Spring 2012: Posted a 15-6 record in singles play on the season ... Was 7-6 on the year in doubles play pairing with three different partners ... Clinched two victories on the year, including GSU's first CAA win of the season, 6-1, vs. Old Dominion ... Went 8-2 on the season playing in the No. 4 singles spot.
Fall 2011: Earned a 4-7 record in singles and notched 4 victories with two different doubles partners ... Found success in his first slate of collegiate tennis matches ... Earned his first collegiate victory with a 7-5, 3-6, 1-0(11-9), win over Auburn's Rafael Rondino at the Southern Intercollegiate ... Joined Vincent Verpeaux to take home the title in the Open Doubles B-Draw at the Georgia Tech Invitational ... Advanced to the quarterfinals of the Open Singles-B Draw at Georgia Tech ... Earned two victories on the first day of the Bulldog Scramble ... Earned a comeback singles victory over Kentucky's Maks Gold 1-6, 6-2, 6-2 at the Bulldog Scramble ... Named to the President's List for posting a 4.0 GPA or higher in the fall semester.
Prep: Ismael Lahlou came to Georgia State from Casablanca, Morocco ... Was a two-time Moroccan National Champion ... He was ranked as high as No. 193 in the ITF Tennis Junior Rankings ... Recently ranked No. 207 as of Aug. 15, 2011 ... A member of the Moroccan Davis Cup team.
Personal: Ismael Lahlou was born on January 4, 1993 in New York City, N.Y. ... Grew up in Casablanca, Morocco ... Has two brothers Yousef (13) and Ilias (6) ... Enjoys movies and music ... Majoring in computer information systems.