Ramer returns for his sixth season in 2017-18 as the head women's golf coach. He is also the head men's golf coach.
The Mustangs placed second in the MAC Commonwealth championship in 2016-17, finishing 16 strokes behind Eastern. Junior Morgan Wirtz finished third to earn First Team All-Conference honors. Senior Emily Haas was named a WGCA All-American Scholar as well as a CoSIDA Academic All-American.
In 2015-16, Stevenson won its second straight Middle Atlantic Conference championship, outdistancing second place Eastern by 27 strokes. The Mustangs had three players named All-Conference while Ramer repeated as conference Coach of the Year. Stevenson made the program's second NCAA appearance, and junior Emily Haas repeated as the NCAA Elite 90 Award winner.
2014-15 saw Ramer named the MAC Coach of the Year after guiding the Mustangs to the conference title. Stevenson made its first-ever appearance in the NCAA Division III Women’s Golf Championship, finishing 18th in the country. After boasting the first All-Conference selection in 2014, the team followed it up with three in 2015, including the conference’s Player of the Year. The team also had the 2015 NCAA Elite 89 award winner.
During his tenure as the men's coach, Ramer has led the Mustangs to the MAC Commonwealth championship in 2013 and 2016 and CAC Championship in 2011 as well as appearances in the NCAA Division III Men's Golf Championship in 2007, 2013 and 2016. He is a four-time conference Coach of the Year on the men's side.
Ramer is a 1971 graduate of Towson. He and his wife, Jeannette, live in Towson and have three daughters, Nicole, Julia and Jessica.