WASHINGTON – The Catholic University of America senior point guard Bryson Fonville caps his men's basketball career with one of nation's highest honors, earning D3hoops.com All-America accolades. It is the second-straight year Fonville has been tabbed to the distinguished list.
Earning honorable mention status, Fonville is now part an elite club at Catholic, becoming just the fourth two-time All-American to play for the Cardinals. He joins Gene Horan '61, '62, Matt Hilleary '02, '03 and Jason Banzhaf '09, '10, '11. Fonville now gives the Cards 16 All-American awards in the history of the program.
Fonville was recently honored as a National Basketball Coaches Association (NABC) First Team All-District selection, as well as a D3hoops.com First Team All-Region honoree.
A 2015-16 preseason All-American, Fonville led the Cardinals to both a Landmark Regular-Season and Tournament Championships, securing an automatic berth into the 2016 NCAA Championship Tournament.
Last season's Landmark Player of the Year and 2015 All-America Third Team selection, Fonville earned All-Landmark First Team accolades for the third-consecutive season in 2016.
The senior point guard ranked second in the nation this year with 7.0 assists per game and was third in the Landmark with 18.5 points per game. His 33 points in the title game vs. No. 16 Susquehanna, secured CUA's NCAA postseason berth.
Fonville finishes his career with 1,649 career points, good for eighth all-time at Catholic University. His 613 total assists are also third-best in the history of the program.