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Head coach Mike Saniuk signed Hong Kong native Michelle Lo to a National Letter of Intent for 2014-15.
Courtesy: Omaha Athletics

Lo Signs National Letter of Intent for 2014-15

Courtesy: Omaha Athletics
Release: November 25, 2013
OMAHA, Neb. -- Hong Kong native Michelle Lo has signed a National Letter of Intent to join the Omaha women's tennis program in 2014-15, head coach Mike Saniuk announced Monday.

"Michelle is an amazing person, and we are very excited to add her to our roster for next year," Saniuk said. "She will be an instant leader with her discipline and work ethic, and her experience and success at the ITF level will really help our young team improve."

Lo ranked fifth nationally in doubles and 13th in singles this year, and she finished as a mixed doubles gold medalist and the overall champion at the 2013 Hong Kong Games. Earlier this year, she was also a ladies open singles semifinalist at the Hong Kong National Tennis Championships and was a mixed doubles semifinalist at the SCAA Open Tennis Championships.

In 2010, Lo was a member of the Hong Kong team that played in the World Junior Team Tennis Championships. A year later, she was a member of the national team that went to the Junior Fed Cup and the China Inter-City Games, and she achieved an ITF Junior ranking.

Lo has served as captain of her school's tennis team since 2012. Also an excellent student, she is a three-year winner of the Hong Kong Award for Young People and a member of the 2013 UBS Young Leaders Program.
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