vs. Georgia State
vs. Georgia State
vs. Fresno State
at Boise State
Second straight Lobo to earn the honor, one of eight Mountain West student-athletes honored
Scott named Mountain Region Assistant Coach of the Year, Ho presented with a pair of honors.
Lobos finish as Mountain West runners-up with team depth producing winning percentages in doubles and singles
UNM falls to Boise State 4-0 in finals of the Mountain West Tournament
UNM defeats San Diego State 4-1 in the semifinals. UNM will face Boise State for MW Championship
The Estes Tennis Center saw UNM drop a tight contest to Boise State in a battle of ranked teams on Senior Day
2011-12: Senior Season
Carl Ho finished his career with a singles record of 63-37 and a doubles record of 55-37, which is competitive for 25th all-time for most doubles wins in a career. He posted a singles record during the 2011-12 season of 24-9 overall and a doubles record of 25-8 overall. He mostly teamed with James Hignett during the dual season in doubles. The duo were 21-6 overall in doubles. Ho reached the round of 16 at the ITA Regional Tournament losing to teammate Ben Dunbar in singles. He also reached the round of 16 in the same tournament in doubles with Conor Berg. He was named Mountain West Player of the Week on April 11, 2012.
2010-2011: Junior Season
Ho played mostly at the number three position in singles and the number three position in doubles as well. In singles, he accumulated a 12-11 record. In doubles, he teamed mostly with Joe Wood going 10-5 for the season.
2009-2010: Sophomore Season
He was named to the Mountain West Conference singles team. He went a combined 17-15 in fall and spring singles play, including an 8-11 mark in dual action. He played primarily at the No. 1 and No. 2 slot after spending his freshman season the year before at the No. 6 position. He won his second straight Balloon Fiesta Invite, defeating teammate Jadon Phillips in the "A" flight's championship round.
2008-2009: Freshman Season
He compiled a 10-2 spring singles record and 11-3 fall record for an overall mark of 21-5. He started singles action at 3-2 before going 9-0 to finish the year. He recorded a perfect record in conference singles at 5-0. He lost two of his first three singles matches for only two losses of the spring season. They were the only two matches all season that extended to three sets.
Prior to UNM
He led his high school team to second place in British Columbia provincial AA high school championship. He was named MVP in singles and mixed doubles in 2008. He was named top 10 in British Columbia Men's Open. He ranked first in British Columbia under 18 for the past two years.
He is the son of Herman and Susan Ho and has one sister, Ivy. He enjoys video games and sushi. His favorite athletes are Roger Federer and Tiger Woods. He will major in Business.
Head Coach Alan Dils on Ho:
"You know every day what you will get from Carl. Every match, every practice he gives his best. Carl has played in every position on the team over his four years of being here. He is a rock in our lineup and I would take six Carl's to play a dual match anyday."