Katie Vasenina Bercume

Katie  Vasenina Bercume

Assistant Coach

Alma Mater:
University of South Florida '12


Women’s Tennis Signs Two for 2016

Elvira Juravliova and Caisey Lee Emery recently signed NLIs to join the Lions.


Katie Vasenina Hired as Assistant Coach

First-year head women’s tennis coach Agustin Moreno announced the hiring of Katie Vasenina earlier this month.


WTEN | LMU vs. Georgetown

Non-conference action from LMU Tennis Center Mar. 10, 2017


WTEN | LMU vs. Boston

LMU Women's Tennis action from LMU Tennis Center on March 10


WTEN | LMU vs. Utah State

Women's tennis match at the LMU Tennis Center on Mar. 9, 2016


WTEN | LMU vs. CS Fullerton

Women's tennis from LMU Tennis Center

Katie Vasenina Bercume is in her third year as an assistant coach with LMU women's tennis in 2017-18 after joining Agustin Moreno's staff for the 2015-16 season.

Vasenina Bercume played under LMU head coach Moreno from 2009-13 before most recently serving as the Assistant Tennis Director at Fig Garden Swim & Racquet Club in Fresno, Calif.

Under her title at the Fig Garden Swim & Racquet Club, Vasenina organized a USTA JTT Local League, coordinated club tennis tournaments and activities, developed junior tennis programs, and conducted tennis lessons. Prior to her position with the club, Vasenina Bercume spent six months as head men's tennis coach at Fresno City College.

As a collegiate player, Vasenina Bercume was named All-BIG EAST in 2011 and 2012, and played at #1 singles in each of her final two seasons, reaching as high as #26 in the nation in singles play. A talented doubles player, she and her partner, Loreto Alonso-Martinez, peaked as the #12 team in the ITA rankings. Vasenina Bercume went 13-6 in singles play as a junior, earning an NCAA at-large bid.

A native of the Republic of Moldova, Vasenina Bercume was a standout player on the European junior circuit, finishing fifth in the Europe/Africa Zone Group III round-robin pool in 2009.

Vasenina Bercume earned her degree in international studies from USF in 2012 before finishing her masters in global sustainability in 2014.


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