14 ALFRED DAVIS (1) Guard 6-0, 195, 22, 4/5/89, Junior Tacoma, WA COLLEGE: Transfer from Pierce CC … First-team Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges all-tournament selection as sophomore in 2010-11 … Helped Raiders to 23-7 record and title game of NWAACC playoffs, losing 80-76 to Peninsula ... Opened tourney with wins over Linn-Benton, 56-55; Bellevue, 92-91 in 3OT; and Big Bend, 76-65 … Averaged 11.6 points, 6.0 rebounds, 2.2 assists and team-leading 2.1 steals … Team captain and defensive award winner … Second-team NWAACC West Region all-star as freshman … Averaged 8.4 points, 5.0 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 1.6 steals on 17-11 squad … Team MVP and defensive POY… Also attended Bates Technical College. HIGH SCHOOL: Most improved award winner as senior at Lincoln High School … Scored 30 points vs. Wilson, a school record for a freshman. PERSONAL: Major is business management. DAMIEN FISHER (40) Forward 6-7, 235, 20, 6/24/91, Junior Fife, WA COLLEGE: Transfer from Centralia CC … Starter for Trailblazers … Averaged 16.0 points on 53 percent field-goal shooting and 8.0 rebounds … Inspirational award winner … Played in Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges Sophomore All- Star game, scoring 20 points and grabbing 6 rebounds … NWAACC Academic all-star with 3.98 (4.0 scale) grade point average … Averaged 6.5 points and 4.5 rebounds as freshman … Two-year letter winner. HIGH SCHOOL: Named first-team Nisqually League all-star for second straight year as senior at Fife High School … Helped Trojans to league championship, first district title in 22 years and sixth place at Class 2A state tournament … Averaged 14.0 points and 8.0 rebounds … Coaches award winner … Team MVP and most improved award winner as junior. Played on all-star team that toured England and Wales for two weeks in 2007 … As sophomore, played on team that got to state … Three-year letter winner … Also earned two letters in track … Was district shot put champion and placed fourth in javelin. PERSONAL: Major is exercise science.
ERIC FONGUE (33) (pronounced Phong-gay) Center 6-6, 215, 20, 2/15/91, Freshman Dietikon, Switzerland HIGH SCHOOL: Member of U16, U18 and U20 (twice) Swiss National teams, twice competing at European Championships … At 2011 tournament, had 13 points, 2 rebounds, 2 assists and 3 steals in 18 minutes played in loss to eventual champion Georgia … Named Player of the Game … Selected to Slowaky tourney all-star team in 2008 … In 2009-10, competed at Canary Islands (Spain) for Canarias Basketball Academy, and in 2010-11, played for BG Goettingen (Germany) and GC Zurich. PERSONAL: Plans to major in kinesiology - exercise science … Fluent in three languages (French, German and English) and learning a fourth (Spanish) … His brother, Thierry, is professional handball player, and another brother, Malcolm, was national champion in track (100 meters). 15