June 14th, 2019 | by CollegeAD

Auburn University Director of Athletics Allen Greene announced Friday that Caroline Lilley has been selected as the new women’s tennis head coach. Lilley spent the last four seasons at the University of Kansas where she served as an assistant coach until she was named assistant head coach in December 2018. During Lilley’s time at Kansas, she helped the Jayhawks to four consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances, including the program’s first-ever Big 12 Conference Championship in 2019. “We are thrilled to welcome Caroline to the Auburn Family,” Director of Athletics Allen Greene said.  “During the search to find our next coach, Caroline’s work ethic, driven personality and intellectual depth was captivating.  More importantly, her commitment to the holistic care and development of the student-athlete aligns with our purpose to educate, support and develop our young men and women at every opportunity.  Caroline has excelled as both a student-athlete and a coach, and we can’t wait for her to get to the Plains.” –  Charlotte Bedsole, eagleeyeauburn – Read More

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