|PREVIOUS SCHOOL||Colegio San Jose|
|MAJOR||Economic Arts and Sciences|
2011-12: Boasted an 18-15 overall mark in singles, including an undefeated 7-0 in Atlantic Sun play... was 12-9 in dual matches, playing all 21 contests in the No. 3 slot... accumulated an 11-16 overall doubles record, posting a 9-6 dual record at the No. 2 when paired with Jeremy Bonnevalle... combined to go 6-1 in conference action with Bonnevalle... earned Atlantic Sun Second Team Doubles All-Conference honors.
2010-11: Tied for the team lead in singles victories going 21-10, 15-6 dual record, and a perfect 7-0 in A-Sun play... went 1-0 at the No. 2 singles, 3-0 at the No. 3 spot, 3-1 when playing at No. 4 and 8-5 in the No. 5 position... finished the season on a seven-match winning streak... compiled a 17-12 doubles record, going 16-12 when paired with Robin Akser to rank as ETSU's second best doubles duo... defeated Ruben Devos of then-No. 50 Binghamton 6-3, 6-1 (Jan. 28)... earned his first NCAA Tournament singles victory by defeating then-No. 30 Notre Dame's Samuel Keeton 6-4, 4-6, 6-3 (May 13)... was named to the A-Sun All-Tournament Team... earned A-Sun All-Academic Team honors.
2009-10: Finished his freshman campaign with a 14-8 overall singles mark…Earned a 6-3, 6-4 victory over Trey Walston of Alabama in the NCAA Tournament…Was an impressive 8-1 in Atlantic Sun singles play…Also defeated Anton Niolov of No. 48 UNC Wilmington…Knocked off Alex Rosinski of No. 24 Washington in straight sets, 7-6, 6-4.
Prior to ETSU: Attended Colegio San Jose…Was ranked as the No. 1 Under-18 player in Paraguay before coming to ETSU…Was a member of the Paraguay Davis Cup team…Competed in multiple South American tournaments as part of Paraguay National Team.
Personal: Born November 25, 1988… majoring in Economics – Arts & Sciences… son of Juan Carlos and Bettina Ramierz.
Honors-2012 A-Sun Second Team Singles All-Conference-2012 A-Sun Second Team Doubles All-Conference
-2011 A-Sun All-Tournament Team
-2011 A-Sun All-Academic Team