Six Lions Named All-Conference
Women's tennis earns program record six players on 2004 WCC All-Conference teams.
April 26, 2004
Los Angeles, CA (April 26) - The Loyola Marymount University women's tennis capped the 2004 season with six players selected to respective all-conference teams by the West Coast Conference following the teams third place finish in the 2004 WCC Championships on Sunday.
Earning All-WCC honors for the Lions are junior Carla Arguelles, freshman Kimi Kaloi, freshman Serena Fermin, sophomore Patrycia Hubl, freshman Robyn Baker and senior Jennifer Baker. The six players selected is a program record for the Lions.
The junior Arguelles, playing in her first season with the Lions after transferring from Cal, earned first-team All-Conference honors. Playing one of the nation's toughest schedules, Arguelles had the task of playing the opponent's best player. She finished the season with a 15-14 record overall, going 10-11 in dual competitions this spring. She went 1-1 in the WCC tournament last weekend.
Arguelles also earned first-team honors in doubles with partner, freshman Kimi Kaloi. The pair finished the season 10-12 overall as a team but finished the year as the Lions number one double team. Arguelles was 13-16 as a doubles player, while Kaloi, a Wahiawa, Hawaii native, was 9-15.
Earning honorable mention honors was Hubl, Fermin and Robyn Baker in singles play. Hubl is a two-time All-WCC selection as she tied Fermin for he most wins this season with 17. Hubl finished with a record of 17-8, going 12-7 in dual competitions this spring. The freshman Fermin, a Yorba Linda native, was 17-10, earning 11 wins in dual competitions.
Robyn Baker, playing in 18 matches at number two singles, finished the season 11-13, going 9-9 in dual matches. She also joined her sister, Jen Baker, as an honorable mention selection in doubles. The sister duo did not play a doubles match together until midway through the spring season. They finished with a record of 9-3, winning seven of their last eight matches. Jen Baker was 14-13 overall as a doubles player while Robyn was 11-13.
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