More than 800 student-athletes have graduated in past 11 years.
Andrada and Poustie both end careers ranked in top 10 at Nevada in career singles
Wolf Pack and Broncos at noon in Las Vegas
MW Championships start Friday
3 p.m. at the Fertitta Tennis Complex on the UNLV campus
Senior Ryan Andrada
Nevada versus Boise State - MW Championship
Nevada versus San Diego State - MW Championship
Nevada vs. Utah State - MW Championship
Senior Day - Nevada vs. Utah State
2015-16 (Sr.): Went 11-13 in singles play, 7-10 in duals, 4-3 in tournaments and 2-2 in MW action … Played all but one dual at No. 1 singles … The 11 wins topped the team ... Posted a 9-15 record in doubles play with six different partners … Doubles action came primarily on court three … Lettered for the fourth time.
2014-15 (Jr.): Led the team with 20 wins … Overall posted a 20-8 record, 15-7 in duals, 5-1 in tournament action and 5-1 in conference play … Primarily played No. 3 and No. 4 singles but did also see time at No. 2 and No. 5 … Posted 6-2 record at No. 3 singles and was 7-4 on court four … In doubles play was 6-7 competing with four different partners during the season … Received third tennis letter.
2013-14 (So.): Went 18-6 in singles action in his second season in the program … Posted a 13-5 record in duals, was 5-1 in tournament play and 2-1 in conference action … Was 1-1 at No. 4 singles, 9-4 at No. 5 and 3-0 on court six … In doubles play competed with four different teammates and went a combined 3-5 … Lettered for the second time.
2012-13 (Fr.): In his first season posted a 15-8 record in singles action, 9-4 in duals, 6-3 in tournament play and 1-1 in conference action … Was 3-1 at No. 5 singles and 6-3 at No. 6 in dual play … Playing with three different partners was 3-6 in doubles play and 2-2 in duals … Earned first tennis letter.
Prior to Nevada: Lettered four years in tennis for coach Joe Harding and twice in soccer at El Diamante High School in Visalia, Calif. ... Posted 165-3 record in singles play and went 50-2 in doubles play during his high school career ... Three-time CIF Central Section Champion in singles play and team captured the title once ... A tennisrecruiting.net five-star recruit and the 13th ranked player in the state of California.
Personal: Community health science major … Son of Roy and Karole Andrada ... Chose Nevada over Cal Poly, UC Santa Barbara, UC Davis and Eastern Washington ... In his free time likes to travel, hike, play soccer and watch the San Francisco Giants … Picked Nevada because of the school, location and team environment … Mother played tennis at College of the Sequoias … Favorite moment was last year’s run at the MW Championship when the Pack finished second … Sports hero is Nick Kyrgios.