The pair led the Lady Patriots to its sixth-straight conference title and a No. 1 state ranking for five consecutive weeks. As a result, Fonseca and Alvarez were named NJCAA All-Americans, bringing CF Volleyball's all-american total to seven. CF was only one of two schools to place two players on the NJCAA All-American list.
Just this past Wednesday the duo was also named to the AVCA NJCAA First and Second Team All-American list.
In addition to the AVCA and NJCAA's highest honor, Fonseca also received the state and conference's highest awards by being named Mid-Florida Conference and FCSAA Player of the Year. The first team all-state and all-conference selection finished the season Top 10 in total kills (322), recorded eight double-doubles and had five matches in which she recorded 15 or more kills. Fonseca notched a season-high 21 kills versus then No. 1 Hillsborough Community College and had a season-high 18 digs versus conference rivals Florida State College at Jacksonville (Oct. 13) and Santa Fe College (Nov. 5).
Alvarez came off a stellar freshman campaign in which she set the record for most kills or digs by a setter in a single match or season. The two-time NJCAA All-American earned FCSAA All-State and All-Tournament and MFC First Team All-Conference honors for a second year in a row. Alvarez finished the season with seven double-doubles and three triple-doubles, recording 20 or more assists in 17 matches and 10 or more kills in five matches as a setter. She notched a season-high 17 kills versus Palm Beach State College on September 10 and tallied a season-high 42 assists versus Santa Fe on October 25.