LAS CRUCES, N.M. – Lone senior Luis Ramirez is set to be honored on Senior Day as the New Mexico State men’s tennis team hosts the Denver Pioneers for the final home dual of the spring season on Sunday, April 6.
The Aggies go into the final home match with an 11-6 overall record and 1-1 in Western Athletic Conference play. NM State freshman Daniel Fernandez boasts a 9-4 singles record this season with a 1-0 record in WAC play.
Denver comes into the weekend fresh off its first WAC win of the season against Seattle on Friday afternoon. The Pioneers are 5-11 this season after the 5-1 victory over the Rehawks.
Led in singles by Enej Bonin, he is -4 in singles play at the No. 1 spot with four wins over ranked opponents. Bonin is ranked 67th in the nation as well.
The Aggies face off against the Pioneers at 12 p.m. on Sunday, April 7, at the NM State Tennis Center.
About Senior Luis Ramirez
An Aggie standout for four years, Luis Ramirez began competing with New Mexico State in the spring of 2010. He finished with a 59-37 record in singles play and a 55-34 doubles record. He had two wins over ranked opponents in singles play while at New Mexico State and helped the Aggies to win 11 dual matches against ranked opponents in his four years. Ramirez helped NM State to the WAC Championship match as a sophomore and was named to the All-WAC second team as a junior.