Siobhan Anderson

Siobhan  Anderson

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Sydney, Australia

High School:
Queenwood (Sydney, Australia)

Last College:
Queenwood

Height:
5-7


05/02/2018

Trio Named to WCC All-Academic Squads

Siobhan Anderson was named to the WCC All-Academic squad.

04/28/2018

Lions Claim Doubles Point, #11 Pepperdine Earns WCC Championship

The Lions won the doubles point, but #11 Pepperdine captured the WCC crown.

04/27/2018

De Lucas Clinches Championship Final Berth for LMU

Freshman Yesica De Lucas outlasted Domonique Garley in three sets on court four.

04/26/2018

LMU Sweeps Way into Semifinal Round

LMU swept Santa Clara to open WCC Championship play.

04/22/2018

Lions Earn Share of Second Place in WCC

LMU women’s tennis defeated San Francisco to earn a share of second place in the WCC.

03/15/2017

WTEN | LMU vs. Yale

Non-conference action from LMU Tennis Center on Mar. 15, 2017

03/10/2017

WTEN | LMU vs. Georgetown

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

AT LMU
2016-17
First season competing for the Lions she went 19-11 overall primarily playing at #3 singles, including 12-5 in dual play and 5-2 in WCC matches...Had a nine-match win streak including a win over #25 UCLA...Went 16-15 in doubles, including 4-3 in WCC play...Won back-to-back WCC Doubles Team of the Week Awards (Mar. 14 and 21, 2017) with Anna Romeka...All-WCC Honorable Mention Doubles Team...

HIGH SCHOOL
Anderson attended Queenwood in Sydney, Australia...won both singles and doubles championships at high school for 6 consecutive years without dropping a set...reached the Top 4 in the Tildesley Shield Tournament for all independent girls schools in NSW as a senior...was tennis captain in her junior year and prefect in her senior year...received the prestigious Piere de Coubertin Award for Sportsmanship... additionally, Anderson claimed 1 singles title and 2 doubles titles in Australia, finishing off the year with a career high ranking of #69 in Australia for all women.

PERSONAL
Siobhan Anderson was born on March 18, 1998 in Sydney, Australia...she is the daughter of Wendy and John Anderson...has one brother, Ryan...played indoor and outdoor hockey alongside tennis in high school...she chose to attend LMU because of the perfect combination of top academics, great tennis, location, and a caring community.

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