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2011 LMU Women’s Tennis

The Centennial Season

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This is lmu women’s tennis. TABLE OF CONTENTS

Table of Contents....................2 Quick Facts.............................3 2011 Roster...........................4 2011 Schedule........................4 Speed Chart............................5 The WCC..................................6 The Players.............................7 The Coaches..........................19 Jamie sanchez..................19 Ivan Lopez.......................21 Tami Adkins......................22 LOOKING BACK....................... 23 2010-11 Review.....................23 2002 WCC Championship.........24 Hall of Fame.........................25 Kristi Anderson...............25 Debbie Delgado................26 Edit Pakay.......................27 Carolyn Patridge.............28 Jamie Sanchez.................29 Women’s TEnnis History..........30 All-Time Honors.....................30 All-Time Roster......................31 All-Time Records....................32 Year-by-Year Results..............33

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Inside lmu............................. 37 Right Place. Right Time...........38 A View to a Promising Future..39 A Solid Foundation................40 The Lion Experience................41 Community Service .................42 Student-Athlete Services.......43 Prepared for Tomorrow..........44 Building Champions................45 History of Champions.............46 A Centennial Celebration ......47 Leadership............................48 LMU Sports Medicine.............49 Strength and Conditioning.....50 The Dreier Center..................51 The Lions Athletic Center.......52 LMU Tennis Center.................53 Where the Lions Play.............54 LMU Game Day.......................55 Following the Lions...............56 Los Angeles..........................57

8 Insider Info: • 2011-12 Roster • 2011-12 Schedule • The WCC

University information Location: Los Angeles, Calif. Founded: 1911 Enrollment: 9,070 (5,797 Undergrad) Nickname: Lions Colors - Primary/Secondary: Crimson & Navy/Gray & Marymount Blue Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: West Coast Conference Home Court: LMU Tennis Center President: David W. Burcham Alma Mater: Occidental, ‘73; Long Beach St., ‘78; Loyola Law, ‘84 Athletic Director: Dr. William Husak Alma Mater: SUNY-Cortland, ‘72; Texas A&M, ‘76 Athletic Phone/Ticket Office: (310) 338-5404/(310) 338-LION

LMU WOMEN’S TENNIS

WOmen’s TENNIS staff Head Coach: Alma Mater: Years at LMU: Phone: Assistant Coach: Director of Operations:

Jamie Sanchez LMU, 1975 37th Season (310) 338-1844 Ivan Lopez LMU, ‘10 • Second Season Tami Adkins USF, ‘93 • Fifth Season

Team Facts 2010-11 Record - Overall/WCC (finish): 8-17/3-5 (5th) Returning Players: 7 Newcomers: 5 postseason information WCC Championships (1):

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Media relations Director of New Media (WTEN Contact): Will Brooks Office Phone:   (310) 338-7768 E-Mail: wbrooks@lmu.edu SID Office Fax: (310) 338-2703 Website: www.LMULions.com

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Roster & Schedule No Name Ashley Anderson April Bisharat Logan Finnell Ana Lucia Fuentes Miya Jin Tory Parravi Lisa Piller Elisaveta Pironkova Adriana Radinovic Claudia Razzeto Reka Rohonyi Madison Wesseln

Ht 5-8 5-7 5-7 5-6 5-3 5-3 5-6 5-8 5-6 5-4 5-8 5-8

HEAD COACH: ASSISTANT COACH: TEAM MANAGER: DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS:

Yr Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. Jr. So. So. Fr.

Date Opponent Sept. 9-Oct. 2 San Diego State Tournament

Hometown (Previous School) Mukilteo, Wash. (University of Washington) San Diego, CA (UC Irvine) Carmel, CA (Stevenson School) Arequipa, Peru (West Ranch HS) Palos Verdes Estates, CA (Palos Verdes HS) San Diego, CA (Torrey Pines HS) Zog, Switzerland (Sportgymnasium Davos) Plovdiv, Bulgaria (Sport School Vasil Levski) Belgrade, Serbia (Sportska Gimnazija) Lima, Peru Budapest, Hungary (Altisz Foundation HS) Canyon Lake, CA (Linfield Christian)

Jaime sanchez (LMU, ‘75) - 37th season IVAN lopez (LMU, ‘10) - second season JASPER JIN - second season TAMI ADKINS (USF, ‘93) - fifth season

Oct. 7-9 Santa Barbara Fall Classic All Day Oct. 20-24 ITA Regional Tournament All Day Oct. 28-30 Jack Kramer Fall Invitational All Day Nov. 4-6 UC Irvine Invitational All Day Nov. 11-13 Cal State Northridge All Day San Diego State Jan. 20-22 CSULB Invitational All Day Jan. 28 Cal State Long Beach 11:00 a.m. Feb. 2 at UCLA 1:30 p.m. Feb. 3 Cal Poly San Luis Obispo 1:30 p.m. Feb. 8 University of Hawaii 1:30 p.m. Feb. 12 Wyoming University 11:00 a.m. Feb. 18 vs. South Carolina (at USD) TBA Feb. 15 Cal State Northridge 1:30 p.m. Feb. 23 at UC Riverside 2:00 p.m. Feb. 25 UC Irvine 10:00 a.m. March 3 Eastern Michigan 11:00 a.m. March 4 at San Diego State 1:00 p.m. March 9 Cal State Fullerton 1:30 p.m. March 10 Furman University 11:00 a.m. March 16 Concordia University 1:30 p.m. March 22 at Pepperdine University 1:30 p.m. March 25 University of Texas-El Paso 11:00 a.m. March 27 UC Santa Barbara 1:30 p.m. March 30 at University of San Francisco 11:00 a.m. March 31 at Santa Clara University * 2:00 p.m. April 4 Saint Mary’s College * 1:30 p.m. Arpil 7 University of San Diego * 1:30 p.m. April 13 at Gonzaga * 11:00 a.m. April 14 at Portland * 12:00 p.m. Arpil 20 BYU * 1:30 p.m. April 22 at Fresno State 11:00 a.m. April 25-28 WCC Tennis Championships All Day Bold - Denotes Home Games. ALL TIMES ARE PACIFIC.

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Time All Day

Speed Chart

Ashley Anderson SR • Mukilteo, Wash.

April Bisharat JR • San Diego, Calif.

Logan Finnell FR • Carmel, Calif.

Ana Lucia Fuentes FR • Arequipa, Peru

Miya Jin SO • Palos Verdes Estates, Calif.

Tory Parravi FR • San Diego, Calif.

Lisa Piller FR • Zog, Switzerland

Elisaveta Pironkova SR • Plovdiv, Bulgaria

Adriana Radinovic JR • Belgrade, Serbia

Claudia Razzeto SO • Lima, Peru

Reka Rohonyi SO • Budapest, Hungary

Madison Wesseln FR • Canyon Lake, Calif.

Jamie Sanchez Head Coach • 37th Season

Ivan Lopez Assistant Coach • Second Season

Tami Adkins Director of Operations • Fifth Season

Jasper Jin Team Manager • Second Season

The WCC ABOUT THE WCC

The West Coast Conference was formed in 1952 to provide a convenient venue for five San Francisco Bay Area schools to compete in basketball. Since that modest beginning, the Conference has evolved and grown to become a nationally recognized and competitive force in intercollegiate athletics, with 13 league-sponsored sports: baseball; both men’s and women’s basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, and tennis; and women’s volleyball and rowing. The league began in 1952-53 as the California Basketball Association, and included College of the Pacific, Saint Mary’s College, University of San Francisco, San Jose State University, and Santa Clara University. It remained five teams until 1956-57, when Loyola Marymount, Pepperdine, and Fresno State joined the conference, giving it eight teams. At that time, the conference’s name was changed to the West Coast Athletic Conference (WCAC). The WCAC shortened its name to West Coast Conference in 1989, and developed a new logo in 1995 that lasted until 2011. Thirty years after its most recent expansion, the WCC welcomed its ninth member by extending an invitation to Brigham Young University in September of 2010. BYU officially joined the West Coast Conference on July 1, 2011. Today, the nine WCC members span the western coast of the United States from Canada to Mexico, from the pine forests of Eastern Washington, to the Columbia River Basin, to the dynamic San Francisco Bay Area, to the sunny beaches of Southern California, to the majestic mountains of Utah. The Conference is characterized by the stability of its membership - only two conferences have been together longer - and its unique emphasis on combining excellence in athletics with excellence in academics. The Conference recognizes championships in each of its sports, has hosted NCAA championship events, and produced 26 NCAA Division I individual or team champions. And, many outstanding WCC student-athletes have gone on to excel in professional sports. The long and rich history of the WCC demonstrates that success in intercollegiate athletics can be built on the foundation of values, character, and academics.

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8 Insider Info: • The WCC • WCC Women’s Tennis • NCAA Championships • NCAA History

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THE players

Ashley Anderson 5-8 • SEnior • Mukilteo, Wash. • University of Washington

BRIEFLY Ashley Anderson is in her second season with LMU Tennis after transferring from the University of Washington... AT LMU 2010-11 Overall record of 6-9... was 5-2 at number six spot... beat Natalie McKay of UC Riverside... won three in a row again Hawaii Pacific University, University of Hawaii, and Georgetown University... posted victory against Katarina Kovacevic of Columbia... played doubles with Miya Jin, winning four doubles matches... AT UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON 2007-10 Played for coach Jill Hultquiest at the No. 3 doubles position...member of the deans list... a Click here for full bio

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THE players

April Bisharat 5-7 • junior • san diego, calif. • uc irvine

BRIEFLY April Bisharat is in her second season with LMU Tennis after transferring from UC Irvine... AT LMU 2010-11 Winning record of 12-10 at number one spot... overall record of 13-10... had big conference wins against University of San Diego, Portland University, and University of San Francisco... in doubles, beat three conference teams with Melissa Valenzuela... AT UC IRVINE 2009-10 Helped UC Irvine to a Big West Title as a singles starter... PERSONAL April Ann Bisharat was born on May 8, 1992 to parents Sahad and Anan Bisharat in San Diego, Calif. a Click here for full bio

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THE players

Logan Finnell

5-7 • freshman • carmel, calif.. • stevenson school

BRIEFLY Logan Finnell is in her first season with LMU Tennis... HIGH SCHOOL A graduate of Stevenson School, played varsity singles four years under coach Wendy Grover...received MVP tennis player and sportsmanship award on behalf of school...was captain of her team as junior and senior...All-League player for three years... PERSONAL Logan Delancey Finnell was born November 3, 1992 in Carmel, California...daughter of Hunter and Lynn Finnell... has one younger brother, Skyler... recruited by Chapman University and San Diego State University, but chose LMU for the beautiful campus, excellent athletic training program, and dedicated coaching staff...a liberal arts undeclared major... a Click here for full bio

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THE players

Ana Lucia Fuentes 5-6 • freshman • arequipa, peru • west ranch HS

BRIEFLY Ana Lucia Fuentes is in her first season with LMU Tennis... HIGH SCHOOL Played varsity singles sophomore, junior, and senior year under coach Erick Spiecker... All-City, All-Area, All-Conference, and All-League player for three years... three time CIF qualifier... PERSONAL Ana Lucia Fuentes was born August 6, 1993 in Peru...daughter of Eduardo and Lilian Fuentes... has one younger sister, Ana Cecilia, who also plays tennis... graduated from West Ranch High Schools as an honor roll student... recruited by Pepperdine, UCSD, UCSB, and UCI, but believed LMU was the best place for her to grow as a student ...a biochemistry major... a Click here for full bio

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THE players

Miya Jin

5-3 • Sophomore • palos verdes estates, calif. • palos verdes high school

BRIEFLY Miya Jin is in her second season with LMU Tennis... AT LMU 2010-11 Had season record of 10-13... big wins against conference teams Santa Clara and University of San Francisco... had four game winning streak in beginning of season... played doubles with Ashley Anderson and Shauna Morgan... strong doubles win with Morgan against WCC-foe University of San Francisco... HIGH SCHOOL A graduate of Palos Verdes High School, played No.1 doubles position...received All-CIF honors her junior and senior year...was captain of her team...as a freshman and sophomore played for Chadwick High School where she helped her team to two CIF titles... a Click here for full bio

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THE players

Tory Parravi

5-3 • freshman • san diego, calif. • torrey pines hs

BRIEFLY Tory Parravi is in her first season with LMU Tennis... HIGH SCHOOL Played varsity singles all four years under coach Anne Meigs... was captain of her team as junior and senior...three-year All-CIF player... Palomar League first team... first team All-American as a senior... Union Tribune scholar athlete... PERSONAL Tory Katya Parravi was born January 5, 1993 in Santa Clara, California...daughter of Gerald Sota and Susan Parravi... graduated from Torrey Pines High... considered UC Irvine, but chose LMU for the beautiful campus, location and excellent tennis team and coaching staff... a communications major. a Click here for full bio

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THE players

Lisa Piller

5-6 • freshman • zog, switzerland • sportgymnasium davos

BRIEFLY Lisa Piller is in her first season with LMU Tennis... HIGH SCHOOL A graduate of Sportgymnasium Davos... won many national tournaments... Central SUI runner up champion... holds Swiss record in running 3X100m... PERSONAL Lisa Piller was born January 30, 1991 in Zog, Switzerland...daughter of Roland and Simone Piller... has one older brother, Mark, and one older sister, Mona, who also plays tennis... recruited by Texas Tech and St. Mary’s, but chose LMU for the campus size, quality academics, and excellent tennis team... a Click here for full bio

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THE players

Elisaveta Lisa Pironkova Piller 5-6 5-8 • •freshman senior • plovdiv, • zog, switzerland. bulgaria • sport • sportgymnasium school vasil davos levski

BRIEFLY Lisa Piller is in her first season with LMU Tennis... BRIEFLY Elisaveta Pironkova is in her fourth year of collegiate tennis at Loyola Marymount... HIGH SCHOOL A graduate of Sportgymnasium Davos... won many national tournaments... Central SUI AT LMU runner up champion... holds Swiss record in running 3X100m... 2010-11 At No. 6 singles spot had 4-1 record... had season record of 6-16... strong wins again PERSONAL conference opponents Portland University andSwitzerland...daughter University of San Francisco... played Lisa Piller was born January 30, 1991 in Zog, of Roland and douSimbles with Reka Rohonyi... big doubles win against rival Portland University... one Piller... has one older brother, Mark, and one older sister, Mona, who also plays ten2009-10 nis... recruited by Texas Tech and St. Mary’s, but chose LMU for the campus size, quality Went 8-12 and overall in singles play...played academics, excellent tennis team... the No. 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 positions for the Lions...had big wins at the WCC tournament in the third round over Gonzaga...recorded back-to-back wins over New Mexico State and UCSB during the season...in doubles had two back-to-back conference victories over San Diego and Portland with partner Jasmin Heckel... a Click here for full bio

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THE players

Adriana Radinovic 5-6 • junior • belgrade, serbia • sportska gimnazija

BRIEFLY Adriana Radinovic is in her third season with LMU Tennis... AT LMU 2010-11 Competed in one match against UC Riverside until game retired due to injury... 2009-10 Used a red-shirt season... PERSONAL Born to parents Milena and Milorad Radinovic on April 24, 1990...grew up in Serbia where she attended Sportska Gimnazija for high school...has two sisters Ivana and Martina...a Business Marketing major... a Click here for full bio

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THE players

Claudia Razzeto 5-4 • sophomore • lima, peru

BRIEFLY Claudia Rezzeto is in her second season with LMU Tennis... AT LMU 2010-11 Did not appear in any matches for LMU... PERSONAL Claudia Razzeto was born April 18, 1991 to parents Itala and Octavio Razzeto in Lima Peru...has one younger brother, Eduardo...a natural science major... a Click here for full bio

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THE players

Reka Rohonyi

5-8 • sophomore • budapest, hungary • altisz foundation high school

BRIEFLY Reka Rohonyi is in her second season with LMU Tennis... AT LMU 2010-11 Had overall record of 9-15 for LMU... big wins against conference rivals Santa Clara, Portland, and University of San Francisco... had four-game singles winning streak during season... with Elisaveta Pironkova as doubles partner, had 12-12 record... notched big win against Portland in doubles... PERSONAL Reka Rohonyi was born December 20th, 1990 to parents Eva and Ivstvam Rohonyi in Budapest Hungary...played in Altisz Foundation High School... a Click here for full bio

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THE players

Madison Wesseln 5-8 • freshman • canyon lake, calif. • linfield christian

BRIEFLY Madison Wesseln is in her first season with LMU Tennis... HIGH SCHOOL Played singles and doubles under coach Beck Ness and coach Bret Akerman... earned varsity letters all four years... was captain senior year... junior and senior year All-League for Ambassador & Christian... played varsity basketball sophomore, junior, and senior year... PERSONAL Madison Michelle Wesseln was born May 3, 1993 in Canyon Lake, California...daughter of Terry and Julie Wesseln... has one younger sister, Malcenna, who also plays tennis... graduated from Linfield Christian High School... was scholar-athlete of the Valley... recruited by UCLA, UCSB, and UCSD, but chose LMU for the smaller class sizes ... a Click here for full bio

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Jamie sanchez

THE COACHES

head coach • 37th season

Jamie Sanchez is in his 37th season as head coach of the Loyola Marymount women’s tennis program. Sanchez, the program’s only coach since its inception, began coaching the team in 1975 and posted a career record of 450-437 in 36 seasons. In 2001, the Lions were represented in the Individual NCAA Playoffs with the doubles duo of Andrea Lord and Angelina Zdorovytska. In 2002, Sanchez guided the Lions to their first ever West Coast Conference Championship with a 4-2 win over Pepperdine. With the win, Sanchez and the Lions advanced to the NCAA playoffs as a team for the first time in program history. He was named the West Coast Conference Coach of the Year for the second straight year in 2002, and in 2006 he earned his third WCC Coach of the Year honor. In his first31 years at the helm of the Lions’ program, Sanchez’s teams never finished lower than fourth in the WCC. The Lions finished 12-14 and in second place after reaching the WCC Championship in 2006. In November of 2004, Sanchez was honored with the US Tennis Association/ Intercollegiate Tennis Association Campus Recreation Award as the sectional winner for all of Southern California. In its second year, the award honors an ITA coach who has done an outstanding job implementing recreational tennis

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programs on campus in an effort to grow tennis participation. Sanchez, who developed and supervised the original LMU fitness center and club sports program, also worked with the current Campus Recreation department to direct LMU Tennis 101, where a recreational class open to all members of LMU’s Burns Recreation Center is offered twice a week to promote fitness and interest in the sport of tennis. As the Southern California sectional winner, Sanchez advanced to the national finalist pool of nine. In 2011, Sanchez guided the Lions to a fifth-place finish in the WCC. The Lions defeated No. 8 seed University of San Francisco 5-2 in the consolation bracket. April Bisharat was ranked first team singles All-WCC in 2011 under Sanchez. Sanchez also guided April Bisharat and Melissa Valenzuela to All-WCC first team doubles. Among other highlights of his 36-year coaching career are leading his 1978 squad to a No. 20 national ranking at the AIAW Division II level (one of three straight undefeated conference title teams), and the 1982 squad finishing 12th in the nation in NCAA Division II, its only year at that level. The Lions then received a preseason ranking of third in the nation in 1983, before the Lions moved to the Division I level.

THE COACHES

Through the years, Sanchez has had four players earn LMU Athlete of the Year honors (Pavla Mesterova 2005-06; Penka Fileva 2002-03; Edit Pakay 2001-02; Julie Oshiro 1993-94) while Kris Anderson was named LMU Scholar-Athlete of the Year twice (1987-88; 88-89). He has had34 players earn All-WCC honors as singles players in the lastten seasons, while 16 doubles teams have earn all-conference accolades since 2000-01. In 2006, a record-equalling six Lions received All-WCC recognition. In addition, eight players have earned Academic All-WCC honors since 1996 and 40 National Scholar-Athlete selections since 1990.

serve on the NCAA Tennis Committee once again this year.

Sanchez has been a student-athlete, coach and administrator at Loyola Marymount for over 36 years. He earned eight varsity letters in tennis and football at LMU from 1969 to 1974. He graduated from LMU in 1975 with a bachelor’s degree in English. In February of 1993, Sanchez was inducted into the Loyola Marymount Athletics Hall of Fame. He became a two-time inductee in 2003 when he was inducted again with the 1969 Club National Championship football team.

Sanchez has been a member of the United States Tennis Association (USTA) since 1968, and a member of the United States Professional Tennis Registry (USPTR) since 1987.

Sanchez has served in many different capacities throughout his tenure. He coached the men’s tennis team for 21 seasons (1975-96) and posted 211 Division I victories. He was an assistant coach for both the football and men’s soccer teams in the 1970’s, and served as the head athletic trainer and equipment manager in 1978 and 1979. He was also the NCAA Division I Chair of the West Region and will

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Sanchez also served as the director of intramurals for 14 years. In 1990-91, Sanchez was the Athletics Facilities Manager and the Assistant to the Athletic Director for seven years, with duties including supervision of the ticket and event management staff for men’s and women’s intercollegiate athletic events. His work as a liaison to the NCAA on compliance issues led the department to add a position dedicated to that work.

In addition to his duties at LMU, Sanchez serves as the Head Tennis Professional at the El Segundo Recreation Center. He still competes in regional tournaments in the open division. Sanchez currently resides in El Segundo, Calif. with his wife, Tami. He has two daughters, Erin and Gabriella. Erin joined the Lions’ tennis program in 2001 and played four seasons for her father and the Lions.

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Ivan Lopez

THE COACHES

Assistant coach • second season

Ivan Lopez is in his second season with LMU Tennis, and his first 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

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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. a Click here for full bio

Tami Adkins

THE COACHES

DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS • FIFTH season

Tami Adkins is in her third season as Director of Operations. This is her fifth year working with the LMU Tennis program. Prior to becoming Director of Operations she was the Volunteer Assistant for two years. Adkins, who is no stranger to Loyola Marymount, served as an Assistant Coach with the LMU Women’s Basketball team from 2000-2007. In 2004, the Women’s Basketball program won its first WCC regular season and Conference Tournament Titles and advanced to the NCAA Tournament. Adkins was also a part of LMU’s first post-season appearance when the Lions were invited to the 2001 WNIT. Adkins is very familiar with the West Coast Conference as she was an All-Conference point guard at the University of San Francisco. She was the captain for the 1992 team which finished as WCC Co-Champions. In her senior season, Adkins was named All-WCC as well as All-WCC Academic Team. Adkins graduated in 1993 with a degree in Political Science.

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Upon graduation, Adkins began her career in coaching, first serving as an assistant at LMU during the 1994-95 season before returning to her alma mater in 1995. She remained at USF as an assistant for the next five seasons, helping the Dons to two WCC Tournament Championships and two NCAA tournament appearances, including a trip to the Sweet Sixteen in 1996. Adkins’ primary responsibilities with the Women’s Tennis program include coordinating all team travel and equipment, assisting with fundraising and on campus recruiting, summer camp coordination and community service outreach. Adkins is married and resides in El Segundo, Calif. with her husband, Jamie. She has one daughter, Gabriella. a Click here for full bio

2010-11 Season Review The 2011 West Coast Conference Tournament saw the Lions finish fifth after falling on the first day to Pepperdine. Despite the early setback, the Lions made a two-day surge, recording victories over Portland and then San Francisco to win the consolation bracket and place fifth overall. After falling to the Waves in close matches, LMU gained momentum against Portland, notching a solid 4-1 victory over the Pilots to advance into the finals of the consolation bracket against San Francisco. Against Portland, the Lions earned two wins on courts one and two to secure the doubles point. April Bisharat and Melissa Valenzuela went 8-3 over Fuchs/Fuchs of Portland while Elisavta Pironkova and Reka Rohonyi defeated Hoath/Pflibsen 8-4. In singles the Lions earned wins from April Bisharat, Reka Rohonyi and Elisaveta Pironkova to earn the overall win. Bisharat shut out Stephanie Fuchs of Portland 6-0, 6-0 to earn a solid singles win. Rohonyi also won handily going 6-2, 6-3 over Tucker. Finally Pironkova battled in a close first set to prevail over Gorence 7-5, 6-2 for the win. On the final day of the tournament, the Lions defeated San Francisco, 5-2, to place fifth overall. The Lions and the Dons battled it out for a full seven-point match, which is rare for a championship tournament format which is structured so that the first team to reach four points wins the match and the other matches that are on the courts are stopped. The Lions started with a convincing win in doubles from April Bisharat and Melissa Valenzuela, who set the stage by defeating Hashuguchi/Duriez of USF 8-0 at the number one doubles spot. Miya Jin and Shauna Morgan then secured the doubles point for the Lions on court three with an 8-5 win over Akerbrant/Gaitan of USF. With these two doubles wins on courts one and three, the Lions took the early lead over the Dons. In singles, April Bisharat once again led the Lions, earning the first singles victory and the second point on the day over the Dons. Bisharat handily defeated Wartenburger 6-0, 6-2 on court one for the victory. Freshman Miya Jin earned a win on court three for the Lions defeating Gratian of USF 6-1, 6-2. The Lions now stood 3-0 over the Dons and were looking for one more point to seal the win. However, USF came back by earning two back-to-back points. LMU’s Melissa Valenzuela fell 6-2, 6-0 on court two before Estelle LaPorte fought off a close second set on court five, but could not hold off Mekpoh and USF earned their second point. The match then came down to courts five and six where Reka Rohonyi and Elisaveta Pironkova battled out long singles sets to try and earn the Lions the win. Both Rohonyi and Pironkova came out with the wins, uniquely finishing simultaneously on their individual courts to run the final score to 5-2 in favor of the Lions. Rohonyi defeated Hashiguchi of USF 6-4, 1-6, 6-2 on court four while Pironkova defeated McMahon 7-5, 7-5. In the end, the Pepperdine women’s tennis team avenged its loss in last year’s West Coast Conference Women’s Tennis Championship with a 4-2 win over San Diego. Saint Mary’s placed third while Santa Clara finished fourth, LMU fifth, San Francisco sixth, followed by Portland seventh and Gonzaga eighth.

Women’s Tennis 2010-11 Honors Head Coach: Jamie Sanchez (36th Season) 8-16 Overall • Fifth Place at WCC Championships

8 Insider Info: • 2010-11 News • 2010-11 REsults • 2010-11 STATs • 2010-11 Roster • 2010-11 Media Guide

April Bisharat...................................................................................First Team All-WCC - Singles ..................................................................................................Second Team All-WCC - Doubles Melissa Valenzuela...................................................................Second Team All-WCC - Doubles

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CHAMPIONSHIPS

2002: First WCC Championship The Loyola Marymount University women’s tennis team claimed its first ever West Coast Conference championship with a 4-2 upset over top seed Pepperdine at the 2002 WCC Championships. LMU defeated San Diego in the first round of the Championships before advancing to play Pepperdine by way of a victory over Santa Clara. The Lions found themselves in a tough position early in the match as they lost a hard-fought doubles point. Andrea Lord and Angelina Zdorovytska paired to take the number one doubles match 8-1 over Charlotte Vernaz and Veronica Koksova. However, the Waves responded with 8-6 wins in both number two and number three doubles. After Pepperdine took a 1-0 lead with the doubles point, the Lions had to take four of the six single points for the championship. And they did. First Zdorovytska would claim the Lions’ first point of the day with a 6-4, 6-2 win over Aklsandra Kujawska in number four singles. Freshman Georgina Dinham then earned the Lions’ second point with a 6-2, 6-4 straight set win over Anna Anderson at number six singles to give the LMU a 2-1 lead in the match. Pepperdine tied the match at 2-2 when Penka Fileva fell to Monika Horvath at number three singles 6-3, 3-6, 6-4. With the match tied, both the number one and number two single matches would go into the third set. Both Edit Pakay at the number one singles and Lord at number two singles found themselves down one set to start their matches. However, both responded to tie the matches and one set each to establish a dramatic finish. Pakay, who won the second set in a tiebreaker, responded for a 6-2 win in the third to put the Lions one point from the championship.

8 Insider Info: • 2002 News • 2002 REsults • 2002 STATs

As she has done all season, Lord would complete the Lions first title run with a 7-5 win in both the second and third set. “We were talking about making history all week,” said Sanchez. “It was the kind of stuff coaches talk about all the time in these situations, but it worked and we won. This team really learned a lot from the last time we played Pepperdine and I knew if we competed all the way through we could win.”

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HALL OF FAME

Kristi Anderson

Inducted: 2003 Graduated: 1989 Career Highlights: • Two-time LMU Scholar Athlete of the Year (1988 and 1989) • Held best single-season winning percentage in program history at time of induction (.792 in 1986) • Held most career doubles wins at time of induction (74) • Ranked in the top-10 in six LMU career categories and three of the single-season categories at time of induction

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HALL OF FAME

Debbie Delgado

Inducted: 1994 Graduated: 1985 Career Highlights: • Helped the 1982 LMU squad to a No. 12 National Ranking • Compiled the best winning percentage in program history at .696 • Finished in fourth place at the #2 singles position at 1982 DII National Championship • Finished in seventh place at the #2 doubles position at 1982 DII National Championship • Named to the Division II All-American Team

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HALL OF FAME

Edit Pakay

Inducted: 2011 Graduated: 2003 Career Highlights: • Two-sport athlete in tennis and cross country • Named 2002 LMU Female Athlete of the Year • Two-time first team All-WCC selection in singles • Twice named honorable mention All-WCC in doubles play • Guided LMU to the 2002 WCC Tennis Championship • Won the 2001 WCC Cross Country Individual Championship

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HALL OF FAME

Carolyn Patridge

Inducted: 1991 Graduated: 1980 Career Highlights: • Four-year letterwinner with an overall record of 104-57 • Won her singles bracket giving her an automatic entry into the 1980 Division II National Championships • Was the only representative of LMU at the DII National Championships • WIth a victory at the 1980 Championships, secured a #20 National Ranking for the Lions

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HALL OF FAME

Jamie Sanchez

Inducted: 1991 Graduated: 1980 Career Highlights: • Four-year letterwinner in men’s tennis • Member of the LMU Hall of Fame 1969 National Champion Loyola football team • Started the LMU women’s tennis program and has served as head coach since inception • Three-time WCC Coach of the Year

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TENNIS History

Historical Highlights/Awards 1975 The first women’s tennis team started as a club team consisting of eight players, before being given a varsity letter from the Athletic Director for their year of participation. First Players in LMU Women’s Tennis History: Judy Willsmore, Barbara Donnelly, Mary Donnelly, Marilyn Becker, Donna Mascari, Margi Lieb, Judy Magee, Marilyn Lauermann 1975-1976 • First women’s LMU Athletic Scholarship ever given in the sport of tennis to Lynn Scott. • LMU earns it’s first Conference Championship as part of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference in Division V. This was a first for any women’s team in the history of the LMU Athletic Department. LMU Women’s First Tennis Dynasty: 1975-76 SCIAC Champions (10-0) 1976-77 CCAC Champions (10-0) 1977-78 CCAC Champions (8-2) 2001 • Head Coach Jamie Sanchez earns WCC Coach of the Year for the first time in his career. • The Lions were represented in the Individual NCAA Playoffs with the doubles duo of Andrea Lord and Angelina Zdorovytska. 2002 • LMU wins first West Coast Conference Title. • The 59th-ranked Lions head to the NCAA Regionals where they fall to Washington in the first round of the NCAA Championships. • 14-11 overall, 7-1 WCC (best ever) • Head Coach Jamie Sanchez earns WCC Coach of the Year honors for the second straight year. 2006 • The 65th-Nationally Ranked Lions finish second in the WCC (Finished at No. 11 in the West Region). • Sophomore Pavla Mesterova finished 72nd in the nation in singles, while Mesterova and partner Robyn Baker earned a final national ranking of 52nd in doubles. • Mesterova was ranked 18th in singles in the West Region, while the doubles pair earned the 11th spot. • Head Coach Jamie Sanchez earns WCC Coach of the Year honors for the third time in career.

2007 • Ended the season in a tie for third in the WCC. • The Lions rank 62nd in the final FILA Collegiate Tennis Rankings administered by the ITA. • Pavla Mesterova earns WCC Player of the Year honors while finishing 60th as an individual. LMU Athlete of the Year 2005-06 2002-03 2001-02 1993-94

Pavla Mesterova Penka Fileva Edit Pakay Julie Oshiro

LMU Scholar-Athlete of the Year 1988-89 Kris Anderson 1987-88 Kris Anderson LMU Newcomer of the Year 2005-06 Pavla Mesterova WCC Athlete of the Year 2006-07 WCC Coach of the Year 2006 2002 2001 All-WCC 2011 Singles 2011 Doubles 2010 Singles 2009 Singles 2009 Doubles 2008 Singles 2008 Doubles 2007 Singles 2007 Doubles 2006 Singles 2006 Doubles

Pavla Mesterova Jamie Sanchez Jamie Sanchez Jamie Sanchez

April Bisharat (1st) April Bisharat (2nd) Melissa Valenzuela (2nd) Estelle LaPorte (HM) Jane Prinle (HM) Tina Razloznik (2nd) Jasmin Heckel (HM) Elisaveta Pironkova (HM) Razloznik/Morgan (HM) Pironkova/Heckel (HM) Pavla Mesterova (1st) Tina Razloznik (HM) Mesterova/Tanner Pavla Mesterova (1st) Robyn Baker (2nd) Elrien De Villiers (HM) Mesterova/Baker (1st) Fermin/Tanner (HM) Pavla Mesterova (1st) Robyn Baker (2nd) Patrycia Hubl (HM) Sladjana Kos (HM) Maja Sundac (HM) Mesterova/Baker (1st) Ivey/Hubl (2nd)

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2005 Singles 2005 Doubles 2004 Singles 2004 Doubles 2003 Singles 2003 Doubles 2002 Singles 2002 Doubles 2001 Singles 2001 Doubles 1997 Singles WCC All-Academic 2010 2009 2008 2007 2003 2002 2001 2000 1998 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991

Carla Arguelles (1st) Serena Fermin (HM) Kimi Kaloi (HM) Tanner/Kaloi (HM) Carla Arguelles (1st) Serena Fermin (HM) Patrycia Hubl (HM) Robyn Baker (HM) Kaloi/Arguelles (1st) Baker/Baker (HM) Penka Fileva (1st) Edit Pakay (1st) Patrycia Hubl (HM) Diana Vinis (HM) Fileva/Hubl (1st) Pakay/Vinis (HM) Andrea Lord (1st) Edit Pakay (1st) Penka Fileva (HM) Angelina Zdorovytska (HM) Lord/Zdorovytska (HM) Hladik/Pakay (HM) Penka Fileva (1st) Andrea Lord (HM) Angelina Zdorovytska (HM) Lord/Zdorovytska (HM) Mara Colaizi (1st) Jane Pringle Jane Pringle Pavla Mesterova Tamara Tanner Pavla Mesterova Penka Fileva Penka Fileva Julie Hladik Penka Fileva Penka Fileva Lia Bunker Anna Zaricki Anna Zaricki Lara Labetich Lara Labetich Lara Labetich Alane Soares Lynn Stogner

National Scholar-Athletes 2009 Audrey Bulkley Maria Garcia-Planas Albert Jasmin Heckel Bliss Nixon Jane Pringle

2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990

Tina Razloznik Maria Garcia-Planas Albert Pavla Mesterova Bliss Nixon Shawnell Russell Audra Silman Tamara Tanner Robyn Baker Serena Fermin Maria Garcia-Planas Albert Pavla Mesterova Shawnell Russell Serena Fermin Patrycia Hubl Pavla Mesterova Shawnell Russell Carla Arguelles Serena Fermin Diana Vinis Robyn Baker Serena Fermin Penka Fileva Diana Vinis Edit Pakay Penka Fileva Julie Hladik Edit Pakay Milica Cukulic Penka Fileva Julie Hladik Velana Kassab Penka Fileva Lia Bunker Lia Bunker Janina Kisic Anna Zaricki Lia Bunker Anna Zaricki Lia Bunker Janie Soubliere Anna Zaricki Lara Labetich Lara Labetich Lara Labetich Alane Soares Jennifer Knotts Lara Labetich Lynn Stogner Doreen Delgado Heide Hentschell Lynn Stogner

TENNIS History

All-Time Roster A Trisha Abe Mary Alessandra Lee Amitai Kelly Ammerman Tina Amstutz Ashley Anderson Cheryl Anderson Kristi Anderson Carla Arguelles

1994 1981-83 1999 2006-07 1987-88 2010 1986 1986-89 2004-05 B

Jennifer Baker Robyn Baker Suzanne Bantz Karen Baum Claudia Baumann Carolyn Becker Marilynn Becker Kim Billner April Bisharat Melinda Boyd Shauna Brozek Lori Buchanan Audrey Bulkley Lia Bunker Julie Butler

2003-04 2003-07 1979-80 1981-82 1993 1976-78 1976-78 1991 2010 1981 1991-92 1987 2007-09 1995-98 1988

Lisa Filpi Maura Flanagan Kim Florez Donna Freed Holli Freudenberg

1993-94 1982 1990-92 1979 1998-01

G Maria Garcia-Planas Albert Alison Gatto Mary Gillespie Maureen Gillespie Laura Gross Cristi Gonzalez Alicia Gowey Christina Grasset Julie Gray Nicole Gurash

2006-09 1996 1976-77 1976-78 1996-99 1986-89 1982-83 1985 1981-84 1995

M Judy Magee Donna Mascari Shalita Masih Donde McCament Kelly McMillion Elizabeth Mee Pavla Mesterova Kelly Michaels Anne Miller Gabrielle Miller Jennifer Mitchell Lisa Miyamoto Donna Meyer Jenny Modarelli Michele Montano Shauna Morgan

H Jacque Haas Jasmin Heckel Heide Heintzelman Heide Hentschell Stephanie Hicks Michele Hitch Julie Hladik Teresa Holden Patrycia Hubl

1976-77 1976 1988-90 1986-87 1992-95 1986-87 2005-08 1983-84 1976-77 1999 2000-01 1985-86 1978-80 1985 1987-88 2007-09-10 N

1997-00 2007-09 1978 1990 1983 1988-90 1999-02 1977-80 2002-06

Cheryl Newman Kristi Niles Bliss Nixon Caroline Nothnagel Kacha Novacek

1981 1984-87 2007-09 2007-08 1981-83 O

Amy Okum Julie Oshiro

1990-93 1991-94

Reka Rohonyi Kathy Ross Laura Ruben Barbara Rudolph Shawnell Russell

2010 1982-85 1996-97 1981-82 2005-08

S Jennifer Saberon Beatrice Sagaria-Rossi Erin Sanchez Gerri Schubert Lynn Scott Lisa Shone Audra Silman Alane Soares Janie Soubliere Katie Stanton Ingrid Stephenson Jori Stinar Lynn Stogner Maja Sundac

1993-95 1999-02 2002-04 1978-81 1976-77 1982 2006-08 1992 1995 1977 1980-81 1987-90 1988-91 2005-06

T Tamara Tanner Natalie Tejada Kirsten Thorstenson Lisa Tobuck

C Michele Carnes Mara Colaizzi Vicki Cordova Milica Cukulic

V 1985 1995-98 1992-93 1998-01

I Erin Ivey

P 2003-07

J Miya Jin

2010

D Nancy Davis Debbie Delgado Denise Delgado Doreen Delgado Andrea Denish Georgina Dinham Debbie Disbro Lisa Donabedian Mary Donnelly

1978-80 1982-85 1986-89 1988-90 1987-88 2002-03 1987 1981-84 1975 E

Danielle Elliott

1996-97 F

Serena Fermin Penka Fileva

2003-08 2006-08 1989 1976

2003-07 2000-03

K Kimi Kaloi Velana Kassab Janina Kisic Jenny Knotts Sladjana Kos

2004-05 1999-01 1997-98 1989-92 2005-06

Edit Pakay Brahna Pastorini Carolyn Patridge Terry Pearsall Robyn Peot Wendy Peterson Elisaveta Pironkova Jessica Placencia Jane Pringle

2000-03 1998-99 1977-80 1975 1994 1994-95 2009-10 2002 2009

Jill Quartararo 1995-98 1991-94 1980 1983-84 2009-10 1975 2001-02 2006-07

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2010 1983-84 2003-05 W

Tina Welsh Judy Willsmore Sue Wise

1982 1976-78 1978-81 Y

Angela Young

1991-94

Z Anna Zaricki Angelina Zdorovytska Annette Zenone Suzie Zerbel

1995-97 2000-02 1983 1979

Q 1988

L Amy Labetich Lara Labetich Cindy Lambert Mary Beth Lambert Estelle LaPorte Marilyn Lauermann Andrea Lord Vanessa Lunardi

Melissa Valenzuela Norma Veal Diana Vinis

R Adriana Radinovic Angela Rask Tina Razloznik Claudia Razzeto Mary Reidinger Peggy Reilly Michelle Rizza

2010 1995-96 2007-09 2010 1976 1977-80 1978-80

The All-Time Roster is a work in progress. Please contact Tyler Geivett at tgeivett@lmu. edu if you have additions or changes.

TENNIS History

Women’s Tennis Records CAREER RECORDS Singles Victories Player 1. Julie Oshiro 2. Penka Fileva 3. Mara Colaizzi 4t. Pavla Mesterova 4t. Amy Labetich 6. Kris Anderson 7. Andrea Lord 8. Patrycia Hubl 9t. Denise Delgado 9t. Lia Bunker

Years Records 1991-94 86-45 2000-03 85-57 1995-98 78-66 2005-08 75-28 1995-98 75-58 1986-89 73-44 2000-02 70-33 2002-06 68-50 1986-89 67-49 1995-98 67-70

Singles Winning Percentage min. 30 matches Player Years Record Pct. 1. Pavla Mesterova 2005-08 75-28 .728 2. Denise Delgado 1983-85 32-14 .696 3. Andrea Lord 1999-01 70-33 .680 4. Julie Oshiro 1991-94 86-45 .656 5. Erin Ivey 2003-05 24-13 .649 6. Patrycia Hubl 2002-05 56-31 .644 7. Kristi Niles 1984-87 61-36 .629 8. Kris Anderson 1986-89 73-44 .624 9. Edit Pakay 1999-03 63-41 .605 10. Penka Fileva 2000-03 85-57 .599 Doubles Victories - Team Players Years Record 1. Anderson-Gonzales 1986-89 57-28 2. Colaizzi-Zaricki 1995-97 47-34 3t. Lord-Zdorovytska 2000-02 30-17 3t. Okum-Oshiro 1991-93 30-17 5. Debbie Delgado-Ross 1983-85 29-17 6. Bunker-A. Labetich 1995-97 26-21 7. McMillion-Oshiro 1994 23-10 8. Knotts-L. Labetich 1991-92 22-17 9t. Florez-Young 1991-92 20-10 9t. McMillion-Young 1992-94 20-27 Doubles Winning Percentage - Team min. 20 matches Players Years Record Pct. 1. McMillion-Oshiro 1994 23-10 .697 2. Florez-Stinar 1990 15-7 .682 3. Dn. Delgado-Stinar 1989 19-9 .679 4. Anderson-Gonzales 1 986-89 57-28 .671 5t. Florez-Young 1991-92 20-10 .667 5t. Denise Delgado-Mee 1986-87 16-8 .667 7t. Lord-Zdorovytska 2000-02 30-17 .638 7t. Okum-Oshiro 1991-92 30-17 .638 9. Deb. Delgado-Ross 1983-85 29-17 .630 10. Colaizzi-McMillion 1995 13-8 .619

Doubles Victories - Individual Player Years Record 1. Kris Anderson 1986-89 74-37 2. Julie Oshiro 1991-94 70-40 3. Mara Colaizzi 1995-98 66-60 4. Kelly McMillion 1992-95 64-50 5. Cristi Gonzales 1986-89 63-39 6t Jori Stinar 1987-90 62-34 6t. Penka Fileva 2000-03 62-47 6t. Lia Bunker 1995-98 62-61 9. Anna Zaricki 1995-97 61-42 10. Pavla Mesterova 2005-08 58-37

Doubles Victories - Team Players Year Record 1. Colaizzi-Zaricki 1996 25-13 2. McMillion-Oshiro 1994 23-10 3. Anderson-Gonzales 1989 22-11 4. Florez-Young 1991 20-10 5t. Mesterova/Tanner 2008 19-11 5t. Denise Delgado-Stinar 1989 19-9 7t. Lord-Zdorovytska 2002 18-10 7t. Colaizzi-Zaricki 1997 18-17 9. Knotts-L. Labetich 1991 17-12 10. Anderson-Gonzales 1987 16-8

Doubles Winning Percentage - Ind. min. 30 matches Player Years Record Pct. 1. Norma Veal 1983-84 26-9 .743 2. Kris Anderson 1986-89 74-37 .667 3. Jori Stinar 1987-90 62-34 .646 4t. Julie Oshiro 1991-94 70-40 .636 4t. Liz Mee 1986-87 28-16 .636 6. Kim Florez 1990-92 40-24 .625 7. Andrea Lord 2000-02 46-28 .622 8. Debbie Delgado 1983-85 31-19 .620 9. Cristi Gonzalez 1986-89 63-39 .618 10. Angelina Zdorovytska 2000-02 43-27 .614

Doubles Winning Percentage - Team min. 15 matches Players Year Record Pct. 1. Debbie Delgado-Ross 1985 14-3 .824 2. Okum-Oshiro 1991 12-3 .800 3. Dinham-Baker 2003 12-5 .705 4. McMillion-Oshiro 1994 23-10 .697 5. Florez-Stinar 1990 15-7 .682 6. Denise Delgado-Stinar 1989 19-9 .679 7t. Anderson-Gonzales 1989 22-11 .667 7t. Florez-Young 1991 20-10 .667 7t. Anderson-Gonzales 1987 16-8 .667 7t. Anderson-Gonzales 1988 10-5 .667

SEASON RECORDS Singles Victories Player 1. Andrea Lord 2. Julie Oshiro 3t. Mara Colaizzi 3t. Julie Oshiro 5t. Pavla Mesterova 5t. Cristi Gonzales 5t. Amy Labetich 8t. Lia Bunker 8t. Edit Pakay 10t. Pavla Mesterova 10t. Anna Zaricki 10t. Laura Gross

Doubles Victories - Individual Player Year Record 1t. Mara Colaizzi 1996 25-13 1t. Anna Zaricki 1996 25-13 3. Julie Oshiro 1994 24-11 4. Kelly McMillion 1994 23-10 5t. Kelly McMillion 1995 21-12 5t. Amy Labetich 1995 21-14 7. Pavla Mesterova 2007 20-10 8t. Pavla Mesterova 2008 19-11 8t. Tamara Tanner 2008 19-11 8t. Edit Pakay 1999 19-14 8t. Pavla Mesterova 2006 19-16

Year Record 2000 31-12 1994 30-8 1995 28-9 1991 28-9 2007 27-6 1989 27-9 1995 27-14 1995 26-12 2003 26-17 2006 25-10 1995 25-12 1996 25-15

Singles Winning Percentage min. 20 matches Player Year Record Pct. 1. Pavla Mesterova 2007 27-6 .818 2. Kris Anderson 1986 19-5 .792 3. Julie Oshiro 1994 30-8 .789 4t. Julie Oshiro 1991 28-9 .757 4t. Mara Colaizzi 1995 28-9 .757 6. Cristi Gonzales 1989 27-9 .750 7. Pavla Mesterova 2006 25-10 .714 8. Denise Delgado 1987 24-10 .706 9. Andrea Lord 2002 23-10 .697 10. Lia Bunker 1995 26-12 .684

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Doubles Winning Percentage–Ind. min. 15 matches Player Year Record Pct. 1t. Debbie Delgado 1985 14-3 .823 1t. Kathy Ross 1985 14-3 .823 3. Kristi Niles 1984 14-4 .777 4. Norma Veal 1984 13-4 .764 5. Kim Florez 1991 17-6 .739 6. Angela Young 1991 16-6 .727 7. Norma Veal 1983 13-5 .722 8. Kim Florez 1990 18-7 .720 9. Kelly McMillion 1994 23-10 .696 10. Julie Oshiro 1994 24-11 .685

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS Year W L Pct. 1976 13 6 .684 1977 12 12 .500 1978 14 11 .560 1979 11 12 .478 1980 9 13 .409 1981 13 10 .565 1982 8 14 .364 1983 10 11 .476 1984 11 11 .500 1985 7 10 .412 1986 12 12 .500 1987 No Results 1988 11 11 .500 1989 15 13 .536 1990 11 15 .423 1991 17 9 .654 1992 9 15 .375 1993 13 12 .520 1994 6 14 .300 1995 22 10 .688 1996 12 12 .500 1997 13 12 .520 1998 10 15 .400 1999 10 18 .357 2000 15 9 .625 2001 12 10 .545 2002 14 11 .560 2003 12 10 .545 2004 11 12 .478 2005 11 13 .458 2006 12 14 .462 2007 11 12 .478 2008 11 14 .440 2009 10 12 .455 2010 4 20 .167 2011 8 17 .320 Totals 400 432 .481 Record Book is at Division I level only.

WCC

4th 4th 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 2nd 1st 3rd 3rd 3rd 2nd 3rd 5th 5th 8th 5th

TENNIS History

Women’s Tennis Year-by-Year 1977 (12-12) at UC Riverside at UC Riverside Whittier UC Riverside Cal Poly Pomona CS Dominguez Hills Redlands at Whittier at Cal State Northridge at Biola at Cal Lutheran Cal State Northridge Westmont at Cal State LA at Cal State LA at CS Dominguez Hills at Cal Poly Pomona at Redlands at UNLV at UNLV Westmont Cal Lutheran at Long Beach State at Cal State Fullerton

W, 6-3 W, 5-2 W, 7-2 W, 6-3 L, 2-7 L, 4-5 W, 6-3 W, 6-3 W, 5-4 W, 9-0 W, 2-0 W, 5-4 W, 7-2 L, 1-8 L, 2-6 L, 2-7 L, 1-8 L, 3-6 L, 0-9 L, 0-9 L, 3-6 W, 6-3 L, 1-8 L, 2-7

1978 (14-11) at UC Irvine L, 0-9 at Cal State LA L, 3-6 at Cal State Fullerton L, 2-7 Redlands W, 8-1 Cal Lutheran W, 9-0 Biola L, 4-5 Westmont (1) W, 8-1 UNLV (1) L, 3-6 Grand Canyon (1) W, 5-4 at Whittier W, 6-3 at Nevada L, 3-6 Montana State (2) W, 5-4 Montana (2) W, 8-1 Hawai’i L, 1-8 Cal State Fullerton L, 4-5 CS Dominguez Hills W, 8-1 at Cal State Northridge L, 3-6 Ambassador W, 8-1 UNLV L, 3-6 at Westmont W, 9-0 Ambassador W, 7-2 at UC Riverside W, 6-3 Cal Poly Pomona L, 2-7 at CS Dominguez Hills W, 6-3 Cal Lutheran W, 8-1 (1) UNLV Tournament, Las Vegas, NV (2) at Nevada, Reno, NV

1979 (11-12)* UC Irvine L, 0-9 Cal State Northridge L, 3-6 Whittier W, 6-3 Point Loma Nazarene W, 6-3 Biola L, 3-6 at UC Riverside W, 5-4 Weber State (1) W, 8-1 Grand Canyon (1) L, 4-5 Northern Arizona (1) L, 4-5 UNLV (1) L, 0-9 Westmont (1) W, 6-3 at CS Dominguez Hills W, 9-0 Cal State Fullerton L, 1-8 Cal Lutheran L, 4-5 at Whittier W, 7-2 UC Riverside W, 6-3 CS Dominguez Hills W, 5-0 Cal State Bakersfield (2) L, 0-9 Nevada (2) L, 2-7 San Francisco (2) L, 4-5 at Cal State Fullerton L, 2-7 Westmont W, 6-3 Point Loma W, 7-2 (1) UNLV Tournament, Las Vegas, NV (2) Cal State Bakersfield Tournament * Results Incomplete 1980 (9-13)

at Hawai’i L, 0-9 at Hawai’i L, 0-9 at BYU-Hawai’i W, 5-1 at Cal State Northridge L, 1-8 at UC Irvine L, 1-8 at Whittier W, 9-0 Claremont W, 7-2 at Claremont W, 9-0 Westmont W, 7-2 at Cal Lutheran W, 8-1 at Point Loma Nazarene W, 9-0 New Mexico (1) L, 1-8 UNLV (1) L, 2-7 Wisconsin (1) W, 5-4 US International (1) L, 2-7 at Biola L, 0-9 Oregon W, 5-4 Montana State L, 4-5 Minnesota (2) L, 0-6 UNLV L, 1-8 Cal State Northridge L, 1-8 Washington L, 0-9 (1) UNLV Tournament, Las Vegas, NV (2) at CS Northridge, Northridge, CA

1981 (13-10) UC Irvine L, 0-9 at Cal State Northridge L, 1-8 Cal Lutheran W, 9-0 Biola W, 6-3 at Cal State Bakersfield L, 1-8 UNLV (1) W, 6-3 CS Dominguez Hills (1) W, 7-2 Dominican College (1) W, 9-0 Point Loma Nazarene W, 8-1 Notre Dame L, 2-7 Ohio State L, 0-9 Westmont W, 6-3 Hawai’i L, 1-8 at CS Dominguez Hills W, 7-2 Cal State Bakersfield L, 4-5 at Westmont W, 8-1 at Point Loma Nazarene W, 5-4 Cal Poly Pomona L, 0-9 CS Dominguez Hills W, 7-2 UC Riverside W, 8-1 Cal State Northridge L, 1-8 Biola L, 3-6 at UC Riverside W, 6-3 (1) UNLV Tournament, Las Vegas, NV 1982 (8-14) at San Diego State UC San Diego Utah at Whittier at UC Irvine at Pepperdine Pacific Cal State Northridge at San Diego at Cal State LA at Cal Poly Pomona at Cal State Bakersfield Hawai’i Air Force CS Dominguez Hills Westmont Nevada Cal State Bakersfield Cal State LA Biola Biola at Cal State Northridge

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L, 0-9 L, 0-9 L, 1-8 W, 9-0 L, 1-8 L, 0-9 L, 3-6 L, 1-7 L, 2-7 W, 5-4 L, 3-6 L, 1-5 L, 1-5 W, 4-0 W, 9-0 W, 5-4 W, 5-3 L, 4-5 L, 4-5 W, 8-1 W, 9-0 L, 1-8

1983 (10-11) at Pepperdine UC Irvine UC Riverside at Hawai’i at BYU-Hawai’i at Hawai’i at Hawai’i at CS Dominguez Hills at Cal State LA at Cal State Northridge Cal State LA Biola at Westmont Northern Colorado at Cal State LA Long Beach State at San Diego at Cal Poly SLO Denver Hawai’i at Long Beach State

L, 0-9 L, 1-8 W, 8-1 L, 0-8 W, 7-0 L, 0-9 L, 1-8 W, 9-0 W, 9-0 L, 2-7 W, 8-1 W, 6-3 W, 5-4 L, 4-5 W, 9-0 L, 3-6 L, 1-7 W, 6-3 W, 7-2 L, 2-7 L, 0-9

1984 (11-11) at Pepperdine at UC Santa Barbara at UC Irvine Santa Clara Cal State Fullerton Cal Poly SLO at Cal Poly Pomona US International Pacific Long Beach State at Biola Oklahoma at Cal State LA Notre Dame Montana State Cal Poly Pomona at Cal State Fullerton UC Irvine at San Diego at Cal Poly SLO Denver at Long Beach State

L, 1-8 L, 0-9 L, 2-7 W, 5-4 W, 5-4 W, 8-1 W, 8-1 L, 1-8 L, 3-6 L, 4-5 W, 8-1 L, 2-7 W, 8-1 L, 3-6 W, 8-1 W, 7-2 W, 5-4 L, 4-5 L, 3-6 W, 5-4 W, 7-2 L, 4-5

1985 (7-10) at UC Irvine L, 1-8 at Cal State LA W, 5-4 at UC Santa Barbara L, 1-8 at Westmont L, 4-5 Long Beach State L, 2-7 at Biola W, 8-1 at Occidental W, 6-3 Cal State LA L, 4-5 at UC San Diego L, 2-7 Biola W, 6-3 Puget Sound (1) L, 2-7 Boise State (1) W, 6-3 San Francisco State (1) W, 6-3 Nevada (1) L, 2-7 Montana State W, 6-3 Pacific L, 3-6 at San Diego L, 3-6 (1) Nevada Tournament, Reno, NV 1986 (12-12) at Hawai’i at Hawai’i UC Irvine Cal State Bakersfield Hawai’i at Long Beach State Regis College at Westmont at Biola Western Michigan UNLV San Jose State Santa Clara Brown Maryland Montana State Fordham at UC Irvine at Saint Mary’s at Nevada Westmont Cal State Fullerton Pacific at Long Beach State

L, 4-5 W, 5-4 L, 1-8 L, 3-6 L, 0-9 L, 1-8 W, 9-0 L, 4-5 W, 9-0 L, 1-8 W, 8-1 L, 3-6 W, 6-3 W, 5-4 L, 3-6 W, 7-2 W, 7-2 L, 1-8 W, 9-0 W, 7-2 W, 6-3 W, 8-1 L, 1-8 L, 3-6

1987 Results Not Available

1988 (11-11) at Hawai’i L, 4-5 at Hawai’i Pacific L, 0-9 at BYU-Hawai’i W, 8-1 UNLV (1) W, 5-4 Nevada (1) W, 8-1 Weber State (1) L, 2-7 at USC L, 0-9 at US International L, 1-8 Westmont W, 9-0 UC Irvine L, 2-7 at Occidental W, 7-2 at Long Beach State L, 2-7 Cal State Bakersfield W, 6-3 at San Diego L, 1-8 Cal State Fullerton W, 6-3 at Cal State LA W, 6-3 at Westmont W, 7-2 at Cal Poly SLO L, 2-7 at Santa Clara W, 6-3 at Biola W, 9-0 at Pepperdine L, 1-8 at Cal State Fullerton L, 2-7 (1) UNLV Tournament, Las Vegas, NV 1989 (15-13) New Mexico State (1) W, 6-3 Texas-El Paso (1) W, 9-0 UC Irvine L, 4-5 UC Santa Barbara L, 1-8 Long Beach State W, 8-1 at US International L, 1-7 Nevada (2) W, 6-0 UNLV (2) W, 5-4 Westmont W, 9-0 at Cal State LA W, 9-0 BYU-Hawai’i W, 6-3 at Cal State Bakersfield W, 7-2 at USC L, 0-9 Cal State LA W, 8-1 Furman W, 7-2 Pennsylvania L, 4-5 Northern Illinois W, 5-4 Temple L, 4-5 Washington State W, 7-2 Iowa State L, 4-5 at Pepperdine L, 1-8 Pacific L, 3-6 Texas-El Paso L, 4-5 at UC Irvine L, 1-5 Cal State Fullerton L, 1-5 at UC Santa Barbara L, 0-9 at Long Beach State W, 7-2 Cal Poly Pomona W, 7-1 (1) UTEP Tournament, El Paso, TX (2) UNLV Tournament, Las Vegas, NV

1990 (11-15) at UC Santa Barbara L, 0-9 at Christ College W, 9-0 at Pepperdine L, 1-8 at UC Irvine L, 2-7 Cal State Bakersfield L, 4-5 Pomona Pitzer W, 7-2 Occidental W, 7-2 at Point Loma Nazarene W, 6-3 Long Beach State W, 8-1 at Occidental W, 8-1 Cal State LA L, 4-5 Point Loma Nazarene W, 8-1 Biola W, 9-0 at Westmont W, 9-0 Pennsylvania L, 3-6 Temple L, 2-7 Baylor L, 2-7 Cal State Fullerton L, 3-6 Oregon W, 5-4 UNLV (1) L, 1-8 Georgia Tech (1) L, 0-6 at Long Beach State W, 5-4 Brown L, 2-7 UC Santa Barbara L, 2-7 UC Irvine L, 0-9 Hawai’i L, 4-5 (1) UNLV Tournament, Las Vegas, NV 1991 (17-9) Texas-El Paso (1) W, 8-1 New Mexico State (1) W, 8-1 Trinity (1) W, 5-4 at Chaminade W, 9-0 at Hawai’i L, 3-6 at UC Santa Barbara L, 1-8 UC Irvine L, 3-6 at Pepperdine L, 2-7 at USC L, 2-7 at Pomona Pitzer W, 6-3 Point Loma Nazarene W, 6-3 Westmont W, 7-2 at Long Beach State W, 5-4 Occidental W, 7-2 San Jose State W, 9-0 Pennsylvania W, 6-3 Cal State Fullerton (2) L, 3-6 Texas Tech (2) W, 5-4 UNLV (2) L, 1-5 Oregon W, 6-3 Colorado W, 7-2 at Arizona State L, 1-8 at Arizona L, 0-9 at Cal State Bakersfield W, 6-3 Long Beach State W, 6-2 Cal State Northridge W, 7-2 (1) Sun Bowl Invitational, El Paso, TX (2) UNLV Invitational, Las Vegas, NV

1992 (9-15) at UCLA L, 0-9 at USC L, 0-9 at Pepperdine L, 0-9 at San Diego State L, 0-9 at San Diego L, 0-9 Long Beach State L, 4-5 Cal State Fullerton W, 8-1 Western Michigan L, 2-7 Pennsylvania L, 1-8 Yale W, 6-3 at Cal State Northridge W, 7-2 Princeton L, 4-5 Utah State W, 9-0 Drake (1) L, 2-5 Cal State Northridge (1) W, 5-4 Texas-El Paso (1) W, 5-0 Cal State Northridge W, 6-3 UC Santa Barbara L, 1-8 at UC Irvine L, 3-6 at Arizona State L, 0-9 at Santa Clara W, 9-0 at Pacific L, 0-9 at UC Davis L, 4-5 at Long Beach State W, 5-4 (1) CS Fullerton Classic, Fullerton, CA 1993 (13-12) at USC L, 0-9 at San Diego State L, 0-9 UC Irvine L, 2-7 at UC Santa Barbara L, 2-7 at Cal State Northridge L, 4-5 at San Diego L, 3-6 at Cal State Fullerton W, 8-0 Long Beach State W, 7-2 at Biola W, 9-0 Pennsylvania L, 4-5 at Westmont W, 8-0 Princeton W, 6-3 Weber State (1) W, 5-4 Cal State Northridge (1) L, 1-5 Cal State Fullerton (1) W, 5-4 Oregon W, 5-2 Nevada L, 2-7 Brown W, 5-4 BYU-Hawai’i W, 5-4 San Francisco (2) W, 7-1 at Chaminade W, 6-0 Pacific L, 0-6 at Long Beach State W, 5-1 Hawai’i L, 1-7 at Pepperdine L, 1-8 (1) CS Fullerton Classic, Fullerton, CA (2) at Univ. of Hawai’i, Honolulu, HI

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1994 (6-14) at UCLA Washington State at San Diego State Cal State Fullerton at San Diego Long Beach State Cal State Northridge at UC Irvine Western Michigan Pennsylvania at Long Beach State Princeton Yale at Pepperdine Oregon Saint Mary’s Brown at Cal State Northridge UC Santa Barbara Hawai’i

L, 0-9 L, 2-7 L, 0-9 W, 7-2 L, 0-9 W, 8-1 L, 4-5 L, 4-5 L, 2-7 L, 2-7 W, 6-3 L, 3-6 W, 5-4 L, 3-6 W, 5-4 L, 3-6 L, 2-7 W, 7-2 L, 2-7 L, 3-6

1995 (22-10) at Hawai’i-Pacific W, 9-0 at Chaminade W, 9-0 at Hawai’i L, 4-5 at UCLA L, 1-8 Utah L, 3-6 Cal State Los Angeles W, 9-0 Southern Cal College W, 7-2 UC Irvine W, 7-2 at Long Beach State W, 9-0 Point Loma Nazarene W, 8-1 Pomona Pitzer W, 7-2 at Cal Poly SLO W, 5-4 Cal State Northridge (1) W, 5-1 Saint Mary’s (1) W, 6-0 Pennsylvania L, 3-5 Chapman W, 8-0 at UC Santa Barbara L, 3-6 at Cal State Fullerton W, 7-1 VCU L, 3-6 Colorado State W, 9-0 Santa Clara W, 7-2 Oregon W, 7-2 Westmont W, 7-2 Brown W, 6-3 Southern Colorado W, 9-0 Long Beach State W, 8-1 San Diego L, 1-8 at San Diego State L, 0-9 Pepperdine L, 0-9 Portland (2) W, 8-1 San Diego (2) L, 0-9 Santa Clara (2) W, 6-3 (1) at San Luis Obispo, CA (2) WCC Champs. at San Diego, CA

1996 (12-12) at UCLA L, 1-7 at Saint Mary’s W, 7-0 at California L, 1-8 Cal State Fullerton W, 6-3 at San Diego State L, 2-7 at USC L, 1-8 Cal Poly SLO (1) W, 5-2 San Francisco (1) W, 7-2 at Long Beach State W, 6-3 Western Michigan L, 3-6 at Saint Mary’s W, 8-1 at Santa Clara W, 9-0 at San Jose State W, 9-0 Yale L, 4-5 UC Santa Barbara L, 4-5 Brown L, 4-5 at UC Irvine W, 9-0 Long Beach State W, 5-4 Fresno State L, 2-7 at San Diego L, 3-6 at Pepperdine L, 3-6 Santa Clara (2) W, 8-1 San Diego (2) L, 2-7 Saint Mary’s (2) W, 5-4 (1) Cal Poly SLO Tournament (2) WCC Champs. at Moraga, CA 1997 (13-12) at Hawai’i-Hilo W, 7-0 at Hawai’i W, 6-0 at Stanford L, 0-9 at California L, 0-9 at Pepperdine L, 0-8 at USC L, 1-8 Nevada (1) L, 1-6 Cal Poly SLO (1) W, 6-3 Portland (1) W, 5-1 Long Beach State W, 5-4 at UCLA L, 0-9 UC Irvine W, 9-0 Pennsylvania L, 4-5 Cornell W, 5-4 Illinois-Chicago W, 6-3 Brown L, 1-8 at UC Santa Barbara W, 5-4 at San Diego State L, 0-9 Santa Clara (2) W, 7-1 at San Diego (2) L, 4-5 Saint Mary’s (2) W, 5-4 at Cal State Fullerton W, 8-0 at Long Beach State W, 5-4 at Fresno State L, 0-6 Pepperdine L, 0-9 (1) Cal Poly SLO Tournament (2) WCC Champs. at San Diego, CA

1998 (10-15) Cal Poly SLO L, 4-5 at UC Irvine W, 5-4 at UCLA L, 0-7 Cal State Northridge L, 3-6 at Washington L, 0-9 vs. Nevada L, 4-5 Cal State Fullerton W, 7-2 at Arizona State L, 0-9 Portland W, 7-2 VCU L, 4-5 Oregon W, 5-2 Syracuse L, 3-6 Illinois-Chicago W, 5-4 Boise State (1) L, 3-6 Southern Mississippi (1) L, 3-6 UC Santa Barbara (1) W, 6-0 Santa Clara W, 6-3 at Long Beach State L, 3-6 at Pepperdine L, 0-9 San Diego State L, 0-9 at Cal State Northridge L, 3-6 UC Santa Barbara W, 7-2 Santa Clara (2) W, 7-2 San Diego (2) L, 2-7 Portland (2) W, 5-4 (1) Boise State Tour., Boise, ID (2) WCC Tournament at Malibu, CA 1999 (10-18) at Hawaii W, 5-4 vs. Hawaii Pacific W, 8-1 at UCLA L, 0-9 at USC L, 0-9 Westmont W, 7-2 at Cal State Northridge W, 7-2 Washington L, 0-9 at UC Santa Barbara L, 0-6 UC Irvine L, 3-6 vs. Oregon L, 0-6 at San Diego L, 1-6 vs. Furman L, 0-6 at New Mexico L, 2-7 at UTEP L, 1-8 vs. Tennessee Tech. L, 2-7 Virginia Commonwealth L, 3-6 Penn State L, 1-8 Yale L, 0-9 Cornell L, 3-6 vs. Portland W, 5-2 Claremont Mudd W, 6-3 Long Beach State W, 6-3 at Fresno State L, 0-9 Pepperdine L, 0-9 at Cal State Fullerton W, 5-4 vs. Gonzaga (1) W, 8-1 vs. San Diego (1) L, 0-9 vs. Santa Clara (1) W, 9-0 (1) WCC Champs. at Santa Clara, CA

2000 (15-9) No. 68 University of Pacific W, 5-4 at No.10 USC L, 8-1 * Saint Mary’s W, 8-0 UC Santa Barbara W, 6-3 at San Diego State L, 8-1 at No.14 UCLA L, 8-1 at No.58 UC Irvine L, 8-1 at San Jose State W, 6-3 * at San Francisco W, 9-0 * at Santa Clara W, 6-3 Richmond L, 6-3 * at No.5 Pepperdine L, 9-0 Weber State W, 6-3 at Long Beach State W, 5-4 Princeton L, 5-4 Depaul W, 9-0 Stanford L, 9-0 Brown W, 7-2 Boise State W, 5-4 vs. Saint Mary’s(1) W, 9-0 vs. San Diego(1) L, 5-4 vs. Santa Clara(1) W, 6-3 Cal State Fullerton W, 9-0 Cal State Northridge W, 7-2 (1) WCC Champs. at Santa Clara, CA 2001 (12-10) at Hawaii L, 3-4 at Hawaii-Hilo W, -1 at Hawaii Pacific W, 7-0 at No.29 San Diego State L, 1-6 at No. 62 San Diego L, 3-4 at Cal Poly W, 4-3 vs. No. 51 Oregon W, 4-3 at No. 75 CS Northridge W, 6-1 No. 60 Florida State L, 3-4 No. 37 Virginia Comm. L, 2-5 Dartmouth W, 7-0 at No. 27 UCLA L, 1-6 at No. 18 USC L, 0-7 Brown W, 5-2 UC Riverside W, 7-0 at Cal State Fullerton W, 6-1 Saint Mary’s W, 5-2 No. 21 Pepperdine L, 2-5 No. 56 Long Beach State L, 2-5 vs. Gonzaga (1) W, 7-0 vs. No. 39 San Diego (1) W, 4-2 vs. No. 19 Pepperdine (1) L, 1-4 (1) WCC Champs. at Santa Clara, CA

2002 (14-11) at No.16 UCLA L, 0-7 UC Riverside W, 7-0 Cal State Fullerton W, 7-0 No.65 Oregon L, 3-4 vs. No.33 Mississippi L, 0-7 Cal State Northridge W, 6-1 at No.7 USC L, 2-5 No.12 California L, 2-5 at No.54 UNLV L, 2-5 No.75 Eastern Michigan W, 5-2 UC Irvine W, 5-2 at Fresno State L, 0-7 UC Santa Barbara W, 6-1 at No.52 Long Beach State L, 2-5 Princeton W, 5-2 San Diego* W, 6-1 Saint Mary’s* W, 6-1 Santa Clara* W, 6-1 Portland* W, 5-2 at San Diego State L, 1-6 at No.32 Pepperdine8 L, 1-6 vs. San Diego (1) W, 6-1 at Santa Clara (1) W, 6-1 vs. No.32 Pepperdine (1) W, 4-2 vs. No.23 Washington (2) L, 4-0 (1) WCC Championships (2) NCAA Tournament • Round 1 2003 (12-10) at San Diego L, 5-2 at CS Northridge L, 6-1 at No. 72 UC Irvine W, 4-3 Long Beach State L, 6-1 at No. 9 UCLA L, 7-0 vs. No. 65 New Mexico (1) L, 4-1 vs. Northern Arizona (1) L, 4-3 at Santa Clara W, 5-2 at Saint Mary’s W, 7-0 vs. Portland W, 6-1 Gonzaga W, 7-0 San Francisco W, 7-0 Princeton W, 4-3 at No. 30 San Diego St. L, 6-1 Brown L, 4-3 No. 54 Pepperdine W, 4-3 No. 33 Oregon W, 4-3 vs. Saint Mary’s (2) W, 5-2 vs. No. 69 San Diego (2) L, 4-2 Sacramento State W, 5-2 (1) UNLV Invitational - Las Vegas, NV (2) WCC Championships - Malibu, CA

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2004 (11-12) at No. 11 UCLA L, 7-0 at CSLA tournament Won 11 of 12 at CSLA Tournament Won 11 of 14 at CSLA Tournament Won 5 of 6 at No. 14 William & Mary L, 7-0 at Temple W, 5-2 No. 1 Stanford L, 6-0 No. 61 UC Irvine CNCLD Cal State Fullerton W, 7-0 Furman L, 4-3 at No. 14 Fresno State L, 6-1 No. 5 North Carolina L, 6-1 Marquette W, 5-2 at No. 62 Long Beach St L, 4-3 No. 9 California L, 6-1 Princeton W, 4-3 at No. 68 San Diego St W, 4-3 at No. 9 USC L, 7-0 Santa Clara W, 7-0 No. 48 Sacramento St. L, 4-3 Brown W, 6-1 Saint Mary’s W, 7-0 Cal State Northridge W, 7-0 UC Santa Barbara CNCLD at No. 37 Pepperdine L, 7-0 vs. Portland (1) W, 4-0 vs.No. 53San Diego (1) L, 4-1 vs. SCU (1) W, 4-0 (1) WCC Championships 2005 (11-13) No. 4 UCLA L, 6-1 No. 62 Pacific L, 5-2 No. 39 Arizona L, 4-3 No. 51 San Diego L, 6-1 Cal State Fullerton W, 4-3 No. 74 Cal Poly L, 6-1 No. 35 Pepperdine L, 5-2 No. 68 San Diego State L, 5-2 San Francisco W, 6-0 Saint Mary’s W, 6-1 No. 75 Santa Clara W, 5-2 No. 67 Long Beach State L, 4-3 UC Irvine L, 5-2 Central Florida L, 4-3 Syracuse W, 6-1 No. 58 Colorado W, 5-2 Hawai’i W, 5-2 Brown L, 4-3 UC Santa Barbara W, 4-3 No. 55 Fresno State L, 6-1 No. 32 Sacramento State L, 8-4 Cal State Northridge W, 4-3 San Francisco (1) W, 4-1 San Diego (1) L, 4-3 Saint Mary’s (1) W, 4-2 (1) WCC Champs. in San Diego, CA

2006 (12-14) at No. 12 UCLA L, 7-0 at San Diego State L, 5-2 at Long Beach State L, 6-1 vs. Cal State Fullerton W, 6-1 vs. No. 68 UC Irvine L, 4-0 vs. Hawai’i W, 6-1 vs. No. 52 Boston College W, 4-3 at No. 70 Sacramento State L, 4-3 vs. Eastern Tennessee State L, 4-2 at No. 42 Nebraska L, 4-0 at No. 8 Pepperdine L, 7-0 vs. Cornell University W, 5-2 vs. No. 47 San Diego L, 4-3 vs. UC Santa Barbara W, 5-2 vs. Saint Mary’s W, 5-2 vs. Florida International L, 6-1 at No. 21 Fresno State L, 6-1 vs. No. 44 Oregon W, 4-3 vs. Cal State Northridge W, 4-3 Santa Clara (1) W, 4-1 No. 56 San Diego (1) W, 4-2 No. 13 Pepperdine (1) L, 4-0 2007 (11-12) at Cal State Fullerton W, 4-1 at No. 70 UC Santa Barbara W, 4-3 vs. No. 19 Pepperdine L, 6-1 at No. 60 San Diego W, 4-3 at No. 15 UCLA CNCLD at Cal Poly L, 4-3 vs. No. 15 UCLA L, 6-1 at Saint Mary’s L, 5-2 at San Francisco W, 4-3 at Santa Clara W, 5-1 at San Jose State W, 7-0 at No. 6 Cal L, 6-1 vs. Southern Mississippi L, 4-3 vs. San Diego State W, 4-3 vs. No. 57 Nevada L, 4-3 vs. Pacific W, 7-0 vs. No. 46 Sacramento State L, 4-3 vs. No. 44 Long Beach State W, 4-3 vs. Hawai’i W, 7-0 at No. 37 UC Irvine L, 4-3 at No. 12 Fresno State L, 7-0 at Cal State Northridge L, 6-1 vs. Portland (1) W, 4-2 vs. Saint Mary’s (1) L, 4-1 (1) WCC Championsips

2008 (11-14) No. 8 Southern California L, 6-1 No. 46 University of Tulsa L, 6-1 No. 59 Oklahoma State University L , 4-0 No. 50 San Diego State L, 5-2 No. 57 Sacramento State L, 4-3 No. 8 UCLA L, 7-0 No. 68 Cal Poly L, 4-3 Texas-San Antonio W, 6-0 No. 36 UC Irvine L, 5-2 Eastern Michigan W, 4-3 San Francisco W, 4-3 University of Hawai’i W 6-1 No. 27 Pepperdine L, 7-0 No. 45 Saint Mary’s College W, 4-3 Yale W, 4-3 No. 61 University of Nebraska L, 6-1 Cal State Fullerton W, 7-0 San Diego L, 4-3 Cal State Northridge W, 6-1 UC Santa Barbara W, 5-2 No. 37 Long Beach State L, 6-1 No. 17 Fresno State L, 6-1 San Francisco (1) L, 4-3 Gonzaga (1) W, 6-0 Santa Clara (1) W, 7-0 (1) WCC Championships 2009 (10-12)

San Diego Cal Poly UC Santa Barbara Pepperdine UCLA Louisiana Lafayette San Francisco Cal State Fullerton San Diego State Memphis Columbia Cornell Louisville Gonzaga Saint Mary’s Portland Cal State Northridge UC Irvine Long Beach State San Francisco(1) Gonzaga(1) Portland(1) (1) WCC Championships

L, 7-0 L, 6-1 L, 5-2 L, 5-2 L, 6-1 W, 4-3 L, 4-3 W, 7-0 L, 4-3 W, 4-3 W, 5-2 W, 6-1 L, 4-3 W, 6-1 L, 7-0 W, 6-1 W, 4-3 L, 7-0 L, 6-1 L, 4-2 W, 4-2 W, 4-2

2010 (4-20) Santa Clara University L, 4-3 University of Hawaii W, 4-3 UC Irvine L, 7-0 Cal Poly Slo L, 5-2 at UCLA L, 7-0 University of Michigan L, 7-0 Eastern Michigan L, 4-3 at San Diego State University L, 6-1 University of Minnesota W, 4-3 Wyoming L, 7-0 Utah L ,7-0 New Mexico State University W, 4-3 UC Santa Barbara L, 6-1 Saint Mary’s L, 6-1 University of Arizona L, 6-1 University of San Francisco L, 6-1 at Pepperdine University L, 7-0 Cal State Fullerton W, 6-1 University of San Diego L, 6-1 University of Portland L, 4-3 at Long Beach State L, 7-0 Saint Mary’s (1) L, 4-0 University of San Francisco (1) L, 4-0 Gonzaga (1) L, 4-3 (1) WCC Championships 2011 (8-17) University of Nevada-Reno at UCLA vs. Arizona vs. Long Beach State at Cal Poly vs. UC Riverside at Cal State Fullerton at San Jose State at Santa Clara at Hawaii-Pacific at University of Hawai’i vs. Georgetown at Saint Mary’s vs. Columbia vs. University of Louisville vs. New Mexico State vs. San Diego State vs. Pepperdine at San Diego at UC Irvine at Cal State Northridge at UC Santa Barbara Pepperdine (1) Portland (1) San Francisco (1) (1) WCC Championships

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Inside LMU...

INSIDE LMU.......................................................................37

Right Place. Right Time........................................................38

View to a Promising Future (Admissions/Majors)..................39

A Solid Foundation (Campus Ministry)..................................40

THE LION EXPERIENCE......................................................41

Giving Back - Community Service.........................................42

Academics - A Helping Hand...............................................43

Prepared for Tomorrow - Graduation...................................44

BUILDING CHAMPIONS.....................................................45

History of Champions..........................................................46

LMU at 100 - A Centennial Celebration................................47

Lion Leadership - Staff.........................................................48

A Hub of Activity - Athletic Training.....................................49

Strengthening Champions...................................................50

ATHLETIC FACILITIES.........................................................51

Chad & Ginni Dreier Strength & Conditioning Center...........51

The Lions Athletic Center.....................................................52

LMU Tennis Center...............................................................53

Where the Lions Play...........................................................54

FEEL THE ROAR.................................................................55

LMU Spirit & GameDay

FOLLOWING THE LIONS....................................................56

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LMU Multimedia

WHERE THE LIONS LIVE....................................................57

Los Angeles and Southern California

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aybe that we’re the only Catholic University in Los Angeles and one of the world’s renowned Jesuit institutions, a group that includes 28 universities in the United States and over 100 schools worldwide. Or, maybe, it is that Loyola Marymount University has been called a Hidden Gem by the Washington Post and ranked among the Best in the West by U.S. News & World Report. Or that our serene campus, overlooking Marina del Rey, offers one of the most exhilarating academic locations anywhere. Or that our five colleges, all connected to Los Angeles, enable students to make current contacts in technology, business, politics, art, music, and naturally, the entertainment industry. Yet there’s something more to consider. If you’re looking for a place to acquire facts and skills that will help you get along in the world, you have many choices. But if you’re looking for a place where there is more, a place that strives for the education of the whole person, LMU may be the place for you. At LMU, we inspire you to take ideas apart and learn how they fit together. You’ll test your limits, forge enduring friendships, promote justice and become a contributing citizen of the world. Our curriculum is broad and deep. Our pace is demanding. Our expectations are high. Our plans are ambitious. And for 100 years we have been looking for curious, accomplished, enterprising, visionary students to make this their right time and their right place.

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he Chronicle of Higher Education notes that at Jesuit institutions, this precept “translates into a large amount of individual attention from faculty members and accessibility to high-level administrators, including the president.” At LMU, students don’t simply benefit from cura personalis; they practice it, too, carrying out the Jesuit ideal of “men and women for others.” The Marymount sisters contribute a history of educating women and teaching through the arts, with a deliberately international perspective that encourages respect for all cultures. LMU brings these gifts together in seven colleges: • Business Administration • Communications and Fine Arts • Film and Television • Liberal Arts • Science and Engineering • School of Education • Loyola Law School

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A SOLID FOUNDATION. University Mission AND Identity

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oyola Marymount’s Mission and Goals Statement, approved by the Board of Trustees in 1990, succinctly states in its preamble the university’s three-fold mission:

* The encouragement of learning * The education of the whole person * The service of faith and the promotion of justice These often quoted phrases are at the heart of the campus community’s communal self-understanding. When unpacked, they tell us much about LMU’s identity as a Catholic, Jesuit/Marymount university.

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THE LION EXPERIENCE.

DEVELOPING THE WHOLE PERSON

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MU is about the whole person and when it comes to providing friends and mentors to be a part of that mission, you won’t find a university surpassing LMU. The campus population comes from all 50 states and 70 countries. Better still, LMU offers the opportunity for students to hone their skills and help them find like-minded colleagues for life. More than 3,200 students live in 19 residence halls and apartments on campus. There are over 140 active clubs and organizations and a Greek community with 15 local chapters. Our students volunteer more than 175,000 service hours a year with 350 community organizations.

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THE LION EXPERIENCE. giving back

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MU’s mission of developing the whole person is stated in mission statements, in student manuals and in websites. For the LMU women’s tennis program, it’s part of every day. From camps and clinics, beach cleanups and LMU S.A.A.C. programs, community service is a yearlong initiative.

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a helping hand.

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oyola Marymount University is dedicated to the education and development of the whole person, the pursuit of academic excellence, advancement of scholarship, the service of faith, and the promotion of justice. As a Catholic institution, the University takes its fundamental inspiration from the Jesuit and Marymount traditions of its founding religious orders. Loyola Marymount University seeks to foster in each member of its community respect for the dignity of the individual, a devotion to intellectual and spiritual life, an appreciation for diversity, and a thirst for justice in all endeavors. Loyola Marymount University strives to send forth “men and women for others,” to lead and to serve. Students who choose LMU for higher learning receive a world-class education on a campus known for its athletic excellence. The LMU Athletics Department is committed to assisting student-athletes achieve their full potential both academically and athletically. The Student-Athlete Services staff supports all student-athletes in their academic and personal development. The staff provides guidance to each LMU student-athlete in their transition from high school student to college student-athlete. According to the 2010 NCAA Graduation Rate, the LMU Athletics Department posted a rate of 89 percent for all student-athletes who exhausted their eligibility and a rate of 84 percent for those student-athletes who received athletics aid. a Click here for more on Student-Athlete Services

student-athlete services staff:

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matt casaNa Asst. AD for Academic Performance mcasana@lmu.edu

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Sherilyn Frazier Asst. Dir. of Academic Services sherilyn.frazier@lmu.edu

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MU has a proud reputation of academic excellence among its student-athletes. According to the 2010 NCAA Graduation Rate, the LMU Athletics Department posted a rate of 89 percent for all student-athletes who exhausted their eligibility and a rate of 84 percent for those student-athletes who received athletics aid. Listed are some examples from 2010-11 of the academic excellence LMU student-athletes epitomize: • 221 National Scholar-Athletes • 58 conference All-Academic Recipients • 3 CoSIDA District VIII All-Academic Recipients • 1 CoSIDA Academic All-American • 1 NCAA Post Graduate Scholarship • 1 PCSC Scholar-Athlete of the Year • 7 Student-Affairs Leadership Awards • 3 LMU Presidential Citation Recipients • 3 Program Scholars of the Year GRADUATION RATES In the latest release by the NCAA, LMU’s GSR (Graduation Success Rate) is one of the best, not only in the West Coast Conference, but in the nation. The LMU men’s basketball team posted a GSR (for the 2003 cohort) of 87, second in the West Coast Conference. As

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a whole, the Lions posted a GSR of 89 and a Federal Graduaton Rate of 81, which is higher than the national student-athlete rates and the graduation rate of the general student body. The Rates: LMU Student-Athlete GSR........................... 87% NCAA Student-Athlete GSR......................... 79% National Federal Student GSR .................... 63% LMU Student-Athlete Federal Rate............. 79% All Student-Athlete Federal Rate................ 64% Distinctions • Ranked fourth in “Best Universities with Master’s Programs in the West” U.S. News & World Report, 2010 • Included in “The Best 371 Colleges: 2010 Edition” Princeton Review, 2010 • Part-time M.B.A. program ranked “12th best in the United States” U.S. News & World Report, 2009 • Undergraduate entrepreneurship program ranked “20th in the United States” Princeton Review/Entrepreneur magazine, 2009 • Named among “Top 100 Colleges for Hispanics” The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education, 2009

Building champions. athletics’ mission statement

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he mission of the department is to provide an environment for student-athlete development that supports the pursuit of the highest level of success athletically and academically for the growth of the whole person in the tradition of the Jesuit and Marymount ideals. The purpose of the Intercollegiate Athletics Program at Loyola Marymount University is to support the overall mission, goals and objectives of the University by complimenting its primary academic pursuits with championship sports programs. Additionally, Loyola Marymount University Athletics supports “Pursuing Victory with Honor.”

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history of champions.

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rom the very beginning, LMU has established a history of champions. In the 1930s it was three straight ice hockey championships. In the 1940s the legendary Pete Newell played for the Lions and the rivalry with Pepperdine (1941) began. The 1950s saw Bob Boyd win the NCAA title in the 100-yard dash. The 1960s saw the Lions win their first basketball championship, and one of their first Olympians, rower Hugh Miller Foley (1964). In the 1970s, Loyola and Marymount colleges merged and saw women’s sports begin their dominate history, including a pair of tennis championships (1977, 78). LMU then exploded in the 1980s with more individual national champions (Therese Kozlowki in cross country) and more Olympians (Paul Sunderland men’s volleyball gold medal in 1984). The decade also included LMU’s trip to the College World Series (1986) and two women’s rowing Varsity Four National Titles (1981, 89). The 1990s started with one of the most memorable moments in sports history with the men’s basketball run to the NCAA Elite Eight in the 1989-90 season. Women’s volleyball became the first program to win three straight WCC titles (1994, 95, 96), thanks in part to Olympian and All-American Sarah Noriega. Baseball would end the 1990s with three straight titles, the final coming in 2000. Then came the past decade, as the Lions won more titles (36) than the previous 70 years combined and yet another Gold Medal (Reid Priddy 2008 men’s volleyball). Leading the way were the men and women’s water polo programs, winning a combined 16 titles in 11 years. The current decade includes men’s water polo winning its fourth straight title and men’s soccer claiming their first in 2010.

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a centennial celebration.

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t is a common and accepted practice for institutions of higher education in the United States to date their founding to the day and year when the first instruction was offered. LMU began when the Society of Jesus opened the high school division of their newly founded Los Angeles College on September 11, 1911 with 80 boys of high school age. It changed names three times by the time it became Loyola University of Los Angeles in 1930 on a third site (our present Westchester campus). With the merger of Loyola University and Marymount College in 1973 the name changed again. Loyola Marymount University’s centennial will begin with commencement in 2011 and conclude with Commencement in 2012, naming graduates of both classes as “Centennial Classes.” The Centennial celebration at Loyola Marymount University, LMUat100, kicked

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off with the 2011 Commencement ceremonies and will continue through May 2012. LMU Athletics will celebrate along with the University with a full list of special events, frequent online features and Centennial games for each of its NCAA Division I programs. The events for athletics started with the record-setting LionsFund Golf Classic and Dinner Auction in May, and with the start of the fall 2011 sports season, the LMUat100 Celebration will be a busy one. The Lions will honor LMUat100 with a Centennial game for each of its programs, starting with men’s water polo against rival Pepperdine on Saturday, Sept. 10 at 12 noon. Each game will feature special promotions and features that sport, its history at LMU, and the student-athletes and coaches who have made it a rich part of LMU’s history.

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n 2011-2012, Loyola Marymount University will celebrate its Centennial, bringing to a close its first 100 years on the bluff. Within the athletic department, the last 14 years of that history has been led by Dr. William S. Husak, who was hired as Director of Intercollegiate Athletics in 1998. Those 14 years just happen to be the most prolific as Husak leads the Lions into a new century that will be as focused as ever on his mission of winning championships, achieving success in the classroom through graduating all student-athletes in four years and helping them grow as individuals as they move on to the next stages of their life. Since 1998, LMU has seen its most overall success in school history as the Lions have won over 58 percent of its dual competitions in that span and claimed 30 of its overall 43 conference championships (among sports currently sponsored by LMU within NCAA Division I competition) and 39 of its 61 NCAA postseason appearances. Off the field, the Lions continue to rank among the best in the West Coast Conference and in the west in the NCAA’s APR and Graduation Rate, and in 2010-11, a record 225 student-athletes claimed the National Academic Honors. Husak attributes the success that has come on the field and classroom to the commitment to athletics from the University as a whole and people within it. And for Husak it is all about the people. He has been committed to developing a family of coaches, support staff and administrators who believe that LMU’s athletics program can be among the elite in the nation. His tenure has been marked by enhancing the support of the athletic teams through: • Staff: Growth of head coaches from 9 to 19 in 10 years • Facilities: $35 million in enhancements since 2000 • Operational: LionsFund support at record high • Endowments: Scholarships tops among WCC Husak is quick to acknowledge the success of athletics is due to a University committed to its programs. Leading this direction was the formation of the Athletic Director’s Council. For more on the direction of LMU Athletics: • Building Champions - Capital Campaign • LionsFund • Athletic Director’s Council • Development - Endowments a Click here for full bio on Dr. husak

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A HUB OF ACTIVITY.

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he busiest place per square foot on the campus of Loyola Marymount University is not what one would think. It is not LMU’s oncampus commons area, the Lair, University Hall or the LMU bookstore. It is the LMU Athletics Training Room. Right around 1,000-square feet, the LMU training room at any given moment in season is what Assistant Athletics Director of Athletic Medicine Keith Ellison calls “organized and controlled chaos.” On a given day, the Athletics Training Room will see about half of the 450 student-athletes at LMU. A given day will include lots of paperwork, therapy for studentathletes recovering from injuries that keep them out of competition, appointments with doctors and pre- and post-practice needs. With more than 50 years of experience in the field, the Training Program provides services that include a philosophy that places a high value on health and wellness, a program that allows injured student-athletes to return to their sport as soon as medically safe and to substantially reduce the risk of athletic injury for those student-athletes.

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The Training Room at LMU features state-of-the-art equipment in a 1,000-square foot athletic medicine complex. The equipment includes whirlpools, paraffin bath, ultrasound, muscle stimulation and hydrocollators. a Click here for more on LMu athletic medicine

Keith EllIson Joe gonzalez Asst. AD-Athletics Medicine Asst. Athletic Trainer (310) 338-2874 (310) 338-2764

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steven Cortez Asst. Athletic Trainer (310) 338-5220

COLlEEN DUFF Asst. Athletic Trainer (310) 338-2340

strengthening champions. lmu strength & conditioning

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he strength and conditioning program at Loyola Marymount University is an essential component of the Athletic department’s quest for Building Champions. Leading the way in helping to develop the strength and conditioning program to one of the best is the brand new Chad and Ginni Dreier Strength & Conditioning Center within the Lions Athletic Center. The new state-of-the-art Center puts the Lions at a whole new level. LMU Strength and Conditioning Mission Statement “The LMU Strength and Conditioning Department will help all studentathletes reach their full athletic potential by developing all aspects of their physical and mental fitness. The ten recognized physical skills to be developed are Cardiovascular and Respiratory Endurance, Stamina, Strength, Flexibility, Power, Speed, Coordination, Agility, Balance, and Accuracy. We will develop these skills by using the following methods: Olympic lifting, strength lifting, body weight calisthenics, plyometrics, medicine ball throws, agility work, speed work, stretching, tumbling routines, metabolic conditioning, and CrossFit workouts. LMU’s facility and program reflect the total fitness philosophy of the Lion Strength & Conditioning staff.”

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GEno del ROSARIO Interim Head Strength Coach (310) 338-5796

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NICK LONGO Assistant Strength Coach (310) 338-7690

DREW ROSSI Assistant Strength Coach (310) 338-7690

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pening in the Spring of 2011 was the Lions Athletic Center, and within its 16,000 square feet is the crown jewel of weight training facilities, the Chad and Ginni Dreier Strength & Conditioning Center. The new facility will be at the core of Building Champions at LMU. Named in honor of the Chad and Ginni Dreier Familty, the 4,000 square foot facility brings state-of-the-art equipment and space to train the more than 450 LMU student-athletes. The Chad and Ginni Dreier Strength and Conditioning Center includes 12 power lift power racks, 58 pull-up bars, a full set of Iron Grip Dumbbells, brand new bars and bumper plates from Uesaka Barbell, and Infinity Flooring with custom insets with logos.

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he newest addition to the family of facilities that are home to LMU Athletics is the Lions Athletic Center. The 16,000-square foot facility is located between Albert Gersten Pavilion and Sullivan Field, and brings much needed space to the more than 450 studentathletes who participate on one of the 21 varsity athletic teams at LMU. The main piece of the building is the new weight training facility. Named by the Chad and Ginni Dreier Family, the weight room is more than 4,000-square feet and is one of the top training facilities in the West Coast Conference. In addition to the weight room, there are locker room facilities for baseball, softball, women’s soccer and men’s soccer. Also within the building is a pair of executive conference rooms and office space for the strength and conditioning coaches and for 8 Insider Info: the athletic facility operations staff. The ADG Fraternity has • Lions Athletic Center named the larger of the two conference rooms, which over- • LMU Facilities looks Sullivan Field. The building also houses the LMU Ticket • Gersten Pavilion • Directions Office, a new laundry room, and storage facilities.

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THE LMU TENNIS cENTER.

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he Loyola Marymount University Tennis Center has been home to Lion tennis for more than 30 years, and since undergoing reconstruction in 2003, the Tennis Center has become a great place to both watch and play tennis.

The long-awaited sixth tennis court, the critical tournament court for the Loyola Marymount University Tennis Center was finished in December of 2003. The final court gives LMU a full six court facility that is home to one of the top programs on the West Coast. Construction of the sixth court was due to a $50,000 gift from A.G. [BusAdmin ‘72] and Kathleen Kading. The tournament court is named in honor of the Kading’s fathers Morris A. Pivaroff and George P. Kading. “The building of a sixth tennis court is another example of the commitment of the university and its supporters toward building a championship athletics program,” said Athletics Director Bill Husak. “It is a visible example of our efforts to create quality facilities for our student-athletes to practice and compete in and for our fans to cheer them to victory.” Coaches Jamie Sanchez (women’s tennis) and Brad Sceney (men’s tennis) note the importance of this gift for their teams. “We have five courts, the addition of the tournament court is pragmatic because it allows us to have six singles matches competing simultaneously, which enables LMU to host matches and tournaments against top-ranked universities,” said Sanchez. “The Kading family believes that supporting athletics is important for the growth of the university and its long term value,” said Kading. “Athletics will only bring the university prestige based on exposure. It will help with recruiting the most talented student-athletes, but we still have a long way to go.” Gifts given by Erik Doyle [BBA ‘84], a former men’s tennis player, and the Ron Labetich family, parents of two tennis alumni, ensured naming rights to two of the remaining five courts. The final three courts were named late in 2006, with the Dempsey Family Court (court four), the Bodkin Family Court (court five), and the Jamie Sanchez Court (court six) all being unveiled. Improvements are on-going to the facility, as a state-of-the-art scoreboard was installed in the fall of 2006. The board features individual court scoring controlled by seperate wireless remotes. The board also keeps track of the overall match score. It features 15-inch red LED displays that are easily seen from the end of the sixth court. The courts were resurfaced in December of 2006 after LMU hosted the NCAA Men’s Water Polo Championships that year.

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WHERE THE lions play. LMU athletic facilities

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he athletics facilities at Loyola Marymount University have seen a little of everything in the almost 70 years while in its current Westchester location. From the 1984 Olympic games to LMU basketball to the World Cup and everything in between, the LMU athletics facilities have become home to the best and it continues to get better. Thanks to continued commitment by the University, the Athletics Complex over a three-year period will show lots of growth. It started in the summer of 2008 when the University allocated office and meeting space to Lion Athletics within the Dorothy and Thomas E. Leavey Center on the Westchester campus. The Leavey Center is home to 15 of the Lions’ 21 varsity programs in the newly remodeled and modern office complex and it continues today with the opening of the brand new Lions Athletic Center in April of 2011. • • • • • • • • • •

The Leavey Center Gersten Pavilion Lions Athletic Center George Page Stadium Sullivan Field Burns Aquatics Center Smith Field LMU Tennis Center Higgins Short Game Center Jane Brown Bove Boathouse

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feel the roar. lmu spirit

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he mission of LMU as a whole is the development of the whole person, paying attention to the spirit of being a Lion. The center of that spirit is LMU Athletics and specifically the atmosphere of LMU game day. From pregame hosted BBQs at LMU soccer, to chants from the grass knolls at softball to the pregame tailgate parties before LMU basketball games, there is a special buzz on LMU gamedays. And there are many ways to get involved, including involvement in TeamLMU. Check out LMU spirit at its finest. • Origin of the Lion • Fight Song • Heart of a Lion • The Roar • LMU Cheer • Iggy • LMU Pep Band • Tickets • Groups • Jr. Lions Club • Team LMU • Game Day Central/Tailgating • Official Online Store • Summer Camps/Clinics

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following the lions. multimedia

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his 2011-12 season, check out LMU athletics and all 21 programs online through LMULions.com and the Multimedia Page. Log on today for all the latest info on the Lions, including updated schedules, rosters, player bios, and more. Here is how LMU Multimedia brings the Lions right to you: • Lions’ Audio Network The broadcast home of LMU is the Lions’ Audio Network, providing FREE, live audio broadcasts on www. LMULions.com. More than 150 events will be broadcast live and games will be archived within 72 hours of their original airing.

• Lions’ All-Access The official video network of LMU Athletics. Lions’ All-Access will once again bring all non-televisied home games for men’s basketball, women’s basketball and women’s volleyball, while adding men’s and women’s soccer and baseball to the slate in 2011-12. In addition, Lions’ All-Access is home to feature interviews, highlights and more through “Inside the Lions.” The “ITL” is a special look into LMU Athletics and its student-athletes. The show will highlight student-athletes and give an inside look to why LMU is such a special place. • Follow the Lions where ever you might be through:

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• Phone Apps/Live Updates to Your Wireless Get the latest information sent straight to your wireless device with LMU Mobile. Sign-up for this free service today to have scores, headlines and the latest in LMU Athletics at your finger tips whenever you want it. • Interactive Media Guides LMU Athletics now features all of the media guide online, and it isn’t just in PDF. Through ZMags.com, the LMU Athletic Media Guides make reading about the Lions even easier. From bios to every studentathlete to put on a Lion uniform, it can be found through LMU Media Guides online. • Lion Blog LMU is celebrating its Centennial in 2011-12 and we thought this would be a great opportunity for us to create a blog for multiple members of the Athletics Department to share their thoughts and feelings. As the year progresses, look for student-athletes to talk about their experiences. For Dr. William Husak, LMU Athletics Director, to give some thoughts. Look for special thoughts from Iggy. And lots more.

where the lions LIVE. los angeles, california

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Grab your sunscreen and your towel, because LA has more than 50 miles of coastline and 33 public beaches, so you can always find a stretch of sand to snatch and plenty of waves to catch. But don’t forget your appetite, an extra suitcase and a sense of adventure, because LA’s coastal cities are more than just a bunch of pretty places. From the quiet enclaves of Playa del Rey and Marina del Rey just minutes from the LMU campus, to the funky ambience of Venice with its offbeat street performers, each of these waterfront wonders offers its own personality and its own take on dining, shopping, attractions and activities. • Discover Los Angeles The Los Angeles Convention and Visitors Bureau • A Better L.A. is our business Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce • The City of Los Angeles Official web site of the City of Los Angeles • California: Find Yourself Here California Travel & Tourism Commission

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2011-12 Women's Tennis Yearbook