Millie Tomlinson
Millie Tomlinson
Year: Junior
Hometown: Derbyshire, U.K.
High School: Ecclesbourne
Major: Political science
Residential College: Berkeley

2012-13: Ranked No. 3 nationally … Won the team’s Most Valuable Player award for the second consecutive season … Unanimously selected to the First Team All-Ivy, her third selection to the team … Went 3-1 in the Ramsay Division at the CSA Individual Championships … Played at No. 1 all year … Amassed a 14-3 overall record … Fell only to No. 1 Amanda Sobhy of Harvard and No. 2 Kanzy El Defrawy of Trinity … Tomlinson played El Defrawy three times, finishing 1-2 against the freshman … 6-1 in Ivy League play … Went 3-2 in Yale’s losses, tied with Shihui Mao for the best mark on the team.

2011-12: Ranked No. 2 nationally … Won the team’s Most Valuable Player award … First Team All-American … Unanimously selected to the First Team All-Ivy … Made it to the Championship of the Ramsay Division at the CSA Individual Championships … Went 17-3 … 13-2 in the regular season, 4-1 at the CSA Individual Championships … Played at No. 1 … All three losses came to Harvard’s Amanda Sobhy, who is yet to lose a single game in college … Lost only six games to players other than Sobhy … Began season with 11-match win streak … Won her match in the semifinal of the Howe Cup as Yale won 7-2 … Broke a 4-4 tie with a victory to clinch the match against Penn in Yale’s closest non-Harvard match of the season.

2010-11: Ranked No. 1 in the nation… Won the CSA Individual Championships without dropping a single game… First team All-American… All-Ivy… Ivy League Rookie of the Year… After losing first match, went on twelve-match winning streak, then won five more matches in the CSA Individual Championships… 12-1 overall record… 6-1 Ivy… Played as high as No. 1… Finished season playing at No. 2… Won the team award for Most Improved Player… Won her match in the national championship match against Harvard. 

Before Yale: Played on English National team at U15, U17, and U19 levels… Entered college ranked as No. 1 U19 player in England.