Career Singles: 39-37
2013-14: Finished the season with a 1-1 spring record and a 4-10 fall record in the No. 4 singles spot ... Posted a 2-3 spring record while partnered with Maria Clara Bernardez in the No. 1 position ... While partnered with Alana Prinos, held a 0-1 record in the No. 2 doubles position ... Posted a 0-1 record while partnered with Taylor Corder in the No. 3 doubles position, and a 1-1 record while partnered with Amanda Pitocco, also in the No. 3 doubles position ... Held a 0-1 spring record while partnered with Alli Carnall in the No. 1 doubles position ... Posted a victory in the No. 4 singles position and a win in the No. 1 doubles position while partnered with Maria Clara Bernardez to help the Friars to their first BIG EAST victory, against Villanova on April 5.
2012-13: Held a 1-0 record the No. 3 singles spot... Posted a 2-0 record during the fall and finished 4-4 in the spring at the No. 5 singles spot... Held a 0-1 record during the fall and a 5-1 record during the spring in the No. 6 singles spot... While partnered with Hannah Zangari, held a 1-1 record during the fall and a 0-1 record during the spring in the No. 1 doubles spot and a 1-1 record at the No. 2 doubles spot... Was undefeated when partnered with Zangari in the No. 3 doubles spot during the fall and held a 4-3 record during the spring... Made it to the championship match in the Flight C Singles at the Quinnipiac Invitational on Sept. 14-16... Went undefeated at the USTA Invitational at No. 5 doubles with Hannah Zangari... Came away with a 2-0 record in the fall and a 4-4 record in the spring at the #5 singles position and a 0-1 record in the fall and a 5-1 record in the spring at the #6 singles position... Collected an overall 19-13 singles record for the 2012-13 season.
2011-12: Played in the No. 2 and No. 3 singles spots...Played the third most single matches for the Friars (24)...Partnered with five different teammates to compete in all three double positions for the Friars...Singles Record: 13-11...Doubles Record: 12-9.
Before Providence: Hailing from San Juan, Puerto Rico where she was ranked in the 14-under and 18-under categories of the Puerto Rico Tennis Association/Caribbean Section of the USTA. She was the top ranked senior from Puerto Rico on tennisrecruiting.net. Ramirez is an exceptional athlete with a strong background in cross country, track & field and soccer. Her accomplishments led to being named the top athlete in her graduating class. She also is an active member of the National Honor Society, yearbook and community service groups. She is the daughter of Humberto Ramirez and Yolanda Berrios. She has one older sister who is enrolled at John Carrol University.