Lenoir Ramos Jr. Named Assistant Coach
Sept. 11, 2012
LAS VEGAS (UNLVRebel.com) - Lenoir Ramos Jr. has been named assistant coach for the UNLV women's tennis team, Lady Rebels' head coach Kevin Cory announced Tuesday.
"We are thrilled to welcome Lenoir to our program," Cory said. "He brings a wealth of playing experience at the highest levels and is very well-connected in the tennis world. He is a great addition for UNLV Tennis."
A native of Brazil, Ramos spent the last two years as the Tour Tennis Pro at the Triangle Tennis Club in Southampton, N.Y. He formerly served as assistant and then head pro at the Trump National Country Club and Navesink Country, both located in New Jersey. Ramos also was a volunteer assistant coach for the 2009-10 season at his alma mater, Texas Tech.
Ramos, who graduated from the school in 2010 with a degree in exercise and sport sciences, not only played for the Red Raiders, but he has also compiled impressive international experience. He played on tour for six years, rising to as high as No. 625 on the ATP Tour in doubles in October 2007 and No. 885 in singles in May 2002.