SENIOR: Earned his fourth consecutive ITA Scholar Athlete, MWC Scholar Athlete and MWC all-academic team honors ... made the MWC all-singles team for the second straight year and MWC all-doubles team for the third consecutive year ... invited to the NCAA Doubles Championships for the second time ... earned the program's highest national ranking, starting the 2005 season at No. 3 with David Kowalski ... was the first to appear in the final match of a national tournament, making the finals of the 2004 ICY HOT/ITA All-American Championships with Kowalski ... embraced the leadership role and led the team in doubles wins (26-9) ... grabbed the region's top ranking with Kowalski in doubles after getting a No. 24 pre-season ranking ... ranked seventh in the region in singles to start the spring season, the highest of any Lobo ...had a huge win over the nation's No. 1 duo from Stanford ... is tied for third on UNM's all-time win list for doubles with a record of 86-38 ... is eighth in the singles book with a record of 74-38 ... is one of just five men to rank in the top-10 in both record books ... tied for seventh in the single season doubles record books for most wins (26 in 2004-05).
JUNIOR: Recognized on the all-conference singles, doubles and academic teams ... named an ITA Scholar athlete and MWC Scholar Athlete for maintaining a GPA over 3.5 ... one of only four athletes to earn MWC Player of the Week honors twice ... ranked No. 33 with David Kowalski in doubles for half of the year ... finished the year 19-14 in singles and 23-10 in doubles ... had big wins in singles against opponents from top-ranked teams including Boise State, Brown and was even at 1-1 in the third set against Daniel Chu of Washington in the NCAA Tournament ... with Kowalski, knocked off ninth-ranked pair from Brown, 21st-ranked duo from Texas, 44th-ranked Felix Hardt and Ryan Redondo of rival San Diego State and almost netted a win over the 19th-ranked pair from Washington in the NCAA Tournament ... worked his way into the top-10 percent in UNM's Anderson School of Management ... third straight selection to the honor roll.
SOPHOMORE: Teamed with Brent Salazar to go 17-8 at No. 1 doubles ... duo earned a national ranking of 27th ... was invited to compete in the 2003 NCAA Championships in Atlanta, Ga. ... after a hard-fought 7-6 showing in the first set, fell 7-6, 6-2 to No. 4 seeded Scott Lipsky and David Martin of Stanford in the first round ... named to the All-Mountain West Conference doubles team ... was doubles champion of the Balloon Fiesta with Salazar ... also finished 17-8 in singles action ... competed at No. 3 (1-2), No. 4 (3-0), No. 5 (1-1) and No. 6 (0-1) singles in the spring ... beat three seeded players at Region VII Championships...named an ITA Scholar Athlete for maintaining a GPA of at least 3.5 ... garnered MWC All-Academic honors and made the honor roll.
FRESHMAN: Made an immediate impact, going 17-6 in singles play, 18-12 in doubles ... recognized as an ITA Scholar Athlete and MWC Scholar Athlete ... on the honor roll.
HIGH SCHOOL: Compiled an 83-4 singles record for coach Pat McHugh at Borah HS...undefeated his junior and senior years with a record of 44-0...won team state championships as a junior and senior ... on the honor roll all four years ... Scholastic B Award recipient twice.
PERSONAL: Born April 18, 1983, in Pocatello, Idaho...full name is Ryan Matthew Stotland...nicknames are "cryin' Ryan" or "silky smooth"...son of Duane and Bonnie Stotland...dad is the head tennis pro at Hillcrest Country Club and was a collegiate tennis player at Cal State Fullerton and Idaho State...mom is a special education teacher and played basketball and volleyball at Idaho State...has a brother, Zachary...hobbies are watching and playing sports and hanging out with friends...favorite food is ice cream...favorite athlete is Grant Hill of the NBA's Orlando Magic...major is business.