Lilian Poling
Lilian  Poling

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
West Point, N.Y.

Height:
5-5

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.

03/31/2017

Lilian Poling's Unique Experience

Lilian Poling's education extends beyond the court and the classroom, as Boise State's only American-born women's tennis student-athlete.

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.

FRESHMAN (2017): Was second on the team in wins during her debut season with the Broncos . . . went 13-8 in singles play while playing in three separate positions . . . played 13-of-21 matches in the No. 2 spot, going 7-6 . . . was 2-0 in the No. 1 spot . . . primarily played with fellow freshman, Anja Dokic, in doubles . . . went 9-7 with Dokic in doubles while splitting time between the No. 1 and No. 2 spot, finishing with a 3-1 record in Mountain West play . . . played 11-of-16 doubles matches in the No. 1 soitm going 6-5.

HIGH SCHOOL:
Five-star prospect...ranked No. 54 nationally by TennisRecruiting.net...10.32 rating in Universal Tennis Rating System (UTR)...earned Bronze Ball for third-place finish in doubles at 2014 USTA National Women's Open Indoor Championships...reached singles final of main draw at 2014 Eastern Grand Prix...father, Jim, is head coach of men's tennis program at Army.

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