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  Ian Supple

Ian Supple

Player Profile

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Albuquerque, N.M.

High School:
La Cueva High School

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 160

Position:
Player

Birthdate:
11/09/1989

Experience:
JR/SQ

10/30/2011

UNLV Fall Tournament Comes to a Close

The UNLV Fall Tournament may have come to an end, but that does not mean the fall season is entirely done for the Lobos

10/28/2011

First day of UNLV Tournament Wrapped Up

Mads Hegelund, Matthew Neeld, and Ian Supple will be advancing in singles and McDaniels/Hegelund to quarterfinals in doubles

10/09/2011

Lobos Finish Second Day at the UNM Balloon Fiesta Invitational

UNM produced outstanding results today with four Lobos advancing further in the tournament

10/07/2011

UNM Balloon Fiesta Invitational leaves four doubles teams and six singles players in the quarterfinals of main draw

10/06/2011

Stevens: Lobos Expect China Experience To Mold Better Lobos

Carl Ho and Phil Anderson are taking World University Games experience onto the UNM courts

2011 Fall: Senior Season

Supple played in the UNM Balloon Fiesta Invitational and the UNLV Easley Memorial Tournament.

2010-2011: Junior Season

Supple joined the team in January after receiving an AA degree from CNM. In his short time with the team, he played one match in doubles with Simon.

Prior to UNM

He was a 2008 graduate from La Cueva High School in Albuquerque, N.M. receiving letters for all four years in high school. He has a combined singles record of 133- 10. He was taught by Dick Johnson and Woody Supple.

Personal

He is the son of Cheryl and Woody Supple and has two siblings Molly and Kevin. His sister is training to be a tri-athlete at University of Arizona. His dad was a stand-out player for the University of Arizona. His greatest thrill playing tennis at UNM is that he likes the team mentality of working harder than everyone else. He is majoring in Criminology.

Head Coach Alan Dils on Supple:

"Ian is a great guy and I'm happy to see him playing some this year. He has had to work hard to become eligible for Division I tennis."

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