Vinolas partnered with Yuki Asami and Karina Vyrlan in doubles, finishing 4-6 overall. Vinolas and Asami were 3-3 in No. 3 doubles. In singles play, Vinolas finished 7-7 with a 3-2 record in No. 4 singles.
Anna Ramos started her career of at Pacific competing in all but one match for the Tigers. She played singles matches at the No. 2, No.3 and No.4 spots and finished with an overall record of 6-9 and a WCC record of 1-5 with two matches going unfinished. She recorded her first ever collegiate win over Weber State to start off the 2016-17 campaign. In doubles, she partned with Sabrina Rodqiguez, Maayan Sela and Yuki Asami going 4-5 overall and 1-2 in the WCC. Her first doubles win came at the hands of Nevada at home winning 6-4 with Asami as her partner.
Ramos was ranked #77 in the women's individual rankings in all of Spain. The Spanish national has been playing tennis since she was seven years old, growing up in a family of athletes. Ramos' parents Leonor and Gusman, as well as her brothers Albert and Eduard, have all played tennis as well. In her free time, Ramos enjoys going out with her friends and family, watching movies, and listening to music.