Diana Bogolii
Diana Bogolii
Height: 5-10
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Kiyv, Ukraine

Senior (2017-18): Concludes her three-year career in the Blue and White with a 39-22 singles record and a 67-11 doubles record, winning at least 20 doubles matches all three years...finishes her career as a two-time ITA All-America selection, three-time All-Sunshine State Conference honoree, and a two-time ITA Division II and Oracle Cup doubles national champion...in the fall, she claimed the ITA South Region doubles title with Jan Abaza...finished the spring season 10-10 in singles…played a split between the No. 2 and No. 3 positions…went 6-4 in SSC matches…navigated a 20-5 record in doubles play, also going 7-3 in conference matches…spent the first eight polls of the season in the singles national rankings, debuting and peaking at No. 16...defeated #60 Kristyna Jurkova of Saint Leo 6-2, 5-7, 6-4 (3/31)…went 9-1 in doubles playing with Klaudia Boczova and 5-1 playing with Natalie Kallmunzerova.

Junior (2016-17): 
In the fall, teamed up with Rosalie Willig to defend their ITA Division II and Oracle Cup national championships…picked up a win over Division I UTEP at the ITA National Indoor Intercollegiate Championships…finished the spring ranked No. 28 nationally in singles and just missed out on doubles All-America status with a No. 12 ranking…was an All-Sunshine State Conference First Team pick in doubles…posted an 11-7 singles record in the spring between the first, second and third flights…went 5-2 in SSC singles matches...finished the year with a 26-1 doubles record, falling one win shy of tying the program record for most doubles wins in a season…went 8-0 in SSC doubles contests...won her first 26 doubles matchups of the year…went 18-1 playing at No. 2 doubles with Grace Mpassy.

Sophomore (2015-16): Started off her career at Lynn on a historic level by teaming up with Rosalie Willig to become the first doubles pair in program history to win the 'Super Bowl' at the USTA/ITA National Small College Championships during the fall season...in the spring, she was selected as an ITA All-American in both singles and doubles as well as an All-SSC First Team pick in both singles and doubles...picked up an SSC Player of the Week honor (3/28)...playing primarily at the No. 1 singles position, she finished the year with an 18-5 record, tying the team-high for wins...she was 6-2 in SSC matches and 12-4 when playing at No. 1...in doubles, she finished the year with a 21-5 record, including a 17-4 mark with Willig at the top flight...earned SSC Commissioner Honor Roll recognition for earning a 3.2 grade point average or better...named an ITA Scholar-Athlete. 

Personal: Born on April 21, 1995...general studies major...daughter of Anatolii Bogolii...has one sibling, Viktoriya.