Anja Dokic
Anja  Dokic

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Perth, Australia

High School:
Servite College

Height:
5-6

Experience:
1L

10/12/2017

Dokic Splits at Mountain Regional

The sophomore split a pair of singles matches to lead Boise State at Salt Lake City.

10/11/2017

Dokic and Poling Win at Regional

Dokic and Poling Lead Broncos on Day One at ITA Mountain Region Championships

10/10/2017

Broncos Ready for ITA Mountain Regional

Five Broncos will represent Boise State at this week's ITA Mountain Region Championships in Salt Lake City.

10/01/2017

Dokic and Poling Win at the All-American

The Boise State doubles team recorded a victory over a team from Rice to lead the Broncos on the day.

09/30/2017

Nosek and Kuljanin Win in Spokane

Boise State competed in two tournaments on Saturday with Nosek and Kuljanin leading the way.

04/27/2017

Boise State at MW Championship

Boise State women's tennis took on New Mexico in the opening round of the 2017 Mountain West Championship

04/23/2017

Women's Tennis vs College of Idaho

Boise State women's tennis defeated College of Idaho 7-0, April 23, 2017.

04/09/2017

Boise State at New Mexico

Boise State women's tennis played at New Mexico April 9, 2017.

03/31/2017

Boise State vs Colorado State

Boise State women's tennis defeated Colorado State 5-2, March 31, 2017, at the Appleton Tennis Center.

03/05/2017

Women's Tennis vs Oregon

Boise State women's tennis hosted Oregon March 5, 2017.

2017 All-Mountain West (Singles)
2017 No. 13 ITA-Mountain Region (Singles)


FRESHMAN (2017):
All-Mountain West singles . . . joined the team in January . . . highest ranked freshman in the year-end ITA Mountain Region rankings at No. 13 . . . first Bronco to earn national singles ranking since 2013, reaching No. 87 for the highest Bronco since 2010 . . . led the team in wins as as freshman, going 14-4 on the season in dual competions . . . finished the year on a 7-2 run . . . had a 4-2 singles record in Mountain West play . . . played in the No. 1 singles spot for eight duals, going 6-2 . . . was 1-1 against nationally ranked opponents, defeating the No. 27 ranked singles player . . . partnered with fellow freshman, Lilian Poling in doubles for the entire season, going 9-7 on the season . . . with 3-1 in MW doubles play.

PRIOR TO BOISE STATE:
 Four-time Australian junior national champion...two-time 12/U national singles champion...16/U singles national champion...16/U doubles national champion...ranked as high as No. 272 in world junior tennis rankings...competed in main draw of two grand slam events on junior circuit...Universal Tennis Rating of 10.1...member of 12/U Australian National Team in 2010.

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