Nevada Senior who will once again be a backup point guard in his fourth year in the program ... Named to the 2012 WAC Academic team and recipient of the Nevada Athletics Department inaugural Give Back Like Jack Community Service Award for 2011-12. 2011-12: Played in a career-high 19 games and averaged 1.4 points in six minutes per game ... After walking on for the first two years he earned a scholarship for his junior season ... Named to the WAC Academic team ... Recipient of the Nevada Athletics Department inaugural Give Back Like Jack Community Service Award for 2011-12 ... In the season opener, scored seven points and played 20 minutes which are both career highs ... Made two-of-three field goals including one-of-two from behind the arc and both free throw attempts to total his seven points versus Missouri State ... Scored in eight of the 19 games in which he played ... Awarded third basketball letter. 2010-11: Played in five games his sophomore season and averaged 0.8 points and 0.2 assists in three minutes per game ... Scored four points at home versus San Jose State (2/5/11) to tie his then career-high making his only field goal attempt and two-of-three free throws ... Received second basketball letter. 2009-10: Saw limited action in his freshman year ... Played in nine games ... Averaged 0.8 points, 0.3 rebounds and 0.1 assists in 4.0 minutes per tilt ... Scored a season-high four points vs. South Dakota State (12/12/09) ...Made his first career three-pointer vs. Tulsa (12/23/09) ... Earned first basketball letter.
High School A 2009 graduate of Bishop Manogue High School in Reno ... Was a NIAA Top 10 Student-Athlete of the Year in 2008-09 ... Earned first-team All-North and All-Sierra League honors and third-team all-state accolades in basketball as a senior ... Was also an all-league selection in football (first-team defensive back and second-team wide receiver) ... Lettered four times in basketball and three times each in football and track and field ... Captained all three squads ... Averaged 16 points, four assists and four rebounds per game as a senior ... His career highs were 36 points and 12 rebounds in games his senior campaign ... Turned in 14 points, four assists and four rebounds per contest as a junior ... Also earned first-team all-region and all-league honors and third-team all-state honors in basketball, second-team all-league accolades in football and All-North laurels in track and field (high and triple jump) his junior year ... Was a member of the National Honor Society from 2006-09.
Personal Marketing major ... Son of George and Deborah Fuetsch of Reno ... Has an older sister, Rachel (25) ... His mother, Deborah, played tennis at Nevada from 1980-82 ...Lists starting at defensive back in the regional championship game as a sophomore as his most exciting sports moment so far ... Full name is Keith Seevers Fuetsch.