Laura Muñoz-Baroja is a uprising star tennis player from Spain that recently won the gold medal in the Virgen Blanca De Victoria Tournament (renowned tournament in Spain). “Thanks to tennis, they give me a scholarship to study at the University of Texas at San Antonio. I’ve tried hard to get them to accept me, “she confesses before packing her bags and flying to the United States in August.
Munoz-Baroja, comes to the United States with not only a strong tennis resume, but equally an accomplished student. Munoz-Baroja hales from San Sebastián, Spain, where she attended Summa-Aldapta. During a trip to the United State in July, Munoz-Baroja was named the champion of the UTSA Northern Junior Team Tennis Sectional Tournament, only one of her many accomplishments on the tennis court.
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