2004: ALL-GFWC SECOND TEAM... Started 5 of 9 games played... Compiled 28 total tackles (9 solo, 19 assists), including 8 tackles for losses of 26 yards... Led team with 5.0 sacks (23 yards)... Also credited for a pass break-up, a forced fumble (vs. Stephen F. Austin) and a fumble recovery (vs. Southern Utah)... Victimized Sacramento State with 4-2-6 tackles chart, including 3.0 sacks for 16 yards... Had season-best 9 tackles (1-8) at Cal Poly, including a half-sack.
2003: Started 4 games before succumbing to team's injury bug... Recorded 14 tackles (6 solo, 8 assists) including 7 for losses of 30 yards... Added 3.0 sacks for 23 yards... Credited for 3 TFLs against North Dakota State (13 yards) and Texas State (16 yards)... All 3 QB sacks were split between those two games... Posted 2-3-5 tackles chart in each of season's first two weekends... Blocked Steven Dietz' 27-yard field goal attempt at Texas State with 5:12 in 1st.
2001: Played in all 13 games as a freshman... Finished season with 47 tackles (13 solo, 34 assists)... Led team with 17 TFLs (6 solo, 11 assists) totalling 66 yards... Finished 2nd on Aggies (behind Steve Soares) with 8.0 sacks for 55 yards... Also batted down two passes and forced a fumble... Lone forced fumble was crucial - he and B.J. Brust teamed up on a sack of Cal St. Northridge's Marcus Brady on a 3rd-and-15 situation in the final minute, preserving the Aggies' 38-31 win.
SACRAMENTO CITY COLLEGE: Did not play.
KENNEDY HS '00: No information available.
PERSONAL: Born Aug. 24, 1982 in Sacramento, Calif.... Managerial economics major... Oldest child of William & Liliani Fatukala... Full name is Viliami Mosese Fatukala... Cousin of former Aggie linebacker Viliami Tuivai, now an assistant at Boise State.
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