2011 || Sophomore
Earned all-tournament selections at Arkansas Invitational and Deacon Invitational...totaled 86 assists and a .545 hitting percentage at season-opening Arkansas Invitational...dished out 102 assists and led the Razorbacks to a .290 hitting percentage in three matches at the Deacon Invitational...season-best 49 assists against Oral Roberts...career-best seven kills against Georgetown...season-high 15 digs against Dartmouth...guided Arkansas to .421 (50-10-95) hitting percentage against McNeese State, the eighth-best effort in program history...posted second double-double of the season with 46 assists and 13 digs at Alabama in conference opener...tied season best with three service aces in win against the Crimson Tide...notched third double-double of the season with 29 assists and 14 digs in straight-set win over Mississippi State...directed team to a .385 (50-10-104) hitting percentage against the Bulldogs, the highest by an Arkansas team in SEC play since 2007...recorded fourth double-double of the season with 38 assists and team-high 13 digs in four-set match with Kentucky...led the team with nine digs against No. 23 Tennessee...dished out 30 assists with five digs and two service aces in straight-set victory over South Carolina...team posted a .294 (40-8-109) hitting percentage in the match...posted a pair of double-double efforts during Arkansas’ home weekend against Auburn and Georgia...against Georgia, established a new career high with 54 assists...added 16 digs and four total blocks versus the Bulldogs...averaged 12.33 assists per set during weekend home sweep of Ole Miss and Alabama...guided team to a .313 (48-12-115) hitting percentage in weekend finale against Crimson Tide...had 33 assists, six kills, eight digs and three total blocks in sweep of Alabama...posted 25 assists, nine digs and three kills during team’s three-set win over LSU...posted 32 assists, eight digs and five kills in road sweep of Mississippi State...re-established career high with 54 assists at Georgia...directed team to .430 hitting percentage (50-4-107) against South Carolina, the fifth-best mark in program history and four highest in an SEC match...regiested 46 assists, 13 digs and career-high eight kills in five setter with No. 19 Florida...dished out career-best 61 assists to go along with season-high 16 digs at No. 16 Kentucky...assist total was tied for fourth highest by an SEC setter during the year...one of three players to play in each of the team’s 112 sets during the year...second on the team with 11 double-doubles...directed team to .235 season hitting percentage, the seventh-best mark in program history.
2010 || Freshman
Used early in the season as the back-up setter and serving specialist, Santos was inserted into the starting lineup against Georgia (Sept. 17) in the first SEC match of the season. She took advantage and worked her way onto the SEC All-Freshman Team when postseason awards were announced. Santos racked up three conference weekly honors in the final month of the season. She was twice named the SEC Freshman of the Week (Nov. 1, Nov. 22). In between those honors, she was selected as the conference Defensive Player of the Week (Nov. 8) after a season-best 22 digs in a win over Ole Miss (Nov. 5). In her first start, she guided the Razorback offense with a season-high 50 assists in a five-set win over Georgia (Sept. 17). The team hit .316 during the match, a high during conference play. In her next match, Santos posted her first of three double-doubles with 39 assists and 13 digs against Auburn (Sept. 19). She also had performances of 49 assists and 10 digs against Alabama (Oct. 29) and 34 assists and 22 digs against the Rebels. Along with 45 assists against South Carolina (Nov. 21), Santos added a season-high four kills. She posted season bests of four service aces at No. 2 Florida (Oct. 3) and five total blocks against Kentucky (Oct. 10). She played in 29 of Arkansas' 31 matches and made 14 starts.
Prior to Arkansas
Santos brings international experience to Razorback volleyball as a past captain of the Youth and Junior National Teams for Puerto Rico. In 2008, Santos' Youth National Team participated in the NORCECA youth event in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico. The Junior National Team went on to capture a second-place finish at the Peru Invitational. The 5-10 setter has also been named an AAU and USA Volleyball Junior Olympics All-American. Santos is a member of the Puerto Rico National Team which played at the Grand Prix in Brazil, Japan and Thailand and the NORCECA Championships. Santos helped the team earn a silver medal at the NORCECA event, the first-ever medal for the nation at the tournament.
Born April 13, 1992, Raymariely Santos is the older of two children to Ryan Santos and Mariela Perez of Ponce, Puerto Rico. She has one younger sibling, Ileyrimar.