When Raymond Lopez first joined the University of Nevada Ultimate team in the fall of 2015, he had some high school ultimate experience which helped him become an O-line handler as a freshman. That year, due to a lot of veteran injuries, Raymond had to step up and run the O-line offense by using his ability to throw dimes and not being a liability. He was one of the main reasons that, for the first time, the program reached Southwest Regionals.
After Raymond’s first year of college, he joined Bay Area Happy Cows who ended up getting 2nd at YCC. This later led him to return to his college career where he ran the O-line and the Nevada team to two more Regionals appearances where they finished 6th in 2018.
For his final year of college, Raymond turned it up even more and became one of the best players in the Southwest Region. He took any matchup that was against him and made them non-existent on defense.
Not only does Raymond bring it on the field, but off the field, you could ask any other team and hear that Raymond is one of the most spirited players you’ll ever play against. His good attitude and funny personality make him a presence you want to play against or just to be around.