Bryan Lilley
Bryan Lilley
Height: 5-11
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Edmond, Okla.
High School: Edmond North
Major: Civil Engineering

2016-17: NEWMAC Academic All-Conference … NEWMAC Doubles Team of the Week (Mar. 6) … closed his junior year with a 4-2 singles record and a mark of 12-10 in doubles matches … during dual matches as a singles player defeated Cameron Kirkpatrick of Navy by a 7-6 (11-9), 7-6 (4-0) score and Nick Glover of No. 26 Bates 6-4, 6-3 … played all of his doubles matches with Alex Cauneac at the No. 1 position … during the team’s postseason run bested Springfield’s duo 8-5 in the NEWMAC Semifinals, Babson’s team 9-7 in the NEWMAC Championship, and Stevens’ team 8-3 in the Second Round of the NCAA Tournament … against nationally-ranked teams in doubles action defeated No. 26 Bates 8-5 and No. 4 Bowdoin 9-8 (10-8) … [SEASON STATS]

2015-16: NEWMAC Academic All-Conference … NEWMAC Doubles Team of the Week (Feb. 29, Apr. 11) … ITA Scholar-Athlete ... finished his sophomore year with an 18-6 record in doubles play and a 3-5 tally in singles action … teamed up with Alex Cauneac including a 9-1 mark at No. 1 doubles and 7-1 at No. 2 doubles … won seven straight doubles matches with Cauneac to close the year including an 8-5 victory in the NEWMAC Championship over Babson (5/8), an 8-3 win against No. 21 Stevens in the NCAA Tournament second round (5/14) and an 8-5 win over No. 4 Bowdoin in the NCAA Tournament Regional Championship (5/15) … [SEASON STATS]

2014-15: NEWMAC Singles Player of the Week (3/9) …  finished his first year of collegiate competition with a record of 12-5 in singles matches and 15-4 in doubles action … went a perfect 4-0 from No. 2 singles … opened collegiate career with six straight wins in singles play (2/20-3/12). [SEASON STATS]

Off the Court at MIT: Majoring in civil engineering … intern at the Engineering Research Development Center and with the Rimkus Consulting Group ... completed research at the Digistruct Lab.

High School: A 2014 graduate of Edmond North High School … lettered four times in tennis ... four-time doubles state champion ... top 150 tennis player in the United States of America ...  Valedictorian ... intered at BKL, Inc. ... Jim Thorpe Scholar Athlete award.