Hermont Legaspi
Hermont Legaspi
Height: 5-7
Weight: 145
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Sacramento, Calif.
High School: Inderkum HS

2019 Season
A second team all-Big Conference selection…posted a 13-7 dual singles record, including a 7-3 record against Big Sky opposition…went 7-2 at No. 2 singles, 3-1 at No. 3, 1-3 at No. 4, and 2-1 at No. 5…won each of his final four, and eight of his last nine singles matches of the season…of his 13 singles wins, 12 came in straight sets…named Big Sky Player of the Week and Sacramento State Student-Athlete of the Week on April 17…each of his final seven matches of the year came at No. 2 in the team’s lineup…in doubles play, he was 7-7 overall, and 5-2 in conference matches…in three seasons thus far, Legaspi has a 35-23 dual singles record, including a 20-11 mark against Big Sky opposition…has more wins than losses at every position in the singles lineup except No. 1…the No. 1 spot is the only position in the ladder he hasn’t played.

2018 Season
Played all 21 of the team’s spring matches in both singles and doubles play…was a team-best 12-9 in dual singles play, including a 6-5 record against Big Sky opposition…played primarily at No. 4 in the team’s lineup where he was 11-6…between Feb. 23 and April 6, Legaspi was 9-2 in singles play…of his 12 singles victories, 10 came in straight sets…played with two doubles partners, appearing in the first seven matches of the year with Bernardo Moraes, and playing the last 14 matches with Louis Chabut…overall, he was 11-10 in doubles play, including 8-3 against Big Sky opposition…was 8-6 at No. 3 with Chabut, and 3-4 with Moraes (3-3 at No. 2, 0-1 at No. 3).

2017 Season

Played in 18 dual singles matches during the spring as a true freshman…posted a 10-7 singles record as one of his matches went unfinished…went 7-3 in conference play…finished the season on a three-game singles winning streak, and won five of his last six matches…played at three different spots in the lineup, including an 0-1 record at No. 4, 4-3 at No. 5, and 6-3 at No. 6…nine of his 10 victories came in straight sets…was leading his match vs. Idaho’s Guilherem Scarpelli at No. 6 in the Big Sky Tournament semifinals before that match was stopped…posted a 5-8 dual doubles record, including 3-4 in league play…played with three different doubles partners,  primarily with Louis Chabut (3-3).

Majoring in computer science.