As a Junior (2005): Named Second-Team All-Conference with a .306 batting average and 10 doubles...third on the team with 26 walks and 14 stolen bases...in conference play he hit .325 and was fourth with 21 RBI...led the team with 19 walk in A-Sun competition...second on the team with 21 multiple-hit games and added six multiple-RBI games...held a 12-game hitting streak...had six three-hit games during the year and a three-RBI game against Stetson on Mar. 25...carried a 12-game hitting streak during the season.
As a Sophomore (2004): Named First Team All-Conference after hitting .402 in conference play...missed the A-Sun Tournament after suffering from dehydration during the Mercer series...fourth on the team with 14 doubles, fifth with 43 RBI and 36 runs scored...finished with 160 assists to rank 10th in FAU history...had a season-high four hits on opening day against FAMU...secured a win over Bethune-Cookman (2/10) when he plated three runs on his first career triple in the top of the ninth inning...had back-to-back three RBI games against B-CC and Southern Illinois as he hit his second triple in as many games...led the team to a one-run win at Belmont with four RBI in a game that ended with an FAU triple play...finished with 17 multiple-hit and 12 multiple-RBI games.
As a Freshman (2003): Got the starting nod in the second game of the season against Bethune-Cookman before breaking his nose and missing two weeks...made 20 starts at shortstop...had a season-high two RBI against Bethune-Cookman and Eastern Michigan...his season-high three hits came in Coach Cooney's 700th career victory at Georgia Southern.
High School: Played for Robbie Zimmerman at Godby High School...a member of the 2001 state championship team that posted a 31-4 record...broke school records with a .628 on-base percentage and 50 runs scored...hit .485 with a team-leading five homers, 10 doubles and 28 stolen bases...named two-time All-State and three-time All-Big Bend Player of the Year.
Summer League: Played for the Tallahassee Baseball Club, where he was the batting and stolen base leader.
Personal: Social science major...son of Louis and Conni Fonseca...born Sept. 13, 1983, in England.