Jose Luis Lechuga Athlete Profile

Jose Luis Lechuga

Jose Luis Lechuga
Height: 5-8 Weight: 150 Roster Years: 2001-2006 Hometown: Tlanepantla, Mexico

Personal

  • Parents are Jose Luis and Maria
  • Both parents are active tennis players
  • His favorite tennis player is Pete Sampras

Before BYU

  • Ranked the No. 2 junior in Mexico in 2002
  • National Doubles Champion of Mexico in 2002
  • Represented Mexico in the World Youth Cup in Hiroshima, Japan in 2001

Stats

 

Year Singles Doubles
2001-02 2-2 3-0
2002-03 15-14 18-12
2004-05 8-4 19-12
2005-06 27-11 20-13
Career 52-31 60-37


2001-2002 | Freshman Year

  • Played four singles and three doubles matches for the Cougars
  • Posted a 2-2 record in singles playing at the No. 5 and 6 spots
  • Finished season winning all three doubles matches he played in

2002-2003 | Sophomore Year

  • Finished the season with a 15-14 singles record while teaming up with teammates Anton Rudjuk and Alonzo Medina to post an overall doubles record of 18-12

2004-2005 | Junior Year

  • Selected to the All-MWC doubles team with partner Nima Roshan
  • Played No.1 doubles for the Cougars
  • 8-4 overall in singles while going 19-12 in doubles action

2005-2006 | Senior Year

  • Led the Cougars in regular season singles victories with 20, on his way to posting a 20-8 record and an overall 27-11 record
  • Won 11 of his last 12 matches
  • Was 6-1 in conference play, including the MWC Tournament
  • Was 16-10 in regular season doubles competition while playing most of his doubles matches at No. 1 with James Ludlow, where the two went 12-10
  • Selected to compete in the Polo Ralph Lauren All-American Tennis Championships, competing in doubles with long-time partner Nima Roshan
  • Scored BYU's lone point against defending national champion and No. 5 ranked UCLA with a 7-5, 5-7, 1-0 (12-10) victory over Aaron Yovan
  • 2005 Student Athlete Academic Center Scholar Athlete