough 4-0 match to the No. 43 Saint Mary's Gaels on Sunday afternoon at the LMU Tennis Center. After defeating Pacific 5-2 on Friday, the Lions went 1-1 on the weekend to conclude their final home matches of the season.


Lions Take Down Pacific

LMU women's tennis defeated Pacific at home on Saturday.


UCI Postmatch with Jessica Perez

UCI Postmatch with Jessica Perez


Interview with Jessica Perez after 4-3 victory over CSUN

Interview with Jessica Perez after 4-3 victory over CSUN


WTEN | LMU vs. Pacific

West Coast Conference match at LMU Tennis Center


WTEN | LMU vs. #44 UC Irvine

Women's tennis from LMU Tennis Center on Feb. 19, 2014


ITA Regional Tournament

ITA Regional Tournament

Jessica Perez is in her first year at LMU...

Perez attended Dana Hills High School in Dana Hills, Calif...she was a four year varsity letter winner under coaches Justin Green and Mark Spearman...was All-League for the South Coast League all four years...she was named to the All-CIF team for four years and was named All-State twice...garnered numerous player of the week selections...named Player of the Year during her junior season...won CIF and state championships...named SoCal player of the year...finished her senior year ranked #21 in the country...

Jessica Perez was born on December 2, 1994 in Mission Viejo, Calif. before moving to Laguna Niguel, Calif...she is the daughter of Hector and Crista Perez...was recruited by over 15 notable Division I schools...she chose LMU because of the people, the atmosphere, and the tennis coaches...her major is currently undeclared...


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