|High School:||Eastside Catholic HS|
2011 -- Played in all 24 games, making 22 starts and recording one goal and one assist ... Registered the game-winning goal in double overtime vs. Oregon State on Oct. 30, scoring in the 102nd minute.
2010 -- Sat out the season.
2009 -- Played in 14 games, making 10 starts ... Scored two goals with two assists ...Recorded the game-tying goal in the 2-1 win over UCSB in the NCAA third round and in the 1-1 tie with Oregon State ... Assisted on the winning goals against UC Davis and Sacramento State.
2008 -- Injuries cut his playing time during the season, but he played in 11 games with four starts ... Started at Wake Forest, vs. Indiana and Santa Clara and at Oregon State ... Made the most of his homecoming at Washington, scoring his first collegiate goal in a 2-0 win.
U.S. National Team --- Member of U.S. Beach Soccer National Team that placed second at the 2011 Miami Cup.
High School/Club -- Played three years at Eastside Catholic HS under coach Matt Potter before graduating a semester early and enrolling at UCLA in the Winter quarter of 2008 ... In his junior season, he earned first-team all-district honors after recording 11 assists and eight goals ... First-team all-league selection as a sophomore ... As a freshman, helped his team earn a State berth for the first time in school history ... Played club soccer for Crossfire Premier, which won the 2004 Manchester United Premier Cup and finished eighth at the Manchester United World Tournament.
Personal -- Describes his biggest athletic thrill as going to Germany and playing against youth professional teams ... Hobbies include watching football and listening to music ... Admires Liverpool's Fernando Torres and San Diego Charger LaDainian Tomlinson ... Parents: Fernando and Leticia Monge ... Has a sister, Dania ... Full name is Fernando Monge, Jr. ... Born March 11, 1990 in San Diego, CA ... Political Science major.