10 Frankie Eteuati
10 Frankie Eteuati
Height: 6-10
Weight: 190
Year: Junior
Hometown: Long Beach, CA
High School: Cathedral HS
Position: Forward

2011-12 Season (Sophomore)
Ended the season ranked fifth in the Big West Conference with 1.04 blocks per game ... Currently tied for sixth all-time with four blocked shots in one game (at UC Riverside, 1/2/12), seventh with 49 career blocks, and eighth with 28 blocks in a single season ... Recorded a team-high four blocked shots at UC Riverside (1/2/12) ... Led the team with 28 blocked shots ... Established a career high seven points at UC Irvine (2/25/12), then tied it four days later in the Matadors’ season finale at Cal State Fullerton (2/29/12) … Grabbed a season-high seven rebounds vs. Pacific (1/12/12), tying his career high … Competed in all but one of CSUN’s 28 games, and was named a starter on seven occasions.

2010-11 Season (Freshman)
CSUN's tallest player at 6-foot-10 ... Second on the team with 21 blocks (0.75 bpg, #8 in the BWC) ... Collected a season-high three blocks against DePaul (11/26/10), at Air Force (12/2/10) and at UC Irvine (1/27/11) ... Grabbed a season-high seven rebounds at Cal State Bakersfield (12/18/10).

Cathedral High School
Averaged 22 points, eight rebounds, five assists and two blocks per game during the 2009-10 campaign to help lead Cathedral High School in Los Angeles (Ca) to a 17-12 record ... Eteuati's scoring efforts included 42 points against Redondo Union High School, 38 points against Loyola of Los Angeles HS, 26 points against Taft HS and 25 points against Serra (Gardena) ... For his exceptional season, Eteuati gained first team All-League and All-CIF Southern Section honors ... Also an outstanding volleyball player who led his team to the playoffs during his senior and junior seasons.

Matador Memo
Born October 19, 1991 in Long Beach, Ca. ... Parents are Kari Faithful and Frankie Edwards ... Has five brothers (Rico, Isiah, Luke, Noa and Owen) ... Rates the Pittsburgh Steelers as his favorite team and defensive back Troy Polamau as his favorite player ... Favorite actor is Will Smith ... Likes to watch Scrubs and lists one of his favorite movies as Training Day ... Loves to eat tacos ... His favorite website is Eastbay.com ... Chose Cal State Northridge because of the coaches ... Frankie says the best thing about being a student-athlete is being in shape, but finds running the toughest part about being an athlete ... His pre-game ritual is to listen to Jill Scott ... If Frankie was NCAA president, he would give Reggie Bush his Heisman Trophy back ... The most famous person he has met is Bill Gates ... Would like to switch places with Rob Dyrdek ... If Frankie was forced to listen to one CD for the rest of his life, it would be Just Listen by Musiq Soulchild ... The best advice he ever received was "do what you do. Do it well. Know why you're doing it and believe in why you're doing it." ... The title of his autobiography would be Decisions ... Will Smith would play the part of Frankie Eteuati if a movie was made of his life ... Can't go a week without music ... His greatest hero is Rob Dyrdek, who he says gets to do what he loves for a living ... Would like to meet actress Sofia Vergara ... If he could change one thing about the world, it would be to end racism ... Child Development major.

Frankie Eteuati - Career Highs
Points - 7 (2 games)
Field Goals - 3 at UC Irvine (2/25/12)
3-Point Field Goals - 1 (3 games)
Free Throws - 3 vs. UC Irvine (2/5/11)
Rebounds - 7 (2 games)
Assists - 2 (5 games)
Blocks - 4 at UC Riverside (1/2/12)
Steals - 3 vs. Seattle (1/19/11)