2008-09 [Junior Season]
Named to the All-SLC singles first team at the No. 6 position... named SLC Player of the Week on one occasion... finished the season with 22 total wins in both singles and doubles... went 4-1 in conference action... posted a singles victory over No. 42 A&M-Corpus Christi... started the season winning five straight doubles matches... recorded a 12-10 doubles mark with teammates Jason Lateko, David Subirats and Brieuc Hamon... notched an 8-3 victory with Subirats over No. 75 University of New Orleans... collected wins in his final three conference singles and doubles matches.
2007-08 [Sophomore Season]
In his second season with the Mavericks, Bienzobas collected 22 total victories... notched a 12-10 overall record in doubles' competition, including a 10-7 mark with teammate Hugo Taracido in the No. 3 position in the lineup... finished with 10 wins in singles' competition, including a 4-2 mark in league play... captured five consecutive victories over Columbia, UTSA, Texas-Pan American, SE Louisiana and Lamar... handed Filip Miljevic of Illinois State a 7-6, 7-6 setback... captured five straight victories in doubles' competition with Taracido against Centenary, Cameron, UALR, Western New Mexico University and Sacramento State... posted five singles' victories in his final 10 games of the season... recorded back-to-back wins at the No. 5 position of the rotation against Centenary followed by a 7-5, 6-3 win over Cameron... collected a 8-7 victory oOklahoma... handed an 8-5 setback to Jose Zunino and Jaume Farras of No. 75 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi... garnered All-SLC first-team laurels at the No. 6 singles position.
2006-07 [Freshman Season]
Earned All-SLC second-team honors as the No. 6 single as a true freshman with a 14-9 overall record and 5-1 finish in league play... partnered with Daniel Omana to post an overall record of 9-10 and went 3-2 in conference matches... won 6-1 6-1 over Stuart Row of the No. 71 TCU team and 6-3 6-4 over No. 62 Central Florida's Danny Colon.
Prior to UTA
Was home schooled so he could dedicate more time to tennis... played ITF tournaments in Mexico, Argentina, Brazil and Peru.
Off The Court
Born on Sept. 28, 1986 in San Felipe, Chile... son of Ana Maria Mancilla and Rolando Bienzobas... undecided on his major.