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Victoria Lozano
Year: Senior
Hometown: Guadalajara, Mexico
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Lozano Photos

 

2013-14: Victoria Lozano earned WAC Player of the Year, first-team all-WAC singles, first-team all-WAC doubles, WAC Player of the Month (Oct.) and two WAC Player of the Week (Feb. 3, Mar. 31) honors during the 2013-14 season…went 27-12 in singles, the third most singles wins in a season in program history…played 20 of her 23 spring singles matches at the No. 1 position, going 15-5 at No. 1 and 2-1 at No. 2…reached the semifinals in singles at the WSU invitational and won three matches to reach the round of 16 in singles at the ITA Mountain Regional tournament…went 31-8 in doubles, including 17-4 at the No. 1 position in the spring…reached the round of 16 in doubles at the ITA Mountain Regional tournament.

Spring 2013: Lozano earned first-team All-WAC honors in doubles with partner Almudena Sanz after going 14-5 in doubles matches as a duo, including 7-0 in WAC play, all at the No. 1 spot…she also earned WAC Player of the Week and WAC All-Tournament team honors in the spring of 2013…she went 13-9 in dual-match singles play, including 12-9 at No. 1 and 5-2 in WAC play…she went 16-7 in doubles in the spring overall, playing 19 of 23 matches at No. 1…Lozano began the spring ranked No. 10 in the Mountain Region in doubles play with partner Almudena Sanz.

Fall 2012: Lozano went 3-3 in singles play during the fall of 2012, and went 8-1 in doubles…her only doubles loss came in the round of 16 at the ITA Regional Championships, after her and Almudena Sanz won their round of 64 and 32 matches…she teamed up with Rita Bermudez to win the doubles draw at the WSU Cougar Classic, winning five consecutive matches…she reached the quarterfinals in the singles draw at the WSU Cougar Classic by winning her first two matches.

Spring 2012: Lozano was a first-team all-WAC selection in singles and doubles, earning the doubles honor with partner Almudena Sanz...she was also a WAC all-tournament team selection after going 2-0 at No. 1 singles...for the season, Lozano posted a 19-8 singles record, including an 18-8 mark at No. 1...Lozano won seven consecutive singles matches from Feb. 25 to March 20...she went 3-1 in singles during WAC play...in doubles play she went 18-7, all at the No. 1 position...Lozano went 5-6 in singles vs. regionally ranked opponents, and 0-2 vs. nationally ranked opponents...in doubles she combined to go 5-5 vs. regionally ranked and 2-2 vs. nationally ranked opponents...Lozano earned WAC Player of the Week honors on March 5 for going 3-0 at No. 1 singles and 3-0 at No. 1 doubles, including two singles wins over regionally ranked opponents...her 24 combined wins in 2011-12 tie for eighth in a single season in program history.

Fall 2011: Lozano went 5-5 in singles play in the fall of 2011, and boasted a 9-2 doubles record…she won her first three matches at the Cougar Classic to advance to the semifinals where she fell to the nation’s No. 101 ranked player…she also won her opening round singles match at the ITA Mountain Regional Championships to advance to the round of 64… in doubles action she teamed up with Sophie Vickers and the pair won eight straight doubles matches, including five straight wins to claim the doubles crown at the Eastern Washington Fall Women’s Classic…the two also won their first two doubles matches at the ITA Regional Championships to advance to the round of 16.

Spring 2011: Lozano was a second-team All-WAC selection in both singles and doubles after putting up a 15-10 record at the top two singles spots, and a 17-7 record in No. 1 doubles. Lozano went 12-8 in No. 1  singles and 3-2 in No. 2 singles. She earned the team's Most Valuable Player award at season's end. Lozano was named WAC Player of the Week on March 15 after going 3-0 in both No. 1 singles and No. 1 doubles on the week.

Fall 2010: Victoria went 5-6 in singles and 6-3 in doubles...she went undefeated in doubles with Lauren Simpson at the BSU Jack Taylor Classic, defeating the No. 48 team in the nation...she advanced to the round of 64 at the ITA Regional Tournament in singles action...her and teammate Lauren Simpson advanced all the way to the quarterfinal in doubles action at the ITA  Regional Tournament.

Junior Tennis: Victoria had a ranking as high as 1068 in WTA pro tour singles, 604 in WTA doubles and 357 in ITF international juniors. She was doubles champion of the Managua, Nicaragua Futures tournament, and was a semi-finalist in two other WTA doubles tournaments. She has won five ITF junior tournaments in doubles, and reached the semi-finals in singles in two ITF tournaments. Her uncle (and coach) Jorge Lozano was as high as no. 4 ATP doubles and no. 51 in singles.

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