SPRING 2012 (SENIOR)
One of the stalwarts of the TCU lineup despite continuing to battle knee injuries ... Tallied a 9-11 singles mark during the spring and a 12-9 doubles ledger ... Opened the year with a 6-4, 6-3 win over Matt Westmoreland as the Frogs took down Texas A&M Corpus Christi ... Dropped No. 96-ranked Vikram Reddy of Alabama, 6-2, 6-4 ... Grabbed wins against Wichita State and UT Arlington ... Added straight-set triumphs over Grant Ive of Tulsa and Alex Bull of UNLV ... Was a 6-2, 6-2 winner over New Mexico's Conor Berg on his senior day ... He and Max Stevens were TCU's most-common doubles tandem, posting a 9-7 mark ... Duo won four-straight matches against No. 22 Texas Tech, No. 49 Santa Clara, Wichita State and UT Arlington ... Closed the year playing at the No. 1 doubles position with Stevens and the duo had wins over No. 42 Rice and SMU.
FALL 2011 (SENIOR)
Had five wins during the fall season in singles ... Opened the fall with a 7-5, 7-6 downing of Dartmouth's Cameron Ghorbani at the Racquet Club Collegiate Invitational ... Had a win at the ITA All-American Championships and the USTA/ITA Texas Regional Championships ... Went 2-1 at the Southwest Conference Shootout, including wins over UT Arlington's Mindaugus Celedinas and Rice's Jonathan Chang ... Won three matches in the fall opener with doubles partner Paul Chappell ... Joined Orlando Superlano for his other two doubles wins in the fall.
SPRING 2011 (JUNIOR)
Led TCU with a 15-6 singles record during the spring ... the 15 wins were the most by a Frog since Kriegler Brink tallied 19 victories in 2009 ... played the Nos. 5-6 positions, boasting a 13-1 record from the bottom spot ... ended the year on a season-long six-match winning streak ... didn't lose more than two matches in a row all season ... claimed TCU's Charles P. Ludwig Find A Way Award ... went 7-1 in tiebreakers ... clinched the Frogs' win over SMU with a 7-6 (5), 7-6 (18) decision over Joe Wood ... went 5-1 in three-set matches ... went 10-12 in doubles and played the majority of his matches in the No. 3 spot ... teamed up with Zach Nichols for a 10-9 doubles record, including a 2-1 mark against the conference ... duo earned an 8-5 win over the national-ranked tandem of Artem Baradach and Gaston Cuadranti from SMU.
FALL 2010 (JUNIOR)
Went 1-2 in singles and 1-1 in doubles play ... had his fall season cut short due to injury ... his lone singles win came over a player from Maryland at the HEB Baylor Intercollegiate Invitational ... partnered up with Slah Mbarek to take down a doubles squad from Auburn at the same tournament.
PRIOR TO TCU (MISSISSIPPI STATE)
Saw extensive action in dual matches during his first two collegiate seasons with the Bulldogs ... made a combined 52 appearances in singles and doubles play ... played 32 matches overall in 2009-10 despite dealing with a knee injury suffered in the fall tournament season ... played extensively in the spring as a sophomore and posted an 11-4 overall singles record in dual matches, including a 5-2 mark in SEC league play, which was tops on the team ... joined MSU as a highly touted recruit and played a major role for the Bulldogs as a freshman in 2008-09 ... opened his career playing as high as No. 2 in the MSU lineup and won four singles matches in his rookie campaign, including victories in each of the squad's first three home matches ... doubles is where he made his biggest impact, combining with two different teammates for an 8-3 spring record.
Attended Tec Mileno High School in Monterrey, Mexico.
Sanchez is the son of Jose' Luis Sanchez Ramos and Maria de Jesus Martinez... youngest of three with older brothers Jose, Luis and Alejandro.