Tim Trigueiro Joins Lions as Volunteer Assistant
New volunteer brings wealth of experience and success to program.
Having recently completed his first year at the helm of the LMU women’s tennis program last month, Agustin Moreno quickly shifted his attention to next year with the announcement of the addition of Tim Trigueiro as a volunteer assistant coach within the program.
Trigueiro is a native of California, having grown up in Santa Barbara. The #1 juniors player in Southern California throughout his early career, Trigueiro represented the United States in international competition at Junior Wimbledon, the French Open, and in 1985, he became the US Open junior champion.
After finishing his junior career ranked #3 in the world, Tim was the #1 national recruit headed into college, and ultimately decided to play his collegiate years at UCLA. As a Bruin, Trigueiro helped lead his squad to the NCAA finals.
Prior to embarking on an extensive coaching career that has included time spent at all levels of the game, Tim played on the ATP tour and traveled throughout the world playing professionally.
Trigueiro earned a bachelor’s degree in history from Southern Methodist University in 1990.
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