Fontenet and his brother, James Fontenet, were released from the Aggie basketball program on Monday, April 14.
Fontenet was a two-year starter at point guard under head coach Lou Hensen.
Fontenet had a solid sophomore campaign for NMSU, averaging 12.2 points per game while handing out 113 assists. He finishes his career at New Mexico State second in school free throw percentage with an 81 percent mark.
Fontenet shot 41 percent from the field, and 36 percent from beyond the 3-point arc, hitting 38-of-103 attempts.
NMSU Guard to Oregon State
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