SENIOR (2006-07): Named TCU's MVP for the second consecutive year... led the team in the 200-back (1:47.37) and 200-IM (1:51.94)... posted the second-fastest individual time in the 100-back (49.75) and the third-best time in the 50-free (20.80)... crowned the Individual Champion in the 200-back at the MWC Championship... earned five All-MWC selections (100-back, 200-back, 200-free relay, 200-medley relay, 400-free relay)... also placed fourth in the 100-back at the conference meet... notched seven event wins on the season... medalist in 12 events... member of 6 winning relay teams... contributed to the 400-free relay (3:00.41) and 200-medley relay (1:30.12) teams that set TCU records at the MWC Championship... tallied three event wins on senior day against Utah... recording three top-three finishes at the UNLV Invite in the 200-IM and backstroke events... named the MWC Men's Swimmer of the Week on Jan. 17, following his three-win performance against Utah.
JUNIOR (2005-06): TCU's Most Valuable Swimmer...led the team in the 200-back...set personal best times in the 100-back (49.61) and 200-back (1:46.91)...earned first-team All-Mountain West Conference honors in the 100- and 200-back...paced the Frogs with nine wins on the season...recorded two multi-win meets at the Colorado State Early Bird Invitational and at Southwest Missouri State...member of the team's 200-medley relay and 400-medley relay squads that recorded the second-best times in school history...took part in the 200-free relay and 400-free relay teams that earned the school's third-best times...received TCU's Student Athlete of the Week on October 26, 2005...placed third in the 200-medley relay, 200-free relay, 100-back, 400-medley relay and 200-back events at the Mountain West Conference Championships.
At Indian River - Competed in the 50-free and 100- and 200- back events... a consensus All-American after winning a national championship at the NJCAA meet in the 100- and 200-back during the 2004 season... holds the IRCC record in the 50-free (20.86).
Club - Colombian national champion from 1997-2005 in the 100-back and 200-back... participated in the X World Championships in Barcelona, Spain (2003)... member of the Colombian National Team since 1997... Colombian national record holder for the 50-back.
Personal - Guillermo Ramirez is the son of Guillermo Ramirez and Luiz Maria Lenis... majoring in international business and finance.
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