Carlos Lozano
200 lbs.
Roster Years


  • Parents are Felipe and Rosario
  • Known as "Panda"
  • Favorite food is the food his mother makes

Before BYU

  • Was the four-time state champion of the state of Mexico
  • Won five national championships in doubles as a junior in Mexico



Year Singles Doubles
1999-00 29-12 18-10
2000-01 21-11 26-6
2001-02 16-14 25-8
2002-03 19-12 23-12
Career 85-49 92-36
BYU Hall of Fame

Freshman Year 1999-2000

  • As a freshman, he teamed with Nic Losee for an 18-10 doubles record
  • At one point, he won 10 matches in a row, including a win over a ranked opponent from Stanford
  • Was ranked No. 16 in doubles nationally at the beginning of 2000 winter season
Sophmore Year 2000-2001

  • Ranked No. 28 nationally in doubles with Gert Vilms
  • Went 7-3 in fall tournaments, including a win over the No. 1 seed at ITA All-Americans
  • Went 21-11 in singles, with a 14-8 record in doubles and an 18-4 record in the region
  • Played most of the year at the two spot, going 10-3
  • Went 4-5 at the top spot
  • Finished 25-6 in doubles with Vilms, qualifying for NCAAs
  • Named to Mountain West Conference first team in singles and doubles for second straight year
  • This summer in Beijing, China he won the gold medal at the World University Games in doubles
Junior Year 2001-2002

  • Named to Mexico's Davis Cup team against Peru in September
  • Won doubles with Gert Vilms at the BYU Invitational
  • Pre-season ranked No. 4 in the nation for doubles
  • Finsihed the year going 16-14 in singles play at the one and two spots
  • Competed with Vilms in the NCAA national tournament in doubles
  • Named to Mountain West Conference first team in singles and doubles for third consecutive year
  • Named All-American in doubles with Vilms
Senior Year 2002-2003

Graduate Year

Redshirt Year

Medical Redshirt Year