Jose Fuenmayor
Jose Fuenmayor

Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Barranquilla, Colombia

High School:
Colegio Karl C. Parrish

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 185

Birthdate:
07/03/1986

Experience:
2VL



Jose Fuenmayor in Spring 2007: Records -- 1-2, 0-0 Big Ten; Doubles 5-9; 4-2 Big Ten
Lone dual singles win was over Washington's (Mo.) Charlie Howard at No. 6 singles, won 6-3, 6-1 ... Both singles defeats were to Western Michigan opponents at the season opening Boilermaker Invitational ... Played doubles with Eric Hodgman for a bulk of the season, posting an overall record of 4-8 and 3-2 vs. Big Ten opponents ... With Hodgman, defeated conference foes from No. 34 Minnesota, No. 19 Michigan and No. 66 Indiana; Purdue won the doubles point in all three of these duals ... Fuenmayor and Hodgman's 9-7 win vs. Michigan at No. 2 doubles was against the nation's 35th-ranked team of Ryan Heller and Andrew Mazlin ... With Paul Rose, defeated the No. 29 Wisconsin Badger team of Michael Dierberger and Michael Muskievicz at No. 3 doubles 9-8 (4)

Fuenmayor in Fall 2006: Records -- Singles : 2-2; Doubles: 3-1
Won two of three matches to start season at the Notre Dame/Tom Fallon Invitational, beating Takashi Yoshii of ND and Jorge Rodriguez of Ball State ... fell to Michigan State's Brendan Kinkopf in three sets at the Big Ten Singles Championships ... went undefeated (3-0) with partner Eric Hodgman at the Fallon Invite, defeating teams from Notre Dame, Ball State and Western Michigan.

Fuenmayor in 2005-06: Records -- Singles: 3-2 (0-0 Big Ten); Doubles: 3-10 (2-5 Big Ten) ... Only played singles during fall season; worked way into several doubles matches during the conference dual season. Did not play with Purdue as a freshman ... Teamed with five different individuals in doubles, playing mostly with Scott Warner ... Helped Purdue earn the doubles point over Northwestern, scoring a 9-8 win with Kelubia Mabatah over Marc Dwyer and Juan Gomes ... With Warner, recorded lone Purdue win against Minnesota, beating the No. 3 doubles pairing of Raoul Schwark and Mikey Kantar.

Fuenmayor Prior To Purdue: Ranked as high as No. 4 nationally in home country of Colombia ... Reached quarterfinals of the 2001 Columbian National Tournament ... Finalist in both singles and doubles at the 2001 Puerta del Sol National Tournament ... 2003 Doubles National Champion at Cali Tournament ... Once named Athlete of the Year by the Barranquilla Country Club ... In 2000, was the Boys champion at the Barranquilla Country Club annual tournament and reached the Boys finals of the Sanar Cup; was a Boys doubles finalist at the Pony Malta Cup.

Fuenmayor's Vitals: Given name is Jose Felipe Fuenmayor ... Born July 3, 1986 ... Parents are Rodrigo Fuenmayor and Elsie Betancourt ... Has two brothers Rodrigo and Gonzalo Fuenmayor ... Majoring in management.