#10 Joey Fuca
Pos: G
Height: 5-11
Weight: 180
Year: SR
Major: Communication
Parents: Joe & Debbie
Birthday: 1/27
Hometown: Danville, CA
High School: San Ramon Valley
2010-11: One of the GSAC's premier point guards returns for his final collegiate season with a sense of urgency and a commitment to go out strong…the club's undisputed leader, he'll be expected to mentor his teammates on and off the court…with an offensive upgrade at all the other spots on the floor, he won't have to carry as much of the scoring load…will be freed up to concentrate more on point responsibilities and still look to score in late-clock situations…has developed into a consistent scoring threat from all over, especially from behind the arc…runs the offense with authority and executes decisively in transition…should be a candidate for multiple post-season awards again. 

2009-10: Made the leap from serviceable point guard to one of the GSAC's elite at the position…his breakout season earned him a spot on the All-GSAC squad and an NCCAA first-team All-American nod…improved his numbers in virtually every area, setting career-bests in scoring average, three-point shooting percentage, free throw percentage, and assists…finished third in the GSAC in assists, three-point field goal percentage, and assist-to-turnover ratio…was fifth in free throw percentage and eighth in scoring average…tallied in double figures 21 times, highlighted by a career-high 30 points vs. Academy of Art on 11/21/09, going 9-11 from the field, and 10-11 from the line…scored 20 or more points five other times…hit a season-high four three-pointers at Azusa Pacific on 12/1/09 and at Biola on 1/19/20…dished out a career-high 10 assists vs. Holy Names on 12/18/09…had 13 other games with at least five assists…one of the conference's best rebounding guards, he grabbed five or more rebounds 10 times, including an eight-board effort vs. Montana Tech on 11/28/09. 

2008-09: Ran the point from the opening whistle and improved his play in every facet of the game…developed into a viable offensive threat and one of the conference's best rebounding guards while ratcheting up his defensive presence…paced the squad in assists (sixth in the GSAC) and steals (seventh in the GSAC)…had a trio of career-high, seven-assist outings…the first was in a win over eventual NCAA Division II national runner-up Cal Poly Pomona on 12/15/08 and the final one came in a loss to Concordia in a first-round GSAC Tournament tilt on 3/5/09…scored in double figures nine times…tossed in a career-high 19 points vs. Westmont on 2/14/09…grabbed a career-high nine rebounds vs. William Jessup on 11/8/08…had a pair of four-steal performances.

2007-08: First-year guard battled back from early-season inconsistency to earn a starting spot over the final 16 games…ran the point effectively in that span, averaging just under four assists per outing…finished second on the team in assists and led the squad in assists-to-turnover ratio (2.1:1)…dished out a season-high six assists twice, vs. Pt. Loma Nazarene on 1/12/08 and against California Baptist in a first-round GSAC Tournament tilt on 3/6/08…handed out five or more assists six times…scored a season-high 13 points against Whittier on 12/8/07.

San Ramon Valley HS: A three-year varsity starter for Coach John Raynor, the point guard led the Wolves to a pair of East Bay League titles…earned first-team all-league honors as a senior when he averaged 15ppg., shooting 46% from the field and 40% from behind the arc…dished out 4.6 assists per game and pulled down 4.5rpg…capped his prep career with an MVP performance at the Safeway Charities All-Star Basketball game, tossing in 23 points and leading the West squad to a 118-115 win over the East.