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  Lilly Kimbell
School: Univ. of Georgia
Year: Senior
Home Town: New Braunfels
Home State: Texas
Home Country: United States(USA)
High School: New Braunfels
Height: 5-6
Weight:
Birth Date: Friday, November 01, 1991
Dominant Hand: Right
Major: Human Development & Family Science
Singles Record: 0-0
Doubles Record: 0-0
JUNIOR SEASON (2012-13)   • Helped team to a 24-4 record and advance to the NCAA quarterfinals ending with a final ranking of No. 5. • Finished the season with a 9-9 record in singles and a 23-6 record in doubles, playing primarily at the No. 3 spot with freshman Mia King.   SOPHOMORE SEASON (2011-12)   • Helped team to a 24-5 record and advance to the NCAA quarterfinals ending with a final ranking of No. 6 • An All-SEC 2nd Team selection • Owns school record for Consecutive Doubles Victories with Maho Kowase; the duo had a 21-match winning streak; 23-2 as a tandem including 21-0 at No. 3 • Exception doubles player with a 31-5 record, playing mainly with Maho Kowase and paired with senior Chelsey Gullickson to go 5-0 and win ITA Southeast Regional Fall Tournament • 23-9 in singles including 18-4 in dual matches and is 11-2 at No. 6 • Notched impressive three-set win over Florida's No. 68th ranked Alex Cercone in finals of SEC Tournament • Named to All-SEC Tournament team in doubles with Maho Kowase • Clinched team victory in 7-0 shutout of Miss. State • Served as one of the tennis representatives on the Student Athlete Advisory Committee (S.A.A.C) • Recipient of Leighton Ballew Women's Tennis Scholarship Endowment • ITA preseason singles ranking of No. 123   FRESHMAN SEASON (2010-11)   • An All-SEC Second Team selection after going 26-10 in singles and 27-13 in doubles • Final ITA ranking of No. 46 in doubles with Nadja Gilchrist; Was ranked as high as No. 95 in singles and No. 37 in doubles with Gilchrist • Posted a 16-5 record in dual matches including 10-1 in the SEC • Led the team with five match-clinching victories including a three-set win over Dominika Kanakova to rally Georgia past South Carolina 4-3 • Went 12-5 in doubles with Maho Kowase including winning the HEB Baylor Fall Invitational • Posted a 10-5 mark with Nadja Gilchrist including 6-2 at No. 2, also had impressive win over No. 2 ranked Alabama duo of Guarachi/McLane in consolation draw at the All-American Championships • Helped team post a 19-5 record, advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals and a final national ranking of No. 8 • Recipient of Leighton Ballew Women's Tennis Scholarship Endowment   JUNIORS/HIGH SCHOOL   • A Blue Chip recruit and ranked #4 overall on the Top 100, according to Tennis Recruiting.Net. • A graduate of New Braunfels where she played for David Mueller. Also trained at the John Newcombe Tennis Ranch in New Braunfels under coaches Phil Hendrie, Pat Harrison and parents. • Named 2010 National High School Senior Athlete of the Year for women's tennis by National High School Coaches Association. • Most decorated high school tennis player in Texas high school history, winning four straight individual titles at the 4A/5A level. Only the ninth female in Texas high school history to win four state singles titles. Also she never lost a set in four state tournaments. • Led the Unicorns to three team tennis titles from 2007-09 as they won 75 straight matches including 120 out of 123 in her prep career. • USTA tournament titles include the Hardcourt Nationals 16s, the Orange Bowl 16s (singles & doubles) in 2007, and multiple USTA National Open titles in each age group from the 12s to the 18s. • 2009 Mary Lowden Award, which is given by the USTA Texas Section to a player who demonstrates citizenship, leadership and sportsmanship. • Combined (singles & doubles) ranking of No. 3 in the USTA Girls 18s. • Four-time recipient of the San Antonio Express Player of the Year. • Featured on the cover in March 2009 issue of ESPN Rise, a magazine about high school sports. • Won 2010 ITA Summer Southwest Regional singles and doubles event.   PERSONAL   • Born: Nov. 1, 1991 and originally from Vancouver, Washington • Parents: Judy Kimbell and Tim Gillas and Robert Kimbell • Major: Human Development & Family Science • Family: Has one younger sister, Samantha