Head Men's Tennis Coach
Tom Llyod

Tom Lloyd begins his fifth year as LMU men's tennis head coach in 2017-18. Prior to coming to LMU, Lloyd had spent the previous seven years working as an assistant coach with the University of Arizona men's tennis program.

In his inaugural year at LMU, Lloyd guided the Lions to a 14-10 overall mark, including a 9-4 record at home at the LMU Tennis Center. The 14 wins, which were the most since 2006 for LMU, more than tripled the win total from the year prior (4). The Lions went 4-5 in West Coast Conference action, placing tied for fifth. Lloyd also saw the Lions win nine of 10 matches from 3/13 - 4/5, with the only loss coming to #5 UCLA.

The Lions went 13-11 in 2014-15, including 3-6 in the WCC, during Lloyd's second year as head coach. Taking advantage of the home court, the Lions finished 10-3 at the LMU Tennis Center. LMU had a trio of players honored by the WCC at the end of the campaign, with Errol Smith highlighting the group by earning WCC Freshman of the Year. The Freshman of the Year selection was the second for LMU, as Nico Terrien earned the honor in 2004. Charles Boyce was named second team All-WCC singles, while Smith took home honorable mention honors in singles. LMU's doubles pair of Boyce and Cristobal Rivera also earned an honorable mention selection.

Lloyd's 2015-16 Lions finished the year with a 12-10 overall record, including a 5-4 mark in the WCC. The year included a victory over Lloyd's alma mater in Arizona and the first-ever win over UC Santa Barbara, which was ranked #51 in the nation. That victory catapulted the Lions into the national rankings for just the third time in program history, checking in at #68. The Lions would climb as high as #58 in the rankings in April of 2016, marking the highest ranking in program history. Three Lions earned spots on the All-WCC teams at the end of the season, as Cristobal Rivera and Errol Smith found spots on the second team, while Rivera and Charles Boyce were lauded with second-team doubles honors. Rivera would later garner ITA Southwest Region Most Improved Player of the Year.

Lloyd and the Lions went 7-15 overall, including 3-6 in the WCC, over the course of the 2016-17 season. The Lions again posted a victory over Arizona while also registering a victory over BYU in WCC play. Following conclusion of play, both Gabriel Diaz-Freire and Nick Borchenko were honored with All-WCC selections. Diaz-Freire, who went 13-6 overall, earned a spot on the second team, while Borchenko took home honorable mention accolades. The two also earned an All-WCC doubles selection after going 7-2 overall and 6-1 in the WCC. Luke Bohuslav also made history to close the 2016-17 season, becoming the first three-time WCC All-Academic selection in LMU men's tennis history.

Working in one of the best men's tennis conferences in the nation, Lloyd helped the 2010 Arizona squad to a season-high ITA ranking of #17 and the program's first-ever victory over UCLA. That team finished just one win shy of hosting the NCAA Regional, and capped back-to-back NCAA tournament bids in 2009 and 2010. Pushing his athletes both on the court and in the classroom, Lloyd saw his Wildcats post the highest team GPA in three consecutive years stretching from 2007 to 2009 while garnering numerous Academic All-Conference selections.

Prior to Arizona, Lloyd spent two years working as an ATP Tour professional coach for Taylor Dent. Under that title, Lloyd traveled around the world with Dent to tournaments such as the US Open, Wimbledon, Australian Open and Montreal Open, eventually helping Dent to reach a #21 ranking in the world.

Lloyd has also worked as a National Coach with the USTA at the newly-named StubHub Center in Carson, Calif., instructing and coaching top USTA juniors from the ages of 10 to 18 and working directly with Lead National Coach, David Roditi, and Director of Coaching, Jose Higueras.

A standout at Arizona from 2000-2004, Lloyd served as team captain in three of his four seasons as a Wildcat en route to recording 52 singles victories and 33 doubles wins during his career. His best year came as a senior in 2004, when he tallied a 17-12 record in singles competition and an 8-4 mark in doubles play. In 2002, paired with teammate Colin O'Grady, he won the Pac-10 Men's Doubles Invitational Tournament.

A native of Yorba Linda, Calif., Lloyd was a three-time all-league performer at Esperanza High School, and was named to the all-county team as a freshman.

Head Coach- Women's Tennis
Agustin Moreno

Agustin Moreno was named head coach of the women's tennis program on June 28, 2015. He is just the second coach in program history, and the 2017-18 season is his third at LMU.

The 2015-16 season was Moreno's first with the Lions after coming off nine-plus seasons leading South Florida's program, guiding them to a pair of conference championships and six NCAA tournament appearances.

Most recently, Moreno saw his Lions finish 13-9 overall and 5-4 in the WCC during the 2016-17 season. Three different players recorded 19+ victories, including senior Jessica Perez (20-13) and freshmen Siobhan Anderson and Camila Tumosa who went 19-11. Perez, who was named a second-team All-WCC pick in singles, was joined by Elvira Juravliova, Anderson and Anna Romeka as All-WCC honorees.

In his inaugural year, Moreno led LMU to a 9-13 overall record, including a 3-6 mark in the WCC. The Lions earned a pair of honorable mention All-WCC singles selections following the season, as Andrea Crespo and Elvira Juravliova earned the honors.

"I am very excited to be the head coach at LMU," said Moreno, the native of Guadalajara, Mexico, who played in the 1988 Olympics and 1988 French Open. "I think this is a great opportunity. It is a program that should have high expectations of success. As we get started, our goal will be to win a conference title and then as we progress, to go for a national title."

In Moreno's nine seasons at USF, the Bulls amassed a 127-75 dual match record (.628), claimed the 2013 American Athletic Conference Championship, 2007 BIG EAST Championship -- USF's first in the conference in any sport-- and made six NCAA Tournaments. In the 2014 season, the Bulls were undefeated at home and amassed 15 straight wins.

Moreno led 10 players to a total of 16 all-conference (BIG EAST) honors, including two who were named the conference Player of the Year. Moreno was named the league's coach of the year in 2007 as well.

Moreno made the move to South Florida from the University of Georgia, where he served as assistant coach for three years alongside head coach Manuel Diaz. While at Georgia, Moreno helped start the recruiting process of current ATP pro John Isner and he worked with the former Bulldog from 2003-2005.

Moreno was in the national spotlight when he helped Georgia advance to the NCAA Championship Quarterfinals in 2004-05 and concluded the year ranked No. 7 in the final Intercollegiate Tennis Association poll. The roster featured the No. 1 ranked and NCAA Champion doubles tandem and several other nationally ranked singles players.

Prior to Georgia, Moreno spent two seasons as an assistant at Texas Christian University, helping the Horned Frogs to a No. 2 national ranking and a Western Athletic Conference championship. TCU concluded the year 24-4 and advanced to the semifinals of both the ITA National Indoor Championship and NCAA Championship.

Moreno's extensive coaching resume also includes a wealth of international experience guiding women's programs. For five years he served as the head coach of the Mexican Women's Federation Cup Team (1999-2003) and during that time he also mentored Mexico's Women's Continental Cup Team (2001), an 18-and-under squad, and Women's Pan-American Team (2004). The Federation Cup is the women's equivalent of the Davis Cup on the men's side.

Moreno's international experience also includes a stint as an assistant with the Mexican Davis Cup Team. He also directed the Mexican 14-and-under World Youth Cup squad in Japan.

Moreno played one season (1985-86) at Pepperdine, earning a No. 4 national ranking in doubles and helping the Waves to the national indoor title and an appearance in the NCAA Championship title match. Before arriving at Pepperdine, he was ranked No. 1 in the world in doubles as a junior and was the doubles champion at Junior Wimbledon in 1985.

Moreno enjoyed a successful professional career on the ATP tour, which spanned from 1987-1994. He was a doubles semifinalist at the 1988 French Open and also participated in the 1988 Olympics in Seoul, Korea. Moreno was a member of Mexico's Davis Cup Team (1985-94) and owns career singles wins over Thomas Muster and Petr Korda.

A 2002 graduate of Texas Christian University, Moreno earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in International Relations. Moreno is married to the former Beatriz Lomei. The couple have two sons, Agustin and Daniel.