Kristine Kouyoumjian was named to the WCC All-Academic team for the third straight year.
LMU dropped a 4-1 match to Santa Clara on Saturday.
USF defeated LMU, 4-1, on Friday afternoon.
LMU led 3-1 in the match score, but BYU won the final three points to steal the win.
Freshman Elvira Juravliova won the clinching point on court four to hand LMU a victory.
Non-conference action from LMU Tennis Center on Mar. 15, 2017
Non-conference action from LMU Tennis Center Mar. 10, 2017
Women's tennis non-conference from LMU Tennis Center on Mar. 24, 2016
Women's tennis match at the LMU Tennis Center on Mar. 9, 2016
Women's tennis from LMU Tennis Center
Julia Norlin is in her fourth year at LMU...took home honorable mention All-Academic honors in 2015 and 2016.
Went 5-9 in singles play, including 3-4 in dual matches...finished 1-0 against WCC foes...played bulk of matches at #6 singles, going 3-2...was 12-10 in doubles play, including 8-7 in dual matches...went 4-0 at #3 doubles...honorable mention All-Academic selection.
Went 11-22 in singles play, including 7-12 in dual matches...finished 3-5 against WCC foes...played bulk of matches at #6 singles, going 5-8...was 9-16 in doubles play, including 6-10 in dual matches...went 6-7 at #3 doubles...posted a victory over an opponent from #69 Utah State to clinch a Lion team win...honorable mention All-Academic selection.
Finished 2-3 overall in singles play at the #6 position...competed in two doubles events, earning a victory over Concordia with partner Ellie Grossman at #3.
Norlin attended Hersby Gymnasium in Stockholm, Sweden...her high school did not have competitive tennis...she competed in tournaments throughout Sweden and Europe...she was coached by Magnus Ennerberg...played both ETA's and ITF's...ranked highest as No. 5 in Sweden in singles...won the Swedish National Championship with her tennis club three years in a row from 2011-13.
Julia Norlin was born on December 15, 1994 in Paris, France before moving to Stockholm, Sweden...she is the daughter of Goran and Paola Norlin...has one brother, Christopher, and one sister, Carolina...she chose to attend LMU because of the great academics, beautiful campus location, and to play for a great tennis program...she is a business marketing major with a theater minor.
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