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Wednesday 04/16
LSU
4
Tennis - Men
1
Saturday 04/12
LSU
1
Tennis - Men
4
Sunday 04/06
University of Tennessee
4
Tennis - Men
0
Friday 04/04
University of Georgia
4
Tennis - Men
0
Sunday 03/30
University of South Carolina
4
Tennis - Men
0
Friday 03/28
University of Florida
3
Tennis - Men
4
Sunday 03/23
Mississippi State
4
Tennis - Men
2
Friday 03/21
Ole Miss
4
Tennis - Men
2
Friday 03/14
University of Nebraska-Omaha
0
Tennis - Men
5
Friday 03/14
University of Nebraska-Omaha
0
Tennis - Men
5
Friday 03/14
Texas A&M University
4
Tennis - Men
0
Sunday 03/09
University of Alabama
3
Tennis - Men
4
Friday 03/07
Auburn University
4
Tennis - Men
3
Sunday 03/02
University of Kentucky
6
Tennis - Men
1
Friday 02/28
Vanderbilt University
7
Tennis - Men
0
Sunday 02/23
SIU-Edwardsville
0
Tennis - Men
4
Sunday 02/23
SIU-Edwardsville
1
Tennis - Men
6
Saturday 02/22
Oklahoma State University
5
Tennis - Men
2
Friday 02/14
University of Tulsa
4
Tennis - Men
3
Sunday 02/09
Purdue University
6
Tennis - Men
1
   
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Santiago Munoz
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 175
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Mexico City, Mexico
Experience: 1 Letter
Sanitago Munoz Bio
Courtesy: Athletic Communications
Release: 08/14/2012

AS A FRESHMAN (2012-13): Munoz was a solid staple for the Razorbacks in his freshman campaign in both doubles and singles play. He played in 17 dual singles matches with seven being conference. Munoz also paired up for doubles play with junior Hall Fess playing at the number three position for a majority of the season. The duo went 10-9 including four crucial SEC victories. In the SEC Tournament Fess and Munoz took down Alabama's Kenyon and Tsangrides for the second time of the season giving Arkansas the chance to win the doubles point.

HIGH SCHOOL: Santigo Munoz, who hails from Mexico City, Mexico,  brings plenty of international experience to the Razorbacks after spending extensive time on the ITF juniors circuit.

While attending high school, Munoz played in a number of tournaments throughout Central America including, Mexico, Panama, El Salvador, Guatemala and Costa Rica and winning over 30 matches in singles and doubles. This year, Munoz has won 16 matches in singles and 10 matches in doubles and has built up a career-high ranking of No. 163. His greatest achievement came while playing in the U15-U16 division where he was the two-time national champion in Mexico. Munoz says he not only chose Arkansas for its tennis program, but also for its business school as he will enroll in the Sam M. Walton College of Business in the fall.


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