Now ranked No. 71, the LMU women's team will play three road matches in five days this week.
Now ranked No. 73, the LMU women's team will seek its first conference win this weekend as they host a pair of WCC opponents.
LMU women's tennis opens up conference play this week at home with Santa Clara and San Francisco.
After back-to-back wins, LMU women's tennis will face No. 62 Princeton and Dartmouth at home this week.
After a strong road win at Cal Poly, LMU women's tennis looks to keep it going at home Saturday.
Ivan Lopez is in his third season with LMU Tennis, and his second as an assistant coach after serving one year as a volunteer assistant...
An alumni of LMU, Lopez posted an impressive collegiate career. A 2010 graduate, Lopez recorded a 56-42 overall singles record finishing his senior season with a 16-8 record in both singles and doubles and a 6-3 singles record in conference match ups. This play earned Lopez First Team All-Conference Honors in both singles and doubles. Lopez played the number one singles position for the Lions most of his LMU career posting impressive victories over some of the top players in the nation. Before transferring to LMU, the Lopez played a year at Free-Hardeman University in 2006-2007 where he was named NAIA All-American and All-Conference in singles and doubles. He was also ranked no.5 in the nation in NAIA singles and no.17 in doubles.
Lopez is a 2006 graduate of IES Puebla De Vicar High School in Almeria, Spain and a 2010 graduate of Loyola Marymount University. Lopez was born December 17, 1987 in Spain to parents Teresa and Bernando Lopez. He has a hound sister Celia and chose to come to LMU for college because of its prime location, environment, academics and tennis programs.