Mile Cilic
Mile  Cilic


Medjugorje, Bosnia-Herzegovina

High School:
dr. fra Slavako Barbaric

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 180



Nevada men’s tennis falls on the road to Pacific 5-2

Pack next plays at USF on Saturday


Nevada men’s tennis falls at Santa Clara 4-1

Nevada cocludes weekend tomorrow at Pacific


Nevada men's tennis crushes UC Santa Cruz 7-0

The Wolf Pack moves to 2-0 on the season


Nevada downs UC Riverside in opener to spring season

Pack at Pacific Sunday


Lena reaches finals in Nevada’s final fall outing

Next action Jan. 20 at UC Riverside


Mile Cilic

Mile Cilic


Senior Day - Nevada vs. Utah State

Senior Day - Nevada vs. Utah State


Nevada versus Weber State

Nevada versus Weber State

2016 Fall: Posted a 4-8 record in singles… Went 4-6 in doubles … Competed with three different partners in doubles action.

Nevada:  In two seasons is 21-34 in singles play and 13-17 in doubles.

2015-16 (Jr.):  Posted a 10-19 record in singles play, 4-17 in duals, 6-2 in tournaments and 1-6 in the MW  …  Went 1-7 at No. 2 singles and 2-9 on court three  …  Played one match at No. 1 and No. 4 singles  …  In doubles play was 8-11 competing with three different partners  …  Eight doubles wins tied for third on the team  …  In doubles duals was 6-10 see time on all three courts  …  Went 2-3 in MW doubles play  …  Lettered for the second time.

2014-15 (So.):  Posted an 11-15 overall singles record, went 5-10 in duals, 6-5 in tournament play and 1-3 in MW action  ...  Went 4-4 at No. 5 singles and 1-6 at No. 6  …  In doubles action played with five different partners and was 5-6 overall and 0-2 in dual action  …  Playing with Moez Chargi was 3-1 in doubles action and 2-2 with Billy Bumgardner  …  Earned All-MW academic and MW Scholar Athlete honors  …  Earned first letter.

Prior To Nevada: Attended high school of dr. fra Slavko Barbaric in Citluk, Bosnia and Herzegovina  ...  Won the National Championship of Bosnia and Herzegovina under 18 in 2011

Personal:  Mechanical engineering major  …  Native from Medjugorje, Bosnia and Herzegovina  ...  Son of Zdenko and Koviljka Cilic  ...  Three older brothers  ...  Vinko, Goran, and Marin  ...   Marin won the 2014 US Open and is currently ranked 13th in the World  …  Chose to come to Nevada because of its engineering school, highly competitive men's tennis program and the beautiful weather  ...  Picked the Wolf Pack over Ohio State, Georgia Southern and Virginia Commonwealth  ...  Enjoys playing soccer, basketball and watching video games   …  Career highlight was winning national championship of Bosnia and Herzegovina under 18 in 2011  …  Sports hero is Goran Ivanisevic.

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