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Jacob Lagman
Jacob  Lagman


Cebu City, Philippines

High School:
Sacred Heart School - Ateneo de Cebu



MTEN | Gaels Take No. 44 Toreros the Distance in 4-3 Loss

Saint Mary's nearly took down the nationally-ranked Toreros on Senior Day Sunday afternoon.


MTEN | Gaels Host No. 44 San Diego on Senior Day

Saint Mary's will honor its seniors in the season's final home match.


MTEN | Gaels Drop Tough Match at Gonzaga, 4-2

Saint Mary's will host WCC powerhouse San Diego on Sunday, April 22 for its Senior Day.


MTEN | Gaels Fall at Portland in Front End of Road Trip

Saint Mary's will travel to Gonzaga to face the Bulldogs on April 14 at 12 p.m. PDT.


MTEN | Gaels Defeat Pacific in Marathon Match, 4-3

Saint Mary's secured the 4-3 win on Saturday after Matis Bot won his match 7-6, 7-6 on court 4.

AS A SENIOR (2017-18): Won three singles matches during the fall...won one match at the ITA Northwest Regional...won four doubles matches with partner Brian Lee...Defeated No. 44 San Diego opponent on court No. 6 in straight sets on Senior Day... defeated Stanford 8-2 at the Aggie Invitational...defeated Cal 8-6 at Aggie Invitational...went 1-1 at the ITA Northwest Regionals...teamed up with Damon Kesaris for a 7-5 doubles win against BYU...earned his first singles win of the spring against Seattle 6-1, 6-4. 

AS A JUNIOR (2016-17): Played thirteen singles matches during the season and went 4-4 from the No. 6 spot...posted wins in both singles and doubles action at the Aggie Invitational...won three matches and advanced to the semifinals of the UCSB Classic...recorded the team's best winning percentage for doubles play at 6-5...began the spring season with three straight doubles wins...won 6-4 against No. 43 Portland while paired with Brian Lee...had back-to-back 6-1, 6-1 match wins over Army and Northern Colorado.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2015-16): Defeated Brandon Sutter of Stanford, 7-6 (5), 6-4 in his first singles match of the Aggie Invitational...Claimed second place in the Singles "B" Championship at the Tiger Invitational ... Continued to make an impact after a successful first year at Saint Mary's...Competed anywhere between No. 3 to No. 6 for the Gaels...Ended with a 5-9 record in singles play...Won against opponents from Holy Names, Sacramento State, Sonoma State, Eastern Washington and Nevada...Captured two victories at court No. 4, one against Sonoma State and the other against Nevada...Went 5-13 in doubles action, playing on all three courts...Played with five different partners...Had most success with De Luis Lamelas as the pair went 2-1 together.

AS A FRESHMAN (2014-15): Made an immediate impact in his first season in Moraga, winning four matches once he broke into the singles lineup ... Also made a measurable impact as a doubles player, tying for the team lead in doubles wins with eight ... Scored singles wins over players from Sonoma State, BYU, Navy and San Diego ... The win at BYU was perhaps Lagman's best of the year as he outlasted David Ball for a 6-2, 2-6, 7-6 (4) victory at No. 5 ... Was most effective in doubles when partnering with Samuel Bloore, going 4-4 as a pair ... Won his final doubles match of the year, teaming with Bloore to beat BYU's Ball and Aidan Carrazedo 8-5 at the WCC Tournament.

PRIOR TO SAINT MARY'S: A native of Cebu City, Philippines, Jacob Lagman joins the Saint Mary's men's tennis team as a freshman for the 2014 season and brings an impressive international resume with him to Moraga ... Has been ranked No. 1 at the under-10, under-12 and under-14 levels in the Philippines ... Won the Academia Sanchez-Casal Series 2 tournament in Barcelona, Spain at the age of 14 and, in doing so, became the first wild card to ever win the tournament ... Youngest player ever to win the under-18 division of the PCA Open Championships in Manila, winning it at age 14 ... Came through qualifying to finish runner-up in an under-16 tournament in Cape Town, South Africa ... Represented the Philippines in the Junior Davis Cup in both 2010 and 2011 ... Ranked in the men's top 16 in the Philippines when he left for Saint Mary's.

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