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2010 SACRAMENTO STATE FOOTBALL HORNET FOOTBALL

2010 SCHEDULE

Sept. 4 at Stanford

Sept. 11 WESTERN OR EGON

TABLE OF CONTENTS General Information

Adam Herald.................20

Composite Schedule.......62

Quick Facts......................2

Support Staff.................21

Big Sky Conference......122

Media Information...........2

Bob Mattos Tribute..........22

This is Hornet Football......3 Hornet Stadium................4

The Players

Strength & Conditioning...5

Honors Candidates.........24

Gameday Experience.......6

Returners.......................33

2010 Roster.....................8

Midyear Transfers..........49

2010 Outlook................10

Newcomers...................51

Roster Breakdown..........13

2009 Year in Review Final Statistics................64 Box Scores.....................72 Big Sky Standings..........72 Big Sky Team Stats.........76 Big Sky Individual Stats...77 All-Big Sky Conference...78

Pronunciation Guide.......13

Opponents/ Big Sky Conference

The Coaches

Stanford........................56

Marshall Sperbeck.........14

Western Oregon............56

Anthony Parker..............16

Weber State...................57

Klayton Adams..............16

Montana.......................57

Lou Baiz........................17

Montana State...............58

Robby Case...................17

Northern Colorado.........58

Daniel DaPrato..............18

Eastern Washington.......58

Aaron Ingram................18

Northern Arizona..........59

Scoring/Kicking.............97

Jon Osterhout................19

Portland State................60

Return Records...............99

Steve Roberson..............20

Idaho State....................60

Yearly Leaders.............100

Greg Sasser...................20

UC Davis/Notes.............61

The Last Time...............101

Records, Results & Misc.

Sept. 18 WEBER STATE*

Coaching Fast Facts......102 Yearly Records.............103 Series Results...............106 All-Time Roster.............108 Hornets in the Pros.......114 Hall of Fame................116 FCS All-Americans.......117 Individual Honors.........120 Team Honors................121

University Info

Total Offense..................96

Sacramento State.........124 City of Sacramento.......126 Hornet Athletics............127 Academic Advising......128 Athletic Training...........128 President Gonzalez......129 Terry Wanless..............129 Hornet Head Coaches..130

All-Purpose....................96

Support Staff...............130

Team Records.................80 Passing Records.............84 Rushing Records.............87 Receiving Records..........90 Defensive Records..........93

Sept. 25 at Montana*

Oct. 2 Oct. 9

MONTANA STATE* NORTHERN COLO.*#

Oct. 23 at Eastern Wa shington*

Oct. 30 at Northern Ari zona*

Nov. 6 PORTLAND STA TE*

Nov. 13 at Idaho State*

Nov. 20 at UC Davis

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Credits

The 2010 Sacramento State football media guide was written, designed and edited by Media Relations Director Brian Berger. Assistance in editing provided by Assistance Media Relations Director Ryan Bjork, Steve Tebbs, Will Schilling and the Sacramento State football staff. Photographs not credited provided by Sam Parsons, Bob Solorio and Sacramento State media relations files. Sacramento information from Chamber of Commerce sources. Ricky Ray photo on page 86 courtesy of the Edmonton Eskimos. Aaron Garcia photo on page 86 taken by Brian Winkler/BBS WireImage.com. Lonie Paxton photo on page 3 courtesy of the Denver Broncos/Eric Bakke. Photo on page 121 used with permission from Mark Pfau and Tom Hanks.

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University Information

Sacramento State Athletics Media Relations Director (football): Brian Berger, (916) 278-4313 Assistant Director: Ryan Bjork, (916) 278-6896 Assistant Director: Joe Waltasti, (916) 278-6896 (916) 278-5429 (fax) (916) 278-5995 (Hornet Stadium Press Box)

Name Sacramento State Location Sacramento, Calif. Founded (Enrollment) 1947 (29,241) Nickname Hornets Colors Green & Gold President Dr. Alexander Gonzalez Director of Athletics Dr. Terry Wanless Faculty Athletics Rep. Dr. Steve Perez

Football Information

Classification NCAA Div. I Football Championship Subdivision Conference Big Sky Stadium, Cap. Hornet Stadium, 21,195 (Field Turf) Head Coach Marshall Sperbeck Overall Record 14-20 (3 years) Sacramento State Record Same Office Phone (916) 278-7053 2009 Overall Record 5-6 2009 Conference Record (finish) 4-4 (T4th) Starters Returning 13 (5 off./6 def./2 kick) Letterwinners Returning/Lost 42/24 Assistant Coaches Anthony Parker Klayton Adams Lou Baiz Robby Case Daniel DaPrato Aaron Ingram Jon Osterhout Steve Roberson Adam Herald Greg Sasser

Defensive Coordinator Offensive Line Linebackers Tight Ends Receivers/Special Teams Running Backs Defensive Line Defensive Backs Offensive Assistant Defensive Assistant

Strength, Medical and Training Staff Terrance Brooks Strength and Conditioning Adam Craft Asst. Strength and Conditioning Brandon Padilla Athletic Trainer Dr. Alan Hirahara Team Doctor Dr. Ronald Sockolov Team Doctor Dr. Harold Strauch Team Doctor Dr. Boris Ellyason Team Doctor Dr. Brian Davis Team Doctor Dr. Randy Davey Team Dentist Dr. Greg Heise Team Dentist Jaime Curtis Team Dentist Dr. Kyle Yamashiro Team Physical Therapist

CREDENTIALS - All credential requests must be made to the Sacramento State Athletics Media Relations office at least 24 hours before the start of the event. The press box is designed for working media only and accommodations will be made on a priority basis. Media is permitted to park in Lot 10 and credentials can be picked up at will call. INTERVIEWS - All player interviews outside of postgame or practice situations must be cleared through Hornet media relations or Coach Sperbeck. No interviews will be allowed during practice. Following games, Coach Sperbeck and selected players will be made available for interviews. RADIO TELEPHONE LINES - A courtesy phone line will be provided to a visiting team’s primary radio station broadcasting games from Hornet Stadium. All calls must be made collect or billed to a credit card.

Sacramento State athletics returns to KRJY 1240AM for the 2010-11 academic year. The relationship marks the fifth consecutive season that the station has served as the home of Sacramento State football and men’s basketball. In addition to covering all 11 of the Hornets’ regular season football games live this year, KRJY will also air all men’s basketball games. The broadcast team of Steve McElroy and Jason Ross return for their 14th-straight year as the radio “Voice of the Hornets.” McElroy will once again serve as the color commentator while Ross will be the Hornets’ play-by-play announcer. McElroy is the director of broadcast services for Sacramento State. In his role for the University, he is responsible for developing the radio contracts and helping generate sponsorships. Steve and his wife, Julie, have two sons, Trenton (10) and Jason (8). Ross also serves as the sports director at Sports 1140 KHTK and is also a member of the Sacramento Kings and Sacramento Monarchs broadcast teams. He and his wife, Alva, have an eight-year old son, Jackson.

DIRECTIONS TO HORNET STADIUM - Take Interstate 5 or Highway 99 to Highway 50 East to the “Power Inn Road/Howe Avenue” exit. Take the “Cal State Sacramento” offramp and turn left on College Town Drive. Proceed through two lights and turn left into Lot 10. From the east, exit at Howe Ave. Cross the intersection and take College Town Drive into the stadium. To reach the media parking lot from the J Street entrance, make the first available right and follow the road to the south side of campus. Media can enter the stadium through the designated gate.

Media Relations Facts

Office Phone (916) 278-6896 Fax Machine (916) 278-5429 Web site www.hornetsports.com Media Relations Director Brian Berger Office Phone (916) 278-4313 Cell Phone (916) 397-4325 Berger’s e-mail bwberger@csus.edu Assistant Media Relations Dir. Ryan Bjork Bjork’s e-mail rbjork@csus.edu Media Relations Assistant Joe Waltasti Press Box Phone (916) 278-5995

Hornetsports.com is the official web site of Sacramento State athletics. The site features up-to-date information regarding the team, including game notes, rosters, statistics and player and coaches bios. Live streaming audio of all football games and video streaming of Big Sky Conference games are also available via Hornetsports.com.

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State-of-the-Art Facilities

Sacramento State football moved into the Eli and Edythe Broad Fieldhouse (top) in the spring of 2008. The building features locker rooms, training and weight rooms, coaches offices and meeting spaces. The University also opened brand new dorms in 2009 and will debut a 150,000 square foot recreation and wellness center in September of 2010.

Against the Best

Sacramento State competes against some of the best teams in Div. I. Last year, the Hornets opened the season at UNLV and has future games scheduled against Stanford, Washington, Colorado and Arizona State. Sacramento State has also faced Cal, Oregon State, Boise State (the year it won the Fiesta Bowl), Nevada, Fresno State, New Mexico and UTEP over the last eight years.

The team’s 2009 Football Championship Subdivision opponents feature three playoff squads from a year ago. In fact, the Big Sky Conference has sent two teams to the Div. I FCS playoffs in 20 of the last 21 seasons.

In the Community

Hornet players are active in the community. The team has made frequent visits to the Shriner’s Children’s Hospital and is also represented on the Student-Athlete Advisory Council. This past spring, numerous members of the team volunteered at the Race for the Cure which benefits breast cancer research as well as helping feed the homeless.

In the Pros

Fifteen former Hornets have played in an NFL game, including current Denver Bronco and former New England Patriot Lonie Paxton (left) who has won three Super Bowls in his 10 years.

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With a brand new state-of-the-art playing surface, Hornet Stadium continues to evolve. This season will mark the 18th year of play for Sacramento State since the facility underwent the most dramatic renovation in Hornet athletic history. Since that change, numerous other improvements have been made to the stadium, which sits in the Alex G. Spanos Sports Complex. Most recently, a new field was installed by Field Turf in June of 2010. Along with the new turf, a high-capacity drainage system was also installed which will allow the Hornets to train on the field throughout the year. Underneath the Field Turf is a mixture of sand and a rubber infill which creates one of the fastest surfaces in all of collegiate sports. The stadium is also surrounded by two new facilities. The Broad Fieldhouse opened in 2008 and serves as the home to Sacramento State football and track. The Well will open its doors in September of 2010 and is a $77M campus recreation and wellness center. Other recent additions to Hornet Stadium include a new scoreboard — which is fully functional for both football and track and field — and new public entrances. Both projects were funded by Alex Spanos. Hornet Stadium currently seats 21,195, down from its original 26,000 capacity following the 1992 renovation. The stadium remains one of the largest in the Big Sky Conference. The stadium has also hosted several high-profile events outside of Hornet football. The U.S. Track and Field Olympic Trials took place in 2000 and 2004. The stadium has also hosted the 2003 2005, 2006 and 2007 NCAA Div. I Outdoor Track and Field Championships. In 2010, Hornet Stadium will, once again, become one of a small handful of stadiums in the country that are shared by a collegiate and professional football team. Previously, the Sacramento Surge of the World

League and the Sacramento Gold Miners of the Canadian Football League also played its home games on the Sacramento State campus. This season, the Sacramento Mountain Lions of the United Football League will make their debut. Following a historic agreement signed on December 15, 1991, Sacramento State and Surge owner Fred Anderson entered into a partnership that brought the eventual 1992 World League champions to Hornet Stadium. The renovation project was one of the most unique ever undertaken on an athletic facility in California. Construction began in early January of 1992. Just 10 weeks later, the 6,000-seat facility was transformed into a magnificent 26,000-seat stadium, featuring dramatic upgrades throughout the venue. The Surge hosted the Montreal Machine in a preseason game March 14, barely three months after the first shovel pierced dirt in January. Hornet Stadium hosted its first Hornet football game Sept. 5, 1992 against Montana State, the first Division I football opponent ever to play at Sacramento State. In addition to six Surge games in 1992, the stadium hosted a major concert for the first time when Phil Collins played before 20,000 fans in June.

Top 10 Hornet Attendances Date Sept. 18, 1999 Oct. 27, 2001 Nov. 21, 2009 Sept. 9, 2000 Sept. 20, 1997 Oct. 4, 2003 Sept. 1, 2001 Sept. 21, 2002 Oct. 6, 2001 Nov. 13, 1993

Opponent UC Davis UC Davis UC Davis Cal Poly UC Davis UC Davis Saint Mary’s Cal Poly Montana UC Davis

Attendance 20,993 17,328 17,127 16,557 15,650 15,403 15,173 14,651 13,586 13,137

Hornet Stadium Fast Facts Field Name: Fred Anderson Field (Dedicated during the 1999 season) Originally Built: 1969 Original Capacity: 6,000+ Renovated Capacity: 26,000 Current Capacity: 21,195 Playing Surface: FieldTurf (Installed June 2010) First Game: SAC vs. CS Northridge, 1969 CS Northridge 28 - SAC 24 Renovated: 1992 Post-Renovation Firsts First Event: Sacramento Surge vs. Montreal Machine Exhibition Game, March 14, 1992 First Sacramento State Game: SAC vs. Montana State (10-7 SAC win) September 5, 1992 Largest Crowd: 26,445 Sacramento Surge vs. Barcelona Dragons World League Playoffs, May 30, 1992 Largest Sacramento State Crowd: 20,993 SAC vs. UC Davis, September 18, 1999

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STRENGTH & CONDITIONING One of the biggest benefits to the Broad Fieldhouse is the nearly 6,000-foot weight room. The state-of-the-art facility features enough room for up to 50 student-athletes to train simultaneously and is three times larger than the previous location. Completed in May of 2008, the weight room has 10 Olympic platforms, a large dumbbell area, and numerous machine weights to help strengthen student-athletes. The facility also has equipment used for rehabilitation purposes. The weight room is also air conditioned and features a high performance sound system. Under the direction of Director of Strength & Conditioning Terrance Brooks, the strength and conditioning program has the following goals: To be the best physically prepared team each game; To be the best mentally prepared team each game; Prepare for each contest by matching workout tempo to pace of a game, sometimes at no-huddle pace; Emphasis is on ground based exercises: applying maximum amount of force through the ground as fast as possible to move quicker, run faster, jump higher, be stronger, be more explosive; Decrease the chance of injury; To learn to compete under adversity; To be winners on and off the field as a team and individually. To achieve these goals, Brooks has instituted a workout which focuses on flexibility, movement and strength. The flexibility portion works on moving the body through a full range of

Terrance Brooks

Adam Craft

Terrance Brooks is in his second year as the Director of Strength and Conditioning. Brooks came to Sacramento State in February of 2009 from Towson University and brings a wide variety of experience as he has worked in both the private and public sectors. He is also a certified strength and conditioning specialist by the National Strength and Conditioning Association and USA Weightlifting Club. A former Div. II first team All-American, Brooks played on the offensive line for Towson from 198184. He helped lead the Tigers to the NCAA Div. II quarterfinals as a junior and to the semifinals as a senior and was inducted into the school’s athletic hall of fame in 2001. Assistant strength and conditioning coach Adam Craft is in his first full-time season.

motion while movement consists of speed, agility, quickness and explosion.

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2010 SACRAMENTO STATE FOOTBALL 2010 ROSTER No. 1 2 3 No. Name, Pos. 4 95 Matt Agaiava, DL 5 29 Dexter Alcala, DB 6 42 Cody Allen, LB 7 44 Jeff Badger, LB 8 23 Robert Beale, DB 9 9 M. Bethel-Thompson, QB 10 11 David Black, WR 11 41 James Bobak, TE 12 80 Chris Broadnax, WR 13 14 6 Kyle Brooks, DB 15 40 Peter Buck, LB 19 Dominic Carmazzi, QB 16 17 86 Matt Carter, TE 18 84 Justin Chastain, WR 19 96 Christian Clark, DL 20 10 David Coleman, DL 21 90 Ben Cowger, DL 22 8 Jake Croxdale, RB 23 91 Todd Davis, DL 24 81 Chase Deadder, WR 25 75 Clay DePauw, OL 26 27 79 Nate Devan, OL 28 46 Chris Diniz, K/P 29 68 Jason Diniz, K/P 30 21 Ronald Douglas, RB 31 77 Nate Doverspike, OL 32 18 Tommy Edwards, QB 33 94 Trent Eskew, DL 34 48 Henry Fernandez, LB 35 55 William Fukofuka, LB 36 64 Aaron Gasper, OL 37 36 Eddie Gillies, DB 38 25 Deionte Gordon, DB 39 40 56 Duane Hanna, LB 41 76 Lars Hanson, OL 42 67 Jaren Harrell, OL 43 83 Reese Heaslet, TE 44 38 Augie Heath, K/P 45 17 John Hendershott, WR 46 34 Bryan Hilliard, RB 47 30 Sedale Hunter, RB 48 49 Damone Jackson, DB 49 89 Jemeryn Jenkins, WR 50 33 Nate Jones, DB 51 27 Taylor Kendall, DB 52 54 85 Jon Krebs, WR 55 99 Alesana Laban, DL 56 87 Dylan Lane, WR 60 39 Joe Larche, LB 62 16 Matt Larson, LB 64 62 Matt Lawrence, DL 65 47 DJ Maciel, TE 67

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Name Pos. Brandyn Reed WR Evander Wilkins DB Corey Sims DB Zach Schrader DB Pete Murdaca QB Kyle Brooks DB Kyle Monson DB Jake Croxdale RB McLeod Bethel-Thompson Q B David Coleman DL David Black WR Garrett Safron QB Morris Norrise WR Brett Willis WR Ronald Richardson WR Matt Larson WR John Hendershott WR Tommy Edwards QB Dominic Carmazzi QB Jay Reddic DB Ronald Douglas RB Corey Vanderbeek DB Robert Beale DB Sam McCowan RB Deionte Gordon DB Curtis Shaw RB Taylor Kendall DB Dana Willis DB Dexter Alcala DB Sedale Hunter DB Markell Williams DB Osagie Odiase DB Nate Jones DB Bryan Hilliard RB Terrence McDonald DB Eddie Gillies DB Marquese Smith DB Augie Heath K/P Joe Larche DB Peter Buck LB James Bobak TE Cody Allen LB Jarred Pereira DL Jeff Badger LB Stephen Tezanos-Pinto RB Chris Diniz K/P DJ Maciel TE Henry Fernandez LB Damone Jackson DB John Taylor OL Avery White DL Randey Peterson LB Josiah Marshall LB William Fukofuka DL Duane Hanna LB Matt Shinn OL Matt Lawrence DL Aaron Gasper OL Vince Weaver OL Jaren Harrell OL

Ht. 6-4 5-7 5-9 6-1 6-1 5-9 5-6 5-6 6-3 6-2 6-5 6-1 6-0 6-3 5-10 6-2 6-2 6-0 6-2 5-7 5-11 5-9 6-0 5-7 6-0 5-11 5-9 6-0 5-10 6-0 5-9 5-10 5-9 5-11 6-0 6-0 5-9 5-11 6-0 6-0 6-2 6-0 5-11 5-11 6-0 5-9 6-4 5-11 6-0 6-3 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-3 6-0 6-3 5-10 6-1 6-5 6-3

Wt. 185 175 165 195 210 180 170 190 230 220 190 190 170 215 210 200 195 175 205 170 190 175 170 170 200 195 195 180 175 180 175 170 185 205 190 170 185 175 205 225 235 235 235 230 230 195 255 205 200 285 245 190 190 290 190 285 260 285 280 285

Cl. Exp. Sr. 1V Jr. 2V Fr. HS Sr. 1V Jr. JC Fr. HS Jr. JC Jr. 2V Sr. 2V Jr. 2V Fr. HS Fr. HS Fr. RS Sr. 2V Sr. 3V Sr. 1V Sr. 1V So. TR Fr. RS Sr. 1V Fr. HS Fr. HS Fr. RS So. 1V Jr. 2V Jr. TR Jr. JC Sr. 1V Fr. HS Fr. HS Fr. RS Fr. RS Sr. 1V Jr. 2V Fr. HS Fr. HS Jr. 2V Jr. 1V Jr. JC Sr. 3V So. 1V Fr. RS Sr. 1V So. 1V Jr. JC Sr. 1V Fr. RS Fr. HS Jr. 2V Jr. 2V So. 1V Fr. HS Fr. HS Fr. HS Fr. HS Fr. RS So. 1V So. 1V So. 1V Sr. TR

Hometown/Previous School Windsor, Calif./Santa Rosa JC Sacramento, Calif./Florin HS Upland, Calif./Upland HS Issaquah, Wash./Western Washington Lodi, Calif./San Joaquin Delta JC Palmdale, Calif./Quartz Hill HS Saugus, Calif./Grossmont JC Napa, Calif./Napa HS San Francisco, Calif./UCLA Palmdale, Calif./Palmdale HS Piedmont, Calif./Piedmont HS Santa Monica, Calif./Santa Monica HS Berkeley, Calif./Berkeley HS Bakersfield, Calif./Colorado State Sacramento, Calif./Grant HS Santa Rosa, Calif./Santa Rosa JC Concord, Calif./Diablo Valley JC Sherman Oaks, Calif./The Citadel Sacramento, Calif./Jesuit HS Rancho Cordova, Calif./American River JC Rialto, Calif./Chaffey HS Granite Bay, Calif./Granite Bay HS Turlock, Calif./Pitman HS Oxnard, Calif./Oxnard HS Seaside, Calif./Seaside HS Stockton, Calif./Washington Fairfield, Calif./Solano JC Sacramento, Calif./Sierra JC Tracy, Calif./West HS Elk Grove, Calif./Monterey Trail HS Vacaville, Calif./Vacaville HS Santa Fe Springs, Calif./St. Paul HS Sacramento, Calif./Sacramento City JC Sacramento, Calif./Laguna Creek HS Stockton, Calif./Cesar Chaves HS Oakland, Calif./Oakland Tech HS Sacramento, Calif./Jesuit HS Chico, Calif./Butte JC Hayward, Calif./Gavilan JC Vacaville, Calif./Vacaville HS Roseville, Calif./Oakmont HS Rohnert Park, Calif./Rancho Cotate HS American Canyon, Calif./Santa Rosa JC Windsor, Calif./Cardinal Newman HS Sacramento, Calif./Sacramento City JC Escalon, Calif./San Joaquin Delta JC Hanford, Calif./Hanford HS Oxnard, Calif./Oxnard HS Sacramento, Calif./West Campus HS Stockton, Calif./Franklin HS Manteca, Calif./Sierra HS Vacaville, Calif./Vanden HS Compton, Calif./Compton HS San Leandro, Calif./San Lorenzo HS Guadalupe, Calif./Nipomo HS Alta Loma, Calif./Los Osos HS Patterson, Calif./Central Catholic HS San Leandro, Calif./Bishop O’Dowd HS Petaluma, Calif./Casa Grande HS Quartz Hill, Calif./Hofstra

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Name Jason Diniz Maika Maumau Julio Regla Dustin Pfaff Devonte Martin Tyler Worthley Derek Stickney Clay DePauw Lars Hanson Nate Doverspike Dylan Woodfill Nate Devan Chris Broadnax Chase Deadder Brian McKeon Reese Heaslet Justin Chastain Jon Krebs Matt Carter Dylan Lane Marques White Jemeryn Jenkins Ben Cowger Todd Davis Marcus Mullins Trent Eskew Matt Agaiava Christian Clark Salesi Maumau Zack Nash Alesana Laban Andrew Roots JJ Williams

Pos. K/P OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL WR WR TE TE WR WR TE WR DL WR DL DL DL DL DL DL TE DL DL DL DB

Ht. 5-9 6-2 6-0 5-11 6-3 6-3 6-7 6-3 6-8 6-5 6-5 6-5 6-3 6-4 6-4 6-3 6-0 6-4 6-2 6-2 6-2 6-0 6-4 6-1 6-3 6-3 6-0 6-2 6-1 6-3 6-1 6-1 5-7

Wt. 180 280 310 270 330 320 300 280 260 275 250 285 205 220 235 250 205 215 220 195 245 190 220 225 245 225 285 270 240 250 295 240 165

Head Coach: Marshall Sperbeck, 4th Season Assistant Coaches: Anthony Parker, Defensive Coordinator Klayton Adams, Offensive Line Lou Baiz, Linebackers Robby Case, Tight Ends Daniel DaPrato, Wide Receivers/Special Teams Aaron Ingram, Running Backs Jon Osterhout, Defensive Line/Recruiting Steve Roberson, Defensive Backs Greg Sasser, Defensive Assistant Adam Herald, Offensive Assistant

Cl. Exp. Fr. HS Jr. 2V Fr. HS Jr. 1V Fr. HS Fr. RS Fr. HS So. 1V Fr. HS Jr. 2V Fr. HS Fr. HS Fr. HS Jr. 2V So. 1V So. 1V Jr. JC Sr. 1V Sr. 1V Sr. 3V Fr. HS Fr. HS Fr. HS Fr. HS Jr. JC Fr. HS Jr. RS Sr. 3V Sr. 1V Jr. 2V So. 1V Fr. HS Jr. TR

Hometown/Previous School Escalon, Calif./Escalon HS Elk Grove, Calif./Franklin HS Bakersfield, Calif./South HS Manteca, Calif./Modesto JC Fresno, Calif./Fresno HS Dublin, Calif./Dublin HS Placentia, Calif./El Dorado HS Crows Landing, Calif./Central Catholic HS Bermuda Dunes, Calif./Palm Desert HS Carmichael, Calif./Del Campo HS Wilton, Calif./Pleasant Grove HS Temecula, Calif./Chaparral HS Vacaville, Calif./Vanden HS Modesto, Calif./Central Catholic HS Santa Clara, Calif./Archbishop Mitty HS Petaluma, Calif./Casa Grande HS Auburn, Calif./Sierra JC Galt, Calif./Sacramento City JC Chico, Calif./Butte JC Rocklin, Calif./Rocklin HS Folsom, Calif./Vista Del Lago HS Adelanto, Calif./Silverado HS Madera, Calif./Liberty HS Palmdale, Calif./Paraclete HS Los Angeles, Calif./Glendale JC Bakersfield, Calif./Liberty HS Lynwood, Calif./Cerritos JC Los Angeles, Calif./Palisades Charter HS Elk Grove, Calif./Sacramento City JC Vacaville, Calif./Vacaville HS Sacramento, Calif./Grant HS Fiddletown, Calif./Union Mine HS Temecula, Calif./Illinois State

Alphabetical Roster No. 54 72 69 97 24 35 82 7 93 5 98 13 32 43 52 71 20 1 70 15 12 4 26 60 3 37 74 50 45 22 65 51 88 2 31 14 28 78 73

Name, Pos. Josiah Marshall, LB Devonte Martin, OL Maika Maumau, OL Salesi Maumau, DL Sam McCowan, RB Terrence McDonald, DB Brian McKeon, TE Kyle Monson, DB Marcus Mullins, DL Pete Murdaca, QB Zack Nash, DL Morris Norrise, WR Osagie Odiase, DB Jarred Pereira, LB Randey Peterson, LB Dustin Pfaff, OL Jay Reddic, DB Brandyn Reed, WR Julio Regla, OL Ronald Richardson, WR Andrew Roots, DL Garrett Safron, QB Zach Schrader, DB Curtis Shaw, RB Matt Shinn, OL Corey Sims, DB Marquese Smith, DB Derek Stickney, OL John Taylor, OL S. Tezanos-Pinto, RB Corey Vanderbeek, DB Vince Weaver, OL Avery White, DL Marques White, TE Evander Wilkins, RB JJ Williams, DB Markell Williams, DB Brett Willis, WR Dana Willis, DB Dylan Woodfill, OL Tyler Worthley, OL

Support Staff: Jeff Shuman, Director of Operations Terrance Brooks, Strength & Conditioning Brandon Padilla, Athletic Trainer Katy Logaburn, Administrative Assistant

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2010 SACRAMENTO STATE FOOTBALL SEASON OUTLOOK Its safe to say things are changing around Sacramento State football. A brand new playing surface is surrounded by the two-year old Broad Athletic Fieldhouse to the south and the sparkling new Recreation and Wellness Center to the north. Throw in the American River Commons appartment-style dorms which opened in 2009 and not much is the same for the Hornets. The buildings are not the only things evolving on campus. Hornet head coach Marshall Sperbeck has reinvigorated the football program and community in his three seasons at the helm. The Hornets have won five more games than the previous three seasons before Sperbeck and are coming off a year in which the team ranked third in the conference and 31st nationally in average attendance. While the progress has been rewarding, the team is not content to remain in the middle of the pack. With 13 returning starters and the Football Championship Subdivision playoffs expanded to 20 teams, Sacramento State has its eyes set on the postseason. To get to the FCS playoffs, the Hornets will have to fight their way through another tough schedule. The regular season begins on Sept. 4 when Sacramento State makes the short trip to Stanford to face the Cardinal for the first time in program history. The home portion of the schedule gets under way the following weekend when Western Oregon comes to Hornet Stadium for the first game on the new field turf. From that point, the Hornets turn their attention to Big Sky Conference play. A pivotal early season matchup against Weber State will take place at home on Sept. 18. The team will then travel to national runner-up Montana on Sept. 25 before returning home for back-to-back games against Montana State and Northern Colorado. With four of its first six games at home, the back half the schedule takes the team on the road for all but one game. Sacramento State will face its third

WHAT THE HORNETS RETURN

OFFENSE Category.................................Pct. of 2009 Total Rushing Yards......................... 60.4 (810/1341) Passing Yards.......................... 32.0 (802/2509) Receiving Yards..................... 93.7 (2352/2509) Total Offense Yards............... 41.9 (1612/3850) All-Purpose Yards.................. 87.6 (4576/5226) Scoring.................................... 84.7 (232/274) DEFENSE Category.................................Pct. of 2009 Total Tackles..................................... 61.4 (513/836) Tackles-for-Loss.......................... 71.0 (35.5/50) Sacks........................................ 79.5 (17.5/22) Interceptions................................... 80.0 (8/10) Pass Breakups............................... 55.2 (16/29) Fumble Recoveries............................. 28.6 (2/7) Fumbles Forced................................. 83.3 (5/6) SPECIAL TEAMS Category.................................Pct. of 2009 Total Field Goals................................. 100.0 (12/12) Extra Points................................. 100.0 (31/31) Punt Return Yards........................ 100.0 (76/76) Kickoff Return Yards.............. 99.8 (1083/1085) Punting Yards...................... 100.0 (2067/2067)

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playoff team from a year ago when it travels to Eastern Washington on Oct. 23. A game at Northern Arizona is followed by the home finale against Portland State on Nov. 6. The Hornets end conference play at Idaho State on Nov. 13 and then close the regular season at UC Davis for the annual Causeway Classic.

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• Senior McLeod Bethel-Thompson returns for his third season with the team and enters the fall as the projected starter. Last year, Bethel-Thompson started a pair of games and came on in relief in four others. • Redshirt freshman Dominic Carmazzi is the only other QB on the roster that was with the team in 2009. A local product, Carmazzi prepped at Jesuit High School. • Junior college transfer Pete Murdaca transferred in the spring and will contend for playing time. Murdaca most recently played at San Joaquin Delta JC in Stockton, Calif., where he was the team MVP. • Tommy Edwards has FCS experience but will have to sit out this season due to NCAA transfer rules. Edwards played the 2009 season at The Citadel and was named to the Southern Conference all-freshman

team after passing for 588 yards and six touchdowns in four games. • True freshman Garrett Safron completes the newcomers. Safron prepped at Santa Monica High School and was a first team all-Ocean League selection as a senior. • The team will be looking to replace Jason Smith who was the opening day starter the past three seasons. Smith retired from football following the 2009 season due to injuries. During his career, he threw for 5,357 yards and 32 touchdowns which ranks second in school history.

RUNNING BACKS Returning Letterwinners 8 Jake Croxdale 24 Sam McCowan 34 Bryan Hilliard

Jr. So. Jr.

5-6 5-7 5-11

190 170 205

• The trio of Croxdale, McCowan and Hilliard have combined for 11 100-yard games in their careers. • McCowan is the leading returning rusher from a year ago, amassing 344 yards and four touchdowns. The Oxnard, Calif., native helped Sacramento State knock off No. 21 Northern Arizona with 130 yards and a touchdown on 27 carries.

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2010 SACRAMENTO STATE FOOTBALL SEASON OUTLOOK • Croxdale rushed for 199 yards and three touchdowns in five games. The Napa, Calif., native missed part of the year after having surgery to repair a broken bone in his hand. • Hilliard redshirted in 2009 after having surgery on both shoulders. Hilliard returned to action during the spring and is the projected starter. As a sophomore in 2008, Hilliard was a second team all-Big Sky selection after rushing for 1,082 yards and 19 touchdowns. • Hilliard enters the season ranked sixth in school history with 1,908 career rushing yards. Another 1,000-yard season would move him into third place. He also needs six touchdowns to move into a tie for fourth in Hornet history and 11 to tie for second. • Newcomers Curtis Shaw and Ronald Douglas give the team five options at running back. • Shaw transferred from Washington following the spring semester and returns to his native Northern California. The 5-11, 195-pounder finished third in the state of California in the 100-meter dash as a senior in high school with a time of 10.54 seconds. • As a senior at Lincoln High School in Stockton, Calif., Shaw was ranked as the fourth-best running back in California by Rivals.com. • Stephen Tezanos-Pinto will provide some extra size at the position. The transfer from Sacramento City College stands at 6-feet, 230-pounds and played running back for the Hornets during the spring. While at SCC, he played for former Hornet Dannie Walker. • Douglas comes form Chaffey High School in Ontario, Calif. As a senior in 2009, he ranked third in the state in rushing with 2,671 yards.

WIDE RECEIVERS

Returning Letterwinners 1 Brandyn Reed 14 Brett Willis 15 Ronald Richardson 16 Matt Larson 17 John Hendershott 81 Chase Deadder 85 Jon Krebs 87 Dylan Lane

Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr.

6-4 6-3 5-10 6-2 6-2 6-4 6-4 6-2

185 215 210 200 195 220 215 195

• Easily the most experienced position group on the roster, the Hornets boast eight returning letterwinners at receiver. The group combined to catch 349 of the 361 completed passes in 2009. • Reed was a preseason all-Big Sky selection after earning second team honors a year ago. The senior led the team with 46 receptions, 731 yards and seven touchdowns. • Over the final four games of the year, Reed compiled 338 yards and five touchdowns. • Lane earned honorable mention all-Big Sky honors for the first time in his career. The Rocklin, Calif., native caught 40 passes for 409 yards and three touchdowns to set career highs in each category. • Hendershott led the Big Sky with an average of 26.1 yards per kick return. He also had a pair of 100-yard receiving games during his first season with the team. • Deadder returns after missing all of last year with a broken clavicle. In 2008, Deadder caught 21 passes for 358 yards and a TD. • Willis showed a knack for the end zone in 2009, scoring three touchdowns on eight receptions. The senior will switch to number 14 in 2010 after wearing 88 the past two seasons.

OFFENSIVE LINE

Returning Letterwinners 50 John Taylor 64 Aaron Gasper 65 Vince Weaver 69 Maika Maumau 75 Clay DePauw 77 Nate Doverspike

Brandyn Reed

• Richardson was the only player to return a punt a year ago. He also doubled his career total with 19 receptions for 187 yards. • Krebs moves to the outside after playing tight end last season and in the spring. The senior has shown the ability to get open in the middle of the field. • New to the rotation this year with be redshirt freshman Morris Norrise. The Berkeley High School graduate was the Hornets’ offensive scout team player of the year in 2009. • The other newcomers are comprised of Justin Chastain and Jemeryn Jenkins. Chastain transferred from nearby Sierra JC while Jenkins is a converted high school quarterback from Adelanto, Calif.

TIGHT ENDS

Returning Letterwinners 41 James Bobak 82 Brian McKeon 83 Reese Heaslet 86 Matt Carter 97 Salesi Maumau

So. So. So. Sr. Jr.

6-2 6-4 6-3 6-2 6-1

235 235 250 220 240

• The Hornet roster features six tight ends, including four returning letterwinners, but the group has combined to catch just one pass in their careers. • Carter is the lone player of the group to see time at tight end during a game in 2009. The JC transfer caught a pass for nine yards at Northern Colorado. • Maumau moved to tight end prior to spring ball after playing linebacker in 2009. • McKeon and Heaslet were both on the defensive line but switched sides of the ball. Heaslet tallied three tackles, including one for loss, and also had an interception. • Bobak will likely serve as the team’s long snapper on kicks and punts. • Redshirt freshman DJ Maciel will add to the mix. Maciel caught 38 passes for 478 yards as a high school senior.

Jr. So. So. Jr. So. Jr.

6-3 6-1 6-5 6-2 6-3 6-5

285 285 280 280 280 275

• Taylor enters the season having started all 23 games of his career at center. • Doverspike joined Taylor as the only linemen to start every game last year. Doverspike played tight end for the Hornets in 2008 before moving to tackle. • Weaver is the only other member of the group to start a game, earning the nod against Weber State at tackle. • Maumau moved to the offensive line midway through spring ball. He played his first two seasons at defensive tackle. • Jaren Harrell will add immediate help to the line which lost three starters. Harrell transferred in the spring from Hofstra after the Pride discontinued football. The California native started at center each of the last two years, • Matt Shinn, Dustin Pfaff and Tyler Worthley all redshirted last season. • The true freshmen will be comprised of Julio Regla, Devonte Martin, Lars Hanson, Dylan Woodfill and Nate Devan.

DEFENSIVE LINE

Returning Letterwinners 10 David Coleman 43 Jarred Pereira 51 Avery White 62 Matt Lawrence 96 Christian Clark 98 Zack Nash 99 Alesana Laban

Jr. Sr. So. So. Sr. Jr. So.

6-2 5-11 6-1 5-10 6-2 6-3 6-1

220 235 245 260 270 250 295

• Clark is the most decorated defensive lineman in the Big Sky heading into the season. The senior was one of 20 players to be named to the Buck Buchanan watch list. The award is given to the top defensive player in the FCS.

Christian Clark

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Returning Letterwinners 40 Peter Buck 44 Jeff Badger

Zack Nash

• Clark has also been named a preseason All-American by The Sports Network and was a preseason all-Big Sky selection. • As a junior, Clark tallied 44 total tackles, including 15.5 for loss. He also had 10.0 sacks and forced a fumble. His four sacks against Northern Arizona set the school record. • The Los Angeles native enters the year tied for fifth in school history in career sacks (16.0) and is sixth in career TFLs (25.5). Clark needs four sacks to become just the third player in school history to record 20 career sacks. • Nash is a two-time Big Sky honorable mention selection. In 2009, he was credited with 34 tackles, including 2.5 for loss. The Vacaville, Calif., native started all nine games in which he appeared. • Coleman and Pereira each moved to the defensive front after playing linebacker a year ago. The move is the latest for Coleman who began his career as a quarterback in 2007. He then moved to defensive back later that season before shifting to linebacker in 2008. Last year, Coleman recorded 33 tackles while playing in all 11 games. • Pereira earned two starts at middle linebacker in his first season with the team. He finished the year with 22 tackles and forced a fumble. • White is a versatile player who can also play linebacker. As a redshirt freshman in 2009, he had 25 tackles, including 5.5 for loss. • Laban and Lawrence each spent time on the interior of the line during their freshman season. The two combined for 12 total tackles. • JC transfer Matt Agaiava is expected to contend for a starting role at defensive tackle. Agaiava was with the team last season but redshirted. The 6-foot, 270-pounder last played at Cerritos JC. • Marcus Mullins, a JC transfer from Glendale JC, will be joined by true freshmen William Fukofuka, Marques White, Ben Cowger, Todd Davis and Trent Eskew.

Sr. So.

6-0 5-11

225 230

• One of the biggest question marks for the team will come at linebacker where only two letterwinners return. • Buck was the lone regular of the group, playing in all 11 games, starting six. Buck finished the season with 80 tackles and enters the year with 178 career stops. That number places him 17th in school history. The Vacaville, Calif., native needs 32 tackles in 2010 to move into the top 10 in school history. • Badger saw playing time as a true freshman but most of it was on the offensive side of the ball. A two-way standout in high school, Badger began his collegiate career as a linebacker. However, as injuries continued to mount for Hornet running backs, he was pressed into action late in the 2009 season. Badger responded by rushing for 75 yards and a touchdown in the win at Northern Colorado. • Redshirt freshman Cody Allen is the only other linebacker who was with the team in 2009. Allen was named the Hornets’ defensive scout team player of the year during his redshirt campaign. • True freshmen Henry Fernandez, Randey Peterson, Josiah Marshall and Duane Hanna could also have the opportunity to play during their first collegiate season.

DEFENSIVE BACKS Returning Letterwinners 2 Evander Wilkins 4 Zach Schrader 20 Jay Reddic 25 Deionte Gordon 28 Dana Willis 33 Nate Jones 37 Marquese Smith

four interceptions in his first season at Sacramento State. He came to the Hornets when Div. II Western Washington discontinued its program. • Gordon battled through a nagging shoulder injury all season to record 80 total tackles. The Seaside, Calif., native enters the year tied for 20th in school history with 156 career stops. • Smith has started games in both of his previous seasons. Last year, he returned an interception against Idaho State 83 yards for a touchdown. • Wilkins made his defensive debut during the spring. The Sacramento native has seen time at running back during the past three seasons where he has amassed 589 career yards. After suffering separate knee injuries the last two years, Wilkins was granted another season of eligibility by the NCAA. • Reddic, Willis and Jones all saw time during their first season with the team and will fight for additional time in 2010. Willis led the trio with 22 total tackles. • Redshirt freshmen Osagie Odiase, Corey Vanderbeek, Robert Beale and Markell Williams return for their second seasons with the team. • Kyle Monson is the most likely of the newcomers to make an immediate impact. Monson transferred in the spring from Grossmont JC where he was an All-American. The cornerback began his collegiate career at Arizona. • The other newcomers consist of Corey Sims, Kyle Brooks, Taylor Kendall, Dexter Alcala, Sedale Hunter, Terrance McDonald, Eddie Gillies and Joe Larche.

SPECIAL TEAMS Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr.

5-7 6-1 5-7 6-0 6-0 5-9 5-9

175 195 170 200 180 185 185

• With three returning starters from a year ago, the secondary has just one open starting job heading into the year. Safeties Zach Schrader and Deionte Gordon started all 11 games while Marquese Smith earned the job for the final nine games on the corner. • Schrader became the first Hornet to earn the Big Sky Newcomer of the Year award. He was also a second team all-Big Sky selection and was voted to the league’s preseason team. • Schrader led the team with 103 total tackles and

Returning Letterwinners 38 Augie Heath 46 Chris Diniz

Jr. Sr.

5-11 5-9

175 195

• Sacramento State returns both specialists from a year. The pair each earned all-Big Sky honors as Heath was a second team selection and Diniz honorable mention. • Heath was also a preseason all-Big Sky choice for 2010. Last season, he averaged 39.0 yards per punt and placed 15 of his 53 punts inside the 20-yard line. The junior was a two-time Big Sky Special Teams Player of the Week. • One of Heath’s biggest plays came in the win over No. 21 Northern Arizona when he rushed for an 18yard gain and a first down on a fake punt. • Diniz enjoyed one of the finest seasons ever by a Hornet kicker. The senior made 12-of-13 field goal attempts to set the school single-season record for accuracy at 92.3 percent. • Diniz’s season long was 52 yards at Montana State which tied him for second in school history. • The pair will likely back each other up at their respective positions. However, true freshman Jason Diniz (Chris’ younger brother) will also be on the roster. • Curtis Shaw, John Hendershott, Ronald Richardson and Sam McCowan could all be used as punt and kick returners. • McLeod Bethel-Thompson served as the team’s holder for all 11 games in 2010.

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2010 SACRAMENTO STATE FOOTBALL ROSTER BREAKDOWN (Listed in numerical order by position)

Offense

Quarterbacks 5 Pete Murdaca (6-1, 195, Sr.) 9 McLeod Bethel-Thompson (6-3, 230, Sr.) 12 Garrett Safron (6-1, 190, Fr.) 18 Tommy Edwards (6-0, 175, So.) 19 Dominic Carmazzi (6-2, 205, Fr.) Running Backs 8 Jake Croxdale (5-6, 190, Jr.) 21 Ronald Douglas (5-11, 190, Fr.) 24 Sam McCowan (5-7, 170, Fr.) 26 Curtis Shaw (5-11, 195, Jr.) 34 Bryan Hilliard (5-11, 205, Jr.) 45 Stephen Tezanos-Pinto (6-0, 230, Jr.) Wide Receivers 1 Brandyn Reed (6-4, 185, Sr.) 11 David Black (6-5, 190, Fr.) 13 Morris Norrise (6-0, 170, Fr.) 14 Brett Willis (6-3, 215, Sr.) 15 Ron Richardson (5-10, 210, Sr.) 16 Matt Larson (6-2, 200, Sr.) 17 John Hendershott (6-2, 195, Sr.) 80 Chris Broadnax (6-3, 205, Fr.) 81 Chase Deadder (6-4, 220, Jr.) 84 Justin Chastain (6-0, 205, Jr.) 85 Jon Krebs (6-4, 215, Sr.) 87 Dylan Lane (6-2, 195, Sr.) 89 Jemeryn Jenkins (6-0, 190, Fr.) Tackles 74 Derek Stickney (6-7, 300, Fr.) 75 Clay DePauw (6-3, 280, So.) 76 Lars Hanson (6-8, 260, Fr.) 77 Nate Doverspike (6-5, 275, Jr.) 78 Dylan Woodfill (6-5, 250, Fr.) 79 Nate Devan (6-5, 285, Fr.) Guards 50 John Taylor (6-3, 285, Jr.) 64 Aaron Gasper (6-1, 285, So.) 65 Vince Weaver (6-5, 280, So.) 69 Maika Maumau (6-2, 280, Jr.) 72 Devonte Martin (6-3, 345, Fr.) 73 Tyler Worthley (6-3, 320, Fr.) Centers 60 Matt Shinn (6-3, 285, Fr.) 67 Jaren Harrell (6-3, 285, Sr.) 70 Julio Regla (6-0, 310, Fr.) 71 Dustin Pfaff (5-11, 270, Jr.) Tight Ends 41 James Bobak (6-2, 235, So.) 47 DJ Maciel (6-4, 255, Fr.) 82 Brian McKeon (6-4, 235, So.) 83 Reese Heaslet (6-3, 250, So.) 86 Matt Carter (6-2, 220, Sr.) 97 Salesi Maumau (6-1, 240, Sr.)

Defense

Defensive Ends 10 David Coleman (6-2, 220, Jr.) 43 Jared Pereira (5-11, 235, Sr.) 51 Avery White (6-1, 245, So.) 88 Marques White (6-2, 245, Fr.) 90 Ben Cowger (6-4, 220, Fr.) 91 Todd Davis (6-1, 225, Fr.) 93 Marcus Mullins (6-3, 245, Jr.) 94 Trent Eskew (6-3, 225, Fr.) 98 Zack Nash (6-3, 250, Jr.) Defensive Tackles 62 Matt Lawrence (5-10, 260, So.) 95 Matt Agaiava (6-0, 285, Jr.) 96 Christian Clark (6-2, 270, Sr.) 99 Alesana Laban (6-1, 295, So.) Strong-Side Linebackers 40 Peter Buck (6-0, 225, Sr.) 48 Henry Fernandez (5-11, 205, Fr.) Middle Linebackers 44 Jeff Badger (5-11, 230, So.) 56 Duane Hanna (6-0, 190, Fr.) Weak-Side Linebackers 42 Cody Allen (6-0, 235, Fr.) 52 Randey Peterson (6-1, 190, Fr.) 54 Josiah Marshall (6-1, 190, Fr.) Cornerbacks 3 Corey Sims (5-9, 165, Fr.) 7 Kyle Monson (5-6, 170, Jr.) 20 Jay Reddic (5-7, 170, Sr.) 22 Corey Vanderbeek (5-9, 175, Fr.) 32 Osagie Odiase (5-10, 170, Fr.) 33 Nate Jones (5-9, 185, Sr.) 36 Eddie Gillies (6-0, 170, Fr.) 37 Marquese Smith (5-9, 185, Jr.) Safeties 4 Zach Schrader (6-1, 195, Sr.) 23 Robert Beale (6-0, 170, Fr.) 25 Deionte Gordon (6-0, 200, Jr.) 27 Taylor Kendall (5-9, 195, Jr.) 28 Dana Willis (6-0, 180, Sr.) 29 Dexter Alcala (5-10, 175, Fr.) 35 Terrence McDonald (6-0, 190, Fr.) 39 Joe Larche (6-0, 205, Jr.) 49 Damone Jackson (6-0, 200, Jr.) Nickelbacks 2 Evander Wilkins (5-7, 175, Jr.) 6 Kyle Brooks (5-9, 180, Fr.) 30 Sedale Hunter (6-0, 180, Fr.) 31 Markell Williams (5-9, 175, Fr.)

Special Teams

Kicker/Punter 38 Augie Heath (5-11, 175, Jr.) 46 Chris Diniz (5-9, 195, Sr.) 68 Jason Diniz (5-9, 180, Fr.)

Hornet Facts Pronunciation Guide

Matt Agaiava ONG-guy-ah-vuh McLeod Bethel-Thompson muh-CLOUD James Bobak BO-bak Chase Deadder DEE-add-der Clay DePauw de-PAW Chris Diniz dih-NIZ William Fukofuka FOO-ko-foo-kuh Deionte Gordon DEE-on-tay Jaren Harrell huh-RELL Reese Heaslet HAYS-let Jemeryn Jenkins juh-MAIR-in Alesana Laban all-uh-SAH-nuh LAY-bin Joe Larche lar-SHAY Maika Maumau MY-kuh MOW-MOW Salesi Maumau suh-LESS-ee Pete Murdaca murd-DAH-cuh Morris Norisse nor-EESS Osagie Odiase o-SAW-gey o-DEE-ah-see Dustin Pfaff FAFF Marques White Mar-cus

Career Starts

Current Offense ’09 Streak Career McLeod Bethel-Thompson 2 2 4 Jeff Badger 1 1 1 Matt Carter 1 1 1 Jake Croxdale 1 --- 2 Chase Deadder 0 --- 3 Nate Doverspike 10 10 10 John Hendershott 4 --- 4 Bryan Hilliard 0 --- 14 Jon Krebs 2 --- 2 Dylan Lane 10 10 17 Matt Larson 3 --- 3 Sam McCowan 1 --- 1 Brandyn Reed 4 1 4 Ron Richardson 6 1 13 John Taylor 10 22 22 Vince Weaver 1 --- 1 Brett Willis 1 --- 2 Current Defense ’09 Streak Career Peter Buck 7 3 20 Christian Clark 10 22 22 David Coleman 1 --- 3 Deionte Gordon 10 22 22 Nate Jones 1 --- 1 Zack Nash 8 --- 19 Jared Pereira 2 --- 2 Zach Schrader 10 10 10 Marquese Smith 8 8 10 Avery White 4 --- 4 Evander Wilkins 4 --- 7 Current Specialists ’09 Streak Career Diniz 10 10 10 A. Heath 10 10 10 Note: A start is credited to the 11 offensive and 11 defensive players that play on their unit’s first play of the game.

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MARSHALL SPERBECK Head Coach | Fourth Year Nevada, ’84

PERSONAL Hometown Sacramento, Calif. Birthdate May 19, 1960 Spouse Kelle Children Brooke (17) Thomas (15) Ally (13) Education B.S. Physical Education, ’84 Master in Education, ‘89

PLAYING EXPERIENCE Nevada Quarterback 1981-82

COACHING EXPERIENCE Foothill College Assistant Coach 1985 Offensive Coordinator 1986-91 Head Coach 1992-2006 Sacramento State Head Coach 2007-present

Marshall Sperbeck is entering his fourth year as the Sacramento State head coach. Sperbeck was hired to lead the Hornets on Jan. 13, 2007 and became the ninth head coach in school history. No coach in school history has won more games overall or in conference in their first three seasons than Sperbeck. His overall and conference winning percentages also rank him second in program history through three seasons, trailing only legendary head coach Ray Clemons. Sperbeck’s transformation of the program began to show in 2008 when the team posted the second most victories in the school’s Div. I-AA/FCS era. Sacramento State also set team records on both sides of the ball and had three players named first team all-Big Sky. The Hornet offense was sparked by wide receiver Tony Washington who set a school record with 83 receptions and was named third team All-America. In all, 12 Sacramento State players earned all-conference accolades. Despite having to start three different quarterbacks during the season due to injury, the Hornets ended the year ranked in the top half of several Big Sky offensive categories. On the defensive side of the ball, the team was ranked 14th nationally against the run and set the school record by allowing just 97.25 yards per game. In 2009, Sperbeck had 10 members of his team earn all-Big Sky honors, raising his total of 35 during his career. Among those honored were defensive tackle Christian Clark who was named second team All-America by The Sports Network. Safety Zach Schrader was also picked as the Big Sky Newcomer of the Year, becoming the first Hornet to earn the award. Sacramento State closed its season strongly, winning three of its final four games. During that span, the Hornets averaged 30.8 points per game and also earned victories over No. 21 Northern Arizona and UC Davis. The 31-28 victory over the Aggies gave the team its second consecutive Causeway Classic title. Off the field, Sacramento State has also had great success. In the 2009-10 school year, the football program posted its highest team grade point average in school history. Sperbeck has also seen numerous players earn their bachelor’s degree in his tenure. That graduation rate has been key to seeing the team continually raise its annual Academic Progress Rate (APR) score. Prior to coming to Sacramento State, Sperbeck was the head football coach at Foothill College in Los Altos, Calif., for 15 years. During that time, he produced a 109-53 overall record and led the Owls to 11 bowl games. In his final season, Foothill was 10-1 overall and tied for the Northern California Football Association title. The team played in the Silicon Valley Bowl and downed Sierra JC, 24-0.

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2010 SACRAMENTO STATE FOOTBALL THE COACHES In 2006, Foothill was one of the top offensive teams in the state with Sperbeck calling the plays. The Owls led all California Junior Colleges with 478.8 yards per game. Foothill also ranked at the top of the list with 590.2 allpurpose yards per game, 7.2 yards per play and 9.6 yards per pass attempt. The Owls were also second in the state with 58 touchdowns and 42.8 points per game. The respect for Sperbeck by his assistant coaches was evidenced when three of his assistants from Foothill came to Sacramento State as members of the coaching staff, including two who worked side-by-side with Sperbeck coaching the offense. Overall, his team had winning seasons in his final 13 seasons and went on to win the last eight bowl games which they appeared.

Sperbeck’s players also left Foothill ready to continue their collegiate careers regardless of their football ability as 86 percent of the sophomore football players transferred to four-year institutions. That said, Foothill also produced numerous players that earned football scholarships, averaging 11 per year since 1998. A native of Sacramento, Sperbeck graduated from Valley High School. He later played at the University of Nevada from 1981-82 and led the team to a pair of winning seasons while throwing for 3,425 yards. Following college, he had two stints in NFL training camps before joining the Foothill JC staff as an assistant coach in 1985. He coached the quarterbacks and receivers and was later elevated to offensive coordinator before becoming head coach in 1992. Sperbeck earned a bachelor’s of science degree in physical education from Nevada in 1984 and later added a master’s of education from United States International in 1989. Marshall and his wife, Kelle, have three children: Brooke (17), Thomas (15), and Ally (13).

WHAT THEY’RE SAYING ABOUT

SPERBECK

“Marshall is as good of a coach as there is out there. His record speaks for itself. When you can get it done the way he has at Foothill Junior College, I have no doubt he will be very successful at Sacramento State.” Chris Peterson, Head Coach Boise State “Marshall Sperbeck is exactly what Sacramento State needs. He is a quality coach with a great work ethic and an excellent football mind. More importantly, his character is impeccable. I’m confident that Marshall will bring credibility to the football program and be a very positive asset for the University.” Chris Ault, Head Coach Nevada “I have known Marshall for the past 15 years and through our discussions, I have always respected his knowledge of the game of football. His teams are well prepared and his leadership is evident in the way his Foothill teams have performed.” John Elway Hall of Fame Quarterback & Super Bowl MVP “I have known Marshall for at least 30 years – he played for me at Valley (High School). I saw him go through the ranks and helped him prepare for college and beyond. I can tell you he is one of the hardest working coaches I’ve ever come across. I have seen him mature as a person and as a coach and think enough of him to have sent a son to Los Altos; not just for the football aspect but because he is a great role model. “I am glad to see Sacramento State went in this direction. He will do well, both in the win/loss category as well as getting community support.” Dave Hoskins, Former Co-Head Coach Elk Grove High School

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ANTHONY PARKER Defensive Coordinator 2nd Year Boise State, ‘07 Anthony Parker enters his first season as the Hornets’ defensive coordinator and his second with the staff. In his first season at Sacramento State, Parker oversaw the team’s defensive backs and was also the special teams coordinator. In that role, he coached safety Zach Schrader to Big Sky Newcomer Conference of the Year honors as well as being named second team all-conference. Parker also coached four other Hornets to standout seasons on special teams. Punter Augie Heath was a second team all-Big Sky choice while kicker Chris Diniz and special teams player John Feaster were named honorable mention. Along with those three, John Hendershott averaged over 26 yards per kick return to lead the league. Parker came to the Hornets from Boise State where he assisted the program for four seasons. He began his tenure with the Broncos as a student manager during the 2005 and 2006 seasons. Parker was then named a graduate assistant in 2007 and 2008 where he worked with the defensive line and also nickel backs. During his time at BSU, the team posted a 44-8 overall record and advanced to a bowl game each season. The highlight came in 2006 when Boise State finished the year 13-0, including an overtime victory over Oklahoma in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. Ironically, the Broncos began that year with a victory over Sacramento State. Prior to joining the Boise State program, Parker was high school coach in the Sacramento area. He was the defensive backs coach and pass-defense coordinator at Del Oro High School in Loomis, Calif., from 2002-04. While at Del Oro, he helped coach the Golden Eagles to a berth in the Sac-Joaquin Section Div. II championship game in 2004. During that season, Del Oro led the Sierra Foothill League in interceptions and also allowed the fewest points. In 2002, Parker coordinated a pass defense which led the Sacramento area with 20 interceptions. Parker also coached at Rocklin High School in 2000 and 2001. While there, he served as the defensive backs coach for a unit which led the league in scoring defense and allowed just 32.9 passing yards per game.

A Northern California native, Parker graduated from Del Oro HS in 1992. He then spent four years in the United States Marine Corps before attending Sierra College in Rocklin, Calif., where he played both defensive back and wide receiver. He earned a bachelor’s degree in social science from Boise State in 2007. He and his wife, Trisha, were married in July of 2007. The couple welcomed their son, Bodie, in October of 2009. Recruiting Area: All high schools and junior colleges in the North Bay up to the Oregon border.

KLAYTON ADAMS Offensive Line 2nd Year Boise State, ‘04 Klayton Adams is entering his second season at Sacramento State. Adams will coach the team’s offensive linemen in 2010 after leading the tight ends and tackles last season. Adams came to the Hornets after coaching stints at Boise State and Western Washington. A native of Sacramento, he prepped at Sheldon High School where he was named second team all-metro as a senior and was twice selected all-Delta League. Adams went on to play two seasons at American River College and was a first team all-Mid Empire Conference and second team all-Northern California selection as a sophomore. Adams continued his career at Boise State as a walk-on offensive lineman during his junior season. He made his first career start in the PlainsCapital Fort Worth Bowl against Texas Christian. The following year, he anchored the Broncos’ offensive line and was named second team all-Western Athletic Conference at center. Following his playing career, Adams joined the Boise State coaching staff where he primarily worked with the offensive line. In 2006, BSU posted a 130 overall record, won the WAC title, and upset seventh-ranked Oklahoma in the Fiesta Bowl. For the past two years, Adams was the offensive line coach at Western Washington. He added the responsibility as the team’s Run Game Coordinator in 2008. Adams graduated from Boise State in 2004 with a degree in mass communications/journalism. He and his wife, Stefani, reside in Sacramento. The couple are parents to a daughter, Mya, who was born in 2010. Recruiting Area: All high schools and junior colleges in Stockton, Tracy, and the I-80 corridor.

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LOU BAIZ Linebackers 17th Year Sacramento State, ‘91 The longest tenured football coach in the Big Sky Conference, Lou Baiz is in his 17th season as a Hornet assistant. A former Hornet linebacker, Baiz has primarily coached on the defensive side of the ball and has also worked as the team’s financial aid liaison and assistant head coach. In 2010, Baiz will return to coach the Hornet linebackers. During his time at Sacramento State, 32 of his players have earned all-Big Sky honors. That list includes five players who earned the honor last season. He has also coached six All-Americans (Ryland Wickman, Anthony Daisley, Matt Logue, Cyrus Mulitalo (3x), Brent Webber and Mike Brannon) and 12 Big Sky all-academic selections. Baiz also served as the team’s defensive coordinator from 2006-09. In his first year, he guided a unit which was one of the most effective in the Big Sky. Among the eight players that were named all-conference were a pair of linebackers who were taught directly by Baiz. Mulitalo earned honorable mention All-America honors after recording a team-high 120 tackles, including 11.5 for loss. Safety Brent Webber was also named third team All-America after ranking second in Div. I-AA with six interceptions. The following year, the team had eight players named all-Big Sky. Mulitalo and Brannon also garnered All-America honors from The Sports Network. In 2008, Sacramento State led the Big Sky in rushing defense after allowing just 99.1 yards per game against conference foes. The team also ranked second in total defense, giving up 353.8 yards per game in Big Sky play. Individually, Mulitalo and Brannon each earned honorable mention All-America honors and defensive tackle Dallas Mauga joined the two on the all-Big Sky first team. After one season of working with the defensive ends, Baiz returned to coaching the linebackers in 2004. Under his watch, both Jimmy Ellingson and Logue were named second team all-Big Sky. Ellingson ended the season with 132 total tackles while Logue tallied 89 to rank as the team’s top two tacklers. In 2005, Logue totaled 105 tackles and was named the co-Big Sky Defensive Player of the Year. Baiz spent three years working in the San Diego State program as a graduate assistant before joining the Sacramento State staff in 1994. A native of Clare-

mont, Calif., Baiz worked with the offensive line, tight ends and linebackers in his time at San Diego State. The 1991 Aztecs finished 8-4 and earned a berth in the Freedom Bowl. The Most Inspirational Player for Sacramento State in 1990, Baiz joined the Hornets in 1988 from Citrus College and was a standout linebacker for strong prep teams at Claremont High School. He graduated from Sacramento State in 1991 with a degree in social science. Baiz added a master’s degree in recreation administration from Sacramento State in June of 1999. He and his wife, Brooke, are the parents of 6-year old twins, Reece and Shea. Recruiting Area: All high schools and junior colleges in Southern California.

ROBBY CASE Offensive Tackles/Tight Ends 2nd Year Fresno State, ‘07 The newest full-time member of the staff is Robby Case who will coach the team’s tight ends and tackles. Case spent last season as an offensive assistant with the Hornets where he worked primarily with the receivers. In that role, Case mentored second team all-Big Sky selection Brandyn Reed, honorable mention receiver Dylan Lane and John Hendershott. Case served as the receivers coach at Chadron State in 2008 before coming to the Hornets. That season, the Eagles posted an 11-2 overall record and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Div. II playoffs. Chadron State also had a prolific offense which averaged 368.0 yards per game. Case coached one of the team’s top offensive threats in Brandon Harrington. The freshman caught a school-record 82 passes for 899 yards and nine touchdowns and earned all-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference honors. Prior to working with at Chadron State, Case was a student assistant at Fresno State in 2007, where he coached the receivers. With the Bulldogs, he worked under offensive coordinator Jim McElwain (currently the OC at Alabama) and was part of a team which faced Georgia Tech in the Roady’s Humanitarian Bowl. A native of the Sacramento area, Case is a 2003 graduate of Galt High School. He played football for the Warriors as a left tackle, earning all-conference honors as well as serving as a captain. He graduated from Fresno State in 2007. Recruiting Area: All high schools and junior colleges in the San Joaquin Valley area.

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DANIEL DAPRATO Wide Receivers/Special Teams Coordinator 4th Year Louisiana-Monroe, ‘04 Daniel DaPrato enters his fourth season as Sacramento State’s wide receivers coach and his first as the special teams coordinator. During his time with the Hornets, DaPrato has coached five receivers to all-Big Sky honors. Last season, Brandyn Reed was named to the second team while Dylan Lane earned honorable mention honors. Reed led the team with seven touchdowns and 731 yards. He peaked at the end of the season, catching five touchdowns in the final four games of the year. Lane also enjoyed the best season of his career, grabbing 40 passes for 409 yards and three touchdowns. In 2008, DaPrato guided Tony Washington to arguably the single greatest receiving season in school history. Washington set the school record with 83 receptions and 1,279 receiving yards and is second in school history with 12 touchdown receptions. His TD total only trails Mike Carter’s mark of 14 which came in 1969. Following the year, Washington was named third team All-America by The Sports Network and first team all-Big Sky. During the 2007 season, DaPrato coached Washington and Ryan Coogler to honorable mention all-Big Sky accolades. Coogler led the team with 38 receptions for 507 yards while Washington finished with 29 grabs for 414 yards. While those two players earned the honor, DaPrato coached six players who caught at least 10 passes and six who had at least one receiving touchdown. Prior to coming to Sacramento State, DaPrato spent five seasons as a member of the Louisiana-Monroe football program. DaPrato came to the Indians in the spring of 2002 as a junior college transfer from Chabot College in Hayward, Calif. As a player, DaPrato played two seasons at quarterback for the Indians, his senior season under first-year head coach Charlie Weatherbie. DaPrato had key starts against Mississippi, Kansas State and Auburn, with his best game coming against Louisiana-Lafayette in 2003 where he led the team to a 45-42 win. In that game, DaPrato came off the bench to complete all three of his passes in the second half for 66 yards and also rushed twice for 33 yards. After graduating in 2004 with a bachelor’s degree in health and human performance, DaPrato joined the Indians coaching staff as the offensive graduate assistant. He also served as the director of football operations for ULM in 2006. In 2005, he was a member of the staff which posted a 5-6 record despite playing three schools from Bowl Championship Series conferences, including Georgia and

Arkansas. That year, the offense averaged over 350 yards per game and was led by quarterback Steven Jyles who threw for 203.2 yards per game. As the team’s director of football operations in 2006, DaPrato was responsible for all team travel as well as managing the day-to-day activities of the office. He also was the school’s recruiting coordinator. Originally from West Sacramento, DaPrato graduated with a master’s of education degree in instructional technology from Louisiana-Monroe. DaPrato and his wife Giovanna were married in June of 2010. Recruiting Area: All high schools and junior colleges between Modesto and Merced and east into the Mother Lode as well as the Central Coast.

AARON INGRAM Running Backs 4th Year Aaron Ingram is in his fourth year as the running backs coach at Sacramento State. Since joining the staff, Ingram has coached a group which has averaged 157.4 yards per game in 2007 — the most for a Hornets team since 2000 — and 148.9 yards per game in 2008. He has also tutored Bryan Hilliard to a pair of all-Big Sky honors. In 2009, Ingram used four different starting running backs and had three of them rush for at least 100 yards in a game. The group combined to average 121.9 yards per game and scored 14 touchdowns. During his first season with the team, Hilliard rushed for 826 yards and seven touchdowns despite playing just nine games during the year. He also ended the year strong, rushing for at least 100 yards in each of the final three games, including a 243-yard, three-touchdown effort against Idaho State in season finale. Junior Travon Jones was also a pivotal part to the 2007 team. In 2008, Ingram used a three-back attack which featured Hilliard, Evander Wilkins and Jake Croxdale. The trio combined for 1,853 yards and 14 rushing touchdowns. Hilliard led the way with 1,082 yards and 12 touchdowns in his 10 games. Following the year, he was named second team all-Big Sky. Prior to coming to Sacramento State, Ingram spent three seasons as the running backs coach at Foothill College in Los Altos, Calif.

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2010 SACRAMENTO STATE FOOTBALL THE COACHES A veteran offensive coach, Ingram was the quarterbacks coach at San Jose City College from Dec. 2002-Dec. 2004 before moving to Foothill. He also had stints as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Washington High School in Fremont (Dec. 2001-Dec. 2002), the receivers and tight ends coach at Fresno City College (March 1999-Dec. 2001) and the running backs and quarterbacks coach back at Washington High School (Dec. 1994-Mar. 1999). While at Fresno City College, the Rams posted a 29-1 overall record in three years and advanced to three consecutive bowl games. The team led the nation in scoring each season and had nine former players go on to play in the NFL. As an assistant at FCC, Ingram worked closely with current Detroit Lion running back Maurice Morris. At Fresno City, Morris set national JC records of 4,487 allpurpose yards and 3,708 yards rushing on 593 carries. Ingram is the latest member of his family to coach at Washington HS. His grandfather, Jim, was the longtime head coach while his father, Michael, coached the offensive line. Ingram graduated from Washington High School in Fremont in 1991 and played at Cal State Hayward until the program was discontinued in 1994. He and his wife, Jamie, were married in June of 2008. Recruiting Area: All high schools and junior colleges in the East Bay.

JON OSTERHOUT Defensive Line/Recruiting Coordinator 9th Year Sacramento State, ‘04 Former Sacramento State All-American Jon Osterhout continues as the team’s defensive line coach. Osterhout, who is in his second tenure on the Hornet coaching staff, returned to the program in March of 2008. Osterhout spent the previous two years as a graduate assistant at Nebraska after coaching the Hornets for six seasons. Along with coaching the defensive line, Osterhout took over as the team’s recruiting coordinator in the spring of 2009 and saw his first recruiting class ranked the second best in the Football Championship Subdivision by Rivals.com. In 2008, Osterhout’s impact on the line was directly felt as the team limited the opposition to just 97.2 yards per game. That total was the lowest in the Big Sky, the best in the school’s Div. I-AA/FCS era, and the second best all-time in Hornet history. The defensive line also proved to be strong against the pass, tallying 31 sacks on the season. Individually, sophomore Christian Clark and freshman Zack Nash each earned honorable mention all-Big Sky honors. This past season, Osterhout coached Clark to second team All-America honors by The Sports Network. The defensive tackle recorded 15.0 tackles-for-loss which ranks third in school single-season history. Along with Clark, defensive end Kevin Moore earned all-Big Sky honors. While at Nebraska, Osterhout worked extensively with the defensive line. In 2007, he assisted as the Huskers broke in four new starters on the defensive front. In his first year at NU, Osterhout helped develop a unit that included 2006 Big 12 Defensive Lineman of the Year Adam Carriker, who was selected as the 13th overall pick in the first round of the 2007 NFL Draft by the St. Louis Rams, and Jay Moore, who was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers in the fourth round. He also mentored Ndamukong Suh for two years. As a senior in 2009, Suh became one of the most decorated defensive players in college football history. He won numerous awards including the Associated Press College Football Player of the Year Award, Bronko Nagurski Trophy, Chuck Bednarik Award, Lombardi Award and Outland Trophy. He was also a finalist for the Heisman Trophy, finishing fourth. Osterhout spent four of his six years on the Hornet coaching staff as the team’s defensive line coach. He also served as camp director for two years and handled all the preparation for the team’s successful high school camps. He began coaching the defensive line in 2002 and under his leadership, Sacramento State allowed nearly 90 fewer rushing yards per game and had 12 more quarterback sacks. That same season, defensive linemen Eric Broden, Bilal Watkins and Brad Osterhout (his brother) each were named honorable mention all-Big Sky.

Two years later, the defense set the school’s FCS/Div. I-AA era record with 33 sacks during the season. Nearly one third of that total came from defensive end Jacob Houston who earned second team all-Big Sky honors. Osterhout continued the unit’s progress the following year and saw two of his players (Mike Brannon and Walter Brock) earn honorable mention all-Big Sky honors. As a player, Osterhout starred for the Hornets from 1995-99. During that span, he played nearly every position on the offensive line and was integral in helping Charles Roberts shatter numerous school, Big Sky and national records. Following his senior season, Osterhout was a first-team All-America and signed a free agent contract with the Washington Redskins. Osterhout is regarded as one of the toughest players ever to wear a Hornet uniform as he started on the offensive line in each of his four active seasons. He was also a two-time all-Big Sky Conference selection and was the team’s captain, most valuable player and most inspirational players as a senior. He was one of nine players inducted to the school’s football hall of fame in May 2008. A native of Roseville, Calif., Osterhout was a football and baseball star at Oakmont High School. In football, he was a first team all-Capital Athletic League selection and a second team all-Metro pick by the Sacramento Bee as a senior. After retiring from professional football, Osterhout returned to Sacramento State and coached the Hornet tight ends during the 2000 season. Osterhout graduated from Sacramento State with a degree in communication studies. He married former Hornet volleyball player Alison Gahr in the summer of 2005 and the couple welcomed their first son, Hudson, in April of 2008. Recruiting Area: All high schools and junior colleges from Bakersfield to Fresno.

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STEVE ROBERSON

GREG SASSER

Defensive Backs 7th Year Sacramento State, ‘05

Defensive Assistant 1st Year Boise State, ‘02

Former Sacramento State player Steve Roberson returns for his seventh season as a member of the coaching staff and his fifth as a full-time coach. This year, Roberson will coach the defensive backs. After two years as the team’s defensive graduate assistant, Roberson was named to the coaching staff prior to the 2006 season. That year, he coached the outside linebackers. One of the players under his tutelage was Tyson Butler. That season, Butler earned second team all-Big Sky honors after tallying 78 tackles. In 2004, Roberson served as the assistant defensive backs coach under then coordinator Tim Skipper. That unit saw all four of its starters earn postseason honors led by Ramon Payne who was named first team all-Big Sky. Safety Brett Shelton garnered second team all-league honors and was also named first team Freshman All-America. Cornerback Brandon Smith and safety Brent Webber were each named honorable mention all-Big Sky. Webber also earned honorable mention Freshman All-America honors. In 2005, Roberson worked under secondary coach Stephon Pace. That unit had three players earn postseason honors. The trio was highlighted by Shelton who garnered second team all-West Region honors as well as second team all-Big Sky. Smith and Webber were named honorable mention. Smith later went on to attend minicamp with the Detroit Lions. The 2007 team had three of the four starters named all-Big Sky. Safeties Brent Webber and Brett Shelton and cornerback Jody Johnson each were named honorable mention. The following season, Roberson coached a defensive backfield which featured just one returning starter. Freshman Deionte Gordon led the team with four interceptions and seven pass break-ups and was named honorable mention all-Big Sky. Last year, Roberson helped coach Zach Schrader to the Big Sky Newcomer of the Year award and second team all-Big Sky honors. As a player, Roberson competed for the Hornets during the 2003 season. That year, he played linebacker and on special teams. Prior to attending Sacramento State, Roberson played the 2001 season at West Los Angeles Junior College. Before that, he spent two years at San Diego State. A native of Los Angeles, he graduated from St. Bernard High School in 1999. Roberson earned his bachelor’s degree in engineering in December of 2005. Roberson and his wife Laura were married in June of 2010. Recruiting Area: All high schools and junior colleges in the San Francisco bay area.

One of two new coaches on the staff, Greg Sasser enters his first season at Sacramento State. Sasser will assist with the defensive line in 2010. A standout strong safety and linebacker at Boise State, Sasser earned second team all-Western Athletic Conference honors as a senior for the Broncos in 2001. While playing for current Jacksonville Jaguars offensive coordinator Dirk Koeter and Colorado head coach Dan Hawkins, Sasser was a member of two Big West Conference championship teams and helped build the Boise State program at the Football Bowl Subdivision level. His fourth-down sack and forced fumble on David Carr secured the team’s win over eighth-ranked Fresno State and was voted as one of Boise State’s top plays of the decade. The Salem, Ore., native earned his bachelor’s degree in communications/ secondary education in 2002. He then went on to work in marketing and started his own event production business before returning to football.

ADAM HERALD Offensive Assistant 1st Year Hampton, ‘08 Adam Herald is in his first season at Sacramento State. This year, Herald will work with the team’s tight ends and offensive linemen. A native of the Sacramento area, Herald graduated from Elk Grove High School before beginning his collegiate career. He spent his freshman season at Linfield College in McMinnville, Ore., before transferring to Foothill College where he played for Marshall Sperbeck in 2005. With the Owls, Herald was named all-Northern California and helped the team to a pair of Silicon Valley Bowl championships. Herald then earned a scholarship to Hampton University in Virginia where he was a member of the Pirates’ offensive line. In 2006, Hampton won the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference title. A strong student, Herald was recognized by the Chi Sigma Alpha and Alpha Kappa Mu honor societies while at Hampton. He graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in psychology in 2008. After graduating, Herald returned to Northern California and spent the 2008 and 2009 seasons as the offensive and defensive line coach at Elk Grove High School. He has also worked as a residential counselor at the Sacramento Children’s Home.

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2010 SACRAMENTO STATE FOOTBALL SUPPORT STAFF

DAVE JOHNSON

2010 FOOTBALL SUPPORT STAFF

Volunteer Assistant 1st Year Dave Johnson joined the Hornet staff in August of 2010 and will serve as a volunteer assistant for the upcoming season. Johnson brings a wealth of experience as a player and coach. After starring at Union Mine High School in Placerville, Calif., Johnson played two seasons (2005-06) as a quarterback at Sierra College in Rocklin, Calif. Following the end of his playing career, he served as an assistant for the Wolverines during the 2007 and 2008 seasons. Johnson most revently was a player/coach in the Central European League in 2009. He is currently completing his degree in communication studies at Sacramento State.

JEFF SHUMAN Director of Football Operations 2nd Year Jeff Shuman begins his second season of his second tenure with Hornet football and serves as a team’s director of operations. In his current position, Shuman assists in nearly every fascet of the team. Some of his responsibilities include team travel, summer team and youth camps, as well as working as the liason between the team and other athletic department staff. Shuman previously held the same position with the Hornets in 2005. Shuman also has high school coaching experience with stints at Granite Bay, Oak Ridge and Jesuit. He and his wife, Monique, are the parents of two daughters, Cara (11) and Callie (9).

Terrance Brooks Strength & Condit.

Adam Craft Strength & Condit.

Marc Cheatum Strength & Condit.

Brandon Padilla Athletic Trainer

Brian Berger Media Relations

Adam Primas Marketing

T-Ante Sims Ticket Manager

Steve Tebbs Facilities

Rebekah Capel Travel Coord.

Nat Bailey Equipment

Steve Iwasa Equipment

Dr. Harold Strauch Team Doctor

Dr. Alan Hirahara Team Doctor

Dr. Ron Sockolov Team Doctor

Dr. Kyle Yamashiro Physical Therapist

Dr. Randy Davey Team Dentist

Dr. Greg Heise Oral Surgeon

Paul Edwards Acad. Advising

Laurie Dahlberg Acad. Advising

Bob Shook Acad. Advising

Josh Collins Admissions

Mark McGushin Life Skills Coord.

Katherine Zedonis Compliance

Shannon Watson Compliance

KATY LOGABURN Football Administrative Assistant 4th Year Sacramento State, ‘05 Katy Logaburn begins her fourth season as the team’s administrative assistant. In her position, Logaburn handles the day-to-day activities for the office and also coordinates all special projects. Among her responsibilities are the annual Dinner Under the Lights fundraising event and the year-end team awards ceremony. A native of Pittsburg, Calif., Logaburn graduated from Sacramento State with a degree in communication studies in 2005. She is currently pursuing her master’s degree in counseling.

Not Pictured

Dr. Boris Ellyason, Team Doctor; Dr. Jaime Curtis, Team Dentist; Britney Abe, Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer; Kirk Kaps, Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer; Student Athletic Trainers: Scott Bohannon, Dimitri Dimakides, Melissa Gueretta, Grace Whang.

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2010 SACRAMENTO STATE FOOTBALL REMEMBERING BOB MATTOS

Bob1941-2010 Mattos

Former Sacramento State head coach Bob Mattos lost his battle with cancer on March 14, 2010. Mattos guided the Hornets from 1978-92 and is the all-time winningest coach in school history with 84 victories. In 1988, Mattos led Sacramento State to the Div. II semifinals and a 10-3 overall record. In recent years, Mattos came out of retirement to help raise funds for improvements to the athletic facilities. For the final game of the 2010 season, Sacramento State honored “Coach” as each player wore Mattos’ name on the back of their jersey. The game-winning drive which defeated UC Davis, 31-28, is fondly remembered as the “Mattos March”.

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CHRISTIAN CLARK Defensive Line | 6-2 | 270 | Sr. | Fifth Year Los Angeles, Calif. | Pacific Palisades Charter HS

96 PERSONAL

2009 Season: Named second team All-America by The Sports Network and was a second team all-Big Sky selection as a defensive tackle…led all defensive linemen on the team with 44 total stops…had at least two tackles in all 11 games…tallied a career-high tying eight tackles in the team’s win over Northern Arizona…led the Hornets with 15.5 tackles-for-loss…had four TFLs against NAU, three at Portland State and two against Idaho State and Montana State…also led the team with 10.0 sacks, which tied him for sixth in Sacramento State single-season history…had four sacks for a combined 30-yard loss against NAU and three for 18 yards at Portland State. 2008 Season: Named honorable mention all-Big Sky…finished the season with 42 total tackles, including 9.0 for loss…ranked second on the team in tackles-for-loss…also had five sacks for a combined loss of 39 yards…led the team with three blocked kicks on special teams…had at least one tackle in all 12 games…started every game during the year…recorded a career high eight stops at Northern Arizona…had six tackles, including 2.5 TFL and two sacks against Southern Oregon…was named Big Sky Defensive Player of the Week following that effort…had five tackles against both Humboldt State and Montana.

Hometown Los Angeles, Calif. Birthdate Sept. 19, 1988 Major Sociology

CAREER HIGHS Tackles 8 (2x), last vs. Northern Ariz. Oct. 31, 2009 Solo Tackles 6 vs. Northern Arizona Oct. 31, 2009 Tackles-For-Loss 4.0 vs. Northern Arizona Oct. 31, 2009 Sacks 4.0 vs. Northern Arizona Oct. 31, 2009

HONORS

2010 - Buck Buchanan Award Watch List 2010 - The Sports Network Preseason All-America 2010 - First Team Preseason All-Big Sky 2009 - The Sports Network Second Team All-America 2009 - Second Team All-Big Sky Conference 2008 - Honorable Mention All-Big Sky Conference 2008 - Big Sky Defensive Player of the Week

year 2007 2008 2009 totals

CLARK’S CAREER STATS

un-ast tot tfl-yds sacks-yds 1-6 7 1.0-5 1.0-5 18-24 42 9.0-47 5.0-39 27-17 44 15.5-75 10.0-64 46-47 93 25.5-127 16.0-108

ff fr-yds int-yds pbu blk 0 0-0 0-0 1 0 2 0-0 0-0 2 3 1 0-0 0-0 1 0 3 0-0 0-0 4 3

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2010 SACRAMENTO STATE FOOTBALL HONORS CANDIDATES 2007 Season: Appeared in nine games during his first active season with the team…started four games at defensive tackle…finished the year with seven tackles…tallied a season high three stops at Weber State…recorded his first collegiate sack against Montana…was also credited with one pass breakup. 2006 Season: Sat out the year as a redshirt. High School: Graduated from Palisades Charter HS in 2006…played on both the offensive and defensive lines for the Dolphins…appeared in nine games as a junior and ended the year with 19 tackles as a defensive tackle…best game came against Los Angeles HS where he had five stops…as a senior, he shifted to defensive end…recorded 54 tackles in 10 games…had at least two tackles in every game…top showing came against St. Monica where he had 11…added 10 tackles, including three sacks, against South Gate…had seven sacks on the year…was the center on the offensive line. Personal: Born 9-19-88…a sociology major…mother is LaDonna Clark.

2009 GAME-BY-GAME Date Opponent UT AT TT TFL SACK 9/5 at UNLV 0 2 2 0.5-0 0-0 9/12 at Cal Poly 2 2 4 1.0-5 0-0 9/26 EASTERN WASHINGTON 1 3 4 1.5-2 0-0 10/3 at Portland State 3 0 3 3.0-18 3-18 10/10 IDAHO STATE 3 0 3 2.0-8 1-6 10/17 at Weber State 2 1 3 0-0 0-0 10/24 MONTANA 1 2 3 1.0-7 1-7 10/31 NORTHERN ARIZONA 6 2 8 4.0-30 4-30 11/7 at Northern Colorado 1 2 3 0-0 0-0 11/14 at Montana State 5 0 5 2.0-4 1-3 11/21 UC DAVIS 3 3 6 0.5-1 0-0

2008 GAME-BY-GAME Date Opponent UT AT TT TFL SACK 8/30 HUMBOLDT STATE 1 4 5 1.0-4 0.5-3 9/6 at Colorado State 4 0 4 0-0 0-0 9/13 SOUTHERN OREGON 2 4 6 2.5-20 2-19 9/20 WEBER STATE 2 1 3 1.0-4 0-0 9/27 PORTLAND STATE 1 0 1 1.0-3 1-3 10/4 at Northern Arizona 4 4 8 1.0-1 0-0 10/18 at Montana 0 5 5 0-0 0-0 10/25 MONTANA STATE 1 2 3 1.0-12 1-12 11/1 at Eastern Washington 0 1 1 0.5-2 0.5-2 11/8 at UC Davis 0 1 1 0-0 0-0 11/15 NORTHERN COLORADO 2 0 2 1.0-1 0-0 11/22 at Idaho State 1 2 3 0-0 0-0

2007 GAME-BY-GAME Date Opponent UT AT TT 9/1 at Fresno State Did not play 9/15 at Portland State 0 0 0 9/22 at New Mexico 0 2 2 9/29 NORTHERN ARIZONA 0 0 0 10/6 at Weber State 0 3 3 10/13 MONTANA 0 0 0 10/20 at Montana State 0 0 0 10/27 EASTERN WASHINGTON 0 0 0 11/3 UC DAVIS 0 0 0 11/10 at Northern Colorado Did not play 11/17 IDAHO STATE 0 0 0

TFL SACK 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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DEIONTE GORDON Defensive Back | 6-0 | 200 | Jr. | Third Year Seaside, Calif. | Seaside HS

25 PERSONAL Hometown Seaside, Calif. Birthdate June 20, 1990 Major Communication Studies

2009 Season: Started all 11 games during the season to increase his streak 23 games…ranked third on the team with 68 total tackles…that mark included 39 solos…also had one interception and two pass breakups…led the team by forcing three fumbles…opened the season with a career-high 13 tackles at UNLV…had at least three stops in each of the remaining 10 games despite being plagued by a shoulder injury which was suffered at Cal Poly in the second week…was one of five players to start all 11 games on defense…partnered at safety with Zach Schrader for each of those contests. 2008 Season: Named honorable mention all-Big Sky as a true freshman…was the only member of the secondary to start all 12 games…played the first 10 games at cornerback before moving to safety for the final two…led the team with four interceptions…ranked third on the team with 76 total tackles…had three games with at least 10 tackles to lead the team…recorded 11 stops against Montana State and had 10 against Northern Colorado and Weber State…had at least two tackles in all 12 games…returned an interception 15 yards for a touchdown in the win against Portland State…also led the team with seven pass breakups. High School: Graduated from Seaside HS in 2008…named to the all-Monterey County team as both a wide receiver and defensive back by the Salinas Californian and the Monterey County Herald following his senior season…was the Monterey Bay League MVP as a senior and earned first team all-MBL honors at both positions…finished the 2007 season as the team’s leading receiver, third leading rusher, and leading scorer…had 43 receptions for 816 yards and eight touchdowns as a receiver…rushed 36 times for three touchdowns and scored 82 total points…had five touchdowns of at least 40 yards…returned two punts for touchdowns as a senior and also filled in at quarterback…recorded one interception his senior year…was also named all-Monterey County as a junior for his efforts at defensive back. Personal: Born 6-20-90…a communication studies major…parents are Kevin Gordon and Charlene Lee.

CAREER HIGHS Tackles 13 at UNLV Sept. 5, 2010 Solo Tackles 8 at UNLV Sept. 5, 2010 Interceptions 1 (5x) last vs. Northern Colo. Nov. 7, 2010

HONORS

2008 - Honorable Mention All-Big Sky Conference

year 2008 2009 totals

GORDON’S CAREER STATS

un-ast tot tfl-yds sacks-yds 46-30 76 2.0-9 1.0-7 39-41 80 0-0 0-0 85-71 156 2.0-9 1.0-7

ff fr-yds int-yds pbu blk 0 0-0 4-33 7 0 3 0-0 1-0 2 0 3 0-0 5-33 9 0

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BRYAN HILLIARD Running Back | 5-11 | 205 | Jr. | Fourth Year Sacramento, Calif. | Laguna Creek HS 2009 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt after having offseason surgery on both shoulders…returned to light practice action in the final month of the season.

34 PERSONAL Hometown Sacramento, Calif. Birthdate March 24, 1989 Major Communication Studies

CAREER HIGHS Attempts 40 at Idaho State Nov. 22, 2008 Rushing Yards 271 at Idaho State Nov. 22, 2008 Rushing Touchdowns 4 at Idaho State Nov. 22, 2008 Longest Rush 46 vs. Humboldt State Aug. 30, 2008

HONORS

2008 - Second Team All-Big Sky Conference 2007 - Honorable Mention All-Big Sky Conference

2008 Season: Earned second team all-Big Sky accolades…became the first Hornet to rush for over 1,000 yards since Charles Roberts in 2000…despite playing in just 10 games, he tallied 1,082 yards…averaged 4.6 yards per attempt…had four 100-yards games, including the final two of the season…rushed for a career high 271 yards and four touchdowns at Idaho State in the season finale… his yardage total in that game ranks third in school history while his four scores are tied for second…also rushed for 171 yards against Northern Colorado…finished the year with 12 rushing touchdowns which ranks seventh all-time at Sacramento State…had four games with at least two touchdowns…longest rush was 46 yards against Humboldt State…also caught five passes for 14 yards. 2007 Season: Named honorable mention all-Big Sky as a true freshman…began the year slowly, carrying the ball just one time for three yards during the first three games…from that point, had 153 carries for 823 yards in the final eight games…if you exclude the game at Montana State (2 carries, 2 yards), he averaged 117.7 yards per game during that span…had four games with at least 100 yards, including the final three of the season…biggest performance came in the season finale where he had 243 yards and three touchdowns against Idaho State…his yardage total ranks ninth in school single game history and made him just the seventh Hornet to record a 200-yard game…scored six of his seven touchdowns in the final three games…also crossed the century mark against Northern Colorado (168), UC Davis (105) and Northern Arizona (100)…team was 3-1 in games in which he rushed for at least 100 yards…ranked second on the team, and was the highest scoring non-kicker, with 42 points. High School: A 2007 graduate of Laguna Creek HS in Elk Grove, Calif…named honorable mention all-metro by The Sacramento Bee and first team all-Delta Valley League following his senior season...rushed for 1,304 yards and 15 touchdowns during the 2006 season...averaged 5.72 yards per carry on 228 attempts...averaged 144.9 yards per game...also had 11 receptions for 117 yards...best rushing performance came against Florin HS where he had 332 yards, three touchdowns and a pair of two-point conversions... rushed for over 100 yards in seven of his eight games...had only seven carries in his one sub-100-yard game...was second in the Delta River League in rushing...also played baseball and basketball for the Cardinals...was named first team all-league and honorable mention all-city in baseball as a junior. Personal: Born 3-24-89… majoring in communication studies…parents are Bryan and Lennifer Hilliard.

HILLIARD’S CAREER STATS

year att yards ypr ypg td lg rec yds td 2007 154 826 5.4 91.8 7 31 4 53 0 2008 237 1,082 4.6 108.2 12 46 5 14 0 totals 391 1,908 4.9 100.4 19 46 9 67 0

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DYLAN LANE Wide Receiver | 6-2 | 195 | Sr. | Fourth Year Rocklin, Calif. | Rocklin HS

87 PERSONAL Hometown Rocklin, Calif. Birthdate April 1, 1989 Major Business Administration

CAREER HIGHS Receptions 7 at Portland State Oct. 3, 2009 Receiving Yards 73 at Portland State Oct. 3, 2009 Receiving Touchdowns 2 at Portland State Oct. 3, 2009 Longest Reception 54 (td) vs. Idaho State Oct. 10, 2009

2009 Season: Earned honorable mention all-Big Sky honors for the first time in his career…ranked second on the team with 40 receptions and third with 409 yards…joined John Hendershott as the only Hornets to catch a pass in all 11 games… all three of his touchdowns came in a two-week span…caught a career-high seven passes for 73 yards and two scores at Portland State…the game marked the first time he caught multiple TDs at Sacramento State…followed that effort with three catches for 65 yards and a score against Idaho State…his 54-yard TD against the Bengals was the longest reception by a Hornet during the year. 2008 Season: Appeared in 12 games, starting six at receiver…grabbed 19 passes for 132 yards and a pair of touchdowns… caught a season-high four passes, including one touchdown, against both Humboldt State and Weber State…also had 34 receiving yards against WSU for his top total…caught at least one pass in eight games. 2007 Season: Played in 10 games during his freshman season…finished the year with 24 receptions for 264 yards and a pair of touchdowns…scored his first career touchdown with a 19-yard grab in the win over Northern Arizona…added a 39-yard TD catch at Northern Colorado…had six catches for 40 yards at Portland State…made five receptions for 43 yards at Weber State…highest yardage output was 54 yards against Northern Arizona. High School: Graduated from Rocklin HS in 2007…played four years of football and basketball, three years of track and one year of baseball for the Thunder…named first team all-Sierra Foothill League as a senior and was a second team selection following his junior season…finished his senior season with 39 receptions for 591 yards and seven touchdowns… lists his seven reception, 120-yard performance against Oakmont as his best game…also helped Rocklin to the 2006-07 SFL basketball title…was named the school’s student-athlete of the year as a senior. Personal: Born 4-1-89…a business administration major…parents are Steven and Lelia Lane… brother, Brendan, is a member of the UCLA basketball team.

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2009 - Honorable Mention All-Big Sky Conference

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LANE’S CAREER STATS

rec yards ypc ypg td lg rush yds td 24 264 11.0 26.4 2 39 0 0 0 19 132 6.9 11.0 2 16 0 0 0 40 409 10.2 37.2 3 54 1 10 0 83 805 9.7 24.4 7 54 1 10 0

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ZACK NASH Defensive Line | 6-3 | 250 | Jr. | Fourth Year Vacaville, Calif. | Vacaville HS 2009 Season: Earned honorable mention all-Big Sky accolades for the second consecutive season…started all nine games in which he appeared and finished the season with 34 tackles (17-17)…also had 3.5 tackles-for-loss, including 2.5 sacks… was credited with eight tackles, including six solos, in the win over Northern Arizona…had six stops against UNLV and Montana.

98 PERSONAL Hometown Vacaville, Calif. Birthdate Sept. 23, 1989 Major Criminal Justice

2008 Season: Named honorable mention all-Big Sky during his freshman season…played in 11 of the team’s 12 games, starting every game in which he played at defensive end… tallied 47 total tackles, including 5.5 tackles-for-loss…also added 3.5 sacks, recovered two fumbles and broke up five passes…was named the Big Sky Defensive Player of the Week against Humboldt State after recording 10 total tackles, 2.5 TFL and 1.5 sacks. 2007 Season: Sat out the year as a redshirt.

CAREER HIGHS Tackles 10 vs. Humboldt State Aug. 30, 2008 Solo Tackles 6 vs. Northern Arizona Oct. 31, 2009 Tackles-For-Loss 2.5 vs. Humboldt State Aug. 30, 2008 Sacks 1.5 vs. Humboldt State Aug. 30, 2008

High School: Graduated from Vacaville HS in 2007…a two-time all-Monticello Empire League selection...was also named honorable mention all-metro by the Sacramento Bee and all-Sac-Joaquin Section following his senior season...was a two-time all-Monticello Empire League selection…helped lead Vacaville HS to the 2006 Sac-Joaquin Section Div. I title and a 14-1 overall record...led the team with 118 total tackles, including 70 solo stops...tallied eight sacks and also had one interception...had at least 10 tackles in four games, including 15 against both Laguna Creek HS and Napa HS... had six tackles in a 16-7 semifinal victory over Elk Grove HS...added seven more stops in the team’s 37-36 win over Merced HS to secure the section title...also a member of the Bulldogs’ baseball team. Personal: Born 9-23-89…majoring in criminal justice…parents are Michael and Wendy Nash.

HONORS

2009 - Honorable Mention All-Big Sky Conference 2008 - Honorable Mention All-Big Sky Conference 2008 - Big Sky Defensive Player of the Week

year 2008 2009 totals

un-ast tot 19-28 47 17-17 34 36-45 81

NASH’S CAREER STATS

tfl-yds sacks-yds 5.5-31 3.5-26 3.5-15 2.5-13 9.0-46 6.0-39

ff fr-yds int-yds pbu blk 0 2-17 0-0 5 1 1 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 2-17 0-0 6 1

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BRANDYN REED Wide Receiver | 6-4 | 185 | Sr. | Second Year Windsor, Calif. | Windsor HS | Santa Rosa JC 2009 Season: Earned second team all-Big Sky honors after leading the team with 46 receptions for 731 yards in 10 games…tied for eighth in school history with seven touchdown receptions…ended the season with seven grabs for 134 yards and two touchdowns against UC Davis…both of his TDs came in the fourth quarter, including a 13-yard reception in the back of the end zone with 20 seconds remaining to give the team the lead…had at least one catch in all 10 of his games…caught a season-high 10 passes for 111 yards against Montana… highest output was 141 yards on eight catches against Eastern Washington… scored a TD in each of the final four games of the year…had five receptions for at least 40 yards…one of those was a 48-yard touchdown pass from fellow receiver Ron Richardson at Northern Colorado.

1 PERSONAL Hometown Windsor, Calif. Birthdate May 21, 1989 Major Communication Studies

CAREER HIGHS Receptions 10 vs. Montana Oct. 24, 2009 Receiving Yards 141 vs. Eastern Washington Sept. 26, 2009 Receiving Touchdowns 2 vs. UC Davis Nov. 21, 2009 Longest Reception 48 (td) at Northern Colorado Nov. 7, 2009

Prior to Sacramento State: Played two seasons at Santa Rosa JC…named first team All-America by JC Grid-Wire and first team all-Region 1 by the JC Athletic Bureau as a sophomore in 2008…was also listed as a top 50 JC recruit by Fab 50 Recruiting and a two-start recruit by Rivals.com…caught 61 passes for 1,195 yards and 16 touchdowns for the Bear Cubs as a sophomore…grabbed 33 passes for 540 yards and 10 scores as a freshman…was twice selected to the all-Northern California Football Association team…played with fellow recruits Jarred Pereira, Matt Larson and Scott Magnuson at SRJC. High School: Graduated from Windsor HS in 2007…was named all-Peninsula by the San Francisco Chronicle three times…was also a threetime all-Sonoma County League selection…caught 34 passes for 713 yards and 11 touchdowns as a senior…rushed for two scores and had 33 total tackles that same year…had four 100-yard games, including 168 against Healdsburg HS…as a junior, he caught 50 passes for 781 yards and seven touchdowns…also intercepted five passes and made 24 tackles as a defensive back. Personal: Born 5-21-89…a communication studies major…parents are Pearl Reed and Chris Wright.

HONORS

2010 - First Team Preseason All-Big Sky 2009 - Second Team All-Big Sky Conference

year 2009

REED’S CAREER STATS

rec yards ypc ypg td lg rush yards td 46 731 15.9 73.1 7 48 0 0 0

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ZACH SCHRADER Defensive Back | 6-1 | 195 | Sr. | Second Year Issaquah, Wash. | Skyline HS | Western Washington 2009 Season: Was the Big Sky Newcomer of the Year and a second team all-Big Sky selection at safety…became the first Sacramento State player to earn the newcomer award…led the team with 103 tackles while starting all 11 games…his 50 solo stops were also a team high…had five games with 10-plus stops, including 14 against Eastern Washington and Northern Colorado…also had 13 tackles against UNLV and Idaho State…had at least four stops in each game…also led the team with four interceptions and four forced fumbles…had interceptions against Portland State, Montana, Northern Arizona and Northern Colorado.

4 PERSONAL Hometown Issaquah, Wash. Birthdate Jan. 2, 1988 Major Communication Studies

CAREER HIGHS Tackles 14 (2x), last at Northern Colo. Nov. 7, 2009 Solo Tackles 7 at Northern Colorado Nov. 7, 2009 Tackles-For-Loss 0.5 at Montana State Nov. 14, 2009 Interceptions 1 (4x), last at Northern Colo. Nov. 7, 2009

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Prior to Sacramento State: Spent his first two collegiate seasons at Western Washington where he was an all-Great Northwest Athletic Conference second team selection in 2008...as a sophomore, he ranked second on the team with 76 total tackles and was named the Vikings’ Defensive Player of the Year...he also had four interceptions, was credited with four pass breakups, recovered one fumble and forced a fumble...as a freshman, Schrader recorded 24 tackles and an interception in six games... redshirted in 2006...despite transferring from Div. II, he was immediately eligible for the Hornets due to the fact that Western Washington discontinued its football program in January. High School: A 2006 graduate of Skyline HS in Sammamish, Wash...was a first team all-area selection by the King County Journal...earned second team all-Kingco 4A League honors as a wide receiver, safety and punter...caught 46 passes for 717 yards and 10 touchdowns...also credited for 77 tackles and seven interceptions...team posted a 14-0 record and won the Class 4A state title...had six interceptions as a junior on a team which reached the state championship game...also competed in three years of baseball and wrestling. Personal: Born 1-2-88...majoring in communication studies... parents are Paul and Ellen Schrader.

2010 - First Team Preseason All-Big Sky 2009 - Big Sky Conference Newcomer of the Year 2009 - Second Team All-Big Sky Conference

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SCHRADER’S CAREER STATS

un-ast tot tfl-yds sacks-yds 50-53 103 0.5-1 0-0

ff fr-yds int-yds pbu blk 4 0-0 4-78 3 0

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CHRIS DINIZ Kicker/Punter | 5-9 | 195| Sr. | Third Year Escalon, Calif. | Escalon HS | San Joaquin Delta JC

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Field Goals 2 (2x), last vs. Northern Ariz. Oct. 31, 2009 Longest Field Goal 52 at Montana State Nov. 14, 2009

HONORS

2009 - Honorable Mention All-Big Sky Conference

2009 Season: Was an honorable mention all-Big Sky selection as a kicker…enjoyed the most accurate season by a kicker in school history, making 12-of-13 field goals…made his first 10 attempts of his career, including a 44-yarder as time expired in the first half at UNLV…longest field goal of the season was 52 yards at Montana State…that distance tied him for the second-longest in school history and was just one yard shy of the school record…his 12 made field goals are tied for the fifth most in school history…made 30-of-32 extra points and finished the year with a team-high 66 points…also handled the kickoff duties where he had eight touchbacks and never kicked a ball out of bounds during the year. 2008 Season: Sat out the year as a redshirt. Prior to Sacramento State: Spent two years at San Joaquin Delta JC in Stockton, Calif…as a sophomore, he led the team with 64 points…was 7-of-12 on field goal attempts and made 43-of-46 extra points…longest field goal was 46 yards…made 6-of-8 field goal attempts inside of 40 yards…had six touchbacks on kickoffs…as a freshman, he ended the year with 34 points. High School: Graduated from Escalon HS in 2005…was named second team all-area by the Stockton Record…helped the team to an 11-2 overall record and a Sac-Joaquin Section Div. IV title…served as the team’s kicker and punter… averaged 33.2 yards per punt with a long of 51 yards…finished the year with five field goals and 64 PATs for a total of 79 points…68 of his 90 kickoffs went for touchbacks…as a junior, he scored 59 points on five field goals and 44 extra points. Personal: Born 7-28-88…majoring in business administration…parents are Paul and Kathleen Diniz.

AUGIE HEATH Kicker/Punter | 5-11 | 175 | Jr. | Second Year Chico, Calif. | Pleasant Valley HS | Butte JC

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CAREER HIGHS Longest Punt 57 at Weber State Oct. 17, 2010

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2009 Season: Earned second team all-Big Sky honors in his first season with the team…averaged 39.0 yards per punt on 53 attempts…placed 15 of his punts inside the 20-yard line…also forced the opposition into six fair catches which led to a net punt of 33.7 yards…was twice named the Big Sky Special Teams Player of the Week…earned the award following wins against Portland State and Northern Arizona… his biggest play against NAU was a fake punt in which he gained 18 yards and a first down to preserve the drive and secure a 27-24 victory. Prior to Sacramento State: Played one year at Butte JC and helped the Roadrunners to the national title with a 12-0 record...averaged 38.5 yards per punt and placed 15 punts inside the 20-yard line...as a kicker, he converted on 10-of-14 field goals with a long of 42 yards... named the team’s special teams MVP in three games...lists his best game as the national championship against Mt. SAC where he placed five of his eight punts inside the 20-yard line...also made a 27-yard field goal and was 2-for-2 on extra points in that game. High School: Graduated from Pleasant Valley HS in 2008...named third team all-state by Cal-Hi Sports as a senior...also earned first team all-Northern Section and first team all-Eastern Athletic League in his final two years...set 12 school records in punting and kicking...netted 36.2 yards per punt on 73 high school attempts...had a career long field goal of 40 yards.

2010 - First Team Preseason All-Big Sky 2009 - Honorable Mention All-Big Sky Conference 2009 - Big Sky Conference Special Teams POW (2x)

Personal: Born 6-14-90...majoring in business administration...parents are Fred and Julie Heath... his father played football at Cal Poly Pomona and Colorado.

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JEFF BADGER

Def. Line | 6-0 | 285 | Jr. | Second Year Lynwood, Calif. Lynwood HS | Cerritos JC

Linebacker |  5-11 | 230 | So. | Second Year Windsor, Calif. Cardinal Newman HS

2009 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Prior to Sacramento State: In two years at Cerritos JC, he tallied 52 total tackles, including 6.5 tackles-for-loss and five sacks...appeared in eight games and had 18 tackles, including 3.5 tackles-for-loss as a freshman...three of those TFLs were quarterback sacks...also forced a fumble and recovered another...had a season high four stops against Compton and Golden West. High School: Graduated from Lynwood HS in 2006...posted two sacks and 38 tackles as a senior...named all-San Gabriel Valley League and was the team’s defensive MVP that season...tallied 32 tackles and four sacks as a junior...best game came against Fremont HS where he had 10 tackles, including three for loss. Personal: Last name pronounced ong-GUY-ah-vuh...born 12-29-88...majoring in ethnic studies and would like to become a counselor...brothers, Nate and Daniel, played football for Nevada...parents are Salei and Seepa Agaiava.

CODY ALLEN

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Linebacker | 6-0 | 235 | Fr. | Second Year Rohnert Park, Calif. Rancho Cotate HS 2009 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt. High School: A 2009 graduate of Rancho Cotate HS in Rohnert Park, Calif…played quarterback and free safety for the Cougars…was named the North Bay League Defensive Player of the Year as a senior…also earned first team all-NBL honors as a quarterback…team posted a 9-2 overall record in 2008 and advanced to the North Coast Section playoffs…rushed for 818 yards and 11 touchdowns and threw for 682 yards and six touchdowns as a senior quarterback…recorded three 100-yard rushing games in 2008, including a 150-yard, three touchdown effort against Piner HS…defensively, he made 30 tackles, had five interceptions and blocked two kicks…he also averaged 18.9 yards per punt return and 17.5 yards per kickoff return…named first team all-NBL as a quarterback as a junior and was second team on defense…finished his career with 2,790 career yards of total offense and 3,835 career all-purpose yards…was a member of the honor roll each year. Personal: Born 3-4-94…majoring in kinesiology and would like to work as a physical therapist…parents are Shawn and Margo Rooney.

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2009 Season: Played in all 11 games as a true freshman on offense, defense and special teams…began the season as a linebacker but shifted to running back midway through the season due to injuries at the position…carried the ball 29 times for 109 yards and a touchdown in a three-game span…best performance came in the win at Northern Colorado where he had 17 attempts for 75 yards and a score…recorded one tackle on defense. High School: Graduated from Cardinal Newman HS in 2009…was a standout linebacker and running back for the Cardinals…as a senior, he helped lead the team to a 13-1 overall record with their only loss coming against St. Bonaventure HS in the state Div. III title game…earned first team all-state honors at linebacker for Div. III following the season…was also named NorCal Div. III Player of the Year, North Bay Regional Player of the Year and all-Metro linebacker by the San Francisco Chronicle and co-MVP of the North Bay League that year…recorded 76 total tackles in 2008 and had four games with 10-plus tackles…rushed for 1,486 yards on 146 carries (10.18 per carry/106.1 per game) and 13 touchdowns…also caught 32 passes for 418 yards and two touchdowns…as a junior, he earned first team all-NBL honors on defense and was a second team selection on offense after rushing for 599 yards and making 88 total tackles…team produced a 37-5-1 overall record during his three varsity seasons and won a pair of North Coast Section Div. II titles…twice earned NCS scholar-athlete recognition. Personal: Born 3-22-91…majoring in business administration…served as a Special Olympics coach during his senior year of high school…parents are Lance and Kathy Badger.

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Def. Back |  6-0 | 170 | Fr. | Second Year Turlock, Calif. Pitman HS 2009 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt. High School: A 2009 graduate of Pitman HS in Turlock, Calif…earned all-Central California Conference honors as both a wide receiver and defensive back as a senior…best game came against Merced HS where he had three catches for 90 yards and a touchdown as well as 13 tackles with an interception and a forced fumble…also competed in four years of track and field and basketball. Personal: Born 6-26-91…majoring in criminal justice…mother and stepfather are Maggi and Tim Corvello.

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BETHEL-THOMPSON Quarterback | 6-3 | 230 | Sr. | Third Year San Francisco, Calif. Balboa HS | UCLA 2009 Season: Appeared in six games as a quarterback, including a pair of starts… also served as the team’s holder on kicks in all 11 games…led the Hornets to a come-from-behind victory over UC Davis after entering the game to start the second half…completed 19-of-29 passes for 223 yards and two touchdowns against the Aggies…final touchdown pass came with 20 seconds remaining…also rushed for a TD in the Causeway Classic…earned the start at Northern Colorado and Montana State…threw for 269 yards on a career-high 41 pass attempts against the Bobcats…all four of his touchdowns came in the final three games of the year… completed 56-of-92 passes for 635 yards in the that span…completed a 39-yard pass to Brandyn Reed against MSU and UCD for his season long…longest rush was 19 yards at Northern Colorado. 2008 Season: Competed in four games at quarterback, including two starts before injuring his knee…finished the season 28-of-49 for 415 yards and two touchdowns…biggest game came in his start against Southern Oregon where he was 19-of-32 for 255 yards and a score…also started the following week against Weber State…had three passes of at least 27 yards, including a 67-yard TD to Tony Washington against WSU and a 56-yard pass to Washington against SOU…rushed for 33 yards on 16 carries…had a rushing touchdown against Southern Oregon.

Prior to Sacramento State: Attended UCLA for two years…appeared in five games for the Bruins during the 2007 season, including a start at QB in the Las Vegas Bowl against BYU…completed 11-of-27 passes for 154 yards and a touchdown in that game…redshirted during the 2006 season. High School: A 2006 graduate of Balboa HS in San Francisco…lettered three seasons (2003-2005) in football for coach Keith Minor…selected first-team all-city, player of the year and all-metro after his senior season…threw for 2,100 yards, 22 touchdowns and six interceptions as a senior…as a junior, he was named first-team all-city and back of the year…threw for 1,800 yards, 19 touchdowns and nine interceptions that season…also lettered in baseball, basketball and soccer…named second-team all-city in baseball after hitting .610 with two home runs as a senior. Personal: Born 7-3-88…majoring in history…parents are Patricia Thompson and Mark Bethel…grandfather, Wilbur Thompson, won an Olympic gold medal in the shot put in the 1948 games.

BETHEL-THOMPSON’S CAREER STATS year 2008 2009 totals

comp-att yds pct td-int lg avg/gm effic 28-49 415 57.1 2-1 67 103.8 137.67 64-110 746 58.2 4-5 39 74.6 118.06 92-159 1,161 57.9 6-6 67 82.9 124.10

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Tight End | 6-2 | 235 | So. | Third Year Roseville, Calif. Oakmont HS 2009 Season: Was a member of the team but did not record a catch. 2008 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt. High School: A 2008 graduate of Oakmont HS in Roseville, Calif...as a senior, he had 17 receptions for 284 yards and two touchdowns...had a career high three catches against Cordova and Rocklin...scored his two touchdowns against Folsom and Rocklin...defensively, he had 33 tackles...best tackle total came against Woodcreek where he had seven stops...also recovered a pair of fumbles and recovered one...as a junior, he had six grabs for 40 yards and a score... recorded an 8-yard TD reception against Foothill...finished the season with five tackles on defense. Personal: Born 4-12-90...a business administration major...parents are Jim and Nancy Bobak.

PETER BUCK

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Linebacker |  6-0 | 225 | Sr. | Fourth Year Vacaville, Calif. Vacaville HS

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2009 Season: Appeared in all 11 games, starting six…transitioned from safety to linebacker prior to the start of the season…ranked second on the team with 80 total tackles…was fourth with 4.5 tackles-for-loss…had at least one tackle in all 11 games…had three games with at least 10 stops, including a career-high 18 against Montana…against the Grizzlies, he had six solos and 12 assisted tackles…

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DOMINIC 19 CARMAZZI Quarterback |  6-2 | 205 | Fr. | Second Year Sacramento, Calif. Jesuit HS 2009 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt. High School: Graduated from Jesuit HS in 2007...was an honorable mention allmetro selection by the Sacramento Bee and for the Sac-Joaquin Section...earned first team all-Delta River League honors as a quarterback...threw for 1,953 yards as a senior and completed 59.7 percent of his passes...had 19 touchdowns with just one interception...rushed for 121 yards and a score...biggest yardage output came against Bellarmine Prep where he threw for 258 yards and a season high three touchdowns...had at least one passing touchdown in all 11 games...team finished the year 8-3 and advanced to the Sac-Joaquin Section Div. I playoffs...as a junior, he passed for 1,383 yards and 12 touchdowns...completed 61.4 percent of his passes...passed for 257 yards and two scores against Napa for his season high...also played basketball for the Marauders. also had 11 tackles against UC Davis and 10 against Northern Arizona…was credited with 3.0 TFLs, including a sack at Weber State…seven of his total tackles came on special teams…tied for the team lead with three tackles on punt coverage. 2008 Season: Started 11 of 12 games at safety…ranked second on the team with 84 total tackles…also had 2.5 tackles-for-loss, 0.5 sacks, two interceptions, three pass breakups, forced one fumble and recovered another…had at least two stops in all 12 games…averaged 8.67 tackles over the final six games…was credited with 11 tackles against Montana State and had 10 vs. Weber State…his fourth-quarter interception in the end zone sealed the victory over UC Davis in the Causeway Classic…also had an interception at Colorado State. 2007 Season: Played in 10 games as a true freshman…was a reserve safety and also played on special teams…finished the season with 14 tackles…had a season high three stops at New Mexico…recorded two tackles against Fresno State, Northern Arizona, Montana and Idaho State. High School: Graduated from Vacaville HS in 2007…competed in football and track all four years…as a senior, he was named all-Sac-Joaquin Section, all-Solano County and all-Monticello Empire League…also participated in the KCRA Holiday Classic All-Star Game…helped the team to a 13-1 overall record and a Sac-Joaquin Section Div. I title in 2007…played safety and wing back for the Bulldogs…finished his senior season with 388 rushing yards, 56 receiving yards, 68 passing yards and 116 tackles…his tackle total included 78 solo stops…also had six interceptions and scored six touchdowns…had at least three tackles in all 14 games…recorded eight or more tackles in eight games…biggest output came against Laguna Creek where he had 18 stops…against Vintage, he rushed for two scores, threw for one and had 11 tackles and an interception…played at Vacaville with current Hornets Zack Nash and Johnny Feaster. Personal: Born 8-7-89…majoring in kinesiology…would like to teach and coach at the high school level following graduation…parents are Tom and Cindy Buck.

BUCK’S CAREER STATS year 2007 2008 2009 totals

un-ast tot tfl-yds sack-yds pbu int-yds ff fr-yds 2-12 14 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 45-39 84 2.5-5 0.5-2 3 2-54 1 1-0 39-41 80 4.5-8 1.0-1 1 0-0 0 1-0 86-92 178 7.0-13 1.5-3 4 2-54 1 2-0

Personal: Born 8-2-89...majoring in business administration...is the younger brother of former San Francisco 49er and Div. I-AA All-American Gio Carmazzi... parents are Dan and Gloria Carmazzi.

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Tight End | 6-2 | 220 | Sr. | Second Year Chico, Calif. Chico HS | Butte JC 2009 Season: Played in four of the final five games of the season…had a 9-yard reception at Montana State for his lone catch of the season. Prior to Sacramento State: Attended Butte JC in Oroville, Calif., for three years…played tight end for the Roadrunners in 2006 and 2008 and redshirted in 2007…was a member of the team which posted a 12-0 record and won the state title in 2008…named JC All-America, all-state, all-region and all-league that season after grabbing 19 passes for 277 yards and three touchdowns…also earned academic all-state honors during his final season…was a teammate of current Hornet Augie Heath. High School: Graduated from Chico HS in 2006…as a senior, he caught 72 passes for 928 yards and seven touchdowns…earned all-state, all-Northern Section and all-Eastern Athletic League honors that season…had a streak of four consecutive 100-yard games…grabbed 10 passes for 141 yards and two touchdowns against Foothill HS for his season best…also had 138 receiving yards and a TD against Red Bluff HS…also garnered all-EAL and all-Northern Section accolades as a junior after catching 49 passes for 757 yards and seven scores…recorded a career best 142 yards on eight catches against Red Bluff HS…was a member of the Panther basketball team which won a pair of Northern Section titles. Personal: Born 2-3-88…a finance major…parents are Larry and Julie Carter.

CARTER’S CAREER STATS

year rec yds avg td lg avg/gm 2009 1 9 9.0 0 9 2.2

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10 DAVID COLEMAN

8 JAKE CROXDALE

Def. Line | 6-2 | 220 | Jr. | Fourth Year Palmdale, Calif. Palmdale HS

Running Back |  5-6 | 190 | Jr. | Third Year Napa, Calif. Napa HS

2009 Season: Appeared in all 11 games with one start at linebacker…tallied a career-high 33 tackles…finished the season with 13 solo stops and 20 assists… also had 2.0 tackles-for-loss, including a sack…shattered his career high with 13 tackles against Idaho State…had a sack for an 8-yard loss in the win over UC Davis…was also credited with two pass breakups and two quarterback hurries during the year. 2008 Season: Played in 11 of 12 games at linebacker and on special teams… earned his lone start of the year against Portland State…recorded 13 total tackles, including eight solos…highest total came against Southern Oregon and Montana where he had three stops…also had four pass breakups. 2007 Season: Sat out the year as a redshirt. High School: A 2007 graduate of Palmdale HS…played four years of football and baseball and three seasons of basketball for the Falcons…named the Golden West League MVP, all-CIF and the Old Spice Player of the Year as a senior in football…played quarterback, defensive end and linebacker…threw for over 1,500 yards and rushed for over 500 yards as a senior…guided the team to a pair of Golden League championships during his final two seasons…in baseball, he hit nine home runs and batted over .400 as a senior. Personal: Born 12-13-1988…a communication studies major…parents are David and Thrashell Coleman.

COLEMAN’S CAREER STATS

year un-ast tot tfl-yds sack-yds pbu int-yds ff fr-yds 2008 8-5 13 1.0-1 0.0-0 4 0-0 0 0-0 2009 13-20 33 2.0-9 1.0-8 2 0-0 0 0-0 totals 21-25 46 3.0-10 1.0-8 6 0-0 0 0-0

2009 Season: Played in the first two games of the season before being sidelined by a broken bone in his hand…returned to play in the final three games of the year…finished the season with 55 rushing attempts for 199 yards and three touchdowns…also caught nine passes for 88 yards and was 2-for-2 on pass attempts for eight yards and a touchdown…carried the ball 29 times for 107 yards and two touchdowns in the win at Northern Colorado…the 100-yard game was the second of his career…the following week at Montana State he rushed for 26 yards, caught four passes for 58 yards and threw a 5-yard touchdown pass…broke off a career long 28-yard rush against UC Davis…also had one tackle at Cal Poly on kick coverage. 2008 Season: Ranked third on the team with 347 rushing yards…rushed for 109 yards on 20 attempts against Southern Oregon…also tallied 91 yards at Eastern Washington…scored his lone touchdown of the year against Weber State…caught three passes for 30 yards, including a 21-yard reception against Portland State. High School: Graduated from Napa HS in 2007…was the co-Monticello Empire League Back of the Year as a senior…also earned first team all-MEL honors and first team all-metro by the Sacramento Bee…rushed for 2,035 yards and 33 touchdowns as a senior…averaged 7.59 yards per carry…also had 39 receptions for 570 yards and four scores…his 228 points averaged to 16.3 per game…had 12 100-yard rushing games in 2007…tallied 221 yards and five touchdowns against Fairfield HS…also had 212 yards against Pleasant Grove HS…scored at least one touchdown in all 14 games and had nine games with multiple scores…scored five touchdowns against Skyline, Wood and Fairfield in three straight games…found the end zone 23 times in a five-game span…also played linebacker where he made 105 tackles…had 15 tackles against Del Campo for his season high…team finished 13-1 and won the Sac-Joaquin Section Div. I title…scored the go-ahead TD in the title game against St. Mary’s to give the Indians their first section title. Personal: Born 9-9-90…majoring in kinesiology…parents are Joe and terra Croxdale.

CROXDALE’S CAREER STATS

year att yds avg 2008 94 347 3.7 2009 55 199 3.6 totals 149 546 3.7

td lg avg/gm rec yds td 1 19 31.5 3 30 0 3 28 39.8 9 88 0 4 28 34.1 12 118 0

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81 CHASE DEADDER

75 CLAY DePAUW

Wide Receiver | 6-4 | 220 | Jr. | Fourth Year Modesto, Calif. Central Catholic HS

Off. Line | 6-3 | 280 | So. | Third Year Crows Landing, Calif. Central Catholic HS

2009 Season: Missed the entire season due to a broken clavicle which required surgery.

2009 Season: Played in one game as a member of the offensive line…saw action in the team’s win over UC Davis in the Causeway Classic.

2008 Season: Led the team with an average of 17.0 yards per reception…ranked third on the squad with 21 catches and 358 receiving yards…biggest game came at UC Davis where he had five grabs for 86 yards…also had five receptions at Northern Arizona to tie his season high…scored his first career touchdown with a 68-yard reception against Northern Colorado…was one of the top special teams tacklers on the team, tallying nine stops…eight of those tackles came in the final five games.

2008 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

2007 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt. High School: A 2007 graduate of Central Catholic HS in Modesto, Calif…played football, basketball and ran track for the Raiders…named all-state and first team all-Western Athletic League as a senior…had 31 receptions for 625 yards and seven touchdowns during his final year…had seven grabs for 117 yards against Cardinal Newman in the season opener…had at least one reception in 11 of the 12 games…recorded three 100-yard efforts…also rushed for 219 yards on 13 carries…had a 55-yard gain against Escalon HS and a 52-yard rush against Ripon HS…Central Catholic posted a 38-1 record during his three seasons…on defense, he recorded 32 tackles and one interception as a defensive back…also returned punts and kickoffs…was named the Tri-Valley League’s best all-around player in basketball and was the MVP of the track team. Personal: Born 11-20-88…a communication studies major…parents are David and Barbara Deadder.

DEADDER’S CAREER STATS

year rec yds avg td lg avg/gm 2008 21 358 17.0 1 68 35.8

High School: A 2008 graduate of Central Catholic HS in Modesto, Calif…named first team all-Western Athletic League as an offensive lineman…participated in the KCRA Holiday Classic All-Star Game…played on the offensive and defensive lines…team posted an 11-2-1 overall record and was undefeated (5-0) in WAL play…helped the Raiders win the Sac-Joaquin Section Div. III title with a 24-6 win over Patterson…team became the first from the Sac-Joaquin Section to play in the California State championship game. Personal: Born 9-29-89…a communication studies major…parents are Ron and Susan DePauw.

77 NATE DOVERSPIKE Off. Line | 6-5 | 275 | Jr. | Third Year Carmichael, Calif. Del Campo HS 2009 Season: Started all 11 games at strong tackle during his first season on the line…moved from tight end to tackle prior to the season…was credited with a tackle at Montana State on an interception return. 2008 Season: Played in 10 games as a reserve tight end and on special teams… was credited with a tackle at Northern Arizona. High School: Graduated from nearby Del Campo HS in 2008…was the Capital Athletic League Lineman of the Year in 2007…also named second team all-metro by the Sacramento Bee and played in the KCRA Holiday Classic All-Star Game that same season…played on the offensive line and at tight end for Del Campo…finished the season with nine receptions for 147 yards and three touchdowns…caught two touchdown passes against Foothill…team was 9-3 and advanced to the second round of the Sac-Joaquin Section playoffs his senior year…had 10 receptions and one touchdown as a junior…helped lead the team to the Sac-Joaquin Section Div. III title that same year. Personal: Born 11-6-90…majoring in communication studies…parents are Debbi and Luke Doverspike.

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AARON GASPER

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Off. Line | 6-1 | 285 | So. | Third Year San Leandro, Calif. Bishop O’Dowd HS 2009 Season: Was an active member of the team but did not play in a game. 2008 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt. High School: A 2008 graduate of Bishop O’Dowd HS…played on both the offensive and defensive lines for the Dragons…named second team all-East Bay by the Contra Costa Times and honorable mention all-Metro by the San Francisco Chronicle following his senior season…also earned first team all-Hayward Area Athletic League honors that same year…helped lead the team to an 8-3 record during his final year. Personal: Born 6-20-90…a criminal justice major…parents are Art and Roxanne Gasper.

REESE HEASLET

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Tight End | 6-3 | 250 | So. | Third Year Petaluma, Calif. Casa Grande HS 2009 Season: Played in nine games at defensive end…all three of his tackles came against Eastern Washington…one of those stops was for a 4-yard loss…intercepted a pass against Idaho State…credited with a quarterback hurry at Northern Colorado…moved to tight end following spring practice. 2008 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

JOHN

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HENDERSHOTT

Wide Receiver | 6-2 | 195 | Sr. | Second Year Concord, Calif. De La Salle HS | Diablo Valley JC 2009 Season: Appeared in all 11 games, starting four during his first season with the team…ranked third on the team with 38 receptions…his 558 yards placed him second to Brandyn Reed…caught at least one pass in all 11 games…had six receptions for 73 yards against UC Davis…also had six receptions at Cal Poly… gained 26 yards on 4th-and-18 against the Aggies to preserve a scoring drive during the team’s fourth quarter comeback…caught five passes for 117 yards at Portland State…also had five grabs for 106 yards against Northern Arizona… both of his touchdowns came against Montana…led the Big Sky with an average of 26.1 yards per kick return…had a long of 43 yards at Northern Colorado… was also the team leader with 924 all-purpose yards. Prior to Sacramento State: Played two seasons at Diablo Valley JC…earned firstteam JC All-American honors after tallying 1,150 yards on 65 receptions with 18 TDs as a sophomore…Diablo Valley’s passing attack ranked No. 2 in the state of California… also had two kickoff returns for scores and collected first-team allNorthern California Conference honors…as a freshman, he garnered all-conference accolades after snaring 38 receptions for 480 yards and six TDs…originally signed with Utah State and spent the spring of 2009 with the Aggies. High School: A 2007 graduate of De La Salle HS in Concord, Calif…earned second team all-East Bay accolades and all-metro honors…had 47 receptions for 849 yards and four touchdowns as a senior…also rushed for 74 yards on just six attempts…defensively, he tallied 50 tackles and six interceptions as a safety…team was 13-1 during his senior season and ended the year ranked third in the state and 19th nationally. Personal: Born 8-31-89…a communication studies major…parents are Gary and Karen Hendershott.

HENDERSHOTT’S CAREER STATS

year rec yds avg td lg avg/gm 2009 38 558 14.7 2 49 84.0

High School: A 2008 graduate of Casa Grande HS in Petaluma, Calif...played tight end and defensive end for the Gauchos...earned first team all-Sonoma County League honors at both positions...tallied 73 tackles as a senior, including 15 sacks...recorded at least three tackles in all 12 games...had nine stops against Sacred Heart Cathedral for his season high...caught five passes for 35 yards and a TD as a tight end. Personal: Born 4-18-90...majoring in environmental studies…parents are Rick and Jeannie Heaslet.

HEASLET’S CAREER STATS

year un-ast tot tfl-yds sack-yds pbu int-yds ff fr-yds 2009 0-3 3 1.0-4 0-0 0 1-10 0 0-0

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DAMONE 49 JACKSON

JON KREBS

Def. Back | 6-0 | 200 | Jr. | Third Year Sacramento, Calif. West Campus HS

Wide Receiver | 6-4 | 215 | Sr. | Second Year Galt, Calif. Galt HS | Sacramento City JC

2009 Season: Was a member of the team but did not compete. 2008 Season: Was a member of the team but did not compete. High School: A 2007 graduate of West Campus HS in Sacramento...played three years of varsity football and basketball for the Warriors...earned all-Central Valley Conference honors in football as a senior...led the team with 67 total tackles in 2006...recorded 18 stops against Inderkum HS and had 14 tackles against both Capital Christian HS and Rio Linda HS...scored four touchdowns on offense... finished the year with 675 rushing yards and 121 receiving yards...won a Pioneer Valley League title in basketball as a sophomore on varsity. Personal: Born Feb. 18, 1989...majoring in communication studies...would like to work in politics...parents are James and Iris Jackson.

NATE JONES

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Def. Back | 5-9 | 185 | Sr. | Second Year Sacramento, Calif. Grant HS | Sacramento City JC 2009 Season: Appeared in three games in the defensive secondary during his first season with the team…seven of his eight tackles on the year came in the win at Portland State…also added a tackle at Weber State.

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2009 Season: Appeared in all 11 games, starting two at tight end during his first season with the team…caught two passes at UNLV in his first game with the Hornets…also grabbed two passes for a season-best 41 yards against Eastern Washington…caught a 5-yard touchdown pass at Northern Colorado for his only touchdown of the season…hauled in a 22-yard catch for his season long…caught the 2-point conversion pass against UC Davis which gave the team a three-point lead with 20 seconds remaining. Prior to Sacramento State: Played two seasons at Sacramento City JC...in 2008, he led the team with 38 receptions while playing tight end and slot receiver... was also named first team all-Mid-Empire Conference and helped the team to a pair of conference championships while playing for former Hornet head coach Mike Clemons...best game came against Shasta JC where he had six catches for nearly 100 yards. High School: Graduated from Galt HS in 2006...was a four-sport athlete for the Warriors, competing in football, basketball, baseball and tennis...named first team all-Sierra Valley Conference as a senior...was also the league’s co-Defensive MVP... as a senior, he had 36 total tackles, four tackles-for-loss and four interceptions... blocked two field goals and recovered a fumble...also caught two passes for 69 yards and a touchdown. Personal: Born 3-26-88...majoring in communication studies...builds custom computers and also plays the saxophone and drums...parents are Hubert and Julie Kelley.

KREBS’ CAREER STATS

year rec yds avg td lg avg/gm 2009 8 87 10.9 1 22 7.9

Prior to Sacramento State: Played the 2006 and 2007 seasons at Sacramento City JC…as a sophomore, he appeared in nine games and had 27 total tackles…18 of those stops were solos…also had one interception, four pass breakups, blocked one kick and forced a fumble…his position coach was former Hornet Dannie Walker. High School: Graduated from Grant HS in 2006…had 63 total tackles as a senior, including 49 unassisted…highest output came against Kennedy where he was credited with 10 stops…team posted an 11-2 overall record and won the Metro Conference title…was a high school teammate of current Hornet receiver Ronald Richardson. Personal: Born 5-15-88...majoring in sociology...mother is Doris Jones.

JONES’ CAREER STATS

year un-ast tot tfl-yds sack-yds pbu int-yds ff fr-yds 2009 8-0 8 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0

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ALESANA 99 LABAN Def. Line | 6-1 | 295| So. | Second Year Sacramento, Calif. Grant HS 2009 Season: Played in nine games on the interior of the defensive line as a true freshman…finished the year with five tackles, including a pair of solos…had two stops at Cal Poly for his season high…his first career tackle was for a 6-yard loss at UNLV…was also credited with a QB hurry against Northern Arizona. High School: Graduated from nearby Grant HS in 2009…was a captain of the Pacer team which won the state title in 2008 and posted a 14-0 overall record… named second team all-state for Div. I, was first team all-metro by the Sacramento Bee as an offensive lineman and was the Metro Conference Lineman of the Year… defensively, he recorded 55 total tackles as a senior, including four sacks…best game came against Burbank where he had 10 tackles…recorded at least one stop in all 14 games…team also won the Sac-Joaquin Section Div. I title during his final two years…was recognized as a scholar-athlete by the National Football Foundation. Personal: Born 1-14-91…a computer engineering…parents are Ailao and Alauni Laban.

LABAN’S CAREER STATS

year un-ast tot tfl-yds sack-yds pbu int-yds ff fr-yds 2009 2-3 5 1.5-8 0.0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0

MATT LARSON

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Wide Receiver | 6-2 | 200 | Sr. | Second Year Santa Rosa, Calif. Maria Carillo HS | Santa Rosa JC 2009 Season: Saw action in 10 of the 11 games…concluded the season with three receptions for 29 yards…his first catch as a Hornet came at Weber State for 21 yards…other two grabs came against Montana…recorded two tackles on kick coverage. Prior to Sacramento State: Played two seasons at Santa Rosa JC…as a sophomore, he had 26 receptions for 311 yards and five touchdowns…had a career long catch

of 52 yards…caught 18 passes for 254 yards and six scores as a freshman…was a teammate of current Hornets Brandyn Reed and Jared Pereira. High School: A 2006 graduate of Maria Carrillo HS in Santa Rosa, Calif…grabbed 49 passes for 748 yards and nine touchdowns as a senior…had at least one catch in all 13 games…caught six passes against both Montgomery HS and Cardinal Newman HS…top yardage output was 102 yards against Montgomery…scored a pair of TDs against Windsor HS and Sonoma Valley HS…tallied 82 tackles, including 57 solos…was credited with 14 tackles against Santa Rosa HS…also had three interceptions. Personal: Born 4-11-88…a communication studies major…parents are Tom and Jan Larson.

LARSON’S CAREER STATS

year rec yds avg td lg avg/gm 2009 3 29 9.7 0 21 2.9

62 MATT LAWRENCE Def. Line | 5-10 | 260 | So. | Third Year Patterson, Calif. Central Catholic HS 2009 Season: Played in nine games on the defensive line…finished the season with seven total tackles, including three solos…had two tackles against both Cal Poly and Montana. 2008 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt. High School: A 2008 graduate of Central Catholic HS in Modesto, Calif…team posted a 23-3-1 overall record during his final two seasons…played on the offensive and defensive lines where he helped the squad to a pair of Sac-Joaquin Section titles…Central Catholic also became the first Sac-Joaquin Section team to compete in a state title game when it faced St. Bonaventure for the Div. III championship in 2007…as a junior, he had 43 tackles, including one sack…had at least one tackle in every game…recorded seven stops against Ripon HS for his season high…made 79 tackles as a senior…that total included 8.5 sacks…had at least five tackles in 12 of the team’s 14 games…tied his career high with eight tackles against Amador…also had 3.5 sacks in that game. Personal: Born 4-11-80…a business administration major…parents are Richard and Nancy Lawrence.

LAWRENCE’S CAREER STATS

year un-ast tot tfl-yds sack-yds pbu int-yds ff fr-yds 2009 3-4 7 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0

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DJ MACIEL

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Tight End | 6-4 | 255 | Fr. | Second Year Hanford, Calif. Hanford HS 2009 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt. High School: A 2009 graduate of Hanford HS…was a three-time all-West Yosemite League selection…played tight end, middle linebacker and punter for the Bullpups…as a senior, he had 38 receptions for 478 yards and two touchdowns…grabbed a season high eight passes for 100 yards against El Diamante HS…had five catches the following week against Lemoore…recorded a season best 36-yard reception in the season opener against Monache HS…defensively, he tallied 56 total tackles and had a pair of interceptions…recorded 10 tackles against Hanford West HS for his season high…averaged 37.5 yards per punt with a long of 51 yards during his final year…as a junior, he had 40 receptions for 478 yards and a touchdown as well as 81 tackles with two interceptions. Personal: Born 3-3-91…plans to major in kinesiology…parents are Dustin and Theresa Maciel.

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97 SALESI MAUMAU Tight End | 6-1 | 240 | Sr. | Second Year Elk Grove, Calif. Franklin HS | Sacramento City JC 2009 Season: Played in 10 of the 11 games at linebacker and on special teams… did not record a tackle during the year…shifted to tight end during spring practice. Prior to Sacramento State: Spent two seasons at Sacramento City JC where he was coached by former Hornet Mike Clemons…as a sophomore, he appeared in just five games but managed 11 total tackles…that total included 2.0 tackles-forloss…helped the Panthers to a Mid Empire Conference championship. High School: A 2006 graduate of Franklin HS in Elk Grove, Calif…ranked second on the team with 93 tackles as a senior despite playing in only nine games…had at least 10 stops in six games…highest total came against Nevada Union where he had 16 total tackles, including 13 solos. Personal: Born 1-14-89...majoring in business administration...brother, Maika, is an offensive lineman with the Hornets...parents are Shelley Daggett and Etika Feinga.

Off. Line | 6-2 | 280 | Jr. | Third Year Elk Grove, Calif. Franklin HS 2009 Season: Appeared in six games as a reserve on the defensive line…had an assisted tackle against Eastern Washington…moved to the offensive line in the final weeks of spring practice. 2008 Season: Played the first half of the season before being sidelined by appendicitis…finished the season with one tackle against Humboldt State. High School: A 2008 graduate of Franklin HS in Sacramento…named honorable mention all-metro by the Sacramento Bee…also played for the Sacramento team in the KCRA Holiday Classic All-Star Game…was a first team all-Delta Valley League selection as a senior…finished the season with 58 total tackles, including 42 solo stops…had at least six stops in eight of the team’s 10 games…had eight tackles in the team’s 21-20 victory over Nevada Union…had six sacks on the year, including two against Galt…recorded 20 total tackles, blocked a field goal and recovered a fumble as a junior. Personal: Born 6-19-90…a kinesiology major…brother, Salesi, is a tight end with the team…parents are Shelley Daggett and Etika Feinga.

The NCAA Football Championship Subdivision playoffs will have a new look in 2010. First, the field will expand from 16 teams to 20. The four new bids will include automatic berths for the regular-season champion of the Northeast Conference and the Big South Conference. The remaining two spots will be for at-large selections. Twelve teams will have first-round byes while the remaining eight will begin play on Nov. 27. The championship game has also been moved to Friday, Jan. 7. Another change will come at the end of the year when the FCS title game will move to Pizza Hut Park in Frisco, Texas. The venue, which opened in August of 2005, seats 21,193 fans and is the home of F.C. Dallas of Major League Soccer.

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24 SAM McCOWAN

82 BRIAN McKEON

Running Back | 5-7 | 170 | So. | Second Year Oxnard, Calif. Oxnard HS

Tight End | 6-4 | 235 | So. | Third Year Santa Clara, Calif. Archbishop Mitty HS

2009 Season: Played in all 11 games as a true freshman…ranked second on the team with 83 rush attempts and 344 yards…was second on the team in all-purpose yards with 838 yards…best rushing game came in the win over Northern Arizona where he had 27 carries for 130 yards and a touchdown…also had a season best rush of 37 yards in that game…scored a pair of touchdowns against Eastern Washington and one at Cal Poly…served as the team’s primary kick returner with 18 returns for 414 yards…had a 75-yard return against EWU and a 62-yarder against NAU…added 11 receptions for 80 yards…also had two tackles. High School: Graduated from Oxnard HS in 2009…named first team all-Southern Section Northern Division as a utility player, first team all-Ventura County by the Ventura County Star and by the coaches and was the Pacific View League MVP as a senior…rushed for 1,464 yards and 25 touchdowns…also caught five passes for 165 yards and three scores, tallied 78 tackles as a defensive back, and returned punts and kicks…finished the season with 168 points for an average of 15.3 points per game…had at least one touchdown in all 11 games and had multiple scores in nine games…found the end zone four times against both Santa Barbara HS and Channel Islands HS…rushed for at least 100 yards in eight games…best showing came against San Marcos HS where he tallied 227 yards…averaged 133.1 yards per game and 8.5 yards per attempt…defensively, he had at least three tackles in all 11 games…recorded a season-high 11 stops against SBHS and Westlake HS…intercepted one pass and recovered a pair of fumbles…also earned all-Pacific View League as a sophomore and junior and helped the team to a pair of PVL titles. Personal: Born 12-19-90…majoring in business administration…son of Latrice James.

McCOWAN’S CAREER STATS

year att yds avg td lg avg/gm rec yds td 2009 83 344 4.1 4 37 31.3 11 80 0

2009 Season: Appeared in one game (Eastern Washington) at defensive end but did not record a tackle…made the move to tight end during the spring. 2008 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt. High School: A 2008 graduate of Archbishop Mitty HS in San Jose, Calif…earned honorable mention accolades from the Central Coast Section and the San Jose Mercury News all-star team…also named second team all-West Catholic Athletic League…team posted a 7-3 overall record and advanced to the Central Coast Section playoffs…played on both the offensive and defensive lines…posted 52 total tackles, including 7.5 sacks…was a four-year member of the school’s honor roll and is a member of the California Scholastic Federation. Personal: Born 7-13-90…majoring in business administration…parents are John and Louise McKeon.

MORRIS 13 NORRISE Wide Receiver | 6-0 | 170 | Fr. | Second Year Berkeley, Calif. Berkeley HS 2009 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt…was named the team’s offensive scout team player of the year. High School: Graduated from Berkeley HS in 2009…earned first team all-Alameda Contra Costa Athletic League honors in 2008 and was an honorable mention selection as a junior…helped the Yellowjackets to the ACCAL title and a 9-1 overall record as a senior…caught 25 passes for 500 yards and six touchdowns as a senior…also had six interceptions, including one for a touchdown, and 20 tackles as a defensive back…returned two punts for touchdowns in 2008…was his team’s scholar-athlete of the year in 2008. Personal: Born 11-19-91…a social work major…parents are Morris Norrise and Kimberly Dutye.

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OSAGIE ODIASE

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Def. Back | 5-10 | 170 | Fr. | Second Year Santa Fe Springs, Calif. St. Paul HS

DUSTIN PFAFF

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Off. Line | 5-11 | 270 | Jr. | Second Year Manteca, Calif. East Union HS | Modesto JC

2009 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

2009 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

High School: A 2009 graduate of St. Paul HS in Santa Fe Springs, Calif…played his senior year for the Swordsmen, earning first team all-Mission League honors… was also named all-area and all-Southern Section…high school team did not record defensive statistics…played his junior season for Mayfair HS in Lakewood, Calif… was named to the all-City Section team as a junior.

Prior to Sacramento State: Played two years at Modesto JC…was named first team all-Region II as a sophomore offensive lineman…also earned all-Golden Gate Conference accolades…helped Modesto to an 8-3 overall record and a 5-0 league mark in 2008…the Pirates also won the Graffiti Bowl over Sacramento City…team was 6-5 overall and 5-0 in the GGC in 2007.

Personal: Born 2-21-91…a psychology major…parents are Osa Odiase and Andrea Cleveland.

High School: Graduated from East Union HS in Manteca, Calif., in 2007…played on the offensive and defensive lines for the Lances…recorded 44 tackles as a senior, including a pair of sacks.

JARRED PEREIRA

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Def. Line | 5-11 | 235 | Sr. | Second Year American Canyon, Calif. Vintage HS | Santa Rosa JC 2009 Season: Appeared in six games, starting two at middle linebacker…tallied 22 tackles during the year, including five solos…highest output came at Cal Poly where he had eight stops…had five tackles against Eastern Washington and four against Idaho State…also had one TFL and forced a fumble against EWU. Prior to Sacramento State: Played his sophomore season at Santa Rosa JC in 2008...as a middle linebacker, he was named first team all-NorCal Conference after finishing eighth in the state with 90 regular-season tackles...also added 9.5 tackles-for-loss, one sack, one interception, one forced fumble, and recovered two fumbles...he twice tallied 15 tackles in a game during the season and served as a team captain...ended the season with 13 tackles against Sierra JC in the PremierWest Bank Bowl...also shines in the weight room where he bench presses 450 pounds and squats 565 pounds...played his freshman season at Solano JC in 2006 and redshirted during the 2007 season. High School: Graduated from Vintage HS in Napa, Calif., in 2006...named first team all-county and first team all-Monticello Empire League as a senior...left Vintage as the all-time leader in three sack categories (single-game, single-season and career sacks)...had 75 stops, including 13.0 sacks as a senior...his sack total led the MEL...recorded four sacks against Armijo HS as both a junior and senior for his single-game high...played three seasons of baseball as a center fielder. Personal: Born 1-5-88...majoring in criminal justice...parents are Al and Tracey Pereira.

PEREIRA’S CAREER STATS

year un-ast tot tfl-yds sack-yds pbu int-yds ff fr-yds 2009 5-17 22 1.5-2 0.0-0 0 0-0 1 0-0

Personal: Born 12-2-88…majoring in kinesiology…parents are Greg Hunt and Debbie Pfaff.

ALL-DECADE TEAM Throughout the summer, the Sacramento State athletics department took a look back and honored the student-athletes who made the biggest impact on their sport over the last 10 years. To be eligible for the all-decade team, a student-athlete must have played at least one year in their sport between the 2000-01 and 2009-10 academic years, and must have completed their eligibility as a Hornet, or be an active member of the team. Offense QB - Ricky Ray (1999-2000) RB - Charles Roberts (1997-2000) RB - Bryan Hilliard (2007-pres.) WR - Fred Amey (2001-04) WR - Tony Washington (2007-08) WR - Lamont Webb (1997-2000) OT - Marko Cavka (2000-03) OT - Dustin Nicolodi (2002-05) OG - Chris Frank (2000-03) OG - Matt Lemley (2007-09) C - Terence Wagner (1998-2001) Defense DE - Mike Brannon (2005-08) DE - Kevin Moore (2008-09) DT - Christian Clark (2007-pres.) DT - Dallas Mauga (2006-07) LB - Anthony Daisley (1999-2000) LB - Matt Logue (2002-05) LB -Cyrus Mulitalo (2005-08) CB - Elton Gabourel (1998-2001) CB - Ramon Payne (2001-04) S - Brent Webber (2004-07) S - Brett Shelton (2004-07) Special Teams K - Juan Gamboa (2005-08) P - Mitch Lively (2003-06)

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JAY REDDIC

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Def. Back | 5-7 | 170 | Sr. | Second Year Rancho Cordova, Calif. Cordova HS | American River JC 2009 Season: Saw action in six games during his first season with the Hornets… had one tackle against Eastern Washington, Portland State, Idaho State, Northern Arizona and UC Davis…all five of his stops came on special teams, comprised of four on kick coverage and one on punt coverage. Prior to Sacramento State: Played two seasons at American River JC in Sacramento...was a two-time all-Mid-Empire Conference selection at cornerback...led the state with 21 passes defended as a sophomore...also finished with 28 total tackles, including three for loss, and had two interceptions...as a freshman, Reddic had five interceptions and 13 PBUs...served as the team’s punt returner...earned the school’s Robert E. Herwig Outstanding Student and Player Award. High School: Graduated from Cordova HS in 2005 and was a two-time all-Sierra Valley Conference selection for the Lancers...helped lead the team to a SVC title as a junior...tallied 54 total tackles and four interceptions as a senior...also had 12 PBUs, recovered two fumbles and compiled 364 return yards with three touchdowns...was named the school’s athlete of the year for 2004-05...played in the Optimist All-Star Game and started at cornerback for the South team...also ran four years of track and played two seasons of basketball...top 100-meter time was 10.76 seconds.

RONALD 15 RICHARDSON Wide Receiver | 5-10 | 210 | Sr. | Fifth Year Sacramento, Calif. Grant HS 2009 Season: Played in all 11 games, starting six at receiver…doubled his career total with 19 receptions for 187 yards…caught a career-high five passes for 44 yards at Montana State…had three grabs for 25 yards against Eastern Washington…also had a pair of catches against Weber State, Montana, Northern Colorado and UC Davis…longest reception was 19 yards at Northern Colorado… threw a 48-yard touchdown pass to Brandyn Reed in that same game…was the team’s lone punt returner…took back 16 punts for 76 yards…longest return was 15 yards against UC Davis…averaged 20.8 yards per kick return on six attempts with a long of 31. 2008 Season: Saw action in all 12 games…caught three passes for 36 yards and a touchdown…grabbed a 22-yard pass against Southern Oregon for his first career touchdown…caught two passes against Montana State…also returned four kickoffs for 60 total yards…had a long of 22 yards at UC Davis…returned seven punts for 58 yards, including a 14-yarder against SOU.

Personal: Born 5-10-87...majoring in psychology...parents are Willie and Joyce Reddic.

REDDIC’S CAREER STATS

year un-ast tot tfl-yds sack-yds pbu int-yds ff fr-yds 2009 2-3 5 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0

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2007 Season: Played in 10 games as a receiver…ended the year with five catches for 66 yards…averaged 13.2 yards per catch…had a 22-yard grab against UC Davis for his season long…threw a pass for a 29-yard completion in the win against Northern Arizona…returned seven kicks for 126 yards…had a long of 24 yards at New Mexico…also returned a team-high 16 punts for 130 yards…averaged 8.1 yards per return and had a long of 18 against UC Davis.

Def. Back |  5-9 | 185 | Jr. | Third Year Sacramento, Calif. Jesuit HS

2006 Season: Sat out the year as a redshirt. High School: Graduated from Grant HS in 2006…was a four-sport player for the Pacers…named first team all-Metro League as a receiver in 2005…named second team all-Metro in both football and baseball during his junior season…caught 26 passes for 644 yards and seven touchdowns in 2005…team won the Sac-Joaquin Section Div. I title in 2005 after posting a 12-2 record…caught at least one pass in all 14 games…had 140 yards on three catches against Bella Vista HS…also broke the century mark with 104 yards against Yuba City…lists his best game as making six catches for 135 yards in the 2004 playoffs…as a defensive back, he tallied 61 total tackles…had at least two tackles in every game…made a seasonhigh 12 stops against Granite Bay HS during the regular season…also intercepted a pass against Granite Bay HS in the section title game…intercepted three passes during the season and recovered a fumble…also competed in basketball and track for the Pacers. Personal: Born 11-30-87…an ethnic studies major…mother is Toni Heard.

RICHARDSON’S CAREER STATS year 2007 2008 2009 totals

2008 Season: As a true freshman, he played in 10 games, starting one as a defensive back…earned the start at strong safety against Portland State…recorded 30 total tackles, including 19 unassisted…had at least one tackle in each of the games in which he appeared…had six stops in the victory over Portland State…added five tackles and a pass breakup the following week at Northern Arizona…recovered a fumble against Northern Colorado…tallied three PBUs during the season. High School: A 2008 graduate of Jesuit HS in Sacramento…played wide receiver and defensive back for the Marauders…earned first team all-Delta River League honors as a cornerback…tallied 50 tackles as a senior…added 25 receptions for 271 yards and four touchdowns…highest tackle total came against Folsom where he had nine.

rec yds avg td lg avg/gm 5 66 13.2 0 22 6.6 3 36 12.0 1 22 3.0 19 187 9.8 0 19 17.0 27 289 10.7 1 22 8.8

MATT SHINN

2009 Season: Played in all 11 games, starting the final nine at cornerback…set a career high with 33 tackles…tied for second on the team with a pair of interceptions…returned one of his interceptions 83 yards for a touchdown against Idaho State…other pick came against Portland State…also had six pass breakups and recovered a fumble…set a personal best with seven tackles at Montana State…that total included six solo stops…had at least one tackle in 10 of his 11 games.

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Off. Line | 6-3 | 285 | Fr. | Second Year Alta Loma, Calif. Los Osos HS

Personal: Born 8-9-90…a communication studies major…parents are Rovetta Johnson and Shirley Jones.

SMITH’S CAREER STATS year 2008 2009 totals

un-ast tot tfl-yds sack-yds pbu int-yds ff fr-yds 19-11 30 0-0 0-0 3 0-0 0 1-0 20-13 33 0-0 0-0 6 2-80 0 1-10 39-24 63 0-0 0-0 9 2-80 0 2-10

2009 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt. High School: A 2009 graduate of Los Osos HS in Alta Loma, Calif…was a two-time all-Baseline League selection, earned first team all-Southern Section Central Division honors and was named all-area by The Press-Enterprise…was also named all-San Bernardino County and all-valley by The Daily Bulletin…graded out at 85 percent for his senior season…helped lead the Grizzlies to a 10-3 overall record in 2008 and a second-place finish in the Baseline League…the team also advanced to the third round of the Southern Section playoffs…was a member of the principal’s honor roll all four years and was the school’s recipient of the National Football Foundation scholar-athlete award. Personal: Born 5-26-91…plans to major in business administration…parents are David and MaryAnn Shinn.

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JOHN TAYLOR

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Off. Line | 6-3 | 285 | Jr. | Fourth Year Stockton, Calif. Franklin HS 2009 Season: Extended his consecutive start streak to 23 games after earning the nod at center in all 11 games…was one of two linemen (Nate Doverspike) to start each game…the team had a 100-yard rusher in five of the 11 games. 2008 Season: One of three offensive linemen to start all 12 games…anchored the line making all of his starts at center…guided an offensive line which paved the way for a rushing attack which averaged 148.9 yards per game. 2007 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt. High School: A 2007 graduate of Franklin HS in Stockton, Calif…played on the offensive and defensive lines for the Yellowjackets…played for the valley team in the KCRA all-star game…made 125 tackles on defense as a senior…that total included 13.0 sacks…had at least eight tackles in all 11 games…had 10-plus stops in eight games…tallied a season high 16 tackles against Chavez…had four sacks against Tracy. Personal: Born 9-21-89…majoring in criminal justice…son of John Taylor, Sr.

22 COREY VANDERBEEK Def. Back |  5-9 | 175 | Fr. | Second Year Granite Bay, Calif. Granite Bay HS 2009 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt. High School: Graduated from Granite Bay HS in 2009…was a two-time all-Sierra Foothill League selection, including first team honors as a senior…listed as a twostar recruit by Scout.com…was a team captain as a senior and was named the team’s defensive MVP…recorded 34 tackles and four interceptions as a senior cornerback…had at least one tackle in all nine games in which he appeared…best outing came against Pitman HS where he had nine stops…returned an interception 96 yards against Reno HS…did not allow a receiver he guarded to catch more than three passes in a game…caught one pass for a 16-yard touchdown against Vacaville HS. Personal: Born 8-27-90…majoring in business administration…parents are Scott and Camie Vanderbeek…brother, Jared, was a defensive back for Sacramento State (2007-08).

VINCE WEAVER

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Off. Line | 6-5 | 280 | So. | Third Year Petaluma, Calif. Casa Grande HS 2009 Season: Played in five games, starting one on the offensive line…earned the start at weak tackle against Weber State. 2008 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt. High School: A 2008 graduate of Casa Grande HS in Petaluma, Calif…named first team all-Sonoma County League as a senior…helped the team to a 9-2-1 overall record in 2007…was an honorable mention all-Sonoma County League selection as a junior. Personal: Born 8-23-90…a kinesiology major…parents are Tom and Vivian Weaver.

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AVERY WHITE

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High School: Graduated from Florin HS in 2007…led the team with 818 rushing yards on 126 carries with nine TDs as a senior…had 164 rushing yards against Cordova for his season high…ended the year with three 100-yard performances… made 91 tackles as a defensive back…had four sacks and an interception…posted five games with 10-plus tackles, including 18 against Folsom. Personal: Born 12-10-89…a psychology major…mother is Patrice Larridine.

Def. Line | 6-1 | 245 | So. | Third Year Manteca, Calif. Sierra HS

WILKINS’ CAREER STATS

2009 Season: Appeared in 10 of the 11 games during the season…earned the start in three games at buck linebacker…finished the season with 25 total tackles, including 14 solos…had 5.5 tackles-for-loss for 33 yards…that total included three sacks for 23 yards…season high was six tackles, with a sack, in the win at Northern Colorado…also had four stops against Portland State and Idaho State…his three sacks came against UNLV, Idaho State and Northern Colorado.

year att yds avg td lg avg/gm rec yds td 2007 13 34 2.6 1 12 6.8 1 10 0 2008 78 424 5.4 1 36 84.8 6 81 1 2009 33 131 4.0 1 16 43.7 8 48 0 totals 124 589 4.8 3 36 45.3 15 139 1

2008 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt. High School: A 2008 graduate of Sierra HS in Manteca, Calif…named first team all-Valley Oak League as a utility player in 2007…played free safety and receiver for the Timberwolves…recorded 73 tackles and two interceptions as a senior…had at least three tackles in every game…top total came against Weston Ranch where he had 13 stops…caught 38 passes for 632 yards and six touchdowns…had 199 against Central Valley for his career high…rushed for 169 yards on 28 carries. Personal: Born 3-13-90…majoring in health science…son of Richard and Yolanda Mitchell.

WHITE’S CAREER STATS

year un-ast tot tfl-yds sack-yds pbu int-yds ff fr-yds 2009 14-11 25 5.5-33 3.0-23 0 0-0 0 0-0

EVANDER WILKINS

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Def. Back | 5-7 | 175 | Jr. | Fourth Year Sacramento, Calif. Florin HS 2009 Season: For the second consecutive season, he had his season cut short due to a knee injury…received a hardship from the NCAA and was able to redshirt…carried the ball 33 times for 131 yards and a touchdown in his three games, all of which were starts…also caught eight passes for 48 yards…recorded 147 all-purpose yards against Eastern Washington…rushed 13 times for 57 yards and also scored on a 12-yard run…added three kick returns for 82 yards, including a 30-yarder…moved to safety in the spring. 2008 Season: Was a key component to the Hornet offensive attack for the first five games before injuring his knee…opened the season with 103 rushing yards on 10 carries against Humboldt State…added 53 yards the following week at Colorado State before rushing for a career high 161 yards and a touchdown against Southern Oregon…averaged 5.4 yards per carry during the year…ended the season with 424 rushing yards on 78 carries…was also effective as a receiver, catching six passes for 81 yards and a score…caught a 30-yard touchdown pass against Portland State…averaged 26.2 yards per kick return on four attempts. 2007 Season: Appeared in five games during his first season with the team…rushed for 34 yards and one touchdown…all but one of those yards came against Portland State…also caught one pass for 10 yards against Idaho State.

MARKELL 31 WILLIAMS Def. Back |  5-9 | 175 | Fr. | Second Year Vacaville, Calif. Vacaville HS 2009 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt. High School: A 2009 graduate of Vacaville HS…earned first team all-Monticello Empire League honors as a running back…rushed for 831 yards and 12 touchdowns as a senior…had four games with at least 100 yards…recorded 128 yards againset both Rodriguez HS and Vintage HS…scored five TDs against Rodriguez… also had 14 receptions for 270 yards and four scores on the year…defensively, he made 31 tackles with one interception…as a junior, he tallied 539 rushing yards with nine TDs…rushed for 150 yards against Fairfield HS. Personal: Born 6-11-90…has yet to declare a major…mother is Fayina Johnson.

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BRETT WILLIS

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Wide Receiver | 6-3 | 215 | Sr. | Third Year Bakersfield, Calif. Garces Memorial HS | Colorado State 2009 Season: Saw action in all 11 games…started the season finale against UC Davis…caught eight passes for 112 yards…had three receiving touchdowns which tied for the second most on the team…caught a career-high four passes for 52 yards and a score at Cal Poly…also had touchdowns against Portland State and Montana…recorded five tackles on special teams, all of which were on kick coverage. 2008 Season: Played in 11 of the 12 games, earning one start at receiver…caught nine passes for 78 yards…had a 20-yard reception against Humboldt State for his season long…caught three passes against Montana State for his season high…his one catch against UC Davis was an acrobatic grab which resulted in a first down…was also credited with a tackle against Idaho State. Prior to Sacramento State: Played at Colorado State in 2007...appeared in two games, at New Mexico and vs. Georgia Southern, but did not catch a pass... redshirted in 2006. High School: A 2006 graduate of Garces Memorial HS in Bakersfield, Calif... played wide receiver, strong safety, long snapper and returned kicks...was a two-time first team all-league selection at wide receiver and special teams player of the year...selected to the section all-star game...had a 97-yard kickoff return for a touchdown...also competed in track & field. Personal: Born 9-8-87 in Oklahoma City, Okla...a communication studies major...son of Danny and Julie Willis.

WILLIS’ CAREER STATS year rec 2008 9 2009 8 totals 17

yds avg 78 8.7 112 14.0 190 11.2

td lg avg/gm 0 20 7.1 3 28 10.2 3 28 8.6

DANA WILLIS

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Def. Back |  6-0 | 180 | Sr. | Second Year Sacramento, Calif. Franklin HS | Sierra JC 2009 Season: Played in all 11 games at safety and on special teams…finished the season with 22 total tackles, including nine solos…tied for the team lead with 12 special teams tackles…that total was comprised of 11 on kick coverage and one on punt coverage…tallied five stops against Eastern Washington for his season high…had four total tackles, including three solos, at Cal Poly. Prior to Sacramento State: Played two seasons for Sierra JC in Rocklin, Calif…led the Wolverines to a pair of Valley Conference titles…was a sophomore, he recorded 29 tackles, including 6.0 for loss…also had two sacks, two interceptions, five pass breakups, one fumble recovery and blocked a kick…as a freshman, he made 26 total stops and had one interception and three PBUs. High School: A 2007 graduate of Franklin HS in Elk Grove, Calif…recorded 73 tackles, including 41 solos as a senior…had four games with at least 10 stops…made 36 tackles as a junior…had a career-high 12 tackles against Jesuit HS…also had two interceptions. Personal: Born 2-16-89…majoring in business administration…parents are Dana and Antoinette Willis.

WILLIS’ CAREER STATS

year un-ast tot tfl-yds sack-yds pbu int-yds ff fr-yds 2009 9-13 22 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0

73 TYLER WORTHLEY Off. Line | 6-3 | 320 | Fr. | Second Year Dublin, Calif. Dublin HS 2009 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt. High School: Graduated from Dublin HS in 2009…named third team all-East Bay by the Contra Costa Times following his senior season…also garnered first team all-Diablo Football Athletic League honors that season…played on the offensive and defensive lines for the Gaels…was also a member of the basketball team. Personal: Born 7-22-91…has yet to declare a major…parents are Mike and Sharon Worthley.

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NATE DEVAN

Personal: Born 5-22-88…majoring in psychology…parents are Baron and Karen Harrell.

Off. Line | 6-5 | 295 | Fr. | First Year Temecula, Calif. Chaparral HS Originally committed to Sacramento State in 2008 but greyshirted during the fall…will have four years of eligibility remaining as well as a redshirt season. High School: Graduated from Chaparral HS in 2009…as a senior, he earned all-valley honors after helping lead the team to a 12-2 overall record and a 5-0 mark in the Southwestern League…the Pumas’ only two losses came to eventual California Div. I champion Centennial, including a loss in the Southern Section championship game. Personal: Born 6-6-91…majoring in business administration…parents are Mark and Melissa Devan.

TRENT ESKEW

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Def. Line | 6-4 | 225 | Fr. | First Year Bakersfield, Calif. Liberty HS

JOE LARCHE

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Def. Back |  6-0 | 200 | Jr. | First Year Hayward, Calif. Mt. Eden HS | San Mateo JC | Gavilan JC Prior to Sacramento State: Played one season at both San Mateo College (2007) and Gavilan College (2008)…was a safety at both schools…as a sophomore, he recorded 35 total tackles…had 21 solo stops among that total…also had 1.5 tackles-for-loss and a pass breakup. High School: A 2007 graduate of Mt. Eden HS in Hayward, Calif…was a first team all-Hayward Area Athletic League as a senior…earned honorable mention accolades as a junior…also competed in track for the Monarchs…spent his first two years of high school at Johansen HS in Modesto, Calif. Personal: Born 3-24-89…majoring in communication studies…parents are Joseph Larche and Charlotte Taylor.

Originally committed to Sacramento State in 2008 but greyshirted during the fall…will have four years of eligibility remaining as well as a redshirt season. High School: A 2009 graduate of Liberty HS in Bakersfield, Calif…earned second team Div. II all-state honors as a senior…that year he was credited with 16.0 sacks and 103 total tackles…had at least four tackles in every game and had five games with at least 10 stops…highest total came against Clovis West where he had 18 (10 solo)…recorded four sacks against Highland and had three against Centennial and Garces Memorial…also forced a fumble and recovered two during the year…offensively, he had 19 receptions for 240 yards and three touchdowns as a tight end…was a first team all-South Yosemite League honoree at tight end as a junior…caught 14 passes for 177 yards and one TD that season…also had 50 tackles, including 6.0 sacks, that year. Personal: Born 1-11-91…has yet to declare a major…parents are Derek and Sharlene Eskew.

JAREN HARRELL

High School: A 2006 graduate of Quartz Hill HS…played four years of football…named first team all-Golden League on the offensive line as a senior…recorded 65 tackles on defense…voted team lineman of the year…was a two-time scholar-athlete award winner…was the school’s valedictorian…also named first team all-league in volleyball.

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Off. Line | 6-2 | 290 | Sr. | First Year Qurtz Hill, Calif. Quartz Hill HS | Hofstra

KYLE MONSON

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Def. Back |  5-8 | 175 | Jr. | First Year Saugus, Calif. Saugus HS | Grossmont JC | Arizona Prior to Sacramento State: Played the 2009 season at Grossmont JC in San Diego…earned first team all-conference and was a first team all-Region III selection as a defensive back…played in the All-America All-Star Game following the season…led the conference with seven interceptions and 21 pass breakups…tallied 44 tackles, including 3.0 tackles-for-loss…spent two years at Arizona (one redshirt) for head coach Mike Stoops. High School: A 2007 graduate of Saugus HS…earned all-state, all-section and all-Santa Clarita honors…as a senior, he had 84 tackles and four interceptions…returned two interceptions for TDs and also had two kick returns for scores…caught 46 passes for 937 yards and eight touchdowns as a receiver. Personal: Born 5-9-89…majoring in mechanical engineering…parents are Scott and Julie Monson.

Prior to Sacramento State: Played three seasons at Hofstra…the center started for the Pride the last two seasons but was free to transfer after Hofstra discontinued football…was a three-time Colonial Athletic Association and Hofstra Athletics Academic Honor Roll selection.

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5 PETE MURDACA Quarterback | 6-1 | 210 | Jr. | First Year Lodi, Calif. St. Mary’s HS | San Joaquin Delta JC Prior to Sacramento State: Spent two seasons at San Joaquin Delta College in Stockton, Calif…as a sophomore in 2009, he threw for 1,892 yards and 14 touchdowns while completing 57.1 percent of his passes (173-303)…was named the Offensive MVP of the team’s bowl game…best game came against Sequoias where he threw for 346 yards and three touchdowns and also rushed for two TDs…posted similar numbers as a freshman where he amassed 1,874 yards and 14 touchdowns in 10 games…redshirted at Nevada in 2007. High School: A 2007 graduate of St. Mary’s HS in Stockton, Calif…helped lead the Rams to the Sac-Joaquin Section title…as a senior, he passed for 1,683 yards and 14 touchdowns and also rushed for 231 yards and seven scores to earn first team all-area honors…was rated as a Top 100 QB in the nation and the best quarterback in Northern California in 2007…was named all-area by the Stockton Record…also earned all-Tri-City Athletic League honors as a quarterback, kicker and punter. Personal: Born Sept. 14, 1988…parents are Jim and Annette…his father played football at Sacramento State.

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DEXTER ALCALA

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Def. Back | 5-10 | 175 | Fr. | First Year Tracy, Calif. | West HS High School: Graduated from West HS in Tracy, Calif., in 2010…was a two-time first team all-TriCity Athletic League selection…also became the first player to earn the prestigious John C. Kimball Award two times…as a senior, he was selected as West’s Athlete of the Year after rushing for 1,170 yards and seven touchdowns in just eight games…had seven games of at least 100 yards, including 249 against Stagg…averaged 5.85 yards per carry on 200 attempts…caught 10 passes for 72 yards and a TD… also played on defense where he had nine total tackles and returned kicks…amassed 1,375 rushing yards and 14 touchdowns as a junior…that season, he also caught six passes and had 28 total tackles and was named first team all-area as a defensive back by The Stockton Record. Personal: Born 11-12-92...has yet to declare a major.

DAVID BLACK

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Wide Receiver |  6-5 | 190 | Fr. | First Year Piedmont, Calif. | Piedmont HS High School: A 2010 graduate of Piedmont HS... caught 28 passes for 484 yards and six touchdowns as a senior in Piedmont’s A-11 offense...earned second team all-Bay Shore Athletic League honors in 2009...also carried the ball four times during the year and averaged 18.5 yards per carry with one touchdown...best game came against Moreau Catholic where he had three catches for 165 yards and three TDs...also played basketball and lacrosse for the Highlanders...was a two-time all-BSAL selection in basketball. Personal: Born 1-18-92...has yet to declare a major...parents are Ed Gray and Erika Black.

CHRIS BROADNAX

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Wide Receiver |  6-3 | 205 | Fr. | First Year Vacaville, Calif. | Vanden HS High School: A 2010 graduate of Vanden HS in Vacaville, Calif...was a two-star recruit on both Scout and Rivals...named all-Solano County Athletic Conference, all-city and honorable mention all-SacJoaquin Section in 2009...hauled in 43 passes for 1,035 yards and 15 touchdowns as a senior...averaged 24.1 yards per catch and 86.3 yards per game that season...during his senior season, he had four 100-yard games, including 172 against Dixon and 140 against Hogan...also scored a touchdown

in nine of the team’s 11 games...is the all-time leading receiver at Vanden and the SCAC...defensively, he had 44 total tackles and three interceptions...as a junior, he caught 19 passes for 302 yards and three scores...also competed in basketball, track and golf. Personal: Born 12-19-91...plans to major in computer engineering...parents are William Broadnax and Donna Wright.

KYLE BROOKS

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Def. Back | 5-9 | 180 | Fr. | First Year Palmdale, Calif. | Quartz Hill HS High School: A 2010 graduate of Quartz Hill HS... rated as a one star recruit by Rivals...was a first team all-CIF Western Division selection as a utility player... played running back, wide receiver and defensive back...rushed for 1,495 yards and 18 touchdowns in 2009...also caught 14 passes for 175 yards for two scores...as a junior, he was the Southern Section Player of the Year and the Golden League Offensive MVP...that season, he rushed for 1,465 yards and 16 touchdowns and caught 17 passes for 148 yards and one TD...had 30 tackles and two interceptions... also competed in basketball and track...long jumped 21-feet, 7-inches and ran the 100 in 11.0 seconds. Personal: Born 5-7-92...plans to major in criminal justice...parents are Vincent and Regina Brooks.

JUSTIN CHASTAIN

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Wide Receiver | 6-0 | 205 | Jr. | First Year Auburn, Calif. | Sierra JC Prior to Sacramento State: Played two seasons at Sierra JC in Rocklin, Calif…was named all-Valley Conference and first team all-state region II as a freshman…had 54 receptions for 858 yards and 10 touchdowns that season…played the first seven games in 2009 before being sidelined by a foot injury…had 49 catches for 708 yards and eight touchdowns in that span…best game came against CCSF where he had 10 receptions for 167 yards and a score. High School: Graduated from Colfax HS in 2007… competed in four years of football and track for the Falcons…earned first team all-Pioneer Valley League honors in football as a junior and senior…was also named all-Sac-Joaquin Section as a senior after catching 69 passes for 1,208 yards and 12 touchdowns…team posted a 12-1 overall record and lost in the Sac-Joaquin Section Div. IV title game…was a section finalist in the 200 in track with a best of 22.8 seconds. Personal: Born 6-6-89…majoring in criminal justice…father is Jeff Chastain.

BEN COWGER

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Def. End |  6-4 | 220 | Fr. | First Year Madera, Calif. | Liberty HS High School: A 2010 graduate of Liberty HS in Madera, Calif...was named second team all-state small schools, the North Sequoia League Defensive Player of the Year and was a member of the Fresno Bee all-star team in 2009...was also a first team allleague selection on both the offensive and defensive lines...as a senior, he recorded 110 tackles with 13.5 tackles-for-loss and 10 sacks...was a first team allNSL selection on both sides of the ball as a junior... also played basketball and baseball for the Hawks... is the school’s all-time leading rebounder. Personal: Born 12-5-91...plans to major in biology... parents are Andy and Angela Cowger...became the first Liberty High School student-athlete to earn a Div. I scholarship.

TODD DAVIS

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Def. End |  6-1 | 225 | Fr. | First Year Palmdale, Calif. | Paraclete HS High School: A 2010 graduate of Paraclete HS in Lancaster, Calif...was named first team all-state small schools as a senior after recording 119 tackles, including three sacks...recorded at least 10 tackles in eight of the 11 games...had 16 stops against Village Christian for his season high...as a junior, he tallied 161 total stops and 14 sacks...those marks helped him earn second team all-state and first team all-Southern Section Mid-Valley honors...was also part of the 2008 all-state underclass team, and the Olympic League and Antelope Valley Press Defensive MVP...had nine games with double-figure tackles, including 16 against Rosemead. Personal: Born 5-17-92...has yet to declare a major...parents are Todd and Karen Davis.

JASON DINIZ

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Kicker | 5-9 | 180 | Fr. | First Year Escalon, Calif. | Escalon HS High School: A 2010 graduate of Escalon HS… played running back, defensive back and kicker… earned first team all-Trans-Valley League honors as both a defensive back and kicker…rushed for 695 yards on 122 carries (5.70 yards per rush) as a senior…caught 10 passes for 245 yards…rushed for seven touchdowns and caught three…defensively, he tallied 23 total tackles…as a kicker, 33 of his 70 kickoffs went for touchbacks…finished his senior season with six field goals and 52 extra points.

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RONALD DOUGLAS

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Running Back | 5-11 | 190 | Fr. | First Year Rialto, Calif. | Chaffey HS High School: A 2010 graduate of Chaffey HS in Ontario, Calif...was a one star recruit by Rivals... finished third in the state in rushing in 2009 with 2,671 yards...averaged 7.8 yards per carry and had 24 rushing touchdowns...was named second team all-state, all-Southern Section Central Division and was part of the Inland Valley Bulletin all-area team in 2009...rushed for at least 100 yards in 10 of the team’s 12 games...tallied 366 yards and three touchdowns against Garey...rushed for at least one touchdown in every game, including four against Ontario...had eight games with 200-plus yards... ended the season averaging 279.2 rushing yards per game over the final six contests...as a junior, he compiled 1,387 rushing yards and 12 touchdowns... was the Mt. Baldy League Offensive MVP as a junior and the league’s Defensive MVP as a senior. Personal: Born 2-14-92...has yet to declare a major... son of Marlon Carney.

TOMMY EDWARDS

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Quarterback | 6-0 | 175 | So. | First Year Sherman Oaks, Calif. | The Citadel Due to NCAA regulations, Edwards will redshirt during the 2010 season after transferring from The Citadel. Prior to Sacramento State: Played one season at The Citadel in Charleston, S.C…appeared in four games as a true freshman…finished the year 56-for-97 for 588 yards…threw six touchdowns and had three interceptions…was named to the Southern Conference all-freshman team…came on in relief against Samford and rallied the team from a 10-0 deficit for a 28-16 victory…started the final two games of the season and threw for at least 213 yards in both contests. High School: A 2009 graduate from Ulysses S. Grant HS in Van Nuys, Calif…was named all-city and all-East Valley League as a senior…set the school record by passing for 2,221 and 17 touchdowns as a senior in 10 games…best game came against Verdugo Hills HS where he passed for 297 yards and four touchdowns. Personal: Born 9-7-91...majoring in communication studies…parents are Don and Andi Edwards.

HENRY FERNANDEZ

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Linebacker | 5-11 | 205 | Fr. | First Year Oxnard, Calif. | Oxnard HS

Linebacker |  6-0 | 190 | Fr. | First Year Guadalupe, Calif. | Nipomo HS

High School: A 2010 graduate of Oxnard HS…was named third team all-state as a linebacker, first team all-Ventura County and the Pacific View League Offensive Player of the Year as a senior…rushed for 980 yards on 116 attempts (8.45 per attempt) and had 18 rushing touchdowns in 2009…recorded four 100-yard games, including 175 against Pacifica… also caught 12 passes for 135 yards and a TD… tallied 93 total tackles on defense…had at least five stops in each game…recorded four 10-plus tackle games, including 13 against San Marcos…also served as the team’s punter and punt returner.

High School: Graduated from Nipomo HS in 2010... was named all-Southern Section Northwest Division as a linebacker and also the Los Padres League Defensive Back of the Year in 2009...recorded 134 total tackles, including 86 solos...also played running back where he had 23 carries for 164 yards and caught 14 passes for 119 yards...as a junior, he rushed for 361 yards and eight scores and also had 64 tackles...was named first team all-county and first team all-Los Padres League...best game came against Templeton where he had 19 tackles, including three for loss as a senior.

Personal: Born 11-14-92...plans to major in kinesiology...parents are Anahi Tovar and Bobby Valenzuela.

Personal: Born 10-12-92...plans to major in kinesiology...parents are Duane and Maria Hanna.

WILLIAM FUKOFUKA

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Off. Line | 6-8 | 260 | Fr. | First Year Bermuda Dunes, Calif. | Palm Desert HS

Def. Line | 6-3 | 290 | Fr. | First Year San Leandro, Calif. | San Lorenzo HS High School: A 2010 graduate of San Lorenzo HS... rated as a two-star recruit by Rivals...was a third team all-East Bay selection by the Contra Costa Times as a senior...also named the Hayward Area Athletic League defensive lineman of the year and was a first team all-HAAL selection...ended the year with 70 total tackles, including two sacks...also played on the offensive line where he was a second team all-league choice...was twice named all-HAAL in basketball. Personal: Born 12-31-91...has yet to declare a major...parents are Sitaifoni Fukofuka and Victoria Neiufi.

EDDIE GILLIES

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High School: A 2010 graduate of Palm Desert HS... earned all-league honors in football, basketball and swimming...was named to the “Top 10 in the Valley” by the Desert Sun...also earned all-Desert Valley League honors in both football and basketball... played on both the offensive and defensive lines in 2009...as a defensive tackle, he had 39 tackles… earned the All-America Award at the 2008 Offense/Defense Camp. Personal: Born 9-30-92...plans to major in communication studies...parents are Craig and Susan Hanson.

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Def. Back | 6-0 | 170 | Fr. | First Year Oakland, Calif. | Oakland Tech HS High School: Graduated from Oakland Tech HS in 2010...named first team all-city as a senior defensive back...ran a 4.5 second 40-yard dash...as a senior, he returned two interceptions for touchdowns...also played as a wide receiver and served as the team’s kicker and punter...helped the team to a league title with a 9-1 overall record...also competed in track where he ran 23.2 in the 200 and 11.1 in the 100. Personal: Born 6-30-92...majoring in business administration...parents are Edgar and Karen Gillies.

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Def. Back |  6-0 | 180 | Fr. | First Year Elk Grove, Calif. | Monterey Trail HS High School: A 2010 graduate of Monterey Trail HS in Elk Grove, Calif…played running back and linebacker…earned second team all-Delta River League honors at linebacker as a senior…rushed for 747 yards and seven touchdowns on 106 carries…also had 51 total tackles and one interception…rushed for a season-high 108 yards and a touchdown against Pleasant Grove…had four games with at least 90 rushing yards…defensively, had a tackle in all 13 games…had seven stops against Sheldon and recorded six tackles in three other games. Personal: Born 12-22-92...has yet to declare a major…son Laurance Hunter.

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JEMERYN JENKINS

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Wide Receiver |  6-0 | 190 | Fr. | First Year Adelanto, Calif. | Silverado HS High School: Graduated from Silverado HS in Victorville, Calif., in 2010…was a three-star recruit by Scouts.com…was a three-time all-Desert Sky League honoree at quarterback, including league MVP his final two years…as a senior, he threw for 923 yards and 10 touchdowns and also rushed for 1,042 yards and 11 scores…best game came against Barstow where he threw for 189 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for 178 yards and three additional TDs… rushed for over 100 yards in five games, including 214 against Burroughs…as a junior, he threw for 2,466 yards and 17 touchdowns and rushed for 1,259 yards and 20 touchdowns…in his final game of the year, he threw for 351 yards and four TDs and also rushed for 84 yards and three touchdowns against Hesperia…that season, he was named to the all-state, all-county and all-area teams…also competed in basketball and track. Personal: Born 12-27-91...plans to major in business administration...parents are Ronnie and Jennifer Baker.

JOSIAH MARSHALL

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Linebacker | 6-1 | 190 | Fr. | First Year Compton, Calif. | Compton HS High School: Graduated from Compton HS in 2010…was a three-star recruit by Rivals…recorded 77 total tackles at outside linebacker as a senior… had 16 tackles, an interception and a sack against Dominguez for his season best…recorded at least seven stops in seven games, and had five with 10plus…intercepted a pass against Centennial…also played on offense where he caught five passes for 109 yards and a touchdown…as a junior, he had 50 total tackles, including a pair of sacks…tallied a season high 10 against Millikan…played varsity football as a sophomore and was named a team captain that season…also competed in track & field, wrestling and basketball. Personal: Born 10-25-91…plans to major in communication studies…parents are John and Tiffany Marshall.

DEVONTE MARTIN

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Off. Line |  6-3 | 330 | Fr. | First Year Fresno, Calif. | Fresno HS High School: A 2010 graduate of Fresno HS...was named first team all-North Yosemite League as both a junior and senior offensive lineman and earned

second team honors as a sophomore...also played on the defensive side of the ball where he had 59 tackles as a senior, including 53 solo stops...a good athlete, he also played basketball and competed in track and field for the Warriors...his best shot put was 53-feet, 11-inches...was on the honor roll all four years.

RANDEY PETERSON

Personal: Born 5-18-92...plans to major in criminal justice...mother is Melissa Martin.

High School: A 2010 graduate of Vanden HS in Vacaville, Calif...was a two-star recruit by Rivals...as a senior, he tallied 83 total tackles, including 34 solo stops and seven sacks...was named to the Solano County Athletic Conference and all-city first teams... had at least four tackles in all 11 games, including three games with 10...also led Vanden with five fumble recoveries and had three pass breakups...as a junior, he recorded 57 total tackles with 5.5 sacks... helped lead the team to a pair of SCAC titles...also competed in track and basketball for the Vikings.

TERRENCE McDONALD

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Def. Back | 6-0 | 190 | Fr. | First Year Stockton, Calif. | Cesar Chavez HS High School: Graduated from Cesar Chavez HS in Stockton, Calif., in 2009…named honorable mention all-area by the Stockton Record and first team all-San Joaquin Athletic Association as a receiver following his senior season…caught 27 passes for 566 yards and five touchdowns…averaged 21.0 yards per catch…all five of his touchdowns came in two games…caught four passes for 124 yards and three TDs against Madera…had seven receptions for 137 yards and two scores against Lincoln (Stockton)…also recorded 19 tackles on defense… exclusively played defensive back as a junior and had 37 tackles and an interception. Personal: Born 1-24-91...has yet to declare a major...mother is Lashaunta Hayes.

MARCUS MULLINS

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Def. Line | 6-3 | 245 | Jr. | First Year Los Angeles, Calif. | Glendale JC Junior College: Played at Glendale College for two years…played both defensive end and linebacker for the Vaqueros…as a sophomore, he appeared in all 10 games and tallied 47 total tackles (27 solo)… also had 8.5 tackles-for-loss and three sacks…best game came against Pasadena JC where he had 12 stops…was limited to two games as a freshman but had six tackles. High School: A 2008 graduate of Dorsey HS in Los Angeles…was a two-time all-Coliseum League selection in football…helped lead the Dons to a 9-4 record as a senior in 2007 and a playoff berth…in track, he was the Los Angeles City Section champion in the long jump as a senior with a leap of 21-feet, 11 inches…also advanced to the state championships in the event…ran the 100 in 11.00 seconds and had a triple jump of 43-feet. Personal: Born 10-9-90…majoring in psychology… brother, Robert, is a linebacker at Cal…parents are Robert and Cheryl Mullins.

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Linebacker |  6-1 | 190 | Fr. | First Year Vacaville, Calif. | Vanden HS

Personal: Born 3-27-92...plans to major in criminal justice...parents are Leo and Nicole Peterson...originally from Panama City, Fla.

JULIO REGLA

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Off. Line | 6-0 | 310 | Fr. | First Year Bakersfield, Calif. | South HS High School: A 2010 graduate of South HS in Bakersfield, Calif...was named first team all-area by the Bakersfield Californian and first team all-Southwest Yosemite League as an offensive lineman in 2009... also earned all-league and all-area honors in 2009... as a senior, he allowed only one sack during the season and averaged 3.3 pancake blocks a game...also wrestled for the Rebels and was the SYL heavyweight champion with a 15-2 record. Personal: Born 8-4-92...plans to major in kinesiology... mother is Maria Gomez.

GARRETT SAFRON

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Quarterback |  6-1 | 190 | Fr. | First Year Santa Monica, Calif. | Santa Monica HS High School: Graduated from Santa Monica HS in 2010…earned first team all-Ocean League honors as a quarterback as a senior…threw for 2,065 yards and 17 touchdowns while completing 57.0 percent of his passes…had just one interception in his final nine games compared to 14 touchdowns… threw for three TDs against Venice, Morningside and Palmdale…highest yardage output was 274 against Beverly Hills…also rushed for 298 yards and four TDs.…played in the Daily News All-Star Game following his senior season…as a junior, he passed for 897 yards and 11 touchdowns. Personal: Born 4-28-92…an undeclared major… mother is Elizabeth Safron.

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CURTIS SHAW

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Running Back | 5-11 | 195 | Jr. | First Year Stockton, Calif. | Washington Prior to Sacramento State: Spent three years at Washington, playing in 2007 and 2009 and redshirting in 2008…in 2009, he played in 10 of the Huskies’ 12 games (all but UCLA and Oregon State) as a reserve tailback and as a regular on special teams...carried the ball five times for 19 yards in the win over Idaho...had two carries for 10 yards in the victory against Washington State...had a 25-yard kickoff return vs. Idaho…was one of seven true freshmen to see action during the 2007 season...spent the first part of the season at tailback before moving to wide receiver in the latter stages of the year…in his first game at wide receiver at Oregon State, he caught four passes for 46 yards…also spent some time as a kick returner. High School: A 2007 graduate of Lincoln HS in Stockton, Calif…finished his senior season with 1,633 rushing yards and 24 touchdowns…rushed for 245 yards and five touchdowns on 15 carries in an opening-round sectional playoff win over Golden Valley…rushed for 200 yards three times as a senior…earned all-area honors from the Stockton Record as well as being named all-Sac-Joaquin Section…earned a spot on the Cal Hi Sports all-state third team…named Long Beach Press-Telegram’s “Best in the West” honorable mention as the No. 27 vote-getter on the list…named to the “Western 100” by the Tacoma News-Tribune…as a junior, he rushed for 1,653 yard and 21 touchdowns when the Trojans made it to the first round of the section playoffs…also a standout on the track team at Lincoln... qualified for the CIF state championships as a senior in the 100 and 200-meters with senior season best times of 10.54 and 21.30, respectively…100-meter time was the third-best in the state of California and the 200-meter time was fifth…listed as the No. 4 running back recruit in California and No. 23 running back in the nation by Rivals…rated as the No. 39 running back recruit in the country and No. 51 player in California by Scout…a PrepStar all-region selection. Personal: Born 5-7-89...majoring in ethnic studies... parents are Derrick Shaw and Gwen Segura.

COREY SIMS

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six interceptions...offensively, he scored four rushing touchdowns...helped lead the team to a 12-2 overall record and the Central Division title...set the school record with a 99-yard kickoff return...also competed in track where he triple jumped 42-feet. Personal: Born 8-5-92...has yet to declare a major... parents are John Sims and Lucretia Oliver.

DEREK STICKNEY

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Off. Line | 6-7 | 300 | Fr. | First Year Placentia, Calif. | El Dorado HS High School: A 2010 graduate of El Dorado HS in Placentia, Calif...rated as a two-star recruit by Scout. com…was a second team all-Century League selection as a senior...named as one of the top 25 players in Orange Country by the Orange County Register. Personal: Born 12-11-91...has yet to declare a major...parents are Ron and Cindy Stickney.

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Running Back |  6-0 | 230 | Jr. | First Year Sacramento, Calif. | Sacramento City JC Prior to Sacramento State: Played two seasons at Sacramento City JC under former Hornet Dannie Walker…named honorable mention all-Mid-Empire League as a sophomore…helped lead the Panthers to the Laney Eagle Bowl title…rushed for a teamleading 483 yards on 85 attempts…also caught seven passes for 54 yards…best game came against Sierra where he amassed 131 yards…saw limited action as a freshman where he recorded 25 yards on nine attempts.

MARQUES WHITE

Def. Line | 6-2 | 245 | Fr. | First Year Folsom, Calif. | Vista Del Lago HS High School: A 2010 graduate of Vista Del Lago HS in Folsom...played both tight end and defensive end... as a senior, he caught six passes for 133 yards... defensively, he tallied 44 total tackles, including four sacks...as a junior, he caught 22 passes for 340 yards and three touchdowns...he also collected 40 tackles and had four sacks...also played basketball for the Eagles. Personal: Born 3-11-92...has yet to declare a major... parents are Steve and Karla White.

DYLAN WOODFILL

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Off. Line | 6-5 | 250 | Fr. | First Year Wilton, Calif. | Pleasant Grove HS High School: A 2010 graduate of Pleasant Grove HS in Elk Grove, Calif…played on the offensive and defensive lines for the Eagles…earned second team all-Delta River League honors as an offensive lineman…helped lead the team to a 9-4 overall record as a senior…the team also advanced to the third round of the Sac-Joaquin Section playoffs…paved the way for a rushing attack which averaged 222.2 yards per game and scored 35 touchdowns during the season…also played basketball…led the team to a 59-57 Sac-Joaquin Section playoff victory over Lincoln (Stockton) when he converted a three-point play with 22.2 seconds remaining. Personal: Born 7-19-92…an undeclared major… parents are Steve and Pattie Woodfill.

High School: A 2007 graduate of Mooseheart School in Mooseheart, Ill…competed in football, basketball and track…rushed for 1,900 yards and 20 touchdowns as a senior to earn all-area and all-conference honors…was also all-conference as a running back during his junior season after he rushed for 23 touchdowns…a second team allconference linebacker as a sophomore…in track, he advanced to the Illinois state meet in the long jump and the 4x100 relay. Personal: Born 1-6-89…majoring in economics… parents are Jose Tezanos-Pinto and Gail Akana.

Def. Back | 5-9 | 165 | Fr. | First Year Upland, Calif. | Upland HS

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2010 SACRAMENTO STATE FOOTBALL 2010 OPPONENTS

STANFORD

WESTERN OREGON

Sept. 4, 2010 • Stanford Stadium • 3:30 p.m.

Sept. 11, 2010 • Hornet Stadium • 6:05 p.m.

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GAME 1

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University Facts

Location.............................Stanford, Calif. Founded...........................................1891 Enrollment.....................................15,140 Affiliation................ NCAA Division I (FBS) Nickname.................................... Cardinal Colors............................Cardinal & White Conference................................ Pacific-10 Home Field..................... Cardinal Stadium Capacity........................................50,000 Surface........................................... Grass President............................ John Hennessy Athletics Director.................... Bob Bowlsby

Series History

Series Record......................... First meeting In Sacramento........................ First meeting In Stanford............................. First meeting At Neutral Sites...................... First meeting In Div. I-AA/FCS Era.............. First meeting Sperbeck vs. STAN................. First meeting Harbaugh vs. SAC................. First meeting Last SAC Home Win............... First meeting Last SAC Road Win................ First meeting Largest SAC Victory............... First meeting Largest STAN Victory.............. First meeting Current Streak........................ First meeting Longest SAC Win Streak......... First meeting Longest STAN Win Streak....... First meeting

Football Facts

Head Coach........................ Jim Harbaugh Alma Mater, Year................. Michigan, ‘86 Record at Stanford.............17-20 (3 years) Career Record...................46-26 (6 years) Assistant Coaches: Greg Roman (Assoc. Head Coach/Asst. Off./Tight Ends/Off. Tackles); Vic Fangio (Def. Coord./Linebackers); David Shaw (Off. Coord./Running Backs); Lance Anderson (Outside Linebackers/Recruiting); Randy Hart (Def. Line); Derek Mason (Secondary); Tim Drevno (Off. Line); Pep Hamilton (Wide Receivers); Brian Polian (Special Teams); Shannon Turley (Strength & Conditioning).

Team Information

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Offensive Formation...................... Multiple Defensive Formation.............................3-4 2009 Record.......................................8-5 2009 Conf. Record/Finish........... 6-3/t2nd 2009 Final Ranking.................. Not ranked 2009 Postseason...................Brut Sun Bowl Lettermen Returning/Lost..................43/15 Starters Ret........... 16 (8 off./6 def./2 kick) Starters Lost............ 7 (3 off./4 def./0 kick)

Jim Harbaugh Head Coach

Andrew Luck

Sophomore • QB

Media Information

Football Contact......................... Jim Young Office Phone.....................(650) 721-1989 E-Mail......................jfyoung@stanford.edu Secondary Contact....................Niall Adler Office Phone.....................(650) 725-2959 E-Mail....................... nadler@stanford.edu Press Box Phone................(650) 723-4418 Web Site...................www.gostanford.com Radio Announcer............... Dave Flemming Color Announcer......................Todd Husak Flagship Station........ XTRA Sports 860 AM Primary Newspapers........ Oakland Tribune San Francisco Chronicle San Jose Mercury News

Returning Leaders

Passing Leader: Andrew Luck (162 comp., 288 att., 2,575 yds., 13 TD) Rushing Leader: Andrew Luck (61 att., 354 yds., 2 TD) Receiving Leader: Ryan Whalen (57 rec., 926, 4 TD) Tackles Leader: Delano Howell (52 ua, 26 ast., 78 tt, 2.0 tfl, 2 int.)

2010 Schedule

9/4.............................SACRAMENTO STATE 9/11..............................................at UCLA* 9/18..................................... WAKE FOREST 9/25......................................at Notre Dame 10/2...........................................at Oregon* 10/9................................................... USC* 10/23.......................WASHINGTON STATE* 10/30...................................at Washington* 11/6...........................................ARIZONA* 11/13................................ at Arizona State* 11/20......................................at California* 11/27............................... OREGON STATE*

2009 Results

9/5 at Washington State*........W, 39-13 9/12 at Wake Forest...................L, 24-17 9/19 SAN JOSE STATE*............W, 42-17 9/26 WASHINGTON*..............W, 34-14 10/3 UCLA*.............................W, 24-16 10/10 at Oregon State*................L, 38-28 10/17 at Arizona*........................L, 43-38 10/24 ARIZONA STATE*.............W, 33-14 11/7 OREGON*.......................W, 51-42 11/14 at USC*...........................W, 55-21 11/21 CALIFORNIA*....................L, 34-28 11/28 NOTRE DAME*................W, 45-38 12/31 vs. Oklahoma^...................L, 31-27 * Pacific-10 Game ^ Brut Sun Bowl

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University Facts

Location.......................... Monmouth, Ore. Founded...........................................1856 Enrollment.......................................5,800 Affiliation........................NCAA Division II Nickname...................................... Wolves Colors...................... Crimson Red & White Conference.......................Great Northwest Home Field......................... McArthur Field Capacity..........................................2,500 Surface........................................... Grass President.....................Dr. John P. Minahan Athletics Director..................... Daniel Hare

Series History

Series Record......................... First Meeting In Sacramento........................ First Meeting In Monmouth......................... First Meeting At Neutral Sites...................... First Meeting In Div. I-AA/FCS Era.............. First Meeting Sperbeck vs. WOU................ First Meeting Ferguson vs. SAC................... First Meeting Last SAC Home Win............... First Meeting Last SAC Road Win................ First Meeting Largest SAC Victory............... First Meeting Largest WOU Victory............. First Meeting Current Streak........................ First Meeting Longest SAC Win Streak......... First Meeting Longest WOU Win Streak....... First Meeting

Football Facts

Head Coacg....................... Arne Ferguson Alma Mater, Year.......Western Oregon, ‘91 Record at WOU.................32-21 (5 years) Career Record..................................Same Assistant Coaches: Ryan O’Malley (Off. Coord.); John Bartlett (Wide Receivers); Matt Overlin (Def. Backs/Special Teams); Brian Harris (Off. Line); Josh Manning (Tight Ends); Brian Alves (Running Backs); Todd Smith (Linebackers); Robert Werder (Def. Line).

Team Information

Offensive Formation....................One Back Defensive Formation.............................4-3 2009 Record.......................................5-5 2009 Conf. Record/Finish............ 3-3/2nd 2009 Final Ranking..................Not Ranked 2009 Postseason...............................None Lettermen Returning/Lost..................63/17 Starters Ret........... 11 (6 off./5 def./0 kick) Starters Lost.......... 13 (5 off./6 def./2 kick)

Arne Ferguson

Head Coach

Caleb Singleton Senior • S

Media Information

Football Contact.................... Danny Barnts Office Phone.....................(503) 838-8121 Cell Phone........................(509) 336-9944 E-Mail............................barntsd@wou.edu Office Fax........................(503) 838-8164 Press Box Phone................(503) 838-8922 Web Site...................www.wouwolves.com Radio Announcer................................TBA Color Announcer.................................TBA Flagship Station............... KLOO 1340 AM Primary Newspaper....... Statesman Journal Primary Beat Writer............................TBA

Returning Leaders

Passing Leader: AJ Robinson (1 comp., 2 att., 8 yds., 0 TD, 0 int.) Rushing Leader: DJ Jackson (104 att., 379 yds., 3 TD) Receiving Leader: Justin Ore (27 rec., 513 yds., 3 TD) Tackles Leader: Caleb Singleton (42 ua, 41 ast., 83 tt, 1.5 tfl, 3 int.)

2010 Schedule

9/4..................................... at Simon Fraser* 9/11.............................. at Sacramento State 9/18.................................. SIMON FRASER* 9/25...............................HUMBOLDT STATE* 10/2.............................. at Southern Oregon 10/9...................................... at Dixie State* 10/16....................... at Central Washington* 10/23..................................AZUSA PACIFIC 10/30...................................... DIXIE STATE* 11/6................................at Humboldt State* 11/13....................... at Central Washington*

2009 Results

9/5 at Eastern Washington........L, 35-14 9/12 at Humboldt State*...........W, 17-16 9/19 DIXIE STATE*....................W, 17-16 9/26 at UC Davis........................L, 29-13 10/3 SOUTHERN OREGON........W, 23-0 10/10 at Dixie State*....................L, 31-23 10/17 at Central Washington*.......L, 23-21 10/24 at Azusa Pacific..................W, 27-6 10/31 HUMBOLDT STATE*..........W, 31-28 11/7 CENTRAL WASH.*................L, 20-6 * Great Northwest Athletic Conference Game

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2010 SACRAMENTO STATE FOOTBALL 2010 OPPONENTS

WEBER STATE

MONTANA

Sept. 18, 2010 • Hornet Stadium • 6:05 p.m.

Sept. 25, 2010 • Washington-Grizzly • 1:05 p.m. MT

GAME 4

GAME 3

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University Facts

Location................................Ogden, Utah Founded...........................................1889 Enrollment.....................................23,000 Affiliation................NCAA Division I (FCS) Nickname.................................... Wildcats Colors...................... Royal Purple & White Conference.................................... Big Sky Home Field....................... Stewart Stadium Capacity........................................17,500 Surface........................................... Grass President........................ Dr. F. Ann Millner Athletics Director...................... Jerry Bovee

Series History

Series Record.................. WSU leads, 10-4 In Sacramento.................... SAC leads, 4-3 In Ogden.......................... WSU leads, 7-0 At Neutral Sites...................Series tied, 0-0 In Div. I-AA/FCS Era....... WSU leads, 10-4 Spereck vs. WSU.................................0-3 McBride vs. SAC..................................4-1 Last SAC Home Win..............2006 (24-21) Last SAC Road Win...........................None Largest SAC Victory..........28 (35-7, 2000) Largest WSU Victory.......32 (52-14, 1997) Current Streak......... Weber State won three Longest SAC Win Streak.........1 (four times) Longest WSU Win Streak.........4 (1996-99)

Football Facts

Head Coach.......................... Ron McBride Alma Mater, Year.......... San Jose State, ’63 Record at WSU..................32-27 (5 years) Career Record...............120-90 (18 years) Assistant Coaches: Matt Hammer (Asst. Head Coach/Off. Coord./Wide Receivers); Jake Cookus (Co-Def. Coord./Safeties/Special Teams); Colton Swan (Co-Def. Coord./Linebackers); Jason Beck (Quarterbacks); Andre Dyson (Cornerbacks); Tom Stackaruk (Tight Ends); Kamall Ahmad (Fullbacks); Jason Kaufusi (Def. Line); Cecil Thomas (Off. Line); Brian Zeches (Running Backs).

Team Information

Offensive Formation...................... Multiple Defensive Formation.............................4-3 2009 Record.......................................7-5 2009 Conf. Record/Finish........... 6-2/t2nd 2009 Final Ranking............................ 17th 2009 Postseason.......NCAA FCS 1st Round Lettermen Returning/Lost..................34/22 Starters Ret........... 11 (6 off./5 def./0 kick) Starters Lost.......... 13 (5 off./6 def./2 kick)

Ron McBride

Head Coach

Cameron Higgins

Senior • QB

Media Information

Football Contact.......................Brad Larsen Office Phone.....................(801) 626-6010 Cell Phone........................(801) 698-9548 E-Mail....................... blarsen3@weber.edu Office Fax........................(801) 626-6490 Press Box Phone................(801) 626-6588 Web Site.......... www.weberstatesports.com

MONTANAGRIZZLIES.COM

University Facts

Radio Announcer........................Carl Arky Flagship Station.................. KLO 1430 AM Primary Newspaper......Standard-Examiner Primary Beat Writer............................TBA

Location............................Missoula, Mont. Founded...........................................1893 Enrollment.....................................13,961 Affiliation................NCAA Division I (FCS) Nickname....................................Grizzlies Colors..............................Maroon & Silver Conference.................................... Big Sky Home Field.....Washington-Grizzly Stadium Capacity........................................25,217 Surface.......................................SprinTurf President............................................TBA Athletics Director....................... Jim O’Day

Returning Leaders

Series History

Passing Leader: Cameron Higgins (289 comp., 454 att., 3,321 yds., 30 TD, 20 int. Rushing Leader: Vai. Tafuna (5 att., 42 yds., 3 TD) Receiving Leader: Mike Phillips (39 rec., 704 yds., 6 TD) Tackles Leader: Taylor Sedillo (34 ua, 66 ast., 100 tt, 5.5 TFL, 1 int.)

2010 Schedule

9/4.................................... at Boston College 9/11.................... NORTHERN COLORADO* 9/18.............................at Sacramento State* 9/25............................................ UC DAVIS 10/2....................EASTERN WASHINGTON* 10/16....................................at Idaho State* 10/23............................. PORTLAND STATE* 10/30...................................... MONTANA* 11/6.................................at Montana State* 11/13.......................... at Northern Arizona* 11/20...................................... at Texas Tech

2009 Results

9/5 at Wyoming.......................L, 29-22 9/12 at Colorado State...............L, 24-23 9/19 IDAHO STATE*.................W, 44-17 9/26 at Portland State*.............W, 36-29 10/3 MONTANA STATE*............L, 26-21 10/10 EASTERN WASH.*............W, 31-13 10/17 SACRAMENTO STATE*.....W, 49-10 10/24 at Northern Colorado*......W, 28-20 10/31 at Montana*.......................L, 31-10 11/14 NORTHERN ARIZONA*......W, 27-9 11/21 CAL POLY*.......................W, 47-14 11/28 at William & Mary^.............L, 38-0 Big Sky Conference Game ^ NCAA FCS Playoffs

Series Record.....................UM leads, 15-0 In Sacramento......................UM leads, 6-0 In Missoula..........................UM leads, 9-0 At Neutral Sites...................Series tied, 0-0 In Div. I-AA/FCS Era..........UM leads, 15-0 Sperbeck vs. UM..................................0-3 Pflugrad vs. SAC..................................0-0 Last SAC Home Win..........................None Last SAC Road Win...........................None Largest SAC Victory..........................None Largest UM Victory............47 (54-7, 1993) Current Streak..................Montana won 15 Longest SAC Win Streak....................None Longest UM Win Streak..... 15 (1993-pres.)

Football Facts

Head Coach....................... Robin Pflugrad Alma Mater, Year...........Portland State, ’79 Record at UM......................... First Season Career Record .................................Same Assistant Coaches: Mick Delaney (Asst. Head Coach/Running Backs); MIke Breske (Def. Coord./Safeties); JOnathan Smith (Off. Coord./Quarterbacks); Dick Arbuckle (Special Teams); Shalon Baker (Wide Receivers); Bob Beers (Centers/Guards); Inoke Breckterfield (Def. Line); Scott Gragg (Off. Tackles/Tight Ends); Mike Hudson (Linebackers); Aric Williams (Cornerbacks).

Team Information

Offensive Formation........................Pro Set Defensive Formation.............................4-3 2009 Record.....................................14-1 2009 Conf. Record/Finish.............8-0/t1st 2009 Final Ranking............................. 2nd 2009 Postseason........................FCS Finals Lettermen Returning/Lost..................46/20 Starters Ret........... 12 (5 off./5 def./2 kick) Starters Lost.......... 13 (7 off./6 def./0 kick)

Robin Pflugrad

Head Coach

Chase Reynolds Senior • RB

Media Information

Football Contact......................Dave Guffey Office Phone.....................(406) 243-5402 Home Phone.....................(406) 728-1135 E-Mail....................guffeydb@mso.umt.edu Office Fax........................(406) 243-6859 Press Box Phone................(406) 243-4167 Web Site..........www.montanagrizzlies.com Radio Announcer.................... Mick Holien Color Announcer...................Scott Gurnsey Flagship Station...............KGVO 1290 AM Primary Newspaper............ The Missoulian Primary Beat Writer............ Fritz Neighbor

Returning Leaders

Passing Leader: Andrew Selle (2224 comp., 356 att., 3,043 yds., 28 TD, 6 int) Rushing Leader: Chase Reynolds (321 att., 1,502 yds., 22 TD) Receiving Leader: Chase Reynolds (38 rec., 358 yds., 2 TD) Tackles Leader: Erik Stoll (40 ua, 58 ast., 98 tt, 1.5 TFL, 2 int)

2010 Schedule

9/4.................................... WESTERN STATE 9/11............................................at Cal Poly 9/18.........................at Eastern Washington* 9/25......................... SACRAMENTO STATE* 10/2.......................... at Northern Colorado* 10/9..................................... IDAHO STATE* 10/16................................at Portland State* 10/23...................... NORTHERN ARIZONA* 10/30.................................. at Weber State* 11/13................................NORTH DAKOTA 11/20.............................MONTANA STATE*

2009 Results

9/5 WESTERN STATE................W, 38-0 9/12 at UC Davis......................W, 17-10 9/19 PORTLAND STATE*...........W, 49-17 9/26 at Northern Ariz....... W, 41-34 (2ot) 10/10 CAL POLY........................W, 35-23 10/17 EASTERN WASH.*............W, 41-34 10/24 at Sacramento State*........W, 45-30 10/31 WEBER STATE*.................W, 31-10 11/7 at Idaho State*.................W, 12-10 11/14 NORTHERN COLO.*........W, 38-10 11/21 at Montana State*............W, 33-19 11/28 SOUTH DAKOTA ST.^......W, 61-48 12/5 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN^.........W, 51-0 12/12 APPALACHIAN STATE^.....W, 24-17 12/18 vs. Villanova^....................L, 23-21 * Big Sky Conference Game ^ NCAA FCS Playoff Game

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MONTANA STATE

NORTHERN COLORADO

Oct. 2, 2010 • Hornet Stadium • 1:05 p.m.

Oct. 9, 2010 • Hornet Stadium • 2:05 p.m.

GAME 6

GAME 5

MSUBOBCATS.COM

University Facts

Location...........................Bozeman, Mont. Founded...........................................1893 Enrollment.....................................12,250 Affiliation................NCAA Division I (FCS) Nickname......................................Bobcats Colors.................................... Blue & Gold Conference.................................... Big Sky Home Field........................ Bobcat Stadium Capacity........................................13,500 Surface........................................FieldTurf President.................... Dr. Waded Cruzado Athletics Director...................... Peter Fields

Series History

Series Record...................MSU leads, 12-6 In Sacramento.................... SAC leads, 5-4 In Bozeman.......................MSU leads, 7-1 At Neutral Sites..................MSU leads, 1-0 In Div. I-AA/FCS Era........MSU leads, 11-4 Sperbeck vs. MSU................................0-3 Ash vs. SAC........................................3-0 Last SAC Home Win..............2004 (38-28) Last SAC Road Win...............1991 (19-17) Largest SAC Victory........31 (41-10, 1999) Largest MSU Victory..........49 (56-7, 2003) Current Streak........ Montana State won five Longest SAC Win Streak..........3 (1991-94) Longest MSU Win Streak..... 5 (2005-pres.)

Football Facts

Head Coach.................................Rob Ash Alma Mater, Year.......... Cornell (Iowa), ’69 Record at MSU...................20-14 (3 years) Career Record..........196-113-5 (28 years) Assistant Coaches: Brian Wright (Off. Coord./Quarterbacks); Dale Ploessl (Run Game Coord./Tight Ends); Jason McEndoo (Off. Line); Kerry Dixon (Running Backs); Von Bergen (Receivers); Jamie Marshall (Def. Coord./ Linebackers); Bo Beck (Def. Line); Noah Joseph (Secondary); Justin Gaines (Asst. Secondary).

Team Information

Offensive Formation................... One-Back Defensive Formation.............................4-3 2009 Record.......................................7-4 2009 Conf. Record/Finish............. 5-3/4th 2009 Final Ranking.................. Not ranked 2009 Postseason...............................None Lettermen Returning/Lost..................42/13 Starters Ret........... 17 (8 off./8 def./1 kick) Starters Lost............ 7 (3 off./3 def./1 kick)

Rob Ash

Head Coach

Dan Ogden

Senior • DL

Media Information

Football Contact..................... Bill Lamberty Office Phone.....................(406) 994-5133 Home Phone.....................(406) 587-5429 E-Mail............ blamberty@msubobcats.com Office Fax........................(406) 994-2278 Press Box Phone...(406) 994-3099 or 3100 Web Site................. www.msubobcats.com Radio Announcer...................... Jeff Laskey Color Announcer...................... Dan Davies Flagship Station................. KXLB 100.7 FM Primary Newspaper..... Bozeman Chronicle Primary Beat Writer................ Will Holden

Returning Leaders

Passing Leader: Cody Kempt (100 comp., 173 att., 1,108 yds., 9 TD, 4 int.) Rushing Leader: C.J. Palmer (115 att., 510 yds., 5 TD) Receiving Leader: Everett Gilbert (46 rec., 556 yds., 6 TD) Tackles Leader: Michael Rider (40 ua, 31 ast., 71 tt, 5.5 tfl, 4 int.)

2010 Schedule

9/4........................................... FORT LEWIS 9/11..............................at Washington State 9/18.................................................DRAKE 9/25....................EASTERN WASHINGTON* 10/2.............................. at Sacramento State 10/9............................... PORTLAND STATE* 10/16.......................... at Northern Arizona* 10/23.................. NORTHERN COLORADO* 10/30....................................at Idaho State* 11/6..................................... WEBER STATE* 11/20.......................................at Montana*

2009 Results

9/5 at Michigan State.................L, 49-3 9/12 DIXIE STATE......................W, 23-20 9/26 at Northern Colorado*........W, 25-7 10/3 at Weber State*................W, 26-21 10/10 NORTHERN ARIZONA*......L, 23-10 10/17 SOUTH DAKOTA*...... W, 31-24 (ot) 10/24 at Eastern Washington*.......L, 35-24 10/31 IDAHO STATE*.................W, 41-10 11/7 at Portland State*.............W, 28-10 11/14 SACRAMENTO STATE*.....W, 27-17 11/21 MONTANA*......................L, 33-19 * Big Sky Conference Game

UNCBEARS.COM

University Facts

Location..............................Greeley, Colo. Founded...........................................1889 Enrollment ....................................12,124 Affiliation................NCAA Division I (FCS) Nickname.........................................Bears Colors.................................... Blue & Gold Conference.................................... Big Sky Home Field......................Nottingham Field Capacity..........................................8,500 Surface........................................... Grass President.................................Kay Norton Athletics Director..................... Jay Hinrichs

Series History

Series Record..................... SAC leads, 4-0 In Sacramento.................... SAC leads, 2-0 In Greeley......................... SAC leads, 2-0 At Neutral Sites.................................None In Div. I-AA/FCS Era.......... SAC leads, 4-0 Sperbeck vs. NC..................................3-0 Downing vs. SAC.................................0-4 Last SAC Home Win..............2008 (45-25) Last SAC Road Win...............2009 (38-35) Largest SAC Victory........20 (45-25, 2008) Largest NC Victory............................None Current Streak... Sacramento State won four Longest SAC Win Streak...... 4 (2006-pres.) Longest NCWin Streak......................None

Football Facts

Head Coach........................Scott Downing Alma Mater, Year........Sterling College, ’79 Record at NC.......................6-39 (3 years) Career Record................39-43-1 (6 years) Assistant Coaches: Greg Peterson (Off. Coord.); Cody Deti (Def. Coord./Linebackers); Kendrick Shaver (Def. Backs); Keith Grable (Running Backs/Recruiting); Brad Bedell (Off. Line); David Walker (Tight Ends); Sean Dunaway (Def. Line); Jordan Fenner (Wide Receivers); Kyle Krantz (Linebackers); Jared Burton (Off. Asst.).

Team Information

Offensive Formation........................Pro Set Defensive Formation.............................4-3 2009 Record.......................................3-8 2009 Conf. Record/Finish............ 1-7/t7th 2009 Final Ranking.................. Not ranked 2009 Postseason...............................None Lettermen Returning/Lost..................38/12 Starters Ret........... 17 (7 off./8 def./2 kick) Starters Lost............ 7 (4 off./3 def./0 kick)

Scott Downing

Head Coach

Korey Askew

Senior • DB

Media Information

Football Contact...............Heather Kennedy Office Phone.....................(970) 351-1065 Cell Phone........................(970) 978-0675 E-Mail..............heather.kennedy@unco.edu Office Fax........................(970) 351-1995 Press Box Phone................(970) 351-1995 Web Site..................... www.uncbears.com Radio Announcer................Troy Coverdale Color Announcer........................Alex Egan Flagship Station................ KFKA 1310 AM Primary Newspaper...........Greeley Tribune Primary Beat Writer.............Matt Schuman

Returning Leaders

Passing Leader: Dylan Orms (6 comp., 10 att., 96 yds., 2 TD, 0 int.) Rushing Leader: Andre Harris (145 att., 646 att., 7 TD) Receiving Leader: Patrick Walker (54 rec., 615 yds., 1 TD) Tackles Leader: Matt King (39 ua, 52 ast., 91 tt, 6.0 tfl, 3.0 sacks)

2010 Schedule

9/4........................................ADAMS STATE 9/11.................................... at Weber State* 9/18..................................... IDAHO STATE* 9/25..................................at Michigan State 10/2........................................ MONTANA* 10/9.............................at Sacramento State* 10/16..................EASTERN WASHINGTON* 10/23...............................at Montana State* 10/30.................................. at South Dakota 11/6........................ NORTHERN ARIZONA* 11/13................................at Portland State*

2009 Results

9/5 at Kansas.............................L, 49-3 9/12 SAN DIEGO....................W, 31-12 9/19 at Eastern Washington*.........L, 16-0 9/26 MONTANA STATE*..............L, 25-7 10/3 at Northern Arizona*............L, 35-7 10/10 PORTLAND STATE*.............L, 23-18 10/17 at Idaho State*...................W, 30-7 10/24 WEBER STATE*...................L, 28-20 10/31 SOUTH DAKOTA..............W, 31-17 11/7 SACRAMENTO STATE*.......L, 38-35 11/14 at Montana*.......................L, 38-10 * Big Sky Conference Game

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EASTERN WASHINGTON

NORTHERN ARIZONA

Oct. 23, 2010 • Roos Field • 1:05 p.m.

Oct. 30, 2010 • J.L. Walkup Skydome • 3:05 p.m.

GAME 7

GOEAGS.COM

University Facts

Location.............................Cheney, Wash. Founded...........................................1882 Enrollment.....................................11,302 Affiliation................NCAA Division I (FCS) Nickname....................................... Eagles Colors................................... Red & White Conference.................................... Big Sky Home Field................................ Roos Field Capacity..........................................8,600 Surface.......................................SprinTurf President..................... Dr. Rodolfo Arévalo Athletics Director....................... Bill Chaves

Series History

Series Record.................. EWU leads, 14-4 In Sacramento................. EWU leads, 10-0 In Cheney...........................Series tied, 4-4 At Neutral Sites...................Series tied, 0-0 In Div. I-AA/FCS Era....... EWU leads, 11-4 Sperbeck vs. EWU................................1-2 Baldwin vs. SAC..................................1-1 Last SAC Home Win..........................None Last SAC Road Win...............2008 (15-13) Largest SAC Victory..........7 (48-41, 2002) Largest EWU Victory.........41 (48-7, 1993) Current Streak........ Eastern Wash. won one Longest SAC Win Streak.........1 (four times) Longest EWU Win Streak.........8 (1980-98)

Football Facts

Head Coach .......................Beau Baldwin Alma Mater, Year......... Central Wash., ’96 Record at EWU:...................14-9 (2 years) Career Record .................24-12 (3 years) Assistant Coaches: Aaron Best (Off. Coord./Off. Line); John Graham (Def. Coord./Linebackers); Jeff Schmedding (Safeties/Special Teams); Junior Adams (Wide Receivers); Chirs Hansen (Running Backs); Ryan Sawyer (Def. Line); Heath Pulver (Tight Ends); Zak Hill (Quarterbacks); Torey Hunter (Def. Backs).

Team Information

Offensive Formation.... Short Passing Game Defensive Formation.............................4-3 2009 Record.......................................8-4 2009 Conf. Record/Finish........... 6-2/t2nd 2009 Final Ranking............................ 13th 2009 Postseason.......NCAA FCS 1st Round Lettermen Returning/Lost..................44/17 Starters Ret........... 12 (5 off./5 def./2 kick) Starters Lost.......... 12 (6 off./6 def./0 kick)

GAME 8

Beau Baldwin

Head Coach

J.C. Sherritt

Senior • LB

Media Information

Football Contact........................Dave Cook Office Phone.....................(509) 359-6334 Cell Phone........................(509) 280-2502 E-Mail.......................dcook@mail.ewu.edu Office Fax........................(509) 359-2828 Press Box Phone................(509) 359-6351 Web Site........................www.goeags.com Radio Announcer...................... Larry Weir Color Announcer.................. Paul Sorensen Flagship Station.................. ESPN 700 AM Primary Newspaper......Spokesman-Review Primary Beat Writer.............. Steve Bergum

Returning Leaders

Passing Leader: Scott Burgett (2 comp., 2 att., 19 yds., 0 TD, 0 int.) Rushing Leader: Taiwan Jones (162 att., 1,213 yds., 15 TD) Receiving Leader: Taiwan Jones (40 rec., 561 yds., 4 TD) Tackles Leader: J.C. Sherritt (71 ua, 99 ast., 170 tt, 11.5 tfl, 1 int)

2010 Schedule

9/2..............................................at Nevada 9/11..................... CENTRAL WASHINGTON 9/18........................................ MONTANA* 9/25.................................at Montana State* 10/2.................................... at Weber State* 10/9........................ NORTHERN ARIZONA* 10/16..........................at Northern Colorado 10/23....................... SACRAMENTO STATE* 10/30................................at Portland State* 11/13...............................SOUTHERN UTAH 11/20................................... IDAHO STATE*

2009 Results

9/5 WESTERN OREGON........W, 35-14 9/12 at California.........................L, 59-7 9/19 NORTHERN COLO.*..........W, 16-0 9/26 at Sacramento State*........W, 56-30 10/3 at Idaho State*...................W, 38-3 10/10 WEBER STATE*...................L, 31-13 10/17 at Montana*.......................L, 41-34 10/24 MONTANA STATE*..........W, 35-24 10/31 vs. Portland State*............W, 47-10 11/14 at Southern Utah..............W, 41-28 11/21 at Northern Arizona*........W, 49-45 11/28 at Stephen F. Austin^..........L, 44-33 * Big Sky Conference Game ^ NCAA FCS Playoff Game

NAUATHLETICS.COM

University Facts

Location............................. Flagstaff, Ariz. Founded.......................................... 1899 Enrollment.....................................23,600 Affiliation................NCAA Division I (FCS) Nickname............................... Lumberjacks Colors...........................Blue, Gold & Sage Conference.................................... Big Sky Home Field ..............J.L. Walkup Skydome Capacity........................................15,000 Surface........................................FieldTurf President.......................... Dr. John Haeger Athletics Director..........................Jim Fallis

Series History

Series Record.....................NAU leads, 9-6 In Sacramento....................NAU leads, 4-3 In Flagstaff.........................NAU leads, 5-3 At Neutral Sites...................Series tied, 0-0 In Div. I-AA/FCS Era..........NAU leads, 9-6 Sperbeck vs. NAU................................2-1 Souers vs. SAC....................................6-6 Last SAC Home Win..............2009 (27-24) Last SAC Road Win...............2002 (24-21) Largest SAC Victory..........29 (38-9, 2007) Largest NAU Victory..........55 (62-7, 1995) Current Streak....Sacramento State won one Longest SAC Win Streak..... One (five times) Longest NAU Win Streak...Three (1995-97)

Football Facts

Head Coach ......................Jerome Souers Alma Mater, Year.................. Oregon, ’83 Record at NAU:...............66-70 (12 years) Career Record ................................Same Assistant Coaches: Brian Lindgren (Off. Coord./Quarterbacks); Eric Reid (Run Game Coord./Off. Line); Andy Thompson (Def. Coord./Linebackers); Craig Knoth (Tight Ends); Andy LaRussa (Def. Backs); Francis St. Paul (Wide Receivers); Bill Smith (Def. Line); David Reeves (Safeties/Specail Teams).

Team Information

Offensive Formation...................... Multiple Defensive Formation.............................4-3 2009 Record.......................................5-6 2009 Conf. Record/Finish............ 4-4/t5th 2009 Final Ranking.................. Not ranked 2009 Postseason...............................None Lettermen Returning/Lost..................47/15 Starters Ret........... 13 (6 off./6 def./1 kick) Starters Lost.......... 11 (5 off./5 def./1 kick)

Jerome Souers

Head Coach

Michael Herrick

Senior • QB

Media Information

Football Contact........................Steve Shaff Office Phone.....................(928) 523-6792 Cell Phone........................(928) 608-6628 E-Mail........................ steve.shaff@nau.edu Office Fax........................(928) 523-6793 Press Box Phone......(928) 523-7729, 7730 Web Site................. www.nauathletics.com Radio Announcer...............Mitch Strohman Flagship Station.................KBTK 105.1 FM Primary Newspaper....... Arizona Daily Sun Primary Beat Writer..................Jacob May

Returning Leaders

Passing Leader: Michael Herrick (270 comp., 407 att., 3,356 yds., 22 TD, 8 int.) Rushing Leader: Giovannie Dixon (39 att., 252 yds., 2 TD) Receiving Leader: Daiveun Curry-Chapman (27 rec., 227 yds., 4 TD) Tackles Leader: Matt Estrada (47 ua, 31 ast., 78 tt, 1 int.)

2010 Schedule

9/2....................... WESTERN NEW MEXICO 9/11....................................at Arizona State 9/25......................................at Idaho State* 10/2...................................at Southern Utah 10/9.........................at Eastern Washington* 10/16.............................MONTANA STATE* 10/23.......................................at Montana* 10/30....................... SACRAMENTO STATE* 11/6.......................... at Northern Colorado* 11/13................................... WEBER STATE* 11/20............................. PORTLAND STATE*

2009 Results

9/12 at Arizona.........................L, 34-17 9/19 SOUTHERN UTAH............W, 42-39 9/26 MONTANA*................ L, 41-34 (ot) 10/3 NORTHERN COLO.*........W, 35-27 10/10 at Montana State*............W, 23-10 10/17 at Portland State*.............W, 44-23 10/24 IDAHO STATE*.................W, 40-12 10/31 at Sacramento State*..........L, 27-24 11/7 at Ole Miss........................L, 38-14 11/14 at Weber State*....................L, 27-9 11/21 EASTERN WASH.*.......... L, 49-45 * Big Sky Conference Game

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PORTLAND STATE

IDAHO STATE

Nov. 6, 2010 • Hornet Stadium • 2:05 p.m.

Nov. 13, 2010 • Holt Arena • 3:35 p.m. MT

GAME 10

GAME 9

GOVIKS.COM

University Facts

Location..............................Portland, Ore. Founded...........................................1946 Enrollment.....................................27,972 Affiliation................NCAA Division I (FCS) Nickname...................................... Vikings Colors......................Green, White & Silver Conference.................................... Big Sky Home Field................................. PGE Park Capacity (Surface)........... 19,566 (NexTurf) President......................... Dr. Wim Wiewel Athletics Director................. Torre Chisholm

Series History

Series Record.................... PSU leads, 21-8 In Sacramento..................... PSU leads, 9-5 In Portland........................ PSU leads, 12-3 At Neutral Sites...................Series tied, 0-0 In Div. I-AA/FCS Era......... PSU leads, 13-3 Sperbeck vs. PSU.................................2-1 Burton vs. SAC.....................................0-0 Last SAC Home Win..............2008 (41-31) Last SAC Road Win...............2009 (31-14) Largest SAC Victory........32 (52-20, 1986) Largest PSU Victory...........56 (63-7, 1978) Current Streak.... Sacramento State won two Longest SAC Win Streak....... 2 (three times) Longest PSU Win Streak..........8 (2000-07)

Football Facts

Head Coach.......................... Nigel Burton Alma Mater, Year............. Washington, ’99 Record at Portland State.......... First Season Career Record ................................Same Assistant Coaches: Bob Barnum (Off. Coord.); Eric Jackson (Def. Coord.); Bob Simmons (Special Teams/Asst. Head Coach); Kevin Emberton (Running Backs); Dave Brown (Run Game Coord.); Brad Davis (Off. Line); Legi Suiaunoa (Def. Line); Ahmed Zarrugh (Linebackers); Casey Clifton (Asst. Def. Line); Steve Cooper (Off. Asst./Tight Ends); Andrew Pompei (Strength & Conditioning).

Team Information

Offensive Formation.......................... Pistol Defensive Formation.............................4-3 2009 Record.......................................2-9 2009 Conf. Record/Finish............ 1-7/t7th 2009 Final Ranking.................. Not ranked 2009 Postseason...............................None Lettermen Returning/Lost..................48/22 Starters Ret........... 13 (6 off./5 def./2 kick) Starters Lost.......... 11 (5 off./6 def./0 kick)

Nigel Burton

Head Coach

Drew Hubel

Senior • QB

Media Information

Football Contact.........................Mike Lund Office Phone.....................(503) 725-5602 Cell Phone........................(503) 866-0236 E-Mail.............................. lundm@pdx.edu Office Fax........................(503) 725-5610 Press Box Phone..................................TBA Web Site......................... www.goviks.com Radio Announcer...................... Tom Hewitt Color Announcer........................Mike Lund Flagship Station.................. KXFD 970 AM Primary Newspaper............The Oregonian Primary Beat Writer............ Aaron Fentress

Returning Leaders

Passing Leader: Drew Hubel (133 comp., 139 att., 1,976 yds., 9 TD, 12 int.) Rushing Leader: Connor Kavanaugh (72 att., 390 yds., 3 TD) Receiving Leader: Ray Fry (67 rec., 904 yds., 3 TD) Tackles Leader: Ryan Rau (34 ua, 38 ast., 72 tt, 10.0 tfl, 4.0 sacks)

2010 Schedule

9/4......................................at Arizona State 9/11.......................................... at UC Davis 9/18............................................ at Oregon 10/2..................................... IDAHO STATE* 10/9.................................. at Montana State 10/16...................................... MONTANA* 10/23.................................. at Weber State* 10/30..................EASTERN WASHINGTON* 11/6.............................at Sacramento State* 11/13.................. NORTHERN COLORADO* 11/20.......................... at Northern Arizona*

2009 Results

9/5 at Oregon State....................L, 34-7 9/12 SOUTHERN OREGON......W, 34-10 9/19 at Montana*.......................L, 49-17 9/26 WEBER STATE*...................L, 36-29 10/3 SACRAMENTO STATE*.......L, 31-14 10/10 at Northern Colorado*......W, 23-18 10/17 NORTHERN ARIZONA*......L, 44-23 10/24 UC DAVIS..........................L, 34-31 10/31 at Eastern Washington*.......L, 47-10 11/7 MONTANA STATE*............L, 28-10 11/14 at Idaho State*...................L, 41-34 * Big Sky Conference Game

ISUBENGALS.COM

University Facts

Location........................... Pocatello, Idaho Founded...........................................1901 Enrollment.....................................14,486 Affiliation................NCAA Division I (FCS) Nickname..................................... Bengals Colors.............................. Orange & Black Conference.................................... Big Sky Home Field...............................Holt Arena Capacity........................................12,000 Surface...............................................Turf President..........................Dr. Arthur Vailas Athletics Director....................... Jeff Tingey

Series History

Series Record..................... SAC leads, 8-6 In Sacramento.................... SAC leads, 6-1 In Pocatello.......................... ISU leads, 5-2 At Neutral Sites...................Series tied, 0-0 In Div. I-AA/FCS Era.......... SAC leads, 8-6 Sperbeck vs. ISU..................................2-1 Zamberlin vs. SAC...............................1-2 Last SAC Home Win..............2009 (38-17) Last SAC Road Win...............2006 (22-14) Largest SAC Victory........26 (47-21, 2003) Largest ISU Victory..........30 (44-14, 1996) Current Streak....Sacramento State won one Longest SAC Win Streak..........3 (1997-99) Longest ISU Win Streak...........2 (2004-05)

Football Facts

Head Coach...................... John Zamberlin Alma Mater, Year........ Pacific Lutheran, ’79 Record at ISU.......................5-29 (3 years) Career Record ...............68-70 (13 years) Assistant Coaches: Phil Earley (Off. Coord./Quarterbacks); Brian Strandley (Def. Coord./Def. Line); Jon Clark (Off. Line); Nick Whitworth (Running Backs/Special Teams); Drew Miller (Receivers); Josh Fetters (Def. Line); Steve Amrine (Def. Backs); Junior Falavai (Tight Ends).

Team Information

Offensive Formation...................... Multiple Defensive Formation.............................4-3 2009 Record.....................................1-10 2009 Conf. Record/Finish............ 1-7/t7th 2009 Final Ranking.................. Not ranked 2009 Postseason...............................None Lettermen Returning/Lost..................34/28 Starters Ret........... 13 (7 off./6 def./0 kick) Starters Lost.......... 11 (4 off./5 def./2 kick)

John Zamberlin Head Coach

A.J. Storms

Senior • LB

Media Information

Football Contact..................................TBA Office Phone.....................(208) 282-2621 Cell Phone........................(208) 406-3570 E-Mail................................................TBA Office Fax........................(208) 282-3659 Press Box Phone................(208) 282-2952 Web Site................... www.isubengals.com Radio Announcer..................... Jerry Miller Color Announcer.................... Brad Bugger Flagship Station....................KSEI 930 AM Primary Newspaper......Idaho State Journal Primary Beat Writers.................Kelvin Ang

Returning Leaders

Passing Leader: Russel Hill (143 comp., 259 att., 1,388 yds., 8 TD, 8 int.) Rushing Leader: Skylar Morgan (29 att., 84 yds., 1 TD) Receiving Leader: Kelvin Krosch (37 rec., 540 yds., 6 TD) Tackles Leader: A.J. Storms (58 ua, 62 ast., 120 tt, 5.5 tfl, 1 int.)

2010 Schedule

9/4............................MONTANA-WESTERN 9/11.........................................at Utah State 9/18.......................... at Northern Colorado* 9/25........................ NORTHERN ARIZONA* 10/2..................................at Portland State* 10/9...........................................at Motana* 10/16................................... WEBER STATE* 10/30.............................MONTANA STATE* 11/6........................................... at Georgia 11/13....................... SACRAMENTO STATE* 11/20.......................at Eastern Washington*

2009 Results

9/5 at Arizona State...................L, 50-3 9/12 at Oklahoma........................L, 64-0 9/19 at Weber State*..................L, 44-17 9/26 CENTRAL WASH.*..............L, 33-22 10/3 EASTERN WASH.*................L, 38-3 10/10 at Sacramento State*..........L, 38-17 10/17 NORTHERN COLORADO*....L, 30-7 10/24 at Northern Arizona*..........L, 40-12 10/31 at Montana State*..............L, 41-10 11/7 MONTANA*......................L, 12-10 11/14 PORTLAND STATE*...........W, 41-34 * Big Sky Conference Game

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UC DAVIS

OPPONENT NOTES

Nov. 20, 2010 • Aggie Stadium • 4:05 p.m.

GAME 11

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University Facts

Location................................. Davis, Calif. Founded...........................................1908 Enrollment.....................................31,426 Affiliation...............NCAA Division I (FCS) Nickname.......................................Aggies Colors............................. Yale Blue & Gold Conference.............................. Great West Home Field......................... Aggie Stadium Capacity........................................10,849 Surface....................................... Sportexe Chancellor.........................Dr. Linda Katehi Athletics Director ............. Greg Warzecka

Series History

Series Record................. UCD leads, 39-18 In Sacramento.................. UCD leads, 14-5 In Davis........................... UCD leads, 16-8 At Neutral Sites.................. UCD leads, 9-5 In Div. I-AA/FCS Era........ UCD leads, 13-4 Sperbeck vs. UCD................................2-1 Biggs vs. SAC....................................13-4 Last SAC Home Win..............2009 (31-28) Last SAC Road Win...............2008 (29-19) Largest SAC Victory........32 (50-18, 1991) Largest UCD Victory..........45 (51-6, 1982) Current Streak.... Sacramento State won two Longest SAC Win Streak..........5 (1988-91) Longest UCD Win Streak.......18 (1970-87)

Football Facts

Head Coach ............................ Bob Biggs Alma Mater, Year................ UC Davis, ’73 Record at UC Davis:....130-66-1 (17 years) Career Record ................................Same Assistant Coaches: Mike Moroski (Off. Coord./Tight Ends); Greg Chapla (Special Teams/Running Backs); Mark Johnson (Def. Coord./Linebackers); Nevan Burgan (Def. Backs); Matt Wade (Wide Receivers/Recruiting); Tim Plough (Quarterbacks); Jeff Kopp (Def. Backs); Jason Fisk (Def. Line); Tim Keane (Off. Line); Dallas Sartz (Def. Line).

Team Information

Offensive Formation....................... Spread Defensive Formation.............................6-5 2009 Record.......................................5-7 2009 Conf. Record/Finish.............3-1/t1st 2009 Final Ranking.................. Not ranked 2009 Postseason...............................None Lettermen Returning/Lost..................51/20 Starters Ret........... 15 (8 off./6 def./1 kick) Starters Lost.......... 10 (4 off./5 def./1 kick)

Bob Biggs

Head Coach

Dean Rogers

Senior • TE

Media Information

Football Contact...................... Mike Robles Office Phone.....................(530) 752-3680 Cell Phone........................(530) 979-1747 E-Mail..................... merobles@ucdavs.edu Office Fax........................(530) 754-5674 Press Box Phone................(530) 752-9367 Web Site.............. www.ucdavisaggies.com Radio Announcer.....................Scott Marsh Color Announcer....................... Doug Kelly Flagship Station................ KHTK 1140 AM Primary Newspapers......... Davis Enterprise Sacramento Bee

Returning Leaders

Passing Leader: Austin Heyworth (7 comp., 9 att., 82 yds., 2 TD, 0 int.) Rushing Leader: Joe Trombetta (119 att., 395 yds., 4 TD) Receiving Leader: Sean Creadick (39 rec., 466 yds., 5 TD) Tackles Leader: Danny Hart (30 ua, 23 ast., 53 tt, 0.5 tfl)

2010 Schedule

9/4........................................... at California 9/11.................................PORTLAND STATE 9/18........................................ at San Diego 9/25......................................at Weber State 10/2...................................at San Jose State 10/9................................ SOUTH DAKOTA* 10/23............................. SOUTH ALABAMA 10/30............................. SOUTHERN UTAH* 11/6.................................. at North Dakota* 11/13........................................ at Cal Poly* 11/20.........................SACRAMENTO STATE

2009 Results

9/5 at Fresno State.....................L, 51-0 9/12 MONTANA.......................L, 17-10 9/26 WESTERN OREGON........W, 29-13 10/3 at Boise State.....................L, 34-16 10/10 at South Dakota*...... W, 24-23 (OT) 10/17 WINSTON-SALEM ST.......W, 45-14 10/24 at Portland State...............W, 34-31 10/31 at Southern Utah*...............L, 56-35 11/7 CAL POLY*.......................W, 23-10 11/14 NORTH DAKOTA*............W, 28-20 11/21 at Sacramento State............L, 31-28 * Great West Conference Game

Stanford Despite being seperated by just 120 miles, Sacramento State and Stanford are meeting for the first time in football…the game will mark the eighth-straight season that the Hornets have faced a Football Bowl Subdivision team…Cardinal head coach Jim Harbaugh previously coached at San Diego…sophomore Andrew Luck is regarded as one of the top QBs in the nation heading into the season. Western Oregon Sacramento State will also be facing Western Oregon for the first time…the two teams will meet at Hornet Stadium on Sept. 11 for the first Hornet game played on the new turf…defensive lineman Kalani Zoller earned second team Div. II All-America honors last season. Weber State Weber State made its second consecutive FCS playoff appearance last season but will have to fill numerous holes in its lineup…the team will be without receiver Tim Toone, running back Trevyn Smith and several linemen…QB Cameron Higgins does return and is a preseason Walter Payton Award candidate. Montana Montana has advanced to the FCS championship game the last two seasons… both QB Andrew Selle and RB Chase Reynolds are on the preseason Walter Payton Award watch list…Montana is the only Big Sky school Sacramento State has never defeated. Montana State Montana State ended its season by winning four of its final five games…the Bobcats have won the past four games in the series…members from the 1964 Camelia Bowl will be honored at this year’s meeting…the two schools played in the game with MSU winning, 28-7 Northern Colorado Sacramento State improved to a perfect 4-0 mark against Northern Colorado with a 38-35 win last season…the Hornets led 31-0 at the half and then held off a furious comeback…the game will serve as Homecoming for Sacramento State during the 2010 season. Eastern Washington Eastern Washington finished the season ranked 13th in the FCS poll and advanced to the playoffs…RB Taiwan Jones returns to lead the offense and is a Payton Award candidate…former SMU QB Bo Levi Mitchell transferred to EWU in the spring and will lead the offense…the Eagles will feature red turf in 2010. Northern Arizona The Lumberjacks and Hornets have traded victories each of the last five years with the home team coming out on top each time…NAU was 5-2 last season before a loss to Sacramento State started a four-game losing streak which left it at 5-6 and the end of the year. Portland State First year head coach Nigel Burton replaces Jerry Glanville…Burton, who graduated from Sacramento’s Jesuit High School, will install the pistol offense to replace the Vikings’ run-and-shoot attack…receiver Ray Fry and quarterback Drew Hubel return for PSU. Idaho State The Hornets return to Holt Arena for the first time since an overtime loss in 2008…the Bengals’ only victories the last two seasons have come in their final games…Bryan Hilliard has rushed for 514 yards and seven touchdowns in his two career meetings against the Bengals. UC Davis McLeod Bethel-Thompson hit Brandyn Reed for a 13-yard touchdown with 20 seconds left to give the Hornets a 31-28 win last year…Sacramento State has now won two straight games against Aggies in the Causeway Classic…the game marks the 58th all-time meeting between the two schools.

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Sept. 4

at Simon Fraser

at Boston College

Western State

Fort Lewis

Adams State

at Nevada (9/2)

Western New Mexico (9/2)

Sept. 11

at UCLA

Sept. 18

Wake Forest

Sept. 25

at Notre Dame

Oct. 2

at Oregon

Oct. 9

USC

at Dixie State

open

Idaho State

Portland State

Oct. 16

open

at Central Washington

at Idaho State

at Portland State

at Northern Arizona

Eastern Wash.

Oct. 23

Washington State

Azusa Pacific

Portland State

Northern Arizona

Northern Colorado

at Montana State

Oct. 30

at Washington

Dixie State

Montana

at Weber State

Idaho State

at South Dakota

at Portland State

Nov. 6

Arizona

at Humboldt State

at Montana State

open

Weber State

Northern Arizona

open

at Northern Colorado

Nov. 13

at at Central Arizona Northern Washington State Arizona

North Dakota

open

at Portland State

Southern Utah

Weber State

Northern Colorado

at at Washington Cal Poly State at Eastern Washington

Simon Fraser

Drake

at Weber State Idaho State

at Eastern Michigan Washington State

Humboldt UC Davis State at at Eastern Northern Southern Washington Colorado Oregon

Montana

vs. at Central Arizona Washington State

at Arizona State

Montanaat Western California

at at UC Davis Utah State

Portland State

at at Northern San Diego Colorado

Montana

open

at Oregon

at Montana State

at Idaho State

open

Northern Arizona

at Weber State

at Weber State

at Southern Utah

Idaho State

at Portland State

at San Jose State

at Montana

South Dakota

Northern Arizona at Northern Colorado

at at Eastern Montana Washington State Montana State

Montana

Weber State

open

Montana

at Weber State

open

South Alabama

Eastern Montana Washington State at Georgia

Northern Colorado

at California

open

at Texas Tech

Montana State

Montana

open

Idaho State

Portland State

at at Northern Eastern Arizona Washington

Nov. 27

Oregon State

open

FCS Playoffs

FCS Playoffs

FCS Playoffs

FCS Playoffs

FCS Playoffs

FCS Playoffs

FCS Playoffs

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2010 SACRAMENTO STATE FOOTBALL 2009 REVIEW 2009 RESULTS

DATE OPPONENT RESULT SCORE ATTEND Sept. 5 at UNLV L 38-3 22,195 Sept. 12 at Cal Poly (12/12) L 38-19 10,381 Sept. 26 EASTERN WASH.* (19/20) L 56-30 10,175 Oct. 3 at Portland State* W 31-14 5,037 Oct. 10 IDAHO STATE* W 38-17 9,883 Oct. 17 at Weber State* (15/15) L 49-10 8,218 Oct. 24 MONTANA* (2/2) L 45-30 7,629 Oct. 31 NORTHERN ARIZ.* (21/22) W 27-24 4,862 Nov. 7 at Northern Colorado* W 38-35 2,464 Nov. 14 at Montana State* L 27-17 8,137 Nov. 21 UC DAVIS W 31-28 17,127

TEAM STATISTICS

SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Att-Comp-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-YARDS PUNT RETURNS: #-YARDS INT RETURNS: #-YARDS KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-YARDS Average Per Game PUNTS-YARDS Average Per Punt Net punt average TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME 3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 4th-Down Pct SACKS BY-YARDS MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS PAT-ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game SCORE BY QUARTERS Sacramento State Opponents

HORNETS OPPONENTS 274 371 24.9 33.7 206 247 87 89 107 141 12 17 1,341 1,608 1,591 1,832 250 224 387 378 3.5 4.3 121.9 146.2 14 27 2,509 3,155 361-209-14 402-269-10 7.0 7.8 12.0 11.7 228.1 286.8 18 20 3850 4763 748 780 5.1 6.1 350.0 433.0 48-1,085 48-845 16-76 16-281 10-215 14-225 22.6 17.6 4.8 17.6 21.5 16.1 18-11 17-7 64-531 67-567 48.3 51.5 53-2067 44-1765 39.0 40.1 33.7 38.4 30:02 29:58 62/156 62/142 40% 44% 13/20 10/16 65% 62% 22-136 21-139 10 11 34 49 12-13 9-14 30-32 46-47 49,676 58,992 5/9,935 6/9,832

RUSHING

Player GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G Terrance Dailey 7 118 638 21 617 5.2 3 69 88.1 Sam McCowan 11 83 365 21 344 4.1 4 37 31.3 Jake Croxdale 5 55 213 14 199 3.6 3 28 39.8 Evander Wilkins 3 33 140 9 131 4.0 1 16 43.7 Jeff Badger 11 29 114 7 107 3.7 1 17 9.7 Augie Heath 11 1 18 0 18 18.0 0 18 1.6 Dylan Lane 11 1 10 0 10 10.0 0 10 0.9 Bethel-Thompson 10 25 57 56 1 0.0 1 19 0.1 Jon Loeliger 11 2 2 2 0 0.0 0 2 0.0 Team 9 10 0 13 -13 -1.3 0 0 -1.4 Jason Smith 10 30 34 107 -73 -2.4 1 8 -7.3 Total 11 387 1591 250 1341 3.5 14 69 121.9 Opponents 11 378 1832 224 1608 4.3 27 40 146.2

PASSING

Player GP Effic Att-Cmp-Int Pct Yds TD Lng Avg/G Jason Smith 10 124.29 247-142-9 57.5 1707 12 54 170.7 Bethel-Thompson 10 118.06 110-64-5 58.2 746 4 39 74.6 Ron Richardson 11 416.60 2-1-0 50.0 48 1 48 4.4 Jake Croxdale 5 298.60 2-2-0 100.0 8 1 5 1.6 Total 11 124.97 361-209-14 57.9 2509 18 54 228.1 Opponents 11 144.28 402-269-10 66.9 3155 20 57 286.8

RECEIVING

Player GP No. Yds Avg TD Brandyn Reed 10 46 731 15.9 7 Dylan Lane 11 40 409 10.2 3 John Hendershott 11 38 558 14.7 2 Ron Richardson 11 19 187 9.8 0 Brian Heath 11 12 122 10.2 2 Sam McCowan 11 11 80 7.3 0 Jake Croxdale 5 9 88 9.8 0 Brett Willis 11 8 112 14.0 3 Jon Krebs 11 8 87 10.9 1 Evander Wilkins 3 8 48 6.0 0 Matt Larson 10 3 29 9.7 0 Bethel-Thompson 10 2 7 3.5 0 A. Fletcher 1 1 29 29.0 0 Matt Carter 4 1 9 9.0 0 Jeff Badger 11 1 7 7.0 0 Terrance Dailey 7 1 4 4.0 0 Mark Lavey 7 1 2 2.0 0 Total 11 209 2509 12.0 18 Opponents 11 269 3155 11.7 20

Lg Avg/G 48 73.1 54 37.2 49 50.7 19 17.0 22 11.1 14 7.3 30 17.6 28 10.2 22 7.9 11 16.0 21 2.9 5 0.7 29 29.0 9 2.2 7 0.6 4 0.6 2 0.3 54 228.1 57 286.8

JOHN HENDERSHOTT

1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total 57 98 76 43 274 72 121 91 87 371

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Player G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G Jason Smith 10 277 -73 1707 1634 163.4 Bethel-Thompson 10 135 1 746 747 74.7 Terrance Dailey 7 118 617 0 617 88.1 Sam McCowan 11 83 344 0 344 31.3 Jake Croxdale 5 57 199 8 207 41.4 Evander Wilkins 3 33 131 0 131 43.7 Jeff Badger 11 29 107 0 107 9.7 Ron Richardson 11 2 0 48 48 4.4 Augie Heath 11 1 18 0 18 1.6 Dylan Lane 11 1 10 0 10 0.9 Team 9 10 -13 0 -13 -1.4 Total 11 748 1341 2509 3850 350.0 Opponents 11 780 1608 3155 4763 433.0

SCORING

|--------------PATs--------------| Player TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points Chris Diniz 0 12-13 30-32 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 66 Brandyn Reed 7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 42 Sam McCowan 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 24 Jake Croxdale 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18 Terrance Dailey 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18 Dylan Lane 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18 Brett Willis 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18 Brian Heath 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 John Hendershott 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 Jon Krebs 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 8 Jason Smith 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Jeff Badger 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 M. Bethel-Thompson 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1-2 0 0 6 Evander Wilkins 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Durrell Oliver 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Marquese Smith 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Team 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 1 2 Total 34 12-13 30-32 0-0 1 1-2 0 1 274 Opponents 49 9-14 46-47 1-1 1 1-1 0 0 371

PUNT RETURNS Player Ron Richardson Total Opponents

No. Yds Avg TD Long 16 76 4.8 0 15 16 76 4.8 0 15 16 281 17.6 1 95

KICK RETURNS Player Sam McCowan John Hendershott Ron Richardson Deionte Gordon Evander Wilkins Marque Willis Reese Heaslet Total Opponents

No. Yds Avg TD Long 18 414 23.0 0 75 14 366 26.1 0 43 6 125 20.8 0 31 5 94 18.8 0 23 3 82 27.3 0 30 1 2 2.0 0 2 1 2 2.0 0 2 48 1085 22.6 0 75 48 845 17.6 0 48

INTERCEPTIONS

Player No. Yds Avg TD Long Zach Schrader 4 78 19.5 0 24 Durrell Oliver 2 47 23.5 1 37 Marquese Smith 2 80 40.0 1 83 Reese Heaslet 1 10 10.0 0 10 Deionte Gordon 1 0 0.0 0 0 Total 10 215 21.5 2 83 Opponents 14 225 16.1 1 53

ALL PURPOSE

Player G Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Avg/G John Hendershott 11 0 558 0 366 0 924 84.0 Sam McCowan 11 344 80 0 414 0 838 76.2 Brandyn Reed 10 0 731 0 0 0 731 73.1 Terrance Dailey 7 617 4 0 0 0 621 88.7 Dylan Lane 11 10 409 0 0 0 419 38.1 Ron Richardson 11 0 187 76 125 0 388 35.3 Jake Croxdale 5 199 88 0 0 0 287 57.4 Evander Wilkins 3 131 48 0 82 0 261 87.0 Brian Heath 11 0 122 0 0 0 122 11.1 Jeff Badger 11 107 7 0 0 0 114 10.4 Brett Willis 11 0 112 0 0 0 112 10.2 Deionte Gordon 11 0 0 0 94 0 94 8.5 Jon Krebs 11 0 87 0 0 0 87 7.9 Marquese Smith 11 0 0 0 0 80 80 7.3 Zach Schrader 11 0 0 0 0 78 78 7.1 Durrell Oliver 11 0 0 0 0 47 47 4.3 Matt Larson 10 0 29 0 0 0 29 2.9 A. Fletcher 1 0 29 0 0 0 29 29.0 Augie Heath 11 18 0 0 0 0 18 1.6 Reese Heaslet 9 0 0 0 2 10 12 1.3 Matt Carter 4 0 9 0 0 0 9 2.2 Bethel-Thompson 10 1 7 0 0 0 8 0.8 Mark Lavey 7 0 2 0 0 0 2 0.3 Marque Willis 5 0 0 0 2 0 2 0.4 Team 9 -13 0 0 0 0 -13 -1.4 Jason Smith 10 -73 0 0 0 0 -73 -7.3 Total 11 1341 2509 76 1085 215 5226 475.1 Opponents 11 1608 3155 281 845 225 6114 555.8

PUNTING

Player No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 Blkd Augie Heath 53 2067 39.0 57 3 6 15 0 Total 53 2067 39.0 57 3 6 15 0 Opponents 44 1765 40.1 66 4 9 12 0

FIELD GOALS Player Chris Diniz

FGM-FGA Pct. 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ Lg Blk 12-13 92.3 0-0 5-5 4-5 2-2 1-1 52 0

FIELD GOAL SEQUENCE

Opponent Sacramento State OPPONENTS at UNLV (44) (39) at Cal Poly (29),(41) (24) Eastern Washington (30) 37 at Portland State (27) (36),(38) Idaho State (30) (35),41 at Weber State (26) Montana - 41,(38) Northern Arizona (22),(23) (31),55 at Northern Colorado (34),33 at Montana State (52) (23),42,(47) UC Davis (37) Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

KICKOFFS Player Chris Diniz Total Opponents

No. Yds 56 3429 56 3429 64 3792

Avg 61.2 61.2 59.2

TB OB Retn Net YdLn 8 0 8 0 1005 43.3 26 7 3 1225 40.1 29

FUMBLE RETURNS

Player No. Yds Avg TD Long Marquese Smith 1 10 10.0 0 10 Total 1 10 10.0 0 10 Opponents 1 11 11.0 0 11

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2010 SACRAMENTO STATE FOOTBALL 2009 REVIEW GAME-BY-GAME PASSING JASON SMITH Att Comp Int Pct Yards TD Long Sack Yds Effic at UNLV 17 8 1 47.1 85 0 32 1 14 77.3 at Cal Poly 30 16 2 53.3 217 1 46 1 9 111.8 Eastern Washington 34 26 1 76.5 320 1 48 3 23 159.4 at Portland State 29 17 0 58.6 256 3 46 1 6 166.9 Idaho State 19 9 0 47.4 108 2 54 0 0 129.9 at Weber State 25 14 1 56.0 137 1 18 1 5 107.2 Montana 46 31 2 67.4 323 3 36 2 8 139.2 Northern Arizona 30 14 2 46.7 210 1 49 0 0 103.1 at Northern Colorado -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -at Montana State 2 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 1 4 0.0 UC Davis 15 7 0 46.7 51 0 14 2 14 75.2 TOTALS 247 142 9 57.5 1707 12 54 12 83 124.3 M. BETHEL-THOMPSON Att Comp Int Pct Yards TD Long Sack Yds Effic at UNLV 2 1 0 50.0 14 0 14 0 0 108.8 at Cal Poly 4 3 1 75.0 29 0 13 0 0 85.9 Eastern Washington -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -at Portland State -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -Idaho State -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -at Weber State 12 4 0 33.3 68 0 22 1 7 80.9 Northern Arizona -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -at Northern Colorado 22 13 1 59.1 133 1 22 2 13 115.8 at Montana State 41 24 3 58.5 269 1 39 5 30 107.1 UC Davis 29 19 0 65.5 233 2 39 1 6 155.8 TOTALS 110 64 5 58.2 746 4 39 9 56 118.1

GAME-BY-GAME RUSHING Player No-Yds/TD UNLV CP EWU PSU ISU WSU UM NAU NC MSU UCD Terrance Dailey 118-617/3 19-101/0 6-9/0 5-32/0 34-111/1 13-178/1 22-96/0 19-90/1 DNP DNP DNP DNP Sam McCowan 83-344/4 - 6-20/1 7-37/2 9-41/0 15-52/0 8-11/0 7-35/0 27-130/1 - - 4-18/0 Jake Croxdale 55-199/3 - - DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 29-107/2 11-26/0 15-66/1 Evander Wilkins 33-131/1 12-43/0 8-31/0 13-57/1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Jeff Badger 29-107/1 - - - - - - - 3-4/0 17-75/1 9-28/0 Augie Heath 1-18/0 - - - - - - - 1-18/0 - - Dylan Lane 1-10/0 - - - - - - - - 1-10/0 - McLeod Bethel-Thompson 25-1/1 1-1/0 - - - - 3-2/0 DNP - 7-12/0 9-(-15)/0 5-1/1 Jon Loeliger 2-0/0 1-2/0 1--2/0 - - - - - - - - TEAM 10-(-13)/0 - - 1-(-1)/0 3-(-4)/0 2-(-4)/0 1-0/0 - DNP 1-(-1)/0 DNP 2-(-3)/0 Jason Smith 30-(-73)/1 3-(-18)/0 3-(-16)/0 6-(-8)/0 2-(-6)/0 1-1/0 3-2/0 4-(-5)/0 4-1/1 DNP 1-(-4)/0 3-(-20)/0

GAME-BY-GAME RECEIVING Player No-Yds/TD UNLV CP EWU PSU ISU WSU UM NAU NC MSU UCD Brandyn Reed 46-731/7 1-32/0 4-70/0 8-141/1 DNP 2-11/1 2-28/0 10-111/0 5-85/1 3-64/1 4-55/1 7-134/2 John Hendershott 38-558/2 2-20/0 6-86/0 2-21/0 5-117/0 2-23/0 3-24/0 4-63/2 5-106/0 1-9/0 2-16/0 6-73/0 Dylan Lane 40-409/3 1-20/0 1-7/0 6-53/0 7-73/2 3-65/1 3-21/0 6-54/0 2-11/0 1-7/0 4-55/0 6-43/0 Ron Richardson 19-187/0 - 1-5/0 3-25/0 1-17/0 1-5/0 2-35/0 2-22/0 - 2-24/0 5-44/0 2-10/0 Brian Heath 12-122/2 - 1-9/0 1-19/0 1-3/0 - 3-23/1 1-8/0 - 3-49/0 1-3/1 1-8/0 Brett Willis 8-112/3 - 4-52/1 - 1-15/1 - - 1-28/1 - 1-7/0 1-10/0 Jake Croxdale 9-88/0 - - DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-14/0 4-58/0 4-16/0 Jon Krebs 8-87/1 2-4/0 - 2-41/0 - - 1-22/0 - - 1-5/1 2-15/0 Sam McCowan 11-80/0 - - 1-12/0 1-2/0 - 3-31/0 4-27/0 2-8/0 - - Evander Wilkins 8-48/0 3-23/0 2-17/0 3-8/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Anthony Fletcher 1-29/0 DNP DNP DNP 1-29/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Matt Larson 3-29/0 - - - - - 1-21/0 2-8/0 - - DNP Matt Carter 1-9/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP - DNP - 1-9/0 McLeod Bethel-Thompson 2-7/0 - - - - - - DNP - 1-2/0 1-5/0 Jeff Badger 1-7/0 - - - - - - - - - 1-7/0 Terrance Dailey 1-4/0 - - - - 1-4/0 - - DNP DNP DNP DNP Mark Lavey 1-2/0 - - - - - - 1-2/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP

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2010 SACRAMENTO STATE FOOTBALL 2009 REVIEW DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Total Tackles Sacks Pass QB Fumble Forced Blocked Players GP Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds No-Yards Int-Yds BrUp Hurry Rcv-Yds Fumble Kick Saf Zach Schrader 11 50 53 103 0.5-1 . 4-78 3 . . 4 . . Peter Buck 11 39 41 80 4.5-8 1.0-1 . 1 . 1-0 . 1 . Deionte Gordon 11 39 29 68 . . 1-0 2 . . 3 . . Greg Johnson 10 25 34 59 1.0-1 . . . 5 . . . . Durrell Oliver 11 32 21 53 1.0-3 . 2-47 6 . . 1 . . Geoff Warner 11 17 33 50 2.0-4 . . . . . . . . Christian Clark 11 27 17 44 15.5-75 10.0-64 . 1 3 . 1 . . Dorian Brown 11 23 20 43 1.5-5 . . 3 . . . . . Zack Nash 9 17 17 34 3.5-15 2.5-13 . 1 1 . 1 . . Kevin Moore 11 13 20 33 7.0-32 3.5-23 . 2 1 3-0 1 . . David Coleman 11 13 20 33 2.0-9 1.0-8 . 2 2 . . . . Marquese Smith 11 20 13 33 . . 2-80 6 . 1-10 . . . Bill Sherman 11 6 21 27 . . . . 1 1-0 . . . Avery White 10 14 11 25 5.5-33 3.0-23 . . 1 . . . . Dana Willis 11 9 13 22 . . . . . . . . . Jarred Pereira 6 5 17 22 1.5-2 . . . . . 1 . . Ryan Shinar 9 8 11 19 1.0-4 1.0-4 . 1 . . . . . Jeff Johnson 8 3 10 13 . . . 1 . . . . . Johnny Feaster 8 7 6 13 1.0-3 . . . . . . . . Nate Jones 3 8 . 8 . . . . . . . . . Matt Lawrence 9 3 4 7 . . . . . . . . . Marque Willis 5 4 2 6 . . . . . . . . . Alesana Laban 9 2 3 5 1.5-8 . . . 1 . . . . Brett Willis 11 3 2 5 . . . . . . . . . Jay Reddic 6 2 3 5 . . . . . . . . . Jon Loeliger 11 2 2 4 . . . . . . . . . Reese Heaslet 9 . 3 3 1.0-4 . 1-10 . 1 . . . . Dylan Lane 11 2 1 3 . . . . . . . . . Chris Diniz 11 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . . Matt Larson 10 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . . Brian Heath 11 2 . 2 . . . . . 1-0 . . . Sam McCowan 11 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . . Maika Maumau 6 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . Brandyn Reed 10 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . Augie Heath 11 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . Bethel-Thompson 10 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . Jake Croxdale 5 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . Nate Doverspike 11 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . Jeff Badger 11 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . TEAM 9 . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Total 11 402 434 836 50-207 22-136 10-215 29 16 7-10 12 1 1 Opponents 11 385 388 773 65.0-218 21-139 14-225 35 18 11-11 10 1 .

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Player UA-A-TOT UNLV CP EWU PSU ISU WSU UM NAU NC MSU UCD Zach Schrader 50-53-103 6-7-13 6-3-9 5-9-14 5-1-6 6-7-13 4-5-9 2-8-10 5-2-7 7-7-14 3-1-4 1-3-4 Peter Buck 39-41-80 2-0-2 1-0-1 1-7-8 5-2-7 0-1-1 7-2-9 6-12-18 3-7-10 3-3-6 6-1-7 5-6-11 Deionte Gordon 39-29-68 8-5-13 3-2-5 4-2-6 2-1-3 2-3-5 5-2-7 2-3-5 2-4-6 4-3-7 4-1-5 3-3-6 Greg Johnson 25-34-59 1-3-4 4-5-9 0-3-3 1-1-2 3-8-11 DNP 3-5-8 3-3-6 6-1-7 1-0-1 3-5-8 Durrell Oliver 32-21-53 4-4-8 1-2-3 3-1-4 - 3-2-5 3-1-2 3-4-7 3-2-5 5-0-5 3-2-5 4-3-7 Geoff Warner 17-33-50 1-2-3 2-1-3 1-5-6 2-1-3 - 1-4-5 2-8-10 0-3-3 - 6-5-11 2-4-6 Christian Clark 27-17-44 0-2-2 2-2-4 1-3-4 3-0-4 3-0-3 2-1-3 1-2-3 6-2-8 1-2-3 5-0-5 3-3-6 Dorian Brown 23-20-43 0-2-2 7-1-8 2-0-2 1-2-3 1-3-4 2-2-4 0-1-1 8-2-10 0-3-3 1-1-2 1-3-4 Zack Nash 17-17-34 3-3-6 2-2-4 0-3-3 - 1-0-1 1-3-4 2-4-6 6-2-8 DNP DNP 2-0-2 Marquese Smith 20-13-33 - 1-1-2 2-0-2 1-2-3 2-2-4 0-2-2 3-2-5 2-1-3 2-2-4 6-1-7 1-0-1 Kevin Moore 13-20-33 0-1-1 2-3-5 2-1-3 1-1-2 1-2-3 1-1-2 2-6-8 1-3-4 1-1-2 1-1-2 1-0-1 David Coleman 13-20-33 0-2-2 - 1-3-4 1-0-1 5-8-13 2-2-4 0-1-1 - 1-1-2 1-0-1 2-3-5 Bill Sherman 6-21-27 0-2-2 1-1-2 0-2-2 0-1-1 1-2-3 1-2-4 0-4-4 0-1-1 0-1-1 3-1-4 0-4-4 Avery White 14-11-25 2-0-2 - 0-3-3 3-1-4 2-2-4 1-2-3 1-0-1 DNP 4-2-6 - 1-1-2 Dana Willis 9-13-22 - 3-1-4 2-3-5 - 1-2-3 2-0-2 1-2-3 0-3-3 0-1-1 0-1-1 Jarred Pereira 5-17-22 0-3-3 1-7-8 3-2-5 DNP 0-4-4 1-0-1 DNP 0-1-1 DNP DNP DNP Ryan Shinar 8-11-19 1-0-1 4-5-9 0-1-1 - DNP DNP 1-2-3 1-1-2 1-2-3 - Johnny Feaster 7-6-13 DNP DNP DNP - 1-1-2 - 1-0-1 1-1-2 1-1-2 2-1-3 1-2-3 Jeff Johnson 3-10-13 - 1-0-1 0-1-1 1-3-4 1-4-5 0-1-1 DNP 0-1-1 - DNP DNP Nate Jones 8-0-8 DNP DNP DNP 7-0-7 - 1-0-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Matt Lawrence 3-4-7 0-1-1 2-0-2 - - 0-1-1 1-0-1 0-2-2 DNP DNP - Marque Willis 4-2-6 2-0-2 2-2-4 - DNP - DNP - DNP DNP DNP DNP Alesana Laban 2-3-5 1-0-1 0-2-2 - - 1-0-1 - 0-1-1 - DNP DNP Jay Reddic 2-3-5 DNP DNP 0-1-1 1-0-1 0-1-1 DNP DNP 1-0-1 - DNP 0-1-1 Brett Willis 3-2-5 - - - - 2-0-2 - - 0-1-1 - - 1-1-2 Jon Loeliger 2-2-4 1-1-2 - - - 1-0-1 - 0-1-1 - - - Dylan Lane 2-1-3 0-1-1 1-0-1 1-0-1 - - - - - - - Reese Heaslet 0-3-3 DNP DNP 0-3-4 - - - - - - - Brian Heath 2-0-2 - 1-0-1 - 1-0-1 - - - - - - Matt Larson 1-1-2 - - - - 0-1-1 - - - - DNP 1-0-1 Sam McCowan 1-1-2 - - 0-1-1 - - - 1-0-1 - - - Chris Diniz 1-1-2 - - 0-1-1 - - - - - - 1-0-1 Augie Heath 1-0-1 - - - - - - 1-0-1 - - - McLeod Bethel-Thompson 1-0-1 - - - - - - DNP - - 1-0-1 Nate Doverspike 1-0-1 - - - - - - - - - 1-0-1 Jeff Badger 0-1-1 0-1-1 - - - - - - - - - Brandyn Reed 1-0-1 - - - DNP - - - 1-0-1 - - Maika Maumau 0-1-1 - - 0-1-1 - - DNP DNP DNP DNP - DNP Jake Croxdale 0-1-1 - 0-1-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP - - -

GAME-BY-GAME TACKLES FOR LOSS

Player UA-A-TOT UNLV CP EWU PSU ISU WSU UM NAU NC MSU UCD Christian Clark 14-3-15.5 0.5-0 1.0-5 1.5-2 3.0-18 2.0-8 - 1.0-7 4.0-30 - 2.0-4 0.5-1 Kevin Moore 6-2-7.0 - 2.0-8 1.0-4 1.0-2 1.0-2 - 1.0-13 - - 1.0-3 Avery White 5-1-5.5 1.0-10 - - 1.0-5 2.0-10 - - DNP 1.0-7 - 0.5-1 Peter Buck 4-1-4.5 - - - - - 3.0-5 - 1.5-3 - - Zack Nash 3-1-3.5 - 0.5-3 - - - - 1.0-2 1.0-5 DNP DNP 1.0-5 David Coleman 2-0-2.0 - - 1.0-1 - - - - - - - 1.0-8 Geoff Warner 1-2-2.0 - - 0.5-1 - - - - - - 1.5-3 Alesana Laban 1-1-1.5 1.0-6 0.5-2 - - - - - - DNP DNP Jarred Pereira 1-1-1.5 0.5-1 - 1.0-1 DNP - - DNP - DNP DNP DNP Dorian Brown 1-1-1.5 - - - 1.0-4 - - - 0.5-1 - - Johnny Feaster 1-0-1.0 DNP DNP DNP - - - - - - 1.0-3 Ryan Shinar 1-0-1.0 1.0-4 - - - DNP DNP - - - - Reese Heaslet 0-2-1.0 DNP DNP 1.0-4 - - - - - - - Durrell Oliver 1-0-1.0 - - 1.0-3 - - - - - - - Greg Johnson 1-0-1.0 - - - - - DNP 1.0-1 - - - Zach Schrader 0-1-0.5 - - - - - - - - - 0.5-1 -

GAME-BY-GAME SACKS

Player UA-A-TOT UNLV CP EWU PSU ISU WSU UM NAU NC MSU UCD Christian Clark 10-0-10.0 - - - 3.0-18 1.0-6 - 1.0-7 4.0-30 - 1.0-3 Kevin Moore 3-1-3.5 - 0.5-4 1.0-4 1.0-2 - - 1.0-13 - - - Avery White 3-0-3.0 1.0-10 - - - 1.0-6 - - DNP 1.0-7 - Zack Nash 2-1-2.5 - 0.5-3 - - - - - 1.0-5 DNP DNP 1.0-5 David Coleman 1-0-1.0 - - - - - - - - - - 1.0-8 Peter Buck 1-0-1.0 - - - - - 1.0-1 - - - - Ryan Shinar 1-0-1.0 1.0-4 - - - DNP DNP - - - - -

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Final Score By Quarter First Downs Score 1 2 3 4 Rush-Pass-Pen-Tot

Rushing Att-Yds-TD

Passing Total Offense Punting Fumbles Penalty Third Time of C-A-I-Yds-TD Att-Yds No-Avg No-Lost No-Yds Downs Poss

Hornets

3 0 3 0 0

9-3-0-12

36-129-0

9-19-1-99-0

55-228

7-39.4 0-0 5-38 5/13 29:38

UNLV

38 10 0 7 21

9-11-1-21

41-216-4

17-21-0-250-1

62-466

3-45.0 0-0

Hornets

19 3 9 0 7

2-11-3-16

24-42-1

19-34-3-246-1

58-288

4-27.0 2-1 6-35 4/12 23:21

Cal Poly

2-30

5/9

30:22

38 7 17 14 0

14-9-0-23

60-258-2

12-19-0-218-3

79-476

3-27.7 0-0

Eastern Wash. 56 7 28 14 7

15-11-2-28

39-283-6

19-29-0-254-1

68-537

3-42.7 3-1

8-96 4/14 36:39 7-50 10/14 29:51

Hornets

30 0 9 21 0

7-14-1-22

32-117-3

26-34-1-320-1

66-437

2-37.0 4-3

8-80 6/11 30:09

Hornets

3-20 8/18 34:46

31 7 7 14 3

8-11-1-20

48-142-1

17-29-0-256-3

77-398

7-43.0 1-0

Portland State 14 3 3 0 8

0-15-0-15

14-(-2)-0

31-50-2-370-1

64-368

6-38.7 2-1 4-19 5/14 25:14

Idaho State 17 10 0 7 0

4-12-6-22

31-110-1

30-52-3-258-1

83-368

4-32.5 1-1 4-130 4/16 37:25

Hornets

38 10 21 7 0

9-2-0-11

31-227-1

9-19-0-108-2

50-335

5-35.2 3-3

Hornets

10 0 7 0 3

7-11-3-21

37-111-0

36-34-0-305-5

74-316

7-40.7 2-1 6-53 6/16 34:22

5-176 4/11

22:35

Weber State 49 7 28 7 7

5-14-1-20

28-93-1

18-37-1-205-1

62-398

4-45.0 0-0

6-68 8/14 25:38

Montana

45 7 14 14 10

14-13-2-29

51-235-4

18-26-1-236-2

77-471

3-44.0 2-0

6-42

Hornets

30 7 7 7 9

11-15-0-26

30-120-1

34-46-2-323-3

76-443

4-40.5 2-1 4-59 6/14 28:14

7/13

31:46

Northern Ariz. 24 7 17 0 0

8-15-0-23

32-84-1

31-44-2-376-2

76-460

6-40.8 2-1

6-38 5/14 30:40

Hornets

27 10 7 10 0

9-6-0-15

35-153-2

14-31-2-210-1

66-363

5-41.6 1-1

2-10 4/15 29:20

Hornets

38 10 21 7 0

14-7-1-22

55-203-3

14-23-1-181-2

78-384

3-42.3 0-0

9-55

Northern Colo. 35 0 0 14 21

7-19-2-28

21-118-5

36-60-2-359-0

81-477

3-45.0 1-0

7-46 6/11 21:58

Hornets

4/13

38:02

17 7 7 3 0

5-14-2-21

30-35-0

26-45-3-277-2

75-312

6-37.8 0-0 9-71 4/16 33:59

Montana State 27 14 0 7 6

7-9-2-18

35-127-1

20-29-0-222-2

64-349

3-39.3 3-2 5-34 3/11 26:01

UC Davis

28 0 14 7 7

6-13-1-20

26-84-2

29-38-0-307-2

64-391

6-40.0 1-1

9-79 5/12 34:04

Hornets

31 3 0 7 21

6-13-1-20

29-62-2

26-44-0-284-2

73-345

3-41.0 3-1

4-40 11/17 25:56

OFFENSIVE STARTERS UNLV CP EWU PSU ISU WSU UM NAU NC MSU UCD

WT WG Lessard Walsh Lessard Walsh Lessard Walsh Lessard Walsh Lessard Lenz Weaver Lenz Lessard Lenz Lessard Lenz Lessard Lenz Lessard Lenz Lessard Lenz

DEFENSIVE STARTERS UNLV CP EWU PSU ISU WSU UM NAU NC MSU UCD

DE NT Moore Sherman Moore Sherman Moore Sherman Moore Sherman Moore Sherman Moore Sherman Moore Sherman Moore Sherman Moore Sherman Moore Sherman Moore Sherman

C Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor

SG ST Lemley Doverspike Lemley Doverspike Lemley Doverspike Lemley Doverspike Lemley Doverspike Lemley Doverspike Lemley Doverspike Lemley Doverspike Lemley Doverspike Walsh Doverspike Lemley Doverspike

TE QB RB WR B. Heath J. Smith Wilkins Hendershott B. Heath J. Smith Wilkins Reed B. Heath J. Smith Wilkins Reed B. Heath J. Smith Dailey Hendershott B. Heath J. Smith Dailey Hendershott B. Heath J. Smith Dailey Reed B. Heath J. Smith Dailey Larson B. Heath J. Smith McCowan Reed B. Heath Bethel-Thompson Croxdale Hendershott Carter Bethel-Thompson Badger Reed Heath J. Smith Croxdale Reed

WR WR Lane Krebs (TE) Lane Richardson Lane Larson Lane Larson Lane Richardson Lane Richardson Lane Richardson Lane Richardson Lane Krebs (TE) Lane Richardson Lane Willis

DT Clark Clark Clark Clark Clark Clark Clark Clark Clark Clark Clark

DE WLB MLB Buck CB CB FS SS Nash Coleman Pereira Brown (S) Oliver J. Johnson Gordon Schrader Nash G. Johnson Pereira Buck Oliver J. Johnson Gordon Schrader Nash G. Johnson Warner Buck Oliver M. Smith Gordon Schrader Nash G. Johnson Warner Buck Jones M. Smith Gordon Schrader Nash G. Johnson Warner White Oliver M. Smith Gordon Schrader Nash Buck Warner White Oliver M. Smith Gordon Schrader Nash G. Johnson Warner White Oliver M. Smith Gordon Schrader Nash G. Johnson Warner Buck Oliver M. Smith Gordon Schrader White G. Johnson Buck Brown (S) Oliver M. Smith Gordon Schrader Shinar G. Johnson Warner Buck Oliver M. Smith Gordon Schrader Nash G. Johnson Warner Buck Oliver M. Smith Gordon Schrader

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OPPONENT SCORING DRIVES

No. of Total Drive Type of Score Opponent Plays Yards Time Score Time/Qtr UNLV 9 69 4:17 TD 10:43/1st UNLV 9 43 4:07 FG 5:25/1st UNLV 9 59 4:42 TD 4:43/3rd UNLV 11 67 5:31 TD 12:33/4th UNLV 2 80 0:33 TD 6:53/4th UNLV 7 67 3:32 TD 1:06/4th Cal Poly 7 51 3:03 TD 10:34/1st Cal Poly 13 57 5:40 FG 14:07/2nd Cal Poly 2 42 0:42 TD 12:31/2nd Cal Poly 4 68 1:19 TD 0:34/2nd Cal Poly 12 74 5:44 TD 9:12/3rd Cal Poly 14 91 6:30 TD 1:11/3rd Eastern Wash. 10 88 3:54 TD 11:06/1st Eastern Wash. 10 81 3:38 TD 14:51/2nd Eastern Wash. 4 70 1:31 TD 8:19/2nd Eastern Wash. 7 22 3:09 TD 3:09/2nd Eastern Wash. 7 72 1:18 TD 0:13/2nd Eastern Wash. 4 78 1:29 TD 3:41/3rd Eastern Wash. --- --- --- TD 2:51/3rd

Drive Start UNLV 31 UNLV 35 UNLV 41 UNLV 33 UNLV 20 UNLV 33 CP 49 CP 36 SAC 42 CP 32 CP 26 CP 9 EWU 12 EWU 19 EWU 30 SAC 22 EWU 28 EWU 22 ---

Scoring Play Trotter 1 yd run Watson 39 yd field goal Trotter 1 yd run Trotter 1 yd run Anthony 55 yd pass from Clayton Clausen 4 yd run Smith 1 yd run Pinto 24 yd field goal Houston 41 yd pass Smith Hall 52 yd pass from Smith Anderson 6 yd pass from Smith Thierry 1 yd run Jones 12 yd run Overbay 2 yd pass from Nichols Jones 37 yd run Nichols 1 yd run Jones 7 yd run Hart 18 yd run Johnson 33 yd interception return

Idaho State Idaho State Weber State Weber State Montana Montana Montana Montana Montana Northern Ariz. Northern Ariz. Northern Ariz. Northern Ariz. Northern Ariz. Montana State Montana State Montana State Northern Colo. Northern Colo. Northern Colo. Northern Colo. Northern Colo. Northern Colo. UC Davis UC Davis UC Davis UC Davis UC Davis

Eastern Wash. Portland State Portland State Portland State Idaho State Idaho State Idaho State Weber State Weber State Weber State Weber State Weber State Weber State Weber State Montana Montana Montana Montana Montana Montana Montana Northern Ariz. Northern Ariz. Northern Ariz. Northern Ariz. Montana State Montana State Montana State Montana State Montana State Northern Colo. Northern Colo. Northern Colo. Northern Colo. Northern Colo. UC Davis UC Davis UC Davis UC Davis

SAC 49 PSU 27 PSU 15 PSU 27 ISU 24 SAC 24 ISU 32 WSU 46 WSU 29 --- 50 SAC 24 WSU 11 WSU 26 UM 20 UM 34 SAC 49 SAC 5 UM 10 UM 24 UM 20 NAU 14 SAC 2 NAU 20 SAC 44 MSU 43 MSU 41 SAC 49 SAC 27 SAC 43 NC 17 NC 24 NC 23 NC 27 NC 20 UCD 20 UCD 35 UCD 22 UCD 24

Jones 38 yd run Brown 36 yd field goal Brown 38 yd field goal Lewis 22 yd pass from Hubel Benavides 4 yd pass from Hill Huk 35 yd field goal Morgan 1 yd run Toone 25 yd pass from Higgins Collins 3 yd pass from Higgins Toone 95 yd punt return Phillips 30 yd pass from Higgins Toone 5 yd pass from Higgins Toone 8 yd pass from Higgins Bolen 11 yd run Mariani 18 yd pass from Selle Reynolds 2 yd run Reynold 1 yd run Reynolds 5 yd run Brooks-Fletcher 17 yd run McKnight 38 yd field goal Sambrano 57 yd pass from Roper Meadows 30 yd pass from Herrick Henderson 2 yd run Shanks 52 yd pass from Herrick Myers 31 yd field goal Gilbert 7 yd pass from Kempt Mason 1 yd run Gilbert 46 yd pass from Kempt Cunningham 23 yd field goal Cunningham 47 yd field goal Waggener 13 yd run Harris 1 yd run Waggener 1 yd run Harris 2 yd run Burnley 2 yd run Aprile 3 yd run Aprile 1 yd run Carter 9 yd pass from Denham Grant 49 pass from Denham

No. of Total Drive Type of Score Opponent Plays Yards Time Score Time/Qtr UNLV 5 43 0:41 FG 0:00/2nd Cal Poly 13 72 5:36 FG 4:53/1st Cal Poly 10 41 4:21 FG 8:05/2nd Cal Poly 2 69 0:34 TD 1:59/2nd Cal Poly 8 60 2:31 TD 0:09/4th Eastern Wash. 10 58 4:46 FG 9:56/2nd Eastern Wash. 3 17 1:19 TD 6:45/2nd Eastern Wash. 14 75 6:42 TD 8:18/3rd Eastern Wash. 3 48 1:01 TD 5:17/3rd Eastern Wash. 3 63 1:03 TD 1:48/3rd Portland State 13 52 4:56 TD 8:57/1st Portland State 7 43 1:41 TD 0:57/2nd Portland State 8 80 3:38 TD 11:22/3rd Portland State 7 80 2:38 TD 3:35/3rd Portland State 5 26 2:25 FG 5:44/4th Idaho State 5 73 2:22 TD 12:38/1st Idaho State 10 50 4:35 FG 1:43/1st Idaho State 6 87 3:31 TD 7:50/2nd Idaho State --- --- --- TD 6:56/2nd

Drive Start SAC 30 SAC 16 SAC 35 SAC 31 SAC 40 SAC 29 EWU 17 SAC 25 EWU 48 SAC 37 SAC 48 PSU 43 SAC 20 SAC 20 PSU 36 SAC 27 SAC 37 SAC 13 ---

--- --- --- TD 0:12/2nd --- 4 76 2:08 TD 6:48/3rd SAC 24 13 80 6:08 TD 2:00/2nd SAC 20 13 66 6:11 FG 0:21/4th SAC 24 10 79 3:23 TD 4:49/1st SAC 21 8 74 3:32 TD 14:13/2nd SAC 26 8 74 3:34 TD 5:52/3rd SAC 26 12 67 2:58 TD 5:06/4th SAC 33 --- --- --- SAF 0:53/4th --- 5 68 1:32 TD 6:07/1st SAC 32 6 22 2:33 FG 2:50/1st NAU 27 10 82 3:31 TD 11:58/2nd SAC 18 15 62 7:03 FG 7:51/3rd SAC 32 8 75 4:07 TD 2:09/3rd SAC 25 3 55 1:13 TD 10:53/1st SAC 45 12 73 5:44 TD 0:01/2nd SAC 27 7 45 3:54 FG 10:11/3rd SAC 20 14 59 7:07 FG 3:10/1st SAC 24 3 64 1:00 TD 1:20/1st SAC 36 13 73 5:17 TD 7:49/2nd SAC 27 9 34 3:56 TD 3:44/2nd NC 34 5 18 2:06 TD 0:31/2nd NC 18 11 62 5:01 TD 6:39/3rd SAC 38 6 14 3:10 FG 7:38/1st UCD 34 7 66 3:09 TD 11:49/3rd SAC 34 6 59 2:15 TD 14:53/4th SAC 41 10 56 4:34 TD 7:36/4th SAC 44 15 83 4:25 TD 0:20/4th SAC 17

Scoring Play Diniz 44 yd field goal Diniz 29 yd field goal Diniz 41 yd field goal Willis 23 yd pass from J. Smith McCowan 1 yd run Diniz 30 yd field goal Reed 15 yd pass from J. Smith McCowan 6 yd run McCowan 1 yd run Wilkins 12 yd run Willis 15 yd pass from J. Smith Lane 9 yd pass from J. Smith Lane 5 yd pass from J. Smith Dailey 2 yd run Diniz 27 yd field goal Dailey 42 yd run Diniz 30 yd field goal Reed 5 yd pass from J. Smith Oliver 37 yd interception return M. Smith 83 yd interception return Lane 54 yd pass from J. Smith Heath 12 yd pass from J. Smith Diniz 26 yd field goal Dailey 3 yd run Hendershott 25 yd pass from J. Smith Hendershott 18 yd pass from J. Smith Willis 28 yd pass from J. Smith Team safety Reed 42 yd pass from J. Smith Diniz 22 yd field goal McCowan 6 yd run Diniz 23 yd field goal J. Smith 1 yd run Reed 39 pass from Bethel-Thompson Heath 3 yd pass from Croxdale Diniz 52 yd field goal Diniz 34 yd field goal Reed 48 yd pass from Richardson Croxdale 4 yd run Krebs 5 pass from Bethel-Thompson Croxdale 2 yd run Badger 1 yd run Diniz 37 yd field goal Bethel-Thompson 1 yd run Reed 39 pass from Bethel-Thompson Croxdale 2 yd run Reed 13 pass from Bethel-Thompson

2 10 9 8 8 4 11 8 6 --- 6 2 13 10 10 8 9 1 13 11 4 9 1 5 7 2 9 2 7 6 5 9 16 7 11 13 10 13 6

49 54 63 73 76 6 68 54 71 --- 50 24 89 74 80 66 49 5 90 56 80 86 2 80 30 57 59 49 21 14 83 76 77 73 80 80 65 78 76

0:39 4:15 4:28 2:38 3:42 2:02 3:45 4:09 0:54 --- 1:06 0:12 5:16 5:34 4:05 3:09 4:26 0:05 4:37 4:53 1:30 4:03 0:04 1:53 2:56 0:53 3:29 0:55 2:17 2:39 1:20 2:24 2:59 1:25 2:21 7:43 5:50 6:49 2:32

TD FG FG TD TD FG TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD FG TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD FG FG TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD

11:09/4th 4:35/1st 14:04/2nd 3:00/4th 8:51/1st 6:25/1st 2:58/3rd 8:27/1st 14:14/2nd 8:08/2nd 0:45/2nd 0:13/2nd 4:18/3rd 10:39/4th 8:19/1st 6:34/2nd 2:06/2nd 9:32/3rd 1:07/3rd 8:04/4th 3:35/4th 10:57/1st 7:03/2nd 4:50/2nd 0:00/2nd 10:00/1st 2:14/1st 14:05/3rd 10:50/4th 2:22/4th 11:44/3rd 4:07/3rd 11:13/4th 5:47/4th 0:35/4th 14:55/2nd 6:46/2md 4:54/3rd 12:17/4th

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OPPONENT SUPERLATIVES

Longest Rush: 69, Terrance Dailey vs. Idaho State Longest TD Run: 42, Terrance Dailey vs. Idaho State Longest Pass: 54 (td), Jason Smith to Dylan Lane vs. Idaho State Longest TD Pass: 54, Jason Smith to Dylan Lane vs. Idaho State Longest Punt Return: 15, Ron Richardson vs. UC Davis Longest Kickoff Return: 75, Sam McCowan vs. Eastern Washington Longest Interception Return: 83 (td), Marquese Smith vs. Idaho State Longest Fumble Return: None Most Punts: 7, Augie Heath at UNLV/at Portland State/at Weber State Longest Punt: 57, Augie Heath at Weber State Most Field Goals: 2, Chris Diniz at Cal Poly/vs. Northern Arizona Longest Field Goal: 52, Chris Diniz at Montana State Most TDs Rushing: 2, Sam McCowan vs. EWU/Jake Croxdale at Northern Colo. Most TDs Receiving: 2, Dylan Lane at PSU/Jon Hendershott vs. UM/Brandyn Reed vs. UCD Most TDs Passing: 3, Jason Smith at Portland State/vs. Montana Most Rushing Attempts: 34, Terrance Dailey at Portland State Most Yards Rushing: 178, Terrance Dailey vs. Idaho State Most Pass Attempts: 46, Jason Smith vs. Montana Most Completions: 31, Jason Smith vs. Montana Most Yards Passing: 323, Jason Smith vs. Montana Most Interceptions Thrown: 3, McLeod Bethel-Thompson at Montana State Most Receptions: 10, Brandyn Reed vs. Montana Most Yards Receiving: 141, Brandyn Reed vs. Eastern Washington Most Total Offense: 318, Jason Smith vs. Montana Most All-Purpose Yards: 200, Sam McCowan vs. Northern Arizona Most Tackles: 18, Peter Buck vs. Montana Most Solo Tackles: 8, Dorian Brown vs. Northern Arizona Most Sacks: 4.0, Christian Clark vs. Northern Arizona Most Tackles-for-Loss: 4.0, Christian Clark vs. Northern Arizona Most Interceptions: 1, 10 players Most Passes Broken Up: 5, Durrell Oliver at Northern Colorado * School Record

Longest Rush: 40, Ryan Saint Preux, UNLV Longest TD Run: 38, Taiwan Jones, Eastern Washington Longest Pass: 57 (td), Justin Roper to Jabin Sambrano, Montana Longest TD Pass: 57 (td), Justin Roper to Jabin Sambrano, Montana Longest Punt Return: 95 (td), Tim Toone, Weber State Longest Kickoff Return: 48, Bo Bolen, Weber State Longest Interception Return: 53, Kevin Retoriano, Montana State Longest Fumble Return: 11, Lonnie Hosley, Eastern Washington Most Punts: 6, Colton Schmidt, UC Davis Longest Punt: 55, Mike Snoy, Weber State Most Field Goals: 2, Jason Cunningham, Montana State Longest Field Goal: 47, Jason Cunningham, Montana State Most TDs Rushing: 4, Taiwan Jones, Eastern Washington Most TDs Receiving: 3, Tim Toone, Weber State Most TDs Passing: 5, Cameron Higgins, Weber State Most Rushing Attempts: 24, Alex Henderson, Northern Arizona Most Yards Rushing: 190, Taiwan Jones, Eastern Washington Most Pass Attempts: 50, Drew Hubel, Portland State Most Completions: 31, Drew Hubel, PSU/Michael Herrick, NAU Most Yards Passing: 376, Michael Herrick, Northern Arizona Most Interceptions Thrown: 2, Drew Hubel, PSU/Michael Herrick, Northern Arizona Most Receptions: 13, Lavonte Kirven, Portland State Most Yards Receiving: 188, Lavonte Kirven, Portland State Most Total Offense: 358, Michael Herrick, Northern Arizona Most All-Purpose Yards: 279, Taiwan Jones, Eastern Washington Most Tackles: 15, J.C. Sherritt, Eastern Washington Most Solo Tackles: 10, J.C. Sherritt, Eastern Washington Most Sacks: 2.5, Dane Fletcher, Montana State Most Tackles-for-Loss: 4.0, Dane Fletcher, Montana State Most Interceptions: 1, 13 times Most Passes Broken Up: 2, Four times

Individual

Team

High Rushes 55 at Northern Colo. Yards Rushing 227 vs. Idaho State TD Rushes 3 vs. EWU/at NC Pass Attempts 46 vs. Montana Pass Completions 31 vs. Montana Yards Passing 323 vs. Montana TD Passes 3 vs. Montana Total Plays 78 at Northern Colo. Total Offense 443 vs. Montana Points 38 vs. ISU/at NC Sacks By 5 vs. Northern Arizona First Downs 26 vs. Montana Penalties 9 at NC/at MSU Penalty Yards 80 vs. EWU Turnovers 4 at CP/vs. EWU Interceptions Thrown 3 at CP/at MSU * School Record

TURNOVERS

Takeaways (Fum/Int): 17 (7/10) Giveaways (Fum/Int): 24 (10/14) Difference: -7 (-5/-2) Points Off Turnovers Sacramento State: 55 Opponents: 82

Low 24 at Cal Poly 35 at Montana State 0 Three times 19 at UNLV/vs. ISU 9 at UNLV/vs. ISU 99 at UNLV 0 at UNLV 50 vs. Idaho State 228 at UNLV 3 at UNLV 1 Five times 11 vs. Idaho State 2 vs. Northern Arizona 10 vs. Northern Arizona 0 at PSU/vs. UCD 0 at PSU/vs. ISU/UCD

KICKOFFS

Individual

Team

High Rushes 60 Cal Poly Yards Rushing 283 EWU TD Rushes 6 EWU Pass Attempts 60 Northern Colo. Pass Completions 36 Northern Colo. Yards Passing 376 Northern Arizona TD Passes 5 Weber State Total Plays 81 Northern Colo. Total Offense 537 EWU Points 56 EWU Sacks By 6 Montana State First Downs 29 Montana Penalties 8 Cal Poly Penalty Yards 96 Cal Poly Turnovers 3 PSU/NAU Interceptions Thrown 2 PSU/NAU/NC * School Record

Kickoffs: 56 Touchbacks: 8 End Zone: 12 Out of Bounds: 0 Opponent Ret. (No.-Yds./Avg.): 48-845/17.6 Opponent Touchdowns: 0 Onside Kicks Att. (Recovered by SAC/Att.): 0/0

Low 14 Portland State -2 Portland State 0 Portland State 19 Cal Poly 12 Cal Poly 218 Cal Poly 0 Northern Colo. 62 UNLV/WSU 349 Montana State 14 Portland State 0 Northern Arizona 15 Portland State 2 UNLV 19 Portland State 0 Three times 0 Three times

KICKOFF RETURNS

Opponent Kickoffs: 64 Opponent Touchbacks: 7 End Zone: 9 Out of Bounds: 3 Returns (No.-Yds./Avg.): 48-1085/22.6 Touchdowns: 0 Onside Kicks Att. (Recovered by Opp./Att.): 1/5

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2010 SACRAMENTO STATE FOOTBALL 2009 REVIEW Sept. 5 • Boyd Stadium • Las Vegas, Nev.

Sept. 12 • Spanos Stadium • San Luis Obispo, Calif.

SACRAMENTO STATE 3 UNLV 38 LAS VEGAS, Nev. — UNLV scored on its first drive of the game and never trailed en route to a 38-3 win over Sacramento State at Sam Boyd Stadium. The Rebels used nine plays to cover 69 yards on the opening drive of the game. The drive was capped by a 1-yard run from Channing Trotter to give UNLV a 7-0 lead just 4:17 into the contest. A 39-yard field goal from Kyle Watson five minutes later put the team up 10-0 but from that point Sacramento State was able to keep the Rebels off the board for the remainder of the half. While the defense tightened up, the Hornet offense moved the ball behind a rushing attack of Evander Wilkins and Terrance Dailey who combined for nearly 100 yards in the first half. Sacramento State trimmed its deficit to 10-3 as time expired in the half. During the final drive, the Hornets used five plays to go 43 yards in just 41 seconds. The points came on a 44-yard field goal from junior Chris Diniz who hit the ball well into the gusting winds. UNLV tacked on a second touchdown from Trotter with 4:43 to play in the third quarter, stopping a scoring drought which lasted 25 minutes, 42 seconds. Trotter completed his hat trick with a third short score early in the fourth quarter to give his team a 24-3 edge with 12:33 to play. Individually, Dailey led all Hornets with 101 rushing yards for his first game as a Hornet over the century mark. Wilkins added 43 yards. Smith finished the night 8-of-17 for 85 yards and an interception, while Brandyn Reed led the team with 32 receiving yards. UNLV was received 102 rushing yards from Trotter and gained 216 as a team. Clayton was an efficient 13-of-17 for 213 yards with a touchdown. All-American receiver Ryan Wolfe had five catches for 67 yards. Safeties Deionte Gordon and Zach Schrader each had 13 tackles to lead all players. Starr Fuimano and Ronnie Paulo had 11 stops for the Rebels. SCORE BY QUARTERS Sacramento State (0-1) UNLV (1-0)

1 0 10

2 3 0

3 0 7

4 0 21

FINAL 3 38

SCORING SUMMARY First Quarter 10:43 - UNLV - Trotter 1 yd run (Watson kick) 5:25 - UNLV - Watson 39 yd field goal Second Quarter 0:00 - SAC - Diniz 44 yd field goal Third Quarter 4:23 - UNLV - Trotter 1 yd run (Watson kick) Fourth Quarter 12:33 - UNLV - Trotter 1 yd run (Watson kick) 6:53 - UNLV - Anthony 55 yd pass from Clayton (Watson kick) 1:06 - UNLV - Clausen 4 yd run (Watson kick) TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING COMPLETTIONS-ATTEMPTS-INT. TOTAL OFFENSE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-YARDS PUNTS-YARDS PUNT RETURNS-YARDS KICKOFF RETURNS-YARDS INTERCEPTIONS-YARDS FUMBLE RETURNS-YARDS POSSESSION TIME THIRD DOWN CONVERSIONS FOURTH DOWN CONVERSIONS RED ZONE SCORES-CHANCES SACKS BY-YARDS

72

SAC UNLV 12 21 36-129 41-216 108 137 9-19-1 17-21-0 55-228 62-466 0-0 1-0 5-38 2-30 7-276 3-135 2-4 3-26 5-85 1-31 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 29:38 30:22 5-13 5-9 0-1 0-0 0-0 5-5 2-14 1-14

RUSHING: SAC: Dailey 19-101; Wilkins 12-43; Loeliger 1-2; Bethel-Thompson 1-1; Smith 3-(-18). UNLV: Trotter 16-102, 3 TD; Saint Preux 1-40; Clayton 5-20; Johnson 4-19; Clausen 6-13, TD; Brogdon 2-7; Thompson 2-7; Wolfe 1-5; Cox 4-3. PASSING: SAC: Smith 8-17-1-85-0; Bethel-Thompson 1-2-0-14-0. RECEIVING: SAC: Wilkins 3-23; Hendershott 2-20; Krebs 2-4; Reed 1-32; Lane 1-20. UNLV: Wolfe 5-67; Payne 4-55; Anthony 2-73, TD; Robinson 1-18; Cox 1-12; Saint Preux 1-9; Barefield 1-8; Watkins 1-7; Trotter 1-1. INTERCEPTIONS: SAC: None. UNLV: Taumua 1-0. TACKLE LEADERS: SAC: Gordon 8-5-13; Schrader 6-7-13; Oliver 4-4-8. UNLV: Fuimaono 6-5-11; Paulo 6-5-11; Beauchamp 3-4-7. SACKS: SAC: White 1-10; Shinar 1-4. UNLV: Fuimaono 1-14. ATTENDANCE: 22,195

SACRAMENTO STATE 19 CAL POLY 38 SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. — Any questions about whether Cal Poly could reload its national leading offense were answered as the 12thranked Mustangs defeated Sacramento State, 38-19. After forcing a three-and-out to start the contest, Cal Poly drove 51 yards on seven plays to take a 7-0 lead on a 1-yard run from quarterback Tony Smith. Sacramento State answered with a 29-yard field goal from Chris Diniz only to have the Mustangs match the points with a 24-yard field goal to start the second quarter. A fumble gave the ball to Cal Poly at the Hornet 42-yard line and it needed just two plays to find the end zone as Smith found Jarred Houston for a 41-yard reception. Diniz made his third field goal of the season to make the score 17-6 and the Hornets then closed within six when Jason Smith completed back-to-back long passes for the team’s first touchdown of the year. The first pass was a 46-yard strike to Brandyn Reed down the middle of the field. That play set up a 23-yard over-the-shoulder catch by Brett Willis in the left side of the end zone for his first career TD. All momentum was lost, however, when Tony Smith hooked up with fullback Jon Hall for a 52-yard touchdown pass down the center of the Hornet defense. The Mustang offense continued its assault with two touchdowns in the third quarter. Cal Poly had the ball for 12:18 of the period on just two drives and compiled 165 yards of offense. The first touchdown came on a 6-yard pass to Mike Anderson while Jaymes Thierry rushed 1 yard for the second. The only points of the fourth quarter came with nine seconds left when Sam McCowan scored his first career TD from 1-yard out. SCORE BY QUARTERS Sacramento State (0-2) Cal Poly (1-0)

1 3 7

2 9 17

3 0 14

4 7 0

FINAL 19 38

SCORING SUMMARY First Quarter 10:34 - CP - Smith 1 yd run (Pinto kick) 4:53 - SAC - Diniz 29 yd field goal Second Quarter 14:07 - CP - Pinto 24 yd field goal 12:31 - CP - Houston 41 yd pass fro Smith (Pinto kick) 8:05 - SAC - Diniz 41 yd field goal 1:59 - SAC - B. Willis 23 yd pass from Smith (kick failed) 0:34 - CP - Hall 52 yd pass from Smith (West kick) Third Quarter 9:12 - CP - Anderson 6 yd pass from Smith (Pinto kick) 1:11 - CP - Thierry 1 yd run (Pinto kick) Fourth Quarter 0:09 - SAC - McCowan 1 yd run (Diniz kick) TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING COMPLETTIONS-ATTEMPTS-INT. TOTAL OFFENSE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-YARDS PUNTS-YARDS PUNT RETURNS-YARDS KICKOFF RETURNS-YARDS INTERCEPTIONS-YARDS FUMBLE RETURNS-YARDS POSSESSION TIME THIRD DOWN CONVERSIONS FOURTH DOWN CONVERSIONS RED ZONE SCORES-CHANCES SACKS BY-YARDS

SAC CP 16 23 24-42 60-258 246 218 19-34-3 12-19-0 58-288 79-476 2-1 0-0 6-35 8-96 4-108 3-83 0-0 1-9 6-109 5-74 0-0 3-45 0-0 0-0 23:21 36:39 4-12 4-14 0-1 4-6 2-3 4-4 1-7 1-9

RUSHING: SAC: Wilkins 8-31; McCowan 6-20, TD; Dailey 6-9; Loeliger 6-9; Smith 3-(-16). CP: Smith 20-92, TD; Hall 9-58; Yocym 9-53; Thierry 6-26, TD; Romanelli 7-17; Grayson 3-15; Mahr 1-1; Broadous 4-(-2). PASSING: SAC: Smith 16-30-2-217-1; Bethel-Thompson 3-4-1-29-0. CP: Smith 12-19-0-218-3. RECEIVING: SAC: Hendershott 6-86; Reed 4-70; B. Willis 4-52, TD; Wilkins 2-17; B. Heath 1-9; Lane 1-7; Richardson 1-5. CP: Johnson 4-6; Hall 2-58, TD; Houston 2-49, TD; Gardley 1-21; Yocum 1-13; Thierry 1-10; Anderson 1-6. TD INTERCEPTIONS: SAC: None. CP: Cordier 1-23; K. Jackson 1-22. TACKLE LEADERS: SAC: Schrader 6-3-9; Johnson 4-5-9; Shinar4-59; Brown 7-1-8; Pereira 1-7-8. CP: Gardner 5-1-6; Mohamed 4-2-6; Francis 4-2-6. SACKS: SAC: Moore 0.5-4; Nash 0.5-3. CP: Gillespie 1-9. ATTENDANCE: 10,381

Sept. 26 • Hornet Stadium • Sacramento, Calif.

EASTERN WASH. 56 SACRAMENTO STATE 30 SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Jason Smith threw for a season high 320 yards and Brandyn Reed caught eight passes for 141 yards but it was not enough as #19 Eastern Washington downed Sacramento State, 56-30, in front of 10,175 fans at Hornet Stadium. EWU jumped to a quick 14-0 lead behind touchdowns from Taiwan Jones and Nathan Overbay. A 30-yard field goal from Chris Diniz put the Hornets on the board but their deficit continued to grow as Jones scored from 37-yards out. Sacramento State bounced back when Reed caught his first score of the year with a 14-yard strike. Jones added a third touchdown before the half and the Eagles led 35-7 at the break. Sacramento State came out of the locker room and used a 14-play, 75-yard drive to trim its deficit. Sam McCowan scored from six yards out before Jarred Pereira forced a fumble to give the ball back to the Hornets. Smith and Reed hooked up for a 48-yard completion which ended at the 1-yard line and McCowan pulled the Hornets within 12, 35-23, with 5:17 to play in the third quarter. EWU seized momentum back with an 18-yard rushing score from Tyler Hart and a 33-yard interception return from Matt Johnson. The final Hornet points of the night came on a 12-yard run from Evander Wilkins. Despite the score differential, EWU only outgained Sacramento State by 100 yards (537-437). Jones rushing total (190) was the most against Sacramento State since Bruce Mollock rushed for 201 for Montana State on Nov. 1, 2003. SCORE BY QUARTERS Eastern Wash. (3-1, 2-0) Sacramento State (0-3, 0-1)

1 7 0

2 28 9

3 14 21

4 7 0

FINAL 56 30

SCORING SUMMARY First Quarter 11:06 - EWU - Jones 12 yd run (Jarrett kick) Second Quarter 14:51 - EWU - Overbay 2 yd pass from Nichols (Jarrett kick) 9:56 - SAC - Diniz 30 yd field goal 8:19 - EWU - Jones 37 yd run (Jarrett kick) 6:45 - SAC - Reed 14 yd pass from Smith (kick blocked) 3:09 - EWU - Nichols 1 yd run (Jarrett kick) 0:13 - EWU - Jones 7 yd run (Jarrett kick) Third Quarter 8:18 - SAC - McCowan 6 yd run (Diniz kick) 5:17 - SAC - McCowan 1 yd run (Diniz kick) 3:41 - EWU - Hart 18 yd run (Jarrett kick) 2:51 - EWU - Johnson 33 yd interception return (Jarrett kick) 1:48 - SAC - Wilkins 12 yd run (Diniz kick) Fourth Quarter 11:09 - EWU - Jones 38 yd run (Jarrett kick) TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING COMPLETTIONS-ATTEMPTS-INT. TOTAL OFFENSE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-YARDS PUNTS-YARDS PUNT RETURNS-YARDS KICKOFF RETURNS-YARDS INTERCEPTIONS-YARDS FUMBLE RETURNS-YARDS POSSESSION TIME THIRD DOWN CONVERSIONS FOURTH DOWN CONVERSIONS RED ZONE SCORES-CHANCES SACKS BY-YARDS

EWU SAC 28 22 39-283 32-117 254 320 19-29-0 26-34-1 68-537 66-437 3-1 4-3 7-50 8-80 3-128 2-74 3-128 2-74 6-132 5-169 1-33 0-0 1-11 0-0 29:51 30:09 10-14 6-11 0-0 0-1 5-6 5-6 3-23 1-4

RUSHING: EWU: Jones 15-190, 4 TD; Hart 9-46, TD; Beaumonte 7-25; King 3-13; Nichols 4-6; Boyce 1-3. SAC: Wilkins 13-57, TD; McCowan 7-37; Dailey 5-32; Smith 6-(-8). PASSING: EWU: Nichols 18-28-0-255-1; Minnerly 1-1-0-(-1)-0. SAC: Smith 26-34-1-320-1. RECEIVING: EWU: Boyce 5-85; Hart 4-40; Davis 3-44; Overbay 3-22, TD; Gant 1-39; Jones 1-20; Kaufman 1-5; Beaumonte 1-(-1). SAC: Reed 8-141, TD; Lane 6-53; Richardson 3-25; Wilkins 3-8; Krebs 2-41; Hendershott 2-21; B. Heath 1-19; McCowan 1-12. INTERCEPTIONS: EWU: Johnson 1-33, TD. SAC: None. TACKLE LEADERS: EWU: Sherritt 10-5-15; Hatch 5-2-7; Hosley 4-37. SAC: Schrader 5-9-14; Buck 1-7-8; Gordon 4-2-6. SACKS: EWU: Jacobson 1.5-13; Williams 1-7; Ceja 0.5-3. SAC: Moore 1-4. ATTENDANCE: 10,175

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2010 SACRAMENTO STATE FOOTBALL 2009 REVIEW Oct. 3 • PGE Park • Portland, Ore.

Oct. 10 • Hornet Stadium • Sacramento, Calif.

SACRAMENTO STATE 31 PORTLAND STATE 14 PORTLAND, Ore. — For the first time since 1985, Sacramento State walked out of PGE Park victorious after claiming a 31-14 victory over Portland State. The Hornets won in Portland for just the third time in school history and claimed their first win in the Rose City since before any of the players on the current roster were born. Jason Smith threw for 256 yards and three touchdowns, Terrance Dailey rushed for 111 yards and a score, and John Hendershott brought in 117 receiving yards to spark the offense. The defense also did its part, forcing three turnovers and limiting the Viking ground game to minus-2 rushing yards. Things started well for the Hornets from the opening drive. The defense forced a 3-and-out to get things going and the offense followed with a 13-play, 52-yard drive which ended with a 15-yard pass to Brett Willis midway through the first quarter. After PSU posted consecutive field goals, the Hornets went back to the fade route as Smith found Dylan Lane for the first of his two touchdowns with 57 seconds left in the first half. Sacramento State dominated the second half, scoring the first 17 points and keeping PSU off the board for the opening 27 minutes. The Hornets’ first score of the third quarter came on a 5-yard pass to Lane with 11:22 showing. Dailey then added his first touchdown as a Hornet with a 2-yard run eight minutes later. Sacramento State sealed the game with a 27-yard field goal from Chris Diniz with 5:44 left to increase its lead to 31-6. Portland State’s lone touchdown of the contest came with 3:00 remaining when Nevin Lewis made a great shoe-top catch on a pass from Drew Hubel. Aaron Woods then caught the two-point conversion to end the scoring. Punter Augie Heath was named the Big Sky Special Teams Player of the Week for his effort against the Vikings. Heath averaged 43.0 yards per punt on his seven attempts and had five punts stopped inside the 20-yard line. SCORE BY QUARTERS Sacramento State (1-3, 1-1) Portland State (1-4, 0-3)

1 7 3

2 7 3

3 14 0

4 3 8

FINAL 31 14

SCORING SUMMARY First Quarter 8:57 - SAC - B. Willis 15 yd pass from Smith (Diniz kick) 4:35 - PSU - Brown 36 yd field goal Second Quarter 14:04 - PSU - Brown 38 yd field goal 0:57 - SAC - Lane 9 yd pass from Smith (Diniz kick) Third Quarter 11:22 - SAC - Lane 5 yd pass from Smith (Diniz kick) 3:55 - SAC - Dailey 2 yd run (Diniz kick) Fourth Quarter 5:44 - SAC - Diniz 27 yd field goal 3:00 - PSU - Lewis 22 yd pass from Hubel (Woods from Hubel) TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING COMPLETTIONS-ATTEMPTS-INT. TOTAL OFFENSE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-YARDS PUNTS-YARDS PUNT RETURNS-YARDS KICKOFF RETURNS-YARDS INTERCEPTIONS-YARDS FUMBLE RETURNS-YARDS POSSESSION TIME THIRD DOWN CONVERSIONS FOURTH DOWN CONVERSIONS RED ZONE SCORES-CHANCES SACKS BY-YARDS

SAC PSU 20 15 48-142 14-(-2) 256 370 17-29-0 31-50-2 77-398 64-368 1-0 2-1 3-20 4-19 7-301 6-232 1-1 2-31 2-39 6-125 2-19 0-0 0-0 0-0 34:46 25:14 8-18 5-14 0-1 0-0 4-4 0-0 4-20 1-6

RUSHING: SAC: Dailey 34-111, TD; McCowan 9-41; Smith 2-(-6). PSU: Bowen 7-13; Okotcha 2-9; Hubel 5-(-24). PASSING: SAC: Smith 17-29-0-256-3. PSU: Hubel 31-50-2-370-1. RECEIVING: SAC: Lane 7-73, 2 TD; Hendershott 5-117; Fletcher 1-29; Richardson 1-17; B. Willis 1-15, TD; B. Heath 1-3; McCowan 1-2. INTERCEPTIONS: SAC: Schrader 1-22; M. Smith 1-(-3). PSU: None. TACKLE LEADERS: SAC: Jones 7-0-7; Buck 5-2-7; Schrader 5-1-6. PSU: Worthen 5-4-9; E. Pedersen 2-6-8; Matagiese 5-2-7; R. Pedersen 5-2-7. SACKS: SAC: Clark 3-18; Moore 1-2. PSU: Matagiese 1-6. ATTENDANCE: 5,037

IDAHO STATE 17 SACRAMENTO STATE 38 SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Terrance Dailey rushed for a career high 178 yards and a touchdown and Durrell Oliver and Marquese Smith each returned an interception for a touchdown to help Sacramento State to a 38-17 Homecoming game victory over Idaho State. On paper, Idaho State dominated play, holding possession for 37:25 minutes of the game to the Hornets 22:35. The Bengals also doubled Sacramento State’s first downs (22-11) and outgained the Hornets (368-335). However, Sacramento State capitalized on four ISU turnovers and had three offensive plays of 40 yards or more. The Hornets wasted little time getting on the board, scoring on a 42-yard run from Dailey 2:22 into the game. The Bengals then tied the contest on their opening possession when Russel Hill found Andrew Benavides for a 4-yard strike. Jarrett Huk made a 35-yard field goal to give ISU a 10-7 lead midway through the quarter. From that point, Sacramento State scored the next 31 points of the game. Chris Diniz knotted the score at 10-10 with a 30-yard field goal. A 69-yard run by Dailey set up a 5-yard pass from Jason Smith to Brandyn Reed before the defensive outburst began. On the ensuing drive, Oliver intercepted Hill on the right sideline and took it into the end zone for his first career score to make the score, 24-10. After the kickoff, Idaho State drove to the Hornet 22yard line before Marquese Smith picked off Hill and went up the left sideline for an 87-yard return with 12 seconds left in the half. Sacramento State capped its scoring with a 54-yard pass from Jason Smith to Dylan Lane with 6:48 to play in the third quarter. Dailey became the latest Hornet to post big numbers against the Bengals. Over the last three meetings, Sacramento State has rushed for 828 yards, including 227 on Saturday. Dailey’s total of 178 marked his third 100-yard game of the season and was the best outing by a Hornet since Bryan Hilliard tallied 271 at Idaho State last season. SCORE BY QUARTERS Idaho State (0-6, 0-3) Sacramento State (2-3, 2-1)

1 10 10

2 0 21

3 7 7

4 0 0

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Oct. 17 • Stewart Stadium • Ogden, Utah

SACRAMENTO STATE 10 WEBER STATE 49 OGDEN, Utah — Tim Toone scored three touchdowns in the first half and finished with four in the game and Cameron Higgins threw five TDs to lead 15th-ranked Weber State to a 49-10 win over Sacramento State at Stewart Stadium. Toone needed just six touches in the opening two quarters to score his first three touchdowns. He scored the first points of the game with a 25-yard reception from Higgins. On Weber State’s next drive, Toone pulled in a 52-yard pass on 3rd-and-19 which set up a 3-yard reception from Joe Collins to make the score, 14-0, early in the second quarter. The biggest play of the game came with 8:08 showing when Toone was driven back to his own 5-yard line on an Augie Heath punt. He opted to return the punt and was nearly untouched on his way to a Big Sky record 95-yard punt return for touchdown. Sacramento State responded with a 13-play, 80-yard drive which was capped by a 12-yard pass from Jason Smith to Brian Heath for his first as a Hornet. Any momentum the Hornets had was lost when WSU returned the kickoff into Sacramento State territory. The Wildcats added to their lead with a 30-yard strike from Higgins to Mike Phillips with 45 seconds left. WSU then intercepted Smith and scored two plays later when Toone caught a 5-yard touchdown against the sideline. Toone added his fourth TD on a 6-yard reception late in the third quarter. Freshman Bo Bolen contributed to the total with an 11-yard TD run with 10:39 left in the game. Smith was 14-of-25 for 137 yards with a score and an interception before giving way to McLeod Bethel-Thompson late in the third quarter. Terrance Dailey just missed another 100-yard game finishing with 96 yards on 22 carries. SCORE BY QUARTERS Sacramento State (2-4, 2-2) Weber State (4-3, 4-1)

1 0 7

2 7 28

3 0 7

4 3 7

SCORING SUMMARY First Quarter 12:38 - SAC - Dailey 42 yd run (Diniz kick) 8:51 - ISU - Benavides 4 yd pass from Hill (Huk kick) 6:25 - ISU - Huk 35 yd field goal 1:43 - SAC - Diniz 30 yd field goal Second Quarter 7:50 - SAC - Reed 5 yd pass from Smith (Diniz kick) 6:56 - SAC - Oliver 37 yd interception return (Diniz kick) 0:12 - SAC - M. Smith 83 yd interception return (Diniz kick) Third Quarter 6:48 - SAC - Lane 54 yd pass from Smith (Diniz kick) 2:58 - ISU - Morgan 1 yd run (Huk kick)

SCORING SUMMARY First Quarter 8:27 - WSU - Toone 25 yd pass from Higgins (Snoy kick) Second Quarter 14:14 - WSU - Collins 3 yd pass from Higgins (Snoy kick) 8:08 - WSU - Toone 95 yd punt return (Snoy kick) 2:00 - SAC - B. Heath 12 yd pass from Smith (Diniz kick) 0:45 - WSU - Phillips 30 yd pass from Higgins (Snoy kick) 0:13 - WSU - Toone 5 yd pass from Higgins (Snoy kick) Third Quarter 4:18 - WSU - Toone 8 yd pass from Higgins (Snoy kick) Fourth Quarter 10:39 - WSU - Bolen 11 yd run (Snoy kick) 0:21 - SAC - Diniz 26 yd field goal

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TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING COMPLETTIONS-ATTEMPTS-INT. TOTAL OFFENSE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-YARDS PUNTS-YARDS PUNT RETURNS-YARDS KICKOFF RETURNS-YARDS INTERCEPTIONS-YARDS FUMBLE RETURNS-YARDS POSSESSION TIME THIRD DOWN CONVERSIONS FOURTH DOWN CONVERSIONS RED ZONE SCORES-CHANCES SACKS BY-YARDS

ISU SAC 22 11 31-110 31-227 258 108 30-52-3 9-19-0 83-368 50-335 1-1 3-3 7-65 8-70 4-130 5-176 3-34 1-1 7-103 3-81 0-0 3-130 0-0 0-0 37:25 22:35 4-16 4-11 0-2 0-0 3-4 2-3 0-0 2-12

RUSHING: ISU: Knickrehm 19-77; Benavides 2-23; Tracy 2-10; Ponciano 1-8; Morgan 3-2, TD; Hill 3-(-9). SAC: Dailey 13-178, TD; McCowan 15-52; Smith 1-1. PASSING: ISU: Hill 30-52-3-258-1. SAC: Smith 9-19-0-108-2. RECEIVING: ISU: Ponciano 8-95; Taylor 6-51; Benavides 6-44, TD; Knickrehm 4-19; Krosch 3-26; Senegal 1-9; Ward 1-9; J. Hill 1-5. SAC: Lane 3-65, TD; Hendershott 2-23; Reed 2-11, TD; Richardson 1-5; Dailey 1-4. INTERCEPTIONS: ISU: None. SAC: M. Smith 1-83, TD; Oliver 1-37, TD. TACKLE LEADERS: ISU: Storms 2-5-7; Holmesly 4-2-6; Tew 3-3-6; Arias 1-5-6. SAC: Schrader 6-7-13; Coleman 5-8-13; Johnson 3-8-11. SACKS: ISU: None. SAC: White 1-6; Clark 1-6. ATTENDANCE: 9,883

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SAC WSU 21 20 37-111 28-93 205 305 18-37-1 26-34-0 74-316 62-398 2-1 0-0 6-53 6-68 7-285 4-180 1-12 2-109 6-106 2-52 0-0 1-31 0-0 0-0 34:22 25:38 6-16 8-14 2-2 1-1 2-3 4-4 1-1 2-12

RUSHING: SAC: Dailey 22-96; McCowan 8-11; Smith 3-2; BethelThompson 3-2. WSU: Smith 18-56; Hoke 5-21; Bolen 2-12, TD; Hancock 1-4; Higgins 2-0. PASSING: SAC: Smith 14-25-1-137-1; Bethel-Thompson 4-12-0-680. WSU: Higgins 23-30-0-290-5; Hoke 3-4-0-15-0. RECEIVING: SAC: McCowan 3-31; Hendershott 3-24; B. Heath 3-23, TD; Lane 3-21; Richardson 2-35; Reed 2-28; Krebs 1-22; Larson 1-21. WSU: Toone 8-154, 3 TD; Collins 6-36, TD; Smith 4-26; Bolen 3-19; Phillips 2-40, TD; Kaimikaua 1-15; Halfhill 1-11; Francisco 1-4. INTERCEPTIONS: SAC: None. WSU: Brown 1-31. TACKLE LEADERS: SAC: Buck 7-2-9; Schrader 4-5-9; Gordon 5-2-7. WSU: Brown 3-6-9; Sedillo 3-4-7; Webb 3-2-5. SACKS: SAC: Buck 1-1. WSU: Halverson 1-7; Linehan 1-5. ATTENDANCE: 8,218

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2010 SACRAMENTO STATE FOOTBALL 2009 REVIEW Oct. 24 • Hornet Stadium • Sacramento, Calif.

MONTANA 45 SACRAMENTO STATE 30 SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Sacramento State and No. 2 Montana battled in an old-fashioned Big Sky shootout which was eventually won by the Grizzlies, 45-30, at Hornet Stadium. The two teams combined for 914 yards and 10 touchdowns, three lead changes, two 100-yard rushers (Thomas Brooks-Fletcher, Chase Reynolds) and a 300-yard passer (Jason Smith). Montana took the initial lead with an 18-yard pass from Andrew Selle to Marc Mariani. The Hornets answered back when Terrance Dailey tied the score with a 3-yard TD run. Sacramento State took its first lead 47 seconds into the second quarter when Smith found John Hendershott on a 25-yard pass up the left sideline. From that point, Montana used three TDs from Reynolds to take control of the game. The first score came from 2-yards out with 6:34 showing in the second quarter. The Grizzlies then recovered an onside kick which set up Reynolds for a 1-yard score. In the second half, special teams again played a large role in the game as Mariani returned a punt to the Hornet 5-yard line. Reynolds scored one play later to make the score 28-14. Sacramento State rallied with an 18-yard pass from Smith to Hendershott to get back within seven. A fake field goal kept UM’s next drive alive and Brooks-Fletcher capped the drive with a 17-yard dash around the left end for the final points of the third quarter. A 38-yard field goal from Brody McKnight gave Montana its largest lead (38-21) before Brett Willis hauled in a 28-yard TD pass. Jabin Sambrano dashed any comeback hopes with a 57-yard catch and run off of a screen from Justin Roper. SCORE BY QUARTERS Montana (7-0, 4-0) Sacramento State (2-5, 2-3)

1 7 7

2 14 7

3 14 7

4 10 9

FINAL 45 30

SCORING SUMMARY First Quarter 8:19 - UM - Mariani 18 yd pass from Selle (McKnight kick) 4:49 - SAC - Dailey 3 yd run (Diniz kick) Second Quarter 14:13 - SAC - Hendershott 25 yd pass from Smith (Diniz kick) 6:34 - UM - Reynolds 2 yd run (McKnight kick) 2:06 - UM - Reynolds 1 yd run (McKnight kick) Third Quarter 9:32 - UM - Reynolds 5 yd run (McKnight kick) 5:52 - SAC - Hendershott 18 yd pass from Smith (Diniz kick) 1:07 - UM - Brooks-Fletcher 17 yd run (McKnight kick) Fourth Quarter 8:04 - UM - McKnight 38 yd field goal 5:06 - SAC - B. Willis 28 yd pass from Smith (Diniz kick) 3:35 - UM - Sambrano 57 yd pass from Roper (McKnight kick) 0:53 - SAC - Team safety TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING COMPLETTIONS-ATTEMPTS-INT. TOTAL OFFENSE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-YARDS PUNTS-YARDS PUNT RETURNS-YARDS KICKOFF RETURNS-YARDS INTERCEPTIONS-YARDS FUMBLE RETURNS-YARDS POSSESSION TIME THIRD DOWN CONVERSIONS FOURTH DOWN CONVERSIONS RED ZONE SCORES-CHANCES SACKS BY-YARDS

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UM SAC 29 26 51-235 30-120 236 323 18-26-1 31-46-2 77-471 76-443 2-0 2-1 6-42 4-59 3-132 4-162 1-54 1-3 4-58 7-134 2-17 1-12 0-0 0-0 31:46 28:14 7-13 6-14 1-1 2-3 5-5 2-3 2-8 2-20

RUSHING: UM: Brooks-Fletcher 22-133, TD; Reynolds 20-112, 3 TD; Larson 1-14; Moore 1-0; Nguyen 1-0; Selle 3-(-9); Roper 2-(-13). SAC: Dailey 19-90, TD; McCowan 7-35; Smith 4-(-5). PASSING: UM: Selle 9-15-0-109-1; Roper 9-11-1-127-1. SAC: Smith 31-46-2-323-3. RECEIVING: UM: Sambrano 4-114, TD; Mariani 4-36, TD; Pfahler 2-21; Gratton 2-18; Beaudin, 2-15; Palmer 1-14; Reynolds 1-8; Brooks-Fletcher 1-5; Overton 1-5. SAC: Reed 10-111; Lane 6-54; Hendershott 4-63, 2 TD; McCowan 4-27; Richardson 2-22; Larson 2-8; B. Willis 1-28, TD; B. Heath 1-8; Lavey 1-2. INTERCEPTIONS: UM: McSurdy 1-17. SAC: Schrader 1-12. TACKLE LEADERS: UM: Lisowski 6-1-7; Lebsock 3-4-7; Dodson 4-26. SAC: Buck 6-12-18; Schrader 2-8-10; Warner 2-8-10. SACKS: UM: Hobbs 1-5; Palmer 1-3. SAC: Moore 1-13; Clark 1-7. ATTENDANCE: 7,629

Oct. 31 • Hornet Stadium • Sacramento, Calif.

NORTHERN ARIZONA 24 SACRAMENTO STATE 27 SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Sacramento State used a trick and took advantage of some treats in all three facets of the game en route to a 27-24 win over No. 21 Northern Arizona, on Halloween at Hornet Stadium. The win was the first over a ranked opponent since bettering No. 17 Montana State on Nov. 6, 2004. The Hornets used a trick play on a fake punt from Augie Heath in the first half to set up its first score and then relied on the play of Sam McCowan and Christian Clark. McCowan carried the ball 27 times for 130 yards and a touchdown. Clark recorded a school record four sacks for a combined loss of 30 yards. The Hornets also had their best special teams day of the year as McCowan had a 62-yard kickoff return and Heath placed four punts inside the 20-yard line. Sacramento State trailed 24-17 at halftime due in part to three first half turnovers which led to 17 Lumberjack points. The Hornets tied the game on their first drive of the second half with a 23-yard field goal from Chris Diniz. The team took the lead for good when Jason Smith snuck over the goal line on fourth-and-goal from the 1-yard line with 2:09 to play in the third. In the fourth quarter, the Sacramento State defense responded with two interceptions and then held on the final drive to preserve the win. Durrell Oliver grabbed the first pick to stop an NAU drive in Hornet territory and Zach Schrader pulled in his third of the year on the next drive. Prior to the game, NAU quarterback Michael Herrick had only been intercepted three times this season and had gone 175 attempts without an interception before Oliver’s grab. Clark’s day included eight total tackles which tied his career high and a career best six solos. His four sacks broke the school’s Div. I-AA/FCS era record of 3.5 which was held set by Tyson Butler in 2005. SCORE BY QUARTERS Northern Arizona (5-3, 4-2) Sacramento State (3-5, 3-3)

1 7 10

2 17 7

3 0 10

4 0 0

FINAL 24 27

SCORING SUMMARY First Quarter 10:57 - NAU - Meadows 30 yd pass from Herrick (Myers kick) 6:07 - SAC - Reed 42 yd pass from Smith (Diniz kick) 2:50 - SAC - Diniz 22 yd field goal Second Quarter 11:58 - SAC - McCowan 6 yd run (Diniz kick) 7:03 - NAU - Henderson 2 yd run (Myers kick) 4:50 - NAU - Shanks 52 yd pass from Herrick (Myers kick) 0:00 - NAU - Myers 31 yd field goal Third Quarter 7:51 - SAC - Diniz 23 yd field goal 2:09 - SAC - Smith 1 yd run (Diniz kick) TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING COMPLETTIONS-ATTEMPTS-INT. TOTAL OFFENSE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-YARDS PUNTS-YARDS PUNT RETURNS-YARDS KICKOFF RETURNS-YARDS INTERCEPTIONS-YARDS FUMBLE RETURNS-YARDS POSSESSION TIME THIRD DOWN CONVERSIONS FOURTH DOWN CONVERSIONS RED ZONE SCORES-CHANCES SACKS BY-YARDS

NAU SAC 23 15 32-84 35-153 376 210 31-44-2 14-31-2 76-760 66-363 2-1 1-1 6-38 2-10 6-245 5-208 0-0 2-18 5-70 3-121 2-15 2-30 0-0 0-0 30:40 29:20 5-14 4-15 1-1 3-3 1-1 3-3 0-0 5-35

RUSHING: NAU: Henderson 24-98, TD; Shanks 2-4; Herrick 6-(-18). SAC: McCowan 27-130, TD; A. Heath 1-18; Badger 3-4; Smith 4-1. PASSING: NAU: Herrick 31-44-2-376-2. SAC: Smith 14-30-2-2101; Richardson 0-1-1-0-0. RECEIVING: NAU: Meadows 8-97, TD; Berry 6-71; Shanks 5-70, TD; Sweeney 4-71; Curry-Chapman 4-23; Henderson 2-12; Fitzpatrick 1-19; Czyz 1-13. SAC: Hendershott 5-106; Reed 5-85, TD; Lane 2-11; McCowan 2-8. INTERCEPTIONS: NAU: McNally 1-15. SAC: Schrader 1-20; Oliver 1-10. TACKLE LEADERS: NAU: Estrada 5-7-12; Julio 2-5-7; Hansler 2-4-6; Thomas 2-4-6. SAC: Brown 8-2-10; Buck 3-7-10; Nash 6-2-8; Clark 6-2-8. SACKS: NAU: None. SAC: Clark 4-30; Nash 1-5. ATTENDANCE: 4,862

Nov. 7 • Nottingham Field • Greeley, Colo.

SACRAMENTO STATE 38 NORTHERN COLO. 35 GREELEY, Colo. — Sacramento State jumped to a 31-0 lead but was forced to hold on in the second half for a 38-35 victory over Northern Colorado at Nottingham Field. In a game of firsts, Jon Krebs and Jeff Badger each scored their first career touchdowns while Ronald Richardson also passed for his first. McLeod Bethel-Thompson also threw for his first touchdown this season, Jake Croxdale rushed for his first touchdowns and Deionte Gordon grabbed his initial interception of 2009. Bethel-Thompson earned his first start of the season and responded with 133 yards on 13-of-22 attempts. Croxdale also made his debut in the starting lineup and posted his second career 100-yard game with 107 yards. The Hornet defense also excelled early, shutting out the Bears in the first half. As a team, Sacramento State stretched its scoreless streak to 63 minutes, 16 seconds. Sacramento State took a 10-0 lead in the first quarter behind a 34-yard Chris Diniz field goal and a 48-yard pass from Richardson to Brandyn Reed. The lead moved to 31-0 at the half as Croxdale scored twice and Krebs caught a 5-yard TD. Momentum swung to NC in the second half as the Bears outscored Sacramento State, 35-7. Bryan Waggener rushed him from 13 yards out to start the streak. Badger then found the end zone for the first time as a Hornet with a 1-yard run midway through the third. From that point, the Bears Andre Harris scored on a 1-yard rush late in the third, Waggener rushed for a 1-yard TD early in the fourth, Harris scored from 2-yards out with 5:47 left and John Burnley plunged in from the 2 with 35 seconds remaining. SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 Sacramento State (4-5, 4-3) 10 Northern Colorado (3-7, 1-6) 0

2 21 0

3 7 14

4 0 21

FINAL 38 35

SCORING SUMMARY First Quarter 3:10 - SAC - Diniz 34 yd field goal 1:20 - SAC - Reed 48 yd pass from Richardson (Diniz kick) Second Quarter 7:49 - SAC - Croxdale 4 yd run (Diniz kick) 3:44 - SAC - Krebs 5 yd pass from Bethel-Thompson (Diniz kick) 0:31 - SAC - Croxdale 2 yd run (Diniz kick) Third Quarter 11:44 - NC - Waggener 13 yd run (York kick) 6:39 - SAC - Badger 1 yd run (Diniz kick) 4:07 - NC - Harris 1 yd run (York kick) Fourth Quarter 11:13 - NC - Waggener 1 yd run (kick failed) 5:47 - NC - Harris 2 yd run (Harris rush) 0:35 - NC - Burnley 2 yd run (York kick) TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING COMPLETTIONS-ATTEMPTS-INT. TOTAL OFFENSE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-YARDS PUNTS-YARDS PUNT RETURNS-YARDS KICKOFF RETURNS-YARDS INTERCEPTIONS-YARDS FUMBLE RETURNS-YARDS POSSESSION TIME THIRD DOWN CONVERSIONS FOURTH DOWN CONVERSIONS RED ZONE SCORES-CHANCES SACKS BY-YARDS

SAC NC 22 28 55-203 21-118 181 359 14-23-1 36-60-2 78-384 81-477 0-0 1-0 9-55 7-46 3-127 3-135 3-127 3-135 3-45 3-38 2-24 1-0 0-0 0-0 38:02 21:58 4-13 6-11 4-4 1-2 5-6 5-5 1-7 2-13

RUSHING: SAC: Croxdale 29-107, 2 TD; Badger 17-75, TD; BethelThompson 7-12; Lane 1-10. NC: Waggener 9-53, 2 TD; Harris 9-46, 2 TD; Robinson 1-10; Orms 1-7; Burnley 1-2, TD. PASSING: SAC: Bethel-Thompson 13-22-1-133-1; Richardson 1-1-048-1. NC: Waggener 35-58-2-325-0; Orms 1-1-0-34-0. RECEIVING: SAC: Reed 3-64, TD; B. Heath 3-49; Richardson 2-24; Croxdale 1-14; Hendershott 1-9; Willis 1-7; Krebs 1-5, TD; BethelThompson 1-2. NC: Thompson 11-110; Morris 7-102; Walker 7-61; Davis 4-46; Harris 4-15; McDonnell 1-15; Burnley 1-8; Sewell 1-2. INTERCEPTIONS: SAC: Schrader 1-24; Gordon 1-0. NC: Askey 1-0. TACKLE LEADERS: SAC: Schrader 7-7-14; Johnson 6-1-7; Gordon 4-3-7; White 4-3-7; Buck 3-3-6. NC: Eddy 8-7-15; Michon 4-6-10; King 4-4-8. SACKS: SAC: White 1-7. NC: Eddy 1-8; Holmes 1-5. ATTENDANCE: 2,464

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2010 SACRAMENTO STATE FOOTBALL 2009 REVIEW Nov. 14 • Bobcat Stadium • Bozeman, Mont.

Nov. 21 • Hornet Stadium • Sacramento, Calif.

SACRAMENTO STATE 17 MONTANA STATE 27 BOZEMAN, Mont. — The Sacramento State offense unleashed an arsenal of trick plays, but it was the Montana State defense which lived up to its hype in a 27-17 on a cold day at Bobcat victory. With the game tied 14-14 at the half, MSU took the lead for good on a 46-yard pass from Cody Kempt to Everett Gilbert 55 seconds into the third quarter. On the play, Gilbert caught a short pass on the right side of the field then cut back against the grain of the defense and broke down the left sideline for the score. Sacramento State trimmed the deficit with a career-best 52-yard field goal from Chris Diniz with 10:11 to play in the period, but those points proved to be the only tallies scored by the Hornets in the half. Montana State stretched its lead with a 23-yard field goal early in the fourth and put the game away with a 47-yarder with 2:22 showing. Sacramento State scored the game’s first points when Brandyn Reed caught a McLeod Bethel-Thompson pass at the 10-yard line and ran the rest of the way for a 39-yard score. The Bobcats answered quickly with a 7-yard pass to Gilbert and took its first lead on a 1-yard run from Aaron Mason. With seven seconds left in the half, the Hornets dug into their bag of tricks and pitched a ball to running back Jake Croxdale. The sophomore then connected with tight end Brian Heath in the back of the end zone to tie the score at halftime. As a team, the Hornet defense limited MSU to 349 total yards and forced two turnovers. Geoff Warner led the way with a career-high 11 total tackles, including 1.5 for loss. Christian Clark added 2.0 TFLs and raised his season sack total to 10. SCORE BY QUARTERS Sacramento State (4-6, 4-4) Montana State (7-3, 5-2)

1 7 14

2 7 0

3 3 7

4 0 6

FINAL 17 27

SCORING SUMMARY First Quarter 10:53 - SAC - Reed 39 yd pass from Bethel-Thompson (Diniz kick) 10:00 - MSU - Gilbert 7 yd pass from Kempt (Cunningham kick) 2:14 - MSU - Mason 1 yd run (Cunningham kick) Second Quarter 0:01 - SAC - B. Heath 3 yd pass from Croxdale (Diniz kick) Third Quarter 14:05 - MSU - Gilbert 46 yd pass from Kempt (Cunningham kick) 10:11 - SAC - Diniz 52 yd field goal Fourth Quarter 10:50 - MSU - Cunningham 23 yd field goal 2:22 - MSU - Cunningham 47 yd field goal TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING COMPLETTIONS-ATTEMPTS-INT. TOTAL OFFENSE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-YARDS PUNTS-YARDS PUNT RETURNS-YARDS KICKOFF RETURNS-YARDS INTERCEPTIONS-YARDS FUMBLE RETURNS-YARDS POSSESSION TIME THIRD DOWN CONVERSIONS FOURTH DOWN CONVERSIONS RED ZONE SCORES-CHANCES SACKS BY-YARDS

SAC MSU 21 18 30-35 35-127 277 222 26-45-3 20-29-0 75-312 64-349 0-0 4-2 9-71 5-34 6-227 3-125 1-7 2-6 4-87 4-97 0-0 3-84 1-10 0-0 33:59 26:01 4-16 3-11 1-2 1-2 1-1 3-4 1-3 6-34

RUSHING: SAC: Badger 9-28; Croxdale 11-26; Smith 1-(-4); BethelThompson 9-(-15). MSU: Mason 15-47, TD; Kempt 5-41; Gilbert 5-31; Bekcsted 5-23; Palmer 2-(-2). PASSING: SAC: Bethel-Thompson 24-41-3-269-1; Smith 0-2-0-0-0; Croxdale 2-2-0-8-1. MSU: Kempt 20-29-0-222-2. RECEIVING: SAC: Richardson 5-44; Croxdale 4-58; Lane 4-55; Reed 4-55, TD; Hendershott 2-16; Krebs 2-15; B. Willis 1-10; Carter 1-9; Badger 1-7; Bethel-Thompson 1-5; B. Heath 1-3, TD. MSU: Gilbert 7-90, 2 TD; Green 3-68; Mason 3-15; Lloyd 2-18; Schreibeis 2-18; Begger 2-5; Thomas 1-8. INTERCEPTIONS: SAC: None. MSU: Retoriano 1-53; Owens 1-31; Rider 1-0. TACKLE LEADERS: SAC: Warner 6-5-11; Buck 6-1-7; M. Smith 6-17. MSU: Fletcher 8-3-11; Bignell 5-6-11; Rider 4-4-8. SACKS: SAC: Clark 1-3. MSU: Fletcher 2.5-16; D’Alba 1-8; Ogden 1-4; Bignell 1-2; Minter 0.5-4. ATTENDANCE: 10,697

UC DAVIS 28 SACRAMENTO STATE 31 SACRAMENTO, Calif. — McLeod Bethel-Thompson found Brandyn Reed in the back of the end zone with 20 seconds remaining for his second touchdown reception of the game and lift Sacramento State to a 31-28 victory over UC Davis in the 56th annual Pepsi Causeway Classic in front of 17,127 fans at Hornet Stadium. Trailing 28-17 early in the fourth quarter, Sacramento State began its comeback with a 10-play, 56-yard drive which was capped by a 2-yard run from Jake Croxdale with 7:36 to play. The Hornets opted to go for two but the conversion failed leaving the score at 28-23. Sacramento State stopped UC Davis on its next drive when Greg Denham’s pass to Chris Carter on the sideline was ruled incomplete on 3rd-and-9. A punt drove the Hornets back to their own 11-yard line with 4:45 remaining. Bethel-Thompson’s first two attempts fell incomplete before he connected with John Hendershott for a 13-yard gain to move the ball to the 30. Short passes to Croxdale and Dylan Lane pushed the ball near midfield but an incompletion and another short gain set up 3rd-and-2 where Bethel-Thompson hit Lane for a 6-yard gain to keep the drive alive. Two more short gains took the ball to the Davis 28 and BethelThompson rushed for five yards on 3rd-and-2 to place the place at the 23. Following an incompletion, he found Ron Richardson for a 6-yard gain on second down and again for four yards on third down. After a timeout, he lofted the ball to the back right corner of the end zone where Reed was able to run it down for the game-winning touchdown. A two-point pass to Jon Krebs pushed the team to a three-point lead. The Hornets all wore “Mattos” on the back of their jerseys for the game in honor of former head coach Bob Mattos who was battling brain cancer. SCORE BY QUARTERS UC Davis (6-5) Sacramento State (5-6)

1 0 3

2 14 0

3 7 7

4 7 21

FINAL 28 31

SCORING SUMMARY First Quarter 7:38 - SAC - Diniz 37 yd field goal Second Quarter 14:55 - UCD - Aprile 3 yd run (Kelley kick) 6:46 - UCD - Aprile 1 yd run (Kelley kick) Third Quarter 11:49 - SAC - Bethel-Thompson 1 yd run (Diniz kick) 4:54 - UCD - Carter 9 yd pass from Denham (Schmidt kick) Fourth Quarter 14:53 - SAC - Reed 39 yd pass from Bethel-Thompson (Diniz kick) 12:17 - UCD - Grant 49 yd pass from Denham (Schmidt kick) 7:36 - SAC - Croxdale 2 yd run (pass failed) 0:20 - SAC - Reed 13 yd pass from Bethel-Thompson (Kress pass) TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING COMPLETTIONS-ATTEMPTS-INT. TOTAL OFFENSE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-YARDS PUNTS-YARDS PUNT RETURNS-YARDS KICKOFF RETURNS-YARDS INTERCEPTIONS-YARDS FUMBLE RETURNS-YARDS POSSESSION TIME THIRD DOWN CONVERSIONS FOURTH DOWN CONVERSIONS RED ZONE SCORES-CHANCES SACKS BY-YARDS

UCD SAC 20 20 26-84 29-62 307 284 29-38-0 26-44-0 64-391 73-346 1-1 3-1 9-79 4-40 6-240 3-123 1-1 5-33 5-65 4-109 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 34:04 25:56 5-12 11-17 1-1 1-2 3-3 3-3 3-20 2-13

RUSHING: UCD: Reese 10-53; Trombetta 7-24; Aprile 5-15, 2 TD; Denham 4-(-8). SAC: Croxdale 15-66, TD; McCowan 4-18; BethelThompson 5-1; Smith 3-(-20). PASSING: UCD: Denham 29-38-0-307-2. SAC: Bethel-Thompson 19-29-0-233-2; Smith 7-15-0-51-0. RECEIVING: UCD: Carter 9-84, TD; Rogers 5-39; Creadick 4-40; Trombetta 3-25; Grant 2-61, TD; Reese 2-28; Bispo 2-7; Kirkpatrick 1-20; Denham 1-3. SAC: Reed 7-134, 2 TD; Hendershott 6-73; Lane 6-43; Croxdale 4-16; Richardson 2-10; B. Heath 1-8. INTERCEPTIONS: UCD: None. SAC: None. TACKLE LEADERS: UCD: Michelier 3-3-6; Amajoyi 2-3-5; Morales 2-3-5; Benjamin 2-3-5; Congdon 1-4-5; Butler 1-4-5. SAC: Buck 5-6-11; Johnson 3-5-8; Oliver 4-3-7. SACKS: UCD: Michelier 1-10; Amajoyi 1-6; Grillo 1-4. SAC: Coleman 1-8; Nash 1-5. ATTENDANCE: 17,127

Top: Senior tight end Brian Heath raises the Causeway Classic trophy following the team’s 31-28 victory over UC Davis. Bottom: Matt Lemley (72) celebrates with Brandyn Reed following Reed’s game-winning touchdown with 20 seconds remaining. The Hornets each wore “Mattos” on the back of their jerseys during the game to honor former head coach Bob Mattos.

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2010 SACRAMENTO STATE FOOTBALL BIG SKY CONFERENCE STATS 2009 BIG SKY ATTENDANCE

2009 BIG SKY CONFERENCE FOOTBALL STANDINGS Montana* Weber State* Eastern Washington* Montana State Sacramento State* Northern Arizona Northern Colorado Portland State Idaho State * FCS Playoff Participant

BIG SKY GAMES ALL GAMES W L PCT. PF PA W L PCT. PF PA 8 0 1.000 290 164 14 1 .933 537 285 6 2 .750 246 155 7 5 .583 338 260 6 2 .750 288 184 8 4 .667 404 329 5 3 .625 299 156 7 4 .636 257 230 4 4 .500 221 267 5 6 .455 274 371 4 4 .500 254 216 5 6 .455 327 327 1 7 .125 147 210 3 8 .273 202 288 1 7 .125 160 294 2 9 .182 232 372 1 7 .125 117 277 1 10 .091 142 424

Total Team G Home Att. 1. Montana 9 219,753 2. Montana State 6 79,665 3. Sacramento State 5 49,676 4. Northern Arizona 5 38,392 5. Weber State 5 32,500 6. Portland State 6 36,761 7. Eastern Washington 5 26,828 8. Idaho State 5 26,756 9. Northern Colorado 6 21,110

Avg. 24,417 13,278 9,935 7,678 6,500 6,127 5,366 5,351 3,518

SCORING OFFENSE G PTS Montana 15 537 Eastern Wash. 12 404 Northern Arizona 11 327 Weber State 12 338 Sacramento State 11 274 Montana State 11 257 Portland State 11 232 Northern Colorado 11 202 Idaho State 11 142

AVG 35.8 33.7 29.7 28.2 24.9 23.4 21.1 18.4 12.9

PASS OFFENSE Eastern Wash. Northern Arizona Weber State Montana Portland State Sacramento State Northern Colorado Montana State Idaho State

G YDS AVG 12 3855 321.2 11 3394 308.5 12 3395 282.9 15 4008 267.2 11 2723 247.5 11 2509 228.1 11 2506 227.8 11 2359 214.5 11 2178 198.0

KICKOFF RET Montana Weber State Portland State Sacramento State Idaho State Northern Arizona Northern Colorado Montana State Eastern Wash.

RET YDS AVG 50 1232 24.6 43 1031 24.0 60 1432 23.9 48 1085 22.6 68 1425 21.0 43 888 20.7 38 742 19.5 43 789 18.3 57 1031 18.1

SACKS Montana State Eastern Wash. Portland State Sacramento State Weber State Northern Arizona Northern Colorado Montana Idaho State

SCORING DEFENSE G PTS Montana 15 285 Weber State 12 260 Montana State 11 244 Northern Colorado 11 288 Eastern Wash. 12 329 Northern Arizona 11 327 Sacramento State 11 371 Portland State 11 372 Idaho State 11 424

AVG 19.0 21.7 22.2 26.2 27.4 29.7 33.7 33.8 38.5

PASS DEFENSE Northern Colorado Weber State Montana Idaho State Montana State Northern Arizona Portland State Sacramento State Eastern Wash.

G YDS AVG 11 2264 205.8 12 2642 220.2 15 3717 247.8 11 2727 247.9 11 2876 261.5 11 2970 270.0 11 3090 280.9 11 3155 286.8 12 3466 288.8

PUNT RET Weber State Montana Northern Arizona Portland State Northern Colorado Eastern Wash. Montana State Sacramento State Idaho State

RET YDS AVG 21 403 19.2 39 617 15.8 16 123 7.7 12 91 7.6 22 152 6.9 17 110 6.5 20 111 5.6 16 76 4.8 21 71 3.4

PENALTIES PEN YDS AVG Sacramento State 64 531 48.3 Montana State 63 552 50.2 Northern Arizona 55 573 52.1 Weber State 84 723 60.2 Eastern Wash. 83 744 62.0 Idaho State 88 699 63.5 Northern Colorado 83 718 65.3 Montana 93 988 65.9 Portland State 74 727 66.1

RUSH OFFENSE Montana Montana State Eastern Wash. Northern Arizona Sacramento State Weber State Northern Colorado Portland State Idaho State

G YDS AVG 15 2403 160.2 11 1619 147.2 12 1691 140.9 11 1440 130.9 11 1341 121.9 12 1384 115.3 11 1190 108.2 11 1184 107.6 11 472 42.9

TOTAL OFFENSE Eastern Wash. Northern Arizona Montana Weber State Montana State Portland State Sacramento State Northern Colorado Idaho State

G YDS AVG 12 5546 462.2 11 4834 439.5 15 6411 427.4 12 4779 398.2 11 3978 361.6 11 3907 355.2 11 3850 350.0 11 3696 336.0 11 3650 240.9

PUNTING PAVG RAVG NET Weber State 41.5 0.6 39.7 Montana 40.5 1.3 37.5 Idaho State 42.3 5.3 36.2 Portland State 37.2 1.6 33.6 Northern Colorado 38.5 2.4 33.4 Eastern Wash. 38.8 3.8 33.0 Montana State 40.9 6.1 32.8 Sacramento State 39.0 5.3 32.6 Northern Arizona 36.8 4.1 32.4

3RD DN CONV. CONV ATT PCT Weber State 86 187 46.0 Montana 100 218 45.9 Northern Colorado 66 161 41.0 Eastern Wash. 66 164 40.2 Sacramento State 62 156 39.7 Northern Arizona 60 156 38.5 Portland State 52 151 34.4 Montana State 54 164 32.9 Idaho State 35 161 21.7

RUSH DEFENSE Montana State Montana Northern Arizona Portland State Eastern Wash. Sacramento State Weber State Northern Colorado Idaho State

G YDS AVG 11 907 82.5 15 1630 108.7 11 1377 125.2 11 1455 132.3 12 1676 139.7 11 1608 146.2 12 1868 155.7 11 1902 172.9 11 2331 211.9

TOTAL DEFENSE Montana State Montana Weber State Northern Colorado Northern Arizona Portland State Eastern Wash. Sacramento State Idaho State

G YDS AVG 11 3783 343.9 15 5347 356.5 12 4510 375.8 11 4166 378.7 11 4347 395.2 11 4545 413.2 12 5142 428.5 11 4763 433.0 11 5058 459.8

TURNOVER MAR Montana Eastern Wash. Northern Arizona Northern Colorado Idaho State Montana State Sacramento State Weber State Portland State

OPP 3RD CONV. CONV ATT PCT Weber State 52 162 32.1 Montana State 55 169 32.5 Montana 78 224 34.8 Eastern Wash. 70 184 38.0 Idaho State 59 149 39.6 Northern Colorado 71 165 43.0 Sacramento State 62 142 43.7 Portland State 76 170 44.7 Northern Arizona 77 169 45.6

+ - MAR 37 19 +18 32 17 +15 18 15 +3 19 16 +3 26 31 -5 18 24 -6 17 25 -8 19 27 -8 14 34 -20

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G SACKS AVG 11 32 2.82 12 29 2.42 11 24 2.18 11 22 2.00 12 22 1.83 11 19 1.73 11 18 1.64 15 23 1.53 11 8 0.73


2010 SACRAMENTO STATE FOOTBALL BIG SKY CONFERENCE STATS RUSHING G Alex Henderson, NAU 11 Taiwan Jones, EWU 12 Chase Reynolds, UM 15 Trevyn Smith, WSU 11 Aaron Mason, MSU 9 Andre Harris, NC 11 CJ Palmer, MSU 11 Clint Knickrehm, ISU 10 Bobby McClintock, PSU 11 Bo Bolen, WSU 12

ATT YDS AVG 253 1166 106.0 162 1213 101.1 321 1502 100.1 234 1001 91.0 128 618 68.7 145 646 58.7 115 510 46.4 140 434 43.4 87 420 38.2 88 442 36.8

RECEPTIONS/GM Tim Toone, WSU Ed Berry, NAU C. Meadows, NAU Alex Thompson, NC Tony Davis, EWU Ray Fry, PSU Marc Mariani, UM Patrick Walker, NC Jaron Taylor, ISU Brandyn Reed, SAC

G 12 11 11 11 12 11 15 11 11 10

REC 83 75 72 71 77 67 80 54 51 46

PASS EFFICIENCY COMP Andrew Selle, UM 224 Matt Nichols, EWU 298 Michael Herrick, NAU 270 Cam. Higgins, WSU 289 Justin Roper, UM 78 Jason Smith, SAC 142 Cody Kempt, MSU 100 Bethel-Thompson, SAC 64 Bryan Waggener, NC 231 Mark Iddins, MSU 113

YDS 3043 3830 3356 3321 958 1707 1108 746 2410 1217

REC. YARDS/GM Marc Mariani, UM Ed Berry, NAU Tim Toone, WSU Ray Fry, PSU Tony Davis, EWU Alex Thompson, NC C. Meadows, NAU Brandyn Reed, SAC Mike Phillips, WSU Lavonte Kirven, PSU

G 15 11 12 11 12 11 11 10 11 11

REC YDS AVG 80 1479 98.6 75 1075 97.7 83 1104 92.0 67 904 82.2 77 948 79.0 71 864 78.5 72 843 76.6 46 731 73.1 39 704 64.0 37 660 60.0

PASSING AVG COMP Matt Nichols, EWU 298 Michael Herrick, NAU 270 Cam. Higgins, WSU 289 Bryan Waggener, NC 231 Andrew Selle, UM 224 Jason Smith, SAC 142 Mark Iddins, MSU 113 Cody Kempt, MSU 100 Bethel-Thompson, SAC 64 Justin Roper, UM 78

ATT 458 407 454 385 356 247 195 173 110 134

AVG 319.2 305.1 276.8 219.1 202.9 170.7 135.2 123.1 82.9 79.2

INTERCEPTIONS Matt Johnson, EWU Zach Schrader, SAC Michael Rider, MSU Kevin Hatch, EWU Clay Bignell, MSU Korey Askew, NC Max Hewitt, NC DeShawn Snead, PSU Shann Schillinger, UM Jordan Brown, WSU

G 12 11 11 12 10 11 11 11 15 12

INT YDS INT/G 6 58 0.50 4 78 0.36 4 12 0.36 4 9 0.33 3 3 0.30 3 112 0.27 3 54 0.27 3 49 0.27 4 24 0.27 3 65 0.25

TOTAL OFFENSE RUSH Matt Nichols, EWU 102 Michael Herrick, NAU -75 Cam. Higgins, WSU -122 Bryan Waggener, NC 61 Andrew Selle, UM 94 Jason Smith, SAC -73 Mark Iddins, ISU 18 Cody Kempt, MSU 84 Alex Henderson, NAU 1166 Taiwan Jones, EWU 1213

PASS 3830 3356 3321 2410 3043 1707 1217 1108 0 0

YARDS AVG 3932 327.7 3281 298.3 3199 266.6 2471 224.6 3137 209.1 1634 163.4 1235 137.2 1192 132.4 1166 106.0 1213 101.1

PUNT RETURNS Tim Toone, WSU Marc Mariani, UM Ryan Lutz, NC Ron Richardson, SAC

RET 19 32 21 16

YDS 378 507 146 76

TD 2 1 0 0

AVG 19.9 15.8 7.0 4.8

KICK RETURNS RET John Hendershott, SAC 14 Jabin Sambrano, UM 28 Aaron Woods, PSU 53 Bo Bolen, WSU 39 Sam McCowan, SAC 18

YDS 366 695 1314 958 414

TD 0 0 1 0 0

AVG 26.1 24.8 24.8 24.6 23.0

ALL PURPOSE RUSH Taiwan Jones, EWU 1213 Aaron Woods, PSU -2 Marc Mariani, UM 0 Bo Bolen, WSU 442 Alex Henderson, NAU 1166 Tim Toone, WSU 2 JD Ponciano, ISU 11 Chase Reynolds, UM 1502 Trevyn Smith, WSU 1001 Everett Gilbert, MSU 151

REC 561 535 1479 269 315 1104 393 358 292 556

TD-INT EFF 28-6 157.3 33-6 156.5 22-8 149.5 30-20 138.1 8-3 133.0 12-9 124.3 9-4 124.1 4-5 118.1 9-7 116.7 5-6 112.7 PCT 65.1 66.3 63.7 60.0 62.9 57.5 57.9 57.8 58.2 58.2

RET 571 233 706 958 0 447 756 0 0 488

AVG 195.4 175.4 145.7 139.1 134.6 129.4 128.9 124.0 117.5 108.6

PUNTING G J. Vanderwielen, ISU 11 Eric Fisher, MSU 9 Mike Snoy, WSU 12 Sean Wren, UM 15 Cameron Zuber, EWU 12 Cameron Kaman, NC 11 Augie Heath, SAC 11 Thomas Duyndam, PSU 11 Ryan Rauschert, NAU 11

YDS R/GM 1104 6.9 1075 6.8 843 6.5 864 6.5 948 6.4 904 6.1 1479 5.3 615 4.9 547 4.6 731 4.6

P YDS AVG 74 3308 44.7 46 1958 42.6 50 2075 41.5 58 2389 41.2 43 1715 39.9 60 2344 39.1 53 2067 39.0 44 1693 38.5 52 1914 36.8

FIELD GOALS/GM Zach Brown, PSU Matt Myers, NAU J. Cunningham, MSU Michael York, NC Chris Diniz, SAC Mike Snoy, NC Brody McKnight, UM Jarrett Huk, ISU Mike Jarrett, EWU

FG 18 17 14 11 12 12 15 9 5

SCORING TD Chase Reynolds, UM 24 Taiwan Jones, EWU 19 Matt Myers, NAU 0 Alex Henderson, NAU 14 Brody McKnight, UM 0 J. Cunningham, MSU 0 Nathan Overbay, EWU 13 Marc Mariani, UM 15 Tim Toone, WSU 12

FGA 25 24 18 16 13 20 25 13 10 XP 0 0 36 0 64 25 0 2 0

SCORING (TDs) RUSH REC Chase Reynolds, UM 22 2 Taiwan Jones, EWU 15 4 Alex Henderson, NAU 12 2 Nathan Overbay, EWU 0 13 Marc Mariani, UM 0 13 Tim Toone, WSU 0 10 Brandyn Reed, SAC 0 7 Andre Harris, NC 7 0 Trevyn Smith, WSU 7 0 Everett Gilbert, MSU 1 6 TACKLES J.C. Sherritt, EWU A.J. Storms, ISU Phillip Arias, ISU Zach Schrader, SAC Matt Johnson, EWU Taylor Sedillo, WSU Matt King, NC Jordan Brown, WSU Makai Borden, EWU Chris Holmesly, ISU

PCT FG/G 72.0 1.64 70.8 1.55 77.8 1.40 68.8 1.10 92.3 1.09 60.0 1.00 60.0 1.00 69.2 0.82 50.0 0.40 FG PTS/G 0 9.6 0 9.5 17 7.9 0 7.6 15 7.3 14 6.7 0 6..5 0 6.1 0 6.0 RET PTS/G 0 9.6 0 9.5 0 7.6 0 6.5 2 6.1 2 6.0 0 4.2 0 4.0 0 4.0 0 3.8

UA AST TOT AVG 71 99 170 14.2 58 62 120 10.9 36 77 113 10.3 49 53 102 9.3 55 47 102 8.5 34 66 100 8.3 39 52 91 8.3 45 52 97 8.1 26 56 82 7.5 38 44 82 7.5

SACKS UA AST TOT AVG Christian Clark, SAC 10 0 10.0 0.91 Isaac Bond, NAU 7 1 8.5 0.77 Dane Fletcher, MSU 5 3 6.5 0.72 Renard Williams, EWU 8 1 8.5 0.71 Brandon Vance, NAU 6 0 6.0 0.55 Kevin Linehan, WSU 6 1 6.5 0.54 Dan Ogden, MSU 4 3 5.5 0.50 Nick Hernon, NC 4 2 5.0 0.45 Jace Palmer, UM 5 1 5.5 0.39 Jacob Kragt, EWU 4 1 4.5 0.38

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2010 SACRAMENTO STATE FOOTBALL BIG SKY CONFERENCE AWARDS First Team Offense

First Team Defense

Pos Player WR Tim Toone*# Marc Mariani*# Ed Berry OT Levi Horn# Mike Person OG Terran Hillesland Jeff Hansen# C Kyle Mutcher* TE Nathan Oversbay QB Matt Nichols* RB Chase Reynolds Trevyn Smith^ Taiwan Jones Alex Henderson FB Kevin Klaboe Bobby McClintock* K Zach Brown RS Tim Toone

Yr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Sr.

School Weber State Montana Northern Arizona Montana Montana State Montana Montana State Weber State Eastern Wash. Eastern Wash. Montana Weber State Eastern Wash. Northern Arizona Montana Portland State Portland State Weber State

Second Team Offense Pos Player WR Aaron Boyce Tony Davis Brandyn Reed OT Ryne Holstrom Nestor Cruz OG Matt Lemley J.C. Oram C Alex Verlanic TE Steve Pfahler QB Michael Herrick RB Aaron Mason FB Bo Bolen PK Matt Myers RS Marc Mariani

Yr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Fr. So. Sr.

School Eastern Wash. Eastern Wash. Sacramento State Northern Arizona Weber State Sacramento State Weber State Montana Montana Northern Arizona Montana State Weber State Northern Arizona Montana

Pos Player DT Renard Williams Dan Ogden DE Dane Fletcher# Kevin Linehan* OLB J.C. Sherritt A.J. Storms ILB Shawn Lebsock Taylor Sedillo CB Trumaine Johnson Josh Morris* S Shann Schillinger Matt Estrada P Mike Snoy Jon Vanderweilen

Yr. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr.

School Eastern Wash. Montana State Montana State Weber State Eastern Wash. Idaho State Montana Weber State Montana Weber State Montana Northern Arizona Weber State Idaho State

Second Team Defense Pos Player DT Christian Clark Austin Mullins DE Jace Palmer Isaac Bond OLB Ryan Pedersen Brandon Fisher ILB John Eddy Clay Bignell Stevon Thomas CB Korey Askew Kevin Retoriano S Zach Schrader Beau Hadley P Augie Heath

Yr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. So.

School Sacramento State Montana Montana Northern Arizona Portland State Montana Northern Colorado Montana State Northern Arizona Northern Colorado Montana State Sacramento State Weber State Sacramento State

Special Teams

Player 1st Cole Lockwood 2nd Ryan Lutz * two-time first team selection / ^ three-time selection / # unanimous selection

Yr. School So. Montana Sr. Northern Colorado

Honorable Mention Eastern Washington Makai Borden, OLB; Ryan Forney, OG; Kevin Hatch, S; Matt Johnson, S; Jacob Kragt, DE; Chris Powers, C; Chris Thomas, OT. Idaho State Phillip Arias, ILB; Ryan Henry, C; Chris Holmesly, S; Jarrett Huk, K; Kevin Kosch, WR. Montana Dan Beaudin, TE; Thomas Brooks-Fletcher, RB; Severin Campbell, DE; Chris Dyk, OT; Tyler Hobbs, DT; Brody McKnight, K; Jon Opperud, OG; Tyler Palmer, WR; Erik Stoll, S; Andrew Swink, CB; Sean Wren, P. Montana State Jason Cunningham, K; Jason Da’Alba, DT; Everett Gilbert, WR; John Laidet, DE; Jody Owens, OLB; Michael Rider, S; Sean Ripley, ST; Joe Schreibeis, TE.

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Northern Arizona Dwight Boyd, DT; Shaun Fitzpatrick, TE; Jeff Hines, C; Matt King, ILB; Conrad Meadows, WR; Kris Pondexter, OG; Curt Sweeney, WR; Taylor Worrell, ST; Reid Worthington, OLB; Brandon Vance, DE. Northern Colorado Nick Hernon, DE; Max Hewitt, S; Alex Shapiro, C; Alex Thompson, WR; Brayn Waggener, QB. Portland State Nick Kalpin, ST; Matt Luenen, OT; Erik Pedersen, ILB; Moses Punzal, OG; Ryan Rau, OLB; DeShawn Shead, CB; Tyler Staley, C; Aaron Woods, RS; Cody Worthen, S. Sacramento State Chris Diniz, K; John Feaster, ST; Dylan Lane, WR; Peter Lenz, OG; Kevin Moore, DE. Weber State Jordan Brown, S; Ryan Eastman, DT; Maiah Fa’atoafe, DT; Cameron Higgins, QB; Thyrell Lewis, CB; Cody Nakamura, TE; Mike Phillips, WR; Caldwell Taylor, ST; Nick Webb, OLB.

Award Winners Offensive POY - Matt Nichols, QB, EWU Defensive POY - Dane Fletcher, DL, MSU Newcomer - Zach Schrader, DB, SAC Coach of the Year - Bobby Hauck, UM Big Sky Players of the Week September 7 Offense - Aaron Boyce, EWU Defense - Kevin Hatch, EWU Special Teams - Sam Gratton, UM September 14 Offense - Andre Harris, NC Defense - Trumaine Johnson, UM Special Teams - Zach Brown, PSU September 21 Offense - Trevyn Smith, WSU Alex Henderson, NAU Defense - J.C. Sherritt, EWU Special Teams - Cameron Zuber, EWU September 28 Offense - Cameron Higgins, WSU Andrew Selle, UM Taiwan Jones, EWU Defense - J.C. Sherritt, EWU Special Teams - Aaron Woods, PSU October 5 Offense - Aaron Mason, MSU Defense - Michael Rider, MSU Isaac Bond, NAU Special Teams - Augie Heath, SAC October 12 Offense - Michael Herrick, NAU Marc Mariani, UM Defense - Ryan Eastman, WSU Special Teams - Zach Brown, PSU October 19 Offense - Cameron Higgins, WSU Defense - Dane Fletcher, MSU Special Teams - Tim Toone, WSU October 26 Offense - Matt Nichols, EWU Defense - Tyrell Lewis, WSU Special Teams - Matt Myers, NAU November 2 Offense - Chase Reynolds, UM Defense - Matt Johnson, EWU Special Teams - Augie Heath, SAC November 9 Offense - Bryan Waggener, NC Defense - Zach Schrader, SAC A.J. Storms, ISU Special Teams - Brody McKnight, UM November 16 Offense - Matt Nichols, EWU Defense - Dane Fletcher, MSU Special Teams - Tim Toone, WSU November 23 Offense - Matt Nichols, EWU Michael Herrick, NAU Defense - Nick Webb, WSU Special Teams - Marc Mariani, UM

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TEAM SEASON RECORDS General Team

Most Points Scored 1999.............................414 1988.............................368 1991.............................367 Fewest Points Scored 1954...............................40 1955...............................48 1977...............................71 Most Points Per Game 1999............................37.6 1988............................36.8 1991............................36.7 Fewest Points Per Game 1954..............................5.7 1955..............................6.9 1977..............................7.1 Highest Scoring Margin 1988...........................+159 1991...........................+143 1992...........................+119 Div. I-AA/FCS Era 1999...........................+104 Lowest Scoring Margin 2004........................... -225 1997........................... -220 1996........................... -218 Most First Downs 2002.............................263 1999.............................252 1988.............................240 Fewest First Downs 2006.............................139 1987.............................141 1980.............................151 Most Touchdowns 1999...............................53 1988...............................49 1991...............................48 Fewest Touchdowns 1987...............................16 1980...............................20 2006...............................20 Most Field Goals 1999...............................14 2002...............................14 1998...............................13 1991...............................13 Fewest Field Goals 1994.................................1 1983.................................1 1995.................................2

Most Penalties 1985.............................124 1988.............................115 2004.............................102 Fewest Penalties 2009...............................64 1994...............................64 2002...............................70 Most Penalty Yards 1985..........................1,089 1988..........................1,057 1997.............................932 Fewest Penalty Yards 2009.............................531 1994.............................544 2002.............................618

Offense

Rushing

Most Rush Attempts 1981.............................575 1998.............................528 2002.............................517 Fewest Rush Attempts 2004.............................343 2006.............................346 1996.............................350 Most Rushing Yards 1999..........................2,584 1995..........................2,564 1998..........................2,510 Fewest Rushing Yards 2006.............................703 2004..........................1,080 1996..........................1,098

Most Passing Yards/Game 1996..........................282.5 1992..........................268.7 1988..........................263.9

Fewest Interceptions 2007.................................6 1991.................................7 1997.................................7

Fewest Passing Yards/Game 1987..........................107.7 1998..........................133.8 1980..........................143.2

Most Fumbles Recovered 1984...............................17 1992...............................17 1995...............................17

Most Passing Yards/Pass 1988............................8.51 1991............................8.41 1999............................8.25

Fewest Fumbles Recovered 2006.................................5 2009.................................7 1980.................................9

Fewest Passing Yards/Pass 2005............................4.69 1987............................4.94 2007............................5.92

Most Turnovers Forced 1984...............................37 1985...............................34 1986...............................33 Div. I-AA/FCS Era 1995...............................29

Turnovers

Most Plays 2002.............................904 1981.............................862 2008.............................852

Most Rushing Yards/Game 1998..........................260.7 1991..........................240.5 1999..........................234.9

Fewest Plays 2006.............................638 1980.............................658 1989.............................661

Fewest Rushing Yards/Game 2006............................63.9 2004............................98.2 1996............................99.8

Fewest Turnovers 1998...............................14 2000...............................15 1991...............................17

Most Total Yards 1999..........................5,174 2002..........................4,893 1988..........................4,860

Most Yards/Rush 1985............................5.57 1998............................5.43 1999............................5.39

Most Interceptions Thrown 1986...............................23 1996...............................20 2004...............................20

Fewest Total Yards 2006..........................2,680 1987..........................2,886 2005..........................3,010

Fewest Yards/Rush 2006............................2.03 1992............................2.77 1981............................2.91

Most Yards Per Game 1988..........................486.0 1999..........................470.4 1991..........................444.1

Passing

Fewest Interceptions Thrown 2000.................................6 1991.................................6 1983.................................7 2002.................................7

Fewest Yards Per Game 2006..........................243.6 1987..........................262.4 2005..........................273.6 Most Total Yards/Play 1999............................6.52 1985............................6.32 1981............................6.32 Fewest Total Yards/Play 2005............................3.94 1987............................4.05 1981............................4.13

Most Turnovers 1986...............................44 1982...............................35 1999...............................33

Most Pass Attempts 1996.............................478 2001.............................409 1995.............................393

Most Fumbles Lost 1986...............................21 1982...............................21 1983...............................21

Fewest Pass Attempts 1980.............................208 1998.............................217 1987.............................240

Fewest Fumbles Lost 1998.................................5 1992.................................5 2006.................................6 1995.................................6

Most Passing Yards 1996..........................3,108 2002..........................3,016 1995..........................2,762 Fewest Passing Yards 1987..........................1,185 1980..........................1,432 1998..........................1,472

Most Interceptions 1985...............................21 1984...............................20 1983...............................19 Div. I-AA/FCS Era 1994...............................18

Best Turnover Margin 1998.............................+13 1992.............................+12 1985.............................+11 Worst Turnover Margin 2007............................. -14 1986............................. -11 1997............................... -9

Defense

Most Sacks 1986...............................53 1985...............................41 1987...............................36 Div. I-AA/FCS Era 2004 & 2007...................33 Fewest Sacks 2001...............................12 1997...............................13 1994...............................15 Most Points Allowed 1996.............................466 2001.............................424 2004.............................415 Fewest Points Allowed 1992.............................149 1980.............................185 1981.............................186 Div. I-AA/FCS Era 1994.............................214

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Most Plays Allowed 1989.............................947 1999.............................888 2002.............................860

Most Yards Allowed/Play 1997............................7.62 1996............................6.93 2001............................6.84

Most Rush Yards Allowed/Gm 2001..........................243.1 1997..........................226.2 1996..........................195.0

Most Pass Yards Allowed 2008..........................3,508 1996..........................3,376 1997..........................3,343

Fewest Points Allowed/Game 1992............................14.9 1981............................16.9 1987............................17.5 Div. I-AA/FCS Era 1994............................21.4

Fewest Plays Allowed 1988.............................664 1994.............................681 1991.............................688

Fewest Yards Allowed/Play 1992............................3.67 1989............................3.80 1988............................3.90 Div. I-AA/FCS Era 1994............................4.93

Fewest Rush Yards Allowed/Gm 1992............................87.2 2008............................97.2 1985............................98.5

Fewest Pass Yards Allowed 1988..........................1,413 1980..........................1,636 1987..........................1,692 Div. I-AA/FCS Era 1994..........................1,926

Most Touchdowns Allowed 1996...............................63 2001...............................59 2004...............................54 Fewest Touchdowns Allowed 1992...............................20 1987...............................23 1997...............................24 Most Field Goals Allowed 2008...............................15 1986...............................14 1993...............................13 2002...............................13 Fewest Field Goals Allowed 1994.................................1 1991.................................2 1995.................................2

Most Total Yards Allowed 1997..........................5,831 2001..........................5,633 1996..........................5,521 Fewest Total Yards Allowed 1988..........................2,587 1992..........................2,634 1981..........................2,894 Div. I-AA/FCS Era 1994..........................3,360 Most Yards Allowed/Gm 1997..........................530.1 2001..........................512.1 1996..........................501.9 Fewest Yards Allowed/Gm 1988..........................258.7 1981..........................263.1 1992..........................263.4 Div. I-AA/FCS Era 1994..........................336.0

Rush Defense

Most Rush Att. Allowed 2003.............................499 2001.............................495 1987.............................490 Fewest Rush Att. Allowed 1989.............................310 1991.............................328 1997.............................361 Most Rush Yards Allowed 2001..........................2,674 1997..........................2,488 1996..........................2,145 Fewest Rush Yards Allowed 1992.............................872 1985..........................1,084 1981..........................1,132 Div. I-AA/FCS Era 2008..........................1,167

Most Rush Yds. Allowed/Att. 1997............................6.89 2001............................5.40 1998............................5.15 Fewest Rush Yds. Allowed/Att. 1992............................2.08 1981............................2.59 1985............................2.93 Div. I-AA/FCS Era 2007............................3.07

Pass Defense

Most Pass Attempts Allowed 1989.............................637 2002.............................414 2008.............................413 Fewest Pass Att. Allowed 1980.............................274 1988.............................288 1987.............................292 Div. I-AA/FCS Era 1994.............................298

Most Pass Yards Allowed/Gm 1996..........................306.9 1997..........................303.9 2008..........................292.3 Fewest Pass Yards Allowed/Gm 1988..........................141.3 1987..........................153.8 1981..........................160.2 Div. I-AA/FCS Era 1994..........................163.6 Most Pass Yards Allowed/Pass 1996............................9.62 2001............................9.02 2008............................8.49 Fewest Pass Yards Allowed/Pass 1989............................3.72 1988............................4.91 1986............................5.71 Div. I-AA/FCS Era 1994............................6.46

Team Year-By-Year Per Game Averages

Year Total Offense Total Defense Rush Offense Rush Defense Pass Offense Pass Defense 1980 314.3 325.5 211.8 185.3 143.2 163.6 1981 323.6 263.1 152.3 102.9 171.4 160.2 1982 367.4 324.8 168.6 114.7 198.7 210.1 1983 326.5 319.4 153.4 140.6 173.1 178.7 1984 380.5 314.5 178.4 169.4 202.2 172.5 1985 432.9 325.5 233.1 98.5 199.8 226.9 1986 400.4 321.5 211.3 153.3 189.1 168.3 1987 262.4 285.5 154.6 131.7 107.7 153.0 1988 486.0 258.7 222.1 117.4 263.9 141.3 1989 403.7 400.2 142.6 136.7 261.1 263.4 1990 337.4 368.4 153.5 155.2 183.9 213.2 1991 444.1 390.8 240.5 135.9 203.6 254.9 1992 384.7 263.4 116.0 87.2 268.7 176.2 1993 369.5 406.8 125.0 150.5 244.5 256.3 1994 355.3 336.0 142.5 143.4 212.8 192.6 1995 378.9 446.1 127.8 194.7 251.1 251.4 1996 380.7 501.9 99.8 195.0 282.5 306.0 1997 333.8 505.5 117.0 201.6 216.8 303.9 1998 362.0 380.8 228.2 162.3 133.8 218.5 1999 470.4 405.7 234.9 145.5 235.5 260.2 2000 418.7 368.0 207.9 142.2 210.8 225.8 2001 397.3 412.1 139.9 243.1 257.4 269.0 2002 407.8 416.0 156.4 154.5 251.3 261.5 2003 328.9 414.6 116.9 185.8 212.0 228.8 2004 289.9 432.8 98.2 149.0 191.7 283.8 2005 273.6 366.4 125.5 153.5 148.2 212.8 2006 243.6 354.9 63.9 122.0 179.7 232.9 2007 341.5 373.5 157.4 117.5 184.1 255.9 2008 366.6 389.6 148.9 97.2 217.7 292.3 2009 350.0 433.0 121.9 146.2 228.1 286.8

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TEAM SINGLE-GAME RECORDS Most Points 76 vs. San Francisco.................1968 69 vs. Saint Mary’s............... 9/6/03 64 vs. CS Northridge.......... 11/4/00 63 vs. Chico State............. 10/12/91 63 vs. Sonoma State............ 9/21/85 60 vs. Cal Lutheran........... 11/12/88 57 vs. Abeline Christian...... 9/19/92 56 vs. NC Central............. 11/26/88 53 vs. Southern Utah......... 11/11/95 52 vs. Humboldt State....... 10/13/84 52 vs. Portland State......... 10/18/86 At Hornet Stadium — 69 vs. Saint Mary’s............... 9/6/03 Away From Home — 49 at San Francisco State.... 9/11/93 49 at Weber State............... 10/2/99 In a Loss — 49 at Weber State............... 10/2/99 49 vs. No. Arizona (3OT).. 10/23/99.

Away From Home — 75 at Nevada...........................1977 In a Win — 61 vs. CS Northridge.......... 11/4/00 In a Season Opener — 62 at No. Arizona................ 9/9/95 Fewest Points Allowed 0, 27 times (last vs. SF State)................. 9/10/94 At Hornet Stadium — 0, 19 times (last vs. SF State)................. 9/10/94 Away From Home — 0, 8 times (last at Cal Poly)................ 10/17/92

In a Season Opener — 48 vs. Chico State............... 9/10/88

In a Season Opener — 0, 4 times (last at San Francisco State). 9/10/94

Fewest Points Scored 0, 46 times (last at New Mexico)........... 9/22/07 At Hornet Stadium — 0, 17 times (last vs. Portland State)......... 10/9/84

Most Combined Points 125 (SAC 64, CSN 61)....... 11/4/00 101 (WSU 52, SAC 49)...... 10/2/99 100 (NAU 51, SAC 49).... 10/23/99 94 (UCD 52, SAC 42)....... 10/28/95 90 (NAU 50, SAC 40)...... 11/10/01

Away From Home — 0, 29 times (last at New Mexico)........... 9/22/07

Fewest Combined Points 0 (SAC 0, HUM 0)....................1963 3 (SAC 3, WHIT 0)....................1954 3 (SFSU 3, SAC 0)....................1965 4 (SAC 4, LBSU 0).....................1963 6 (SAC 6, HUM 0)....................1964

In a Season Opener — 0, 6 times (last at Boise State).............. 8/31/06

2nd Quarter — 27 vs. Azusa Pacific............ 10/8/05

Largest Margin of Victory 76 (76-0) vs. San Francisco.......1968 60 (60-0) vs. Cal Lutheran ........1988 53 (63-10) at Sonoma St. ... 9/21/85 50 (69-19) vs. Saint Mary’s... 9/6/03 49 (56-7) vs. NC Central... 11/26/88

3rd Quarter — 21 vs. Eastern Washington.. 9/26/09

At Hornet Stadium — 76 vs. San Francisco.................1968

4th Quarter — 22 at Montana.................... 9/11/99

Away From Home — 53 at Sonoma St. ............... 9/21/85

Overtime Points — 13 vs. Northern Arizona.... 10/23/99

In a Season Opener — 47 vs. San Francisco........... 9/12/81

Most Points Allowed 75 at Nevada...........................1977 63 at Portland State............ 9/30/78 62 at No. Arizona................ 9/9/95 61 vs. CS Northridge.......... 11/4/00 60 vs. Cal State LA....................1959 59 at Montana.................... 9/24/06 59 at Nevada..................... 9/11/04 58 at New Mexico.............. 9/22/07 58 vs. Cal Poly.................. 11/20/04 58 at UC Davis................... 9/25/04 58 at Portland State.......... 10/10/98

Largest Margin of Defeat 75 (75-0) at Nevada.................1977 58 (58-0) at New Mexico.... 9/22/07 56 (56-0) at Louisiana Tech........1977 56 (63-7) at Portland St....... 9/30/78 55 (62-7) at No. Arizona...... 9/9/95

Most Points Scored/Qtr (I-AA/FCS era) 1st Quarter — 26 vs. Saint Mary’s............... 9/6/03

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At Hornet Stadium — 61 vs. CS Northridge.......... 11/4/00

At Hornet Stadium — 48 vs. Cal State LA....................1959 Away From Home — 75 at Nevada...........................1977

Lyle James guided Sacramento State from 1966-68. In 1968, the Hornets defeated San Francisco, 76-0, for the largest margin of victory in school history. In a Season Opener — 52 at Nevada..................... 9/11/04 Rushing Yards (I-AA/FCS era) 470 vs. Idaho State............. 11/6/99 392 vs. Cal Poly.................... 9/9/00 366 vs. Montana State........ 9/25/99 350 at Eastern Wash......... 10/26/02 335 vs. Idaho State........... 11/17/07

Most Plays (I-AA/FCS era) 93 vs. Montana................. 10/13/07 93 at Eastern Wash........... 10/26/02 91 vs. Eastern Wash.......... 10/12/96 90 vs. Montana................... 10/6/01 89 vs. Northern Arizona.... 10/23/99

Fewest Rushing Yards (I-AA/FCS era) -34 at Eastern Wash.......... 10/30/04 -20 at Idaho State............... 11/4/06 5 vs. Portland State........... 11/11/06 7 vs. Stephen F. Austin......... 9/17/94 7 at Northern Arizona......... 10/2/04

Fewest Plays (I-AA/FCS era) 43 at Boise State................. 8/31/06 45 at New Mexico.............. 9/22/07 48 at Nevada..................... 9/11/04 50 vs. Idaho State............ 10/10/09 50 vs. Northern Colorado.. 10/28/06 50 vs. Montana State........ 10/14/06 50 at Northern Arizona......... 9/9/95

Passing Yards (I-AA/FCS era) 432 vs. Eastern Wash........ 10/12/96 406 vs. Saint Mary’s........... 11/4/95 396 vs. Eastern Wash........ 10/27/07 396 at Idaho State.............. 11/4/06 386 vs. Cal Poly................ 11/23/96

Most Rushes (I-AA/FCS era) 70 at Eastern Wash........... 10/26/02 59 at Northern Arizona..... 10/24/98 58 vs. Idaho State............. 11/17/07 57 vs. Montana State.......... 9/25/99 57 vs. Idaho State............... 11/6/99

Fewest Passing Yards (I-AA/FCS era) 27 at New Mexico.............. 9/22/07 28 vs. Cal Poly.................... 9/12/98 32 at Boise State................. 8/31/06 40 vs. Cal Poly.................... 9/16/06 60 at Fresno State................. 9/1/07

Fewest Rushes (I-AA/FCS era) 17 at Northern Arizona....... 10/2/04 17 at Eastern Wash........... 10/30/04 20 vs. Northern Colorado.. 10/28/06 20 at Northern Arizona..... 10/21/06 21 vs. Cal Poly.................. 11/23/96

Most Total Yards (I-AA/FCS era) 641 vs. Idaho State............. 9/27/03 608 vs. Idaho State............. 11/6/99 596 vs. UC Davis................ 9/18/99 593 at Chico State.............. 9/24/94 590 vs. No. Arizona......... 10/23/99

Most Passes (I-AA/FCS era) 59 vs. Eastern Wash.......... 10/12/96 55 vs. Northern Arizona...... 10/9/96 54 vs. Montana................... 9/28/96 52 vs. UC Davis.................. 11/3/07 51 vs. Montana................... 10/6/01

Fewest Total Yards (I-AA/FCS era) 82 at Boise State................. 8/31/06 102 at Fresno State............... 9/1/07 104 at New Mexico............ 9/22/07 117 vs. Montana State...... 10/14/06 128 at Montana State........ 10/13/01

Fewest Passes (I-AA/FCS era) 10 vs. Cal Poly.................... 9/12/98 13 vs. Saint Mary’s............... 9/4/99 15 at New Mexico.............. 9/22/07 15 at Boise State................. 8/31/06 15 at Idaho State................ 11/8/98

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Most Total Return Yards (I-AA/FCS era) 243 vs. CS Northridge........ 11/4/00 217 vs. Montana............... 10/30/93 215 at Portland State........ 10/10/98 Fewest Total Return Yds. (I-AA/FCS era) 4 at Northern Arizona......... 10/2/04 8 at Idaho State.................. 11/4/06 9 at Montana State............ 10/13/01 Most Interceptions Thrown (I-AA/FCS era) 5 vs. Montana................... 10/13/07 5 vs. Eastern Washington.. 10/25/03 4, Seven times (last vs. Montana).............. 11/12/05 Most Fumbles (I-AA/FCS era) 7 vs. UC Davis.................. 10/27/01 7 vs. Montana..................... 9/28/96 7 at Saint Mary’s................. 11/5/94 7 vs. San Francisco State..... 9/11/93 Most Fumbles Lost (I-AA/FCS era) 5 vs. UC Davis.................. 10/27/01 4 vs. Idaho State............... 10/22/05 4 vs. Montana..................... 11/8/03 4 at Montana...................... 10/7/00 4 at Weber State................. 10/2/99 Most Turnovers (I-AA/FCS era) 7 vs. UC Davis.................. 10/27/01 7 at Weber State................. 10/2/99 6 vs. Montana................... 10/13/87 6 vs. Idaho State............... 10/22/05 6 vs. Cal Poly.................... 11/20/04

Most Interceptions (I-AA/FCS era) 4 vs. Weber State................ 10/7/06 4 vs. Weber State.............. 10/16/04 4 vs. Saint Mary’s................. 9/6/03 4 at Montana...................... 9/11/99 4 vs. Montana..................... 9/22/96 4 vs. Cal Poly.................... 10/21/95 4 vs. Cal Poly.................... 11/12/94 Most Fumbles Recovered (I-AA/FCS era) 4 vs. Idaho State................. 9/22/01 4 vs. CS Northridge.......... 10/17/98 4 vs. Southern Utah........... 11/11/95 Most Turnovers Forced (I-AA/FCS era) 7 vs. Saint Mary’s................. 9/6/03 6 vs. Northern Arizona........ 10/1/05 6 at Idaho State................ 10/23/04 6 vs. Southern Utah........... 11/11/95 Most Penalties (I-AA/FCS era) 17 vs. Saint Mary’s............... 9/6/03 16 at Portland State.......... 11/24/01 16 at Montana.................... 9/11/99

Most Penalty Yards (I-AA/FCS era) 161 vs. CS Northridge...... 10/25/87 157 vs. Saint Mary’s............. 9/6/03 153 at Saint Mary’s............... 9/2/00 Fewest Penalty Yards (I-AA/FCS era) 5 vs. CS Northridge.......... 11/19/94 9 vs. Saint Mary’s................. 9/1/01 10 vs. Northern Arizona... 10/31/09 Most Sacks (I-AA/FCS era) 10 at Portland State............ 9/15/07 7 vs. Weber State................ 10/7/06 7 vs. Saint Mary’s................. 9/6/03 7 vs. Weber State................ 9/30/00 Most Time of Possession (I-AA/FCS era) 39:16 at Eastern Wash...... 10/26/02 38:52 at Eastern Wash........ 11/1/08 38:02 at Northern Colo...... 11/7/09 Lowest Time of Poss. (I-AA/FCS era) 20:49 vs. Northern Colo.... 10/28/06 21:09 vs. Eastern Wash..... 10/25/03 21:59 at Weber State........ 11/15/03

Fewest Penalties (I-AA/FCS era) 1 vs. CS Northridge.......... 11/19/94 2 vs. Northern Arizona..... 10/31/09 2 vs. Northern Arizona...... 11/10/01 2 vs. Saint Mary’s................. 9/1/01 2 vs. Saint Mary’s................. 9/4/99 2 vs. Texas State................ 10/14/95 Led by Charles Roberts’ 409 yards, the Hornets recorded a school-record 470 rushing yards against Idaho State in 1999. (Standing L-R) Chris Kelly, Doug Hollingsworth, Lonie Paxton, Terence Wagner, Jon Osterhout, Tim Conley, (kneeling) Mike Wooster, Charles Roberts.

Most Field Goals (I-AA/FCS era) 4 vs. Weber State.............. 11/16/02 3, 11 times (last at Montana State)....... 10/20/07 Fewest Field Goals (I-AA/FCS era) 0, 81 times (last vs Idaho State).......... 10/24/09 Most Punt Return Yards (I-AA/FCS era) 131 vs. SF State.................. 9/11/93 121 at UC Davis................. 10/5/02 91 vs. Eastern Wash............ 9/16/95 Fewest Punt Return Yds. (I-AA/FCS era) -6 vs. Montana................. 11/12/05 -6 vs. Northern Arizona.... 11/10/01 -6 vs. Eastern Wash.......... 10/12/96 Most Kick Return Yards (I-AA/FCS era) 220 vs. CS Northridge........ 11/4/00 200 vs. Eastern Wash........ 10/29/05 199 at Portland State........ 10/10/98 Fewest Kick Return Yds. (I-AA/FCS era) 0 vs. Azusa Pacific.............. 10/8/05 0 at Northern Arizona......... 10/2/04 0 at Idaho State.................. 11/8/98

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PASSING RECORDS Career Yards

1. Ryan Leadingham C-A Yards Int TD 2001 214-393 2,752 10 17 2002 220-372 2,785 7 15 2003 64-111 877 2 7 2004 160-315 1,962 17 11 total 658-1,191 8,376 36 50 2. Jason Smith 2007 2008 2009 total

C-A Yards Int TD 162-303 1,826 17 10 138-245 1,824 6 16 142-247 1,707 9 12 442-795 5,357 32 38

3. Mike Sullivan C-A Yards Int TD 1981 110-205 1,380 9 8 1982 143-259 2,167 12 15 1983 112-199 1,538 6 11 total 365-663 5,085 27 34 4. Tony Corbin C-A Yards Int TD 1995 180-368 2,532 12 17 1996 171-333 2,334 14 17 total 351-701 4,866 31 34 5. Ricky Ray 1999 2000 total

PC-PA Yards Int TD 179-291 2,422 8 20 168-270 2,200 6 13 347-561 4,622 14 33

6. Greg Knapp C-A Yards Int TD 1982 0-4 0 1 0 1983 26-50 366 1 4 1984 142-274 2,083 15 16 1985 111-196 1,357 10 12 total 279-524 3,806 27 32 7. Drew Wyant C-A Yards Int TD 1986 13-22 114 0 1 1987 109-225 1,155 8 4 1988 14-25 251 4 2 1989 158-291 2,280 9 16 total 294-563 3,800 21 23

11. Joe Garofalo C-A Yards Int TD 1993 47-79 611 1 6 1994 143-248 2,003 10 13 total 190-327 2,614 11 19 12. Aaron Garcia C-A Yards Int TD 1992 41-73 672 2 6 1993 137-253 1,796 16 13 total 178-326 2,468 18 19 13. A.J. Bernhardt C-A Yards Int TD 1997 142-284 1,876 16 8 1998 40-83 439 2 3 total 182-367 2,315 18 11 14. Randy Payne C-A Yards Int TD 1990 103-203 1,284 10 5 1991 52-86 743 4 8 total 155-289 2,027 14 13 15. Marcel Marquez C-A Yards Int TD 2006 142-270 1,910 15 10 total 142-270 1,910 15 10 16. Rick Bergstrom C-A Yards Int TD 1968 13-26 170 2 3 1969 85-170 1,177 4 10 1970 36-81 470 5 2 total 134-277 1,187 11 15 17. Ken Broughton C-A Yards Int TD 1979 56-128 751 8 0 1980 61-131 907 10 4 total 117-259 1,658 18 4

18. Tony Trosin C-A Yards Int TD 1988 118-202 1,623 4 15 total 118-202 1,623 4 15 19. Angelo Oliva C-A Yards Int TD 1984 0-1 0 0 0 1985 57-89 792 1 6 1986 61-127 778 10 8 1987 2-15 30 2 0 total 120-232 1,600 13 14 20. Tony Thomas C-A Yards Int TD 1975 110-195 1,301 13 3 total 110-195 1,301 13 3

Attempts

1. Ryan Leadingham, 2001-04................... 1,191 2. Jason Smith, 2007-09............................... 795 3. Tony Corbin, 1995-96............................... 701 4. Mike Sullivan, 1981-83 ........................... 663 5. Drew Wyant, 1986-89.............................. 563 6. Ricky Ray, 1999-2000 ............................. 561 7. Lyle James, 1966-68................................. 537 8. Greg Knapp, 1982-85.............................. 524 9. Bobby Fresques, 1990-92 ........................ 465 10. Mike Lippi, 1969-70................................. 450 11. A.J. Bernhardt, 1997-98........................... 367 12. Joe Garofalo, 1993-94............................. 327 13. Aaron Garcia, 1992-93............................ 326 14. Randy Payne, 1990-91............................. 289 15. Rick Bergstrom, 1968-70........................... 277 16. Marcel Marquez, 2006............................. 270 17. Ken Broughton, 1979-80........................... 259 Bob Miller, 1964-65.................................. 259 19. Angelo Oliva, 1984-87............................. 232 20. Blake Mori, 2002-03................................ 203

Ryan Leadingham All-Time Leading

Passer

8. Bobby Fresques C-A Yards Int TD 1990 34-53 462 2 4 1991 89-154 1,280 2 8 1992 137-258 2,015 11 15 total 260-465 3,757 15 27 9. Lyle James 1966 1967 1968 total

C-A Yards Int TD 50-116 783 9 6 78-165 1,061 12 9 129-256 1,553 19 7 257-537 3,397 40 22

10. Mike Lippi C-A Yards Int TD 1969 92-163 1,228 6 16 1970 157-287 1,912 10 14 total 249-450 3,140 20 26

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Jason Smith

Second in career yards, attempts and completions

1. Ryan Leadingham, 2001 ......................... 393 2. Ryan Leadingham, 2002........................... 372 3. Tony Corbin, 1995.................................... 368 4. Tony Corbin, 1996.................................... 333 5. Ryan Leadingham, 2004........................... 315 6. Jason Smith, 2008.................................... 303 7. Ricky Ray, 1999........................................ 291 Drew Wyant, 1989 .................................. 291 9. Mike Lippi, 1970 ..................................... 287 10. A.J. Bernhardt, 1997................................ 284

Completions

Pass Efficiency (Min. 100 completions)

Completions

1. Ryan Leadingham, 2001-04...................... 658 2. Jason Smith, 2007-09............................... 442 3. Mike Sullivan, 1981-83 ........................... 365 4. Tony Corbin, 1995-96 ............................. 351 5. Ricky Ray, 1999-2000 ............................ 347 6. Drew Wyant, 1986-89.............................. 294 7. Greg Knapp, 1982-85.............................. 279 8. Bobby Fresques, 1990-92 ........................ 260 9. Lyle James, 1966-68................................. 257 10. Mike Lippi, 1969-70................................. 249 11. Joe Garofalo, 1993-94............................. 190 12. A.J. Bernhardt, 1997-98........................... 182 13. Aaron Garcia, 1992-93............................ 178 14. Randy Payne, 1990-91............................. 155 15. Marcel Marquez, 2006............................. 142 16. Rick Bergstrom, 1968-70........................... 134 17. Angelo Oliva, 1984-87............................. 120 Bob Miller, 1964-65.................................. 120 19. Tony Trosin, 1988..................................... 118 20. Ken Broughton, 1979-80........................... 117

Completion Percentage (Min. 100 completions)

1. Ricky Ray, 1999-2000 ........... .619 (347-561) 2. Tony Trosin, 1988 .................. .584 (118-202) 3. Joe Garofalo, 1993-94 ........... .581 (190-327) 4. Tony Thomas, 1975.................. .564 (110-195) 5. Bobby Fresques, 1990-92 ....... .559 (260-465) 6. Jason Smith, 2007-09.............. .556 (442-795) 7. Mike Lippi, 1969-70................ .553 (249-450) 8. Ryan Leadingham, 2001-04... .552 (658-1191) 9. Mike Sullivan, 1981-83 .......... .550 (365-663) 10. Aaron Garcia, 1992-93........... .546 (178-326)

Passing Touchdowns

1. Ryan Leadingham, 2001-04........................ 50 2. Jason Smith, 2007-09................................. 38 3. Tony Corbin, 1995-96................................. 34 Mike Sullivan, 1981-83 ............................. 34 5. Ricky Ray, 1999-2000 .............................. 33 6. Greg Knapp, 1982-85................................ 32 7. Bobby Fresques, 1990-92 .......................... 27 8. Mike Lippi, 1969-70................................... 26 9. Drew Wyant, 1986-89................................ 23 10. Lyle James, 1966-68................................... 22

1. Tony Trosin, 1988.................................. 146.5 2. Ricky Ray, 1999-2000........................... 145.5 3. Joe Garofalo, 1993-94.......................... 137.7 4. Bobby Fresques, 1990-92...................... 136.5 5. Mike Sullivan, 1981-83.......................... 128.3 6. Aaron Garcia, 1992-93......................... 126.4 7. Greg Knapp, 1982-85........................... 124.1 Mike Lippi, 1969-70.............................. 124.1 9. Ryan Leadingham, 2001-04................... 122.1 10. Jason Smith, 2007-09............................ 119.9

Yards Per Pass (Min. 100 completions) 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Ricky Ray, 1999-2000............................... 8.2 Bobby Fresques, 1990-92.......................... 8.1 Joe Garofalo, 1993-94.............................. 8.0 Tony Trosin, 1988...................................... 8.0 Mike Sullivan, 1981-83.............................. 7.7 Aaron Garcia, 1992-93............................. 7.6 Greg Knapp, 1982-85............................... 7.3 Marcel Marquez, 2006.............................. 7.1 Ryan Leadingham, 2001-04....................... 7.0 Randy Payne, 1990-91.............................. 7.0 Mike Lippi, 1969-70.................................. 7.0

Yards Per Game (Min. 15 games)

1. Tony Corbin, 1995-96............................ 231.7 2. Ricky Ray, 1999-2000........................... 220.1 3. Ryan Leadingham, 2001-04................... 190.4 4. Jason Smith, 2007-09............................ 178.6 5. Bobby Fresques, 1990-92...................... 170.8 6. Aaron Garcia, 1992-93......................... 164.5 7. Mike Lippi, 1969-70.............................. 157.0 8. Mike Sullivan, 1981-83.......................... 154.1 9. Joe Garofalo, 1993-94.......................... 153.8 10. A.J. Bernhardt, 1997-98........................ 144.7

1. Ryan Leadingham, 2002........................... 220 2. Ryan Leadingham, 2001........................... 214 3. Tony Corbin, 1995.................................... 180 4. Ricky Ray, 1999........................................ 179 5. Tony Corbin, 1996.................................... 171 6. Ricky Ray, 2000........................................ 168 7. Jason Smith, 2007.................................... 162 8. Ryan Leadingham, 2004........................... 160 9. Drew Wyant, 1989 .................................. 158 10. Mike Lippi, 1970 ..................................... 157

Completion Percentage (Min. 100 attempts)

1. Ricky Ray, 2000....................... .622 (168-270) 2. Ricky Ray, 1999....................... .615 (179-291) 3. Ryan Leadingham, 2002.......... .591 (220-372) 4. Tony Trosin, 1988.................... .584 (118-202) 5. McLeod Bethel-Thompson, 2009. .582 (64-110) 6. Bobby Fresques, 1991................ .578 (89-154) 7. Ryan Leadingham, 2003............ .577 (64-111) Joe Garofalo, 1994................. .577 (143-248) 9. Jason Smith, 2009................... .575 (142-247) 10. Greg Knapp, 1986 ................. .566 (111-196)

Yards

1. Ryan Leadingham, 2002........................ 2,785 2. Ryan Leadingham, 2001........................ 2,752 3. Tony Corbin, 1995................................. 2,532 4. Ricky Ray, 1999..................................... 2,422 5. Tony Corbin, 1996................................. 2,334 6. Drew Wyant, 1989 ............................... 2,280 7. Ricky Ray, 2000..................................... 2,200 8. Mike Sullivan, 1982............................... 2,167 9. Greg Knapp, 1984 ............................... 2,083 10. Bobby Fresques, 1992 .......................... 2,015

Passing Touchdowns 1. 2. 5. 9.

Ricky Ray, 1999.......................................... 20 Ryan Leadingham, 2001............................. 17 Tony Corbin, 1996...................................... 17 Tony Corbin, 1995...................................... 17 Jason Smith, 2007...................................... 16 Drew Wyant, 1989 .................................... 16 Greg Knapp, 1984 .................................... 16 Mike Lippi, 1969 ....................................... 16 Ryan Leadingham, 2002............................. 15 Bobby Fresques, 1992 ............................... 15 Tony Trosin, 1988....................................... 15 Mike Sullivan, 1982.................................... 15

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1. Ricky Ray, 1999..................................... 148.6 2. Tony Trosin, 1988.................................. 146.5 3. Mike Lippi, 1969................................... 144.8 4. Bobby Fresques, 1991............................ 142.2 5. Ricky Ray, 2000..................................... 142.1 6. Ryan Leadingham, 2003........................ 141.2 7. Jason Smith, 2008................................. 135.5 8. Mike Sullivan, 1982............................... 135.3 9. Joe Garofalo, 1994............................... 134.7 10. Mike Sullivan, 1983............................... 133.4

Yards Per Pass (Min. 100 attempts) 1. 2. 4. 7. 8. 9.

Mike Sullivan, 1982................................... 8.4 Ricky Ray, 1999......................................... 8.3 Bobby Fresques, 1991................................ 8.3 Ricky Ray, 2000......................................... 8.1 Joe Garofalo, 1994................................... 8.1 Phil Hickey, 1986....................................... 8.1 Tony Trosin, 1988...................................... 8.0 Ryan Leadingham, 2003............................ 7.9 Bobby Fresques, 1992................................ 7.8 Drew Wyant, 1989.................................... 7.8

Yards Per Game (Min. 5 games)

1. Drew Wyant, 1989................................ 253.3 2. Ryan Leadingham, 2001........................ 250.2 3. Ricky Ray, 1999..................................... 242.2 4. Tony Corbin, 1996................................. 234.4 5. Ryan Leadingham, 2002........................ 232.1 6. Tony Trosin, 1988.................................. 231.9 7. Tony Corbin, 1995................................. 230.2 8. Jason Smith, 2008................................. 202.7 9. Bobby Fresques, 1992............................ 201.5 10. Joe Garofalo, 1994............................... 200.3

Misc. Records

Yards by a Freshman — Ryan Leadingham, 2001........................ 2,752 Touchdowns by a Freshman — Ryan Leadingham, 2001............................. 17

Game

Attempts

1. Lyle James at SF State (10/19/68)............... 54 2. Jason Smith vs. UC Davis (11/3/08)............ 52 3. Jason Smith vs. Montana (10/13/08).......... 50 Tyler Jesse at Portland State (11/2/96)......... 50 Aaron Garcia at CSN (10/16/93).............. 50 6. Jason Smith vs. Montana (10/24/09).......... 46 7. Tony Corbin vs. EWU (10/12/96)............... 45 Tony Corbin vs. Saint Mary’s (11/4/95)....... 45 Tony Corbin at EWU (9/16/95)................... 45 10. Marcel Marquez at Idaho State (11/4/06)... 44 Ricky Ray vs. No. Arizona (10/23/99)........ 44

Completions 1. 2. 4. 5. 7. 8.

Tony Corbin vs. Saint Mary’s (11/4/95)....... 33 Jason Smith vs. Montana (10/24/09).......... 31 Lyle James at SF State (10/19/68)............... 31 Jason Smith vs. Eastern Wash. (10/27/07).. 29 Ricky Ray vs. No. Arizona (10/23/99)........ 28 Aaron Garcia at CSN (10/16/93).............. 28 Jason Smith vs. Eastern Wash. (9/26/09).... 26 Marcel Marquez at Idaho State (11/4/06)... 25 Marcel Marquez at NAU (10/21/06).......... 25 Blake Mori vs. Eastern Wash. (10/25/03).... 25 Joe Garofalo at Portland State (10/22/94).. 25

300-Yard Passers

1. Tony Corbin vs. Saint Mary’s (11/4/95)..... 406 2. Drew Wyant at Santa Clara (10/14/89).... 397 3. Marcel Marquez at Idaho State (11/4/06). 396 Jason Smith vs. Eastern Wash. (10/27/07)...396 5. A.J. Bernhardt vs. UC Davis (9/20/97)...... 383 6. Tony Corbin vs. Cal Poly (11/23/96)......... 377 Ricky Ray vs. UC Davis (9/18/99)............. 377 8. Ryan Leadingham at NAU (11/10/01)...... 374 9. Tony Trosin vs. Portland State (10/29/88).. 367 10. Ryan Leadingham vs. Idaho St. (9/27/03). 366 11. Tony Corbin vs. EWU (10/12/96)............. 361 12. Tony Corbin vs. So. Utah (11/11/95)........ 354 13. Mike Lippi at CS Hayward (10/31/70)...... 352 14. Aaron Garcia at CSN (10/16/93)............ 348

15. Ricky Ray vs. CSN (11/4/00).................... 344 16. Ricky Ray vs. No. Arizona (10/23/99)...... 343 17. Greg Knapp at UC Davis (11/17/84)........ 341 18. Ryan Leadingham at Weber St. (9/29/01). 338 19. Drew Wyant vs. Chico State (9/9/86)........ 336 Marcel Marquez at NAU (10/21/06)........ 336 21. Joe Garofalo at Portland St. (10/22/94).... 332 22. Aaron Garcia at Cal Poly (10/23/93)....... 331 23. Bobby Fresques at Pacific (9/8/90)............ 329 24. R. Leadingham vs. Humboldt St. (11/23/02)...324 25. Tony Corbin at EWU (9/16/95)................. 323 Jason Smith vs. Montana (10/24/09)........ 323 27. Mike Sullivan at CS Hayward (10/9/82).... 320 Mike Sullivan at Humboldt St. (10/22/83).. 320 Jason Smith vs. Eastern Wash. (9/26/09).. 320 30. Drew Wyant at Portland State (10/28/89).316 31. Ryan Leadingham at CSN (11/3/01)......... 314 32. Mike Sullivan at Chico State (10/24/81).... 313 33. Ryan Leadingham at PSU (11/24/01)........ 312 34. Jason Smith vs. Portland State (9/27/08)... 307 35. Bobby Fresques at CSN (11/16/91).......... 306 Aaron Garcia vs. So. Utah (11/20/93)...... 306 37. A.J. Bernhardt vs. Idaho State (10/4/97)... 305 R. Leadingham vs. Weber St. (11/16/02).. 305 39. Tony Corbin vs. UC Davis (10/28/95)........ 302 40. Tyler Jesse at Portland State (11/2/96)....... 301

Passing Touchdowns 1. 2.

Ryan Leadingham vs. Idaho St. (9/27/03)..... 6 Jason Smith vs. Northern Colo. (11/15/08)... 4 Ryan Leadingham at CSN (11/3/01)............. 4 Ricky Ray at Montana (9/11/99)................... 4 Tony Corbin vs. Cal Poly (11/23/96)............. 4 Tyler Jesse at Portland State (11/2/96)........... 4 Drew Wyant vs. Chico State (9/9/89)............ 4 Tony Trosin vs. NC Central (11/26/88).......... 4 Rich Bergstrom vs. Puget Sound (11/22/69)... 4 Mike Lippi vs. Nevada (10/18/69)................ 4

Longest Pass Play —

99 (TD) - Aaron Garcia to Greg Ochoa at Cal Poly (10/23/93)

Aaron Garcia4

Became the first professional quarterback to throw 900 career touchdowns. Also holds the Arena League record for TDs in a game and is second in all-time passing yards.

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RUSHING RECORDS Career

10. Pedro Lewis 1991 1992 1. Charles Roberts Att Yards Avg TD 1997 139 587 4.2 1 1993 total 1998 386 2,260 5.9 19 1999 303 2,082 6.9 22 11. Tyronne Gross 2000 296 1,624 5.5 14 2002 total 1,124* 6,553 5.8 56 2003 * NCAA Division I-AA/FCS Record 2004 total 2. John Farley Att Yards Avg TD 1980 177 931 5.3 4 12. John Scorza 1981 161 716 4.4 3 1967 1982 189 1,137 6.0 13 1968 1983 199 1,078 5.4 10 total total 726 3,862 5.3 30 13. Ed Bueno 3. Donald Hair Att Yards Avg TD 1988 1985 161 1,097 6.8 11 1989 1986 123 653 5.3 7 total 1987 62 308 5.0 3 14. Derard Barton 1988 157 717 4.6 9 1999 total 503 2,775 5.5 30 2000 4. Troy Mills Att Yards Avg TD 2001 1990 203 1,103 5.4 8 2002 1991 223 1,668 7.5 17 total total 426 2,771 6.5 25 15. Rick Combs 5. Rob Harrison Att Yards Avg TD 1971 1985 94 590 6.1 2 1972 1986 179 1,334 7.5 9 total total 273 1,924 7.0 11 16. Don Lewis 6. Bryan Hilliard Att Yards Avg TD 1971 2007 154 826 5.4 7 1972 2008 237 1,082 4.6 12 total total 391 1,908 4.9 19

Yards

7. Ryan Mole 2004 2005 total

Att Yards Avg TD 146 858 5.9 5 171 768 4.5 2 317 1,626 5.1 7

8. Mark Schutz 1984 1985 total

Att Yards Avg TD 223 1,064 4.8 10 79 507 6.4 3 302 1,571 5.2 13

9. George Sula 1974 1975 total

Att Yards Avg TD 270 1,084 4.0 10 116 457 3.9 2 386 1,541 4.0 12

Att Yards Avg TD 75 376 5.0 3 198 858 4.3 9 50 253 5.1 1 323 1,487 4.6 13 Att Yards Avg TD 100 420 4.2 5 167 812 4.9 8 81 216 2.7 3 348 1,448 4.2 16 Att Yards Avg TD 204 683 3.3 10 166 674 4.1 5 370 1,357 3.7 15 Att Yards Avg TD 110 555 5.0 4 158 704 4.5 2 268 1,259 4.7 6 Att Yards Avg TD 55 231 4.2 2 33 142 4.3 0 136 606 4.5 6 45 216 4.8 1 269 1,195 4.4 9 Att Yards Avg TD 140 650 4.6 7 153 538 3.5 2 293 1,188 4.1 9 Att Yards Avg TD 96 476 5.0 2 187 687 3.7 5 283 1,163 4.1 7

T17. Michael Stewart Att Yards Avg TD 1995 262 1,161 4.4 5 total 262 1,161 4.4 5 T17. Garrett White 1998 2000 2001 2002 total

Att Yards Avg TD 54 79 1.5 4 26 152 5.8 3 11 43 3.9 1 189 887 4.7 8 280 1,161 4.1 16

19. Arie Joseph 1992 1993 total

Att Yards Avg TD 60 249 4.2 2 140 658 4.7 4 200 907 4.5 6

20. Troy Gassaway Att Yards Avg TD 1993 29 85 2.9 1 1994 192 811 4.2 10 total 221 896 4.1 11

Attempts

1. Charles Roberts, 1997-2000.................1,124* 2. John Farley, 1980-83 .............................. 726 3. Donald Hair, 1985-88 ............................. 503 4. Troy Mills, 1990-91.................................. 426 5. Bryan Hilliard, 2007-pres......................... 391 6. George Sula, 1974-75.............................. 386 7. John Scorza, 1967-68.............................. 370 8. Tyronne Gross, 2002-04........................... 348 9. Pedro Lewis, 1991-93 ............................. 323 10. Ryan Mole, 2004-05................................. 317 11. Mark Schutz, 1984-85 ............................ 302 12. Rick Combs, 1971-72............................... 293 13. Don Lewis, 1971-72.................................. 283 14. Garrett White, 1998, 2000-02.................. 280 15. Rob Harrison, 1985-86............................. 273 16. Deard Barton, 1999-2002......................... 269 17. Ed Bueno, 1988-89.................................. 268 18. Ryan Leadingham, 2001-04...................... 262 Michael Stewart, 1995.............................. 262 Ray Williams, 1975-76............................. 262 * NCAA Div. I-AA/FCS Record

Touchdowns

1. Charles Roberts, 1997-2000....................... 56 2. John Farley, 1980-83 ................................ 30 Donald Hair, 1985-88 ............................... 30 4. Troy Mills, 1990-91.................................... 25 5. Bryan Hilliard, 2007-pres........................... 19 6. Tyronne Gross, 2002-04............................. 16 Garrett White, 1998-2002.......................... 16 8. Ricky Ray, 1999-2000................................ 15 John Scorza, 1967-68................................ 15 10. Lyle James, 1966-68................................... 14

CHARLES ROBERTS Three-time All-American • 6,553 career rushing yards • 2,260 yards in 1998 • 409 yards in a game • 13 200-yard games* 29 100-yard games • 16-straight 100-yard games* • 56 career touchdowns • * NCAA Div. I-AA/FCS Record 87 HORNETSPORTS.COM | THE OFFICIAL WEBSITE OF SACRAMENTO STATE ATHLETICS


2010 SACRAMENTO STATE FOOTBALL RECORD BOOK Yards Per Carry (Minimum 150 carries)

1. Rob Harrison, 1985-86 ........................... 7.05 2. Troy Mills, 1990-91................................. 6.50 3. Charles Roberts, 1997-2000.................... 5.83 4. Donald Hair, 1985-88 ............................ 5.52 5. John Farley, 1980-83 ............................. 5.32 6. Mark Schutz, 1984-85............................. 5.20 7. Ryan Mole, 2004-05................................ 5.13 8. Brian Hilliard, 2007-pres......................... 4.88 9. Chris Cavote, 1986-87............................. 4.83 10. Steve Buccellato, 1987-90........................ 4.82

Yards Per Game (Minimum 10 games)

1. Charles Roberts, 1997-2000.................. 156.0 2. Troy Mills, 1990-91............................... 138.6 3. Michael Stewart, 1995........................... 105.5 4. Bryan Hilliard, 2007-pres...................... 100.4 5. Ryan Mole, 2004-05................................ 90.3 6. John Farley, 1980-83............................... 89.8 7. Rob Harrison, 1985-86............................ 87.5 8. George Sula, 1974-75............................. 73.4 9. Mark Schutz, 1984-85............................. 71.4 10. Ed Bueno, 1988-89................................. 69.9

Season

Yards Per Game (Minimum 5 games)

1. Charles Roberts, 1998............................ 205.5 2. Charles Roberts, 1999............................ 189.3 3. Troy Mills, 1991..................................... 166.8 4. Charles Roberts, 2000............................ 147.6 5. Rob Harrison, 1986............................... 121.3 6. Troy Mills, 1990..................................... 110.3 7. Bryan Hilliard, 2008.............................. 108.2 8. Michael Stewart, 1995........................... 105.5 9. John Farley, 1982................................. 103.4 10. Tyronne Gross, 2003.............................. 101.5

Yards Per Carry (Minimum 100 carries)

1. Troy Mills, 1991 ...................................... 7.48 2. Rob Harrison, 1986................................. 7.45 3. Charles Roberts, 1999.............................. 6.87 4. Donald Hair, 1985................................... 6.81 5. John Farley, 1982.................................... 6.02 6. Ryan Mole, 2004..................................... 5.88 7. Charles Roberts, 1998.............................. 5.85 8. Manatel Williams, 1969........................... 5.71 9. Charles Roberts, 2000.............................. 5.49 10. Troy Mills, 1990 ...................................... 5.43

Misc. Rushing Records

Attempts

1. Charles Roberts, 1998............................... 386 2. Charles Roberts, 1999............................... 303 3. Charles Roberts, 2000............................... 296 4. George Sula, 1974................................... 270 5. Michael Stewart, 1995 ............................. 262 6. Bryan Hilliard, 2008................................ 237 7. Mark Schutz, 1984................................... 223 Troy Mills, 1991 ....................................... 223 9. John Scorza, 1967.................................... 204 10. Troy Mills, 1990........................................ 203

Yards

1. Charles Roberts, 1998............................ 2,260 2. Charles Roberts, 1999............................ 2,082 3. Troy Mills, 1991 .................................... 1,668 4. Charles Roberts, 2000............................ 1,624 5. Rob Harrison, 1986............................... 1,334 6. Michael Stewart, 1995 .......................... 1,161 7. John Farley, 1982.................................. 1,137 8. Troy Mills, 1990 .................................... 1,103 9. Donald Hair, 1985................................. 1,097 10. George Sula, 1974................................ 1,084

Yards by a Freshman — Donald Hair (1985)...................................... 1,097 Touchdowns by a Freshman — Donald Hair (1985)........................................... 11 Yards By a Quarterback — Ryan Leadingham (2001)................................ 203 Touchdowns By a Quarterback — Ricky Ray (2000).............................................. 10

Single Game Attempts 1. 2. 3. 5.

Charles Roberts vs. Montana (11/14/98)..... 43 Charles Roberts at NAU (10/24/98)........... 42 Charles Roberts vs. CSN (10/17/98)........... 41 Michael Stewart vs. Texas State (10/14/95). 41 Bryan Hilliard at Idaho State (11/22/08).... 40 Charles Roberts at MSU (9/26/98).............. 40

Yards

1. Charles Roberts vs. ISU (11/6/99)..................409 2. Charles Roberts vs. MSU (9/25/99)...............277 3. Bryan Hilliard at Idaho State (11/22/08).......271 4. Charles Roberts at NAU (10/24/98)..............269 5. Rob Harrison at So. Utah (10/25/86).............268 6. Charles Roberts at MSU (9/26/98)................251 7. Rob Harrison at Humboldt State (9/27/86).....247 8. Charles Roberts vs. EWU (10/31/98).............246 9. Ryan Mole vs. Montana State (11/6/04).........245 10. Bryan Hilliard vs. Idaho State (11/17/07).....243

Touchdowns 1. 2.

Charles Roberts vs. Idaho State (11/6/99)..... 5 Bryan Hilliard at Idaho State (11/22/08)...... 4 Charles Roberts vs. Montana State (9/25/99).4 Charles Roberts at No. Arizona (10/24/98)... 4 John Farley at CS Northridge (9/14/82)........ 4 Jeff Truisdale vs. CS Northridge (11/10/79)... 4

Consecutive 200-Yard Games 1. Charles Roberts (10/17-11/7/98)................. 4 2. Charles Roberts (9/18-10/2/99)................... 3 3. Charles Roberts (9/2-9/9/00)....................... 2 Consecutive 100-Yard Games 1. Charles Roberts (9/5/98-10/2/99)............. 16 2. Troy Mills (8/31-11/16/91)........................ 10 3. Charles Roberts (11/6/99-9/30/00)............. 7 4. Four Players.................................................. 4 Last, Bryan Hilliard (11/3/07-8/30/08)

Touchdowns 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Charles Roberts, 1999................................. 22 Charles Roberts, 1998................................. 19 Troy Mills, 1991 ......................................... 17 Charles Roberts, 2000................................. 14 John Farley, 1982....................................... 13 Bryan Hilliard, 2008.................................. 12 Donald Hair, 1985...................................... 11 Ricky Ray, 2000.......................................... 10 Troy Gassaway, 1994................................. 10 Mark Schutz, 1984..................................... 10 John Farley, 1983....................................... 10 George Sula, 1974..................................... 10 John Scorza, 1967...................................... 10

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100-YARD RUSHING GAMES 1. Charles Roberts vs. Idaho State (11/6/99)................ 409 2. Charles Roberts vs. Montana State (9/25/99)........... 277 3. Bryan Hilliard at Idaho State (11/22/08)................. 271 4. Charles Roberts at Northern Arizona (10/24/98)...... 269 5. Rob Harrison at Southern Utah (10/25/86).............. 268 6. Charles Roberts at Montana State (9/26/98)............ 251 7. Rob Harrison at Humboldt State (9/27/86)............... 247 8. Charles Roberts vs. Eastern Wash. (10/31/98).......... 246 9. Ryan Mole vs. Montana State (11/6/04)................... 245 10. Bryan Hilliard vs. Idaho State (11/17/07)............... 243 11. Charles Roberts at Idaho State (11/7/98)................. 242 12. Charles Roberts vs. Cal Poly (9/9/00)....................... 240 Tyronne Gross vs. Idaho State (9/27/03).................. 240 14. Troy Mills vs. Southern Utah (10/26/91)................... 239 15. Charles Roberts vs. CS Northrdige (10/17/98)......... 231 16. Charles Roberts vs. Cal Poly (9/12/98)..................... 222 17. Charles Roberts at Weber State (10/2/99)................ 220 18. Charles Roberts at Saint Mary’s (9/2/00).................. 219 19. John Farley vs. Chico State (10/25/80).................... 215 20. Charles Roberts vs. UC Davis (9/18/99)................... 211 21. Charles Roberts vs. Northern Arizona (10/23/99).... 204 22. Ryan Mole vs. Azusa Pacific (10/8/05).................... 202 23. Jim Wheeler vs. Cal Poly Pomona (1968).................. 195 24. Troy Mills at Pacific (8/31/91)................................. 193 25. Charles Roberts vs. Saint Mary’s (9/4/99)................ 188 26. Charles Roberts at Northern Arizona (11/11/00)...... 187 27. Troy Mills vs. UC Davis (10/5/91)............................ 185 Charles Roberts at Portland State (10/10/98)........... 185 29. Charles Roberts vs. Portland State (11/1/97)............ 183 Garrett White vs. Cal Poly (9/21/02)....................... 183 31. Troy Mills at Chico State (10/12/91)........................ 181 32. Terrance Dailey vs. Idaho State (10/10/09).............. 178 33. Troy Mills at Santa Clara (11/9/91)......................... 177 Ryan Mole at Montana (11/13/04).......................... 177 35. Charles Roberts vs. Montana (11/14/98)................. 176 36. John Farley at CS Northridge (9/4/82)..................... 175 37. Troy Mills at UC Davis (9/22/90)............................. 173 38. Arie Joseph vs. CS Hayward (9/4/93)...................... 172 39. Bryan Hilliard vs. Northern Colo. (11/15/08).......... 171 40. Rob Harrison vs. Portland State (10/18/86).............. 169 41. Bryan Hilliard at Northern Colo. (11/10/07)........... 168 42. Pedro Lewis vs. Portland State (10/31/92)................ 167 Charles Roberts at CS Northridge (10/16/99).......... 167 44. Pedro Lewis vs. Montana State (9/5/92)................... 166 Daimon Shelton vs. Weber State (11/9/96).............. 166 46. Pedro Lewis vs. CS Hayward (9/4/93)...................... 161 Michael Stewart at CS Northridge (11/18/95).......... 161 Evander Wilkins vs. Southern Oregon (9/13/08)...... 161 49. John Farley vs. Sonoma State (9/11/82)................... 160 50. Troy Mills vs. Morris Brown (10/27/90).................... 158 51. Troy Mills at Portland State (11/2/91)...................... 157 Charles Roberts at UC Davis (9/18/98) ................... 157 Charles Roberts vs. CS Northridge (11/4/00)........... 157 55. Michael Stewart vs. Chico State (9/23/95)............... 156 55. John Farley at Cal Poly (11/22/80).......................... 155 John Farley vs. San Francisco State (10/10/81)........ 155 Rob Harrison vs. CS Northridge (11/16/85)............. 155 Charles Roberts at Idaho State (9/23/00)................. 155 59. Mark Schutz at Chico State (10/20/84).................... 154 Charles Roberts vs. Weber State (9/30/00)............... 154 61. Fred Douglas vs. Humboldt State (11/15/80)............ 152 62. Charles Roberts vs. Weber State (10/3/98)............... 151 Tyronne Gross at Eastern Wash. (10/26/02)............. 151 64. Mark Schutz vs. Saint Mary’s (9/22/84)................... 149 65. Michael Stewart vs. UC Davis (10/28/95)................ 148 66. Troy Mills at Abilene Christian (9/21/91).................. 144 67. Donald Hair vs. Cal Poly (11/2/85)......................... 143 68. John Farley at Cal Poly Pomona (9/20/80)............... 142 69. John Farley vs. Saint Mary’s (9/25/82)..................... 141 Arie Joseph vs. Saint Mary’s (10/9/93).................... 141 Travon Jones at Montana State (10/20/07)............... 141 72. John Farley at CS Hayward (10/9/82)..................... 140 Rob Martinson vs. NC Central (11/26/88)................ 140

74. Troy Mills at Montana State (9/14/91)...................... 139 75. Michael Stewart vs. Texas State (10/14/95).............. 138 76. Mark Schutz at CS Hayward (11/10/84).................. 137 Ed Bueno vs. Southern Utah (9/30/89)..................... 137 Troy Mills at Southern Utah (10/6/90)...................... 137 Derard Barton at Weber State (9/29/01).................. 137 80. Tyronne Gross at Cal Poly (9/13/03)......................... 135 81. Tyronne Gross vs. Saint Mary’s (9/6/03).................... 134 82. Donald Hair at Saint Mary’s (9/28/85).................... 133 Donald Hair vs. CS Northridge (11/22/86).............. 133 84. Kris Daniels vs. Montana State (11/5/05).................. 132 Ryan Mole at UC Davis (9/25/04)........................... 132 Donald Hair vs. UC Davis (11/23/85)...................... 132 Michael Stewart at Cal Poly (10/21/95)................... 132 Charles Roberts vs. Portland State (9/16/00)............ 132 89. Troy Mills vs. Cal Poly (10/19/91)............................ 131 90. Michael Stewart vs. Hofstra (10/7/95)..................... 130 Charles Roberts at Saint Mary’s (9/5/98).................. 130 Ryan Mole vs. Northern Arizona (10/1/05).............. 130 Travon Jones at Northern Colo. (10/10/07).............. 130 Sam McCowan vs. Northern Arizona (10/31/09).... 130 95. Donald Hair at Humboldt State (10/19/85).............. 128 96. Rob Harrison at Cal Poly (11/8/86)......................... 127 97. Rob Harrison vs. Chico State (10/26/85).................. 126 98. Donald Hair vs. Mesa College (9/26/87).................. 125 Bryan Hilliard vs. Portland State (9/27/08)............. 125 100. Daimon Shelton at Montana State (11/16/96).......... 124 101. Rob Harrison vs. UC Davis (11/23/85)..................... 123 Arie Joseph at San Francisco State (9/11/93)........... 123 103. John Farley vs. CS Northridge (11/7/81)................ 122 Troy Mills vs. CS Northridge (11/16/91)................ 122 Charles Roberts at Montana (9/11/99)................... 122 106. Rob Harrison vs. Santa Clara (10/11/86)............... 121 Donald Hair at Southern Utah (10/1/88)................ 121 Troy Mills at CS Northridge (10/20/90).................. 121 109. Donald Hair at Cal Lutheran (11/9/85).................... 120 110. Ed Bueno at West Texas State (9/2/89).................... 118 Charles Roberts at UC Davis (10/28/00)................. 118 112. Travon Jones at Portland State (9/15/07)................. 117 113. Pedro Lewis vs. Chico State (10/10/92)................... 115 Charles Roberts at Cal Poly (11/20/99)................... 115 Kris Daniels vs. Cal Poly (11/20/04)....................... 115 116. John Farley vs. Chico State (10/29/83).................... 114 Daimon Shelton at Northern Arizona (10/19/96).... 114 Ryan Mole vs. Southern Utah (9/18/04).................. 114 Tyronne Gross vs. Weber State (10/16/04).............. 114 120. Kendall Riley vs. Eastern Wash. (10/20/01)........... 113 121. Rob Harrison vs. Humboldt State (10/19/85)......... 111 Terrance Dailey at Portland State (10/3/09)........... 111 123. Donald Hair vs. Chico State (10/26/85)................ 110 Troy Gassaway at Chico State (9/24/94)............... 110 125. John Farley at Humboldt State (11/14/81)............. 109 Chris Cavote vs. Southern Utah (11/7/87)............. 109 Steve Buccellato vs. Chico State (9/9/89)............... 109 Troy Gassaway at Southern Utah (10/29/94)......... 109 Jake Croxdale vs. Southern Oregon (9/13/08)...... 109 130. John Farley vs. Humboldt State (10/23/82)............ 108 131. Chris Cavote vs. Cal Poly (10/24/87).................... 107 Ed Bueno at UC Davis (11/19/88)......................... 107 Jake Croxdale vs. Northern Colorado (11/7/09).... 107 134. Troy Mills at Cal Poly (10/13/90).......................... 105 Bryan Hilliard vs. UC Davis (11/3/07).................. 105 Bryan Hilliard vs. Humboldt State (8/30/08)......... 105 137. Dennis Taylor vs. CS Northridge (11/7/81)............ 104 Tyronne Gross vs. Northern Arizona (10/11/03).... 104 139. Evander Wilkins vs. Humboldt State (8/30/08)........ 103 140. Orlando Mayes vs. Humboldt State (9/27/86)........ 102 Garrett White vs. Humboldt State (11/23/02)......... 102 142. Dennis Taylor at Humboldt State (11/14/81).......... 101 Donald Hair at UC Davis (11/19/88)..................... 101 144. Donald Hair vs. Chico State (9/19/87).................. 100 Troy Gassaway vs. Montana State (10/1/94)......... 100 Bryan Hilliard vs. Northern Ariz. (9/28/07)........... 100

JOHN FARLEY

100-Yard Facts

Career 200-Yard Games

13 - Charles Roberts (Div. I-AA/FCS record) 2 - Rob Harrison, Bryan Hilliard, Ryan Mole 1 - John Farley, Tyronne Gross, Troy Mills

Career 100-Yard Games

29 - Charles Roberts; 15 - Troy Mills; 12 - John Farley; 11 - Donald Hair; 9 - Rob Harrison; 8 - Bryan Hilliard; 6 - Tyronne Gross, Ryan Mole, Michael Stewart; 4 - Pedro Lewis, Mark Schutz; 3 - Ed Bueno, Troy Gassaway, Travon Jones, Arie Joseph, Daimon Shelton; 2 - Chris Cavote, Jake Croxdale, Terrance Dailey, Kris Daniels, Dennis Taylor, Garrett White, Evander Wilkins; 1 - Derard Barton, Steve Buccellato, Fred Douglas, Rob Martinson, Sam McCowan, Orlando Mayes, Kendall Riley.

100-Yard Duos

Nov. 7, 1981 vs. Cal State Northridge John Farley (122) & Dennis Taylor (104) Nov. 14, 1981 at Humboldt State John Farley (109) & Dennis Taylor (101) Nov. 19, 1985 vs. Humboldt State Donald Hair (128) & Rob Harrison (111) Oct. 26, 1985 vs. Chico State Rob Harrions (126) & Donald Hair (110) Nov. 23, 1985 vs. UC Davis Donald Hair (132) & Rob Harrison (123) Sept. 27, 1986 vs. Humboldt State Rob Harrison (247) & Orlando Mayes (102) Nov. 19, 1986 at UC Davis Ed Bueno (107) & Donald Hair (101) Sept. 4, 1993 vs. Cal State Hayward Arie Joseph (172) & Pedro Lewis (161) Nov. 11, 2007 at Northern Colorado Bryan Hilliard (168) & Travon Jones (130) Aug. 30, 2008 vs. Humboldt State Bryan Hilliard (105) & Evander Wilkins (103) Sept. 13, 2008 vs. Southern Oregon Evander Wilkins (161) & Jake Croxdale (109)

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RECEIVING RECORDS Career Yards

1. Fred Amey 2001 2002 2003 2004 total

Rec Yards Avg TD 54 885 16.4 7 62 989 16.0 9 56 989 17.7 5 76 1,186 15.6 6 248 4,049 16.3 27

T2. Mike Carter 1968 1969 total

Rec Yards Avg TD 50 728 5.0 3 60 1,106 18.4 14 110 1,834 16.7 17

T2. Lamont Webb 1997 1998 1999 2000 total

Rec Yards Avg TD 11 125 11.4 2 17 264 15.5 2 39 609 15.6 5 52 836 16.1 7 119 1,834 15.4 16

4. Tony Washington Rec Yards Avg TD 2007 29 414 14.3 3 2008 83 1,279 15.4 12 total 112 1,693 15.1 15 5. Scott Towne 1997 1998 1999 2000 total

Rec Yards Avg TD 0 0 0.0 0 9 261 29.0 1 37 669 18.1 5 42 716 17.0 4 88 1,646 18.7 10

6. Kevin Fontes 1981 1982 total

Rec Yards Avg TD 17 261 15.4 0 52 1,207 23.2 6 69 1,468 21.3 6

7. Michael Johnson 1999 2000 2001 2002 total

Rec Yards Avg TD 6 65 10.8 0 11 139 12.6 0 50 747 14.9 5 32 469 14.7 1 99 1,420 14.3 6

8. Ron Weaver 1988 1989 total

Rec Yards Avg TD 37 626 16.9 1 43 745 17.3 4 80 1,371 17.1 5

9. Tom Jones 1969 1970 1971 total

Rec Yards Avg TD 38 549 14.4 6 37 518 14.0 1 16 267 16.7 2 91 1,334 14.7 9

T10. Lin Klinkhammer Rec Yards Avg TD 1985 43 562 13.1 3 1986 42 720 17.1 6 total 85 1,282 15.1 9 T10. Carlos Smith 1996 1997 total

90

Rec Yards Avg TD 53 738 13.9 4 33 544 16.5 2 86 1,282 14.9 6

12. Bill Yurong 1965 1966 1967 total

Rec Yards Avg TD 11 101 9.2 1 27 407 15.1 2 57 746 13.1 5 95 1,254 13.2 8

13. Chris Bowman 1969 1970 1971 total

Rec Yards Avg TD 5 32 6.4 0 51 800 15.7 8 22 417 19.0 3 78 1,249 16.0 11

14. Zebedee Brye 1987 1988 1989 total

Rec Yards Avg TD 21 339 16.1 0 21 400 19.0 6 19 494 26.0 5 61 1,233 20.2 11

15. Sheridan Mitchell Rec Yards Avg TD 1996 46 743 16.2 3 1997 28 474 16.9 2 total 74 1,217 16.4 5 16. Ryan Coogler 2004 2005 2006 2007 total

Rec Yards Avg TD 28 254 9.1 2 45 441 9.8 1 1 11 11.0 0 38 507 13.3 3 112 1,213 10.8 6

17. Tyrone Taylor 1996 1997 total

Rec Yards Avg TD 39 733 18.8 7 34 469 13.8 3 73 1,202 16.5 10

18. Gary Austin 1999 2000 2001 2002 total

Rec Yards Avg TD 26 257 9.9 2 23 241 10.5 1 39 492 12.6 0 15 165 11.0 0 103 1,155 11.2 3

19. Eric Harrington 1992 1993 total

Rec Yards Avg TD 34 451 13.3 6 43 659 15.3 9 77 1,110 14.4 15

20. Ottis Gillespie 1980 1982 total

Rec Yards Avg TD 24 572 23.8 3 30 517 17.2 2 54 1,089 20.2 5

Receptions

1. Fred Amey, 2001-04................................. 248 2. Lamont Webb, 1997-2000........................ 119 3. Tony Washington, 2007-08....................... 112 Ryan Coogler, 2004-05, 07....................... 112 5. Mike Carter, 1968-69 ............................. 110 6. Gary Austin, Jr., 1999-2002..................... 103 7. Michael Johnson, 1999-2002 .................... 99 8. Bill Yurong, 1965-67................................... 95 9. Donald Hair, 1985-88 ............................... 94 10. Tom Jones, 1969-71.................................... 91 11. Scott Towne, 1997-2000............................. 88 12. Carlos Smith, 1996-97................................ 86 13. Lin Klinkhammer, 1985-86.......................... 85 14. Dylan Lane, 2007-pres............................... 83 15. Kenan Smith, 2000-03................................ 80 Ron Weaver, 1988-89................................. 80 17. John Farley, 1980-83.................................. 79 18. Chris Bowman, 1969-71............................. 78 19. Eric Harrington, 1992-93............................ 77 20. Sheridan Mitchell, 1996-97......................... 74

Touchdowns

1. Fred Amey, 2001-04................................... 27 2. Mike Carter, 1968-69................................. 17 3. Lamont Webb, 1997-2000.......................... 16 4. Tony Washington, 2007-08......................... 15 Eric Harrington 1992-93............................ 15 6. Mark Young, 1986-88................................. 14 7. Mitch Oliver, 1995..................................... 11 Zebedee Brye, 1987-89 ............................. 11 Chris Bowman, 1969-71............................. 11 10. Scott Towne, 1997-2000............................. 10 Tyrone Taylor, 1996-97............................... 10

FRED AMEY

Two-time All-American 4,049 career receiving yards 248 career receptions 27 career receiving TDs 76 receptions in 2004 15 receptions in a game 17 100-yard games 6,343 career all-purpose yards

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1. Kevin Fontes, 1981-82 .......................... 21.28 2. Zebedee Brye, 1987-89 ........................ 20.21 3. Ottis Gillespie, 1980, 82........................ 20.17 4. Mitch Oliver, 1995................................ 20.16 5. Clint Primm, 1992................................ 19.02 6. Scott Towne, 1997-2000........................ 18.70 7. Michael Johnson, 1988-90..................... 18.50 8. Joe Little, 1991 ..................................... 18.28 9. Marvin Shelley, 1980-81........................ 18.12 10. Tim Jones, 1983-84.............................. 17.43

Yards Per Game (Minimum 15 games)

1. Fred Amey, 2001-04.............................. 94.16 2. Mike Carter, 1968-69............................ 90.29 3. Tony Washington, 2007-08.................... 73.61 4. Kevin Fontes, 1981-82........................... 66.27 5. Ron Weaver, 1988-89............................ 62.32 6. Carlos Smith, 1985-86........................... 58.27 Lin Klinkhammer, 1996-97..................... 58.27 8. Eric Harrington, 1992-93....................... 55.50 9. Sheridan Mitchell, 1996-97.................... 55.32 10. Lamont Webb, 1997-2000..................... 54.64

Season

Yards Per Catch (Minimum 25 receptions)

1. Kevin Fontes, 1982................................ 23.21 2. Jason Barnes, 2006............................... 22.25 3. James Ferguson, 1985 ......................... 20.92 4. Mitch Oliver, 1995................................. 20.16 5. Clint Primm, 1992.................................. 19.02 6. Cecil Williams, 1984 ........................... 18.94 7. Brian Sallee, 1983................................. 18.86 8. Tyrone Taylor, 1996............................... 18.79 9. Michael Parker, 1992............................. 18.59 10. Mike Carter, 1969................................. 18.43

Yards Per Game (Minimum 5 games)

1. Mike Carter, 1969............................... 110.60 2. Kevin Fontes, 1982.............................. 109.73 3. Fred Amey, 2004................................. 107.82 4. Tony Washington, 2008....................... 106.58 5. Mitch Oliver, 1995............................... 100.78 6. Fred Amey, 2003................................... 98.90 7. Clint Primm, 1992.................................. 95.10 8. Fred Amey, 2002................................... 89.91 9. Ron Weaver, 1989................................. 82.78 10. Fred Amey, 2001................................... 80.45

Receptions

1. Tony Washington, 2008.............................. 83 2. Fred Amey, 2004........................................ 76 3. Fred Amey, 2002........................................ 62 4. Mike Carter, 1969...................................... 60 5. Bill Yurong, 1967........................................ 57 6. Fred Amey, 2003........................................ 56 7. Fred Amey, 2001........................................ 54 Alex Estrada, 1995..................................... 54 9. Carlos Smith, 1996..................................... 53 10. Lamont Webb, 2000................................... 52 Kevin Fontes, 1982..................................... 52

Yards

Game

Receptions

1. Fred Amey at Eastern Wash. (10/30/04)..... 15 2. Tom Powell at SF State (10/19/68).............. 14 3. Tony Washington at Montana (10/18/08).... 12 Alex Estrada vs. So. Utah (11/11/95).......... 12 5. Fred Amey vs. No. Arizona (11/10/01)...... 11 6. Brandyn Reed vs. Montana (10/24/09)...... 10 Tony Washington at EWU (11/1/08)........... 10 Lamont Webb at No. Arizona (11/11/00)... 10 Eric Harrington at CSN (10/16/93)............. 10 10. Eight times.................................................... 9 (Tony Washington 2x, Tyrone Taylor 2x, Fred Amey, Chris Kelly, Carlos Smith, Stephan Richardson)

Yards

1. Alex Estrada vs. So. Utah (11/11/95)........ 228 2. Ron Weaver at Santa Clara (10/14/89).... 220 3. Tyrone Taylor vs. Weber State (11/9/96)... 201 4. Mike Carter vs. CS Hayward (11/1/69)..... 199 5. Mitch Oliver vs. UC Davis (10/28/95)....... 197 6. Carlos Smith vs. EWU (10/12/96)............. 189 7. Eric Harrington at Cal Poly (10/23/93)...... 186 8. Fred Amey vs. Idaho State (9/27/03)........ 180 Kevin Fontes at CP Pomona (9/18/82)....... 180 10. Tyrone Taylor at CSN (10/25/97).............. 179

Touchdowns Kevin Fontes

Carlos Smith

Tyrone Taylor

Tony Washington set the school record with 83 receptions in 2008. In just two years with the Hornets, Washington amassed 1,693 career yards, 112 receptions and 15 touchdowns. One of his biggest games came at UC Davis (below) where he caught three touchdowns to help the Hornets to a 29-19 victory.

1. 2.

Chris Kelly at Montana (9/11/99)................. 4 Tony Washington at UC Davis (11/8/08)....... 3 Mitch Oliver vs. UC Davis (10/28/95)........... 3 Eric Harrington vs. SFSU (9/11/93)............... 3 Eric Harrington vs. Abeline Christ. (9/8/92)... 3 Ron Weaver vs. NC Central (11/26/88)........ 3 Mike Carter vs. Nevada (10/18/69).............. 3 Mike Carter vs. Cal Poly Pomona (9/27/69).. 3

1. Tony Washington, 2008......................... 1,279 2. Kevin Fontes, 1982................................ 1,207 3. Fred Amey, 2004................................... 1,186 4. Mike Carter, 1969................................. 1,106 5. Fred Amey, 2003...................................... 989 Fred Amey, 2002...................................... 989 7. Clint Primm, 1992..................................... 951 8. Mitch Oliver, 1995.................................... 907 9. Fred Amey, 2001...................................... 885 10. Lamont Webb, 2000................................. 836

Touchdowns 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 8.

Mike Carter, 1969...................................... 14 Tony Washington, 2008.............................. 12 Mitch Oliver, 1995...................................... 11 Fred Amey, 2002.......................................... 9 Eric Harrington, 1993 .................................. 9 Clint Primm, 1992......................................... 8 Chris Bowman, 1970.................................... 8 Brandyn Reed, 2009.................................... 7 Fred Amey, 2001.......................................... 7 Lamont Webb, 2000..................................... 7 Tyrone Taylor, 1996...................................... 7 Joe Little, 1991 ............................................ 7 Mark Young, 1988 ....................................... 7 Mark Young, 1986 ....................................... 7 James Ferguson, 1985 ................................ 7 Marvin Shelley, 1981 .................................. 7

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1. Alex Estrada vs. Southern Utah (11/11/95)......... 228 2. Ron Weaver at Santa Clara (10/14/89).............. 220 3. Tyrone Taylor vs. Weber State (11/9/96).............. 201 4. Mike Carter vs. CS Hayward (1969)..................... 199 5. Mitch Oliver vs. UC Davis (10/28/95)................. 197 6. Carlos Smith vs. Eastern Wash. (10/12/96)......... 189 7. Eric Harrington at Cal Poly (10/23/93)................ 186 8. Fred Amey vs. Idaho State (9/27/03).................. 180 Kevin Fontes at Cal Poly Pomona (9/18/82)......... 180 10. Tyrone Taylor at CS Northridge (10/25/97)......... 179 11. Mike Carter vs. Humboldt State (1968)................. 177 12. Jason Barnes at UC Davis (11/18/06)................. 176 13. Clint Primm at UC Davis (10/3/92)...................... 174 14. Kevin Fontes at CS Northridge (9/14/82)............ 173 15. Mitch Oliver at Eastern Wash. (9/16/95)............. 171 16. Michael Johnson, Jr., at Weber State (9/29/01)... 169 17. Scott Towne at Eastern Wash. (10/30/99)............ 167 Scott Towne vs. UC Davis (9/18/99).................... 167 Ron Weaver vs. N.C. Central (11/26/88)............ 167 20. Fred Amey vs. Montana State (11/6/04).............. 165 21. Fred Amey vs. Northern Arizona (10/11/03)....... 164 22. Carlos Smith at Eastern Wash. (10/11/97).......... 163 Zebede Brye at Portland State (10/28/89)........... 163 24. Marvin Shelley at Chico State (10/24/81)............ 161 25. Fred Amey vs. Northern Arizona (11/10/01)....... 160 26. Tony Washington vs. Southern Ore. (9/13/08)..... 159 27. Tony Washington vs. Portland State (9/27/08)..... 158 Fred Amey vs. Southern Utah (9/18/04).............. 158 29. Lamont Webb at CS Northridge (10/16/99)........ 157 Carlos Smith vs. UC Davis (9/20/97)................... 157 31. Fred Amey at Eastern Wash. (10/30/04)............. 156 Michael Johnson at Pacific (9/8/90).................... 156 33. Andre Taylor at Northern Arizona (10/21/06)..... 155 34. Clint Primm at CS Northridge (11/17/92)............ 154 35. Fred Amey at Idaho State (9/28/02).................... 153 36. Lamont Webb at Northern Arizona (11/11/00)... 151 37. Kevin Fontes at UC Davis (11/13/82).................. 148 38. Tony Washington vs. Eastern Wash. (10/27/07)... 146 Michael Parker vs. Portland State (9/29/90)......... 146 Cecil Williams at UC Davis (11/17/84)............... 146 41. Michael Parker at CS Fullerton (9/26/92)............ 144 42. Sheridan Mitchell vs. UC Davis (9/20/97)............ 142 43. Brandyn Reed vs. Eastern Wash. (9/26/09)........ 141 Fred Amey vs. Cal Poly (11/20/04)..................... 141 Lin Klinkhammer at Chico State (10/4/86)........... 141 46. Kevin Fontes vs. Eastern Wash. (11/20/82).......... 140 47. Fred Amey vs. Cal Poly (9/21/02)....................... 139 Otis Gillespie at CS Hayward (10/9/82).............. 139 49. Lamont Webb at Idaho State (9/23/00)............... 138 50. Stephan Richardson vs. Saint Mary’s (11/4/95).... 137 51. Andre Taylor at Idaho State (11/4/06)................. 135 52. Brandyn Reed vs. UC Davis (11/21/09).............. 134 Fred Amey vs. Humboldt State (11/23/02)........... 134 Ron Weaver vs. Santa Clara (10/15/88)............. 134 55. Fred Amey vs. Eastern Wash. (10/25/03)............ 133 Kevin Fontes vs. San Francisco State (11/6/82).... 133 57. Chris Kelly at Cal Poly (11/20/99)...................... 132 Mark Young at Southern Utah (10/25/86)........... 132 59. Tony Washington at Montana (10/18/08)............. 130 Scott Towne vs. CS Northridge (11/4/00)............ 130 61. Fred Amey at Idaho State (10/23/04).................. 129 62. Doug Arlin at Portland State (10/22/94).............. 128 63. Scott Towne at UC Davis (10/28/00)................... 126 Brian Amos at Chico State (9/24/94).................. 126 65. Fred Amey at Cal Poly (9/8/01).......................... 123 Tyrone Taylor at Montana State (11/16/93)......... 123 Jermaine Hollie at CS Northridge (10/16/93)...... 123 Zebede Brye vs. Portland State (10/29/88).......... 123 69. Lamont Webb vs. UC Davis (9/18/99)................. 122 Jermaine Hollie vs. Cal Poly (10/16/93).............. 122 71. Ryan Coogler at Portland State (9/15/07)............ 121 Joe Little at Abilene Christian (9/21/91)............... 121 73. Eric Harrington vs. Abilene Christ. (9/18/92)....... 120

74. Sheridan Mitchell vs. Cal Poly (11/12/94)........... 119 Marlan Meggers vs. Pacific (10/22/88)............... 119 76. Sheridan Mitchell vs. Eastern Wash. (10/12/96).. 118 77. John Hendershott at Portland State (10/3/09)..... 117 Tony Washnigton at Northern Ariz. (10/4/08)..... 117 Tony Washington at Colorado State (9/6/08)....... 117 Clint Primm at CS Fullerton (9/26/92).................. 117 81. Jason Barnes at Idaho State (11/4/06)................ 116 Clint Primm vs. Chico State (10/10/92)................ 116 Zebede Brye vs. Chico State (9/9/89).................. 116 Ron Weaver vs. Portland State (10/29/88)........... 116 85. Sheridan Mitchell vs. Idaho State (10/4/97)......... 115 Greg Ochoa at Cal Poly (10/23/93)................... 115 Lin Klinkhammer at Southern Utah (10/25/86)..... 115 88. Tony Washington at Eastern Wash. (11/1/08)...... 114 Alex Estrada at Cal Poly (10/21/95)................... 114 90. Carlos Smith at Portland State (11/2/96)............. 113 91. Fred Amey at Cal Poly (9/13/03)........................ 112 92. Brandyn Reed vs. Montana (10/24/09).............. 111 Mitch Oliver vs. Saint Mary’s (11/4/95)............... 111 Brian McCullough at CS Northridge (10/20/90).. 111 Cecil Williams at Humboldt State (10/22/83)....... 111 96. Fred Amey vs. UC Davis (10/4/03)..................... 110 Eric Harrington at San Francisco State (9/11/93).110 Joe Little at Chico State (10/12/91)..................... 110 Tim Jones vs. Portland State (10/6/84)................. 110 100. Fred Amey vs. Weber State (11/16/02)............. 109 Lamont Webb vs. Montana (11/14/98)............. 109 Kevin Fontes vs. Humboldt State (10/23/82)...... 109 103. Donald Hair vs. Chico State (9/10/88).............. 108 104. Joe Little vs. UC Davis (10/5/91)....................... 107 Scott Towne vs. Weber State (9/30/00)............. 107 Ron Weaver at Southern Utah (10/1/88)........... 107 107. John Hendershott vs. NAU (10/31/09)............. 106 Fred Amey at Montana (11/13/04)................... 106 Michael Johnson, Jr., vs. Idaho St. (9/22/01)..... 106 Lamont Webb vs. Weber State (9/30/00).......... 106 Lin Klinkhammer vs. Santa Clara (10/11/86)..... 106 Carlos Smith vs. Cal Poly (11/23/96)................ 105 113. Jason Barnes at Montana (9/24/06)................. 104 Michael Johnson vs. Northern Ariz. (11/10/01).104 Tim Jones at Chico State (10/20/84)................. 104 116. Joe Little vs. CS Northridge (11/16/91)............. 103 117. Chris Kelly at Montana (9/11/99)..................... 102 118. Jermaine Hollie vs. Southern Utah (11/20/93).... 100 Clint Primm at Santa Clara (11/7/92)................ 100 Otis Gillespie at CS Northridge (9/14/82)......... 100

LAMONT WEBB

100-Yard Facts Career Games

17 - Fred Amey 7 - Tony Washington 6 - Kevin Fontes, Lamont Webb 5 - Clint Primm, Carlos Smith, Scott Towne, Ron Weaver 4 - Joe Little, Sheridan Mitchell 3 - Jason Barnes, Zebede Brye, Eric Harrington, Jermaine Hollie, Michael Johnson, Jr., Lin Klinkhammer, Mitch Oliver, Brandyn Reed, Tyrone Taylor 2 - Mike Carter, Alex Estrada, Otis Gillespie, John Hendershott, Tim Jones, Chris Kelly, Michael Parker, Andre Taylor, Cecil Williams 1 - Brian Amos, Doug Arlin, Ryan Coogler, Donald Hair, Michael Johnson, Brian McCullough, Marlan Meggers, Greg Ochoa, Stephan Richardson, Marvin Shelley, Mark Young

Duos

Nov. 4, 2006 at Idaho State Andre Taylor (135) & Jason Barnes (116) Nov. 10, 2001 vs. Northern Arizona Fred Amey (160) & Michael Johnson, Jr. (104) Sept. 30, 2000 vs. Weber State Scott Towne (107) & Lamont Webb (106) Sept. 18, 1999 vs. UC Davis Scott Towne (167) & Lamont Webb (122) Sept. 20, 1997 vs. UC Davis Carlos Smith (157) & Sheridan Mitchell (142) Nov. 23, 1996 vs. Cal Poly Carlos Smith (105) & Tyrone Taylor (105) Oct. 12, 1996 vs. Eastern Washington Carlos Smith (189) & Sheridan Mitchell (118) Nov. 4, 1995 vs. Saint Mary’s Stephan Richardson (137) & Mitch Oliver (111) Oct. 23, 1993 at Cal Poly Eric Harrington (186) & Greg Ochoa (115) Oct. 29, 1988 vs. Portland State Zebede Brye (123) & Ron Weaver (116) Oct. 25, 1986 at Southern Utah Mark Young (132) & Lin Klinkhammer (115) Sept. 14, 1982 at CS Northridge Kevin Fontes (173) & Otis Gillespie (100)

Scott Towne (above) and Lamont Webb (top right) are tied with Carlos Smith and Sheridon Mitchell with a pair of 100-yard games. Strangely, neither Towne or Webb began their Hornet career as rececivers. Webb was a running back and Towne a quarterback as freshmen.

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DEFENSIVE RECORDS Career Tackles

1. Ryland Wickman 1995 1996 1997 1998 total

UA AT Tot TFL 48 35 83 3.0 40 52 92 9.0 66 88 154 16.0 48 58 106 13.0 202 233 435 41.0

2. Cyrus Mulitalo 2005 2006 2007 2008 total

UA AT Tot TFL 11 11 22 1.0 56 64 120 11.5 36 62 98 13.5 45 51 96 6.0 148 188 336 32.0

3. Brett Shelton 2004 2005 2006 2007 total

UA AT Tot TFL 49 34 83 3.0 51 32 83 3.5 34 38 72 0.0 45 43 88 1.0 179 147 326 7.5

4. Matt Logue 2002 2003 2004 2005 total

UA AT Tot TFL 40 14 54 5.0 37 21 58 13.0 43 46 89 13.0 61 44 105 14.5 181 125 306 45.5

5. Mike Brannon 2005 2006 2007 2008 total

UA AT 30 24 24 30 47 34 43 26 144 114

6. Brent Webber 2004 2005 2006 2007 total

UA AT Tot TFL 25 31 56 4.0 33 31 64 2.0 29 27 56 3.0 30 43 73 0.0 117 132 249 9.0

7. Elton Gabourel 1998 1999 2000 2001 total

UA 36 50 56 19 161

AT Tot TFL 26 62 4.0 25 75 3.0 20 76 6.0 5 24 0.0 76 237 13.0

8. Camron Mbewa 2000 2001 2002 2003 total

UA 19 56 34 34 143

AT Tot TFL 19 38 0.0 32 88 7.0 15 49 1.0 27 61 5.0 93 236 13.0

9. Ramon Payne 2001 2002 2003 2004 total

UA 20 45 48 45 158

AT Tot TFL 5 25 0.0 18 63 1.0 13 61 4.0 18 63 6.0 54 212 11.0

10. Carlos Williams 1996 1998 1999 total

Tot TFL 54 11.0 54 11.0 81 18.0 69 12.5 258 52.5

UA AT Tot TFL 1 8 9 0.0 28 41 69 1.0 51 81 132 12.0 80 130 210 13.0

11. Tyson Butler 2003 2004 2005 2006 total

UA AT Tot TFL 5 4 9 1.0 24 32 56 3.5 28 31 59 9.5 28 50 78 10.0 85 117 202 24.0

12. Chad Johnson 1995 1996 1997 total

UA 36 30 35 101

AT Tot TFL 20 56 1.0 32 62 2.0 47 82 2.0 99 200 5.0

13. Lorenzo Lynch 1985 1986 total

UA 57 41 98

AT Tot TFL 49 106 7.0 48 89 1.0 97 195 8.0

14. Ryan Kroeker 2002 2003 total

UA 69 54 123

AT Tot TFL 36 105 5.0 34 88 10.0 70 193 15.0

15. Anthony Daisley UA 1999 51 2000 70 total 121

AT 38 30 68

16. Tommy Williams 1997 1998 1999 2000 total

UA 5 19 17 48 89

AT Tot TFL 8 13 0.0 43 62 1.0 17 34 2.0 23 71 9.0 91 180 12.0

17. Peter Buck 2007 2008 2009 total

UA 2 45 39 86

AT Tot TFL 12 14 0.0 39 84 2.5 41 80 4.5 92 178 7.0

18. Shane Scott 1997 1998 total

UA AT Tot TFL 28 41 69 7.0 37 61 98 9.0 65 102 167 16.0

19. Ed Canonico 1998 1999 2000 2001 total 20. Lee Turner 1998 1999 2000 2001 total

Matt Logue

Tot TFL 89 25.0 100 19.0 189 44.0

UA 0 45 18 47 110

AT Tot TFL 1 1 0.0 28 73 2.0 9 27 2.0 16 63 0.0 54 164 4.0

UA 15 6 23 39 83

AT Tot TFL 23 38 1.0 16 22 3.0 16 39 2.0 18 57 2.0 73 156 8.0

Mike Brannon

Brent Webber

Ryland Wickman (top), Cyrus Mulitalo (middle) and Brett Shelton (bottom) rank as the top three tacklers in school history.

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1. Ryland Wickman, 1995-98....................... 202 2. Matt Logue, 2002-05................................ 181 3. Brett Shelton, 2004-07.............................. 179 4. Elton Gabourel, 1998-2001...................... 161 5. Ramon Payne, 2001-04............................ 158 6. Cyrus Mulitalo, 2005-08........................... 148 7. Mike Brannon, 2005-08............................ 144 8. Camron Mbewa, 2000-03........................ 143 9. Ryan Kroeker, 2002-03............................. 123 10. Anthony Daisley, 1999-2000..................... 121

Tackles for Loss 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Mike Brannon, 2005-08........................... 52.5 Matt Logue, 2002-05............................... 45.5 Anthony Daisley, 1999-2000.................... 44.0 Ryland Wickman, 1995-98...................... 41.0 Cyrus Mulitalo, 2005-08.......................... 32.0 Christian Clark, 2006-pres....................... 25.5 Tyson Butler, 2003-06.............................. 24.0 Nick Echols, 1997-98.............................. 23.0 Damien Mason, 1994-96......................... 21.0 James Henderson, 2003-07...................... 21.0

Sacks

1. Mike Brannon, 2005-08........................... 27.5 2. Kelly Osborn, 1981-84............................ 25.5 3. Randy Rains, 1985-87............................. 19.5 4. Anthony Daisley, 1999-2000.................... 18.0 5. Christian Clark, 2006-pres....................... 16.0 Darren Arbet, 1983-85............................ 16.0 7. Damien Mason, 1994-96......................... 14.5 8. Jason Sandel, 1995-96............................ 12.5 9. Stuart Bailey, 1986.................................. 12.0 10. Junior Nua, 1988-89............................... 11.5

Interceptions

1. Pat Moloney, 1968-70................................ 20 2. Steve Tobias, 1967-68................................ 15 3. Marvin Brown, 1994-95.............................. 13 Bob Rocha, 1967-69................................... 13 5. Tim Brown, 1987-90................................... 12 6. Chad Johnson, 1995-97.............................. 10 Lorenzo Lynch, 1985-86.............................. 10 8. Brent Webber, 2004-07................................ 9 Brandon Coleman, 1999-2002...................... 9 10. Four tied....................................................... 7

Fumbles Forced (Div. I-AA/FCS Era)

1. Ryland Wickman, 1995-98........................... 7 2. Ramon Payne, 2001-04................................ 6 Anthony Daisley, 1999-2000......................... 6

Fumbles Recovered (Div. I-AA/FCS Era)

1. Kevin Moore, 2008-09.................................. 5 Matt Logue, 2002-05.................................... 5 Ryland Wickman, 1995-98........................... 5

Season

Game (Div. I-AA/FCS Era)

1. Ryland Wickman, 1997............................ 154 2. Rob Patton, 1990...................................... 136 3. Jimmy Ellingson, 2004.............................. 132 Carlos Williams, 1999.............................. 132 5. Cyrus Mulitalo, 2006................................ 120 6. Guy Pittman, 1982.................................... 116 7. Jerry Haflich, 1981................................... 113 8. Ryland Wickman, 1998............................ 106 Lorenzo Lynch, 1985................................. 106 10. Matt Logue, 2005..................................... 105 Ryan Kroeker, 2002.................................. 105

1. 2. 3. 4.

Tackles

Unassisted Tackles

1. Rob Patton, 1990........................................ 72 2. Anthony Daisley, 2000................................ 70 3. Ryan Kroeker, 2002.................................... 69 4. Ryland Wickman, 1997.............................. 66 5. Matt Logue, 2005....................................... 61 6. Lorenzo Lynch, 1985................................... 57 7. Jimmy Ellingson, 2004................................ 56 Elton Gabourel, 2000................................. 56 Camron Mbewa, 2001................................ 56 10. Ryan Kroeker, 2003.................................... 54

Tackles for Loss (Div. I-AA/FCS Era) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Anthony Daisley, 1999............................. 25.0 Anthony Daisley, 2000............................. 19.0 Mike Brannon, 2007................................ 18.0 Ryland Wickman, 1997........................... 16.0 Christian Clark, 2009.............................. 15.5 Matt Logue, 2005.................................... 14.5 Jacob Houston, 2004............................... 14.0 Cyrus Mulitalo, 2007............................... 13.5 Matt Logue, 2004.................................... 13.0 Matt Logue, 2003.................................... 13.0 Ryland Wickman, 1998........................... 13.0

Sacks

1. Anthony Daisley, 1999............................. 12.0 Jason Sandel, 1995................................. 12.0 Stuart Bailey, 1986.................................. 12.0 4. Randy Rains, 1986.................................. 11.5 Kelly Osborn, 1984................................. 11.5 6. Christian Clark, 2009.............................. 10.0 Jacob Houston, 2004............................... 10.0 Dustin Smith, 1998.................................. 10.0 9. Mike Brannon, 2007.................................. 9.5 10. Mike Brannon, 2008.................................. 9.0

Tackles

Ryland Wickman at EWU (10/11/97)......... 22 Cyrus Mulitalo vs. No. Colo. (10/28/06)..... 21 Jimmy Ellingson at Montana (11/13/04)...... 19 Jimmy Ellingson vs. So. Utah (9/18/04)....... 18 Ryland Wickman at CSN (10/25/97).......... 18

Sacks 1. 2. 4.

Christian Clark vs. NAU (10/31/09).......... 4.0 Mike Brannon vs. EWU (10/27/07)............ 3.5 Tyson Butler vs. EWU (10/29/05)............... 3.5 Christian Clark at Portland State (10/3/09).3.0 Mike Brannon at Montana (10/18/08)....... 3.0 Cyrus Mulitalo at Portland State (9/15/07). 3.0 Jacob Houston vs. Weber St. (10/16/04).... 3.0 Jacob Houston vs. So. Utah (9/18/04)........ 3.0 Anthony Daisley at Cal Poly (11/20/99)..... 3.0 Jason Sandel at Portland State (11/2/96)... 3.0

Tackles for Loss 1. 2.

Dan Rooney at Cal Poly (10/21/95)........... 6.0 Jacob Houston vs. Weber St. (10/16/04).... 5.0 Anthony Daisley vs. Saint Mary’s (9/4/99).. 5.0 Nick Echols at E. Washington (10/11/97)... 5.0 Victor Lopez at Portland State (11/2/96)..... 5.0

Interceptions 1. 3.

Ramon Payne at Idaho State (10/23/04)....... 3 Chad Johnson vs. Chico State (9/23/95)....... 3 Brent Webber vs. Weber State (10/7/06)...... 2 Ramon Payne vs. Weber State (10/16/04)..... 2 Robert Coleman at EWU (10/26/02)............. 2 Brandon Coleman at EWU (10/21/00).......... 2 Elton Gabourel vs. Weber State (9/30/00)..... 2 Carlos Williams at No. Arizona (10/24/98).. 2 Chad Johnson vs. Montana (9/28/96)........... 2 Wasswa Serwanga vs. Cal Poly (11/12/94).. 2 Marvin Brown at UC Davis (10/8/94)............ 2 Judd Fleming at Cal Poly (10/23/93)............. 2

Longest Interception Return

100 (td) - Othel Pearson vs. UCSB (10/12/63)

Interceptions 1. 2. 5. 8.

Steve Tobias, 1967...................................... 10 Pat Moloney, 1970........................................ 9 Pat Moloney, 1969........................................ 9 Bob Rocha, 1969.......................................... 9 Marvin Brown, 1994..................................... 7 Lorenzo Lynch, 1986..................................... 7 Marvin Welch, 1967..................................... 7 Brent Webber, 2006...................................... 6 Chad Johnson, 1996..................................... 6 Marvin Brown, 1995..................................... 6 Jerome Washington, 1980............................ 6 Mike Smith, 1974......................................... 6 Craig Johnson, 1969.................................... 6

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Year Name Tackles Name INT Name Sacks Name TFL 1981 Jerry Haflich 30-83-113 Jeff Caton 5 Not recorded --- Dave Green 19.0 1984 Randy Plumbtree 49-39-88 Tim Korte 4 Not recorded --- Tim Korte 11.0 Monti Meza 4 1985 Lorenzo Lynch 57-79-106 Lorenzo Lynch 3 Greg Dockweiller 8.5 Greg Dockweiller 14.0 Greg Dockweiller 3 Mark Albert 3 1986 Lorenzo Lynch 41-48-89 Lorenzo Lynch 7 Stuart Bailey 12.0 Randy Rains 15.5 1987 Gary Lunsford 50-50-100 Gary Lunsford 3 Dwayne Jackson 7.0 Randy Rains 13.5 Randy Rains 7.0 1988 Derek Stigerts 33-47-80 J.R. Richards 5 Ken Stinnett 6.0 John Kilgariff 10.0 1989 Keilan Matthews 39-36-75 Tim Brown 4 Junior Nua 6.0 Junior Nua 10.0 1990 Rob Patton 72-64-136 Anthony Anderson 4 Tim Price 3.0 Keba Weithrspoon 9.0 Rich Ferre 3.0 1991 Keba Weitherspoon 33-28-61 Aldin Barnett 2 Eric Palmberg 8.0 Eric Palmberg 11.0 1992 Rod McMasters 43-40-83 Kris Palmer 4 Jon Kirksey 5.0 Jon Kirksey 11.0 Steve Smith 5.0 1993 Lee Petit-Phar 53-30-83 Judd Fleming 4 Pete Tuiasosopo 4.0 Pete Tuiasosopo 8.0 1994 J.B. Cahoon 29-38-67 Marvin Brown 7 Damien Mason 5.0 1995 Ryland Wickman 48-35-83 Marvin Brown 6 Jason Sandel 12.0 Damien Mason 11.0 Dan Rooney 11.0 1996 Victor Lopez 49-46-95 Chad Johnson 6 Damien Mason 6.0 Victor Lopez 12.0 1997 Ryland Wickman 66-88-154 Keian Davis 2 Shane Scott 3.0 Ryland Wickman 16.0 Buster Henderson 2 Nick Echols 3.0 Damon Perasso 3.0 1998 Ryland Wickman 48-58-106 Carlos Williams 3 Dustin Smith 10.0 Ryland Wikman 13.0 Dannie Walker 3 1999 Carlos Williams 51-81-132 Ed Canonico 3 Anthony Daisley 12.0 Anthony Daisley 25.0 2000 Anthony Daisley 70-30-100 Elton Gabourel 4 Bilal Watkins 6.5 Anthony Daisley 19.0 Brandon Coleman 4 2001 Camron Mbewa 56-32-88 Brandon Coleman 4 Park McAllister 3.0 Park McAllister 9.0 2002 Ryan Kroeker 69-36-105 Robert Coleman 3 Brad Osterhout 5.5 Brad Osterhout 11.0 2003 Ryan Kroeker 54-34-88 Kevin Tennerson 4 Ben Fox 8.0 Matt Logue 13.0 2004 Jimmy Ellingson 56-76-132 Ramon Payne 5 Jacob Houston 10.0 Matt Logue 14.0 Jacob Houston 14.0 2005 Matt Logue 61-44-105 Brandon Smith 3 Tyson Butler 6.5 Matt Logue 14.5 2006 Cyrus Mulitalo 56-44-120 Brent Webber 6 Dallas Mauga 6.0 Cyrus Mulitalo 11.5 2007 Cyrus Mulitalo 36-62-98 Durrell Oliver 2 Mike Brannon 9.5 Mike Brannon 18.0 2008 Cyrus Mulitalo 45-51-96 Deionte Gordon 4 Mike Brannon 9.0 Mike Brannon 12.5 2009 Zach Schrader 50-53-103 Zach Schrader 4 Christian Clark 10.0 Christian Clark 15.5

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TOTAL OFFENSE/ALL-PURPOSE Total Offense Career Yards

1. Ryan Leadingham, 2001-04................... 8,455 2. Charles Roberts, 1997-2000.................. 6,613 3. Jason Smith, 2007-09............................ 5,332 4. Mike Sullivan, 1981-83.......................... 4,908 5. Ricky Ray, 1999-2000........................... 4,869 6. Tony Corbin, 1995-96............................ 4,805 7. Lyle James, 1966-68.............................. 4,062 8. John Farley, 1980-83............................. 3,862 9. Drew Wyant, 1986-89........................... 3,742 10. Greg Knapp, 1982-85........................... 3,638

Total Offense Per Game (min. 15 games)

1. Ricky Ray, 1999-2000........................... 231.9 2. Tony Corbin, 1995-96............................ 228.8 3. Ryan Leadingham, 2001-04................... 192.2 4. Jason Smith, 2007-09............................ 177.7 5. Bobby Fresques, 1990-92...................... 161.3 6. Joe Garofalo, 1993-94.......................... 159.8 7. Charles Roberts, 1997-2000.................. 157.5 8. Aaron Garcia, 1992-93......................... 154.5 9. Mike Sullivan, 1981-83.......................... 148.7 10. Mike Lippi, 1969-70.............................. 146.8

Touchdowns Responsible For

1. Charles Roberts, 1997-2000....................... 58 2. Ryan Leadingham, 2001-04........................ 53 3. Ricky Ray, 1999-2000................................ 48 4. Jason Smith, 2007-09................................. 43 5. Mike Sullivan, 1981-83............................... 38 6. Lyle James, 1966-68................................... 36 7. Tony Corbin, 1995-95................................. 35 8. John Farley, 1980-83.................................. 34 Donald Hair, 1985-88................................. 34 10. Greg Knapp, 1982-85................................ 33

Season Yards

1. Ryan Leadingham, 2001 ....................... 2,955 2. Ryan Leadingham, 2002........................ 2,816 3. Tony Corbin, 1995................................. 2,545 4. Ricky Ray, 1999..................................... 2,480 5. Ricky Ray, 2000 ................................... 2,389 6. Charles Roberts, 1998............................ 2,293 7. Tony Corbin, 1996................................. 2,260 8. Drew Wyant, 1989 ............................... 2,173 9. Mike Sullivan, 1982............................... 2,099 10. Charles Roberts, 1999............................ 2,082

Total Offense Per Game (min. 5 games)

1. Ryan Leadingham, 2001........................ 268.6 2. Ricky Ray, 1999..................................... 248.0 3. Tony Trosin, 1988.................................. 243.9 4. Drew Wyant, 1989................................ 241.4 5. Ryan Leadingham, 2002........................ 234.7 6. Tony Corbin, 1995................................. 231.4 7. Tony Corbin, 1996................................. 226.0 8. Ricky Ray, 2000..................................... 217.2 9. Charles Roberts, 1998............................ 208.5 10. Joe Garofalo, 1994............................... 206.6

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Total Offense Per Play (min. 50 plays)

1. Larry Rodericks, 1971.............................. 8.22 2. Troy Mills, 1991....................................... 7.48 3. Rob Harrison, 1986................................. 7.45 4. Tony Trosin, 1988.................................... 7.39 5. Ricky Ray, 1999....................................... 7.25 6. Bryan Pendergrast, 1988......................... 6.95 7. Phil Hickey, 1986..................................... 6.93 8. McLeod Bethel-Thompson, 2008............... 6.89 9. Charles Roberts, 1999.............................. 6.87 10. Donald Hair, 1985................................... 6.81

Touchdowns Responsible For 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Ricky Ray, 1999.......................................... 25 Ricky Ray, 2000.......................................... 23 Charles Roberts, 1999................................. 22 Troy Mills, 1991.......................................... 21 Charles Roberts, 1998................................. 20 Jason Smith, 2008...................................... 19 Tony Corbin, 1995...................................... 18 Ryan Leadingham, 2001............................. 17 Tony Corbin, 1996...................................... 17 Drew Wyant, 1986..................................... 17 Mike Sullivan, 1982.................................... 17

Game Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Tony Corbin vs. Saint Mary’s (11/4/95)..... 434 Charles Roberts vs. Idaho State (11/6/99). 409 Tony Corbin vs. Cal Poly (11/23/96)......... 377 Ricky Ray vs. UC Davis (9/8/99)............... 373 Ryan Leadingham vs. Idaho St. (9/27/03). 366

Touchdowns (Rush & Pass) 1. 3.

Ricky Ray vs. CSN (11/4/00)........................ 6 (3 rush/3 pass) Ryan Leadingham vs. Idaho St. (9/27/03)..... 6 (6 pass/0 rush) Charles Roberts vs. Idaho State (11/6/99)..... 5 (5 rush/0 pass)

7. John Farley, 1980-83............................. 104.8 8. Bryan Hilliard, 2007-pres...................... 103.9 9. Tyrone Taylor, 1996-97............................ 99.5 10. Rob Harrison, 1985-86............................ 96.3

Season Yards

1. Troy Mills, 1991..................................... 2,445 2. Charles Roberts, 1998............................ 2,430 3. Charles Roberts, 1999............................ 2,202 4. Charles Roberts, 2000............................ 1,825 5. Fred Amey, 2002................................... 1,812 6. Lamont Webb, 2000.............................. 1,797 7. Michael Stewart, 1995........................... 1,707 8. Fred Amey, 2003................................... 1,689 9. Troy Mills, 1990..................................... 1,625 10. Fred Amey, 2004................................... 1,490

Yards Per Game (min. 5 games)

1. Troy Mills, 1991..................................... 244.5 2. Charles Roberts, 1998............................ 220.9 3. Charles Roberts, 1999............................ 200.2 4. Fred Amey, 2003................................... 168.9 5. Charles Roberts, 2000............................ 165.9 6. Fred Amey, 2002................................... 164.7 7. Lamont Webb, 2000.............................. 163.4 8. Troy Mills, 1990..................................... 162.5 9. Michael Stewart, 1995........................... 155.2 10. Donald Hair, 1988................................. 147.0

Yards Per Attempt

Career: Troy Mills, 1990-91.............................. 8.1 Season: Troy Mills, 1991................................... 9.2

Game

Yards: Charles Roberts vs. Idaho St. (11/6/99).....409 (Rush 39-409, Rec 0-0, PR 0-0, KOR 0-0) Avg: James Ferguson vs. Humboldt St. (1985)......46.5 (Rush 1-28, Rec 2-98, PR 0-0, KOR 3-153)

All-Purpose Yards Career Yards

1. Charles Roberts, 1997-2000.................. 7,112 2. Fred Amey, 2001-04.............................. 6,343 3. Donald Hair, 1985-88............................ 4,629 4. John Farley, 1980-83............................. 4,506 5. Troy Mills, 1990-91............................... 4,070 6. Lamont Webb, 1997-00......................... 3,716 7. Ray Williams, 1975-76.......................... 2,580 8. Ryan Mole, 2004-05.............................. 2,226 9. Pedro Lewis, 1991-93............................ 2,190 10. Tyrone Taylor, 1996-97.......................... 2,189

Yards Per Game (min. 15 games) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Troy Mills, 1990-91............................... 203.5 Charles Roberts, 1997-2000.................. 169.3 Fred Amey, 2001-04.............................. 147.5 Ray Williams, 1975-76.......................... 129.0 Ryan Mole, 2004-05.............................. 123.7 Donald Hair, 1985-88............................ 115.7

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SCORING/KICKING RECORDS Scoring

Field Goals

Career Points

1. Charles Roberts, 1997-2000..................... 352 2. Scott Brown, 1996-99............................... 239 3. Donald Hair, 1985-88............................... 204 John Farley, 1980-83................................ 204 5. Juan Gamboa, 2005-08........................... 203 6. Fred Amey, 2001-04................................. 178 7. Troy Mills, 1990-91.................................. 176 8. Tyson Becker, 1992-95.............................. 146 9. Garrett White, 1998-2002........................ 128 10. Jim Crouch, 1990-91................................ 118

Touchdowns 1. 2. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Charles Roberts, 1997-2000....................... 57 Donald Hair, 1985-88 ............................... 34 John Farley, 1980-83 ................................ 34 Fred Amey, 2001-04................................... 29 Troy Mills, 1990-91.................................... 29 Garrett White, 1998-2002.......................... 21 Bryan Hilliard, 2007-pres........................... 19 Mark Young, 1986-88................................. 18 Tyronne Gross, 2002-04............................. 17 Lamont Webb, 1997-2000.......................... 17 Mike Carter, 1968-69................................. 17

Extra Points

PAT Percentage (1981-Present) (min. 30 att.) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Matt Nilsson, 1986-87 (47-48)................. .979 Chris Diniz, 2009-pres. (30-32)................ .938 Mark Franceschetti (55-59)....................... .932 Juan Gamboa, 2004-08 (95-102)............ .931 Bret LeVier, 2001-03 (48-52).................... .923

Field Goal Percentage (1976-Present) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Chris Diniz, 2009-pres. (12-13)................ .923 Bret LeVier, 2001-03 (16-21).................... .762 Dan Siroskey, 1976 (7-10)....................... .700 Mark Franceschetti, 1981, 83 (9-13)......... .692 Jim Gill, 1988 (10-15)............................. .667

Season Points

1. Scott Brown, 1996-99............................... 107 2. Juan Gamboa, 2005-08............................. 95 3. Tyson Becker, 1992-95............................... 68 4. Jim Crouch, 1990-91.................................. 61 5. Mark Franceschetti, 1981, 83...................... 55 6. Dave DeSilva, 1984-85............................... 53 Rick Bergstrom, 1968-70............................. 53 Mike Clemons, 1964, 66-68........................ 53 9. Bret LeVier, 2001-03................................... 44 10. Matt Nilsson, 1986-87................................ 47

SCOTT BROWN

1. Scott Brown, 1996-99................................. 44 2. Juan Gamboa, 2005-08............................. 36 3. Tyson Becker, 1992-95............................... 26 4. Jim Crouch, 1990-91.................................. 19 5. Bret LeVier, 2001-03................................... 16 Dave DeSilva, 1984-85............................... 16 Mike Clemons, 1964, 66-68........................ 16 8. Chris Diniz, 2009-pres................................ 12 Rick Berstrom, 1968-70............................... 12 10. Matt Nilsson, 1986-87................................ 11

1. Charles Roberts, 1999............................... 138 2. Troy Mills, 1991 ....................................... 126 3. Charles Roberts, 1998............................... 122 4. John Farley, 1982....................................... 90 5. Charles Roberts, 2000................................. 86 6. Scott Brown, 1999...................................... 84 Mike Carter, 1969...................................... 84 8. Bret LeVier, 2002........................................ 77 9. Jim Crouch, 1991 ...................................... 75 10. Tony Washington, 2008.............................. 74

Touchdowns

1. Charles Roberts, 1999................................. 22 2. Troy Mills, 1991.......................................... 21 3. Charles Roberts, 1998................................. 20 4. John Farley, 1982....................................... 15 5. Charles Roberts, 2000................................. 14 Mike Carter, 1969...................................... 14 7. Bryan Hilliard, 2008.................................. 12 Tony Washington, 2008.............................. 12 Donald Hair, 1988...................................... 12 10. Garrett White, 2002................................... 11 Mitch Oliver, 1995...................................... 11 Mark Young, 1988...................................... 11 Rob Harrison, 1986.................................... 11 Donald Hair, 1985...................................... 11 John Farley, 1983....................................... 11 George Sula, 1974..................................... 11

Extra Points

1. Scott Brown, 1999...................................... 42 Jim Gill, 1988............................................ 42 3. Jim Crouch, 1991....................................... 36 Matt Nilsson, 1986..................................... 36 5. Bret LeVier, 2002........................................ 35 6. Juan Gamboa, 2008................................... 33 Dave DeSilva, 1985.................................... 33 8. Chris Diniz, 2009....................................... 30 Jimmy Sanchez, 2000................................. 30 10. Mark Franceschetti, 1983............................ 29

Field Goals 1. 3. 5. 7. 9.

Bret LeVier, 2002........................................ 14 Scott Brown, 1999...................................... 14 Scott Brown, 1999...................................... 13 Jim Crouch, 1991....................................... 13 Chris Diniz, 2009....................................... 12 Juan Gamboa, 2008................................... 12 Tyson Becker, 1995..................................... 11 Dave DeSilva, 1985.................................... 11 Scitt Brown, 1996....................................... 10 Jim Gill, 1988............................................ 10

PAT Percentage (1984-Present) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Matt Nilsson, 1987 (11-11).................... 1.000 Matt Nilsson, 1986 (36-37)...................... .973 Juan Gamboa, 2005 (22-23)................... .957 Juan Gamboa, 2006 (17-18)................... .944 Chris Diniz, 2009 (30-32)........................ .938

Field Goal Percentage (1976-Present) 1. 2. 3. 5.

Chris Diniz, 2009 (12-13)........................ .923 Jim Crouch, 1991 (13-16)........................ .812 Bret LeVier, 2002 (14-18)......................... .778 Tyson Becker, 1994 (7-9).......................... .778 Juan Gamboa, 2008 (12-16)................... .750 Juan Gamboa, 2006 (9-12)..................... .750

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Charles Roberts vs. Idaho State (11/6/99).......... 30

Touchdowns

Charles Roberts vs. Idaho State (11/6/99)............ 5

Field Goals

1. Bret LeVier vs. Weber State (11/16/02)......... 4 2. Nine times.................................................... 3 (Last by Juan Gamboa at MSU (10/20/07)

Kicking

Longest Field Goal 1. 2. 4. 5. 6.

Scott Brown vs. Eastern Wash. (10/31/98).. 53 Chris Dinz at Montana State (11/14/09)..... 52 Scott Brown at Montana (9/27/97).............. 52 Bret LeVier at No. Arizona (10/12/02)........ 50 Roy Arreygue at UC Davis (10/18/-75)....... 49 Juan Gamboa at Northern Ariz. (10/4/08).. 48 Juan Gamboa at Idaho State (11/4/06)....... 48 Scott Brown vs. Eastern Wash. (10/12/96).. 48

Yards

Yards

Average (Min. 20 Attempts)

Average

Season

Game

1. Jerry Angelich, 1974.................................. 86 2. Drew Long, 1987........................................ 82 3. Mitch Lively, 2005....................................... 81 4. Steve Thorns, 1996..................................... 75 5. Steve Thorns, 1995..................................... 73 Steve Bernard, 1975................................... 73 7. Chris Bowman, 1970.................................. 71 8. Steve Thorns, 1998..................................... 68 Doyle Brunson, 1969.................................. 68 10. Steve Thorns, 1997..................................... 66

1. Mitch Lively at Cal (9/3/05)........................ 12 Stu Hall at SF State (10/11/80)................... 12 Doyle Brunson vs. CP Pomona (9/28/68)..... 12

1. Steve Thorns, 1995-98......................... 11,394 2. Drew Long, 1987-90.............................. 9,641 3. Mitch Lively, 2003-06............................. 8,370 4. Doyle Brunson, 1968-69........................ 5,410 5. Stu Hall, 1980-81.................................. 4,609 6. Jimmy Sanchez, 2000-01....................... 4,409 7. Andy Wilhoit, 1991-92.......................... 4,328 8. Chris Bowman, 1969-71........................ 4,241 9. Oscar De Alba, 2007-08....................... 3,656 10. Mike Neverve, 1993-94......................... 3,622 1. Doyle Brunson, 1968-69........................ 42.27 2. Mitch Lively, 2003-06............................. 40.83 3. Jimmy Sanchez, 2000-01....................... 40.82 4. Oscar De Alba, 2007-08....................... 40.62 5. Steve Thorns, 1995-98........................... 40.40 6. Mike Neverve, 1993-94......................... 39.80 7. Butch Edge, 1984.................................. 39.65 8. Augie Heath, 2009-pres......................... 39.00 9. Paul Kerr, 2001-02................................ 38.96 10. Andy Wilhoit, 1991-92.......................... 38.64

Attempts

Punting Career Attempts

1. Steve Thorns, 1995-98.............................. 282 2. Drew Long, 1987-90................................. 255 3. Mitch Lively, 2003-06................................ 205 4. Doyle Brunson, 1968-69........................... 128 5. Stu Hall, 1980-81..................................... 122 6. Chris Bowman, 1969-71........................... 121 7. Andy Wilhoit, 1991-92............................. 112 8. Jimmy Sanchez, 2000-01.......................... 108 9. Mike Neverve, 1993-94.............................. 91 10. Oscar De Alba, 2007-08............................ 90

1. Mitch Lively, 2005.................................. 3,202 2. Jerry Angelich, 1974............................. 3,127 3. Drew Long, 1987................................... 2,959 4. Steve Thorns, 1996................................ 2,945 5. Steve Thorns, 1997................................ 2,907 6. Doyle Brunson, 1969............................. 2,845 7. Steve Thorns, 1998................................ 2,833 8. Steve Bernard, 1975.............................. 2,715 9. Steve Thorns, 1995................................ 2,709 10. Mitch Lively, 2006.................................. 2,694 1. Steve Thorns, 1997................................ 44.05 2. Mitch Lively, 2006.................................. 43.45 3. Jimmy Sanchez, 2001............................ 42.75 Doyle Brunson, 1968............................. 42.75 5. Oscar De Alba, 2008............................ 42.37 6. Doyle Brunson, 1969............................. 41.84 7. Steve Thorns, 1998................................ 41.66 8. Clark Aldrich, 1965............................... 41.15 9. Mitch Lively, 2004.................................. 40.84 10. Andy Wilhoit, 1991............................... 40.08

Attempts

Longest Punt 1. 3.

Steve Thorns at Montana (9/27/97)............ 71 Doyle Brunson vs. CP Pomona (1968)........... 71 Mitch Lively at UC Davis (11/18/06)........... 67 Jimmy Sanchez at Montana St. (10/13/01).. 67 Jimmy Sanchez vs. EWU (10/20/01)........... 67

TWO-SPORT STANDOUTS

Mitch Lively (left) ranks among the top three in every punting catagory in school history. During his collegiate career, Lively also served as a relief pitcher for the Hornet baseball team. He was drafted by the Colorado Rockies following his senior season and is currently pitching for the Richmond Flying Squirrells, the Double-A affiliate of the San Francisco Giants. Jody Johnson also shined in a pair of sports for Sacramento State. In football, Johnson was a cornerback and kick returner who earned allBig Sky honors in 2007. Johnson is also the last Hornet to return a kickoff for a touchdown as he scampered 85 yards at Portland State in 2007. In track, Johnson won five Big Sky individual titles and went on to compete at the NCAA Championships and USA Olympic Trials in the 200.

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RETURN RECORDS Kickoff Returns Career Yards

1. Fred Amey, 2001-04.............................. 1,687 2. Ray Williams, 1975-76.......................... 1,420 3. Lamont Webb, 1997-2000..................... 1,415 4. Tyrone Taylor, 1996-97............................. 978 5. Jamie Berry, 1986-87............................... 799 6. Charlie Bell, 1968-70................................ 758 7. Troy Mills, 1990-91.................................. 754 8. Kris Daniels, 2003-06............................... 723 9. Kyle Hill, 2008......................................... 658 10. Jody Johnson, 2003, 05-07....................... 653

Average Per Return (Min. 20 Returns)

1. Troy Mills, 1990-91............................... 26.00 2. Troy Gassaway, 1993-94....................... 25.67 3. Lamont Webb, 1997-2000..................... 24.82 4. Jody Johnson, 2003, 05-07.................... 24.19 5. Kris Daniels, 2003-06............................ 24.10 6. Tyrone Taylor, 1996-97.......................... 23.85 7. Ray Williams, 1975-76.......................... 23.28 8. Charlie Bell, 1968-70............................. 22.97 9. Jamie Berry, 1986-87............................ 22.83 10. Mike Smith, 1974-75............................. 22.08

Attempts

1. Fred Amey, 2001-04................................... 81 2. Ray Williams, 1975-76............................... 61 3. Lamont Webb, 1997-2000.......................... 57 4. Tyrone Taylor, 1996-97............................... 41 5. Jamie Berry, 1986-87................................. 35 6. Charlie Bell, 1968-70.................................. 33 7. Kyle Hill, 2008........................................... 30 Kris Daniels, 2003-06................................. 30 Mario Bobino, 1984-85.............................. 30 10. Troy Mills, 1990-91.................................... 29

Season Yards

1. Ray Williams, 1976.................................. 828 2. Lamont Webb, 2000................................. 696 3. Kyle Hill, 2008......................................... 658 4. Jody Johnson, 2007.................................. 653 5. Ralph Clark, 1977.................................... 650 6. Tyrone Taylor, 1997.................................. 627 7. Ray Williams, 1975.................................. 592 8. Mario Bobino, 1984................................. 554 9. Fred Amey, 2002...................................... 514 10. Kris Daniels, 2005.................................... 468

Average Per Return (Min. 10 attempts)

1. Brian Allred, 1991................................. 28.54 2. Ray Williams, 1975............................... 28.19 3. Troy Mills, 1991..................................... 28.07 4. Kris Daniels, 2005................................. 27.53 5. Lamont Webb, 1999.............................. 26.64 6. Demetrius Cornish, 1994........................ 26.59 7. John Hendershott, 2009......................... 26.14 8. Fred Amey, 2002................................... 25.70 9. Lamont Webb, 2000.............................. 24.86 10. Jody Johnson, 2007............................... 24.19

Attempts

1. Ralph Clark, 1977...................................... 41 2. Ray Williams, 1976.................................... 40 3. Kyle Hill, 2008........................................... 30 4. Lamont Webb, 2000................................... 28 Mario Bobino, 1984................................... 28 6. Jody Johnson, 2007.................................... 27 7. Tyrone Taylor, 1997.................................... 26 8. Fred Amey, 2003........................................ 24 9. Fred Amey, 2001........................................ 23 10. Mark Young, 1988...................................... 22

Longest Kickoff Returns for Touchdown

1. James Ferguson vs. HSU (10/19/85)......... 100 Mario Bobino vs. Sonoma St. (10/27/84).. 100 3. Tyrone Taylor at Idaho State (10/5/96)........ 99 J.R. Gillaspy vs. Nevada (1956)................... 99 5. Brian Allred vs. Pacific (8/31/91)................ 92 6. Lamont Webb vs. CS Northridge (11/4/00). 90 7. Tyrone Taylor at CS Northridge (10/25/97). 89 8. Jody Johnson at Portland State (9/15/07).... 85 Ralph Clark vs. CS Hayward (11/12/77)..... 85 10. Bret Satchwell vs. SF State (10/10/81)......... 84

Punt Returns Career

Season Yards

1. Charlie Bell, 1968..................................... 360 2. Donald Hair, 1986.................................... 313 3. Fred Amey, 2002...................................... 278 4. Brett Satchwell, 1981................................ 271 5. Eric Harrington, 1993............................... 250 6. Fred Amey, 2003...................................... 242 Marvin Welch, 1967................................. 242 8. Eric Harrington, 1992............................... 241 9. Don Hines, 1989...................................... 234 10. Don Hines, 1990...................................... 227 Robert Holland, 1985............................... 227

Season Average (Min. 10 attempts)

1. Charlie Bell, 1968.................................. 18.00 2. Marvin Welch, 1967.............................. 15.67 3. Alex Estrada, 1995................................ 14.80 4. Eric Harrington, 1993............................ 14.71 5. Robert Holland, 1985............................ 14.19 6. Donald Hair, 1988................................. 13.61 7. Fred Amey, 2003................................... 13.44 8. Don Hines, 1989................................... 12.32 9. Brett Satchwell, 1981............................... 9.68 10. Donald Hair, 1986................................... 9.35

Longest Punt Returns for Touchdown

Yards

1. Donald Hair, 1985-88............................... 661 2. Charlie Bell, 1968-70................................ 643 3. Don Hines, 1989-91................................. 641 4. Fred Amey, 2001-04................................. 573 5. Eric Harrington, 1992-93.......................... 491 6. Lamont Webb, 1997-2000........................ 384 7. Brett Satchwell, 1980-81........................... 298 8. Alex Estrada, 1994-95.............................. 286 9. Ron Richardson, 2006-pres....................... 264 10. Marvin Welch, 1966-67............................ 245

1. Fred Amey at UC Davis (10/5/02).............. 90 2. Marvin Welch at CP Pomona (9/30/67)...... 87 3. Fred Amey vs. Saint Mary’s (9/6/03)........... 83 4. Alex Estrada vs. CS Northridge (11/18/95).74 5. Donald Hines vs. Chico State (9/9/89)......... 67 Donald Hair vs. Cal Lutheran (11/12/88).... 67 7. Eric Harrington vs. Cal Poly (10/23/93)...... 62 8. Camron Mbewa vs. EWU (10/20/01)........*60 9. Joe Little vs. Abeline Christian (9/21/91)..... 57 10. Bret Satchwell vs. USF (9/12/81)................. 49 * Blocked punt return

Career Average (Min. 15 Returns)

Most Punt Returns (Season)

1. Marvin Welch, 1966-67......................... 14.41 2. Gerald Ford, 1969................................ 13.00 3. Robert Holland, 1985-86....................... 12.79 4. Lamont Webb, 1997-2000..................... 12.39 5. Marvin Brown, 1994-95......................... 11.47 6. Eric Harrington, 1992-93....................... 11.42 7. Donald Hair, 1985-88............................ 11.40 8. Charlie Bell, 1968-70............................. 11.28 9. Alex Estrada, 1994-95........................... 11.00 10. Dave Hoggem 1982-83........................... 9.30

1. 2. 3. 5.

Fred Amey, 2002........................................ 33 Brett Satchwell, 1981.................................. 28 Eric Harrington, 1992................................. 26 Donald Hines, 1990.................................... 26 Donald Hiles, 1991..................................... 25 Charlie Bell, 1970....................................... 25

TROY MILLS

Attempts

1. Don Hines, 1987, 89-91............................. 70 2. Fred Amey, 2001-04................................... 65 3. Donald Hair, 1985-88................................. 58 4. Charlie Bell, 1968-70.................................. 57 5. Eric Harrington, 1992-93............................ 43 6. Ron Richardson, 2006-pres......................... 39 7. Brett Satchwell, 1980-81............................. 34 8. Lamont Webb, 1997-2000.......................... 31 9. Alex Estrada, 1994-95................................ 26 10. Mike Smith, 1974-75.................................. 23

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2010 SACRAMENTO STATE FOOTBALL YEARLY LEADERS Year Rushing Passing Receiving Scoring Total Offense Kick Returns Punt Returns All-Purpose (att-yds-td) (yds-td-int) (rec-yds-td) (pts) (yds) (ret-yds-td) (ret-yds-td) (yds) 1980 John Farley Ken Broughton Otis Gillespie Steve Alvidrez John Farley Fred Douglas Bret Satchwell John Farley (177-931-4) (907-4-10) (24-57-3) (41) (931) (9-147-0) (6-27-0) (969) 1981 John Farley Mike Sullivan Marvin Shelley Marvin Shelley Mike Sullivan Johnnie Dodge Bret Satchwell (161-716-3) (1,380-8-9) (32-581-7) (54) (1,338) (20-371-0) (28-271-1) 1982 John Farley Mike Sullivan Kevin Fontes John Farley Mike Sullivan Lee Holcomb David Hogge John Farley (189-1,137-13) (2,167-15-12) (52-1,207-6) (90) (2,099) (20-371-0) (20-186-0) (1,381) 1983 John Farley Mike Sullivan Brian Sallee John Farley Mike Sullivan Junior Hawkins Junior Hawkins (199-1,078-10) (1,538-11-6) (29-547-3) (66) (1,471) (15-349-0) (12-154-0) 1984 Mark Schutz Greg Knapp Kevin Gatewood Mark Shutz Greg Knapp Mario Bobino Mario Bobino (223-1,064-10) (2,083-16-15) (41-551-3) (60) (1,986) (28-554-1) (17-123-0) 1985 Donald Hair Greg Knapp Lin Klinkhammer Donald Hair Greg Knapp Orlando Mayes Robert Holland Mark Shutz (161-1,097-11) (1,357-12-10) (43-562-3) (66) (1,320) (18-354-0) (16-227-0) (1,149) 1986 Rob Harrison Phil Hickey Lin Klinkhammer Rob Harrison Rob Harrison Jamie Berry Donald Hair Rob Harrison (179-1,334-9) (1,188-8-13) (42-720-6) (66) (1,334) (18-412-0) (20-187-0) (1,466) 1987 Chris Cavote Drew Wyant Zebedee Brye Matt Nilsson Drew Wyant Jamie Berry Donald Hair Chris Cavote (161-789-2) (1,155-4-8) (21-339-0) (26) (1,165) (17-387-0) (6-71-0) (817) 1988 Donald Hair Tony Trosin Ron Weaver Young/Hair/Gil Tony Trosin Mark Young Donald Hair Donald Hair (157-717-9) (1,623-15-4) (37-626-1) (72) (1,707) (22-467-0) (23-313-1) (1,434) 1989 Ed Bueno Drew Wyant Ron Weaver Eric Leshinsky Drew Wyant Zebedee Brye Donald Hines Ron Weaver (158-723-2) (2,280-16-9) (43-745-4) (32) (2,173) (11-191-0) (19-234-1) (745) 1990 Troy Mills Randy Payne William Parker Troy Mills Randy Payne Troy Mills Donlad Hines Troy Mills (203-1,103-8) (1,284-5-10) (28-500-3) (50) (1,180) (15-361-0) (26-227-0) (1,264) 1991 Troy Mills Bobby Fresques Joe Little Troy Mills Troy Mills Troy Mills Donald Hines Troy Mills (223-1,558-17) (1,280-8-2) (36-658-7) (126) (1,668) (14-393-0) (25-180-0) (2,465) 1992 Pedro Lewis Bobby Fresques Clint Primm Pedro Lewis Bobby Fresques Pedro Lewis Eric Harrington Clint Primm (198-858-9) (2,015-15-11) (50-951-8) (60) (1,905) (12-313-0) (26-241-0) (1,143) 1993 Arie Joseph Aaron Garcia Erin Harrington Eric Harrington Aaron Garcia Justin Smith Eric Harrington Eric Harrington (140-658-4) (1,796-13-16) (43-659-9) (60) (1,728) (18-405-0) (17-250-1) (922) 1994 Troy Gassaway Joe Garofalo Jermaine Hollie Troy Gassaway Joe Garofalo Demtryst Cornish Alex Estrada Troy Gassaway (192-811-10) (2,003-13-10) (34-536-4) (60) (2,066) (17-452-0) (16-138-0) (1,161) 1995 Michael Stewart Tony Corbin Alex Estrada Mitch Oliver Tony Corbin Michael Stewart Marvin Brown Michael Stewart (262-1,161-5) (2,532-17-12) (54-801-3) (66) (2,545) (20-425-0) (15-172-0) (1,707) 1996 Daimon Shelton Tony Corbin Carlos Smith Daimon Shelton Tony Corbin Tommy Wilson Carlos Smith Tyrone Taylor (172-825-7) (2,334-17-14) (53-738-4) (48) (2,260) (13-334-0) (16-100-0) (1,061) 1997 Charles Roberts A.J. Bernhardt Tyrone Taylor Scott Brown A.J. Bernhardt Tyrone Taylor Sheridan Mitchell Tyrone Taylor (139-587-1) (1,876-8-16) (34-469-3) (40) (1,889) (26-627-1) (10-79-0) (1,128) 1998 Charles Roberts Garrett White Jeff Kool Charles Roberts Charles Roberts Sean Atkins Dannie Walker Charles Roberts (386-2,260-19) (639-3-6) (29-317-0) (122) (2,293) (16-345-0) (9-68-0) (2,430) 1999 Charles Roberts Ricky Ray Chris Kelly Charles Roberts Ricky Ray Lamont Webb Lamont Webb Charles Roberts (303-2,082-22) (2,422-20-8) (41-603-6) (138) (2,480) (14-373-0) (9-141-0) (2,202) 2000 Charles Roberts Ricky Ray Lamont Webb Charles Roberts Ricky Ray Lamont Webb Lamont Webb Charles Roberts (296-1,624-14) (2,200-13-6) (52-836-7) (86) (2,389) (28-696-1) (19-211-0) (1,825) 2001 Derard Barton Ryan Leadingham Fred Amey Fred Amey Ryan Leadingham Fred Amey Brett Collins Fred Amey (136-606-6) (2,752-17-10) (54-885-7) (44) (2,955) (23-453-0) (15-126-0) (1,352) 2002 Garrett White Ryan Leadingham Fred Amey Bret LeVier Ryan Leadingham Fred Amey Fred Amey Fred Amey (189-887-8) (2,785-15-7) (62-989-9) (77) (2,816) (20-514-0) (33-278-1) (1,812) 2003 Tyronne Gross Blake Mori Fred Amey Tyronne Gross Blake Mori Fred Amey Fred Amey Fred Amey (167-812-8) (1,233-7-11) (56-989-7) (48) (1,311) (24-458-0) (18-242-1) (1,689) 2004 Ryan Mole Ryan Leadingham Fred Amey Mitch Lively Ryan Leadingham Fred Amey Fred Amey Fred Amey (146-858-5) (1,962-11-17) (76-1,186-6) (37) (1,799) (14-262-0) (12-42-0) (1,490) 2005 Ryan Mole Chris Hurd Ryan Coogler Juan Gamboa Chris Hurd Kris Daniels Bobby Mooshagian Ryan Mole (171-768-2) (1,108-9-3) (45-441-1) (40) (1,165) (17-468-0) (10-51-0) (1,037) 2006 Kris Daniels Marcel Marquez Jason Barnes Juan Gamboa Marcel Marquez Andre Taylor Torrell Baker Andre Taylor (66-160-1) (1,910-10-15) (28-623-2) (44) (1,999) (15-349-0) (7-50-0) (862) 2007 Bryan Hilliard Jason Smith Ryan Coogler Juan Gamboa Jason Smith Jody Johnson Ron Richardson Travon Jones (154-826-7) (1,826-10-17) (38-507-3) (49) (1,867) (27-653-1) (16-130-0) (1,091) 2008 Bryan Hilliard Jason Smith Tony Washington Tony Washington Jason Smith Kyle Hill Kyle Hill Tony Washington (237-1,082-12) (1,824-16-6) (83-1,279-12) (74) (1,831) (30-658-0) (10-67-0) (1,401) 2009 Terrance Dailey Jason Smith Brandyn Reed Chris Diniz Jason Smith Sam McCowan Ron Richardson John Hendershott (118-617-3) (1,707-12-9) (46-731-7) (66) (1,634) (18-414-0) (16-76-0) (924)

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THE LAST TIME... Rushing/Passing/Receiving

Two 100-yard rushers.................................. Evander Wilkins (161) & Jake Croxdale (109) ..................................................................................... vs. Southern Oregon (9/13/08) Two 100-yard receivers...................................... Andre Taylor (136) & Jason Barnes (116) ............................................................................................... at Idaho State (11/4/06) 100-yard rusher & 100-yard rec........................................... Sam McCowan (130 rush) & ........................................John Hendershott (106 pass) vs. Northern Arizona (10/31/09) 300-yard passer & 100-yard rusher........................................... Jason Smith (307 pass) & .....................................................Bryan Hilliard (125 rush) vs. Portland State (9/27/08) 300-yard passer & 100-yard receiver........................................ Jason Smith (323 pass) & ...........................................................Brandyn Reed (111 rec.) vs. Montana (10/24/09) 300-yard passer, 100-yard rush. & 100-yard rec.................Jason Smith (307 pass), Bryan . .............Hilliard (125 rush) & Tony Washington (158 rec.) vs. vs. Portland State (9/27/08)

Team

25+ rushing attempts..........................29, Jake Croxdale at Northern Colorado (11/7/09) 30+ rushing attempts................................34, Terrance Dailey at Portland State (10/3/09) 40+ rushing attempts....................................40, Bryan Hilliard at Idaho State (11/22/08) 100+ rushing yards..........................107, Jake Croxdale at Northern Colorado (11/7/09) 150+ rushing yards.................................178, Terrance Dailey vs. Idaho State (10/10/09) 200+ rushing yards....................................271, Bryan Hilliard at Idaho State (11/22/08) Consecutive 100-yard games........... 2, Sam McCowan, 130 vs. Northern Arizona (11/31) .................................................. & 107, Jake Croxdale at Northern Colorado (11/7/09) Consecutive 150-yard games.................................................................. 2, Bryan Hilliard ..........................171 vs. Northern Colorado (11/15/08); 271 at Idaho State (11/22/08) Consecutive 200-yard games............................................................... 2, Charles Roberts ................................................ 219 v. Saint Mary’s (9/2/00); 240 vs. Cal Poly (9/9/00) 50-yard+ run............................................69, Terrance Dailey vs. Idaho State (10/10/09) 75-yard+ run........................................ 87 (td), Ryan Mole vs. Montana State (11/13/04) 3+ rushing TDs...............................................4, Bryan Hilliard at Idaho State (11/22/09) 4+ rushing TDs...............................................4, Bryan Hilliard at Idaho State (11/22/09) 5+ rushing TDs............................................. 5, Charles Roberts vs. Idaho State (11/6/99)

300+ rushing yards......................................................... 335 vs. Idaho State (11/17/07) 400+ rushing yards........................................................... 470 vs. Idaho State (11/6/99) Negative net rushing yards................................................. -20 at Idaho State (11/4/06) 300+ yards passing........................................................... 323 vs. Montana (10/24/09) 400+ yards passing............................................................. 452 vs. UC Davis (11/4/07) 400+ yards of total offense................................................. 443 vs. Montana (10/24/09) 500+ yards of total offense....................................... 535 vs. Southern Oregon (9/13/08) 600+ yards of total offense................................................ 641 vs. Idaho State (9/27/03) Consecutive 500+ yards of total offense............................................................... 3, 1999 ............... 596 vs. UC Davis (9/18); 566 vs. Montana St. (9/25); 509 at Weber St. (10/2) 3+ consecutive 500+ yards of total offense........................................................... 3, 1999 ............... 596 vs. UC Davis (9/18); 566 vs. Montana St. (9/25); 509 at Weber St. (10/2) <200 yards of total offense............................................... 104 at New Mexico (9/22/07) 30+ first downs................................................................... 30 vs. Idaho State (9/27/03) <10 first downs.................................................................... 6 at New Mexico (9/22/07) 40+ points.............................................................45 vs. Northern Colorado (11/15/08) 50+ points.......................................................................... 69 vs. Saint Mary’s (9/6/03) 60+ points.......................................................................... 69 vs. Saint Mary’s (9/6/03) 70+ points............................................................................ 76 vs. San Francisco (1968) Shutout Opponent................................................ 30-0 vs. San Francisco State (9/10/94) Shutout Opp. in first half.........................................31-0 at Northern Colorado (11/7/09) Shutout Opp. in second half.................................. 10-0 vs. Northern Arizona (10/31/09) Overtime.......................................................... L 36-33 (1OT) at Idaho State (11/22/08) Overcame halftime deficit to win............................................... Trailed 24-17, won 27-24 .................................................................................. vs. Northern Arizona (10/31/09) Won after trailing entering 4th quarter........................................ Trailed 13-7, won 21-20 ...................................................................................at Eastern Washington (9/30/06) 100+ penalty yards............................................................... 115 at UC Davis (11/8/08) <10 penalty yards................................................................. 9 vs. Saint Mary’s (9/1/01) 5+ turnovers commited................................................... 6 vs. Montana State (10/13/07) Consecutive games without a turnover................................................................. 2, 2000 ............................................. vs. Montana State (10/14); at Eastern Washington (10/21)

Receiving

Miscellaneous

Rushing

10+ receptions............................................... 10, Brandyn Reed vs. Montana (10/24/09) 3+ receiving TDs............................................ 3, Tony Washington at UC Davis (11/8/08) 100+ receiving yards................. 106, John Hendershott vs. Northern Arizona (10/31/09) 125+ receiving yards..................... 141, Brandyn Reed vs. Eastern Washington (9/26/09) 150+ receiving yards......................... 158, Tony Washington vs. Portland State (9/27/08) 175+ receiving yards...................................... 180, Fred Amey vs. Idaho State (9/27/03) 200+ receiving yards................................. 201, Tyrone Taylor vs. Weber State (11/9/96) Consecutive 100-yard games.................................................. 3, Tony Washington (2008) ....................................... 158 vs. PSU (9/27), 117 at NAU (10/4) & 130 at UM (10/18) 3+ consecutive 100-yard games.............................................. 3, Tony Washington (2008) ....................................... 158 vs. PSU (9/27), 117 at NAU (10/4) & 130 at UM (10/18)

Passing

30+ attempts..........................41, McLeod Bethel-Thompson at Montana State (11/14/09) 40+ attempts..........................41, McLeod Bethel-Thompson at Montana State (11/14/09) 50+ attempts......................................................52, Jason Smith vs. UC Davis (11/4/07) 20+ completions.....................24, McLeod Bethel-Thompson at Montana State (11/14/09) 25+ completions............................................... 31, Jason Smith vs. Montana (10/24/09) 30+ completions............................................... 31, Jason Smith vs. Montana (10/24/09) 3+ passing TDs................................................... 3, Jason Smith vs. Montana (10/24/09) 4+ passing TDs.................................... 4, Jason Smith vs. Northern Colorado (11/15/08) 5+ passing TDs......................................... 6, Ryan Leadingham vs. Idaho State (9/27/03) 300+ passing yards............................................. 323, Jason Smith Montana (10/24/09) 400+ passing yards.....................................406, Tony Corbin vs. Saint Mary’s (11/4/95) Consecutive 250+ passing yards..................................................... 2, Jason Smith (2009) ............................................ 320 vs. Eastern Wash. (9/26); 256 at Portland State (10/3) Consecutive 300+ passing yards............................................ 2, Ryan Leadingham (2002) ........................................ 305 vs. Weber State (11/16); 324 vs. Humboldt State (11/23) 50-yard+ completion........... 54 (td), Jason Smith to Dylan Lane vs. Idaho State (10/10/09) 75-yard+ completion................................ 80 (td), Ray to Webb vs. Idaho State (9/23/00) .

300+ yards of total offense....................................... 318 (323 pass, -5 rush), Jason Smith ............................................................................................... vs. Montana (10/24/09) 400+ yards of total offense.............. 409 (rush), Charles Roberts vs. Idaho State (11/6/99) 300+ all-purpose yards................... 409 (rush), Charles Roberts vs. Idaho State (11/6/99) 3+ TDs scored........................................4 (rush), Bryan Hillard at Idaho State (11/22/08) 4+ TDs scored........................................4 (rush), Bryan Hillard at Idaho State (11/22/08) 5+ TDs scored..................................... 5 (rush), Charles Roberts vs. Idaho State (11/6/99) 3+ field goals............................................3, Juan Gamboa at Montana State (10/20/07) 4+ field goals................................................... 4, Bret LeVier vs. Weber State (11/16/02) 5+ PATs....................................................5, Chris Diniz at Northern Colorado (11/7/09) 40-yard+ FG..........................................................41, Chris Diniz at Cal Poly (9/12/09) 50-yard+ FG.............................................. 52, Chris Diniz at Montana State (11/14/09) 15+ tackles............................................... 18 (6-12), Peter Buck vs. Montana (10/24/09) 5+ tackles for loss....................................... 5, Jacob Houston vs. Weber State (10/16/04) 3+ sacks.........................................4.0, Christian Clark vs. Northern Arizona (10/31/09) 2+ interceptions............................................ 2, Brent Webber vs. Weber State (10/7/06) Ret. int. for TD....................................Durrell Oliver, 37 yards, vs. Idaho State (10/10/09) ....................................................Marquese Smith, 83 yards, vs. Idaho State (10/10/09) Ret. fumble for TD............................... Ryan Battle, 0 yards, vs. Humboldt State (8/30/08) Ret. punt for TD........................................Fred Amey, 83 yards, vs. Saint Mary’s (9/6/03) Ret. kickoff for TD..............................Jody Johnson, 85 yards, at Portland State (9/15/07) Blocked punt for TD................................ Camron Mbewa, 45 yards, vs. EWU (10/20/01) 2-point conversion............................. Kyle Hill rush (botched snap) at UC Davis (11/8/08) Defensive 2-point conversion.............................Dan Leshore vs. Morris Brown (10/27/90) Defense scored 2+ touchdwons............................................ 2 vs. Idaho State (10/10/09) Scored a safety........................................... Fumble recovered in the end zone off QB sack .................................................................................................... Montana (10/24/09)

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2010 SACRAMENTO STATE FOOTBALL COACHING RECORDS

COACHING FAST FACTS Dave Strong (1954-56)

Record...................................................................... 4-18-1 Winning Percentage........................................................182 Best Record....................................................... 3-5-1 (1956) Worst Record........................................................0-7 (1954) Biggest Win.............15 points, 15-0 vs. Alameda NAS (1956) ....................................... 27-12 vs. Southern Oregon (1956) Biggest Loss................46 points, 46-0 vs. Mather AFB (1954) Most Wins in a Season.............................................3 (1956) Consecutive Wins (Season/All Games)......................1 (1955) Consecutive Losses (Season/All Games).....................7 (1954)

John Baker (1957-60)

Record.................................................................... 15-22-0 Winning Percentage........................................................405 Best Record...........................................................5-4 (1957) Worst Record........................................................2-7 (1959) Biggest Win.................... 31 points, 31-0 vs. UC Davis (1960) Biggest Loss.............. 48 points, 60-12 vs. Cal State LA (1959) Most Wins in a Season...................................5 (1957, 1960) Consecutive Wins (Season).......................................3 (1957) Consecutive Wins (All Games).............................3 (1959-60) Consecutive Losses (Season)......................................6 (1959) Consecutive Losses (All Games)..........................10 (1958-59)

Ray Clemons (1961-75)

Record.................................................................... 70-76-3 Winning Percentage........................................................470 Best Record...........................................................8-2 (1966) Worst Record........................................................1-9 (1973) Biggest Win........................... 76 points, 76-0 vs. USF (1968) Biggest Loss.................35 points, 35-0 vs. Santa Clara (1965) Most Wins in a Season........................8 (1964, ’66, ’68, ’69) Consecutive Wins (Season/All Games)......................8 (1966) Consecutive Losses (Season).....................................6 (1973) Consecutive Losses (All Games...........................10 (1973-74) Postseason Berths.. Camellia Bowl (1964), Jr. Rose Bowl (1968)

Glenn Brady (1976-77)

Record...................................................................... 2-18-1 Winning Percentage........................................................119 Best Record...........................................................2-8 (1976) Worst Record.................................................. 0-10-1 (1977) Biggest Win.................... 14 points, 19-5 vs. Chico St. (1976) Biggest Loss...................... 75 points, 75-0 vs. Nevada (1977) Most Wins in a Season.............................................2 (1976) Consecutive Wins (Season/All Games)......................2 (1976) Consecutive Losses (Season/All Games).....................8 (1976)

Bob Mattos (1978-92)

Record.................................................................... 84-73-2 Winning Percentage........................................................535 Best Record.........................................................10-3 (1988) Worst Record........................................................1-9 (1978) Biggest Win................60 points, 60-0 vs. Cal Lutheran (1988) Biggest Loss...............56 points, 63-7 vs Portland State (1978) Most Wins in a Season...........................................10 (1988) Consecutive Wins (Season/All Games)................6 (1985, 91) Consecutive Losses (Season)......................................5 (1978) Consecutive Losses (All Games)............................8 (1978-79) Postseason Berths.............................1, NCAA Playoffs (1988)

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Mike Clemons (1993-94)

Record...................................................................... 9-11-0 Winning Percentage........................................................450 Best Record...........................................................5-5 (1994) Worst Record........................................................4-6 (1993) Biggest Win..................... 39 points, 49-10 vs SF State (1993) Biggest Loss..................... 47 points, 54-7 vs Montana (1993) Most Wins in a Season.............................................5 (1994) Consecutive Wins (Season/All Games)............2 (1993, 1994) Consecutive Losses (Season/All Games).....................3 (1993)

John Volek (1995-2002)

Record.................................................................... 31-57-1 Winning Percentage........................................................354 Best Record...........................................................7-4 (2000) Worst Record............................................1-10 (1996, 1997) Biggest Win.................34 points, 41-7 vs Saint Mary’s (1999) Biggest Loss........ 55 points, 62-7 at Northern Arizona (1995) Most Wins in a Season.............................................7 (2000) Consecutive Wins (Year).... 2 (7x) (’95, ‘98, ‘99, ’00 (3x), ’02) Consecutive Wins (All Games).......... 4 (2 in 1999, 2 in 2000) Consecutive Losses (Year/All Games).........................9 (1996)

Steve Mooshagian (2003-06)

Record........................................................................11-33 Winning Percentage........................................................250 Best Record...........................................................4-7 (2006) Worst Record..............................................2-9 (2003, 2005) Biggest Win...............50 points, 69-19 vs Saint Mary’s (2003) Biggest Loss...................... 52 points, 59-7 at Nevada (2004) Most Wins in a Season.............................................4 (2006) Consecutive Wins (Year)..................... 2 (3x) (2005, 2006 2x) Consecutive Wins (All Games)............ 2 (3x) (2005, 2006 2x) Consecutive Losses (Year/All Games).........................7 (2003) Consecutive Losses (All Games)......8 (2x) (2003-04, 2005-06)

Marshall Sperbeck (2007-pres.)

Record........................................................................14-20 Winning Percentage........................................................412 Best Record...........................................................6-6 (2008) Worst Record........................................................3-8 (2007) Biggest Win..........32 points, 45-13 vs. Humboldt State (2008) Biggest Loss................58 points, 58-0 at New Mexico (2007) Most Wins in a Season.............................................6 (2008) Consecutive Wins (Year)...........................................3 (2008) Consecutive Wins (All Games)..................................3 (2008) Consecutive Losses (Year/All Games).........................5 (2007) Consecutive Losses (All Games).................................5 (2007)

Hornet Postseason Facts Years in Postseason Play...................3 (1964, 1968, 1988) Last Postseason Appearance......................................1988 NCAA Division II Championships Semifinals All-Time Bowl Game Record..........................................0-2 Pasadena Bowl, lost to Grambling St. 34-7........1968 Camelia Bowl, lost to Montana St. 28-7.............1964 All-Time Playoff Record.................................................2-1 def. UC Davis, 35-14.......................................1988 def. NC Central, 56-7......................................1988 lost to North Dakota State, 42-20 .....................1988

Yearly Records

Dave Strong ......... 4-18-1 1954 ........................... 0-7 1955 ........................... 1-6 1956 ........................ 3-5-1

John Baker ......... 15-22-0 1957 ........................... 5-4 1958 ........................... 3-6 1959 ........................... 2-7 1960 ........................... 5-5

Ray Clemons....... 70-76-3 1961........................... 4-5 1962 ........................... 2-7 1963 ........................ 5-3-1 1964 ...................... 8-2-1* 1965 ........................... 3-7 1966 ........................... 8-2 1967 ........................... 7-3 1968 ........................... 8-3 1969 ..........................8-2* 1970 ........................... 4-6 1971 ........................ 4-5-1 1972 ........................... 2-8 1973 ........................... 1-9 1974 ........................... 2-9 1975 ........................... 5-5

Glenn Brady ......... 2-18-1 1976 ........................... 2-8 1977 ...................... 0-10-1

Bob Mattos ........ 84-73-2 1978 ........................... 1-9 1979 ........................... 4-6 1980 ........................... 3-7 1981............................ 5-6 1982 ........................... 8-3 1983 ........................ 5-5-1 1984 ........................... 6-5 1985 ........................... 8-3 1986 ...................... 6-4-1# 1987 ........................... 4-7 1988 ......................... 10-3 1989 ........................... 5-4 1990 ........................... 4-6 1991 ........................... 8-2 1992 ........................... 7-3

Mike Clemons ....... 9-11-0 1993 ........................... 4-6 1994 ........................... 5-5

John Volek.......... 31-57-1 1995 ..................... 4-6-1@ 1996.......................... 1-10 1997.......................... 1-10 1998............................ 5-6 1999............................ 6-5 2000............................ 7-4 2001............................ 2-9 2002............................ 5-7

Steve Mooshagian.. 11-33 2003 ........................... 2-9 2004............................ 3-8 2005............................ 2-9 2006............................ 4-7

Marshall Sperbeck.. 14-20 2007............................ 3-8 2008............................ 6-6 2009............................ 5-6

* Far Western Conference Champion #Western Football Conf. Champion @America West Conf. Champion

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2010 SACRAMENTO STATE FOOTBALL YEARLY RESULTS Dave Strong 1954-1956 (4-18-1)

1954 (0-7, 0-5 Far Western)

9/18 SD NAVAL CENTER....... L, 46-0 9/25 HUMBOLDT STATE*....... L, 28-7 10/2 at Nevada*................ L, 27-14 10/9 UC DAVIS*................... L, 14-0 CHICO STATE*.............. L, 40-0 at SF State*................... L, 40-0 at Alameda NAS ....... L, 21-19 Total Points............................... 40-216

1955 (1-6, 0-6 Far Western)

10/8 at Southern Oregon...... W, 7-6 10/15 at UC Davis*................. L, 29-0 10/21 at Nevada* ................ L, 28-7 10/29 UC SANTA BARBARA* .L, 15-7 11/5 at Humboldt State* ....... L, 39-6 11/12 at Chico State *............. L, 26-7 11/19 SF STATE*................... L, 33-14 Total Points............................... 48-176

1956 (3-5-1, 2-4 Far Western)

9/22 at Cal State LA............ T, 13-13 9/29 at Southern Oregon.. W, 27-12 10/6 at Humboldt State* ..... L, 20-19 10/13 at UC Davis*............... L, 33-26 10/20 at Alameda NAS ....... W, 15-0 10/27 at Chico State* ............. L, 41-7 11/1 at Nevada* ............ W, 21-20 11/10 at SF State*................... L, 26-0 11/16 at UC Santa Barbara*... L, 33-0 Total Points............................. 128-198

John Baker 1957-1960 (15-22-0)

1957 (5-4, 2-3 Far Western)

9/21 CAL STATE LA .......... W, 19-14 9/28 at Long Beach State... W, 19-12 10/5 MOFFITT FIELD......... W, 44-25 10/12 at Humboldt State* ..... L, 27-19 10/19 at Chico State*............ L, 20-13 11/2 at SF State*................... L, 41-6 11/9 NEVADA *................... W, 7-0 11/16 at UC Davis*............... W, 26-0 11/23 at Whittier.................. L, 35-20 Total Points............................. 173-174

1958 (3-6, 1-4 Far Western)

9/20 at Cal State LA................ L, 8-6 9/27 LONG BEACH ST........ W, 26-14 10/4 WHITTIER................. W, 20-18 10/11 HUMBOLDT STATE*......... L, 9-0 10/18 CHICO STATE*............ W, 14-6 10/25 at Nevada* ............... L, 40-24 11/1 at Cal Poly Pomona..... L, 27-24 11/8 at SF State*................. L, 20-18 11/15 UC DAVIS*................. L, 22-14 Total Points............................. 146-164

1959 (2-7, 1-4 Far Western)

9/19 CAL STATE LA ............ L, 60-12 9/26 at Long Beach State....... L, 19-0 10/3 at Whittier.................. L, 20-19 10/10 at Humboldt State*...... L, 38-20 10/17 at Chico State* ............. L, 28-2 10/24 NEVADA *................... L, 14-0 10/31 CAL POLY POMONA.. W, 19-0 11/7 SF STATE*................... L, 37-14 11/14 at UC Davis*............... W, 21-6 Total Points............................. 107-222

1960 (5-5, 2-3 Far Western)

9/17 at Southern Oregon.. W, 39-14 9/24 at Occidental.............. W, 33-6 10/1 LONG BEACH STATE.... L, 14-0 10/8 at Santa Clara ........... W, 14-8 10/15 at Humboldt State* ....... L, 33-9 10/22 CHICO STATE*............ W, 13-9 10/29 CAL POLY POMONA.. L, 19-18 11/5 at Nevada *................. L, 15-0 11/12 at SF State*................... L, 14-6 11/19 UC DAVIS*................. W, 31-0 Total Points............................. 163-132

Ray Clemons 1961-1975 (70-76-3)

1961 (4-5, 2-3 Far Western)

9/16 PEPPERDINE............... W, 21-0 9/23 at Cal Poly Pomona..... L, 27-12 9/30 at Long Beach State..... L, 21-18 10/7 SOUTHERN OREGON.W, 25-6 10/14 HUMBOLDT STATE*..... W, 12-7 10/21 at Chico State* ......... W, 14-10 11/4 NEVADA *................... L, 14-8 11/11 at SF State*..................... L, 7-0 11/18 at UC Davis*................. L, 14-0 Total Points............................. 110-106

1962 (2-7, 2-3 Far Western)

9/15 at Whittier.................... L, 14-0 9/22 CAL POLY POMONA.... L, 12-7 9/29 LONG BEACH STATE.... L, 13-9 10/6 SOUTHERN OREGON.. L, 21-7 10/13 HUMBOLDT STATE*..... L, 20-14 10/20 CHICO STATE*.......... W, 40-23 11/3 at Nevada * .............. L, 23-12 11/10 at SF State*................... L, 28-7 11/17 UC Davis*.................. W, 27-7 Total Points............................. 122-161

1963 (5-3-1, 2-2-1 Far Western)

9/21 at Cal Poly Pomona....... L, 35-6 9/28 SANTA CLARA......... W, 20-14 10/5 at Long Beach State....... W, 4-0 10/12 UC SANTA BARBARA .W, 19-0 10/19 SF STATE*................... W, 13-0 10/26 at Chico State* ............. W, 9-3 11/2 NEVADA*.................. L, 15-11 11/9 at Humboldt State*.......... T, 0-0 11/15 at UC Davis*................. L, 17-8 Total Points................................. 90-71

1964 (8-2-1, 4-0-1 Far Western)

9/19 WHITTIER..................... W, 3-0 9/26 at Santa Clara ........... W, 14-0 10/3 LONG BEACH STATE.. L, 18-15 10/10 at Cal Poly Pomona..... W, 23-6 10/17 at CS Northridge........ W, 15-6 10/24 CHICO STATE*............ W, 45-6 10/31 at Nevada*................ W, 38-0 11/7 HUMBOLDT STATE*....... W, 6-0 11/14 UC DAVIS*............... W, 27-20 11/21 at SF State*................. T, 20-20 12/12 MONTANA STATE...... L, 28-7# Total Points............................. 213-105 # - Camellia Bowl

1965 (3-7, 1-4 Far Western)

9/18 PORTLAND STATE ........ W, 7-6 9/25 at Santa Clara ............. L, 35-0 10/2 at Long Beach State....... L, 34-7 10/9 at Cal Poly Pomona..... W, 14-3 10/16 CS NORTHRIDGE....... W, 26-0 10/23 at Nevada*................ L, 20-13 10/30 at Humboldt State*........ L, 13-7 11/6 at UC Davis*............... L, 20-14 11/13 SF STATE*....................... L, 3-0 11/20 at Chico State* ........... W, 27-7 Total Points............................. 115-141

1966 (8-2, 6-0 Far Western)

9/17 at UC Santa Barbara .... L, 24-9 9/24 at Santa Clara ............... L, 7-3 10/1 CP POMONA........... W, 26-17 10/8 at CS Hayward*.......... W, 38-6 10/15 at San Francisco......... W, 23-7 10/22 HUMBOLDT STATE*..... W, 17-0 10/29 UC DAVIS*............... W, 36-24 11/5 at SF State*................. W, 10-9 11/12 at Nevada* ............... W, 13-8 11/19 at Chico State* ........... W, 30-0 Total Points............................. 205-102

1967 (2-3, 4-2 Far Western)

9/23 CAL POLY..................... L, 17-7 9/30 at Cal Poly Pomona... W, 16-13 10/7 at Portland State....... W, 23-21 10/14 at Humboldt State*...... L, 28-20 10/21 at UC Davis*............... W, 23-6 10/28 SF STATE*................... L, 28-20 11/4 NEVADA*.................. W, 14-7 11/11 at Chico State* ......... W, 20-17 11/18 CS HAYWARD*......... W, 28-19 11/25 U.S. INTERNATIONAL.W, 27-14 Total Points............................. 198-170

1968 (8-3, 4-2 Far Western)

9/21 at Cal Poly.................. W, 13-7 9/28 CP POMONA........... W, 26-13 10/5 at Humboldt State*...... L, 20-13 10/12 UC DAVIS*................. W, 24-7 10/19 at SF State*................. L, 14-13 10/26 at Nevada* ............. W, 17-14 11/2 CHICO STATE*............ W, 14-0 11/9 at CS Hayward*........ W, 16-14 11/16 SAN FRANCISCO....... W, 76-0 11/23 at U.S. International.. W, 26-14 12/7 Grambling .................L, 34-7& Total Points............................. 245-137 & - Junior Rose Bowl

1969 (8-2, 5-1 Far Western)

9/20 CS NORTHRIDGE....... L, 28-24 9/27 at Cal Poly Pomona..... W, 28-9 10/4 at UC Davis*............. W, 18-10 10/11 SF STATE*................... W, 19-6 10/18 NEVADA* ................. W, 41-7 10/25 at Chico State* ........... W, 24-7 11/1 CS HAYWARD*........... L, 32-30 11/8 at San Francisco......... W, 26-0 11/15 at Humboldt State* ... W, 20-17 11/22 PUGET SOUND........ W, 49-24 Total Points............................. 279-140

1970 (4-6, 2-3 Far Western)

9/19 CS NORTHRIDGE....... L, 34-10 9/26 CAL POLY POMONA.L, 1 9-14 10/3 at Puget Sound .......... W, 27-6 10/10 at SF State*................. W, 27-0 10/17 at Nevada ................ L, 18-14 10/24 CHICO STATE*............ L, 28-21 10/31 at CS Hayward*.......... L, 14-12 11/7 at San Francisco......... W, 41-7 11/14 HUMBOLDT STATE*... W, 30-15 11/21 UC DAVIS*................... L, 28-0 Total Points............................. 196-169

1971 (4-5-1, 0-4-1 Far Western)

9/18 at Santa Clara ........... L, 35-14 9/25 at Cal Poly Pomona..... L, 14-13 10/2 SONOMA STATE...... W, 23-22 10/9 SAN FRANCISCO..... W, 41-25 10/16 at Chico State *............. L, 37-7 10/23 CS HAYWARD*........... T, 27-27 10/30 at Saint Mary’s......... W, 38-21 11/6 at Humboldt State*........ L, 26-3 11/13 at UC Davis*............... L, 24-17 11/20 SF STATE*................... W, 45-7 Total Points............................. 256-255

1972 (2-8, 1-4 Far Western)

9/9 at Fresno State.............. L, 24-7 9/16 at Santa Clara ........... L, 28-14 9/23 CAL POLY POMONA.... L, 13-7 9/30 at Nevada .............. W, 19-14 10/7 CHICO STATE*............ L, 17-16 10/14 at CS Hayward*............ L, 21-0 10/28 HUMBOLDT STATE*..... L, 20-14 11/4 UC DAVIS*................. L, 17-16 11/11 at SF State*............... W, 14-13 11/18 at CS Fullerton.............. L, 21-0 Total Points............................. 107-188

1973 (1-9, 0-5 Far Western)

9/8 at Pacific...................... L, 22-0 9/15 at Nevada ................ L, 17-10 9/22 at Cal Poly Pomona..... L, 31-17 9/29 SAINT MARY’S........... W, 28-7 10/6 CS HAYWARD*............. L, 14-6 10/20 at Humboldt State* ......... L, 7-0 10/27 at UC Davis*............... L, 24-15 11/3 at SF State*................. L, 28-23 11/10 CS FULLERTON............. L, 15-7 11/17 at Chico State*.............. L, 21-0 Total Points............................. 106-186

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9/7 at Pacific......................... L, 21-0 9/14 NEVADA......................... L, 31-7 9/21 SANTA CLARA................ L, 14-9 9/28 at Cal Poly Pomona.......... L, 21-0 10/5 at CS Hayward*............. W, 10-7 10/12 at Puget Sound .............. L, 35-16 10/19 HUMBOLDT STATE*.......... L, 23-6 10/26 UC DAVIS*.................... L, 22-17 11/2 at SF State*.................. W, 27-17 11/9 at Cal Lutheran................ L, 24-0 11/16 at Chico State* .............. L, 25-24 Total Points..................................116-240

1975 (5-5, 2-3 Far Western)

9/13 SAINT MARY’S............ W, 20-13 9/20 at Santa Clara .............. L, 20-14 9/27 at Nevada ................. W, 36-16 10/4 CAL POLY POMONA... W, 17-13 10/11 at Humboldt State*........... L, 28-7 10/18 at UC Davis*.................... L, 38-3 10/25 SF STATE*........................ L, 14-5 11/1 CAL LUTHERAN............. L, 30-10 11/8 at Chico State*............... W, 12-9 11/15 CS HAYWARD*.............. W, 15-0 Total Points..................................139-181

Glenn “Doc” Brady 1976-1977 (2-18-1)

1976 (2-8, 2-3 Far Western)

9/18 SANTA CLARA.............. L, 37-23 9/25 at Cal State LA................. L, 10-0 10/9 PUGET SOUND............. L, 34-14 10/16 HUMBOLDT STATE*........ L, 22-13 10/23 UC DAVIS*...................... L, 34-0 10/30 at SF State*...................... L, 10-9 11/6 at Nevada .................... L, 42-27 11/13 at Chico State* .............. W, 19-5 11/20 at CS Hayward*........... W, 27-24 11/25 at Cal Poly..................... L, 34-10 Total Points..................................142-252

1977 (0-10-1, 0-5 Far Western)

9/10 at Louisiana Tech.............. L, 56-0 9/17 at Santa Clara ................ L, 37-5 9/24 CAL POLY........................ L, 31-7 10/1 CAL STATE LA ............... L, 13-10 10/8 at Humboldt State*......... T, 21-21 10/15 at UC Davis*.................... L, 28-0 10/22 SF STATE*........................ L, 19-7 10/29 at Nevada ..................... L, 75-0 11/5 at Chico State* ................ L, 36-7 11/12 CS HAYWARD*.............. L, 27-14 11/19 at CS Northridge............. L, 36-0 Total Points....................................71-379

Bob Mattos 1978-1992 (84-73-2)

1978 (1-9, 1-4 Far Western)

9/16 at Cal Poly....................... L, 52-6 9/23 at Cal Poly Pomona........ L, 15-13 9/30 at Portland State.............. L, 63-7 10/7 HUMBOLDT STATE*........ L, 22-10 10/14 UC DAVIS*...................... L, 39-0 10/21 at SF State*.................. W, 13-10 10/28 NEVADA ...................... L, 39-15 11/4 CHICO STATE*................. L, 12-3 11/11 at CS Hayward*............... L, 21-7 11/18 at CS Northridge........... L, 31-17 Total Points..................................105-304

1979 (4-6, 2-3 Far Western)

9/8 U.S. INTERNATIONAL........ L, 9-7 9/15 at North Dakota............... L, 31-0 9/29 at Cal Poly Pomona........L, 24-0% 10/6 at UC Davis*.................... L, 32-7 10/13 SF STATE*...................... W, 14-6 10/20 at Cal Lutheran.............. L, 21-16 10/27 at Chico State* .............. L, 41-21 11/3 CS HAYWARD*.............. W, 14-0 11/10 CS NORTHRIDGE......... W, 35-15 11/17 HUMBOLDT STATE*.......... L, 17-7 Total Points..................................121-196 %- Later forfeited to Sacramento State

1980 (3-7, 1-4 Far Western)

9/13 EASTERN WASH............ L, 12-10 9/20 at Cal Poly Pomona.......... L, 27-7 10/4 UC DAVIS*...................... L, 16-6 10/11 at SF State*...................... L, 19-0 10/18 CAL LUTHERAN........... W, 28-13 10/25 at Chico State* .............. L, 24-22 11/1 at CS Hayward*............. L, 14-10 11/8 at CS Northridge........... L, 24-20 11/15 HUMBOLDT STATE*...... W, 34-17 11/22 at Cal Poly................... W, 24-19 Total Points..................................161-185

1981 (5-6, 1-4 Far Western)

9/12 SAN FRANCISCO.......... W, 47-0 9/19 CAL POLY POMONA....... L, 14-7 9/26 at Saint Mary’s............... W, 14-9 10/3 REDLANDS.................... W, 45-8 10/10 SF STATE*.................... W, 38-17 10/17 at Cal Lutheran................ L, 13-6 10/24 at Chico State* .............. L, 34-24 10/31 CS HAYWARD*.............. L, 27-10 11/7 CS NORTHRIDGE......... W, 33-20 11/14 at Humboldt State* ........ L, 23-19 11/21 at UC Davis*.................. L, 21-13 Total Points..................................256-186

1982 (8-3, 3-2 NCAC)

9/14 at CS Northridge......... W, 30-25 9/11 SONOMA STATE......... W, 39-17 9/18 at Cal Poly Pomona...... W, 16-14 9/25 SAINT MARY’S............ W, 13-10 10/9 at CS Hayward*............. L, 45-34 10/16 CAL LUTHERAN........... W, 31-24 10/23 HUMBOLDT STATE*........ W, 30-6 10/30 at Chico State* .............. W, 13-6 11/6 SF STATE*.................... W, 23-14 11/13 at UC Davis*.................... L, 51-6 11/20 EASTERN WASH............ L, 31-14 Total Points..................................249-243

1983 (5-5-1, 3-1-1 NCAC)

9/3 at Sonoma State............. W, 35-7 9/10 CAL POLY...................... L, 38-15 9/17 at Portland State............ L, 25-16 9/24 CS NORTHRIDGE........... L, 20-14 10/8 at Saint Mary’s............... L, 23-15 10/15 at Cal Lutheran............ W, 42-14 10/22 at Humboldt State* ...... W, 35-20 10/29 CHICO STATE*............... T, 15-15 11/5 at SF State*.................. W, 37-25 11/12 UC DAVIS*.................... L, 52-14 11/19 CS HAYWARD*.............. W, 20-6 Total Points..................................258-245

1984 (6-5, 5-1 NCAC)

9/8 at Cal Poly....................... L, 27-6 9/15 at CS Northridge........... L, 24-13 9/22 SAINT MARY’S.............. W, 34-9 9/29 at Santa Clara .............. L, 21-14 10/6 PORTLAND STATE.......... L, 38-21 10/13 HUMBOLDT STATE*........ W, 52-7 10/20 at Chico State* ............ W, 29-15 10/27 SONOMA STATE*........ W, 31-12 11/3 SF STATE*.................... W, 41-14 11/10 at CS Hayward*........... W, 15-13 11/17 at UC Davis*.................. L, 38-21 Total Points..................................277-218

1985 (8-3, 4-1 WFC)

9/7 at Pacific....................... L, 49-17 9/21 at Sonoma State........... W, 63-10 9/28 at Saint Mary’s............. W, 21-14 10/5 SANTA CLARA^*........... L, 17-14 10/12 at Portland State*......... W, 26-14 10/19 at Humboldt State........ W, 39-30 10/26 CHICO STATE.............. W, 16-14 11/2 CAL POLY*.................. W, 28-27 11/9 at Cal Lutheran*............. W, 38-7 11/16 CS NORTHRIDGE*....... W, 34-10 11/23 UC DAVIS^.................... L, 37-30 ^ Games played at Hughes Stadium Total Points..................................326-229

1986 (6-4-1, 5-1 WFC)

1988 (10-3, 4-2 WFC)

9/10 CHICO STATE.............. W, 48-16 9/17 HUMBOLDT STATE....... W, 55-17 9/24 at UC Davis................. W, 31-28 10/1 at Southern Utah* ......... L, 21-17 10/8 at Cal Poly*................. W, 30-29 10/15 SANTA CLARA*........... W, 28-14 10/22 at Pacific..................... W, 30-21 10/29 PORTLAND STATE*......... L, 43-29 11/5 at CS Northridge*........ W, 40-20 11/12 CAL LUTHERAN*............ W, 60-0 11/19 at UC Davis............... W, 35-14+ 11/26 NC CENTRAL.............. W, 56-7+ 12/3 at N. Dakota State....... L, 42-20+ Total Points..................................368-209 +- Denotes NCAA II Playoffs

1989 (5-4, 2-3 WFC)

9/2 at West Texas State....... W, 35-22 9/9 CHICO STATE.............. W, 48-28 9/16 at Idaho.......................... L, 45-3 9/23 UC DAVIS (Hughes)...... W, 21-20 9/30 SOUTHERN UTAH* ..... W, 31-19 10/14 at Santa Clara *............. L, 21-16 10/21 CAL POLY*.................. W, 16-15 10/28 at Portland State*........... L, 42-19 11/4 CS NORTHRIDGE*......... L, 24-13 Total Points..................................202-236

1990 (4-6, 1-4 WFC)

9/1 WEST TEXAS A&M........ W, 22-9 9/8 at Pacific....................... L, 41-33 9/15 at Nevada ...................... L, 41-7 9/22 at UC Davis^............... W, 16-12 9/29 PORTLAND ST.*^........... L, 41-24 10/6 at Southern Utah*.......... L, 38-31 10/13 at Cal Poly*................. W, 20-17 10/20 at CS Northridge*.......... L, 24-13 10/27 MORRIS BROWN........ W, 37-12 11/3 SANTA CLARA*............. L, 24-22 ^ Games played at Hughes Stadium Total Points..................................225-259

1991 (8-2, 3-2 WFC)

9/6 at Pacific......................... L, 49-7 9/13 at Mesa College............. T, 29-29 9/27 at Humboldt State........ W, 45-17 10/4 at Chico State ............... L, 44-38 10/11 SANTA CLARA*............. W, 38-7 10/18 PORTLAND STATE* ...... W, 52-20 10/25 at Southern Utah *....... W, 48-31 11/1 CAL LUTHERAN*.......... W, 18-17 11/8 at Cal Poly*..................... L, 26-6 11/15 at UC Davis..................... L, 29-6 11/22 CS NORTHRIDGE*....... W, 21-17 Total Points..................................308-286

8/31 at Pacific..................... W, 43-40 9/14 at Montana State......... W, 19-17 9/21 at Abilene Christian........ W, 45-7 10/5 UC DAVIS.................... W, 50-18 10/12 at Chico State ............. W, 63-21 10/19 CAL POLY*.................. W, 21-20 10/26 SOUTHERN UTAH*........ L, 22-19 11/2 at Portland State*........... L, 35-19 11/9 at Santa Clara *........... W, 33-32 11/16 CS NORTHRIDGE*....... W, 55-12 Total Points..................................367-224

1987 (4-7, 2-4 WFC)

9/5 MONTANA STATE......... W, 10-7 9/19 ABILENE CHRISTIAN...... W, 57-9 9/26 at Cal State Fullerton...... W, 29-3 10/3 at UC Davis................... L, 21-14 10/10 CHICO STATE.............. W, 36-20 10/17 at Cal Poly*................... W, 24-0 10/24 at Southern Utah*.......... L, 17-14 10/31 PORTLAND STATE* ...... W, 35-28 11/7 SANTA CLARA............ W, 32-21 11/14 at CS Northridge*.......... L, 23-17 Total Points..................................268-149

9/12 at Pacific......................... L, 31-7 9/19 CHICO STATE................ W, 14-9 9/26 MESA COLLEGE............ L, 13-10 10/3 at Santa Clara* ............... L, 10-5 10/10 HUMBOLDT STATE....... W, 21-13 10/17 at Portland State*............. L, 24-0 10/24 CAL POLY*.................. W, 21-13 10/31 at Cal Lutheran*............... L, 23-7 11/7 SOUTHERN UTAH*........ W, 19-7 11/14 UC DAVIS (Hughes)........ L, 28-10 11/21 at CS Northridge*.......... L, 21-16 Total Points..................................130-192

1992 (7-3, 2-2 WFC)

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1993 (4-6, 2-2 American West)

9/3 CS HAYWARD............. W, 34-17 9/11 at SF State................... W, 49-10 9/18 EASTERN WASH.............. L, 48-7 9/25 at Pacific......................... L, 30-6 10/9 SAINT MARY’S.............. L, 27-14 10/16 at CS Northridge*........ W, 31-30 10/23 at Cal Poly*................. W, 35-33 10/30 at Montana...................... L, 54-7 11/13 UC DAVIS*.................... L, 47-32 11/20 SOUTHERN UTAH*........ L, 23-17 Total Points..................................232-319

1994 (5-5, 2-1 American West)

9/10 SF STATE....................... W, 30-0 9/17 at Stephen F. Austin........ L, 40-15 9/24 at Chico State ............... W, 43-7 10/1 MONTANA STATE....... W, 30-14 10/8 at UC Davis................... L, 27-24 10/22 at Portland State............ L, 47-28 10/29 at Southern Utah*........ W, 27-16 11/5 at Saint Mary’s............... L, 14-12 11/12 CAL POLY*.................... L, 27-23 11/19 CS NORTHRIDGE*....... W, 23-22 Total Points..................................255-214

John Volek 1995-2002 (31-57-1)

1995 (4-6-1, 3-0 American West)

9/9 at Northern Arizona......... L, 62-7 9/16 at Eastern Wash............. L, 21-18 9/23 CHICO STATE................ T, 21-21 9/30 PORTLAND STATE ......... L, 54-16 10/7 HOFSTRA...................... L, 55-15 10/14 TEXAS STATE ................ W, 12-3 10/21 at Cal Poly*................. W, 37-36 10/28 UC DAVIS...................... L, 52-42 11/4 SAINT MARY’S.............. L, 28-14 11/11 SOUTHERN UTAH*...... W, 53-29 11/18 at CS Northridge*........ W, 20-16 Total Points..................................255-377

1996 (1-10, 0-8 Big Sky)

9/7 at Hofstra........................ L, 33-3 9/21 at UC Davis................. W, 27-24 9/28 MONTANA*.................. L, 35-17 10/5 at Idaho State*............... L, 44-14 10/12 EASTERN WASH.*......... L, 51-34 10/19 at Northern Arizona*..... L, 51-32 10/26 CS NORTHRIDGE*......... L, 52-17 11/2 at Portland State*........... L, 38-31 11/9 WEBER STATE*.............. L, 41-31 11/16 at Montana State*.......... L, 49-14 11/23 CAL POLY...................... L, 48-28 Total Points..................................248-466

1997 (1-10, 1-7 Big Sky)

9/4 at Texas State................. L, 24-14 9/20 UC DAVIS.............L, 36-28 (3OT) 9/27 at Montana*.................. L, 52-10 10/4 IDAHO STATE*............. W, 23-19 10/11 at Eastern Wash.*.......... L, 30-17 10/18 NORTHERN ARIZ.*........ L, 48-25 10/25 at CS Northridge*...L, 45-38 (OT) 11/1 PORTLAND STATE*......... L, 27-13 11/8 at Weber State*............. L, 52-14 11/15 MONTANA STATE*.......... L, 30-6 11/22 at Cal Poly....................... L, 45-0 Total Points..................................188-408

1998 (5-6, 3-5 Big Sky)

9/5 at Saint Mary’s............. W, 25-12 9/12 CAL POLY.................... W, 22-14 9/19 at UC Davis................... L, 17-35 9/26 at Montana State*.......... L, 30-37 10/3 WEBER STATE*.............. L, 14-27 10/10 at Portland State*........... L, 31-58 10/17 CS NORTHRIDGE*....... W, 35-21 10/24 at Northern Arizona*... W, 38-21 10/31 EASTERN WASH.*......... L, 25-31 11/7 at Idaho State*............. W, 36-13 11/14 MONTANA*.................. L, 16-31 Total Points..................................289-300

1999 (6-5, 3-5 Big Sky)

9/4 SAINT MARY’S.............. W, 41-7 9/11 at Montana*.........L, 41-39 (2OT) 9/18 UC DAVIS.................... W, 48-27 9/25 MONTANA STATE*...... W, 41-10 10/2 at Weber State*............. L, 52-49 10/9 PORTLAND STATE*....... W, 41-14 10/16 at CS Northridge*.......... L, 36-14 10/23 NO. ARIZONA*...L, 51-49 (3OT) 10/30 at Eastern Wash.*.......... L, 26-21 11/6 IDAHO STATE*............. W, 41-20 11/20 at Cal Poly................... W, 31-26 Total Points..................................414-310

2000 (7-4, 5-3 Big Sky)

9/2 at Saint Mary’s............. W, 24-21 9/9 CAL POLY.................... W, 37-18 9/16 PORTLAND STATE*......... L, 35-23 9/23 at Idaho State*............... L, 41-39 9/30 WEBER STATE*.............. W, 35-7 10/7 at Montana*.................. L, 24-20 10/14 MONTANA STATE*...... W, 24-13 10/21 at Eastern Wash.*........ W, 25-22 10/28 at UC Davis (Hughes)..... L, 13-10 11/4 CS NORTHRIDGE*....... W, 64-61 11/11 at No. Arizona*........... W, 28-24 Total Points..................................329-279

2001 (2-9, 1-6 Big Sky)

9/1 SAINT MARY’S.......W, 13-6 (OT) 9/8 at Cal Poly..................... L, 55-21 9/22 IDAHO STATE*............. W, 33-27 9/29 at Weber State*............. L, 38-31 10/6 MONTANA*.................... L, 42-7 10/13 at Montana State*............ L, 20-0 10/20 EASTERN WASH.*..L, 42-35 (OT) 10/27 UC DAVIS........................ L, 43-0 11/3 at CS Northridge........... L, 49-36 11/10 NORTHERN ARIZ.*........ L, 50-40 11/24 at Portland State*........... L, 52-33 Total Points..................................249-424

2002 (5-7, 3-4 Big Sky)

8/31 at UTEP......................... L, 42-12 9/7 at Saint Mary’s............... L, 20-12 9/21 CAL POLY.................... W, 27-17 9/28 at Idaho State*............... L, 32-24 10/5 at UC Davis................... L, 38-21 10/12 at Northern Arizona*... W, 24-21 10/19 PORTLAND STATE*......... L, 34-20 10/26 at Eastern Wash.*........ W, 48-41 11/2 MONTANA STATE*........ L, 31-30 11/9 at Montana*.................. L, 31-24 11/16 WEBER STATE*............ W, 41-38 11/23 HUMBOLDT STATE....... W, 42-35 Total Points..................................325-380

Steve Mooshagian 2003-2006 (11-33)

2003 (2-9, 1-6 Big Sky)

8/28 at Oregon State............... L, 40-7 9/6 SAINT MARY’S............ W, 69-19 9/13 at Cal Poly..................... L, 31-17 9/27 IDAHO STATE*............. W, 47-21 10/4 UC DAVIS...................... L, 31-27 10/11 NORTHERN ARIZ.*........ L, 24-21 10/18 at Portland State*............. L, 20-7 10/25 EASTERN WASH.*......... L, 38-21 11/1 at Montana State*............ L, 56-7 11/8 MONTANA*.................... L, 26-0 11/15 at Weber State*............. L, 26-14 Total Points..................................237-332

2004 (3-8, 2-5 Big Sky)

9/11 at Nevada....................... L, 59-7 9/18 SOUTHERN UTAH........ W, 23-17 9/25 at UC Davis................... L, 58-23 10/2 at Northern Arizona*....... L, 26-0 10/9 PORTLAND STATE*........... L, 31-0 10/16 WEBER STATE*............ W, 31-12 10/23 at Idaho State*............... L, 29-24 10/30 at Eastern Wash.*.......... L, 45-10 11/6 MONTANA STATE*...... W, 38-28 11/13 at Montana*.................. L, 52-21 11/20 CAL POLY*.................... L, 58-13 Total Points..................................190-415

2005 (2-9, 1-6 Big Sky)

9/3 at California.................... L, 41-3 9/10 at Cal Poly..................... L, 37-13 9/17 at Portland State*........... L, 28-12 9/24 UC DAVIS........................ L, 37-7 10/1 NORTHERN ARIZ.*...... W, 38-24 10/8 AZUSA PACIFIC........... W, 41-19 10/15 at Weber State*............. L, 26-14 10/22 IDAHO STATE*............... L, 27-17 10/29 EASTERN WASH.*......... L, 45-17 11/5 at Montana State*.......... L, 37-16 11/12 MONTANA*.................. L, 31-14 Total Points..................................192-352

Marshall Sperbeck 2007-pres. (14-20)

2007 (3-8, 3-5 Big Sky)

9/1 at Fresno State................. L, 24-3 9/15 at Portland State*........... L, 35-24 9/22 at New Mexico................ L, 58-0 9/29 NORTHERN ARIZONA*. W, 38-9 10/6 at Weber State*............... L, 26-7 10/13 MONTANA*.................... L, 17-3 10/20 at Montana State*............ L, 20-9 10/27 EASTERN WASH.*......... L, 38-30 11/3 UC DAVIS...................... L, 31-26 11/10 at Northern Colorado*. W, 20-17 11/17 IDAHO STATE*............. W, 41-30 Total Points..................................201-305

2008 (6-6, 3-5 Big Sky)

8/30 HUMBOLDT STATE....... W, 45-13 9/6 at Colorado State........... L, 23-20 9/13 SOUTHERN OREGON. W, 27-16 9/20 WEBER STATE*.............. L, 32-27 9/27 PORTLAND STATE*....... W, 41-31 10/4 at Northern Arizona*..... L, 42-10 10/18 at Montana*.................... L, 43-7 10/25 MONTANA STATE*........ L, 31-20 11/1 at Eastern Wash.*........ W, 15-13 11/8 at UC Davis................. W, 29-19 11/15 NORTHERN COLO.*.... W, 45-25 11/22 at Idaho State*........L, 36-33 (OT) Total Points..................................319-324

2009 (5-6, 4-4 Big Sky)

9/5 at UNLV.......................... L, 38-3 9/12 at Cal Poly..................... L, 38-19 9/26 EASTERN WASH.*......... L, 56-30 10/3 at Portland State*......... W, 31-14 10/10 IDAHO STATE*............. W, 38-17 10/17 at Weber State*............. L, 49-10 10/24 MONTANA*.................. L, 45-30 10/31 NORTHERN ARIZ.*...... W, 38-35 11/7 at Northern Colo.*....... W, 38-35 11/14 at Montana State*.......... L, 27-17 11/21 UC DAVIS.................... W, 31-28 Total Points..................................274-371

2006 (4-7, 4-4 Big Sky)

8/31 at Boise State................... L, 45-0 9/16 CAL POLY...................... L, 17-10 9/23 at Montana*.................. L, 59-14 9/30 at Eastern Wash.*........ W, 21-20 10/7 WEBER STATE*............ W, 24-21 10/14 MONTANA STATE*........ L, 21-18 10/21 at Northern Arizona*..... L, 39-22 10/28 NORTHERN COLO.*...... W, 14-9 11/4 at Idaho State*............. W, 22-14 11/11 PORTLAND STATE*........... L, 13-7 11/18 at UC Davis................... L, 30-16 Total Points..................................168-288

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2010 SACRAMENTO STATE FOOTBALL SERIES RESULTS Abilene Christian (2-0)

1991....A..... SAC......... 45-7 1992....H..... SAC......... 57-9

Alameda NAS (1-1)

1954....A..... NAS....... 21-19 1956....A..... SAC......... 15-0

Azusa Pacific (1-0)

2005....H..... SAC....... 41-19

Boise State (0-1)

2006....A..... BSU.......... 45-0

California (0-1)

2005....A..... Cal........... 41-3

UC Davis (18-39)

1954....H..... UCD......... 14-0 1955....A..... UCD......... 29-0 1956....A..... UCD....... 33-26 1957....A..... SAC......... 26-0 1958....H..... UCD....... 22-14 1959....A..... SAC......... 21-6 1960....H..... SAC......... 31-0 1961....A..... UCD......... 14-0 1962....H..... SAC......... 27-7 1963....A..... UCD......... 17-8 1964....H..... SAC....... 27-20 1965....A..... UCD....... 20-14 1966....H..... SAC....... 36-24 1967....A..... SAC......... 23-6 1968....H..... SAC......... 24-7 1969....A..... SAC....... 18-10 1970....H..... UCD......... 28-0 1971....A..... UCD....... 24-17 1972....H..... UCD....... 17-16 1973....A..... UCD....... 24-15 1974....H..... UCD....... 22-17 1975....A..... UCD......... 38-3 1976....H..... UCD......... 34-0 1977....A..... UCD......... 28-0 1978....A..... UCD......... 39-0 1979....A..... UCD......... 32-7 1980....H..... UCD......... 16-6 1981....A..... UCD......... 21-3 1982....A..... UCD......... 51-6 1983....H..... UCD....... 52-14 1984....A..... UCD....... 38-21 1985....H..... UCD....... 37-30 1986....A..... UCD......... 29-6 1987....H..... UCD....... 28-10 1988....A..... SAC....... 31-28 1988....A..... SAC...... 35-14* 1989....H..... SAC....... 21-20 1990....A..... SAC....... 16-12 1991....H..... SAC....... 50-18 1992....A..... UCD....... 21-14 1993....H..... UCD....... 47-32 1994....A..... UCD....... 27-24 1995....H..... UCD....... 52-42 1996....A..... SAC....... 27-24 1997....H..... UCD..36-28(3OT) 1998....A..... UCD....... 35-17 1999....H..... SAC....... 48-27 2000....A..... UCD....... 13-10 2001....H..... UCD......... 43-0 2002....A..... UCD....... 38-21 2003....H..... UCD....... 31-27 2004....A..... UCD....... 58-23 2005....H..... UCD......... 37-7 2006....A..... UCD....... 30-16 2007....H..... UCD....... 31-26 2008....A..... SAC....... 29-19

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UC Santa Barbara (1-3)

1955....H..... UCSB........ 15-7 1956....A..... UCSB........ 33-0 1963....H..... SAC......... 19-0 1966....A..... UCSB........ 24-9

Cal Lutheran (5-6)

1974....A..... Luth.......... 24-0 1975....H..... Luth........ 30-10 1979....A..... Luth........ 21-16 1980....H..... SAC....... 28-13 1981....A..... Luth.......... 13-6 1982....H..... SAC....... 31-24 1983....A..... SAC....... 42-14 1985....A..... Luth.......... 38-7 1986....H..... SAC....... 18-17 1987....A..... Luth.......... 23-7 1988....H..... SAC......... 60-0

Cal Poly (15-16)

1967....H..... CP............ 17-7 1968....A..... SAC......... 13-7 1976....A..... CP.......... 34-10 1977....H..... CP............ 31-7 1978....A..... CP............ 52-6 1980....A..... SAC....... 24-19 1983....H..... CP.......... 38-15 1984....A..... CP............ 27-6 1985....H..... SAC....... 28-27 1986....A..... CP............ 26-6 1987....H..... SAC....... 21-13 1988....A..... SAC....... 30-29 1989....H..... SAC....... 16-15 1990....A..... SAC....... 20-17 1991....H..... SAC....... 21-20 1992....A..... SAC......... 24-0 1993....A..... SAC....... 35-33 1994....H..... CP.......... 27-23 1995....A..... SAC....... 37-36 1996....H..... CP.......... 48-28 1997....A..... CP............ 45-0 1998....H..... SAC....... 22-14 1999....A..... SAC....... 31-26 2000....H..... SAC....... 37-18 2001....A..... CP.......... 55-21 2002....H..... SAC....... 27-17 2003....A..... CP.......... 31-17 2004....H..... CP.......... 58-13 2005....A..... CP.......... 37-13 2006....H..... CP.......... 17-10 2009....A..... CP.......... 38-19

Cal Poly Pomona (10-13)

1958....A..... CPP........ 27-24 1959....A..... SAC......... 19-0 1960....H..... CPP........ 19-18 1961....A..... CPP........ 27-12 1962....H..... CPP.......... 12-7 1963....A..... SAC....... 36-34 1964....A..... SAC......... 23-6 1965....A..... SAC......... 14-3 1966....H..... SAC....... 26-17 1967....A..... SAC....... 16-13 1968....H..... SAC....... 26-13 1969....A..... SAC......... 28-9 1970....H..... CPP........ 19-14 1971....A..... CPP........ 14-13 1972....H..... CPP.......... 13-7 1973....A..... CPP........ 31-17 1974....A..... CPP.......... 21-0 1975....H..... SAC....... 17-13

Humboldt St. (15-20-2)

1956....A..... Tie.......... 13-13 1957....H..... SAC....... 19-14 1958....A..... CSLA.......... 8-6 1959....H..... CSLA...... 60-12 1976....A..... CSLA........ 10-0 1977....H..... CSLA...... 13-10

1956....A..... Chico........ 41-7 1957....A..... Chico...... 20-13 1958....H..... SAC......... 14-6 1959....A..... SAC......... 28-2 1960....H..... SAC......... 13-9 1961....A..... SAC....... 14-10 1962....H..... SAC....... 40-23 1963....A..... SAC........... 9-3 1964....H..... SAC......... 45-6 1965....A..... SAC......... 27-7 1966....A..... SAC......... 30-0 1967....A..... SAC....... 20-17 1968....H..... SAC......... 14-0 1969....A..... SAC......... 24-7 1970....H..... Chico...... 28-21 1971....A..... Chico........ 37-7 1972....H..... Chico...... 17-16 1973....A..... Chico........ 21-0 1974....A..... Chico...... 25-24 1975....A..... SAC......... 12-9 1976....A..... SAC......... 19-5 1977....A..... Chico........ 36-7 1978....H..... Chico........ 12-3 1979....A..... Chico...... 41-21 1980....A..... Chico...... 24-22 1981....A..... Chico...... 34-24 1982....A..... SAC......... 13-6 1983....H..... Tie.......... 14-14 1984....A..... SAC....... 29-15 1985....H..... SAC....... 16-14 1986....A..... Chico...... 44-38 1987....H..... SAC......... 14-9 1988....A..... SAC....... 48-16 1989....H..... SAC....... 48-28 1991....A..... SAC....... 63-21 1992....H..... SAC....... 36-20 1994....A..... SAC......... 43-7 1995....H..... Tie.......... 21-21

CS Northridge (14-15)

Colorado State (0-1)

Idaho (0-1)

Eastern Washington (4-14)

Idaho State (8-6)

1978....A..... CPP........ 15-13 1979....H..... CPP.......... 24-0 1980....A..... CPP.......... 27-7 1981....H..... CPP.......... 14-7 1982....A..... SAC....... 16-14

CS Fullerton (1-2)

1972....A..... CSF.......... 21-0 1973....H..... CSF.......... 15-7 1992....A..... SAC......... 29-3

CS Hayward (9-9-1)

1966....A..... SAC......... 38-6 1967....H..... SAC....... 28-19 1968....A..... SAC....... 16-14 1969....H..... CSUH..... 32-30 1970....A..... CSUH..... 14-12 1971....H..... Tie.......... 27-27 1972....A..... CSUH....... 21-0 1973....H..... CSUH....... 14-6 1974....A..... SAC......... 10-7 1975....H..... SAC......... 15-0 1977....H..... CSUH..... 27-14 1978....A..... CSUH....... 21-7 1979....H..... SAC......... 14-0 1980....A..... CSUH..... 14-10 1981....H..... CSUH..... 27-10 1982....A..... CSUH..... 45-34 1983....H..... SAC......... 20-6 1984....A..... SAC....... 15-13 1993....H..... SAC....... 34-17

Cal State L.A. (1-4-1)

1964....A..... SAC......... 15-6 1965....H..... SAC......... 26-0 1969....H..... CSN....... 28-24 1970....H..... CSN....... 34-10 1977....A..... CSN......... 36-0 1978....A..... CSN....... 31-17 1979....H..... SAC....... 35-15 1980....A..... CSN....... 24-20 1981....H..... SAC....... 33-20 1982....A..... SAC....... 30-25 1983....H..... CSN....... 20-14 1984....A..... CSN....... 24-13 1985....H..... SAC....... 34-10 1986....A..... SAC....... 21-17 1987....A..... CSN....... 21-16 1988....A..... SAC....... 40-20 1989....H..... CSN....... 24-13 1990....A..... CSN....... 24-13 1991....H..... SAC....... 55-12 1992....A..... CSN....... 23-17 1993....A..... SAC....... 31-30 1994....H..... SAC....... 23-22 1995....A..... SAC....... 20-16 1996....H..... CSN....... 52-17 1997....A..... CSN..45-38 (OT) 1998....H..... SAC....... 35-21 1999....A..... CSN....... 36-14 2000....H..... SAC....... 64-61 2001....A..... CSN....... 49-36

2008....A..... CSU........ 23-20

Chico State (23-15-2)

1995....H..... HU......... 55-15 1996....A..... HU........... 33-3

1954....H..... Chico........ 40-0 1955....A..... Chico........ 26-7

1980....H..... EWU........ 12-0 1982....H..... EWU...... 31-14 1993....H..... EWU........ 48-7 1995....A..... EWU...... 21-18 1996....H..... EWU...... 51-34 1997....A..... EWU...... 30-17 1998....H..... EWU...... 31-25 1999....A..... EWU...... 26-21 2000....A..... SAC....... 25-22 2001....H..... EWU...42-35(ot) 2002....A..... SAC....... 48-41 2003....H..... EWU...... 38-21 2004....A..... EWU...... 45-10 2005....H..... EWU...... 45-17 2006....A..... SAC....... 21-20 2007....H..... EWU...... 38-30 2008....A..... SAC....... 15-13 2009....H..... EWU...... 56-30

Fresno State (0-2)

1972....A..... FS............. 24-7 2007....A..... FS............. 24-3

Grambling State (0-1)

1968....A..... Gram....... 34-7* * Pasadena Bowl

Hofstra (0-2)

1954....H..... HSU.......... 28-7 1955....A..... HSU.......... 39-6 1956....A..... HSU........ 20-19 1957....H..... HSU........ 27-19 1958....H..... HSU............ 9-0 1959....A..... HSU........ 38-20 1960....A..... HSU.......... 33-9 1961....H..... SAC......... 12-7 1962....A..... HSU........ 20-14 1963....A..... Tie.............. 0-0 1964....H..... SAC........... 6-0 1965....A..... HSU.......... 13-7 1966....H..... SAC......... 17-0 1967....A..... HSU........ 28-20 1968....A..... HSU........ 20-13 1969....A..... SAC....... 20-17 1970....H..... SAC....... 30-15 1971....A..... HSU.......... 26-3 1972....H..... HSU........ 20-14 1973....A..... HSU............ 7-0 1974....H..... HSU.......... 23-6 1975....A..... HSU.......... 28-7 1976....A..... HSU........ 22-13 1977....A..... Tie.......... 21-21 1978....H..... HSU........ 22-10 1979....H..... HSU.......... 17-7 1980....H..... SAC....... 34-17 1981....A..... HSU........ 23-19 1982....H..... SAC......... 30-6 1983....A..... SAC....... 35-20 1984....H..... SAC......... 52-7 1985....A..... SAC....... 39-30 1986....A..... SAC....... 45-17 1987....H..... SAC....... 21-13 1988....H..... SAC....... 55-17 2002....H..... SAC....... 43-35 2008....H..... SAC....... 45-13 1989....A..... UI............. 45-3 1996....A..... ISU......... 44-14 1997....H..... SAC....... 23-19 1998....A..... SAC....... 36-13 1999....H..... SAC....... 41-20 2000....A..... ISU......... 41-39 2001....H..... SAC....... 33-27 2002....A..... ISU......... 32-24 2003....H..... SAC....... 47-21 2004....A..... ISU......... 29-24 2005....H..... ISU......... 27-17 2006....A..... SAC....... 22-14 2007....H..... SAC....... 41-30 2008....A..... ISU....36-33 (ot) 2009....H..... SAC....... 38-17

Long Beach State (3-6)

1957....A..... SAC....... 19-12 1958....H..... SAC....... 26-14 1959....A..... LBSU......... 19-0 1960....H..... LBSU......... 14-0 1961....A..... LBSU....... 21-18 1962....H..... LBSU......... 13-9 1963....A..... SAC........... 4-0 1964....H..... LBSU....... 18-15 1965....A..... LBSU......... 34-7

Louisiana Tech (0-1)

1977....A..... Tech.......... 56-0

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Mesa State (0-1-1)

1986....A..... Tie.......... 29-29 1987....H..... Mesa...... 13-10

1975....A..... SAC....... 36-16 1976....A..... NEV....... 42-27 1977....A..... NEV......... 75-0 1978....H..... NEV....... 39-15 1990....A..... NEV......... 41-7 2003....A..... NEV......... 59-7

Moffitt Field (1-0)

N.C. Central (1-0)

1954....H..... Mather...... 46-0

1957....H..... SAC....... 44-25

Montana (0-15)

1993....A..... UM........... 54-7 1996....H..... UM......... 35-17 1997....A..... UM......... 52-10 1998....H..... UM......... 31-16 1999....A..... UM......41-38(ot) 2000....A..... UM......... 24-20 2001....H..... UM........... 42-7 2002....A..... UM......... 31-24 2003....H..... UM........... 26-0 2004....A..... UM......... 52-21 2005....H..... UM......... 31-14 2006....A..... UM......... 59-14 2007....H..... UM........... 17-3 2008....A..... UM........... 43-7 2009....H..... UM......... 45-30

Montana State (6-12)

1964....N..... MSU........ 28-7* 1991....A..... SAC....... 19-17 1992....H..... SAC......... 10-7 1994....H..... SAC....... 30-14 1996....A..... MSU....... 49-14 1997....H..... MSU......... 30-6 1998....A..... MSU....... 37-30 1999....H..... SAC....... 41-10 2000....H..... SAC....... 24-13 2001....A..... MSU......... 20-0 2002....H..... MSU....... 31-30 2003....A..... MSU......... 56-7 2004....H..... SAC....... 38-28 2005....A..... MSU....... 37-16 2006....H..... MSU....... 21-18 2007....A..... MSU......... 20-9 2008....H..... MSU....... 31-20 2009....A..... MSU....... 27-17 * Camellia Bowl

Morris Brown (1-0)

1990....H..... SAC....... 37-12

New Mexico (0-1)

2007....A..... NM.......... 58-0

Nevada (9-17)

1954....A..... NEV....... 27-14 1955....A..... NEV......... 28-7 1956....A..... SAC....... 21-20 1957....H..... SAC........... 7-0 1958....A..... NEV....... 40-24 1959....H..... NEV......... 14-0 1960....A..... NEV......... 15-0 1961....H..... NEV......... 14-8 1962....A..... NEV....... 23-12 1963....H..... NEV....... 15-11 1964....A..... SAC......... 38-0 1965....A..... NEV....... 20-13 1966....A..... SAC......... 13-8 1967....A..... SAC......... 14-7 1968....A..... SAC....... 17-14 1969....H..... SAC......... 41-7 1970....A..... NEV....... 18-14 1972....A..... SAC....... 19-14 1973....A..... NEV....... 17-10 1974....H..... NEV......... 31-7

1988....A..... NDSU.... 42-20* * NCAA Playoffs

1994....A..... PSU........ 47-28 1995....H..... PSU........ 54-16 1996....A..... PSU........ 38-31 1997....H..... PSU........ 27-13 1998....A..... PSU........ 58-31 1999....H..... SAC....... 41-14 2000....H..... PSU........ 35-23 2001....A..... PSU........ 52-33 2002....H..... PSU........ 34-20 2003....A..... PSU.......... 20-7 2004....H..... PSU.......... 31-0 2005....A..... PSU........ 28-12 2006....H..... PSU.......... 13-7 2007....A..... PSU........ 35-24 2008....H..... SAC....... 41-31 2009....A..... SAC....... 31-14

Northern Arizona (6-9)

Puget Sound (2-2)

1988....H..... SAC........ 56-7* * NCAA Playoffs

North Dakota (0-1)

1979....A..... UND......... 31-0

North Dakota St. (0-1)

1995....A..... NAU......... 62-7 1996....A..... NAU....... 51-32 1997....H..... NAU....... 48-25 1998....A..... SAC....... 38-21 1999....H..... NAU.. 51-49(3ot) 2000....A..... SAC....... 28-24 2001....H..... NAU....... 50-40 2002....A..... SAC....... 24-21 2003....H..... NAU....... 24-21 2004....A..... NAU......... 26-0 2005....H..... SAC....... 38-24 2006....A..... NAU....... 39-22 2007....H..... SAC......... 38-9 2008....A..... NAU....... 42-10 2009....H..... SAC....... 27-24

Northern Colorado (4-0)

2006....H..... SAC......... 14-9 2007....A..... SAC....... 20-17 2008....H..... SAC....... 45-25 2009....A..... SAC....... 38-35

Occidental (1-0)

1960....A..... SAC......... 33-6

Oregon State (0-1)

2003....A..... OSU......... 40-7

Pacific (2-7)

1973....A..... PAC.......... 22-0 1974....A..... PAC.......... 21-0 1985....A..... PAC........ 49-17 1986....A..... PAC.......... 49-7 1987....A..... PAC.......... 31-7 1988....A..... SAC....... 30-21 1990....A..... PAC........ 41-33 1991....A..... SAC....... 43-40 1993....A..... PAC.......... 30-6

Pepperdine (1-0)

1961....H..... SAC......... 21-0

Portland State (8-21)

1965....H..... SAC........... 7-6 1967....A..... SAC....... 23-21 1978....A..... PSU.......... 63-7 1983....A..... PSU........ 25-16 1984....H..... PSU........ 38-21 1985....A..... SAC....... 26-14 1986....H..... SAC....... 52-20 1987....A..... PSU.......... 24-0 1988....H..... PSU........ 43-29 1989....A..... PSU........ 42-19 1990....H..... PSU........ 41-24 1991....A..... PSU........ 35-19 1992....H..... SAC....... 35-28

1969....H..... SAC....... 49-24 1970....A..... SAC......... 27-6 1974....A..... UPS........ 35-16 1976....H..... UPS........ 34-14

Redlands (1-0)

1981....H..... SAC......... 45-8

Saint Mary’s (12-5)

1971....A..... SAC....... 38-21 1973....H..... SAC......... 28-7 1975....H..... SAC....... 20-13 1981....A..... SAC......... 14-9 1982....H..... SAC....... 13-10 1983....A..... SMC....... 23-15 1984....H..... SAC......... 34-9 1985....A..... SAC....... 21-14 1993....H..... SMC....... 27-14 1994....A..... SMC....... 14-12 1995....H..... SMC....... 28-14 1998....A..... SAC....... 25-12 1999....H..... SAC......... 41-7 2000....A..... SAC....... 24-21 2001....H..... SAC......13-6(ot) 2002....A..... SMC....... 20-12 2003....H..... SAC....... 69-19

San Francisco (6-0)

1966....A..... SAC......... 23-7 1968....H..... SAC......... 76-0 1969....A..... SAC......... 26-0 1970....A..... SAC......... 41-2 1971....H..... SAC....... 41-25 1981....H..... SAC......... 47-0

S.F. State (15-17-1)

1954....A..... SFSU........ 40-0 1955....H..... SFSU...... 33-14 1956....A..... SFSU........ 26-0 1957....A..... SFSU........ 41-6 1958....A..... SFSU...... 20-18 1959....H..... SFSU...... 37-14 1960....A..... SFSU........ 14-6 1961....A..... SFSU.......... 7-0 1962....A..... SFSU........ 28-7 1963....H..... SAC......... 13-0 1964....A..... Tie.......... 20-20 1965....H..... SFSU.......... 3-0 1966....A..... SAC......... 10-9 1967....H..... SFSU...... 28-20 1968....A..... SFSU...... 14-13 1969....H..... SAC......... 19-6 1970....A..... SAC......... 27-0 1971....H..... SAC......... 45-7 1972....H..... SAC....... 14-13 1973....A..... SFSU...... 28-23

1974....A..... SAC....... 27-17 1975....H..... SFSU........ 14-5 1976....A..... SFSU........ 10-9 1977....H..... SFSU........ 19-7 1978....A..... SAC....... 13-10 1979....H..... SAC......... 14-6 1980....A..... SFSU........ 19-0 1981....H..... SAC....... 38-17 1982....H..... SAC....... 23-14 1983....A..... SAC....... 37-25 1984....H..... SAC....... 41-14 1993....A..... SAC....... 49-10 1994....H..... SAC......... 30-0

Santa Clara (7-13)

1960....A..... SAC......... 14-8 1963....H..... SAC....... 20-14 1964....A..... SAC......... 14-0 1965....A..... SCU.......... 35-0 1966....A..... SCU............ 7-3 1971....A..... SCU........ 35-14 1972....A..... SCU........ 28-14 1974....H..... SCU.......... 14-9 1975....A..... SCU........ 20-14 1976....H..... SCU........ 37-23 1977....A..... SCU.......... 37-5 1984....A..... SCU........ 21-14 1985....H..... SCU........ 17-14 1986....H..... SAC......... 38-7 1987....A..... SCU.......... 10-5 1988....H..... SAC....... 28-14 1989....A..... SCU........ 21-16 1990....H..... SCU........ 24-22 1991....A..... SAC....... 33-32 1992....H..... SAC....... 32-21

Sonoma State (5-0)

1971....H..... SAC....... 23-22 1982....H..... SAC....... 39-17 1983....A..... SAC......... 35-7 1984....H..... SAC....... 31-12 1985....A..... SAC....... 63-10

Southern Oregon (5-1)

1955....A..... SAC........... 7-6 1956....A..... SAC....... 27-12 1960....A..... SAC....... 39-14 1961....H..... SAC......... 25-6 1962....A..... SOU......... 21-7 2008....H..... SAC....... 27-16

Southern Utah (6-5)

1986....A..... SAC....... 48-31 1987....H..... SAC......... 19-7 1988....A..... SUU........ 21-17 1989....H..... SAC....... 31-19 1990....A..... SUU........ 38-31 1991....H..... SUU........ 22-19 1992....A..... SUU........ 17-14 1993....H..... SUU........ 23-17 1994....A..... SAC....... 27-16 1995....H..... SAC....... 53-29 2004....H..... SAC....... 23-17

UNLV (0-1)

2009....A..... UNLV........ 38-3

U.S. International (2-1)

1967....H..... SAC....... 27-14 1968....A..... SAC....... 26-14 1979....H..... USIU........... 9-7

Weber State (4-10)

1996....H..... WSU...... 41-31 1997....A..... WSU...... 52-14 1998....H..... WSU...... 27-14 1999....A..... WSU...... 52-49 2000....H..... SAC......... 35-7 2001....A..... WSU...... 38-31 2002....H..... SAC....... 41-38 2003....A..... WSU...... 26-14 2004....H..... SAC....... 31-12 2005....A..... WSU...... 26-14 2006....H..... SAC....... 24-21 2007....A..... WSU........ 23-7 2008....H..... WSU...... 32-27 2009....A..... WSU...... 49-10

West Texas A&M (2-0)

1989....A..... SAC....... 35-22 1990....H..... SAC......... 22-9

Whittier (1-3)

1957....A..... WHIT...... 35-20 1958....H..... SAC....... 20-18 1959....A..... WHIT...... 20-19 1962....A..... WHIT........ 14-0

Results Summary

Big Sky Conference Eastern Washington...... 4-14 Idaho State..................... 8-6 Montana...................... 0-15 Montana State.............. 6-12 Northern Arizona........... 6-9 Northern Colorado.......... 4-0 Portland State............... 8-21 Weber State.................. 4-10 Great West Football Conf. UC Davis.................... 18-39 Cal Poly..................... 15-16 Southern Utah................. 6-5 Div. I-A/FBS Opponents 10 Opponents.............. 9-28 Non-Div. I Active Opponents 13 Opponents......... 36-34-2 Defunct Opponents 20 Opponents..... 115-112-5

Stephen F. Austin (0-1)

1994....A..... SFA........ 40-15

Texas-El Paso (0-1)

2002....A..... UTEP....... 42-12

Texas State (1-1)

1995....H..... SAC......... 12-3 1997....A..... TSU........ 24-14

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Aaron, Mike......................... 1986 Abbott, Brian................... 1976-77 Abbott, Dan..................... 1986-87 Abbott, Jerry......................... 1961 Abono, John......................... 1969 Abrams, Steve...................... 1987 Acosta, Charlie................ 1967-68 Adams, Ken..................... 1975-77 Adams, Kevin.................. 1992-93 Adcock, Jim.......................... 1969 Adelman, Jason.................... 1989 Adloff, Larry......................... 1959 Agbulos, Carl.................. 1961-62 Aguirre, Randy..................... 1980 Albert, Mark.................... 1984-85 Alberts, Dennis..................... 1958 Alderson, Antione........ 1997-2000 Aldrich, Clark....................... 1965 Alexander, Greg.............. 1975-76 Alkas, Tony...................... 1983-85 Allen, David......................... 1992 Allred, Brian.................... 1990-91 Allsup, Brent......................... 1981 Altamirano, Al...................... 1982 Alvarado, Chris............... 2007-08 Alvidrez, Steve................. 1980-81 Amaral, John........................ 1970 Amey, Charles...................... 2002 Amey, Elton.......................... 1990 Amey, Fred...................... 2001-04 Amick, Neal.................... 1955-56 Amos, Brian..................... 1993-94 Anderson, Derek................... 1995 Anderson, Don................ 1964-66 Anderson, Grant................... 1973 Anderson, Marty................... 1977 Anderson, Steve.................... 1961 Anderson, Tony..................... 1990 Andrews, Glenn.................... 1980 Andrews, Larry................ 1980-81 Andrews, Vince............ 1998-2001 Angelich, Gerry.................... 1973 Antillon, John........................ 1977 Antoniono, Dave.............. 1980-81 Anzelc, Joel..................... 1992-93 Arbet, Darren.................. 1982-85 Arbet, Lamarr....................... 2003 Ard, Dave....................... 1984-85 Arlin, Doug...................... 1993-94 Armbright, Billy................ 1993-94 Armstrong, Robert............ 1976-77 Armstrong, Steve.............. 1980-81 Arregue, Roy................... 1973-75 Arrendondo, Leo.............. 1966-67 Arrington, Al................... 1966-67 Ashby, Ken...................... 1963-64 Assad, Paul.......................... 1988 Aten, James.......................... 1966 Atkins, Sean......................... 1998 Austin, Ed....................... 1959, 62 Austin, Jr., Gary........... 1999-2002 Avery, Rod........................... 1981 Axtell, Dan...................... 1989-91 Axtell, Jeff............................ 1994 Ayala, Jeff............................ 1995

Banks, Adam........................ 1969 Bannan, Jason................. 1991-95 Barajas, Mike....................... 1997 Barba, Lou....................... 1957-59 Barbeau, Tim................... 1969-70 Barkelay, Dave...................... 1973 Barnes, Bob..................... 1990-91 Barnes, Jason....................... 2006 Barnes, Jim...................... 1993-94 Barnes, Reginald.............. 1975-76 Barnes, Steve................... 1975-76 Barone, Clancy................ 1985-86 Barrett, Aldin................... 1991-92 Barron, Gary........................ 1958 Barros, Larry......................... 1973 Barton, Derard............. 1998-2002 Basham, Dan................... 1991-92 Bastian, Bob......................... 1956 Bates, Larry.......................... 1976 Battle, Ryan.......................... 2008 Battle, Sean..................... 1996-97 Baugh, Cory.................... 1992-93 Bauman, Roger..................... 1958 Baxter, Robert....................... 1967 Bays, Casey.......................... 2002 Beale, Robert........................ 1969 Beall, Charles.................. 1980-81 Beam, Tom....................... 1992-94 Bear, Byron........................... 1968 Beasley, Anthony................... 1977 Beasley, Tony........................ 1981 Beaver, Jon...................... 1956-57 Becerra, Pepe.................. 1989-90 Beck, Carl............................. 1981 Becker, Tyson................... 1992-95 Beeuwsaert, Mike.................. 1976 Belanger, Rich.................. 1987-88 Belasco, Jay.......................... 1981 Bell, Bob.......................... 1992-93 Bell, Bob............................... 1960 Bell, Brian............................. 2003 Bell, Charlie..................... 1968-69 Bell, Ed................................. 1968 Bell, Evan............................. 1955 Bell, Garland................... 1967-68 Bell, Randy........................... 1973 Bellecci, Joe..................... 1992-93 Bendenelli, Roger.................. 1967 Benko, Brian.................... 1982-83 Bennett, Dave........................ 1969 Bennett, Guy......................... 1969 Bennett, Jeff.......................... 1976 Bennett, Mike................... 1986-87 Bennett, Monte...................... 1996 Benz, Stan............................ 1973 Benzel, Greg................... 1989-90 Berg, Allen...................... 1993-95 Bergstrom, Rick................ 1968-70 Bernard, Steve...................... 1975

Bernet, Mike......................... 1984 Bernhardt, A.J.................. 1997-98 Berringer, Chris................ 2003-04 Berringer, Dan...................... 1992 Berry, Jamie..................... 1986-87 Berry, Kyle............................ 1990 Bessolo, Tim..................... 2005-07 Bethel-Thompson, McLeod.2008-09 Bettencourt, Dennis................ 1970 Bettencourt, Nelson.......... 1976-77 Bhatia, Kuljet........................ 1987 Biagi, Don............................ 1963 Biancani, Al.......................... 1966 Bilderback, Tom.................... 1975 Billat, Gary...................... 1982-83 Bills, Greg................... 1999-2001 Bingham, Mike...................... 1985 Bingham, Randy.............. 1980-81 Birdsall, Greg.................. 1982-84 Birdsong, Joe................... 1965-66 Birdsong, Pat................... 1988-89 Black, Mike...................... 1981-85 Blair, Sean............................ 1984 Blanchard, Dave................... 1957 Bland, Louis.......................... 1989 Bobak, James....................... 2009 Bobino, Mario................. 1984-85 Bogetti, Antone................ 2001-04 Bogetti, Drew............... 1997-2001 Bogetti, James.................. 2003-06 Bolivar, Marcus................ 1991-93 Bonham, Bill.................... 1965-67 Bonner, Andrew............... 2000-02 Boon, Bill.............................. 1973 Boone, Tom........................... 1976 Booth, Calvin........................ 1969 Booth, David......................... 1990 Borda, Michael................ 1988-90 Borden, Maui................... 2000-01 Borjon, Jess..................... 1982-83 Bourne, Jamal.............. 1999-2000 Bowman, Chris................ 1969-70 Bowman, Zack...................... 1994 Boyer, Nate.......................... 2008 Boyles, Darrell................. 1982-83 Boysaw, Darrell..................... 1991 Brannon, Johnnie............. 2006-07 Brannon, Michael............. 2005-08 Breckenridge, John........... 1989-90 Breen, Jack........................... 1954 Brewster, Bill.................... 1969-70 Briggs, Tommy...................... 2005 Bright, Randy........................ 1981 Broaders, Keith................ 1966-67 Brock, Walter................... 2004-05 Brockwell, Tim....................... 2006 Broden, Eric..................... 2001-03 Brooks, Ken..................... 1963-64 Brooks, Wayne................ 1959-60

Broughton, Ken..................... 1980 Brown, Bob........................... 1955 Brown, Bobby.................. 2000-01 Brown, Bradd.................. 1967-68 Brown, Brandon............... 1992-94 Brown, Brian......................... 1989 Brown, Chris......................... 2004 Brown, Cornell...................... 1980 Brown, Dorian........... 2006-07, 09 Brown, Hermon................ 1989-91 Brown, Jim........................... 1981 Brown, John L.................. 1965-66 Brown, Koury................... 1981-82 Brown, Marvin................. 1994-95 Brown, Mike......................... 1980 Brown, Paul..................... 1964-65 Brown, Scott.................... 1996-99 Brown, Sean............... 2000, 2002 Brown, Tim...................... 1986-90 Browne, Travis...................... 1994 Broyles, Rick......................... 1983 Brunson, Doyle................. 1968-69 Brust, Barney................... 1964-65 Brye, Zebedee................. 1986-89 Buccellato, Steve.............. 1987-90 Buck, Peter....................... 2007-09 Bueno, Ed........................ 1988-89 Bugarin, Brent.................. 2004-05 Bump, Charles...................... 1973 Burden, Chuck................. 1959-60 Burgess, John................... 1965-66 Burkhalter, Bob...................... 1983 Burleson, Clyde..................... 1989 Burley, Mike..................... 1969-70 Burnett, Kyle......................... 1973 Burns, Thomas...................... 1987 Burris, Brian..................... 1995-97 Burroughs, Norm............. 1981-83 Burrows, Bud........................ 1959 Buscaglia, Lance.............. 1983-84 Bush, Michael....................... 1983 Butkovich, John..................... 1956 Butler, Andre.................... 1991-92 Butler, Lamont.................. 2006-07 Butler, Tyson..................... 2003-06

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Cabrera, Sergio.................... 2006 Caccavo, Jim........................ 1973 Caceres, Kris................... 1994-95 Cahoon, J.B..................... 1993-94 Caldwell, Bob.................. 1976-77 Caldwell, Dalas..................... 1968 Calgano, Frank..................... 1960 Calhoun, Kevin................ 1983-84 Caligiuri, John...................... 1987 Callaway, Jeremy............. 2000-02 Calosso, Mike.................. 1963-64

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Bach, Dick....................... 1959-60 Bailey, Andre........................ 1989 Bailey, Dwight....................... 1980 Bailey, Stuart........................ 1986 Baily, Jim.............................. 1963 Baines, Mike......................... 1970 Baiz, Lou......................... 1989-90 Baiz, Nick....................... 1994-95 Baker, Chris..................... 1994-95 Baker, Jack...................... 1980-81 Baker, Johnny....................... 1981 Baker, Rick............................ 1994 Baker, Torrell.................... 2005-08

While there have been numerous pairs of brothers to play for the Hornets, Drew (left), Antone (center) and James (right) Bogetti are believed to be the only set of trio to each don a Hornet uniform in the FCS era. Drew was a defensive end, Antone played receiver and James was a linebacker and special teams standout.

Marko Cavka Two-Time All-Big Sky Calub, Angelo................. 1990-92 Camarota, Dave................... 1981 Campbell, Chris.................... 1989 Campbell, Gary.................... 1977 Campora, Steve.................... 1975 Campos, Gerry..................... 1973 Campos, Joe.................... 1981-83 Campos, Ron........................ 1969 Candido, Brad................. 2000-02 Cannon, Jim......................... 1975 Canonico, Ed............... 1998-2001 Cantrell, Randy................ 1976-77 Capanna, Ralph.................... 1957 Caraugh, Mike................. 1986-87 Cardoza, Darryl................... 1970 Cardwell, Brian................ 1989-90 Carillo, Paul..................... 1997-99 Carmazzi, Dominic............... 2009 Carmignani, Don............. 1992-93 Carnes, Rick.................... 1987-88 Carney, John................... 1965-66 Carrier, Theon....................... 1989 Carter, Johnny...................... 1992 Carter, Matt.......................... 2009 Carter, Mel........................... 1997 Carter, Mike..................... 1968-69 Cassady, Gerald................... 1973 Castanon, Gilbert............. 1989-90 Castillo, Jacob...................... 2007 Caton, Jeff....................... 1980-82 Cauchi, Dave................... 1982-83 Cauchi, Ron.......................... 1988 Cavallaro, Joe................. 1963-64 Cavender, Chris.................... 2005 Cavka, Marko.................. 2000-03 Cavka, Zvonimir................... 2003 Cavote, Chris................... 1986-87 Ceccarelli, Dave............... 1980-81 Cervi, Mike...................... 1989-91 Chaidez, Cesar..................... 1997 Chamberlain, Dan............ 1956-58 Chamberts, James................. 1983 Chandler, Sean..................... 1992 Chapman, Tom..................... 1969 Chappell, Roger............... 1957-59 Charlon, Robert.................... 1966 Chase, David........................ 1992 Chatham, Jim.................. 1959-61 Chatterton, Ted..................... 1956 Choate, Rono........................ 1975 Choate, Wayne..................... 1973 Choi, Steve.................. 1998-2001 Chorely, Glenn...................... 1986 Claborn, Bob........................ 1980 Clark, Christian................ 2007-09 Clark, Gary.......................... 1975 Clark, Greg.......................... 1975 Clark, Ralph......................... 1977 Clayton, Cameron............ 2001-02 Clayton, Ted.................... 1982-83

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D’Angelo, Mike................ 1984-86 Dahme, Al............................ 1964 Dailey, Terrance.................... 2009 Daisley, Anthony.......... 1999-2000 Dammeyer, Fred.................... 2002 Daniels, Bobby................. 1987-88 Daniels, Kris.................... 2003-06 Darling, Scott................... 1980-81 Darrow, George.................... 1960 Darzins, Manny............... 1998-99 Daubin, Brian.................. 1994-95 Daugherty, Aaron............ 1975-76 DaValle, Steven..................... 1967 Davidson, Jack...................... 1954

Davidson, Jack...................... 1958 Davies, Randy....................... 1973 Davis, Byron......................... 1987 Davis, Charles....................... 1965 Davis, Greg..................... 1997-98 Davis, Ken............................ 1994 Davis, Kevin..................... 2005-08 Davis, Leukamian....... 1997, 99-01 Davis, Marv.......................... 1975 Davis, Melvin........................ 1976 Davis, Robert........................ 1970 Davis, Tyrone................... 2005-06 Dayton, Ed........................... 1960 Dayton, Geoff....................... 1986 Deadder, Chase.................... 2008 DeAlba, Oscar................. 2007-08 Dean, Shawn................... 1995-96 DeAngelis, Mike............... 1968-70 Deason, Winston.................. 1976 DeBise, Chuckie.................... 1976 DeBruycker, Cameron....... 2001-04 Dees, Shane......................... 1994 DeLaTorre, Dan................ 2001-02 DeLaura, Wayne.............. 1968-69 Dellfous, Orval...................... 1956 DeLoney, Eric........................ 1986 DeMain, Skip................... 1982-83 DeMarco, Vic....................... 1989 DeMink, Dave.................. 1992-96 DeMonaco, Tony.............. 2005-06 Demps, Chris.................. 1984, 86 Derenzo, Steve...................... 1980 DeRieux, Roger..................... 1958 DeRossett, Marc............... 1990-92 DeSilva, Dave.................. 1984-85 DeVisscher, Jon................ 1967-68 Deyo, Seth............................ 2001 Dickinson, Mike.................... 1982 Dickinson, Ramy................... 1991 Dille, Tom............................. 1965 Dillon, Don........................... 1967 Diniz, Chris.......................... 2009 Dire, Ernie....................... 1957-59 Dirstine, Jack........................ 1956 Dithomas, Tony..................... 1973 Dixon, Jeff............................ 2004 Dixon, Jim............................ 1956 Dizon, June.......................... 1989 Dockweiler, Gregg........... 1985-86 Dodge, John.................... 1980-81 Dogan, Larry........................ 1980 Doherty, Seaon............ 1999-2002 Domingo, Ron....................... 1985 Donati, Nick.................... 1995-99 Dongallo, Alex...................... 1977 Dooley, Pat...................... 1964-65 Dorcoo, Joe..................... 1998-99 Doroen, Kalani..................... 1991 Douglas, Bob................... 1964-65 Douglas, Fred....................... 1980 Doverspike, Nate............. 2008-09 Doylce, Clarke...................... 1975 Doyle, Mike.......................... 1973 Duchi, Bill............................. 1966 Duke, Roger..................... 1967-69 Duke, Tim............................. 1977 Durand, Chad....................... 1995

Elkins, Matt...................... 1996-97 Elkins, Sam........................... 1966 Ellingson, Jimmy................... 2004 Ellingsworth, Dale............ 1981-82 Ellis, Landon.................... 2004-05 Ellis, Larry............................ 1963 Ellis, Robert..................... 1985-88 Ellis, Tim............................... 1977 Ellis, Tom.............................. 1973 Endean, Ty....................... 1985-89 Engberg, Pete.................. 1992-94 Engledinger, Brad.................. 2000 English, Pat........................... 1982 English, William.................... 1957 Enloe, Joe........................ 1962-64 Eskridge, Ron................... 1988-89 Eskridge, Sancho............. 1992-93 Esparza, Mike....................... 1983 Estrada, Alex........................ 1995 Estrella. Fernando................. 1968 Eugene, John........................ 1984 Euser, Andy..................... 1980-81 Evans, Ken............................ 1985 Evans, Matt...................... 2007-08 Evans, Ross........................... 1973 Evans, Walter....................... 1985 Everingham, Ray................... 1956 Ewing, Charles...................... 1984

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Fa’aita, James....................... 1993 Fa’aita, Sam......................... 1993 Fahy, Lee.............................. 1975 Fain, Darin........................... 1990 Falk, Rich............................. 1965 Fallon, Jack.......................... 1954 Fallon, Roger................... 1963-64 Fanter, Kevin......................... 1989 Fanucchi, Tyler................. 2005-07 Faraimo, Mathew............. 1995-96 Farley, John..................... 1980-83 Farley, William................ 1981-84 Farrell, Dave......................... 1965 Farrell, Jordan................. 2004-05 Farrell, Josh..................... 2003-04

Fears, Andrew...................... 1991 Feaster, Johnny..................... 2009 Fehr, Jeff.......................... 1961-62 Fekkers, Robert..................... 1970 Ferguson, James................... 1985 Ferre, Richard.................. 1989-90 Ferrel, Jim............................ 1973 Fesser, Randy........................ 2009 Filo, Harry....................... 2003-04 Fiori, Ken............................. 1969 Firman, Mike........................ 1981 Fisher, Chris..................... 1969-70 Fisher, Nolan........................ 2003 Flemming, Judd................ 1993-95 Fletcher, Anthony.................. 2009 Fleurinord, McRuben........ 2004-05 Flores, Adam........................ 1990 Flores, Jesse.......................... 1973 Flowers, Rolinzo............... 1991-92 Flynn, Colin..................... 1985-86 Fontes, Kevin................... 1981-82 Fontes, Mel...................... 1961-62 Fontes, Troy..................... 1981-83 Footlik, Hal........................... 1980 Ford, Algin........................... 1975 Ford, Jerry....................... 1969-70 Fortney, Tom.................... 1985-86 Fountain, Ron....................... 1983 Fowler, Justin................... 1986-87 Fowler, Stephen................ 1987-91 Fowler, Steve......................... 1976 Fox, Ben.......................... 2002-03 Franceschetti, Mark......... 1981, 83 Francies, Carlos.................... 2005 Francis, Mike........................ 1967 Frank, Chris..................... 2000-03 Frank, Mark.......................... 1996 Franks, James.................. 1995-96 Franz, Matt...................... 2000-03 Frausto, David...................... 1969 Frazer, Eric........................... 1999 Frederick, John..................... 1975 Fredericks, Al................... 1967-68 Freeman, Bob....................... 1968 Freeman, Kendal.............. 1990-92 Fresques, Bobby............... 1991-92

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Eady, Dwayne....................... 1989 Earls, Terry........................... 1975 Eaton, Bill........................ 1986-87 Eaton, John...................... 1956-57 Echols, Nick..................... 1997-98 Edge, Butch.......................... 1984 Edmerson, Matt................ 1980-82 Edmunson, Fred............... 1969-70 Edwards, Ronnie................... 1977 Ehnisz, Levi........................... 2005 Elarmo, Jared................. 2003, 05 Elder, Keith........................... 1973

A four-year starter, Chris Frank was a three-time all-Big Sky Conference selection at offensive guard. Following his career, Frank signed a free-agent contract with the Tennessee Titans.

Fricke, Brad.......................... 1983 Frink, Gary........................... 1959 Fuenzalida, Rob.................... 1995 Fuller, Bill.............................. 1964 Fuller, Dan....................... 1983-87 Fuller, Jesse...................... 1980-82 Fuller, Tony...................... 1977-80

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Gabourel, Elton............ 1998-2001 Gaffen, Rich......................... 1986 Gago, Switch.................. 1985, 87 Gaines, Tim.......................... 1976 Galetto, Jim..................... 1969-70 Gallagher, Stan..................... 1956 Galloway, Adam.......... 1999-2000 Galvez, Nick................... 1984-85 Gamboa, Juan................. 2005-08 Garcia, Aaron................. 1992-93 Garcia, Fernando............ 1997-99 Garcia, Gil...................... 1961-63 Garcia, Len........................... 1983 Gardner, Ken................... 1984-85 Gardner, Russell........... 1999-2001 Garibay, Robbie.............. 2004-05 Garnto, Chris............... 1999-2000 Garofalo, Joe.................. 1992-94 Garth, John..................... 2007-08 Garza, Armando............. 1995-96 Garza, Ferni.................... 2000-01 Gasper, Aaron...................... 2009 Gassaway, Troy............... 1993-94 Gatewood, Kevin.................. 1984 Gaughen, Matt..................... 2006 Gayaldo, Jack................. 1967-68 Gayaldo, Rene...................... 1962 Gehlert, Chuck...................... 1975 George, Brian....................... 1963 Gerving, Vern....................... 1973 Gesek, John..................... 1983-86 Ghazanfari, Bob.............. 1994-97 Ghilardi, Jim......................... 1987 Ghilardi, Larry................. 1959-62 Gibbs, J.J............................. 1994 Gibson, Fred.................... 1966-68 Gida, Stan............................ 1973 Gilberg, Barry................. 1965-66 Gilbert, Ken.......................... 1984 Giles, Andre.................... 1986-87 Gill, Jim................................ 1988 Gillaspy, J.R..................... 1956-57 Gillespie, Ottis................. 1980-82 Gilliand, Gene................. 1958-59 Giorgi, Ray........................... 1986 Giovacchini, Brian................ 1994 Girley, Jason......................... 2003 Glaude, Reggie................ 1990-93 Golden, Sam........................ 1980 Golston, Mark....................... 1977 Gomez, Rich.................... 1966-67 Gonce, Greg........................ 1973 Gonzales, Paul...................... 1964 Goodwin, Greg.................... 1976 Gordon, Deionte.............. 2008-09 Gorley, Paul..................... 1969-70 Gornick, Francis.................... 1967 Grace, Gabriel..................... 1958 Graf, Don........................ 1968-70 Graham, James.................... 1984 Graham, Michael.................. 1995 Gratsinopoulos, Phil......... 2001-02 Graves, Jack.................... 1968-69 Gray, Mike...................... 1997-98 Gray, Tristan......................... 2007 Green, Cornell................. 1986-87 Green, Dave.................... 1980-81 Green, Jason........................ 1996 Green, Roc........................... 2006 Gregerson, Bjorn.................. 1982 Gregory, Billie.................. 1989-91 Grenier, Rod......................... 1983

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2010 SACRAMENTO STATE FOOTBALL ALL-TIME ROSTER Griffin, Ryan.................... 1997-98 Griffiths, Travis...................... 1989 Grim, Marv.......................... 1963 Grim, Mike...................... 1983-84 Grimble, Otis................... 1957-58 Gross, Tyronne................. 2002-04 Guest, Ray............................ 1987 Guider, Dick......................... 1960 Guiterrez, Brent........... 1999-2000 Gunn, Tony...................... 1982-83 Gutierrez, LeeRoy.................. 1963 Guzman, Alex...................... 1973 Guzman, Juan...................... 1980

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Haag, Bob............................ 1973 Haag, Tom............................ 1961 Hadden, John....................... 1992 Haentjens, Tim................. 1967-68 Haflich, Jerry................... 1981-82 Hagarty, Rich................... 1980-83 Hagen, Grant.................. 2000-03 Hagens, Dustin...................... 2003 Hailey, Willie........................ 1977 Hair, Donald.................... 1985-88 Hale, Tim......................... 1990-91 Hall, Armand................... 1985-86 Hall, Darrin.......................... 1990 Hall, Dave....................... 1968-70 Hall, Joe.......................... 1985-86 Hall, Keith............................ 1988 Hall, Kevin...................... 2005, 08 Hall, Santi............................ 2000 Hall, Stu.......................... 1980-81 Hamilton, Rod.................. 1956-57 Hamilton, Will................. 2004-05 Hamlett, Cole................... 2004-05 Hanan, Marco...................... 2001 Handsbearry, Barney............ 1968 Hanes, Chris......................... 1981 Hansen, Bill..................... 1962-63 Hansen, Dave....................... 2002 Hansen, Matt........................ 2005 Harding, Tyler....................... 1960 Hargett, Mike........................ 1962 Harmon, Robert.................... 1975 Harper, Lisso......................... 1969 Harrah, Tanner..................... 2006 Harrington, Eric............... 1992-93 Harrington, Kevin......... 1999-2000 Harris, Chris.................... 1989-90 Harris, Homer....................... 1968 Harris, Jerry.................... 1989-91 Harris, William..................... 1970 Harrison, Bill......................... 1968 Harrison, Curtiss................... 1995 Harrison, Donald............. 1995-96 Harrison, Rob.................. 1985-86 Harrison, Wayne.................. 1983 Hart, Steve...................... 1964, 68 Haslam, Jerry....................... 1957 Hastie, Ryan......................... 2006 Hatcher, Jerry....................... 1963 Hatten, Dick..................... 1961-62 Hawkins, Junior.................... 1983 Haworth, Jeff........................ 1994 Hayes, Mario................... 1966-67 Headrich, Jerry................ 1957-58 Heaslet, Reese....................... 2009 Heath, Augie........................ 2009 Heath, Brian.................... 2006-09 Hebel, Larry..................... 1984-85 Hebert, George..................... 1954 Heckman, Gary............... 1963-64 Heffernan, John............... 1996-97 Hefner, Eli............................. 1993 Heglie, Duane.................. 1963-65 Heiberger, Norm.............. 1965-66 Heintz, John..................... 1964-65 Heinzman, Kurt..................... 1991 Helmey, Kevin.................. 1984-85

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Hendershott, John................. 2009 Henderson, Buster............ 1996-97 Henderson, James...... 2003, 05-07 Henderson, Jeremy........... 2006-07 Hendricks, Jason................... 1992 Henry, Mark......................... 1992 Henry, Mike..................... 1993-96 Henson, Dave....................... 1983 Hereth, Jim........................... 1993 Herman, Brian................. 2001-04 Heskett, Frank.................. 1960-61 Hickey, Phil...................... 1985-86 Hickman, Mike................. 2007-08 Hierholzer, Dan..................... 1967 Hightower, Gary.............. 1981-82 Hill, Chris............................. 1983 Hill, Eddie............................. 1981 Hill, Kyle............................... 2008 Hill, Steve............................. 1967 Hilliard, Anthony................... 1988 Hilliard, Bryan................. 2007-08 Hillman, Tyrone................ 1976-77 Hilton, John.......................... 1986 Hinde, Jay............................ 1980 Hines, Don................ 1987, 89-91 Hines, Ozzie......................... 1956 Hines, Richard...................... 1967 Hingano, Pete....................... 2003 Hippler, Werner............... 1993-94 Hockenson, Bill..................... 1967 Hodges, Dean....................... 1989 Hoffart, Jake......................... 1993 Hoffart, Tom.......................... 2003 Hoffman, Jeff................... 1981-84 Hoffman, Tony................ 1986, 88 Hoganson, Jan................. 1964-67 Hogge, Dave................... 1982-83 Hogue, Jake.................... 1992-93 Hogue, Mike......................... 2005 Holcomb, Lee................... 1981-82 Holgerson, Mark................... 1966 Holland, Robert................ 1985-86 Holley, James........................ 1991 Hollie, Jermaine............... 1993-94 Hollingsworth, Doug......... 1997-99 Holmes, Jim.......................... 1970 Holmly, Jason........................ 1999 Holt, Jim............................... 1959 Holt, Shawn..................... 1985-86 Hood, James......................... 1977 Hood, Marvis........................ 1990 Hooker, Al............................ 1958 Hookins, Aaron................ 1992-93 Hoomana, Lee...................... 1987 Hoskins, Dave....................... 1965 Hoskins, Dave.............. 1999-2000 Hotchkiss, Dick................. 1959-60 Hotell, Dave..................... 1955-57 Houston, Jacob..................... 2004 Howard, Bob........................ 1968 Huang, Andy........................ 2002 Hubbard, Larry................ 1967-69 Huckaby, Curt....................... 1973 Hudson, Robert..................... 1976 Huiskens, Beau............. 1998-2001 Hunter, Jordan................. 2006-07 Hunter, Terence..................... 1966 Hurd, Chris........................... 2005 Hurts, Chris..................... 2004-07 Huskinson, Bob..................... 1973

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Jablonsky, Dale................ 1981-82 Jackson, Aaron................ 1996-97 Jackson, Blaine................ 2006-07 Jackson, Bobbie.................... 1973 Jackson, Damone............. 2008-09 Jackson, Dwayne............ 1985, 87 Jackson, Greg....................... 1969 Jackson, Harold.................... 1970 Jackson, Jairon..................... 2008 Jackson, John....................... 1986 Jackson, Keith.................. 1975-77 Jackson, Malik................. 1991-92 Jackson, Malik................. 1993-94 Jackson, Mark.................. 1992-93 Jackson, Sean....................... 1987 Jackson, Warren................... 2001 Jackson, Willie................. 1958-59 Jacobsen, Dick................. 1956-57 James, Angelo................. 1984-85 James, Bob........................... 1963 James, Lyle...................... 1966-68 Jamison, Craig................. 1983-84 Jantzen, Jeff.......................... 1986 Jardine, Don......................... 1957 Jaurique, Steve..................... 1973 Jeffrey, Steve.................... 1983-86 Jensen, Jay........................... 1954 Jesse, Tyler....................... 1993-96 Joeger, Rich..................... 1964-65 Johnke, Rich.................... 1968-70 Johnson, Bob........................ 1956 Johnson, Chad................. 1994-97 Johnson, Chris...................... 1997 Johnson, Clenzo.................... 1987 Johnson, Craig................. 1968-69 Johnson, Doug................. 1981-83 Johnson, Doug................. 1987-88 Johnson, Greg................. 1993-94 Johnson, Greg................. 2008-09 Johnson, Jeff......................... 1992 Johnson, Jeff......................... 2009 Johnson, Jeremy............... 2002-03 Johnson, Jody............ 2003, 05-07 Johnson, Kevin................. 1987-88

Johnson, Mark................. 1976-77 Johnson, Michael............. 1988-90 Johnson, Michael.......................... 1999-2002Johnson, Reagan......... 1982-83 Johnson, Robert.................... 1986 Johnson, Travis................. 2004-05 Johnston, Larry................ 1966-67 Jones, Caleb.................... 2002-03 Jones, Darrell........................ 1989 Jones, Dennis................... 1965-66 Jones, James......................... 1960 Jones, Jerone........................ 1985 Jones, Marquise.................... 2009 Jones, Mitch.......................... 1998 Jones, Nate.......................... 2009 Jones, Tim....................... 1983-84 Jones, Tom....................... 1969-70 Jones, Travon........................ 2007 Jordan, Jimmie................ 1967-68 Jorgenson, Terry.................... 1973 Joseph, Arie.................... 1992-93 Joseph, Bob.......................... 1975 Joyce, Chantz.................. 1995-96 Joyce, Noah......................... 1995

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Kaifahina, Kentry.................. 2002 Kane, Tony........................... 1973 Karnes, Jason....................... 2004 Karthauser, Collin.................. 1970 Keese, Mike..................... 1966-67 Keinath, Rodney.................... 1989 Kellas, Tom...................... 1990-91 Keller, Aaron................... 1993-94 Keller, Edward...................... 1970 Kelley, Gary.................... 1961-64 Kelley, Roger.................... 1991-92 Kelley, Tom...................... 1964-65 Kellogg, Lindsey............... 2004-05 Kellom, Jake.................... 2004-05 Kelly, Bill............................... 1983 Kelly, Chris...................... 1998-99 Kelly, Fred............................ 2004

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Iannacone, Alan.............. 1982-86 Iglehart, Jon.......................... 2003 Ingram, Derek....................... 1988 Ingram, James................. 1992-93 Ingram, Lepoleon............. 1975-77 Iniguez, Brian....................... 1995 Iwanaga, Akio................. 1954-55 Michael Johnson, Jr., ranks seventh in school history with 1,420 career receiving yards. Johnson played for the Hornets from 1999-2002.

Kelly, Terry............................ 1967 Kemp, Phil............................ 1975 Kendall, Ervin....................... 1995 Kendricks, Chad.................... 2000 Kenner, Lee...................... 1957-58 Kenney, Joe..................... 1961-62 Kerr, Paul........................ 2001-02 Kerr, Robert.......................... 1987 Kersey, Josh.......................... 1994 Kilgariff, John.................. 1987-88 Kimball, Bill.......................... 1956 Kine, Dave............................ 1983 King, Charles........................ 1986 King, Craig........................... 2006 Kinney, Ed............................ 1980 Kirk, Matt............................. 1988 Kirkbride, Jim.................. 1969-70 Kirksey, Jon..................... 1991-92 Kiser, Paul............................ 1957 Kizzee, Larry........................ 1989 Klamm, Ben..................... 2003-04 Klinge, Jesse.................... 1994-97 Klinkhammer, Lin.............. 1985-86 Knapp, Greg................... 1982-85 Knapp, Joe...................... 1997-98 Kniffin, Kurt..................... 1983-84 Knox, Dwayne................. 1976-77 Knudson, Mark................ 1976-77 Kool, Jeff......................... 1997-98 Koontz, Mike................... 1967-69 Korte, Tim........................ 1982-84 Kotte, Cassidy....................... 1991 Kraintz, Micah............. 1998-2001 Krebs, Jon............................ 2009 Kroeker, Ryan.................. 2002-03 Kuchar, Mike........................ 1966 Kukrall, Brian........................ 1981 Kukuruza, Phil...................... 1968

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Laban, Alesana..................... 2009 Lackowski, Mark.............. 1989-90 Lacoste, Louie....................... 1958 Ladage, Ron.................... 1985-87 Laine, Dan....................... 1994-97 Lamanno, Dave................ 1992-94 Lamb, Charles....................... 1961 Landgraf, John................. 1963-64 Landrum, Bob....................... 1969 Lane, Dylan..................... 2007-09 Langensiepen, Mark......... 1982-84 Lango, John.......................... 1981 Laolagi, Val..................... 1991-92 Larson, Matt......................... 2009 LaRue, Chris......................... 1998 Lastinger, Trent............ 1997, 1999 Lastufka, Chuck..................... 1954 Latona, Joe........................... 1963 Lavey, Mark..................... 2008-09 Lawrence, David.............. 1995-96 Lawrence, Ken...................... 1957 Lawrence, Ken...................... 1975 Lawrence, Matt..................... 2009 Layne, Harold....................... 1957 Lazark, Bob..................... 1962-63 Lazio, Paul............................ 1964 Leadingham, Ryan........... 2001-04 Leahy, Rick...................... 1994-96 Leal, Dave............................ 1969 Lee, Chad........................ 1992-93 Lee, Chris........................ 1993-94 Lee, Jack.............................. 1957 Lee, Jerry......................... 1966-67 Lee, Mark............................. 1982 Lee, Pat................................ 1981 Lees, Lane............................. 1980 Lehe, Robert.......................... 1977 Leitzke, Kyle..................... 2006-07 Lemley, Matt.................... 2007-09 Lenz, Peter....................... 2008-09 Lenzi, Matt....................... 1995-96

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Macklin, Heath..................... 2003 Macola, Paul........................ 1984 Macrina, Mike...................... 1973 Madson, Ted......................... 1960 Magden, Bill......................... 1959

Magee, Najib.................. 2001-02 Mahaffey, Christian.......... 1989-90 Maine, Ryan......................... 2002 Maldonado, Noel.................. 1965 Malone, Jeff.......................... 1976 Manning, Tremaine............... 2004 Manriquez, Dave.................. 1983 Mar, Bob.............................. 1958 Marchbank, Pat.................... 1973 Marcum, Virgil................. 1965-66 Mareko, Jeremiah............ 2006-07 Marengo, Mike................ 1984-85 Markson, Dick....................... 1954 Marquez, Marcel.................. 2006 Marshall, Todd................. 2003-04 Marti, John...................... 1957-58 Martin, James....................... 1977 Martin, Ryan......................... 2007 Martinez, Bob....................... 1973 Martinez, Rick.................. 1983-84 Martinson, Robert................. 1988 Mascorro, Frank.............. 1963-64 Masel, Joe....................... 1980-82 Mason, Dalen....................... 2006 Mason, Damien............... 1992-96 Massari, Mark................. 1988-89 Massey, Clarke..................... 1955 Massoudi, Ramin............. 1989-91 Matta, Lew....................... 1968-69 Matthews, Bill....................... 1977 Matthews, Keilan.............. 1989-90 Matthews, Tony..................... 1983 Mattos, Bob..................... 1962-63 Mauga, Dallas................. 2006-07 Mauga, Rainbow.................. 2006 Mauga, Tuata.................. 1986-87 Maumau, Fine................. 1988-89 Maumau, Maika.............. 2008-09 Maumau, Salesi.................... 2009 Mayer, Brian......................... 1996 Mayes, Orrlando............. 1985-86 Mazorra, Len................... 1955-57 Mazzola, Frank............... 1993-94 Mazzuca, Pete...................... 1975 Mazzucua, Joe..................... 1982 Mbewa, Camron.............. 2000-03 McAdam, Jim....................... 1998 McAdams, Scott.................... 1989 McAllister, Park.......... 1999-01, 03 McCandless, James............... 2003 McCandless, Tim................... 1977 McCarthy, John................ 1964-66 McCarthy, Kevin............... 1990-91 McClain, Tom.................. 1966, 68 McClure, Angus............... 1988-91 McColl, Dan......................... 1963 McCormack, Dennis.............. 1986 McCowan, Sam.................... 2009 McCoy, Allen............... 1998-2001 McCray, Kyle........................ 2007 McCullough, Brian........... 1990-91 McDaniels, Bob................ 1968-69 McDaniels, Seth.................... 2006 McDonald, Kiel..................... 2005 McDowell, Bruce.............. 1976-77 McElliott, Todd................. 1982-83 McFarland, Curt......... 1985-86, 88 McGee, Adolphus............ 1960-61 McGee, Don.................... 1969-70 McGinn, Marc................. 1975-76 McGirr, Mike................... 1991-94 McGruder, Robert................. 1982 McIntyre, Mike................. 1980-81 McKee, Noel.................... 1955-56 McKenna, Jim....................... 1977 McKenzie, Chris.................... 1987 McKeon, Brian...................... 2009 McKerras, Tom................. 1960-61 McKinney, Scott............... 1987-88 McLeod, Mike.................. 1981-82 McLevich, Larry................ 1970-73 McMahan, Jerry.............. 1987-88

McMasters, Larry.................. 1965 McMasters, Rod............... 1991-92 McNamara, Scott.................. 2002 McNamee, John.................... 1973 McNear, LeRoy................ 1957-58 McPartland, Tim............... 1988-91 McWilliams, Randell......... 1991-92 Meggers, Marlan............. 1988-89 Mello, Dan...................... 1996-97 Melton, Tom.......................... 1992 Mercer, Lee...................... 1968-70 Merrell, Dan......................... 1996 Mesa, Paul........................... 1988 Messer, Cory........................ 1997 Messer, Don.......................... 1973 Meyer, Chris......................... 2003 Meza, Manuel...................... 1985 Meza, Monti.............. 1984-85, 87 Micco, Kelly..................... 2001-03 Mickelson, Todd.................... 1989 Mickns, Ashton..................... 1992 Miles, Bob............................ 1965 Millard, Mitch....................... 1986 Miller, Bob....................... 1964-65 Miller, Derek......................... 2000 Miller, Gary..................... 1962-63 Miller, Gary.......................... 1970 Miller, Nick...................... 2004-05 Miller, Robert................... 1991-92 Miller, Russ...................... 1969-70 Miller, Tony...................... 1980-82 Mills, Troy........................ 1990-91 Milner, Joe....................... 1989-90 Minuth, Mike................... 1968-69 Misasi, Mark.................... 1981-82 Mitchell, Derrick............... 1993-94 Mitchell, Jerrell...................... 2006 Mitchell, Mason......... 2000, 03-05 Mitchell, Paul........................ 1969 Mitchell, Paul............... 1999-2000 Mitchell, Sheridan............ 1996-97 Mizuki, Mark.................. 1973, 76 Modena, Lou................... 1965-66 Moeller, Fred................... 1954-56 Moffott, Vernon..................... 1967 Mohler, Earl..................... 1965-68 Moisan, John................... 1966-67 Mole, Ryan...................... 2004-05 Moloney, Pat.................... 1968-70 Mondragon, Dave............ 1980-81 Monroe, Gary................. 1963-64 Montalvo, Rudy................ 1960-61 Mooney, Pete........................ 1960 Moore, Bernard.................... 1984 Moore, Gene........................ 1959 Moore, Kevin................... 2008-09 Moore, Richard................ 2003-05 Moore, Sean.................... 1992-93 Moore, Tay...................... 1959-60 Mooshagian, Bobby......... 2005-06 Mora, Jim............................. 1994 Morales, Abe........................ 1980 Moreno, John.................. 1960-61 Mori, Blake........................... 2003 Morris, Ben........................... 1993 Morris, Bob..................... 1975-76 Morris, King......................... 1977 Morris, Reynold.................... 1995 Morrison, Paul...................... 1986 Morrisroe, Bill.................. 1965-66 Morrissey, Jon.............. 1997-2000 Morse, Barry........................ 1967 Morse, Gary.................... 1967-68 Morton, Dave.................. 1975-76 Morton, Pat.................... 1963, 65 Morton, Robert..................... 1987 Moser, John..................... 1975-76 Moses, Tom...................... 1991-95 Moss, Paul............................ 1976 Mota, Scott........................... 1973 Mowry, Kyle......................... 2005 Moyer, Grant................... 1991-92

Dustin Nicolodi started and earned all-Big Sky honors at center, guard and tackle during his career (2002-05) with the Hornets.

Mozerka, John...................... 1994 Muhammad, Bilal.................. 2008 Muhammad, Faheem....... 2005-07 Mulitalo, Cyrus................ 2005-08 Mullins, Brandon.............. 1993-94 Munoz, Genaro.................... 1956 Murdock, Josh............. 1999-2000 Murphy, John................... 1989-90 Murphy, John........................ 1968 Murphy, Mark....................... 1984 Murray, Chris........................ 1984 Murray, Joe..................... 1992-93 Musick, Gary................... 1959-60 Myers, Jack.......................... 1973 Mystead, Tony....................... 1960

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Nabors, Marcellus............ 1992-96 Nagle, Bernie....................... 1957 Napoli, Bob.......................... 1960 Napue, Gary........................ 1980 Nash, Phil....................... 1989, 91 Nash, Zack...................... 2008-09 Natall, Chris.................... 1976-77 Navar, Ray...................... 2005-08 Navarro, Eric........................ 1981 Neal, Rick........................ 1981-84 Need, Lloyd.......................... 1981 Nelson, Chris................... 1980-81 Nelson, Leonard............... 1991-92 Nelson, Mark................... 1983-84 Nerney, Ridge....................... 1969 Neverve, Mike................. 1993-94 Nicholas, Al......................... 1966 Nicholson, George........... 1969-70 Nickerson, Dave.............. 1986-88 Nicolodi, Dustin............... 2002-05 Nidever, Bill.......................... 1970 Nilsson, Matt................... 1985-87 Nisbet, Andy........................ 1970 Nishio, Howard............... 1963-64 Norman, Ron........................ 1976

Norton, Mike................... 1975-77 Norwood, John................ 1969-70 Nua, Junior..................... 1988-89 Nugent, Tom.................... 1960-61 Nunes, Geno................... 1984-85

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Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Neil, Kelly......................... 1973 Ochoa, Greg................... 1992-93 Odums, Naeem.................... 1995 Oglesby, Doug...................... 1969 Olander, John.................. 1960-61 Oliphant, Adrian.............. 1992-93 Oliva, Angelo.................. 1983-87 Oliver, Bob...................... 1966-67 Oliver, Durrell............ 2005-07, 09 Oliver, Joe............................ 1995 Oliver, Mitch......................... 1995 Oliver, Tom...................... 1966-67 Olivia, Richard..................... 1987 Olmstead, Dave............... 1959-60 Ornelas, Dan........................ 1977 Ortiz, Jim............................. 1970 Ortiz, Joey........................... 1989 Osborn, Kelly.................. 1981-83 Osman, Randy...................... 1975 Ossont, Dave........................ 1984 Osterhout, Brad.................... 2002 Osterhout, Jon................. 1996-99 Ously, Gene......................... 1955 Overton, Chuck..................... 1956 Owen, Roger........................ 1956 Owens, Rod..................... 1985-86 Owens, Ron..................... 1990-91

P

Padovan, Tyler............. 1999-2002 Pagaling, Manuel............. 1969-70 Page, Dave........................... 1973 Pahl, Gus............................. 1954 Paige, Elon...................... 2006-08 Paige, Stephone............... 2003-04

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Palmberg, Eric................. 1990-91 Palmer, Kris..................... 1992-93 Palmiere, Rick....................... 1983 Palomariz, Anthony.......... 2002-03 Pamphile, Henri.................... 2004 Pane, Paul............................ 1970 Panzer, Dave................... 1983-86 Pappageorgas, Chris............. 1977 Pappas, Chris.................. 1975-76 Paredes, Steve...................... 1988 Parillo, Ryan............... 2001, 2003 Parish, Frank................... 1980-81 Parker, Bryan................... 2004-05 Parker, Charles................ 1989-90 Parker, Keith......................... 1988 Parker, Michael................ 1989-93 Parker, Randy....................... 1991 Parker, William..................... 1990 Pasquale, Kai........................ 1994 Patterson, James................... 2006 Patterson, Scott..................... 1973 Patterson, Terry..................... 1973 Patton, Lance........................ 1991 Patton, Rob...................... 1985-90 Pauletto, Roger................. 1964-66 Paulk, Wayne.................. 1960-61 Pavone, Mike........................ 1973 Paxton, Dylan....................... 1989 Paxton, Lonie................... 1996-99 Payne, Ramon.................. 2001-04 Payne, Randy.................. 1990-91 Payne, Zeph.................... 2002-03 Pearce, Mark........................ 1986 Pearson, David..................... 1998 Pearson, Othel................. 1963-64 Peaslee, Budd....................... 1980 Peck, Kris............................. 1987 Pelfrey, Ed............................ 1991 Pendergast, Bryan................. 1988 Penman, Ken........................ 1954 Perasso, Damon............... 1996-97 Pereira, Jarred...................... 2009 Perez, Joe............................. 1973 Perine, Mike......................... 1981 Perkins, Steve........................ 1969 Perry, Don............................ 1963 Perry, Philip..................... 2004-07 Perry, Rocky..................... 1975-77 Perry, Ryan........................... 2005 Peters, Mike.......................... 1969 Peters, Mike.......................... 1984 Peters, Tony.......................... 1988 Petersen, Sam....................... 1982 Peterson, James............ 1999-2000 Peterson, Larry...................... 1986 Peterson, Larry...................... 1983 Petit-Phar, Lee.................. 1992-93 Petree, Dave.................... 1975-76 Pettit, Hugh........................... 1962 Pfau, Mark...................... 1987-88 Phelps, Dan................. 1998-2001 Phillips, Wyatt....................... 1975 Pinkston, Doyle..................... 1959 Pintar, Donn..................... 1964-66 Pistochini, Gordon................. 1960 Pittman, Arice.................. 1969-70 Pittman, Guy.................... 1980-82 Plasencia, Cesar................... 1986 Plasterer, Jack....................... 1957 Platina, Joe........................... 1955 Plumbtree, Randy............. 1982-84 Podwell, Jim......................... 1989 Polk, Johnny......................... 1976 Popejoy, Bill.......................... 1960 Porter, George................. 1975-76 Postolaki, Ted................... 1990-91 Powell, Brian.................... 1983-84 Powell, Larry......................... 1970 Powell, Shawn...................... 1987 Powell, Tom..................... 1967-68 Prahl, Brian..................... 1981-83 Prater, Ben....................... 2002-03

Price, Darrell......................... 1989 Price, Elijah..................... 1988-89 Price, Robert......................... 1988 Price, Tim........................ 1989-91 Prichard, Heath................ 2004-05 Pride, John........................... 1969 Prince, Mike.......................... 1980 Prirmm, Clint......................... 1992 Pryor, Rick............................ 1975

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Quartrin, Gary..................... 1963 Quezada, Raul................ 1958-59 Quincy, Cory........................ 1996 Quinn, Corey........................ 1997 Quiroz, Rudy........................ 1992

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Raine, Alvin.......................... 1967 Rains, Randy................... 1985-87 Ramirez, Gil......................... 1980 Rankin, Greg........................ 1983 Ransom, Dave.................. 1969-70 Ray, Ricky.................... 1999-2000 Readdy, Norm................. 1966-68 Redden, Jim.......................... 1987 Reddic, Jay........................... 2009 Reed, Brandyn...................... 2009 Reed, Clay............................ 1982 Reese, Richard...................... 1958 Reller, Mike........................... 1981 Renzi, Joe........................ 1963-64 Reyes, Gene.................... 1961-62 Reynolds, Greg..................... 1980 Rhodes, Shante..................... 1989 Ricci, Javier.......................... 1995 Rice, Jaret............................. 1996 Richards, James............... 1987-88 Richardson, Dwayne............. 1977 Richardson, Michael......... 1966-67 Richardson, Rex.............. 1984, 86 Richardson, Ron............... 2007-09 Richardson, Stephan............. 1995 Richmond, Mark.............. 1990-91 Ridgway, Bryan.................... 1988 Rieff, Mike....................... 1967-68 Rigmaden, Rick................ 1968-70 Riley, Kendall................... 2001-02 Rinne, Jim........................ 1964-66 Riolo, George....................... 1956 Ripley, Dennis.................. 1960-61 Risley, Randy................... 1987-89 Rivera, Joe............................ 1988 Robbins, Lyle........................ 1985 Roberson, Don................. 1964-65 Roberson, Steve.................... 2003 Roberson, Steven................... 1985 Robert Johnson..................... 1967 Roberts, Bernie...................... 1954 Roberts, Charles........... 1997-2000 Roberts, Dave.................. 1956-57 Roberts, Mark.................. 1967-68 Roberts, Troy......................... 1989 Robinson, Calvin................... 2006 Robinson, Greg................ 1984-85 Robinson, LaMarr.................. 2005 Robles, Dave.................... 1980-81 Robustelli, Mike................ 1962-63 Rocha, Bob...................... 1967-69 Rocker, Gene................... 1956-58 Rodericks, Larry............... 1967-68 Rogan, John.................... 2005-06 Rohrbough, Roger................. 1967 Rohrke, Don.................... 1960-61 Rolls, Jim.............................. 1973 Romero, Bill.......................... 1988 Romero, Randy................ 1975-77 Rooney, Dan.................... 1994-97 Root, Berton..................... 1955-56 Roquemore, Ervin............. 1986-87 Rose, Talmadge..................... 1984

Ross, Mel.............................. 1961 Rosso, Dan...................... 1980-81 Rossovich, Rick...................... 1976 Roth, Adam................. 1999-2001 Rowell, Jason............... 1999-2002 Rudd, Mike...................... 1993-94 Rudolph, Robert.................... 1975 Rudulph, Joe.................... 2006-07 Ruggiero, Frank.................... 1964 Ruiz, Eddie...................... 1993-96 Ruiz, Rich............................. 1994 Rusk, Tom............................. 1969 Russell, Charles..................... 1956 Russell, Jeff...................... 1988-89 Russell, John.................... 1987-88 Russell, Matt......................... 2006 Russell, Mike.................... 1986-90

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Saelua, Levi.......................... 1987 Sahlberg, Mark..................... 1989 Sailsberry, Frank................... 1956 Sainz, Ernie.......................... 1991 Sallee, Brian......................... 1983 Samuels, Chris................. 2004-05 Sanchez, Jimmy............... 2000-01 Sanchez, Raul....................... 2000 Sanchez, Victor..................... 1973 Sandel, Jaime.................. 1994-95 Sandel, Jason.................. 1995-96 Sanders, Bill.................... 1985-86 Sanders, Brandon............ 1995-96 Sanders, Brian................. 1991-92 Sanderson, Mike................... 1975 Sandoval, Greg.................... 1973 Santos, Brandon.............. 1996-98 Santos, Tony......................... 1987 Sarcinella, Joe............. 1998-2000 Sareeram, Ray...................... 1958 Satchwell, Brett................ 1980-81 Saunders, Steve.................... 1969 Scalter, Jerry.................... 1986-89 Scanavino, Ken................ 1961-62 Schilling, Mike...................... 1981 Schmidt, Phil......................... 1975 Schmitz, George............. 1967, 69 Schott, Dan........................... 1986 Schott, Jack.......................... 1958 Schrader, Zach...................... 2009 Schraeder, Jeff...................... 1991

Schroeter, Rob...................... 1975 Schuler, Keith........................ 1984 Schultz, Earl..................... 1969-70 Schultz, Jeff..................... 1995-98 Schutten, Ken........................ 1966 Schutz, Mark................... 1984-85 Schwab, Sean.................. 1990-91 Schwartz, Dan................. 1965-66 Schwimmer, Al...................... 1982 Scorza, John.................... 1967-68 Scott, Archie......................... 1988 Scott, Fred....................... 1957-59 Scott, Shane.................... 1997-98 Scully, Jim....................... 1973, 76 Semmens, Jack...................... 1957 Serwanga, Kato.................... 1994 Serwanga, Wasswa.............. 1994 Seyffertitz, Reinhard.............. 1969 Shafto, Paul.......................... 1991 Shah, Tony............................ 1993 Shandelhower, Kent............... 1977 Shannon, Dennis.............. 1967-68 Shannon, Don....................... 1963 Sharp, Eric...................... 1973-76 Shelley, Marvin................ 1980-81 Shelton, Brett................... 2004-07 Shelton, Daimon................... 1996 Shepard, Frank..................... 1960 Shepard, Ty..................... 1985-86 Shephard, Hal...................... 1959 Sheppard, Jermaine.............. 2005 Sherer, Ken........................... 1960 Sherman, Bill................... 2006-09 Sherrod, Ron........................ 1994 Shileds, Larry........................ 1969 Shinar, Ryan.................... 2008-09 Shipe, Anthony................ 1994-95 Shipp, Dave.......................... 1973 Shrout, Rich.......................... 1976 Siapale, George................... 1985 Siemiller, Jeremy................... 2002 Sievers, Steve........................ 1975 Silva, Brian...................... 1991-92 Silva, Brian........................... 1993 Simas, Jon....................... 1980-81 Simpson, Clint....................... 1999 Sims, Ricky........................... 1983 Sinclair, Mike................... 1976-77 Singleton, Kraig......... 1987-88, 90 Sio Paulo, Junior.............. 1989-90 Sirosky, Dan.................... 1976-77

After one season at Sacramento State, Daimon Shelton was selected by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the sixth round of the 1996 NFL Draft. Shelton went on to play in the NFL for 11 seasons with the Jaguars, Bears and Bills.

Skowran, Tim........................ 1982 Skube, John..................... 1956-58 Smidt, Mike.......................... 1981 Smith, Brandon................ 2004-05 Smith, Carlos........................ 1997 Smith, Cory.......................... 1999 Smith, Curtis......................... 1988 Smith, Dan...................... 1967-68 Smith, Darwin.................. 1962-63 Smith, Dustin.................... 1997-98 Smith, Garth......................... 1996 Smith, Gary..................... 1963-67 Smith, George...................... 1984 Smith, Jamie.................... 1998-88 Smith, Jason.................... 2007-09 Smith, Justin.......................... 1993 Smith, Kenan................... 2000-03 Smith, Marquese.............. 2008-09 Smith, Mike.......................... 1975 Smith, Morgan................. 1965-66 Smith, Norman..................... 1973 Smith, Rick............................ 1973 Smith, Scott........................... 1977 Smith, Shawn................... 2003-04 Smith, Steve..................... 1990-93 Smotherman, Austin.............. 1969 Smothers, Eural................ 1968-69 Smylie, George..................... 1963 Sneed, Dominick................... 1982 Snelson, Bill.......................... 1956 Snelson, Lloyd.................. 1954-55 Snobar, Abe......................... 1995 Soares, Lance.................. 1985-86 Soliai, Gafoa........................ 1987 Solis, Jason...................... 1996-97 Sommer, Paul........................ 1977 Sonoma, Jon............... 1996, 1998 Soronen, Tim................... 1987-88 Sorrentino, Louis.............. 1983-85 Soto, Ed.......................... 1955-56 Soto, Mike............................ 2005 Sowards, Tim............... 1998-2001 Sowers, Jim.......................... 1962 Sparling, Matt.................. 1992-95 Spiegelman, Scott........... 1981, 83 Spino, Frank.................... 1981-84 Spruce, Chuck.................. 1957-58 Stallworth, Franklin............... 1994 Stamas, Paul.................... 1956-58 Standiford, Larry................... 1967 Steele, David................... 1989-92 Stevenson, Anthony.......... 1982-83 Stewart, Michael................... 1995 Stewart, Steve....................... 1973 Stibi, Brad....................... 1992-93 Stigerts, Derek................. 1985-89 Stilson, Denny....................... 1956 Stinnett, Ken.................... 1986-88 Stinson, Ramone................... 1997 Stokes, Adam....................... 2008 Stone, Adolph.................. 2005-06 Stone, Doug.................... 1956, 60 Stout, Mark...................... 1991-92 Street, Neil........................... 1990 Stretich, Mike................... 1969-70 Strickland, Darrel.................. 1960 Strohl, Wayne.................. 1968-70 Stromgren, Jay...................... 1963 Sula, George........................ 1975 Sullivan, Jerry....................... 1983 Sullivan, Mike.................. 1981-83 Sullivan, Robert................ 1987-88 Summings, Terry................... 1957 Sumner, George............... 1956-57 Surface, Dan........................ 1989 Surratt, Mike......................... 1976 Suttman, Karl........................ 1981 Swan, Rich........................... 1965 Sweatfield, Jim...................... 1962 Syftestad, Don....................... 1957 Sypnieski, David.............. 1995-95 Szymanski, Mike.............. 1959-61

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Pete Tuiasosopo

1993 Sacks Leader

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Tacosa, John......................... 1968 Tago, Seth.................. 2000, 2003 Tahsler, Kyle.......................... 2006 Talbert, Shane....................... 1992 Talesfore, Pat........................ 1986 Tanner, Gary......................... 1970 Taueetia, Noel.................. 2002-03 Tavalero, Joe......................... 1959 Taylor, Andre........................ 2006 Taylor, Dennis.................. 1980-81 Taylor, John..................... 2008-09 Taylor, Ken....................... 1983-85 Taylor, Mike.......................... 1980 Taylor, Reed..................... 1992-94 Taylor, Tyrone................... 1996-97 Tennerson, Kevin................... 2003 Tennery, Mike.................. 1981-82 Teresa, Mike......................... 1973 Terrell, Makio........................ 1977 Tette, Robert..................... 1993-94 Theis, Kirk............................ 1986 Thomas, Bill..................... 1990-91 Thomas, Craig................. 1980-81 Thomas, Erin.................... 1998-99 Thomas, Gervase............. 1976-77 Thomas, Jamey..................... 1989 Thomas, John................... 1965-66 Thomas, John................... 1976-77 Thomas, Mack................. 1969-70 Thomas, Tony........................ 1975 Thompson, Alan.................... 1966 Thompson, Bob..................... 1983 Thompson, Doug................... 1975 Thompson, Gregory.............. 1966 Thompson, Jai.................. 1992-94 Thompson, Ken..................... 1977 Thompson, Mike.................... 1970 Thompson, Russ.................... 1969 Thornberg, Joe................. 1966-67 Thornberg, Tony.................... 1962 Thorns, Steve................... 1995-98 Thornton, Mark..................... 1988 Thorntona, Charles....... 1999-2002 Thrasher, Carey.................... 1982 Thurber, John................... 1975-77 Tillett, Brett....................... 1985-87 Tipton, Mark.................... 1984-85 Tittlemier, B.J.................... 2001-03 Tobias, Steve.................... 1967-68 Tokunaga, Jeff....................... 1980 Tommeraason, Cary......... 1964-65 Tompkins, Joe....................... 1981 Tonini, Dan...................... 1975-76 Torbert, Ken.......................... 1967 Tornell, Tom.......................... 1965 Torrez, Brian.................... 1995-96 Towne, Scott................. 1997-2000 Townshend, Butch.................. 1990 Travinas, Joe......................... 1969 Tredway, Brad.................. 2004-05 Tress, Brad....................... 1995-97

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Underwood, Glenn.......... 1954-56

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Vaiomounga, Momo.............. 2003 Vallejo, Victor....................... 1977 Van Calcar, Bob............... 1966-67 Van de Pol, Jason............. 1991-94 Van Noy, Robert.............. 1966-67 Vander Berghe, Mort............. 1957 Vanderbeek, Jared........... 2007-08 VanOver, Richard......... 1997-2000 Vasile, Rich...................... 1981-82 Vaughn, Ken.................... 1994-95 Veatch, Tom..................... 1969-70 Verduzco, Jim.................. 1980-81 Verges, Deno........................ 1964 Verner, Shaun.................. 1983-84 Vierra, Mark.................... 1981-82 Villarreal, Heath.................... 2004 Vincent, Ed........................... 1961 Vincent, Gary.................. 1959-60 Virdier, Dan..................... 1968-69 Virgil, Robert........................ 2008 Visger, Bob........................... 1968 Voss, Larry....................... 1954-55

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Waddle, Sean.................. 1983-84 Wadlington, Mike................. 1967 Wafer, Leon..................... 1967-68 Wagner, Ted......................... 1954 Wagner, Terence.......... 1998-2001 Walker, Chet......................... 1998 Walker, Dannie................ 1997-98 Walker, Megellon.................. 1982 Wallace, Keith...................... 1985 Walsh, Jim....................... 1969-70 Walsh, Patrick.................. 2008-09 Walsh, Steve......................... 1973 Walsvick, Mark..................... 1976 Walton, Chris....................... 1982 Ward, Glenn................... 1959-60 Ware, Dave.......................... 1968 Warner, Bill.......................... 1954 Warner, Geoff........... 2006-07, 09 Warrad, Mohammad....... 2001-04 Washington, Jerome.............. 1980 Washington, Reg.................. 1969 Washington, Tony............ 2007-08 Wasser, Garrett................ 1997-98 Waters, Keith........................ 1987 Watkins, Bilal.............. 2000, 2002 Watson, Brian.................. 1968-70 Weatherall, Jodie............. 1960-61 Weaver, Mike....................... 1975 Weaver, Ron.................... 1988-89 Weaver, Vince...................... 2009 Webb, Lamont............. 1997-2000 Webber, Brent.................. 2004-07 Wegener, Bob....................... 1982 Wehr, Crosby.................. 2004-07 Weinberger, Marlin............... 1965 Weitherspoon, Keba......... 1990-91 Welch, Marvin................. 1966-67 Wells, Bob....................... 1961-62 Wentworth, Alan................... 1967 Westlake, Wally.................... 1975

Wheat, Ron.......................... 1973 Wheeler, Jim.................... 1966-68 Whitaker, Bill........................ 1962 Whitaker, Chris................ 1986-87 White, Avery........................ 2009 White, Bevin.................... 1990-91 White, Billy..................... 2003, 06 White, Don........................... 1954 White, Duncan................. 2007-08 White, Garrett....... 1998, 2000-02 Whitehurst, Billy.................... 1976 Wickman, Ryland............. 1995-98 Wiese, Gene........................ 1954 Wilhoit, Andy.................. 1990-92 Wiliams, Willie................ 1967-68 Wilkerson, John.................... 1983 Wilkerson, Ken................ 1985-86 Wilkins, Evander.............. 2007-09 Williams, Carlos.............. 1997-99 Williams, Cecil................. 1981-84 Williams, Clarence........... 1968-69 Williams, Darren................... 1989 Williams, Emory................... 1998 Williams, Fred...................... 1990 Williams, Gerwin.................. 2006 Williams, Harry.................... 1988 Williams, Jim........................ 1960 Williams, Jimmy............... 1976-77 Williams, Johnny................... 1985 Williams, Jon................... 2003-04 Williams, Jonathan................ 1977 Williams, Mantel.............. 1968-69 Williams, Mark..................... 1987 Williams, Matt...................... 2000 Williams, Ray.................. 1975-76 Williams, Reza...................... 2001 Williams, Richard.................. 1995 Williams, Ronnie................... 1981 Williams, Tommy.......... 1997-2000 Willis, Brett...................... 2008-09 Willis, Dana......................... 2009 Willis, Marque...................... 2007 Willover, Paul.................. 1987-88 Willson, Peter.................. 1994-95 Wilson, Carlos................. 1990-91 Wilson, Kim..................... 1965-66 Wilson, Tony......................... 1996 Wingo, Cliff..................... 1960-61

Winnie, Robert................ 1991-93 Wohle, Rick.......................... 1966 Woltz, John.......................... 1989 Wong, Rod........................... 1980 Woody, Mike........................ 1975 Woodyard, Marc.................. 1975 Woolfolk, Kenny.............. 1983-84 Woosley, Craig................ 1988-89 Wooster, Matt....................... 1994 Wooster, Mike.............. 1997-2000 Worley, Mike........................ 1975 Wright, Damon................ 1994-95 Wyant, Drew................... 1985-89 Wygal, Ken..................... 1959-60

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Yaklich, Matt......................... 2005 Yamamoto, Tosh.................... 1968 Yancey, Jim........................... 1973 Yokota, Jim........................... 1958 Young, Barry........................ 1993 Young, Derrick...................... 1977 Young, Gary......................... 1970 Young, Mark................... 1986, 88 Young, Shawn....................... 1993 Yurong, Bill...................... 1965-67

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Zalasky, Vince.................. 1962-63 Zaniewski, Art................. 1996-97 Zarate, Leonard.................... 1995 Zbur, Charles................... 1960-61 Zeller, Steve.......................... 1989 Zeman, Phil.......................... 1969 Zills, Ron.............................. 1967 Znider, Fred.......................... 1963 Zorn, Mike............................ 1973 Zubey, Jason......................... 1992 Zunino, Tom..................... 1957-58

Former head coach John Baker talks it over with Fred Scott (17) and Tom Zunino (15) during the 1958 season. Baker is a member of the College Football Hall of Fame based on his efforts as a player for USC. Zunino went on to become the longtime head coach at Vacaville High School.

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2010 SACRAMENTO STATE FOOTBALL HORNETS IN THE NFL Arizona/Phoenix/ Cardinals

New England Patriots

Aaron Garcia, QB (‘93) Lorenzo Lynch, DB (‘86)

Atlanta Falcons

Michael Johnson, WR (‘91) Troy Mills, RB (‘91) Al Nichols, RB (’67)

Buffalo Bills

Dan Chamberlain, WR (’59) Jim Crouch, PK (‘91) Daimon Shelton, FB (‘96)

Carolina Panthers

Ed Canonico, DB (’01)

Chicago Bears

Michael Johnson, WR (‘91) Lorenzo Lynch, DB (‘86) Daimon Shelton, FB (‘96)

Cincinnati Bengals

Mike Clemons, LB/K (‘67) John Farley, RB (‘83)

Cleveland Browns

Ed Canonico, DB (’01) Mike Clemons, LB/K (‘67)

Dallas Cowboys

John Gesek, OL (‘86) Otis Gillespie, TE (‘81) Tuata Maga, LB (‘87) Jim Redden, TE (‘87)

Stu Hall, PK (‘81) Jeff Hoffman, OL (‘83) Lonie Paxton, OL (‘99) Greg Robinson, OL (‘85)

New Orleans Saints

Jon Kirksey, DL (‘92) Terence Wagner, OL (’01)

New York Giants

New York Jets

Washington Redskins

Oakland/ Los Angeles Raiders

Mike Clemons, LB/K (‘67) Bobby Fresques, QB (‘92) John Gesek, OL (‘86) Joe Hall, LB (‘86) Rob Harrison, RB (‘86) Greg Knapp, QB (‘85) Lorenzo Lynch, DB (‘86)

San Diego Chargers

Dan Chamberlain, WR (‘59) Bill Thomas, OL (‘91)

Mike Carter, WR (‘69) Tony Corbin, QB (‘96) Werner Hippler, TE (‘94) Tyrone Taylor, WR (‘97)

Green Bay Packers

San Francisco 49ers

Detroit Lions

Mike Carter, WR (‘69) Mike Clemons, LB/K (‘67) Greg Robinson, OL (‘85)

Baltimore/ Indianapolis Colts

Boise Correa, OT (’68) Bill Fuller, OT (‘64) Daimon Shelton, FB (‘96) Mark Albert, DB (‘85) Ed Canonico, DB (’01) Dave DeSilva, PK (‘85) Kent Harbuck, LB (‘79) Angelo James, DB (‘85) Greg Knapp, QB (‘85) Cecil Williams, DE (‘84)

Greg Robinson, OL (‘85)

Houston Oilers/ Tennessee Titans

Dave DeSilva, PK (‘85) Bill Sanders, RB (‘86) Ricky Ray, QB (’00) Marko Cavka, OT (’03)

Lorenzo Lynch

Arizona Cardinals/ Oakland Raiders

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Brian Allred, CB (‘90) Mike Black, OL (‘85) Kevin Fontes, WR (‘82) Terence Wagner, OL (’01)

Mike Black, OL (‘85) Ed Canonico, DB (’01) Angelo James, DB (‘86) Bob Miller, QB (‘65)

Kelly Osborn, DB (‘83) Lonie Paxton, LS (‘99)

Kansas City Chiefs

Rob Harrison, RB (‘86) Dale Jablonsky, OL (‘82) Jon Kirksey, DL (‘92) Troy Mills, RB (‘91) Terence Wagner, OL (’01)

Joe Little, WR (‘91) Chris Frank, OG (’03)

Mike Carter, WR (‘69) John Gesek, OL (‘86) Jon Osterhout, OL (‘00) Gary Quattrin, DE (‘63) BOLD - Indicated players that were active for a regular season game.

Lonie Paxton

New England Patriots/ Denver Broncos

( ) - Last year with Sacramento State.

Philadelphia Eagles

Denver Broncos

Jacksonville Jaguars

Los Angeles/ St. Louis Rams

Fred Amey, WR (’04) Aaron Garcia, QB (‘93) Robert Holland, DB (‘86) Jon Kirksey, DL (‘92) Greg Knapp, QB (‘85) Troy Mills, RB (‘91) Ricky Ray, QB (’00) Greg Robinson, OL (‘85) Eural Smothers, DB (’68)

Seattle Seahawks

Brian Allred, CB (‘90) Mike Black, OL (‘85) Tim Conley, OL (‘99) Jeff Hoffman, OL (‘83)

John Gesek

Dallas Cowboys/ Washington Redskins

NFL Notes • While 15 former Hornets have been on an active NFL roster, only two have won a Super Bowl. John Gesek won a pair of rings with the Dallas Cowboys (1992 and 1993). Lonie Paxton added a third ring in 2004 with the New England Patriots after winning his first in 2001 and his second in 2003. • Paxton is the only Hornet that is currently on an NFL roster. • As a rookie in 2005, Fred Amey began his NFL career by returning a punt 75 yards for a touchdown against the St. Louis Rams. The return marked the first time Amey had touched the ball in a regular season NFL game.

Daimon Shelton Buffalo Bills/ Jacksonville Jaguars/ Chicago Bears

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2010 SACRAMENTO STATE FOOTBALL HORNETS IN THE PROS Below is a list of all former Sacramento State players that have competed professionally after their collegiate career. The year listed represents their final season with the Hornets. If you are aware of any player that is not on this list, please bring it to the attention of the Sports Information Office. Player, Pos. (Round Drafted) Dan Chamberlain, WR (25th) Detroit Lions - NFL Buffalo Bills - NFL Gary Quattrin, DE Washington Redskins -NFL Bill Fuller, OT Baltimore Colts - NFL Bob Miller, QB Philadelphia Eagles - NFL Mike Clemons, LB/K Oakland Raiders - NFL Cincinnati Bengals - NFL Green Bay Packers - NFL Cleveland Browns - NFL Al Nichols, RB (15th) Atlanta Falcons - NFL Boise Correa, OT Baltimore Colts - NFL Jimme Jordan, LB Winnipeg Blue Bombers - CFL Eural Smothers, DB San Francisco 49ers - NFL Mike Carter, WR (15th) Green Bay Packers - NFL Washington Redskins - NFL San Diego Chargers - NFL Lepoleon Ingram, DB Calgary Stampeders - CFL Kent Harbuck, LB Kansas City Chiefs - NFL Marv Shelly, WR B.C. Lions - CFL Otis Gillespie, TE Dallas Cowboys - NFL Stu Hall, K New England Patriots - NFL Pat English, K L.A. Express - USFL

Year 1959 1963 1964 1985 1967

1967 1968 1968 1968 1969

1977 1979 1981 1981 1981 1982

Dale Jablonsky, OL L.A. Express - USFL Kevin Fontes, WR New York Giants - NFL Jim Power, K L.A. Express - USFL Kelly Osborn, DB Denver Broncos - NFL John Farley, RB (4th) Cincinnati Bengals - NFL Jeff Hoffman, OL New England Patriots - NFL Seattle Seahawks - NFL Kevin Gatewood, WR Winnipeg Blue Bombers - CFL William Farley, RB Winnipeg Blue Bombers -CFL Cecil Williams, DE Kansas City Chiefs - NFL Greg Robinson, OL (5th) New England Patriots - NFL Green Bay Packers - NFL San Francisco 49ers - NFL Mike Black, OL (9th) Seattle Seahawks - NFL Philadelphia Eagles - NFL New York Giants - NFL Darren Arbet, DE Detroit Drive - AFL Los Angeles Cobras - AFL Louis Sorentino, DL Los Angeles Cobras - AFL Washington Commandos - AFL Mark Albert, DB Kansas City Chiefs - NFL Dave DeSilva, K New York Jets - NFL Kansas City Chiefs - NFL Angelo James, DB Kansas City Chiefs - NFL Philadelphia Eagles - NFL Greg Knapp, QB Kansas City Chiefs - NFL Los Angeles Raiders - NFL San Francisco 49ers - NFL John Gesek, OL (10th) Los Angeles Raiders - NFL Dallas Cowboys - NFL Washington Redskins - NFL

1982 1982 1982 1983 1983 1983 1984 1984 1984 1985

1985

1985 1985 1985 1985 1985 1985

1986

Rob Harrison, RB (10th) Los Angeles Raiders - NFL Los Angeles Rams - NFL Joe Hall, LB Los Angeles Raiders - NFL Lorenzo Lynch, CB Chicago Bears - NFL Arizona Cardinals - NFL Oakland Raiders - NFL Bill Sanders, RB New York Jets - NFL Robert Holland, DB Winnipeg Blue Bombers - CFL B.C. Lions - CFL Birmingham Fire - WLAF San Francisco 49ers - NFL Edmonton Eskimos - CFL Jim Redden, TE Dallas Cowboys - NFL Tuata Maga, LB Dallas Cowboys - NFL Dwayne Jackson , DE Los Angeles Cobras - AFL Rich Belanger, LB Cincinnati Bengals - NFL Tony Trosin, QB B.C. Lions - CFL Mark Young, WR Chicago Bruisers - AFL Albany Firebirds - AFL Ron Weaver, WR San Jose SaberCats - AFL Brian Allred, CB New York Giants - NFL Seattle Seahawks - NFL Keilan Matthews, DB Winnipeg Blue Bombers - CFL Sacramento Gold Miners - CFL Jim Crouch, K Buffalo Bills - NFL Sacramento Gold Miners - CFL Michael Johnson, WR Chicago Bears - NFL Atlanta Falcons - NFL Joe Little, WR Houston Oilers - NFL Troy Mills, RB Atlanta Falcons - NFL Sacramento Gold Miners - CFL

1986 1986 1986

1986 1986

1987 1987 1987 1988 1988 1988 1989 1990 1990 1991 1991 1991 1991

San Francisco 49ers - NFL Phoenix/Arizona Cardinals - NFL Edmonton Eskimos - CFL Winnipeg Blue Bombers - CFL Randy Payne, QB 1991 Arizona Rattlers - AFL Bill Thomas, OL 1991 Detroit Lions - NFL Carlos Wilson, DB 1991 Portland Forest Dragons - AFL Bobby Fresques, QB 1992 Los Angeles Raiders - NFL San Jose SaberCats - AFL Jon Kirksey, DL (8th) 1992 New Orleans Saints - NFL San Francisco 49ers - NFL Arizona Cardinals - NFL St. Louis Rams - NFL L.A. Xtreme - XFL Amsterdam Admirals - NFL-E Leonard Nelson, LB 1992 Sacramento Gold Miners - CFL San Antonio Texans - CFL San Jose SaberCats - AFL Aaron Garcia, QB 1993 Arizona Rattlers - AFL Connecticut Coyotes - AFL New Jersey Red Dogs - AFL Iowa Barnstormers - AFL New York Dragons - AFL San Francisco 49ers - NFL Jacksonville Sharks - AFL Macus Bolivar, LB 1994 Memphis Pharaohs - AFL Portland Forest Dragons - AFL Werner Hippler, TE 1994 Frankfort Galaxy - NFL-E San Diego Chargers - NFL Las Vegas Outlaws - XFL Cologne Centurions - NFL-E Marvin Brown, DB 1995 Albany Firebirds - AFL New York Dragons - AFL Judd Fleming, WR 1995 Orlando Predators - AFL Daimon Shelton, RB (6th) 1996 Jacksonville Jaguars - NFL Chicago Bears - NFL Buffalo Bills - NFL San Jose SaberCats - AFL

Mark Albert

Jim Crouch

John Farley

Kevin Fontes

Otis Gillespie

Joe Hall

Stu Hall

Rob Harrison

Jeff Hoffman

Robert Holland

Tuata Maga

Kelly Osborn

Gary Quattrin

Cecil Williams

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2010 SACRAMENTO STATE FOOTBALL HORNETS IN THE PROS Tony Corbin, QB (7th) San Diego Chargers - NFL Portland Forest Dragons - AFL New York CityHawks - AFL Florida Bobcats - AFL Frankfurt Galaxy - NFL-E Rhein Fire - NFL-E B.C. Lions - CFL Winnipeg Blue Bombers - AFL Tyrone Taylor, WR San Diego Chargers- NFL San Jose SaberCats - AFL Las Vegas Outlaws - XFL Calgary Stampeders - CFL B.C. Lions - CFL Lincoln Capitols - NIFL Ryland Wickman, LB Winnipeg Blue Bombers - CFL Berlin Thunder - NFL-E Minnesota Vikings - NFL Tim Conley, OL Seattle Seahawks - NFL Las Vegas Outlaws - XFL Birmingham Bolts - XFL Calgary Stampeders - CFL San Diego Riptide - AFL2

1996

1997

1998

1999

Wichita Stealth - AFL2 Jon Osterhout, OL 1999 Washington Redskins - NFL Lonie Paxton, OL 1999 New England Patriots - NFL Denver Broncos - NFL Anthony Daisley, LB 2000 Edmonton Eskimos - CFL Ricky Ray, QB 2000 San Francisco 49ers - NFL Fresno Frenzy - AFL2 Edmonton Eskimos - CFL New York Jets - NFL Charles Roberts, RB 2000 Winnipeg Blue Bombers - CFL B.C. Lions - CFL Lamont Webb, WR 2000 Fresno Frenzy - AFL2 Saskatchewan Roughriders - CFL San Diego Riptide - AFL2 New York Dragons - AFL Ed Canonico, DB 2001 Cleveland Browns - NFL Arizona Rattlers - AFL Las Vegas Gladiators - AFL Cincinnati Swarm - AFL2

Sacramento State Athletic Hall of Fame On May 15, 2001, Ray Clemons became the first inductee into the Sacramento State Athletics Hall of Fame. The ceremony was held in conjunction with the Images of Excellent Banquet. Clemons served the University for 24 years, including 15 as head football coach. He began his tenure as head coach in 1961. After two losing seasons, he guided the team to a 6-2-1 mark in 1963. He bettered that effort the following season with an 8-2-1 overall record and a berth in the Camelia Bowl. The trademark to Clemons’ teams was his defense. The Hornets recorded a 21-0 shutout in his first game as a head coach and added 16 more shutouts during his career. One of the most memorable outings came in 1963 when the team outdueled Long Beach State, 4-0. Following the end of his coaching career, Clemons became a special assistant to the president and was instrumental in the implementation of River City Days and the Sacramento State Aquatic Center. He then moved back into athletics where he was co-Athletics Director for two years. Clemons passed away in 2005 after a battle with cancer. In his honor, the Aquatic Center created and named a Founders Grove after him in 2006.

Dallas Desperados - AFL Carolina Panthers - NFL Kansas City Chiefs - NFL Cologne Centurions- NFL-E Philadelphia Eagles - NFL Las Angeles Avengers - AFL Utah Blaze - AFL Terence Wagner New York Giants - NFL New Orleans Saints - NFL St. Louis Rams - NFL San Jose SaberCats - AFL Michael Johnson, Jr. Amarillo Dusters - AFL2 Shawn Brown San Diego Shockwave - NIFL Marko Cavka (6th) New York Jets - NFL Amsterdam Admirals - NFL-E Hamilton Tiger Cats - CFL Chris Frank Tennessee Titans - NFL Fred Otis Amey San Francisco 49ers - NFL Austin Wranglers - AFL Cleveland Gladiators - AFL

2001

2002 2002 2003

B.C. Lions - CFL Winnipeg Blue Bombers - CFL Sacramento Mountain Lions - UFL Mason Mitchell 2005 Stockton Lightning - AFL2 Brandon Smith 2005 San Jose SaberCats - AFL Calgary Stampeders - CFL Jason Barnes 2006 Central Valley Coyotes - AFL2 Edmonton Eskimos - CFL Tyson Butler 2006 Central Valley Coyotes - AFL2 Andre Taylor 2006 Central Valley Coyotes - AFL2 Stockton Lightning - AFL2 Tony Washington 2008 B.C. Lions - CFL

2003 2004

Sacramento State Football Hall of Fame

Players Jamie Berry, DB.....................1986-87 Randy Bingham, OL...............1978-81 Mike Black, OL .....................1982-85 Mike Carter, WR...................1968-69 Dan Chamberlain, WR .........1958-59 Mike Clemons, LB/FB ............1963-67 Tony Corbin, QB....................1993-96 Boise Correa, OL...................1967-68 Dave Cummings, DL..............1966-67 Greg Dockweiler, LB..............1985-86 John Farley, RB......................1980-83 Kevin Fontes, WR..................1981-82 Bill Fuller, OL.........................1963-64 Gil Garcia, LB/WR................1960-63 Ken Gardner, OL...................1984-85 John Gesek, OL ....................1983-86 Larry Ghilardi, OL.................1959-62 Fred “Hoot” Gibson, OL...........1965-68 Jerry Haflich, LB....................1982-83 Donald Hair, Jr., RB...............1985-88 Dave Hall, OL.......................1967-70 Ken Harbuck, DL...................1978-79 Rob Harrison, RB...................1985-86 Jeff Hoffman, OL...................1981-84 Robert Holland DB.................1985-86 Dave Hotell, QB....................1956-57 Lapoleon Ingram, DB ............1974-77 Bobby Jackson, DB................1972-73 Lyle James, QB .....................1966-68 Jimmie Jordan, LB..................1967-68 Gary Kelly, WR ....................1961-64 Greg Knapp, QB...................1982-85 Mike Lippi, QB .....................1969-70 Gary Lunsford, DB.................1987-88 Lorenzo Lynch, DB.................1982-85 Adolphus McGee, RB.............1960-61 Rod McMasters, DB................1991-92 Leroy McNear, RB..................1958-59 Marlan Meggers, TE...............1988-89 Bob Miller, QB ......................1964-65 Troy Mills, RB.........................1990-91

Lou Modena, OL/LG, ........... 1965-66 John Moreno, LB................... 1961-62 Al Nicholas, RB..................... 1966-67 Kelly Osborn, DL................... 1982-83 Jon Osterhout, OL................. 1996-99 Lonie Paxton, OL/LS.............. 1996-99 Othel Pearson, DB................. 1963-64 Don Pintar, DB...................... 1963-66 Bill Popejoy, RB..................... 1959-60 Gary Quattrin, DL................. 1962-63 Raul Quezada, DB................ 1959-60 Charles Roberts, RB........... 1997-2000 Greg Robinson, OL............... 1984-85 Gene Reyes, RB .................... 1961-62 Don Rohrke, LB .................... 1960-61 John Scorza, RB.................... 1967-68 Fred Scott, QB ..................... 1957-59 Daimon Shelton, RB.................... 1996 John Skube, OL/LB................ 1955-57 Eural Smothers, DB................ 1967-68 Lou Sorrentino, DL................. 1983-85 Eddie Soto, RB ..................... 1955-56 Ken Stinnett, DL..................... 1986-88 George Sula, RB................... 1974-75 Mike Sullivan, QB................. 1981-83 Steve Tobias, DB.................... 1967-68 Ryland Wickman, LB............. 1995-98 Mark Young, WR.................. 1986-88 Bill Yurong, WR.................... 1969-70 Tom Zunino, QB/LB............... 1959-60 Coaches/Staff Ray Clemons, H. Coach......... 1961-75 Bob Mattos, H. Coach........... 1978-92 Cal Boyes, Coach/AD........... 1956-95 Rick Plumbtree, Coach........... 1982-93 Bill Kutzer, Coach.................. 1965-82 Clyde Jones, Equip Mgr......... 1959-00 Lew Crowl, Trainer................ 1961-74 Cornerstone Lloyd Snelson

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2010 SACRAMENTO STATE FOOTBALL DIV. I-AA/FCS ALL-AMERICANS

CHARLES ROBERTS 1998 - AFCA (1st), Associated Press (2nd), The Sports Network (2nd),

CBS Sportsline Running Back of the Year 1999 - AP (1st), The Sports Network (1st), Teamlink (1st), Big Sky Offensive MVP The most decorated player in Sacramento State’s Div. I era, Charles Roberts burst onto the national scene during the 1998 season. After rushing for 587 yards as a freshman, Roberts set the then-NCAA Div. I-AA record with 2,260 rushing yards as a sophomore. That season, he carried the ball 386 times, which also set the school mark, and scored 19 touchdowns. He did not disappoint as junior, tallying 2,082 yards on 303 carries and rushing for a school record 22 touchdowns. Roberts ended his collegiate career with 1,624 rushing yards and 14 touchdowns as a senior. When he left Sacramento State, he held the Div. I-AA records for career carries (1,124), career yards (6,553), single season yards, single-game yards (409) and 200-yard games (13). Following his collegiate career, Roberts played eight seasons in the Canadian Football League. During that span, he rushed for 10,285 yards and 70 touchdowns. He was just the fifth player in CFL history to surpass 10,000 career yards and twice led the league in rushing. Roberts was a six-time CFL All-Star and was also named to the Winnipeg Blue Bombers’ all-time team. He played his first seven seasons with the Blue Bombers before concluding his career with the B.C. Lions.

RYLAND WICKMAN 1998 - Associated Press (3rd)

The all-time tackles leader in Sacramento State history, Wickman ended his four-year career with 435 stops. The linebacker was the first Hornet to be named to the all-Big Sky Conference team, earning second team honors in 1996. As a junior, he set the school record with 154 tackles, including 16.0 for loss. As a senior, he was a first team all-Big Sky selection with 106 total tackles. Along with holding the career and single season tackle marks, Wickman also holds the top spot for career unassisted tackles (202) and forced fumbles (9). He also played professionally in the NFL, CFL and NFL Europe.

JON OSTERHOUT

1999 - The Sports Network (1st), Teamlink (1st), Associated Press (2nd) One of the most dominating offensive linemen in school history, Osterhout helped pave the way for the nation’s top rushing attack. As the starting left tackle, Osterhout was a two-time first team all-Big Sky selection. He was part of an offense which averaged 228.2 rushing yards in 1998 and 234.9 in 1999. Osterhout went on to sign with the Washington Redskins following his senior season before beginning his coaching career. He currently serves as Sacramento State’s defensive line coach and recruiting coordinator.

CHRIS KELLY 1999 - Teamlink (2nd)

In just two years, Chris Kelly became one of the top tight ends in Div. I-AA. Kelly was a first team all-Big Sky selection following both of his seasons. He began his career with 21 catches for 251 yards and three touchdowns in 1998. The following year, he led the team with 41 receptions for 603 yards and six TDs. Kelly’s most memorable performance came at No. 3 Montana where he caught a school record four touchdown passes. Three of those four touchdowns came during a furious fourth quarterback comeback while the fourth came in overtime. 117 HORNETSPORTS.COM | THE OFFICIAL WEBSITE OF SACRAMENTO STATE ATHLETICS


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ANTHONY DAISLEY 2000 - Associated Press (3rd)

Daisley enjoyed two of the finest seasons by a Hornet linebacker during his time with the program. As a junior, Daisley recorded 89 total tackles, including a school record 25.0 tackles-for-loss. He was twice named national defensive player of the week and earned first team all-Big Sky honors. As a senior, Daisley added 100 tackles and moved into second place with 19.0 TFLs. His career total of 44.0 tackles-for-loss ranks third in school history and he was the first Hornet defensive player to twice be named first team all-Big Sky Conference.

TERENCE WAGNER

2001 - Football Gazette (HM) A four-year starter on the offensive line, Terence Wagner never missed a game during his Hornet career, starting all 44 contests. Wagner helped anchor a line which averaged 202.7 rushing yards per game during his career. He earned all-Big Sky honors during his final three seasons and was named All-America as a senior. Following his collegiate career, Wagner played professionally with the New York Giants, New Orleans Saints and St. Louis Rams.

FRED AMEY 2002 - Football Gazette (HM) 2004 - AFCA (1st)

Amey holds nearly every career receiving record in school history. From 2001-04, Amey caught 248 passes for 4,049 yards and 27 touchdowns. His career yardage total is more than double any other player in school history. Amey also set the then-single season receptions record with 76 as a senior and the single-game mark with 15. He was a three-time first team all-Big Sky selection and went on to play with the San Francisco 49ers as well as the Cleveland Gladiators of the Arena Football League.

RAMON PAYNE

2004 - Football Gazette (HM) Payne began his four-year Hornet career as a safety but found his home at cornerback where he earned national recognition as a senior. That season, he earned first team all-Big Sky accolades after recording 63 tackles, including 6.0 tackles-for-loss. Payne also led the team with five interceptions, three of which came at Idaho State where he earned national defensive player of the week from The Sports Network. Overall, Payne ranks ninth in school history with 212 career tackles and is tied for 10th with seven interceptions.

MATT LOGUE

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2005 - Football Gazette (HM), Co-Big Sky Defensive Player of the Year The only Sacramento State player to be named the Big Sky Defensive Player of the Year, Logue ranks among the best in numerous defensive categories in Hornet history. The middle linebacker is first career fumble recoveries (5), second in unassisted career stops (181), second in career TFLs (45.5), and fourth in career tackles (306). Logue was a two-time all-Big Sky selection, including first team honors as a senior. That year, he led the Big Sky with 105 tackles (14.5 per game). Logue also had the ability to get into the backfield as three of his single-season efforts ranked among the top eight in school history following his career. HORNETSPORTS.COM | THE OFFICIAL WEBSITE OF SACRAMENTO STATE ATHLETICS


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BRENT WEBBER 2006 - Football Gazette (3rd) A four-year starter at safety, Webber first earned national recognition in 2004 when he was named Freshman All-America. He ended his career with 249 career tackles which places him sixth in school history. Webber also ranks among the career leaders at Sacramento State in unassisted tackles (10th, 117) and interceptions (T5th, 9). As a junior, he led Div. I-AA with 0.6 interceptions per game. His total of six over 10 games ties him for the fifth most in school history. Webber is also one of only five Hornets to be named all-Big Sky four times.

CYRUS MULITALO 2006 - Football Gazette (HM) 2007 & 2008 - The Sports Network (HM)

The only Hornet to be named All-America in three different seasons, Mulitalo left Sacramento State in 2008 ranked second in school history with 336 career tackles. As a sophomore, he led the Big Sky with 10.9 tackles per game (120 total) and was named honorable mention All-America and all-West Region. Mulitalo added 98 tackles in 2007 and 96 more in 2008. Along with being honored by The Sports Network following both of those years, he was also a first team all-Big Sky selection.

MIKE BRANNON 2007 - The Sports Network (HM)

A two-time first team all-Big Sky honoree and four-time all-Big Sky selection, Brannon is the Hornets’ all-time leader in tackles-for-loss with 52.5 and sacks (27.5). The local product from Cordova High School began his career at defensive end before moving to linebacker prior to his junior season. That year, Brannon set career bests for total tackles (81), tackles-for-loss (18.0) and sacks (9.5) to earn All-America honors. As a senior, he continued to be one of the most disruptive players in the Big Sky with 12.5 TFLs, including 9.0 sacks.

TONY WASHINGTON 2008 - The Sports Network (3rd)

After catching 29 passes for 414 yards and three touchdowns as a junior, Washington had one of the most productive seasons as a receiver in school history. The senior set the school record with 83 receptions and 1,279 yards to earn first team all-Big Sky honors and third team All-America recognition. Washington also had 12 touchdowns during the year to rank second in school history. He had at least 100 receiving yards in six games and caught a touchdown in nine of the 11 contests. Three of those scores came in the team’s 29-19 win over UC Davis.

CHRISTIAN CLARK

2009 - The Sports Network (2nd) With 15.0 tackles-for-loss, including 10.0 sacks, Clark established himself as one of the top pass rushers in the FCS during his junior season. The defensive tackle was a force throughout the season, recording 44 total tackles — the most by a Hornet defensive linemen. Clark also had at least a half tackle-for-loss in nine of the team’s 11 games. His biggest performance came in the team’s victory over Northern Arizona where he had four sacks for a combined loss of 30 yards. The four sacks were the most by a Sacramento State player in school history. 119 HORNETSPORTS.COM | THE OFFICIAL WEBSITE OF SACRAMENTO STATE ATHLETICS


2010 SACRAMENTO STATE FOOTBALL BIG SKY HONORS All-Big Sky Conference

2005

Big Sky Newcomer of the Yr. Zach Schrader, DB

Matt Logue, LB (1st) Kris Daniels, KR (2nd) Ryan Mole, RB (2nd) Brett Shelton, S (2nd)

Big Sky Co-Defensive MVP Matt Logue, LB

2009

Christian Clark, DT (2nd) Augie Heath, P (2nd) Matt Lemley, OG (2nd) Brandyn Reed, WR (2nd) Zach Schrader, S (2nd)

Honorable Mention

Chris Diniz, K John Feaster, ST Dylan Lane, WR Peter Lenz, OG Kevin Moore, DE

Mike Brannon, DE Walter Brock, DT Tyson Butler, ILB Ryan Coogler, WR Mitch Lively, P Bobby Mooshagian, WR Dustin Nicolodi, OT Brandon Smith, CB Brent Webber, S

2008

2004

Honorable Mention

Mike Brannon (1st), OLB Cyrus Mulitalo (1st), ILB Tony Washington (1st), WR Bryan Hilliard (2nd), RV Honorable Mention Christian Clark, DT Juan Gamboa, K Deionte Gordon, CB Mike Hickman, OLB Matt Lemley, OG Zack Nash, DE Ray Navar, OT Jason Smith, QB

2007

Dallas Mauga (1st), DT Mike Brannon (1st), DE Cyrus Mulitalo (1st), ILB Honorable Mention Ryan Coogler, WR Mike Hickman, OLB Bryan Hilliard, RB Blaine Jackson, DE Jody Johnson, CB Kyle Leitzke, C Matt Lemley, G Ray Navar, OT Brett Shelton, S Tony Washington, WR Brent Webber, S

2006

Tyson Butler, OLB (2nd) Dallas Mauga, DE (2nd) Cyrus Mulitalo, ILB (2nd) Brent Webber, S (2nd) Honorable Mention Mike Brannon, DE Tony DeMonaco, OLB Jordan Hunter, OT Jody Johnson, CB Mitch Lively, P Calvin Robinson, ST Brett Shelton, S Andre Taylor, RS

Fred Amey, WR (1st) Ramon Payne, CB (1st) Jacob Houston, DE (2nd) Matt Logue, OLB (2nd) Jimmy Ellingson, ILB (2nd) Brett Shelton, S (2nd) Honorable Mention Chris Samuels, OG Dustin Nicolodi, C Ryan Leadingham, QB Ryan Mole, RB Brandon Smith, CB Brent Webber, S Mitch Lively, P

2003

Fred Amey, WR (1st) Marko Cavka, OT (2nd) Ryan Kroeker, LB (2nd) Honorable Mention Ben Fox, DE Chris Frank, OG Tyronne Gross, RB Jeremy Johnson, CB Dustin Nicolodi, C Ramon Payne, CB Kenan Smith, WR

2002

Fred Amey, WR (1st) Camron Mbewa, S (2nd) Kendall Riley, FB (2nd) Honorable Mention Fred Amey, KR Eric Broden, DT Marko Cavka, OT Sean Doherty, OT Jeremy Johnson, CB Ryan Kroeker, LB Ryan Leadingham, QB Bret LeVier, K Caleb Jones, TE Kelly Micco, LB Dustin Nicolodi, OG Brad Osterhout, DE B.J. Tittlemier, C Bilal Watkins, DT Garrett White, RB

2001

Camron Mbewa, S (1st) Brandon Coleman, CB (2nd) Park McAllister, LB (2nd) Terence Wagner, C (2nd) Honorable Mention Fred Amey, WR Seth Deyo, TE Chris Frank, OG Ryan Leadingham, QB Michael Johnson, WR Jimmy Sanchez, P Lee Turner, LB

2000

Anthony Daisley, LB (1st) Charles Roberts, RB (1st) Lamont Webb, WR (1st) Terence Wagner, C (1st) Santi Hall, LB (2nd) Bilal Watkins, DT (2nd) Mike Wooster, FB (2nd) Honorable Mention Chris Frank, OG Jon Morrissey, TE Scott Towne, WR Ricky Ray, QB Lee Turner, LB Lamont Webb, KR

1999

Big Sky Offensive MVP Charles Roberts, RB

1997

Steve Thorns, P (1st) Ryland Wickman, LB (2nd) Honorable Mention Cesar Chaidez, OG Keian Davis, CB Sheridan Mitchell, WR Corey Quinn, OT Charles Roberts, RB Tyrone Taylor, KR Dannie Walker, CB

Mike Wooster, FB Dustin Smith, DT Nick Echols, DE Elton Gabourel, CB Carlos Williams, S

1998

1997

Tony Corbin, QB Chad Johnson, LB Carlos Smith, WR Tyrone Taylor, KR

Big Sky All-Academic 2009

McLeod Bethel-Thompson; Peter Buck; Jake Croxdale; Reese Heaslet; Clint Lessard; Sam McCowan; Salesi Maumau; Maika Maumau; Jay Reddic; Geoff Warner

2008

Chris Alvarado; Peter Buck; Jake Croxdale; Juan Gamboa; Clint Lessard; Marquese Smith

2005

Honorable Mention

Dan Phelps; Ricky Ray; Jason Rowell; Carlos Williams; Tommy Williams

Honorable Mention

Ryland Wickman, LB (2nd)

Honorable Mention

Chris Kelly, TE (1st) Jon Osterhout, OG (1st) Charles Roberts, RB (1st) Steve Thorns, P (1st) Ryland Wickman, LB (1st) Tim Conley, OT (2nd) Shane Scott, LB (2nd) Dannie Walker, CB (2nd)

1999

Manny Darzins; Dan Phelps; Dustin Smith

2007

1998

Brad Candido; Derek Miller; Dan Phelps; Ricky Ray; Jimmy Sanchez; Bilal Watkins; Tommy Williams

1996

Anthony Daisley, LB (1st) Chris Kelly, TE (1st) Jon Osterhout, OG (1st) Charles Roberts, RB (1st) Tim Conley, OT (2nd) Terence Wagner, C (2nd) Lamont Webb, WR (2nd) Carlos Williams, S (2nd) Antoine Alderson, DE Scott Brown, K Nick Donati, DT Elton Gabourel, CB Ricky Ray, QB Scott Towne, WR Mike Wooster, FB

2000

Tim Bessolo; Peter Buck; Ryan Coogler; Juan Gamboa; Brett Shelton; Geoff Warner

Leukamian Davis; John Heffernan; Dustin Smith; Fred Washington

1996

Jeff Schultz

All-Star Games East-West Shrine

Fred Amey, 2004 Marko Cavka, 2003 Charles Roberts, 2000 Troy Mills, 1991

Hula Bowl

Charles Roberts, 2000

Gridiron Classic

Marko Cavka, 2003 Terence Wagner, 2001

2006

Juan Gamboa; Bill Sherman; Geoff Warner

Tim Bessolo; Walter Brock; Brent Bugarin; Ryan Coogler; Juan Gamboa; Kiel McDonald; Nick Miller; Ray Navar; Dustin Nicolodi; Brandon Smith

2004

Ryan Coogler; Jody Cooper; Traison Lewis; Nick Miller; Brandon Smith; Heath Villarreal

2003

Chris Frank; Mitch Lively; Park McAllister; Kelly Micco; Shawn Smith

2002

Kelly Micco (Second Team All-Region) Jason Rowell

2001

Jeremy Callaway; Brad Candido; Micah Kraintz; Kelly Micco; Dan Phelps; Jason Rowell; Tim Sowards; Reza Williams

Kicker Juan Gamboa is the only four-time all-Big Sky academic selection. Gamboa earned the honor from 2005-08. He was also named a National Strength & Conditioning All-American as a senior.

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2010 SACRAMENTO STATE FOOTBALL TEAM HONORS Most Valuable

1978 Ken Harbuck 1979 Gil Wilbon 1980 John Farley 1981 Mike Sullivan 1982 Kevin Fontes 1983 John Farley 1984 Mark Schutz 1985 Don Hair 1986 Lorenzo Lynch 1987 Randy Rains 1988 Mark Young Tony Trosin 1989 Ron Weaver 1990 Troy Mills Keilan Matthews Rob Patton 1991 Troy Mills Keba Weitherspoon 1992 Rod McMasters 1994 Troy Gassaway 1995 Tony Corbin Marvin Brown Tyson Becker 1996 Tony Corbin Daimon Shelton 1999 Jon Osterhout 2000 Ricky Ray Charles Roberts 2001 Fred Amey 2002 Garrett White 2003 Fred Amey 2004 Fred Amey 2005 Matt Logue 2006 Cyrus Mulitalo 2007 Cyrus Mulitalo 2008 Cyrus Mulitalo 2009 Zach Schrader

Coach Bob Mattos Offensive MVP 1994 1995 1997 1998 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

Joe Garofalo Tony Corbin Sheridan Mitchell Charles Roberts Scott Towne Fred Amey Fred Amey Fred Amey Ryan Mole Ryan Mole Marcel Marquez

2007 Kyle Leitzke 2008 Tony Washington 2009 Matt Lemley

Coach Ray Clemons Defensive MVP 1994 1995 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Marvin Brown Marvin Brown Ryland Wickman Shane Scott Ryland Wickman Anthony Daisley Anthony Daisley Park McAllister Ryan Kroeker Ryan Kroeker Seth Tago Ramon Payne Tyson Butler Tyson Butler Mike Brannon Dallas Mauga Mike Brannon Christian Clark Bill Sherman

Lloyd Snelson Special Teams MVP 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1994 1995 1997 1998

Fred Dass Jeff Tokunaga Jeff Tokunaga Brett Satchwell Stu Hall Anthony Stevenson Mark Franceschetti Anthony Stevenson Butch Edge Dave DeSilva Matt Nilsson Cornell Green Kraig Singleton Don Hines Drew Long Steve Buccellato Donald Hines Marc DeRossett Jim Crouch Andy Willhoit Mike Rudd Tyson Becker Steve Thorns Steve Thorns

1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Lonie Paxton Lamont Webb Jimmy Sanchez Fred Amey Josh Farrell Mitch Lively Kris Daniels Mitch Lively Calvin Robinson Mike Hickman Juan Gamboa Jon Loeliger

Bobby Martinez Most Inspirational

1978 Arlen Peters 1979 Tom Bollinger 1980 Jeff Tokunaga 1981 Johnnie Dodge 1982 Troy Fontes 1983 Frank Spino 1984 Cecil Williams Chris Demps 1985 Robert Holland Greg Knapp 1986 Bill Sanders 1987 Mark Pfau 1988 Donald Hair Tony Trosin 1989 Zeb Brye Charles Parker 1990 Randy Risley 1991 Ron Owens 1992 Leonard Nelson 1994 J.B. Cahoon 1996 Mike Henry 1997 Bob Ghazanfari 1998 A.J. Bernhardt Carlos Williams Tommy Williams 1999 Jon Osterhout Carlos Williams 2000 Kevin Harrington 2001 Lee Turner 2002 Brad Osterhout 2003 Kenan Smith 2004 Mohammad Warrad 2005 Mason Mitchell 2006 James Bogetti 2007 Brett Shelton

Former Hornet wide receiver Mark Pfau, left, poses with fellow Sacramento State alumnus Tom Hanks on the set of “Forrest Gump”. Pfau was the Hornets’ 1987 Most Inspirational Player.

2008 Kevin Davis 2009 Geoff Warner

Most Improved 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1994 1995 1996 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Ken Chism Chuck Smith Kurt Szyndrowsky Steve Derenzo Steve Armstrong Marvin Shelly Tim Korte Bill Iannaccone Cecil Williams Darren Arbet Kurt Kniffen Ken Gardner Dave Ard Rod Owens Lance Soares Ty Endean Andrew Giles Zebedee Brye Elijah Price Ron Eskridge Drew Wyant Sean Levy Christian Mahaffey David Steele Ron Owens Brian Allred Jon Kirksey Steve Smith Michael Parker Damon Wright Werner Hippler Alex Estrada Tyrone Taylor Brian Herman Torrell Baker Jordan Hunter Tony DeMonaco Johnnie Brannon Kevin Moore Brian Heath

John Gesek Outstanding Offensive Lineman 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Jeff Glass Harry Sweigert Randy Bingham Chris Nelson Dale Jablonsky Chris Nelson Dave Cauchi Dave Cauchi Jeff Hoffman Jeff Hoffman Frank Spino Mike Black Greg Robinson Mike Black Greg Robinson John Gesek Ron Ladage Harry Williams Ty Endean Bob Barnes Bob Barnes Mark Stout Chris Kelly Terence Wagner Terence Wagner Sean Dougherty Marko Cavka Marko Cavka Chis Frank

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Dustin Nicolodi Chris Samuels Dustin Nicolodi Tyrone Davis Kyle Leitzke Matt Lemley John Taylor

Coach Plumbtree Outstanding Defensive Lineman

1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Ken Harbuck Gil Wilbon Ken Harbuck Gil Wilbon Dave Green Tony Miller Dave Green Andy Euser Ted Clayton Kelly Osborn Tim Korte Tim Korte Louis Sorrentino Dave Panzer Ken Stinnett Randy Rains Ken Stinnett Fine Mau Mau Eric Palmberg Eric Palmberg Pete Tuiasosopo Val Laolagi Jacob Houston Walter Brock Dallas Mauga Blaine Jackson Christian Clark Kevin Moore

Outstanding Offensive Back 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1999 2000 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

R.C. Clark Ken Broughton John Farley Dennis Taylor John Farley Mike Sullivan John Farley John Farley Mark Schutz Don Hair Don Hair Rob Harrison Chris Cavote Donald Hair Ed Bueno Troy Mills Troy Mills Bobby Fresques Charles Roberts Charles Roberts Ryan Leadingham Ryan Coogler Andre Taylor Ryan Coogler Jason Smith Dylan Lane

Outstanding DB/LB 1978 Dave Smith 1979 Rick Lambdin 1980 Jerome Washington Mike Brown 1981 Jerry Haflich 1982 Guy Pittman

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1983 Brian Benko Mike Grim Tony Gunn 1984 Mark Albert Randy Plumbtree 1985 Greg Dockweiler Mark Albert 1986 Lorenzo Lynch Joe Hall Robert Holland 1987 Jamie Berry Tuata Mauga 1988 Gary Lunsford J.R. Richards Derek Stigerts John Kilgariff 1989 Keilan Matthews Elijah Price 1990 Keilan Matthews Rob Patton 1991 Carlos Wilson Keba Weitherspoon 1992 Aldin Barrett Sean Chandler 1999 Carlos Williams 2000 Elton Gabourel 2001 Camron Mbewa 2002 Jeremy Johnson 2003 Jeremy Johnson 2004 Jimmy Ellingson 2005 Brett Shelton Brent Webber 2006 Brent Webber 2007 Mike Brannon 2008 Deionte Gordon 2009 Deionte Gordon

Offensive Scout Team MVP 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2004 2005 2006 2008 2009

Garth Smith Harry Brown Leukamian Davis Kevin Harrington Andrew Bonner Kenan Smith Ryan Leadingham Jeremy Siemiller Kris Daniels Dustin Hagens Torrell Baker Dalen Mason Tanner Harrah Devon English Morris Norisse

Defensive Scout Team MVP 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2004 2005 2006 2008 2009

Curtis Harrison Tommy Williams Vince Andrews Anthony Daisley Jason Rowell Jamal Bourne Camron Mbewa Ramon Payne Dave Hansen Kevin Tennerson Marcus Canela Kyle Mowry John Rogan Jarrod Banks Cody Allen

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2010 SACRAMENTO STATE FOOTBALL BIG SKY CONFERENCE The Big Sky Conference enters its 48th year of athletic competition in 2010-11. The Big Sky is an NCAA Division I member in all sports, with member institutions classified in the Football Championship Subdivision (formerly I-AA). The conference returned to a nine-school format in 2006 with the addition on Northern Colorado. The current lineup is comprised of Eastern Washington, Idaho State, Montana, Montana State, Northern Arizona, Northern Colorado, Portland State, Sacramento State and Weber State. The league has become one of the strongest Division I conferences in the West and is a national leader in the Football Championship Subdivision. The Big Sky Conference was established in 1963 by six charter  members – Idaho, Idaho State, Gonzaga, Montana, Montana State and Weber State. Those six schools formed the foundation of the Big Sky before the league expanded in 1970 by adding Boise State and Northern Arizona. Gonzaga left the Sky in 1979 and was replaced by Nevada, which gave the league eight members. The conference grew to nine schools in 1987 with the addition of Eastern Washington. The 1990s saw change in the makeup of the league, beginning in 1992 when Nevada departed and put the Big Sky back at eight teams. In 1996 Boise State and Idaho left and at the same time the conference added Portland State, Sacramento State and Cal State Northridge. The Big Sky maintained nine teams for five years before Cal State Northridge departed in the spring of 2001, giving the Big Sky its current makeup. With the addition of Northern Colorado, the Big Sky spreads across seven states spanning from the Pacific Ocean to the Rocky Mountain Front. The Big Sky is represented along the entire west coast with schools in Washington, Oregon and California. League schools also range up

and down the Rocky Mountains with institutions in Montana, Idaho, Utah, Arizona and now Colorado. Of the eight western-most states in the contiguous United States only one, Nevada, is not represented in the Big Sky. On Feb 25, 1963, the name Big Sky was adopted by the six presidents of the charter members as the name of the new conference. The name Big Sky originated in a novel written by the late A.B. (Bud) Guthrie of Great Falls, Mont., in 1947 entitled The Big Sky. Jack Hollowell, a former Montana advertising director, promoted the Big Sky theme for the Treasure State, and Harry Missildine of the Spokane Spokesman-Review called for the newly formed league to be named the Big Sky Conference in his column dated Feb. 20, 1963. The Big Sky sponsors championships in 14 sports, including men’s and women’s cross country, indoor and outdoor track and field, basketball and tennis. In addition, there are also championships in football, and women’s volleyball, golf and soccer. The 2010-11 season will mark the 23rd year that the Big Sky Conference will sponsor championships in women’s sports. The former Mountain West Conference existed from 198288, sponsoring championships for women’s sports at the same institutions the Big Sky had men’s programs. The Big Sky merged with the Mountain West in 1988, forming one league for both men and women. Doug Fullerton, the fifth commissioner of the Big Sky Conference, will enter his 16th year at the helm. Fullerton took over the Big Sky on July 1, 1995, replacing longtime commissioner Ron Stephenson. Stephenson served the league for 14 years. Steve Belko was the commissioner from 1977-81 while John Roning held the post from 1971-77. The first league commissioner was Jack Friel, who served from 1963-71.

Doug Fullerton

Ron Loghry

Jon Kasper

Jaynee Nadolski

Big Sky Conference Teams Eastern Washington Eagles Idaho State Bengals Montana Grizlies Montana State Bobcats Northern Arizona Lumberjacks Northern Colorado Bears Portland State Vikings Sacramento State Hornets Weber State Wildcats

Conference Staff Commissioner:....................Doug Fullerton Associate Commissioner:...........Ron Loghry Asst. Comm./Media Relations:.. Jon Kasper Asst. Comm./Compliance:.. Jaynee Nadolski Information Director..............Autumn Wehr Administrative Assistant:.... Janet Carpenter Director of Officials:.................Doug Toole Big Sky Conference 2491 Washington Blvd., Suite 201 Ogden, UT 84401 (801) 392-1978 www.bigskyconf.com

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Quick Facts • Sacramento State is one of the largest universities in the 23-campus CSU system, enrolling a multicultural student body of more than 29,000. The 300-acre campus is sheltered by more than 3,000 trees and dotted with flower gardens, including 3 million square feet of building space. Miles of trails stretch along the nearby river parkway, linking the University and student housing with recreational areas such as Folsom Lake and Old Sacramento. • Quality teaching is a top priority, and classes are small and personalized. More than 80 percent of recent graduates say their professors were enthusiastic and genuinely enjoyed teaching. • Preparing students for a career is a vital part of the education here. Thousands of students from all majors earn academic credit working in internship and co-op positions, many of which are paid. • Sacramento State, often called “Sac State,” was founded as Sacramento State College in 1947 during a time of intense demand for higher education after World War II. We moved to our permanent location on the banks of the historic American River in 1953. In 1972, we were renamed California State University, Sacramento. • The University recently completed an ambitious master plan (Destination 2010) that included 1.5 million square feet of new building space for additional housing and a recreation and wellness center. The initiative has resulted in new academic and student programs, partnerships with businesses, non-profit and public agencies, modernized classrooms and new facilities for students and faculty. • Unlimited bus and light rail service throughout Sacramento is available for University students. Students may attend all home athletic events for free and attend other campus events for free or at a discount. More than half the students join one of the more than 200 student organizations, which include 35 fraternities and sororities.

Founded........................................ 1947 Location...................... Sacramento, Calif. Campus Size............................300 acres Student Body Breakdown Student to Faculty Ratio................ 20:1 Enrollment............................... 29,241 Men........................................ 12,084 Women................................... 17,157 Undergraduate........................ 24,388 Graduate.................................. 4,853 Total Faculty.................................. 1,338 Total Staff...................................... 1,350 Degree Programs Undergraduate............................... 60 Graduate....................................... 40 Campus Phone Numbers Admissions.......................... 278-3901 Campus Operator................ 278-6011 Housing.............................. 278-6655 Internet Address..............www.csus.edu


• Sacramento State offers 60 undergraduate and 40 graduate degrees in seven Colleges. The largest programs include teacher education, business, criminal justice, communication studies, psychology and computer science. Smaller class sizes and a focus on quality teaching promote faculty-student interaction. • Attracting students from all over the world, the criminal justice program is one of the largest in the United States. • One in 24 residents of the six-county Sacramento Region is a Sacramento State graduate. The University generates more than $1 billion in activity for the statewide economy each year. • Sacramento State graduates about 6,000 students each year. • Sacramento State was the site of the 2003, 2005, 2006 and 2007 NCAA Div. I Track & Field Championships, and the Sacramento State Aquatic Center was the site of the 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005 and 2008 NCAA Women’s Rowing Championships. In addition, Sacramento State was host of the 2007 NCAA Div. I Women’s Volleyball Final Four at Arco Arena. • Sacramento State hosted the most successful U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials ever in 2000, and hosted the event again in 2004. • Famous Sacramento State alumni include actor Tom Hanks, Grammy award winner Bobby McFerrin, former cohost of Good Morning America Joan Lunden, former host of the Early Show, Rene Syler, stand-up comedian Brian Posehn, actor Carlos Alazraqui, film director Joe Carnahan, former Stockton mayor Edward Chavez, famous economist and author Richard J. Maybury, former KTLA Morning News Giselle Fernández and founding member of the Village People David Hodo. • Famous Sacramento State athletics alumni include retired nine-year NFL offensive lineman and two-time Super Bowl winner John Gesek, Houston Texans’ quarterbacks coach Greg Knapp, former 10-year NFL fullback Daimon Shelton, 11-year long snapper and three-time Super Bowl winner Lonie Paxton, former 12-year NFL defensive back Lorenzo Lynch, CFL Edmonton Eskimos quarterback Ricky Ray, former CFL three-time rushing champion Charles Roberts, Arena Football League record-setting quarterback Aaron Garcia and former San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Fred Otis Amey.


• The city of Sacramento (population 486,189) is the cultural, educational, business and governmental center of a four-county metropolitan region. As California’s capitol city, Sacramento is center stage for governmental policy for the entire state. A dynamic business sector, an expanding public transportation system, affordable housing, and growing cultural, educational, and medical facilities serve the needs of 1.5 million people. • One of the most affordable big cities in California., Sacramento is part of a Capital Region in the heart of Northern California, one of the country’s most beautiful areas. Within easy driving distance are San Francisco, the Napa and Sonoma valleys, Yosemite Valley and the Lake Tahoe region’s ski slopes. • Founded in 1849, Sacramento was California’s first charter city and is at the heart of California history – the gold rush, Pony Express and first continental railroad all began in Sacramento. The city’s rich historical heritage, commitment to quality of life, and abundance of trees and parkland contributed to Newsweek magazine naming Sacramento one of the ten best cities in the United States. • Sacramento is home to the NBA’s Sacramento Kings and the Sacramento River Cats (Oakland A’s TripleA affiliate). • Sacramento has also become a tourist center with attractions including the State Capitol building, North America’s largest railroad museum, the Old Sacramento historic area, the California State History Museum and the Crocker Art Museum.


Dr. Alexander Gonzalez has served more than three decades as a professor and education leader, including serving as president of California State University, Sacramento, since 2003. As the first person in his family to graduate from college, Dr. Gonzalez has devoted his career to ensuring greater opportunities for students. He grew up in East Los Angeles with six siblings, graduating from high school at a time when students did not have the same options for higher education that they have today. Dr. Gonzalez enlisted in the U.S. Air Force at age 17, served four years and then used the G.I. Bill to graduate from Pomona College in Claremont, Calif. He graduated with honors and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He later earned a master’s in psychology and doctorate from the University of California, Santa Cruz, before serving as a postdoctoral research fellow at Stanford University. His experience includes six years as president of California State University, San Marcos, and 18 years at Fresno State, where he was a faculty member and chair of the Psychology Department before becoming the university’s provost and vice president for academic affairs. At Sacramento State, Dr. Gonzalez implemented his Destination 2010 initiative to transform the campus into a premier metropolitan university. The bold initiative seeks to make Sacramento State a campus of choice for students in the Sacramento region and beyond.

Following his belief that universities and communities must work together to improve lives and opportunities, Dr. Gonzalez serves on the Sutter Health Board of Directors and the Pomona College Board of Trustees. He previously served on the President’s Advisory Commission on Educational Excellence for Hispanic Americans and the Valley Vision Board of Directors. His service on several boards and commissions includes six years as a commissioner for the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, the accrediting agency for higher education institutions in the western United States. He also served as chair of the Governing Board of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities. His commitment to the California State University system includes serving on a work group that reviewed and recommended corrective action on remedial education, and, more recently, as a member of a committee of presidents considering policy on enrollment management, the CSU’s Technology Steering Committee, and the Institute for Teaching and Learning. Dr. Gonzalez is Sacramento State’s 11th president. His wife, Gloria, is also a graduate of the CSU. They have two sons.

Dr. Terry Wanless’ eight-year tenure as Sacramento State’s Director of Athletics has seen growth unparalleled in the school’s 19-year Division I history. His vision of broad success in the department has come to fruition over the last four years where the Hornets have combined to win 26 conference championships. That includes an unprecedented eight conference titles during both the 2006-07 and 2007-08 academic years. In addition, the program has claimed three straight Big Sky Conference Women’s All-Sports Trophies. In fact, of the 347 Div. I athletics programs, SI.com ranked Sacramento State as the 36th best athletics program during the 2007-08 academic year. This past year (2009-10), the program finished 132nd in the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup standings, the second highest ranked team in the Big Sky Conference. The 2008-09 West Region Athletic Director of the Year for the Football Championship Subdivision, Wanless has overseen significant facility enhancement to the athletic facilities. The biggest change came during the spring of 2008 with the opening of the Broad Fieldhouse, which serves as the home to Hornet football and track and field, as well as athletic training and strength and conditioning. The Eli and Edythe Broad Fieldhouse was the first step of an elaborate plan that began with the passing of a referendum by the Sacramento State student body. That vote also led to the creation of a recreation and wellness center which will benefit the entire student body and open in September of 2010. Wanless has served on numerous NCAA committees, and recently completed a term as a member of the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision selection committee and the Div. I Football Issues Committee. Previously, he was a member of the NCAA Football rules committee and the NCAA Peer Review committee. Wanless has been a visible member of the Sacramento State athletics family, constantly representing the University and department at public outings and speaking engagements. His commitment to the student-athlete has also been clear as both he and his wife, Joanne, attend the majority of Hornet home athletic events and support several teams on the road. His leadership and academic support have been evident to the student-athletes in other ways as well. The department’s Life Skills Program has seen rapid growth, significantly increasing the number of summer and fifth-year scholarships available to Hornet student-athletes. The Life Skills program has also launched the program’s first computer lab and offers Hornet student-athletes tutoring as well as academic counseling.

Over the last eight years, Sacramento State student-athletes have posted over 2,200 term GPAs of 3.0 or above. At the conclusion of the 2010 spring semester, Hornet student-athletes combined for an overall GPA of 2.98, which is the highest mark since the program joined the Div. I ranks in 1991-92. His efforts in restoring the department’s booster club structure as well as aggressively improving the University’s collegiate licensing program, while not readily visible, are projects that have, and will continue to enhance the program’s financial footing in years to come. Athletically, the Hornets have also seen continued growth and success on the field of play. During his eight years at Sacramento State, 25 teams and 145 individuals have advanced to NCAA postseason competition. Wanless’ efforts to put the Hornets on the map have been instrumental in helping make Sacramento State the unofficial “home of NCAA Championships”. During his eight years of leadership, Sacramento State has served as host to seven NCAA championships (four track, two rowing, one volleyball) as well as the 2004 U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials. Prior to Sacramento State, Wanless served as athletics director at the University of North Dakota from 1990-1999, guiding the program to one of its most successful decades in school history. During that time, North Dakota enjoyed strong competitive success, winning four NCAA national championships and 36 conference titles. Additionally, 25 other teams finished second in their respective conferences. Before his position at North Dakota, Wanless was director of intercollegiate athletics at Western Carolina for four years and held a variety of positions, including director of intercollegiate athletics, at Towson University in Maryland. Wanless earned a bachelor’s degree in physical education from Black Hills State, a master’s degree in physical education from Northern Illinois and a doctorate in athletics administration from Temple. He and his wife, Joanne, are the parents of two children. Their daughter, Heather, and her husband, Chad Collins, reside in Lexington, Ky., with their daughters Hadley and Leah, and son Jack. Their son Troy, and his wife, Jesi, live in Minneapolis with their daughters Elli and Scarlett.


The Student-Athlete Resource Center offers academic advising, tutoring and mentoring, NCAA rules education and compliance, athletic financial services support, and life skills programming for all student-athletes of Sacramento State’s Division I Intercollegiate Athletics program. The S.A.R.C.’s services and programming are provided in an assortment of ways including individual advising, orientations, group and team meetings, coaches’ compliance and rules education sessions, freshmen seminar classes, and a variety of student development and academic workshops. S.A.R.C. Director Paul Edwards, Academic Athletic Services Coordinator Laurie Dahlberg, Football Athletic Advisor Bob Shook and Life Skills and Student-Athlete Development Coordinator Mark McGushin serve as the primary advisors to the student-athletes. Additionally, McGushin coordinates the mentoring program which addresses student-athletes experiencing academic difficulties. The Student-Athlete Academic & Life Skills Lab is available to student-athletes as a study area and to meet with tutors. The S.A.R.C. also provides additional services, guest speakers and

Paul Edwards

Brandon Padilla

Heather Farwig

Laurie Dahlberg

Mark McGushin

Bob Shook

Katherine Zedonis

Shannon Hall

Josh Collins

The goal of the athletic training staff is to provide all Sacramento State student-athletes with high quality health care. Headed by full-time certified athletic trainers Brandon Padilla, Heather Farwig and Joe Ramos, the Hornets’ athletic training facility provides state-of-the-art support and the services of highly trained sports medicine and health care professionals. Should an injury occur, student-athletes are seen immediately by their sport’s specific athletic trainer, and are referred, when necessary, to the appropriate medical provider or facility. Sacramento State boasts three athletic training facilities (two located in the physical education complex and one at the Broad Fieldhouse). All athletic training facilities are equipped with the finest therapeutic modalities and rehabilitative apparatus. A staff of three team physicians (Dr. Alan Hirahara, Dr. Ronald Sockolov, Dr. Harold Strauch) and a skillful and talented athletic training staff tend to the medical and rehabilitative needs of each and every student-athlete. Also assisting in the health of the student-athletes is a Kaiser physician, two dentists, a physical therapist and a chiropractor. Sacramento State’s athletic training staff consists of three full-time certified athletic trainers, three graduate assistants and more than 15 athletic training students preparing for a career in sports medicine.

Kyle Yamashiro Physical Therapist RESULTS PT 9500 Micron Ave, #200 Sacramento, CA 95827 (916) 362-7962 Dr. Ronald Sockolov Family Practice 1 Scripps Drive, #202 Sacramento, CA 95825 (916) 927-1114

Joe Ramos

workshops related to finding information on campus, in the community and NCAA resources in a variety of areas related to student life, welfare and career opportunities. Athletic Compliance and Financial Services Director Katherine Zedonis and Compliance Coordinator Shannon Hall are responsible for the administration of NCAA eligibility rules education and compliance for all intercollegiate teams, including issues related to athletic financial aid of student-athletes. The Athletic Compliance Office is responsible for developing, monitoring and enforcing a compliance program that ensures the integrity of the institution within the guidelines of the NCAA, Big Sky Conference and the University. Admission Counselor/NCAA Initial Eligibility Coordinator Josh Collins services Sacramento State student-athletes with admission processing responsibilities and monitoring of NCAA initial-eligibility requirements. Collins works closely with both new transfer and incoming freshmen student-athletes. He is the main contact at Sacramento State for student-athletes working with NCAA Eligibility Center procedures.

Dr. Alan Hirahara Orthopedic Surgeon 2801 K Street, Suite 330 Sacramento, CA 95817 (916) 733-5049 Dr. Brian Davis Dir. Of Sports Medicine UC Davis Med Center 4860 Y Street, #1700 Sacramento, CA 95817 (916) 734-5292

Dr. Boris Ellyason Kaiser Permanente Orthopedic Surgeon 1600 Eureka Road Roseville, CA 95661 (916) 784-5283 Dr. Harold Strauch Orthopedic Surgeon 2801 K Street #330 Sacramento, CA 95817 (916) 733-5049

Dr. Randy Davey Team Dentist 6246 Fair Oaks Blvd. Carmichael, CA 95608 (916) 972-8851 Dr. Greg Heise Oral Surgeon 2525 K Street #101 Sacramento, CA 95816 (916) 442-1882


Mike Connors Women’s Rowing 9th Season

Reggie Christiansen Baseball 1st Season

Jamie Craighead Women’s Basketball 2nd Season

Randy Dedini Women’s Soccer 4th Season

Dima Hrynashka Women’s Tennis 5th Season

Kim Hughes Gymnastics 29th Season

Brian Katz Men’s Basketball 3rd Season

Slava Konikov Men’s Tennis 6th Season

Mike Linenberger Men’s Soccer 22nd Season

Kathleen Raske CC/T&F 8th Season

Marshall Sperbeck Football 4th Season

Kathy Strahan Softball 19th Season

David Sutherland Golf 4th Season

Ruben Volta Volleyball 3rd Season

Nat Bailey Equipment Manager

Martinique Baker Administrative Assistant

Brian Berger Media Relations Director

Ryan Bjork Assistant Media Relations Director

Terrance Brooks Strength/Conditioning

Rebekah Capel Travel Coordinator

Adam Craft Strength/Conditioning

Veronica Espindola Athletic Equipment Attendant

Joe Gengler Technical Support

Steve Iwasa Equipment Manager

Mark Livingston Associate Athletics Director

Bill Macriss Deputy Athletics Director

Carter Mattice Athletic Equipment Attendant

Lois Mattice Associate Athletics Director

Dr. Steve Perez Faculty Athletics Representative

Adam Primas Marketing Director

T-Anté Sims Director of Ticket Operations

Steve Tebbs Facilities/Operations Director

Gigi Timpson Business Assistant

Joe Waltasti Assistant Media Relations Director

Rose Welch Business Manager

Tina Westerhold Stinger Athletic Foundation

Becca Whitman Assistant A.D. for Corporate Sales