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2012 HORNET FOOTBALL TABLE OF CONTENTS at New Mexico State Aug. 30 • 5 p.m.

at Colorado Sept. 8 • 12 p.m.

NORTHERN COLO. Sept. 15 • 2 p.m.

NORTH DAKOTA Sept. 22 • 6 p.m.

at Idaho State Sept. 29 • 12:30 p.m.

at Southern Utah Oct. 6 • 12 p.m.

WEBER STATE Oct. 13 • 6 p.m.

at Eastern Washington Oct. 20 • 4 p.m.

CAL POLY Oct. 27 • 6 p.m.

MONTANA STATE Nov. 3 • 4 p.m.

at UC DAVIS Nov. 17 • TBA

General Information

2011 Year in Review

Quick Facts Media Information This is Hornet Football Hornet Stadium Strength & Conditioning Gameday Experience The Next Level 2012 Roster 2012 Outlook Roster Breakdown Pronunciation Guide

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The Coaches Marshall Sperbeck Anthony Parker Paul Peterson Daniel DaPrato Jordan Gigli Aaron Ingram Conor Riley Steve Roberson Tyler Almond Kyle Leitzke Support Staff

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The Players Returning Player Bios Midyear Transfer Player Bios Newcomer Bios

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Opponents/Big Sky Conference New Mexico State 52 Colorado 52 Northern Colorado 52 North Dakota 53 Idaho State 53 Southern Utah 53 Weber State 54 Eastern Washington 54 Cal Poly 54 Montana State 55 UC Davis 55 Composite Schedule 56 Big Sky Confernece 120

Final Statistics Box Scores Big Sky Standings Big Sky Team Stats Big Sky Individual Stats All-Big Sky Conference

58 66 70 70 71 72

Records, Results & Misc. Team Single-Season Records 74 Team Single-Game Records 76 Passing Records 78 Rushing Records 81 Receiving Records 84 Defensive Records 87 Yearly Defensive Leaders 89 Total Offense/All-Purpose 90 Scoring/Kicking 91 Return Records 93 Yearly Offensive Leaders 94 Coaching Fast Facts 96 Yearly Records 97 Series Results 101 All-Time Roster 103 Hornets in the Pros 110 Hall of Fame 112 FCS All-Americans 113 Big Sky Honors 117 Team Honors 119

University Info Sacramento State 122 Campus Map 123 The Well 124 Residence Halls 125 Athletic Facilities 128 Majors & Minors 129 Athletic Excellence 131 Administration 132 Student-Athlete Resource Center 133 Sports Medicine 134 Strength & Conditioning 135 Head Coaches & Support Staff 136 Big Sky Conference 137 City of Sacramento 138

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THE HORNETS

A look at what to expect Get to know Hornet head Full-length bios and stats coach Marshall Sperbeck. for the entire 2012 team. for the 2012 season.

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FCS ALL-AMERICANS

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THE UNIVERSITY

All the stats and recaps Sacramento State has had An in-depth look at from an exciting season. 15 FCS All-Americans Sacramento State and the surrounding area. since 1998.

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University Information

Sacramento State Athletics Media Relations Staff Brian Berger Media Relations Director (916) 278-4313 bwberger@csus.edu Football, Cross Country, Golf, Gymnastics, Track & Field

Name Sacramento State Location Sacramento, Calif. Founded (Enrollment) 1947 (28,000) 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 133-85 (20 years) Sacramento State Record 24-32 (5 years) Office Phone (916) 278-7053 2011 Overall Record 4-7 2011 Conference Record (finish) 3-5 (T6th) Starters Returning 11 (5 off./5 def./1 kick) Letterwinners Returning/Lost 33/28 Assistant Coaches Anthony Parker Paul Peterson Tyler Almond Daniel DaPrato Jordan Gigli Aaron Ingram Conor Riley Steve Roberson Kyle Leitzke Dave Johnson

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

Support Staff Jeff Shuman Katy Logaburn Kevin Schulbert

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Director of Operations Administrative Assistant Video Coordinator

Strength, Medical and Training Staff Jared Nessland Strength and Conditioning Brandon Padilla Athletic Trainer Dr. Alan Hirahara Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Ronald Sockolov Family Practice Dr. Harold Strauch Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Brian Davis Physical Medicine & Rehab Dr. Melita Moore Physical Medicine & Rehab Dr. Jason Zemanovic Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Eric Giza Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. H.A. Bud Walker Chiropractor Dr. Randy Davey Dentist Dr. Greg Heise Dentist Kyle Yamashiro, PT Team Physical Therapist

Media Relations Facts

Press Box Phone (916) 278-5995 Web site www.hornetsports.com Facebook www.facebook.com/SacStateFootball Twitter www.twitter.com/SacHornetsFB

Ryan Bjork Assistant Director (916) 278-7426 rbjork@csus.edu Volleyball, Men’s Basketball, Softball, Tennis, Rowing Joe Waltasti Assistant Director (916) 278-6896 waltasti@csus.edu Soccer, Women’s Basketball, Baseball, Tennis

Sacramento State football returns to Classic 93.1 FM for the 2012 season. The new station will allow Hornet games to be heard by fans throughout Northern California. The broadcast team of Jason Ross and Steve McElory return for their 16th 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, who is also the play-by-play man for Hornet men’s basketball, 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 (12) and Jason (10). Ross also serves as the sports director at Sports 1140 KHTK and is a member of the Sacramento Kings broadcast teams. He and his wife, Alva, have a 10year old son, Jackson. All Sacramento State home games and Big Sky road contests for football, volleyball, and men’s and women’s basketball will also be streamed on BigSkyTV.org.

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. 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.

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Credits

The 2012 Sacramento State football media guide was written, designed ON THE WEB - Hornetsports.com is the official website and edited by Media Relations Director Brian Berger. Assistance in of Sacramento State Athletics. The site contains upediting provided by Assistant Media Relations Director Ryan Bjork, RGBTebbs, Will Schilto-date rosters, statistics and press releases for all 20 CMYK Assistant MediaFONT Relations Director Joe Waltasti, Steve and the Sacramento Stateregular football staff. Photographs intercollegiate teams at Sacramento State. 100% You can Black: 0not0 credited 0 gogo.big Black: 100% 100%ling 100% by Bob Solorio, Rick Heaslet, Bruce Clarke, Sam Parsons also follow Hornet football on Blue: Facebook and Blue: 0 174 239 100% 0%Twitter. 0% 0% provided and Sacramento State media relations files. Ricky Ray photo courtesy 255 242 Yellow: 0% 0% 100% 0%of the Toronto Argonauts. Aaron Garcia photo onYellow: page 80 courtesy of 0 the Jacksonville Sharks. Lonie Paxton photo on page 7 courtesy of the Denver Broncos/Eric Bakke. Photo on page 119 used with permission from Mark Pfau and Tom Hanks.

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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 debuted a 150,000 square foot recreation and wellness center in September of 2010.

HORNET FOOTBALL 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.

Against the Best

In the Pros

Fifteen former Hornets have played in an NFL game, including offensive lineman John Gesek who won a pair of Super Bowl titles as a starter for the Dallas Cowboys.

Sacramento State competes against some of the best teams in Div. I. Since 2002, the Hornets have faced UTEP, Oregon State, Nevada, Cal, Boise State, Fresno State, New Mexico, Colorado State, UNLV, and Stanford. The team also has upcoming games against Arizona State, Colorado and Washington. The Big Sky Conference is also one of the best in the FCS, sending at least two teams to the playoffs in 22 of the last 23 seasons.

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This season will marks the 20th year of play for Sacramento State since Hornet Stadium underwent the most dramatic renovation in the program’s 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 opened its doors in September of 2010 and is a $77M campus recreation and wellness center. The stadium, which holds 21,195, 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. Hornet Stadium has also been shared by several professional football teams. Most recently, the Sacramento Mountain Lions of the United Football League played at the site from 2010-11. 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. To help prepare the stadium for the Surge, team owner Fred Anderson and the University began a massive project which transformed the 6,000-seat facility into a 26,000-seat stadium in just 10 weeks in early 1992. The Surge hosted the Montreal Machine in a preseason game March 14, barely three months after the first shovel pierced dirt. Hornet Stadium hosted its first Hornet football game Sept. 5, 1992 against Montana State. 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 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 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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HORNET STRENGTH One of the biggest benefits to the Broad Fieldhouse

STRENGTH & CONDITIONING STAFF

is the nearly 6,000-foot weight room. The state-ofthe-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,

Jared Nessland, Director

Erin Wick, Assistant

Tom DiStasio, Assistant

Kyle Aber, Assistant

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.

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CHASE DEADDER

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BRANDON SMITH

JASON BARNES

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2012 HORNET FOOTBALL 2012 ROSTER Alphabetical Roster

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No. 86 28 42 16 7 11 29 43 41 39 80 55 19 67 2 58 97 37 9 88 90 87 70 91 75 10 21 94 98 48 64 27 8 26 76 36 15 57 50 85 93 92 40 66 78 17 99 59 62 5

Name, Pos. Nnamdi Agude, WR Dexter Alcala, DB Cody Allen, LB Tyler Amick, WR Phillip Anspach, QB Joshua Armstrong, DB Jeff Badger, LB Robert Beale, DB John Bloomfield, DL Jimmy Bobak, LS Jacob Bowman, DB Chris Broadnax, WR Jessie Brown, OL Collin Burnett, QB Brandon Carter, OL DeAndre Carter, WR Jacoby Carter, DB Edgar Castaneda, K Nathan Castro, DL Tyler Charratte, DB De’jon Coleman, RB Ashton Collins, WR Ben Cowger, DL Justin Cox, WR Casey Dakin, OL Todd Davis, LB Clay DePauw, OL Austin Dotson, WR A.J. Ellis, RB Trent Eskew, DL Edmund Faimalo, DL Henry Fernandez, LB Aaron Gasper, OL Eddie Gillies, DB Ezekiel Graham, RB Andy Gramajo, DB Lars Hanson, OL Devin Hardy, WR Shane Harrison, WR Smith Heath, P/K Bryce Henderson, LB Cole Hikutini, TE Noah Johnson, DL Trevor Kelly, DL Manasa Kikau, DB Spencer Klew, OL Mark Knapp, OL T.J. Knowles, WR Nick Kristofors, DL Josh Latham, DL Matt Lawrence, DL Christopher Lopes, DB

No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 47 48 49 50 51 52 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66

Name Osagie Odiase DeAndre Carter Dijon Washington Mason Magleby Christopher Lopes Ryan McMahon Joshua Armstrong Ezekiel Graham De’jon Coleman Austin Dotson Jeff Badger Garrett Safron Morris Norrise Demetrius Warren Shane Harrison Phillip Anspach T.J. Knowles Nolan Sorensen Collin Burnett Nicholas Payne A.J. Ellis Corey Vanderbeek Randey Peterson Sam McCowan Andy Gramajo Eddie Gillies Dexter Alcala Robert Beale Anthony Payne Markell Williams Clark Partridge Jaycee Totty Devin Hardy Tyler Charratte Brendan Royal Jacob Bowman Manasa Kikau Jimmy Bobak Cody Allen John Bloomfield Darnell Sankey Justin Weldon DJ Maciel Henry Fernandez Nicholas Mazza Bryce Henderson Avery White Edward Ruhnke Jessie Brown Marcus Sannadan Smith Heath Edgar Castaneda Josh Latham R.J. Melgar Aleksandar Milanovic Matt Lawrence Matt Sawickis Aaron Gasper Vince Weaver Spencer Klew

Pos. DB WR DB QB DB DB DB RB RB WR LB QB WR RB WR QB WR QB QB DB RB DB DB RB DB DB DB DB DB DB RB DL WR DB DB DB DB LS LB DL LB P TE LB DL LB DL K OL DL P K DL OL OL DL OL OL OL OL

Ht. 6-1 5-9 6-1 6-2 5-11 6-0 6-0 5-9 5-9 5-10 5-11 6-1 5-11 5-7 6-2 6-1 6-7 6-4 6-3 6-1 5-11 5-9 6-0 5-7 5-10 6-0 5-10 6-0 6-0 5-8 6-1 6-3 6-2 6-1 6-0 6-0 5-10 6-2 6-0 6-1 6-3 6-4 6-4 5-11 6-3 6-0 6-1 5-9 6-3 6-0 6-2 5-9 6-2 6-0 6-7 5-10 6-2 6-1 6-5 6-2

Wt. 180 185 190 205 185 200 180 170 175 175 225 195 180 185 200 180 245 200 195 175 200 175 195 175 195 175 185 180 175 180 230 260 190 185 180 200 200 230 250 245 230 215 255 215 250 220 245 175 265 260 195 175 240 260 290 265 290 290 295 240

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

Hometown/Previous School Santa Fe Springs, Calif./St. Paul HS San Jose, Calif./Washington HS Lawndale, Calif./Nebraska Loomis, Calif./Nevada Brockton, Mass./UConn LaVerne, Calif./USC Redlands, Calif./East Valley HS Carson, Calif./LA Southwest JC Van Nuys, Calif./Arleta HS Carson, Calif./Golden West JC Windsor, Calif./Cardinal Newman HS Santa Monica, Calif./Santa Monica HS Berkeley, Calif./Berkeley HS Fresno, Calif./Bullard HS Chatsworth, Calif./Sierra Canyon HS Bakersfield, Calif./Garces Memorial HS Las Vegas, Nev./South Florida Clovis, Calif./Buchanan HS Auburn, Calif./Placer HS San Diego, Calif./Mira Mesa HS San Jose, Calif./Fresno State Granite Bay, Calif./Granite Bay HS Vacaville, Calif./Vanden HS Oxnard, Calif./Oxnard HS La Mirada, Calif./La Mirada HS Oakland, Calif./Oakland Tech HS Tracy, Calif./West HS Turlock, Calif./Pitman HS San Diego, Calif./Mira Mesa HS Vacaville, Calif./Vacaville HS Granite Bay, Calif./Sierra JC Exeter, Calif./Coll. of Sequioas JC Brentwood, Calif./Heritage HS Walnut Creek, Calif./Berean Christian HS Oakland, Calif./Bishop O’Dowd HS Palmdale, Calif./Chaminade HS Sacramento, Calif./American River JC Roseville, Calif./Oakmont HS Rohnert Park, Calif./Rancho Cotate HS East Palo Alto, Calif./Sierra JC San Jose, Calif./Branham, Calif. Madera, Calif./Fresno City JC Hanford, Calif./Hanford HS Oxnard, Calif./Oxnard HS Concord, Calif./Clayton Valley HS Northridge, Calif./Bishop Alemany HS Manteca, Calif./Sierra HS Bayville, N.J./Moorpark JC Elk Grove, Calif./American River JC Red Bluff, Calif./Shasta JC Chico, Calif./Pleasant Valley HS Alameda, Calif./CCSF Redding, Calif./Foothill HS Los Angeles, Calif./LA Valley JC Vienna, Austria/Camillo Sitte Patterson, Calif./Central Catholic HS Homer Glen, Ill./Lockport Township HS San Leandro, Calif./Bishop O’Dowd HS Petaluma, Calif./Casa Grande HS Napa, Calif./Napa HS

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Name Brandon Carter Patrick Scoggins Casey Dakin Sapule Ta’amilo Devonte Martin Tyler Worthley Derek Stickney Clay DePauw Lars Hanson Dylan Woodfill Mark Knapp Dan Stornaiuolo Chris Broadnax Blake Robertson Kyle Roberts Zach Moreno Kyi Thomas Cole Hikutini Nnamdi Agude Justin Cox Ashton Collins Marcus Mosi Ben Cowger Todd Davis Trevor Kelly Noah Johnson Trent Eskew Nehemiah Mitchell Nathan Castro Edmund Faimalo Nick Kristofors Tyler Amick Jacoby Carter

Pos. OL DL OL OL DL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL WR WR WR WR WR TE WR WR WR TE DL LB DL DL DL DL DL DL DL WR DB

Ht. 6-2 6-1 6-4 6-1 6-2 6-4 6-6 6-3 6-7 6-4 6-5 6-5 6-2 6-2 6-2 6-4 6-4 6-4 6-2 6-2 5-10 6-2 6-5 6-1 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-0 6-1 6-2 6-2 5-8

Wt. 260 290 260 250 375 320 280 290 270 290 300 310 225 170 185 185 185 220 180 175 170 250 240 230 295 255 245 260 310 275 245 190 195

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

Head Coach: Marshall Sperbeck, 6th Season Assistant Coaches: Anthony Parker, Defensive Coordinator Daniel DaPrato, Wide Receivers/Special Teams Jordan Gigli, Defensive Line Aaron Ingram, Running Backs/Recruiting Coordinator Conor Riley, Offensive Line Steve Roberson, Defensive Backs Tyler Almond, Linebackers Kyle Leitzke, Offensive Assistant/Tight Ends Dave Johnson, Defensive Assistant

Hometown/Previous School Rancho Cucamonga, Calif./RC HS Palos Verdes, Calif./Palos Verdes HS Templeton, Calif./Templeton HS Murrieta, Calif./Vista Murrieta HS 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 Elk Grove, Calif./Pleasant Grove HS Pinon Hills, Calif./Serrano HS San Francisco, Calif./Sacred Heart HS Vacaville, Calif./Vanden HS Corona, Calif./Corona HS Seal Beach, Calif./Los Alamitos HS Le Grand, Calif./Le Grand HS Sacramento, Calif./Sheldon HS Wilton, Calif./Pleasant Grove HS Corona, Calif./Santiago HS Lodi, Calif./St. Mary’s HS Berkeley, Calif./Berkeley HS San Lorenzo, Calif./San Lorenzo HS Madera, Calif./Liberty HS Palmdale, Calif./Paraclete HS South San Francisco, Calif./El Camino HS Murrieta, Calif./Murrieta Valley HS Bakersfield, Calif./Liberty HS Oakland, Calif./Bishop O’Dowd HS San Diego, Calif./Mira Mesa HS Redlands, Calif./East Valley HS Novato, Calif./San Marin HS Livermore, Calif./Granada HS Fontana, Calif./Diamond Ranch HS

Alphabetical Roster 47 4 72 49 24 6 60 61 95 83 89 13 1 32 30 20 23 82 81 38 52 12 44 56 63 68 18 74 79 71 84 35 22 14 3 65 45 51 31 77 73

Support Staff: Jeff Shuman, Director of Operations Brandon Padilla, Athletic Trainer Katy Logaburn, Administrative Assistant Kevin Schulbert, Video Coordinator

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DJ Maciel, TE Mason Magleby, QB Devonte Martin, DL Nicholas Mazza, DL Sam McCowan, RB Ryan McMahon, DB R.J. Melgar, OL Aleksandar Milanovic, OL Nehemiah Mitchell, DL Zach Moreno, WR Marcus Mosi, TE Morris Norrise, WR Osagie Odiase, DB Clark Partridge, RB Anthony Payne, DB Nicholas Payne, DB Randey Peterson, DB Kyle Roberts, WR Blake Robertson, WR Brendan Royal, DB Edward Ruhnke, K Garrett Safron, QB Darnell Sankey, LB Marcus Sannadan, DL Matt Sawickis, OL Patrick Scoggins, DL Nolan Sorensen, QB Derek Stickney, OL Dan Stornaiuolo, OL Sapule Ta’amilo, OL Kyi Thomas, WR Jaycee Totty, DL Corey Vanderbeek, DB Demetrius Warren, RB Dijon Washington, DB Vince Weaver, OL Justin Weldon, P Avery White, DL Markell Williams, DB Dylan Woodfill, OL Tyler Worthley, OL

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SEASON OUTLOOK WHAT THE HORNETS RETURN

OFFENSE Category.............................Pct. of 2011 Total Rushing Yards..................... 34.6 (627/1810) Passing Yards...................... 22.4 (433/1936) Receiving Yards................... 40.8 (790/1936) Total Offense Yards............ 28.3 (1060/3746) All-Purpose Yards.............. 35.1 (1766/5027) Scoring................................... 22.2 (58/261)

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DEFENSE Category.............................Pct. of 2011 Total Tackles.................................. 56.7 (464/818) Tackles-for-Loss....................... 52.9 (36.5/69) Sacks....................................... 35.4 (8.5/24) Interceptions.................................. 44.4 (4/9) Pass Breakups........................... 36.2 (17/47) Fumble Recoveries......................... 44.4 (4/9) Fumbles Forced........................... 41.7 (5/12) SPECIAL TEAMS Category.............................Pct. of 2011 Total Field Goals..................................... 0.0 (0/3) Extra Points................................... 0.0 (0/26) Punt Return Yards...................... 47.6 (39/82) Kickoff Return Yards............. 28.2 (299/1060) Punting Yards...................... 24.2 (533/2199)

Change is the theme around college football in 2012 and Sacramento State is no exception. From the makeup of the conference, to the coaching staff and on the field, the Hornets will have a new look for the upcoming season. Sacramento State is coming off a roller-coaster season which saw the Hornets defeat Oregon State and Montana but end the year with a 4-7 overall record. The team, which was senior laden, returns 33 letterwinners from a year ago but just 11 starters. On offense, the team will have the advantage of a veteran line which features three returning starters and five players with considerable experience. While the line is fairly cemented, the player taking the snaps is up for grabs heading into training camp. Sophomore Garrett Safron returns after starting five games a year ago. His primary competition will come from junior Mason Magleby who transferred to Sacramento State from Nevada during the spring. Another challenge will come in replacing running back Bryan Hilliard and receivers Chase Deadder, Brandyn Reed and John Hendershott who each graduated last season. Senior running back Sam McCowan leads a deep corps of running backs while junior Morris Norrise and sophomore DeAndre Carter will be frequent targets in the team’s passing attack. Defensively, the Hornets will have several new

faces up front while trying to fill the shoes of former All-American Zack Nash. The defensive end set the school record for career sacks last year and is currently a member of the Arizona Cardinals. Linebackers Jeff Badger and Todd Davis both return as does safety Ryan McMahon and cornerback Osagie Odiase. Davis (96), McMahon (86) and Badger (85) were the top three tacklers from last year. Odiase tied for the team lead in interceptions despite playing just seven games. On the sidelines, Sacramento State will also feature a few changes to the coaching staff, including adding Paul Peterson as offensive coordinator. Peterson, who played quarterback at Boston College and most recently coached at Southern Utah, will take over the play-calling duties from head coach Marshall Sperbeck. The Big Sky Conference will make a dramatic expansion with the addition of Southern Utah, North Dakota, Cal Poly and UC Davis. The 13-team conference is the largest in the Football Championship Subdivsion meaning not every team will play one another during an eight-game league season. The Hornets will open 2012 at New Mexico State and Colorado before hosting Northern Colorado in a non-league matchup. Home Big Sky games will come against North Dakota, Weber State, Cal Poly and Montana State.

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Returning Letterwinners 12 Garrett Safron

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• Sophomore Garrett Safron is the lone quarterback on the roster who has played in a game for the Hornets. • Last season, Safron played in five games in place of the injured Jeff Fleming. During his time on the field, he showed the ability to move the ball both through the air and on the ground. • Safron threw for 394 yards and rushed for 286 during the season. He had three touchdowns passing and an equal amount rushing. • Junior Mason Magleby joined the program during the spring and will compete for the starting job. Magleby, who prepped at nearby Del Oro High School, played his first two collegiate seasons at Nevada. • With the Wolf Pack, he completed 10-of-11 passes for 109 yards and four touchdowns without an interception. • Redshirt freshman Colin Burnett is the only other returner on the roster. • New to the group is freshman Nolan Sorensen. A true freshman from Clovis, Calif., Sorensen graduated from Buchanan High School.

RUNNING BACKS Returning Letterwinners 24 Sam McCowan

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Wt. 175

• Senior Sam McCowan will get his chance in the spotlight as he will likely inherit the starting job in the backfield. McCowan has been a spot starter throughout his career where he has amassed 862 rushing yards and five touchdowns. • The Oxnard, Calif., native has never missed a game during his career and has also seen significant time on special teams. • A pair of transfers are also expected to assist with the running game in 2012. Senior A.J. Ellis joined the team in the spring after transferring from Fresno State while junior Ezekial Graham comes from L.A. Southwest JC. • Ellis played three seasons with the Bulldogs. As a sophomore, he rushed for 281 yards, including a

career high 165 yards against Utah State. • Graham led all California junior college players with 2,277 all-purpose yards in 2011. The speedy back had 1,268 rushing yards with 16 touchdowns and also caught 51 passes for 422 yards and a pair of TDs. • At 5-11, 225, redshirt freshman Gary Ferman will provide some size in the backfield. • The other two newcomers both come to the Hornets with impressive high school resumes. Demetrius Warren earned all-state honors while at Bullard High School in Fresno, Calif. Warren rushed for 2,545 yards and scored 32 touchdowns as a senior. • De’Jon Coleman set the L.A. City Section record with 37 touchdowns as a senior to go along with 2,029 yards.

WIDE RECEIVERS

Returning Letterwinners 2 DeAndre Carter 13 Morris Norrise 17 T.J. Knowles 80 Chris Broadnax 88 Ashton Collins

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

Ht. 5-9 5-11 6-7 6-2 5-10

Wt. 185 180 245 225 170

• With a pair of returning starters, receiver will once again be the deepest of the skill positions for the Hornets. • Junior Morris Norrise has twice been named honorable mention all-Big Sky. Last season Norrise led the team with 38 receptions and ranked second with 471 receiving yards. As a freshman, he paced the team with eight receiving touchdowns. • Norisse’s 73 career receptions and 1,003 career receiving yards place him just outside the top 20 list in Hornet history. He will crack that list with just three more catches and 152 yards. • Sophomore DeAndre Carter returns after a productive first year. Carter came on at the end of the year to catch 12 passes for 161 yards and also returned kicks. • During the spring, Carter played a key role in new offensive coordinator’s Paul Peterson passing attack. • Also back are converted tight ends T.J. Knowles and Chris Broadnax. Both players shifted to the outside during the spring. • Knowles, who stands at 6-foot-7, caught just one pass and a two-point conversion in 2011 while bat-

tling a nagging knee injury. He is a former JC AllAmerican who also played at South Florida. • Broadnax had three grabs for 29 yards. • Other returners including sophomore Ashton Collins and redshirt freshmen Nnamdi Agude, Justin Cox, Devin Hardy, Shane Harrison and Blake Robertson. • The newcomers are highlighted by JC transfer Austin Dotson. While at Golden West JC, Dotson caught 40 passes for 454 yards and four touchdowns in nine games. • Other new faces include Kyi Thomas who prepped at Sheldon High School in Sacramento, Kyle Roberts and Tyler Amick.

TIGHT ENDS

Returning Letterwinners 47 DJ Maciel

Yr. Jr.

Ht. 6-4

Wt. 255

• Junior DJ Maciel is the incumbent at tight end. Maciel has made a living inside the red zone as three of his 10 career receptions have resulted in touchdowns. • Last season, he started the final seven games at tight end where he primarily served as a blocker. During the spring, he shifted to tackle but was moved back to tight end following spring ball. • Redshirt freshman Marcus Mosi is the other returner at the position. Mosi was an all-Hayward Area Athletic League selection as a senior in high school. • True freshman Cole Hikutini comes from Pleasant Grove High School in Elk Grove, Calif. Hikutini caught 27 passes for 536 yards and six touchdowns as a senior. He also played in the defensive backfield where he was an all-league selection.

OFFENSIVE LINE

Returning Letterwinners 64 Aaron Gasper 65 Vince Weaver 72 Devonte Martin 73 Tyler Worthley 74 Derek Stickney 75 Clay DePauw

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

Ht. 6-1 6-5 6-2 6-4 6-6 6-3

Wt. 290 295 375 320 280 290

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2012 HORNET FOOTBALL SEASON OUTLOOK started all 11 games last season. DePauw earned the starting nod at left guard but will likely move to center in 2012. • Worthley has been the team’s starting right guard for the last two seasons. The Dublin, Calif., native has started 22 consecutive games which is tied with linebacker Jeff Badger for the longest streak on the team. • Derek Stickney started the final eight games of the season at right tackle but will shift to the left side for his sophomore campaign. • Seniors Aaron Gasper and Vince Weaver and sophomore Devonte Martin have each started games throughout their career and could fight for a starting job in 2012. • Redshirt freshman Aleksandar Milanovic represents the unknown up front. Milanovic joined the team last fall after being raised in Vienna, Austria. At 6-foot-7, 290 pounds, Milanovic can play tackle and guard. • Redshirt freshmen Lars Hanson, Spencer Klew and Dan Stornaiuolo will also add depth to the group. • During the spring, the team welcomed transfers Jessie Brown, R.J. Melgar and Matt Sawickis. Brown is a JC transfer from American River JC in Sacramento. He played just one season for the Beavers and can play both center and tackle. • Sawickis originally committed to Nebraska Omaha but was free to transfer after the school discontinued football. He was recruited to the Mavericks by current Hornet O-line coach Conor Riley. • Newcomers to the unit include Casey Dakin, Mark Knapp and Sapule Ta’amilo.

Law renc e DEFENSIVE LINE

Returning Letterwinners 43 John Bloomfield 62 Matt Lawrence 90 Ben Cowger 94 Trent Eskew 97 Nathan Castro

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Sr. Sr. So. Jr. So.

6-1 5-10 6-5 6-3 6-0

245 265 240 245 310

• The challenge facing an experienced defensive line is who will replace All-American Zack Nash as well as 11-game starters David Coleman and Matt Agaiava. • Senior Matt Lawrence is the lone returning starter amongst the group. Lawrence started every game last year at defensive tackle and finished the year with a career high 23 tackles. • Senior John Bloomfield played both linebacker and defensive end during his first year with the Hornets. Bloomfield appeared in all 11 games and finished the

year with 29 total tackles. • The remainder of the returners have all seen substantial time on the field but were not regular starters. In the middle, sophomore Nathan Castro will pair with Lawrence. Castro made eight tackles as a true freshman, including three for loss. • Sophomore Ben Cowger had seven stops a year ago including a sack-fumble in the end zone which he recovered for a touchdown against UC Davis. • Trent Eskew has made 15 total tackles in his two years with the team. • Redshirt freshmen Trevor Kelly and Josh Latham will also try to break their way into the rotation during their first active seasons with the team. • Several freshmen will join the ranks including Edmund Faimalo, Noah Johnson, Nick Kristofors, Nehemiah Mitchell and Patrick Scoggins.

LINEBACKERS

Returning Letterwinners 11 Jeff Badger 42 Cody Allen 48 Henry Fernandez 91 Todd Davis

Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr.

5-11 6-0 5-11 6-1

225 250 215 230

• Senior Jeff Badger has started 22 straight games at linebacker and enters the season with 126 career tackles, including 14.5 for loss. A versatile athlete, Badger played a few games as an emergency running back for the Hornets during his freshman season. • Junior Todd Davis was an honorable mention all-Big Sky selection last season after leading the team with 96 total tackles. The Palmdale, Calif., native also had a sack and intercepted a pass. • During the season, the converted defensive lineman had six games with at least 10 tackles, including a season high 12 at Oregon State. • Henry Fernandez made 33 tackles at linebacker and on special teams while seeing action in all 11 games. • Junior Cody Allen will continue to add depth at linebacker. Allen tallied 12 tackles last season and set his career high with five stops at Oregon State. • Sophomore Jaycee Totty, a junior college transfer, joined the team in the spring after recording 35 tackles at College of Sequoias in 2011. • A familiar name to Hornet fans will be Keenan Coogler who will also be a sophomore in 2012. Coogler, who is the younger brother of former Sacramento State receiver Ryan Coogler, played his freshman campaign at Contra Costa JC. • Other newcomers include freshmen Bryce Henderson and Darnell Sankey.

DEFENSIVE BACKS Returning Letterwinners 1 Osagie Odiase 6 Ryan McMahon 22 Corey Vanderbeek 23 Randey Peterson 28 Dexter Alcala 29 Robert Beale 31 Markell Williams 40 Manasa Kikau

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

6-1 6-0 5-9 6-0 5-10 6-0 5-8 5-10

180 200 175 195 185 180 180 200

McM ahon McMahon finished second on the team with 86 total tackles while starting all 11 games at strong safety. • Odiase started seven contests and tied for the team lead with a pair of interceptions. He also forced a fumble and had six pass breakups. • Markell Williams will see time as the team’s nickel back and remain a key member on special teams. Last season, Williams scooped up a blocked punt and returned it for a touchdown against Montana. • Cory Vanderbeek has also been a special teams standout during his tenure and will add depth on the corner. • The secondary should be bolstered by a pair of transfers. Christopher Lopes played at UConn where he was part of their Orange Bowl team in 2010. Dijon Washington is a Lawndale, Calif., native who played two seasons at Nebraska. Both Lopes and Washington will be juniors in 2012. • Redshirt freshman Joshua Armstrong could contend for playing time at the corner after a solid spring. • Juniors Randey Peterson and Robert Beale, senior Manasa Kikau and sophomore Dexter Alcala bring experience and will add depth to the unit. • Others at the position include sophomore Eddie Gillies, redshirt freshmen Jacoby Carter and Nicholas Payne and true freshmen Phillip Anspach, Jacob Bowman and Brendan Royal.

SPECIAL TEAMS

Returning Letterwinners 41 Jimmy Bobak 57 Smith Heath

Sr. So.

6-2 5-11

230 195

• There will be plenty of options for Sacramento State at both kicking positions. • Sophomore punter Smith Heath is the lone returner among the group but will be challenged by junior college transfer Justin Weldon. • At kicker, the job will be fought for by a pair of JC transfers comprised of Edgar Castaneda and Ed Ruhnke. • No matter the kicker, senior Jimmy Bobak will handle the long snapping duties for the third consecutive year.

• Eight returners, including a pair of starters, highlight the Hornet secondary. • The group is led by senior safety Ryan McMahon and junior cornerback Osagie Odiase. Last season,

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Offense

Quarterbacks 4 Mason Magleby (6-2, 205, Jr.) 12 Garrett Safron (6-1, 195, So.) 16 Phillip Anspach (6-1, 180, Fr.) 18 Nolan Sorensen (6-4, 200, Fr.) 19 Collin Burnett (6-3, 195, Fr.) Running Backs 8 Ezekiel Graham (5-9, 170, Jr.) 9 De’jon Coleman (5-9, 175, Fr.) 14 Demetrius Warren (5-7, 185, Fr.) 21 A.J. Ellis (5-11, 200, Sr.) 24 Sam McCowan (5-7, 175, Sr.) 32 Clark Partirdge (6-1, 230, Jr.) Wide Receivers 2 DeAndre Carter (5-9, 185, So.) 10 Austin Dotson (5-10, 175, Jr.) 13 Morris Norrise (5-11, 180, Jr.) 15 Shane Harrison (6-2, 200, Fr.) 17 T.J. Knowles (6-7, 245, Sr.) 36 Devin Hardy (6-2, 190, Fr.) 81 Blake Robertson (6-2, 170, Fr.) 82 Kyle Roberts (6-2, 185, Fr.) 83 Zach Moreno (6-4, 185, Fr.) 84 Kyi Thomas (6-4, 185, Fr.) 86 Nnamdi Agude (6-2, 175, Fr.) 87 Justin Cox (6-2, 175, Fr.) 88 Ashton Collins (5-10, 170, So.) Tyler Amick (6-2, 190, Fr.) Tackles 55 Jessie Brown (6-3, 265, So.) 61 Aleksandar Milanovic (6-7, 290, Fr.) 63 Matt Sawickis (6-2, 290, Fr.) 65 Vince Weaver (6-5, 295, Sr.) 74 Derek Stickney (6-6, 280, So.) 76 Lars Hanson (6-7, 270, So.) 78 Mark Knapp (6-5, 300, Fr.) 79 Dan Stornaiuolo (6-5, 310, Fr.) Guards 64 Aaron Gasper (6-1, 290, Sr.) 68 Casey Dakin (6-4, 260, Fr.) 71 Sapule Ta’amilo (6-1, 250, Fr.) 72 Devonte Martin (6-2, 375, So.) 73 Tyler Worthley (6-4, 320, Jr.) 77 Dylan Woodfill (6-4, 290, So.) Centers 60 R.J. Melgar (6-0, 260, Jr.) 66 Spencer Klew (6-2, 240, Fr.) 67 Brandon Carter (6-2, 260, Fr.) 75 Clay DePauw (6-3, 290, Sr.) Tight Ends 41 James Bobak (6-2, 230, Sr.) 47 DJ Maciel (6-4, 255, Jr.) 80 Chris Broadnax (6-2, 225, So.) 85 Cole Hikutini (6-4, 220, Fr.) 89 Marcus Mosi (6-2, 240, Fr.)

Defense

Defensive Ends 35 Jaycee Totty (6-3, 260, Jr.) 43 John Bloomfield, (6-1, 245, Sr.) 49 Nicholas Mazza (6-3, 250, Fr.) 51 Avery White (6-1, 245, Sr.) 59 Josh Latham (6-2, 240, Fr.) 90 Ben Cowger (6-5, 240, So.) 94 Trent Eskew (6-3, 245, Jr.) 95 Nehemiah Mitchell (6-4, 260, Fr.) 99 Nick Kristofors (6-2, 245, Fr.) Defensive Tackles 56 Marcus Sannadan (6-0, 260, Sr.) 62 Matt Lawrence (5-10, 265, Sr.) 68 Patrick Scoggins (6-1, 290, Fr.) 92 Trevor Kelly (6-2, 295, Fr.) 93 Noah Johnson (6-2, 255, Fr.) 97 Nathan Castro (6-0, 310, So.) 98 Edmund Faimalo (6-1, 275, Fr.) Middle Linebackers 11 Jeff Badger (5-11, 225, Sr.) 42 Cody Allen (6-0, 250, Jr.) 44 Darnell Sankey (6-3, 230, Fr.) Weak-Side Linebackers 48 Henry Fernandez (5-11, 215, Jr.) 50 Bryce Henderson (6-0, 220, Fr.) 91 Todd Davis (6-1, 230, So.) Cornerbacks 1 Osagie Odiase (6-1, 180, Jr.) 5 Christopher Lopes (5-11, 185, Jr.) 7 Joshua Armstrong (6-0, 180, Fr.) 20 Nicholas Payne (6-1, 175, Fr.) 22 Corey Vanderbeek (5-9, 175, Jr.) 26 Jacoby Carter (5-8, 195, Fr.) 30 Anthony Payne (6-0, 175, Fr.) Safeties 3 Dijon Washington (6-1, 190, Jr.) 6 Ryan McMahon (6-0, 200, Sr.) 26 Andy Gramajo (5-10, 195, Fr.) 27 Eddie Gillies (6-0, 175, So.) 28 Dexter Alcala (5-10, 185, So.) 29 Robert Beale (6-0, 180, Jr.) 37 Tyler Charratte (6-1, 185, Fr.) 38 Brendan Royal (6-0, 180, Fr.) 39 Jacob Bowman (6-0, 200, Fr.) 40 Manasa Kikau (5-10, 200, Sr.) Nickelbacks 23 Randey Peterson (6-0, 195, Jr.) 31 Markell Williams (5-8, 180, Jr.)

Special Teams

Kickers 52 Edward Ruhnke (5-9, 175, So.) 58 Edgar Castaneda (5-9, 175, Jr.) Punters 45 Justin Weldon (6-4, 215, Jr.) 57 Smith Heath (6-2, 195, So.)

Hornet Facts Pronunciation Guide

Nnamdi Agude NAHM-dee uh-GOO-day Dexter Alcala all-CALL-uh Phillip Anspach an-SPAH Jimmy Bobak BO-bak Edgar Castaneda cas-tun-NAY-duh Tyler Charratte shu-RETT De’jon Coleman DEE-zhon Clay DePauw de-PAW Edmund Faimalo fy-MAH-lo Eddie Gillies GILL-iss Andy Gramajo gruh-MAH-ho Cole Hikutini hik-uh-TEE-nee Manasa Kikau muh-NAH-suh KEE-cow Christopher Lopes LOPES Aleksandar Milanovic mee-LAWN-o-vich Marcus Mosi mo-ZEE Morris Norisse nor-EESS Osagie Odiase o-SAW-gey o-dee-ah-SAY Edward Ruhnke RUN-kee Darnell Sankey SANK-ee Matt Sawickis suh-WICK-iss Dan Stornaiuolo stor-NI-you-wo-lo Sapule Ta’amilo sa-POO-lay ta-ah-MEE-lo Kyi Thomas KY Dijon Washington DEE-zhon

Career Starts

Current Offense ’11 Starts Career DeAndre Carter 4 3 4 Clay DePauw 11 14 17 Aaron Gasper 0 --- 1 DJ Maciel 7 7 7 Sam McCowan 2 --- 3 Morris Norrise 7 --- 13 Garrett Safron 3 2 3 Derek Stickney 8 8 8 Vince Weaver 3 --- 4 Tyler Worthley 11 22 22 Consecutive Defense ’11 Starts Career Cody Allen 1 --- 1 Jeff Badger 11 22 23 John Bloomfield 1 --- 1 Todd Davis 11 11 11 Matt Lawrence 11 19 19 Ryan McMahon 11 11 11 Osagie Odisase 7 2 15 Markell Williams 2 1 2 Consecutive Specialists ’11 Starts Career Smith Heath 3 --- 3 Returners who Started Every Game in ‘11

Offense (2): Clay DePauw, Tyler Worthley Defense (4): Jeff Badger, Todd Davis, Matt Lawrence, Ryan McMahon Specialists (0): None

Longest Active Starting Streaks Jeff Badger Tyler Worthley Matt Lawrence

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MARSHALL SPERBECK Head Coach | Sixth Year Nevada, ’84

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

PLAYING EXPERIENCE Nevada Quarterback 1981-82

Marshall Sperbeck is entering his sixth 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 five seasons than Sperbeck. His overall and conference winning percentages also rank him second in program history through five seasons, trailing only legendary head coach Ray Clemons. In 2010, Sacramento State enjoyed one of its finest seasons since moving to Div. I. The Hornets had 13 players earn all-Big Sky honors, including defensive end Zack Nash who was a second team All-American. The Sacramento State offense, which is under Sperbeck’s direction, thrived over the last seven weeks of the year, averaging 36.6 points per game and scoring at least 40 points three times. The offensive boom was even more impressive when you consider the Hornets played nearly the entire season without their projected starters at quarterback and two receiver spots. The team carried that momentum into 2011 where Sacramento State gained national attention with a 2928 overtime victory over Oregon State. The win marked the first against a Pac-12 opponent and made the Hornets one of just six FCS teams to defeat an FBS opponent during the year. Following the season, Nash was named a first team All-American by both the Associated Press and the American Football Coaches Association. 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 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 AllAmerica 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. 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 and last year, the team was recognized for having the highest Academic Progress Rate (APR) score in the Big Sky. Sperbeck has also seen numerous

COACHING EXPERIENCE

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

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2012 HORNET FOOTBALL THE COACHES players earn their bachelor’s degree in his tenure. That graduation rate has been key to seeing the team continually raise its annual 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. 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 all-purpose 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 years 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 (19), Thomas (17), and Ally (15).

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ANTHONY PARKER Defensive Coordinator | Fourth Year Boise State, ’07

PERSONAL Hometown Sacramento, Calif. Spouse Trisha Children Bode (3) Education B.A. Social Science, ’07

COACHING EXPERIENCE Sacramento State Defensive Coordinator 2010-present Defensive Backs 2009 Boise State Graduate Assistant 2007-08 Student Assistant 2005-06

Anthony Parker enters his fourth season at Sacramento State and his third as the team’s defensive coordinator. Parker took over the reins of the Hornet defense in 2010 and saw his unit respond by finishing third in the Big Sky Conference in total defense and scoring defense. Led by second team All-American and first team all-Big Sky selection Zack Nash, the Hornet defense recorded 26 total sacks and 66 tackles-for-loss. The defense also intercepted 10 passes and recovered 16 of the 17 fumbles it forced. Along with Nash, who led the nation in TFLs per game, the defense also featured second team all-Big Sky selections Christian Clark, Peter Buck and Zach Schrader. Clark went on to continue his career with the San Jose SaberCats of the Arena Football League in the spring. Overall, the defense surrendered 20 points or less in seven of the 11 games, including the final four of the season. This past season (2011), four players were honored by the conference at the end of the year. Nash, once again, earned first team accolades as well as being named first team All-America by the American Football Coaches Association and the Associated Press. Cornerback Kyle Monson was placed on the second team while linebacker Todd Davis and safety Joe Larche were honorable mention. 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 Conference Newcomer of the Year honors as well as being named second team all-conference. 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 a 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.

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PAUL PETERSON Offensive Coordinator | First Year Boston College, ’05

PERSONAL

Hometown Ephraim, Utah Spouse Meagan Children Owen (6) Mack (4) Cal (2) Emmett (1 month) Education B.A. Management, ‘05

PLAYING EXPERIENCE

Paul Peterson joined the Hornet program in January of 2012 and will serve as the team’s offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. In four years at Southern Utah, Peterson coached the Thunderbirds’ quarterbacks and wide receivers and was also the team’s passing game coordinator. During his tenure, he coached three of the most decorated QBs in Southern Utah history. Cody Stone set many of the school’s single season and career passing marks in 2008. In 2009, Cade Cooper re-wrote most of the single marks only to be bettered by Brad Sorensen the past two years. Peterson also coached a pair of Great West Conference MVPs while at SUU. In 2010, wide receiver Tysson Poots earned the honor after catching 85 passes for 1,230 yards and 11 touchdowns in 11 games. Last season, Sorensen won the award by completing 67.8 percent of his passes (288-425) for 3,143 yards and 17 touchdowns. Peterson played collegiately at Boston College where he led the Eagles to a pair of bowl victories and was their team MVP for the 2004 season. He was a two-time Big East Conference Player of the Week and was the MVP of the Continental Tire Bowl. Peterson was 12-2 as a starter and finished his career ranked second in career passing percentage at B.C. Off the field, he was a recipient of the Boston College Senior Leadership Award and was named the 2005 Boston College Person of the Year. Prior to attending Boston College, Peterson was a JC Gridwire All-American and honorable mention academic All-American at Snow College in Utah. As a sophomore, he led all NJCAA players in passing yards and touchdowns. Following his collegiate career, Peterson played for the Ottawa Renegades of the Canadian Football League. He began his coaching career at Snow College in 2005 as the team’s quarterbacks coach. That season, he helped guide the Badgers to a 9-2 overall record, a No. 8 national ranking and a bowl victory. In 2006, he moved to BYU where he served as an offensive graduate assistant. That season, the Cougars were 11-2 and finished the season ranked 15th nationally after winning the Mountain West Conference and the Las Vegas Bowl. Peterson spent one season (2007) at North Carolina State as a defensive graduate assistant under Tom O’Brien — his head coach at Boston College. Peterson, who graduated from Boston College with a degree in management, is married to the former Meagan Davies. They are the parents of four sons, Owen, Mack, Cal and Emmett. Recruiting Area: All high schools and junior colleges in Orange County.

Boston College Quarterback 2003-04

COACHING EXPERIENCE

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DANIEL DaPRATO Receivers/Special Teams Coordinator | Sixth Year Louisiana-Monroe, ’04

PERSONAL Hometown Modesto, Calif. Spouse Giovanna Education B.A. Health & Human Performance ‘04 M.A. Instructional Technology, ‘0?

PLAYING EXPERIENCE Louisiana-Monroe Quarterback 2002-03

COACHING EXPERIENCE Sacramento State Special Teams Coordinator 2010-present Receivers 2007-present Louisiana-Monroe Graduate Assistant 2004-05 Director of Operations 2006

Daniel DaPrato enters his sixth season as Sacramento State’s wide receivers coach and his third as the special teams coordinator. During his time with the Hornets, DaPrato has coached eight receivers to all-Big Sky honors. Last year (2011), sophomore Morris Norrise earned honorable mention after leading the team with 38 receptions. Despite playing a combined 14 games, seniors Brandyn Reed and Chase Deadder teamed for 10 touchdowns. Both players scored, and Reed added the winning two-point conversion, in the Hornets’ victory at Oregon State. In 2010, Deadder was voted to the second team while Norrise earned honorable mention. Deadder led the team with 37 receptions for 788 yards and Norrise had a team-high eight touchdowns on 35 receptions. DaPrato also had an honorable mention selection on special teams in kicker Chris Diniz. The senior made 13-of-15 field goals during the year, including a pair from 50-plus yards, and finished the season with a team-best 79 points. The previous season, 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 trails only 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 Fairfield and Vacaville.

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JORDAN GIGLI Defensive Line | Second Year Trine, ’03

PERSONAL Hometown Ft. Wayne, Ind. Spouse Molly Education B.A. Business Administration, ‘03 M.A. Sports Management, ‘06

Jordan Gigli returns for his second season coaching the Hornet defensive line. During his first season with the team (2011), Gigli coached defensive end Zack Nash to several honors. Nash was selected as a first team All-American by the American Football Coaches Association and the Associated Press among his numerous national accolades. Nash also was named to the all-Big Sky first team after leading the Hornets with 10.5 sacks and 15.0 tackles-for-loss. Prior to coming to the Hornets, Gigli was a defensive assistant for the University of Minnesota for four seasons (200710) where he worked primarily with the defensive line. During his time with the Golden Gophers, Gigli was responsible for the initial scouting report for all opponents along with overseeing the team’s defensive and special teams scout teams. He also coached the team’s kickers, punters and long snappers. Gigli also has had coaching stints at Wittenberg University, Western Illinois and Trine University. At Wittenberg, he was the team’s defensive line coach and strength and conditioning coordinator in 2006. That season, the team won the North Coast Athletic Conference championship and advanced to the NCAA Div. III playoffs. The Tiger defense also led the NCAC in scoring (13.7 points per game), rush defense (70.1 ypg) and total defense (242.9 ypg). From 2004-05, Gigli was an assistant coach at Western Illinois. In his first season, he coached the Leatherneck defensive tackles. The following year, he moved to the offensive line where he coached tackles and tight ends. Gigli’s first coaching job came at his alma mater, Trine University in Angola, Ind. During the 2003 season, he served as the defensive line coach and recruiting coordinator. The Ft. Wayne, Ind., native was a four-year letterwinner for the Thunder and served as a team captain in 2002. He earned a degree in business administration from Trine in 2003 and added a master’s in sports management from Western Illinois in 2006. Jordan and his wife, Molly, were married in July of 2009. Recruiting Area: All high schools and junior colleges in the San Joaquin Valley area.

PLAYING EXPERIENCE Trine Defensive Line 1999-2002

COACHING EXPERIENCE Sacramento State Defensive Line 2011-present Minnesota Defensive Assistant 2007-10 Wittenberg Defensive Line Strength & Conditioning 2006 Western Illinois Off. Tackles/Tight Ends 2005 Defensive Line 2004 Trine Defensive Line 2003 HORNETSPORTS.COM | THE OFFICIAL WEBSITE OF SACRAMENTO STATE ATHLETICS

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AARON INGRAM Running Backs/Recruiting Coordinator | Sixth Year

PERSONAL Hometown Fremont, Calif. Spouse Jamie

COACHING EXPERIENCE Sacramento State Recruiting Coordinator 2011-present Running Backs 2007-present Foothill College Running Backs 2005-06 San Jose City College Quarterbacks 2003-04 Washington High School Off. Coord./Quarterbacks 1994-99, 2002 Fresno City College Receivers/Tight Ends 1999-2001

Aaron Ingram is in his sixth year as the running backs coach at Sacramento State. Ingram added to his responsibilities in the spring of 2011 when he became the team’s recruiting coordinator. Since joining the staff, the Hornets have established themselves as one of the top rushing teams in the Big Sky Conference, averaging over 150 yards per game. Last season, Sacramento State averaged 164.5 yards per game and scored 17 rushing touchdowns which was the most by the team since 2000. The 2011 season featured a balanced rushing attack as four players had at least 50 carries. The group was led by senior Bryan Hilliard who closed his career with 665 yards and seven touchdowns. Ingram coached Hilliard throughout his career and saw the Sacramento native vault up the Hornet record book. Hilliard left Sacramento State ranked third in school history with 3,456 career rushing yards and second with 38 career rushing touchdowns. He was also a three-time all-Big Sky selection. During Ingram’s first season with the team (2007), 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. 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. 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. Prior to coming to Sacramento State, Ingram spent three seasons as the running backs coach at Foothill College in Los Altos, Calif. 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 all-purpose 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.

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CONOR RILEY Offensive Line | Second Year Nebraska Omaha, ’03

PERSONAL Hometown Omaha, Neb. Education B.A. Criminal Justice ‘03

Conor Riley returns for his second season as the team’s offensive line coach. Riley joined the Hornet staff in May of 2011. In his first year at Sacramento State, Riley’s group allowed just seven sacks in 11 games. Among the players he coached was Nate Doverspike, who earned second team all-Big Sky honors at tackle. A veteran coach and former All-American, Riley served as the offensive line coach at Nebraska Omaha from 200710. As part of his responsibilities, he was also the Maverick’s run game coordinator. During his tenure, Riley coached Ben Hochstein to Div. II All-America honors and also placed Jake Krause on the all-North Central Conference first team. In 2009, the Mavericks ranked fourth in Div. II in rushing offense. Riley began his collegiate coaching career at UNO as a student and graduate assistant from 2003-05. He then left his alma mater to become the offensive line coach at Concordia University-St. Paul in 2006. A native Omaha, Neb., Riley enjoyed a standout high school career at Creighton Prep. He began his collegiate playing career at the U.S. Air Force Academy, then transferred to Kansas before returning to Omaha and UNO in 1999. After redshirting his first season, he went on to anchor the Mavericks’ offensive line and was named the North Central Conference’s outstanding offensive lineman twice in his three-year career. He was a second team Div. II All-American in 2001 and a first team selection by the American Football Coaches Association and Daktronics as a senior in 2002. He completed his bachelor’s degree at UNO in 2003. Recruiting Area: All high schools and junior colleges in the Sacramento area.

PLAYING EXPERIENCE Nebraska Omaha Offensive Line 1999-2002

COACHING EXPERIENCE Sacramento State Offensive Line 2011-present Nebraska Omaha Offensive Line 2007-10 Graduate Assistant 2003-05 Concordia (St. Paul) Offensive Line 2006

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STEVE ROBERSON Defensive Backs | Ninth Year Sacramento State, ’05

PERSONAL Hometown Los Angeles, Calif. Spouse Laura Education B.A. Engineering ‘05 M.A. Coaching Education, ‘12

PLAYING EXPERIENCE Sacramento State Defensive Back 2003

COACHING EXPERIENCE

Former Sacramento State player Steve Roberson returns for his ninth season as a member of the coaching staff and his seventh as a full-time coach. This year, Roberson will continue to 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 mentored three players to 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 went to join the Detroit Lions and is currently a member of the Calgary Stampeders of the Canadian Football League. The 2007 team had three of the four starters named all-Big Sky with Webber and Shelton joined by cornerback Jody Johnson on the honorable mention list. The following season, Roberson coached a defensive backfield which featured just one returning starter but still had freshman Deionte Gordon named honorable mention all-Big Sky. In 2009 year, Roberson helped coach Zach Schrader to the Big Sky Newcomer of the Year award and second team all-Big Sky honors. The following season, the defensive backs accounted for four of the team’s five highest tackle totals. Among those was Schrader who recorded 82 stops and was named second team all-Big Sky for the second consecutive season. In 2011, Kyle Monson was named to the all-Big Sky second team after leading the team with nine pass breakups and two interceptions. Safety Joe Larche was an honorable mention selection. 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 from Sacramento State in engineering in December of 2005. He added a master’s in coaching education from Ohio University in 2012. During the summer of 2012, Roberson spent time with the Cleveland Browns as part of the NFL’s Bill Walsh Minority Coaching Fellowship Program. With the Browns, Roberson worked closely with defensive backs coach Tim Hauck as well as defensive coordinator Dick Jauron and consultant Ray Rhodes. 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 and Central Coast.

Sacramento State Defensive Backs 2007-present Outside Linebackers 2006 Defensive Assistant 2004-05

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TYLER ALMOND Linebackers | Second Year Sacramento State, ’09 Tyler Almond enters his second season on the Sacramento State coaching staff and his first coaching Hornet linebackers. During his first year with the program, Almond served as a defensive assistant where he primarily assisted with the defensive line. Among the players he coached was defensive end Zack Nash who earned All-America honors, was a first team all-Big Sky Conference selection and a Buck Buchanan Award finalist. Nash left Sacramento State as the school’s all-time leader in sacks and signed a free agent contract with the Arizona Cardinals. A native of Northern California, Almond most recently was the running backs coach at Sierra College in Rocklin, Calif., during the 2009 and 2010 seasons. While with the Wolverines, Almond assisted in the development of the weekly offensive game plan, implemented practice drills and oversaw the kick returners on special teams. In his first year with the team, Sierra won the Valley Conference championship and he coached running back Deonte Williams to all-conference honors. Almond previously served as a varsity assistant coach at Christian Brothers High School in Sacramento from 2006-08. In that role, he coached linebackers, running backs and special teams. He was also in charge of opponent scouting and assisted in the strength and conditioning for the Falcons. In his four years, he coached one Sierra Valley Conference MVP, two SVC Defensive Players of the Year and 13 first team all-SVC selections. Almond graduated from Sacramento State with a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology in 2009. He and his wife, Marissa, were married in July of 2012.

PERSONAL Hometown Concord Calif. Education B.A. Kinesiology, ‘09

Recruiting Area: All high schools and junior colleges in the Inland Empire.

KYLE LEITZKE Tight Ends | Second Year Sacramento State, ’08 Former Sacramento State offensive lineman Kyle Leitzke enters his second season on the staff and his first as the Hornets’ tight ends coach. In 2011, Leitzke served as an offensive assistant where he primarily worked with the offensive line. Among the players he coached was tackle Nate Doverspike who earned second team all-Big Sky honors. As a player, the Rancho Buena Vista, Calif., native was a two-year starter at center for Sacramento State. Following his senior season, he earned honorable mention all-Big Sky honors and was the winner of the team’s John Gesek Outstanding Lineman Award. Prior to coming to Sacramento State, Leitzke played two seasons at Palomar JC where he was named all-Mission Conference. Leitzke graduated from Sacramento State with a degree in history in 2008.

PERSONAL Hometown Rancho Buena Vista, Calif. Education B.A. History, ‘08

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JEFF SHUMAN

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Director of Football Operations 4th Year Jeff Shuman begins his fourth 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 facet of the team. Some of his responsibilities include team travel, summer team and youth camps, as well as working as the liaison 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 (13) and Callie (11).

Brandon Padilla Athletic Trainer

Tammy Gough Athletic Trainer

Brian Berger Media Relations

T-Ante Sims Ticket Manager

Steve Tebbs Facilities

Adam Primas Marketing

Nat Bailey Equipment

Steve Iwasa Equipment

Bob Shook Acad. Advising

Paul Edwards Acad. Advising

Laurie Dahlberg Acad. Advising

Shannon Hall Admissions

KATY LOGABURN Football Administrative Assistant 6th Year Sacramento State, ‘05 Katy Logaburn begins her sixth 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 and added a master’s degree in counseling in 2012.

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Student Athletic Trainers: Nick DeBabriele, Chris Gregoire, Jeremiah Gross, Liz Harris, Aaron Jones, Stephanie Patterson, Eddy Rodriguez

Katherine Zedonis Compliance

Mark McGushin Life Skills Coord.

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CODY ALLEN

Wide Receiver | 6-2 | 180 | Fr. | Second Year Corona, Calif. Santiago HS

Linebacker |  6-0 | 250 | Jr. | Fourth Year Rohnert Park, Calif. Rancho Cotate HS

2011 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt. High School: A 2011 graduate of Santiago HS in Corona, Calif…earned all-Big VIII honors for the Sharks as a senior…caught 41 passes for 591 yards and 10 touchdowns that season…biggest output came against JW North where he had four grabs for 103 yards and a pair of TDs…also had two touchdowns against Norco. Personal: Has yet to declare a major...parents are Sunday and Grace Agude.

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Def. Back | 5-10 | 185 | So. | Third Year Tracy, Calif. West HS 2011 Season: Recorded three tackles while primarily playing on special teams… had a solo tackle at Montana State and was credited with an assisted tackle against Eastern Washington and Northern Arizona. 2010 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt…was named the defensive scout team MVP. High School: Graduated from West HS in Tracy, Calif., in 2010…was a twotime first team all-Tri-City 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.

2011 Season: Appeared in all 11 games as a linebacker and on special teams… recorded 12 tackles, including six solos…11 of his stops came in the first three games of the year…was credited with a career high five tackles at Oregon State… had three solo stops against the Beavers which also set a career high…matched that total with five tackles at Weber State, including a tackle-for-loss. 2010 Season: Played in the final 10 games of the season, earning a start at linebacker against Montana State…had two solo tackles and four assists…was credited with two stops against Northern Colorado for his season high. 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: Majoring in economics…parents are Shawn and Margo Rooney.

ALLEN’S CAREER STATS

year un-ast tot tfl-yds sack-yds pbu int-yds ff fr-yds 2010 2-4 6 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 2011 6-6 12 1.0-1 0.0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 totals 8-10 18 1.0-1 0.0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0

Personal: A communication studies major…parents are Louis and Susan Alcala.

ALCALA’S CAREER STATS

year un-ast tot tfl-yds sack-yds pbu int-yds ff fr-yds 2011 1-2 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0

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7 JOSHUA ARMSTRONG Def. Back | 6-0 | 180 | Fr. | Second Year Redlands, Calif. East Valley HS 2011 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt. High School: Graduated from Redlands East Valley HS in 2011…was named to the CIF all-Inland Division and first team all-Citrus Belt League as a senior… tallied 31 tackles as a senior while helping the team to an 8-3 record…the Wildcats won CBL titles his final two seasons…had six interceptions as a senior and 14 during his career to set school records…picked off three passes against Redlands…also earned all-CBL honors in track. Personal: Has yet to declare a major...parents are Robert Armstrong and Naomi Rodriguez.

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Linebacker | 5-11 | 225 | Sr. | Fourth Year Windsor, Calif. Cardinal Newman HS 2011 Season: Started all 11 games at middle linebacker…ranked third on the team and led all Hornet linebackers with 85 total tackles…set career highs with 45 solo stops and two sacks…recorded at least three tackles in all 11 games and had six or more in nine games…tallied a career high 12 tackles against Northern Arizona and added 10 at Northern Colorado…was credited with a pair of sacks against Idaho State…during the year, he also had three quarterback hurries and three pass break-ups.

2010 Season: Started all 11 games at linebacker…led all Hornet linebackers with 41 total tackles…that total included 23 solos and 7.5 tackles-for-loss…recorded six tackles against Montana, Montana State and Northern Arizona for his season high…had four solo tackles against Portland State…recovered fumbles against Montana and Idaho State. 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 37-51 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: Majoring in sociology…served as a Special Olympics coach during his senior year of high school…parents are Lance and Kathy Badger.

BADGER’S CAREER STATS year 2010 2011 totals

un-ast tot tfl-yds sack-yds pbu int-yds ff fr-yds 23-18 41 7.5-14 0.0-0 1 0-0 0 2-0 45-40 85 7.0-27 2.0-14 3 0-0 0 0-0 68-58 126 14.5-41 2.0-14 4 0-0 0 2-0

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Def. Back | 6-0 | 180 | Jr. | Fourth Year Turlock, Calif. Pitman HS

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Long Snapper |  6-2 | 230 | Sr. | Fifth Year Roseville, Calif. Oakmont HS

2011 Season: Played in two games during the year but did not record a tackle.

2011 Season: Was the team’s long snapper on all punts and kicks in all 11 games.

2010 Season: Was a member of the team but did not compete.

2010 Season: Served as the team’s long snapper in all 11 games…handled the snapping duties on punts, extra points and field goals…had a tackle against Northern Colorado on punt coverage.

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: Majoring in criminal justice…mother and stepfather are Maggi and Tim Corvello.

43 JOHN BLOOMFIELD Def. Line | 6-1 | 245 | Sr. | Second Year East Palo Alto, Calif. Grant HS | Sierra JC 2011 Season: Played in all 11 games as a defensive end and on special teams… tallied 29 total tackles, including six solos…recorded a season high six stops against Northern Arizona, including a half-tackle for loss…had five total tackles against Idaho State…was credited with 1.5 tackles-for-loss in the shutout at Northern Colorado. Prior to Sacramento State: Played two seasons at Sierra JC in Rocklin, Calif… as a freshman, he recorded 60 tackles, including 12.5 for loss…also had two interceptions…team was the Valley Conference champions in 2009 and played in the PremierWest Bank Bowl…as a sophomore, he was limited to just five games but still amassed 38 tackles with a sack. High School: A 2007 graduate of Grant HS in Sacramento, Calif…recorded 44 tackles for the Pacers as a senior…team posted a perfect 13-0 record and captured the Sac-Joaquin Section title…the defense posted six shutouts during the season and allowed just 67 points all season. Personal: Majoring in ethnic studies…mother is Palusila Bloomfield.

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JIMMY BOBAK

BLOOMFIELD’S CAREER STATS

year un-ast tot tfl-yds sack-yds pbu int-yds ff fr-yds 2011 6-23 29 2.5-4 0.0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0

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: A business administration major...parents are Jim and Nancy Bobak.

80 CHRIS BROADNAX Wide Receiver | 6-2 | 225 | So. | Third Year Vacaville, Calif. Vanden HS 2011 Season: Appeared in nine games, starting two…played both receiver and tight end…finished the season with three receptions for 29 yards…caught two passes for 16 yards against Eastern Washington…had a season long grab of 13 yards against Northern Arizona. 2010 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt. 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-Sac-Joaquin 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: Majoring in business administration...parents are William Broadnax and Donna Wright.

BROADNAX’S CAREER STATS

year rec yds avg td lg avg/gm 2011 3 29 9.7 0 13 3.2

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JACOBY CARTER

Quarterback | 6-3 | 195 | Fr. | Second Year Auburn, Calif. Placer HS

Def. Back |  5-8 | 195 | Fr. | Second Year Fontana, Calif. Diamond Rach HS

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2011 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

2011 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

High School: A 2011 graduate of Placer HS in Auburn, Calif…threw for 1,050 yards as a senior while completing 55.0 percent of his pass attempts…finished the season 55-for-100 with nine touchdowns and three interceptions…passed for two touchdowns in three of his final four games…recorded 144 passing yards in the team’s win over Lincoln…as a junior, he was 78-for-132 (59.1 percent) for 1,917 yards…also had 15 touchdowns compared to seven picks…threw for a careerhigh 158 yards against Woodcreek and Capital Christian…had three touchdown passes against Colfax for his career best…team primarily ran the Wing-T offense.

High School: A 2011 graduate of Diamond Ranch HS in Pomona, Calif…named first team all-Hacienda League as a running back and defensive back following his senior season…tallied 53 tackles in 2010…recorded at least five tackles in all 10 games…as a running back, he rushed for 1,182 yards and 13 touchdowns on 80 attempts…was named all-Miramonte League as a defensive back as a sophomore and junior…also ran track, competing in the 100, 200, 4x100 and long jump.

Personal: Majoring in kinesiology…parents are Dave and Joanne Burnett.

DeANDRE CARTER

Personal: Majoring in criminal justice…parents are Stephen Carter and Roslyn Montgomery.

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Wide Receiver | 5-9 | 185 | So. | Second Year San Jose, Calif. Washington HS 2011 Season: Played in eight games as a true freshman at receiver…caught 12 passes for 161 yards and also rushed once for 14 yards…caught four passes for 32 yards against Eastern Washington…had a 39-yard grab against Northern Arizona…also returned eight kickoffs for an average of 21.25 yards per return… had a 48-yard kick return against UC Davis. High School: A 2011 graduate of Washington HS in Fremont, Calif…named third team all-state, first team all-East Bay and was the Mission Valley Athletic League Offensive Player of the Year as a senior…caught 69 passes for 1,093 yards and 15 touchdowns that season…also rushed for 380 yards and eight touchdowns… was called up to play quarterback in the team’s North Coast Section playoff game where he threw for 179 yards and two touchdowns…as a junior, he was named first team all-league at receiver and defensive back and was a second team selection as a kick returner. Personal: Majoring in communication studies and would like to pursue a career in sports broadcasting…parents are Andre Carter and Temille Cooley.

CARTER’S CAREER STATS

year rec yds avg td lg avg/gm rush yds td 2011 12 161 13.4 0 39 20.1 1 14 0

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NATHAN 97 CASTRO

90 BEN COWGER

Def. Line | 6-0 | 310 | So. | Second Year San Diego, Calif. Mira Mesa HS

Def. End |  6-5 | 240 | So. | Third Year Madera, Calif. Liberty HS

2011 Season: Played in nine games on the interior of the defensive line as a true freshman…ended the year with eight tackles, including four solos…had two stops against Northern Colorado and Portland State…recorded three tackles-for-loss for a combined six yards. High School: A 2011 graduate of Mira Mesa HS in San Diego…as a senior, he was the Eastern League Defensive Player of the Year and a first team allSan Diego Section selection…recorded 110 tackles, including 83 stops…had 10-plus tackles in three games…season high was 13 against Dorsey…also had 10 against Scripps Ranch and Grossmont…tallied five sacks for a combined 39 yards. Personal: Has yet to declare a major…parents are Roy and Annette Castro.

CASTRO’S CAREER STATS

year un-ast tot tfl-yds sack-yds pbu int-yds ff fr-yds 2011 4-4 8 3.0-6 0.0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0

ASHTON 88 COLLINS Wide Receiver | 5-10 | 170 | So. | Second Year Berkeley, Calif. Berkeley HS 2011 Season: Was a member of the team but did not appear in a game. 2010 Season: Attended Sacramento State and joined the program in the spring of 2011…used his redshirt season during the fall. High School: A 2010 graduate of Berkeley HS…played receiver and defensive back for the Yellowjackets…helped lead the team to a 10-2 overall record and berth into the North Coast Section playoffs…was a high school teammate of fellow Hornet receiver Morris Norrise. Personal: Majoring in business administration..mother is Monica Collins.

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2011 Season: Played in 10 of the team’s 11 games…recorded seven tackles, including two for loss during his first active season…scored a touchdown against UC Davis after sacking the quarterback and recovering the fumble in the end zone…made two stops against Oregon State and Northern Colorado…also had two pass break-ups at OSU. 2010 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt. 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 all-league 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 all-NSL 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: Has yet to declare a major...parents are Andy and Angela Cowger... became the first Liberty High School student-athlete to earn a Div. I scholarship.

COWGER’S CAREER STATS

year un-ast tot tfl-yds sack-yds pbu int-yds ff fr-yds 2011 1-6 7 2.0-14 1.0-12 2 0-0 1 1-0

JUSTIN COX

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Wide Receiver | 6-2 | 175 | Fr. | Second Year Lodi, Calif. St. Mary’s HS 2011 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt. High School: A 2011 graduate of St. Mary’s HS in Stockton, Calif…was named third team all-state as a senior…also earned first team all-area honors from the Stockton Record and was a first team all-Tri-City Athletic League selection…caught 54 passes for 1,133 yards and 13 touchdowns…hauled in at least one touchdown in each of his final eight games…grabbed eight passes for a season-best 184 yards against Central Catholic…against Granite Bay, he caught three touchdowns and also returned a punt 77 yards for a TD…during the year, he also threw for a touchdown, rushed for another and averaged 10.4 yards per punt return…played three seasons of varsity football in which the team posted a combined 34-6 overall record and was undefeated in the TCAL…was a member of the Sac-Joaquin Section championship team in 2008…finished his career with 103 receptions for 1,853 yards and 18 touchdowns…also played basketball and track for the Rams. Personal: Has yet to declare a major…parents are Michael and Wanda Cox.

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TODD DAVIS

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Linebacker | 6-1 | 230 | Jr. | Third Year Palmdale, Calif. Paraclete HS

75 CLAY DePAUW Off. Line | 6-3 | 290 | Sr. | Fifth Year Crows Landing, Calif. Central Catholic HS

2011 Season: Earned honorable mention all-Big Sky honors at linebacker…led the team with 96 total tackles, comprised of 47 solos and 49 assisted tackles… started all 11 games at outside linebacker…had six games with double figure tackles, including three of the final four games of the year…highest output came against Oregon State where he had 12 (six solo)…earned Big Sky Player of the Week honors after helping the Hornets to a 14-0 win at Northern Colorado… against the Bears, he made 10 tackles, including 2.5 for loss, and forced two fumbles while leading Sacramento State to its first shutout since 1994…had 11 tackles against Montana and recorded 10 stops against Northern Arizona, Idaho State and UC Davis…intercepted a pass against Eastern Washington

2011 Season: Earned the start in all 11 games at left guard…extended his consecutive start streak to 22 games…helped pave the way for a rushing attack which averaged 164.5 yards per game.

2010 Season: Played in all 11 games as a true freshman…tallied 21 total tackles, including 11 solos…had four stops against Western Oregon, Montana State and Portland State for his season high…had a 3-yard tackle-for-loss against MSU.

2008 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

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.

2010 Season: Started all 11 games at left guard…was part of a line which allowed just 16 sacks…team rushed for 170.4 yards per game…made a tackle at Idaho State. 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.

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: A communication studies major…parents are Ron and Susan DePauw.

Personal: A business administration major...parents are Todd and Karen Davis.

DAVIS’ CAREER STATS year 2010 2011 totals

un-ast tot tfl-yds sack-yds pbu int-yds ff fr-yds 11-10 21 1.0-3 0.0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 47-49 96 5.5-17 1.0-8 0 1-1 2 0-0 58-59 117 6.5-20 1.0-8 0 1-1 2 0-0

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TRENT ESKEW

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Def. Line | 6-3 | 245 | Jr. | Third Year Bakersfield, Calif. Liberty HS 2011 Season: Appeared in all 11 games on the defensive line…recorded 11 tackles, including four solos…was credited with a tackle in seven games…had two stops against Southern Utah, Weber State, Eastern Washington and UC Davis… shared a sack against EWU…had a pair of quarterback hurries during the year. 2010 Season: Played in nine games during his first season with the team…compiled four total tackles, including 1.5 for loss and 1.0 sacks…was credited with a 12-yard sack in the victory over Portland State…had one tackle in four games. 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: A business administration major…parents are Derek and Sharlene Eskew.

ESKEW’S CAREER STATS

year un-ast tot tfl-yds sack-yds pbu int-yds ff fr-yds 2010 1-3 4 1.5-13 1.0-12 0 0-0 0 0-0 2011 4-7 11 0.5-1 0.5-1 0 0-0 0 0-0 totals 5-10 15 2.0-14 1.5-13 0 0-0 0 0-0

48 HENRY FERNANDEZ Linebacker | 5-11 | 215 | Jr. | Third Year Oxnard, Calif. Oxnard HS 2011 Season: Played in all 11 games, seeing time at linebacker as well as on special teams…finished the season with 33 total tackles, including three for loss… set a career high with seven tackles at Weber State…had five stops at Montana State and against UC Davis…also had a pair of tackles-for-loss against the Aggies. 2010 Season: Appeared in nine games, mostly on special teams, as a true freshman…recorded seven total tackles…returned a block punt 23 yards for a touchdown at Eastern Washington…tallied three stops at Montana State for his season high. 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. Personal: Majoring in kinesiology...parents are Anahi Tovar and Bobby Valenzuela.

FERNANDEZ’S CAREER STATS

year un-ast tot tfl-yds sack-yds pbu int-yds ff fr-yds 2010 2-5 7 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 2011 17-16 33 3.0-10 1.0-5 1 0-0 1 0-0 totals 19-21 40 3.0-10 1.0-5 1 0-0 1 0-0

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AARON GASPER

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Off. Line | 6-1 | 290 | Sr. | Fifth Year San Leandro, Calif. Bishop O’Dowd HS

DEVIN HARDY

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Wide Receiver | 6-2 | 190 | Fr. | Second Year Brentwood, Calif. Heritage HS

2011 Season: Played in two games as a reserve on the offensive line.

2011 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

2010 Season: Appeared in five games, starting one on the offensive line…earned the start at left guard in the win at Northern Arizona…team was 4-1 in games that he played.

High School: A 2009 graduate of Heritage HS in Brentwood, Calif…caught 13 passes for 336 yards as a senior in seven games…caught two passes for 109 yards against Pittsburg…that total included a season-high 61-yarder.

2010 Season: Appeared in five games, starting one on the offensive line…earned the start at left guard in the win at Northern Arizona…team was 4-1 in games that he played.

Personal: Majoring in kinesiology…parents are Lori and David Jones.

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: A criminal justice major…parents are Art and Roxanne Gasper.

76 LARS HANSON Off. Line | 6-7 | 270 | Fr. | Second Year Bermuda Dunes, Calif. Palm Desert HS 2011 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt. 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.

15 SHANE HARRISON Wide Receiver | 6-2 | 200 | Fr. | Second Year Chatsworth, Calif. Sierra Canyon HS 2011 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt. High School: A 2011 graduate of Sierra Canyon HS in Chatsworth, Calif…earned first team all-Southern Section East Valley honors as a senior…also garnered second team all-area and first team all-Alpha League accolades…caught 75 passes for 1,229 yards and 21 touchdowns that year…also rushed nine times for 139 yards and two TDs and had 101 tackles on defense…recorded six games with at least 100 receiving yards and caught a touchdown in 11 of 13 games… caught eight passes for 157 yards and three TDs against Kilpatrick for his season highs…also had three touchdown receptions against Montclair Prep…had two or more receiving TDs in eight games…defensively, he had at least nine tackles in eight games…tallied a season-high 12 stops against Poly…also served as the team’s punter and kick returner…was named the Alpha League Offensive Player of the Year as a senior…voted as the MVP of the Sports Scholarship USA All-Star game which pitted players from the Southern Section against the City Section… had four catches for 143 yards and a TD in that game. Personal: Majoring in business administration…son of Anthony and Janis Harrison.

Personal: Majoring in communication studies...parents are Craig and Susan Hanson.

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SMITH HEATH

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Punter | 6-2 | 195 | So. | Second Year Chico, Calif. Pleasant Valley HS 2011 Season: Played in three games as a punter…averaged 33.3 yards per punt on 16 attempts…had a long of 42 yards at Portland State…pinned four of his 16 punts inside the 20-yard line and did not have a touchback. High School: A 2011 graduate of Pleasant Valley HS in Chico, Calif…averaged 40.79 yards per punt as a senior with 22 kicks inside the 20-yard line…had three punts of at least 50 yards, including a season-best 54-yarder against Enterprise… was named second team all-state by CalHiSports.com as a junior and senior…also earned first team all-Northern Section and first team all-Eastern Athletic League that same season…was ranked as the top punter in California by Chris Sailer… was a four-time all-EAL academic selection. Personal: Majoring in business administration…parents are Fred and Julie Heath… father played football at Cal Poly Pomona and Colorado…brother, Augie, was a punter for the Hornets from 2009-11.

HEATH’S CAREER STATS

year punts yds avg blkd 2011 16 533 33.3 0

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TREVOR KELLY

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Def. Line | 6-2 | 295 | Fr. | Second Year South San Francisco, Calif. El Camino HS 2011 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt. High School: A 2001 graduate of El Camino HS in South San Francisco…named the Peninsula Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Year as a senior… played on both the offensive and defensive lines and earned all-league honors on both sides…was the Central Coast Section wrestling champion in the 285-pound division as a senior…won all of his CCS wrestling matches by pin…also played baseball for the Colts where he earned all-PAL honors…was named the school athlete of the year as a senior.

MANASA 40 KIKAU Def. Back |  5-10 | 200 | Sr. | Second Year Sacramento, Calif. Rio Americano HS | American River JC 2011 Season: Played in four games as a defensive back…did not record a tackle. Prior to Sacramento State: Played two seasons at American River College in Sacramento under head coach, and former Hornet, Jerry Haflich…was selected to the all-Mid Empire Conference first team as a safety in 2010…tallied 47 total tackles, including 26 solos, in 10 games…also had five tackles-for-loss and a pair of interceptions…helped the Beavers to the Mid Empire championship and a victory in the Central Division Bowl game. High School: A 2009 graduate of Rio Americano HS in Sacramento…recorded 35 tackles as a senior for the Raiders…recorded a season-high eight stops against Woodland…had at least four tackles in four games…recorded three interceptions and had seven pass breakups…also spent some time as a punt and kick returner. Personal: Majoring in communication studies…parents are Manasa and Mari Kikau.

SPENCER 66 KLEW Off. Line | 6-2 | 240 | Fr. | Second Year Napa, Calif. Napa HS 2011 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt. High School: Graduated from Napa HS in 2011…named the Lineman of the Year by the Napa Valley Register…also earned first team all-Monticello Empire League honors…helped the team to a 10-2 overall record and berth into the Sac-Joaquin Section playoffs as a senior. Personal: Majoring in chemistry…parents are Ken and Georgeann Klew.

Personal: Majoring in civil engineering…son of Michele Kelly…brother, Devin, is a catcher for the Western Kentucky baseball team.

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17 T.J. KNOWLES

62 MATT LAWRENCE

Wide Receiver | 6-7 | 245 | Sr. | Second Year Las Vegas, Nev. Coronado HS | Saddleback JC | South Florida

Def. Line | 5-10 | 265 | Sr. | Fifth Year Patterson, Calif. Central Catholic HS

2011 Season: Played in five games as a receiver and tight end…caught one pass for a 22-yard gain against Idaho State…also caught a two-point conversion against the Bengals. Prior to Sacramento State: Played his sophomore season at South Florida in 2010…appeared in nine games for the Bulls…made three catches for 13 total yards…played the 2009 season at Saddleback JC in Mission Viejo, Calif…earned all-conference honors at wide receiver…finished the year with 49 receptions for 927 yards and seven touchdowns…began his collegiate career at West Texas A&M where he redshirted in 2008. High School: A 2008 graduate of Coronado HS in Las Vegas…named first team all-state, all-region, all-conference and all-division as a senior…combined to catch 1,617 yards and 25 touchdowns in his junior and senior seasons…also played three seasons of varsity basketball…graduated with honors. Personal: Majoring in economics…parents are Tim and Beth Knowles.

KNOWLES’ CAREER STATS

year rec yds avg td lg avg/gm 2011 1 22 22.0 0 22 4.4

JOSH LATHAM

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Def. Line | 6-2 | 240 | Fr. | Second Year Redding, Calif. Foothill HS 2011 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt. High School: A 2011 graduate of Foothill HS in Palo Cedro, Calif…earned first team all-Northern Section and first team all-Eastern League honors…registered 84 tackles as a senior, including 36 solo tackles…also had six sacks and forced three fumbles…helped lead the team to a 10-2 overall record and a berth into the Northern Section Div. I championship game.

2011 Season: Started all 11 games at nose tackle…recorded 32 total tackles with 15 solos…had five tackles-for-loss and a sack amongst his total…had a tackle in all 11 games…tallied six stops in the victory over Montana for a career high… was credited for his first career sack at Portland State where he dropped the QB for a 9-yard loss. 2010 Season: Appeared in all 11 games, starting eight at defensive tackle…tallied 20 total tackles, including 10 solos…set a then-career high with five tackles at Montana…had four stops against Western Oregon…made two tackles-for-loss against Montana State. 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: A communication studies 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 2010 10-10 20 4.5-7 0.0-0 1 0-0 0 1-0 2011 15-17 32 5.0-16 1.0-9 0 0-0 0 1-0 totals 28-31 59 9.5-23 1.0-9 1 0-0 0 2-0

Personal: Majoring in criminal justice…parents are Blake and Michelle Proctor.

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DJ MACIEL

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Tight End | 6-4 | 255 | Jr. | Fourth Year Hanford, Calif. Hanford HS

DEVONTE 72 MARTIN Def. Line | 6-2 | 375 | So. | Third Year Fresno, Calif. Fresno HS

2012 Season: Appeared in 10 games, starting the final seven at tight end…caught six passes for 53 yards with two touchdowns…grabbed two passes for 17 yards and a score against Eastern Washington…also caught a TD against Idaho State… longest reception was 20 yards at Montana State.

Moved to the defensive line during the spring after being part of the offensive line the past two seasons.

2010 Season: Played in the final seven games of the season…caught four passes for 38 yards and a touchdown…first collegiate reception was a 5-yard TD against Montana State…caught three passes for 33 yards in the win at Idaho State.

2010 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

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: Majoring in sociology…parents are Dustin and Theresa Maciel.

MACIEL’S CAREER STATS year rec 2010 4 2011 6 totals 10

yds avg 38 9.5 53 8.8 91 9.1

td lg avg/gm 1 13 5.4 2 20 5.3 3 20 5.4

2011 Season: Played in 10 games as a reserve guard and on special teams.

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. Personal: Majoring in sociology...mother is Melissa Martin.

NICHOLAS 49 MAZZA Def. Line | 6-3 | 250 | Fr. | Second Year Concord, Calif. Clayton Valley HS 2011 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt. High School: A 2011 graduate of Clayton Valley HS in Concord, Calif…earned all-Diablo Valley Athletic League honors as a defensive and offensive lineman… was named to the East Bay all-star team…totalled 108 tackles as a senior, including 66 solos…finished the year with four sacks…was credited with 10-plus tackles in seven games and had at least five stops in all 12 contests…posted a season-high 13 tackles against Fremont. Personal: Majoring in criminal justice…son of Bob Mazza.

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24 SAM McCOWAN

6 RYAN McMAHON

Running Back | 5-7 | 175 | Sr. | Fourth Year Oxnard, Calif. Oxnard HS

Def. Back |  6-0 | 200 | Sr. | Second Year LaVerne, Calif. Damien HS | USC

2011 Season: Extended his playing streak to 33 consecutive games after playing in all 11…started a pair of games at running back and also played on special teams… carried the ball 53 times for 307 yards and a touchdown…also caught seven passes for 54 yards and a score…scored on a 42-yard touchdown run against Montana…highest yardage total of the year came against Eastern Washington where he rushed for 80 yards on four carries…caught his first career TD pass against Northern Arizona…averaged 21.5 yards per kick return on six attempts. 2010 Season: Appeared in all 11 games at running back and on special teams… rushed for 211 yards on 45 attempts…highest output came against Weber State where he rushed for 59 yards…had a long of 21 yards against the Wildcats… also caught eight passes for 57 yards during the season…had a 35-yard reception against Portland State…led the team with 24 kick returns for 498 yards…had a 38-yard return against Montana State for his season best…was credited for six tackles on special teams. 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.

2011 Season: Ranked second on the team with 86 total tackles…his 47 solo tackles were tied with Todd Davis for the team lead…tallied 3.5 tackles-for-loss, including a sack…also had five pass break-ups and blocked a punt…had at least four tackles in every game…recorded nine or more tackles in each of the first five games…had 12 tackles in the win over Montana and 10 stops at Oregon State and at Montana State. Prior to Sacramento State: Was a member of the USC football team for three seasons (2008-10)…played during the 2008 and 2009 seasons while redshirting in 2010…as a sophomore, he appeared in all 13 of the Trojans’ games and recorded nine tackles…led the team in special teams tackles. High School: A 2008 graduate of Damien HS in LaVerne, Calif…recorded 77 tackles as senior while also rushing for 257 yards and seven touchdowns…had at least eight tackles in seven of the team’s 10 games…tallied 10 stops against Poly, Glendora and Chino…also had a pair of interceptions and forced a fumble… played both receiver and running back on offense…caught 11 passes for 168 yards and a TD…returned a kickoff 94 yards for a TD against Poly and had a 95-yard return for a score against Los Altos. Personal: Majoring in communication studies…parents are Patrick and Sandy McMahon.

McMAHON’S CAREER STATS

year un-ast tot tfl-yds sack-yds pbu int-yds ff fr-yds 2011 47-39 86 3.5-14 1.0-8 5 0-0 0 0-0

Personal: Majoring in sociology…son of Latrice James.

McCOWAN’S CAREER STATS year att yds avg 2009 83 344 4.1 2010 45 211 4.7 2011 53 307 5.8 totals 181 862 4.8

td lg avg/gm rec yds td 4 37 31.3 11 80 0 0 21 19.2 8 57 0 1 43 27.9 7 54 1 5 43 26.1 26 191 1

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MILANOVIC

MORRIS 13 NORRISE

Off. Line | 6-7 | 290 | Fr. | Second Year Vienna, Austria Camillo Sitte

Wide Receiver | 5-11 | 180 | Jr. | Fourth Year Berkeley, Calif. Berkeley HS

2011 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Prior to Sacramento State: Played seven seasons with the Vienna Vikings in the Austrian Football League…started at tackle during his last four seasons…played for the senior team in 2009 and 2010 where he was the starting right tackle… named to the all-star team at the 2008 European Junior Championships…also competed in the Team World vs. Team USA U-19 game in Austin, Texas, in 2011. Personal: Majoring in civil engineering…attended Camillo Sitte for his secondary schooling…parents are Zeljko and Natasa Milanovic.

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Tight End | 6-2 | 250 | Fr. | Second Year San Lorenzo, Calif. San Lorenzo HS 2011 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt. High School: Graduated from San Lorenzo HS in 2011…earned all-Hayward Area Athletic League honors as a senior…caught 18 passes for 400 yards and five touchdowns…hauled in a career-high five passes for 90 yards and two TDs against Alameda…amassed 103 yards on three grabs, including a 65-yarder against Hayward…defensively, he had 36 total tackles, including two sacks, as a defensive end…also intercepted a pass…played four years of football and basketball for the Rebels. Personal: Has yet to declare a major…parents are Henry Mosi and Aikalernini Tsironi.

2011 Season: Earned honorable mention all-Big Sky accolades for the second straight season…led the team with 38 receptions and ranked second with 471 yards…appeared in 10 of the team’s 11 games, starting eight…caught seven passes for a career high 127 yards at Weber State…followed that effort with six grabs for 96 in the victory over Montana…also had six catches in the win at Oregon State and at Portland State…threw a 39-yard touchdown pass to Brandyn Reed to help the Hornets upset Oregon State in the season opener. 2010 Season: Was an honorable mention all-Big Sky selection…ranked second on the team with 35 receptions for 532 yards…led the squad with eight receiving touchdowns…caught three passes for 76 yards and three touchdowns against Montana State…also had two TDs at Northern Arizona to go along with eight grabs for 97 yards…rushed for 11 yards on two carries against NAU to give him 108 all-purpose yards…caught five passes at Eastern Washington and Idaho State for his second highest total…had one TD against Weber State, Northern Colorado and Portland State…his 80-yard TD catch against NC was the longest by a Hornet since 2000…completed both of his pass attempts for a total of 33 yards…threw a 17-yard touchdown pass at Idaho State…finished the year with four rushes for 17 yards…also had one tackle. 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: Majoring in communication studies…parents are Morris Norrise and Kimberly Dutye.

NORRISE’S CAREER STATS year 2010 2011 totals

rec yds avg 35 532 15.2 38 471 12.4 73 1,003 13.7

td 8 0 8

lg avg/gm 80 48.4 41 47.1 80 47.8

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OSAGIE ODIASE

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Def. Back | 6-1 | 180 | Jr. | Fourth Year Santa Fe Springs, Calif. St. Paul HS 2011 Season: Started all seven games in which he appeared…finished the season with 41 total tackles and tied for the team lead with a pair of interceptions…stopped Oregon State’s opening drive of the game with an interception…also had a pick against UC Davis…was credited with six pass breakups…recorded nine tackles against Idaho State and had eight against UC Davis and at Southern Utah…forced a fumble near the goal line at Northern Colorado which led to a Hornet touchdown. 2010 Season: Appeared in all 11 games as a freshman, starting eight at cornerback…compiled 44 total tackles and tied for the team high with a pair of interceptions…tackle total was comprised of 28 solos and 16 assists…also had one sack and 3.5 tackles-for-loss…had interceptions in back-to-back games against Northern Colorado and Eastern Washington…also had five pass breakups… highest tackle performance was seven at Montana…was credited with six stops against Montana State and Portland State.

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. Personal: A sociology major…parents are Osa Odiase and Andrea Cleveland.

ODIASE’S CAREER STATS year 2010 2011 totals

un-ast tot tfl-yds sack-yds pbu int-yds ff fr-yds 28-16 44 3.5-9 1.0-3 5 2-5 0 0-0 25-16 41 2.5-6 0.0-0 6 2-10 1 0-0 53-32 85 6.0-15 1.0-3 11 4-15 1 0-0

NICHOLAS 20 PAYNE Def. Back |  6-1 | 175 | Fr. | Second Year San Diego, Calif. Mira Mesa HS 2011 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt. High School: A 2011 graduate of Mira Mesa HS in San Diego…named first team all-Eastern League as a cornerback in 2010…recorded 77 tackles, including 55 unassisted…also had three interceptions and seven pass breakups…helped lead the team to a pair of Eastern League titles…was a member of the track team which won the league title in the 4x400 relay. Personal: Majoring in communication studies…parents are Caesar and LaDon Payne.

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RANDEY 23 PETERSON

GARRETT 12 SAFRON

Def. Back | 6-0 | 195 | Jr. | Third Year Vacaville, Calif. Vanden HS

Quarterback |  6-1 | 195 | So. | Third Year Santa Monica, Calif. Santa Monica HS

2011 Season: Appeared in nine games at linebacker and on special teams… tallied three tackles, including a pair of solos…was credited with two tackles at Weber State. 2010 Season: Played in nine games at linebacker and on special teams as a true freshman…was credited with six total tackles, including five solos…scored a touchdown against Northern Colorado after recovering a blocked punt and returning it for a 3-yard TD…blocked a punt at Eastern Washington which led to a Hornet touchdown. High School: A 2010 graduate of Vanden HS in Vacaville, Calif...was a twostar 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. Personal: Majoring in criminal justice...parents are Leo and Nicole Peterson... originally from Panama City, Fla.

PETERSON’S CAREER STATS

year un-ast tot tfl-yds sack-yds pbu int-yds ff fr-yds 2010 5-1 6 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 2011 2-1 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 totals 7-2 9 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0

2011 Season: Played in five games at quarterback during his first season…after senior starter Jeff Fleming was injured, Safron shared the duties with Tommy Edwards and eventually won the job…completed 24-of-57 pass attempts for 394 yards and three touchdowns without an interception…also rushed for 286 yards and three touchdowns on 53 attempts…rushed for 100 yards and a TD against Eastern Washington in his first collegiate game…tallied 94 rushing yards against UC Davis where he also threw for a career high 155 yards. 2010 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt. High School: Graduated from Santa Monica HS in 2010…earned first team all-Ocean League honors as a senior…threw for 2,065 yards and 17 TDs while completing 57.0 percent of his passes…had just one interception in his final nine games compared to 14 TDs…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 TDs. Personal: A communication studies major…mother is Elizabeth Safron.

SAFRON’S CAREER STATS

year comp-att yds int td lg effic rush-yds td lg 2011 24-57 394 0 3 48 117.54 53-286 3 34

81 BLAKE ROBERTSON Wide Receiver | 6-2 | 170 | Fr. | Second Year Corona, Calif. Corona HS 2011 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

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High School: Graduated from Corona HS in 2011…was tabbed to the all-Big VIII first team and was an honorable mention all-Inland Empire choice…caught 45 passes for 764 yards and 10 touchdowns in 11 games…totalled 129 yards and three touchdowns against Mission Viejo and had 149 yards and a TD against Santiago…also played defensive back where he tallied 26 tackles and two interceptions. Personal: Has yet to declare a major…parents are Doug and Leslie Robertson.

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74 DEREK STICKNEY Off. Line | 6-6 | 280 | So. | Third Year Placentia, Calif. El Dorado HS 2011 Season: Appeared in 10 of the team’s 11 games on the offensive line… earned the start at right tackle for the final eight games of the year…the offense rushed for 164.5 yards per game during the year. 2010 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt. 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.

79 DAN STORNAIUOLO Off. Line | 6-5 | 310 | Fr. | Second Year San Francisco, Calif. Sacred Heart HS 2011 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt. High School: A 2011 graduate of Sacred Heart Cathedral in San Francisco… was a two-time all-West Catholic League selection as an offensive lineman… earned all-Central Coast Section and all-city honors as a senior. Personal: Has yet to declare a major…parents are Angelo and Gabrielle Stornaiuolo.

Personal: Majoring in criminal justice...parents are Ron and Cindy Stickney.

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22 COREY VANDERBEEK Def. Back | 5-9 | 175 | Jr. | Fourth Year Granite Bay, Calif. Granite Bay HS 2011 Season: Appeared in all 11 games as a reserve defensive back and on special teams…tallied three tackles during the year…continued to be one of the top special teams players on the team and was a constant threat to block a punt. 2010 Season: Played in all 11 games, mostly on special teams…established himself as one of the top special teams players on the team…blocked a punt against Northern Colorado and returned it 16 yards…was also pivotal in helping the team block five punts during the season…was credited with three tackles during the year, including two at Northern Arizona. 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: Majoring in business administration…parents are Scott and Camie Vanderbeek…brother, Jared, was a defensive back for Sacramento State (200708) and is currently an assistant at Hawaii.

VANDERBEEK’S CAREER STATS

year un-ast tot tfl-yds sack-yds pbu int-yds ff fr-yds 2010 2-1 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 2011 1-2 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 totals 3-3 6 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0

VINCE WEAVER

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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: A psychology major…parents are Tom and Vivian Weaver…sister, Elaine, is a thrower on the Hornet track & field team.

AVERY WHITE

Def. Line | 6-1 | 245 | Sr. | Fifth Year Manteca, Calif. Sierra HS 2011 Season: Returned from a near career-ending knee injury to play in six games…was credited with one tackle during the season. 2010 Season: Played in the first game of the season at Stanford on the defensive line…recorded one tackle against the Cardinal before injuring his knee on kick coverage…missed the remainder of the year. 2009 Season: Appeared in 10 of the 11 games…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…his three sacks came against UNLV, Idaho State and Northern Colorado. 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…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. Personal: 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 2010 1-0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 2011 0-1 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 totals 15-12 27 5.5-33 3.0-23 0 0-0 0 0-0

Off. Line | 6-5 | 295 | Sr. | Fifth Year Petaluma, Calif. Casa Grande HS 2011 Season: Played in nine games at offensive tackle…earned the start in the firs three games of the year.

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2010 Season: Appeared in nine games as a reserve offensive lineman…played both tackle and guard during the year. 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

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73 TYLER WORTHLEY

Def. Back | 5-8 | 180 | Jr. | Fourth Year Vacaville, Calif. Vacaville HS

Off. Line | 6-4 | 320 | Jr. | Fourth Year Dublin, Calif. Dublin HS

2011 Season: Played in all 11 games as a nickel back and on special teams… returned a blocked punt 30 yards for a touchdown in the victory over Montana… finished the season with nine total tackles, including five solos…had four tackles against Northern Arizona and three at Oregon State…also recorded a sack against NAU.

2011 Season: Extended his consecutive starts streak to 22 games after earning the nod in all 11 games at right guard.

2010 Season: Appeared in all 11 games during his first active season with the team…earned the start at Montana…tallied 10 tackles, including six solos…had three stops against Weber State and Idaho State for his season high…forced a fumble at Idaho State.

2009 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

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…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.

2010 Season: Started all 11 games at right guard as a redshirt freshman…was part of an offensive line which led the way for 170.4 rushing yards per game.

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: Majoring in sociology…parents are Mike and Sharon Worthley.

Personal: Majoring in sociology…mother is Fayina Johnson.

WILLIAMS’ CAREER STATS

year un-ast tot tfl-yds sack-yds pbu int-yds ff fr-yds 2010 6-4 10 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 1 0-0 2011 5-4 9 1.0-5 1.0-5 0 0-0 0 0-0 totals 11-8 19 1.0-5 1.0-5 0 0-0 0 0-0

77 DYLAN WOODFILL Off. Line | 6-4 | 290 | So. | Second Year Wilton, Calif. Pleasant Grove HS 2011 Season: Attended Sacramento State but was not part of the football team. 2010 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt. 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: A communication studies major…parents are Steve and Pattie Woodfill.

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Off. Line | 6-3 | 265 | So. | First Year Elk Grove, Calif. Clayton Valley HS | American River JC Prior to Sacramento State: Played his freshman season at American River JC in Sacramento where he started at tackle…helped the Beavers to one of their most successful seasons in school history as the team finished 11-0 en route to winning the Mid-Empire Conference Central Division as well as the Capital City Bowl. High School: A 2011 graduate from Monterey Trail HS in Elk Grove… played on the offensive and defensive lines for the Mustangs…was credited with 32 tackles as a senior…earned all-Delta Valley League honors as a senior. Personal: Has yet to declare a major…mother is Lovely Robinson.

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MASON MAGLEBY Quarterback |  6-2 | 205 | Jr. | First Year Loomis, Calif. Del Oro HS | Nevada

Prior to Sacramento State: Played his freshman and sophomore seasons at Nevada…also redshirted in 2009…in 2011, he completed 10-of-11 passes for 109 yards and four touchdowns without an interception…was 4-for-4 for 73 yards and a TD against Boise State…saw action in two games in 2010…had a 31-yard carry against Idaho…also made a tackle while playing on special teams against New Mexico State. High School: A 2009 graduate of Del Oro HS in Loomis, Calif…lettered in football, basketball and baseball for the Golden Eagles…helped lead Del Oro to three Sierra Foothill League titles in football…as a senior, he earned first team all-SFL honors after throwing for 1,900 yards and rushing for 700…was the MVP of the Under Armour Camp…also earned all-metro honors in baseball as a pitcher…was a two-time all-SFL baseball choice…was drafted by the Baltimore Orioles in the 2009 MLB Amateur Draft. Personal: Majoring in communication studies…parents are Corey and Jenny Magleby.

A.J. ELLIS

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Running Back | 5-11 | 200 | Sr. | First Year San Jose, Calif. Andrew Hill HS | Fresno State Prior to Sacramento State: Played his first three collegiate seasons at Fresno State…as a sophomore in 2010, he rushed for 281 yards in seven games…biggest performance came against Utah State where he rushed for 165 yards and three touchdowns…missed parts of three seasons due to injuries. High School: A 2008 graduate of Andrew Hill HS in San Jose, Calif…rushed for 1,527 yards and scored 26 touchdowns as a senior…averaged 9.73 yards per carry and over 12 yards per reception…rushed for a career high 244 yards against Yerba Buena, including an 86-yard touchdown…made 43 tackles and intercepted two passes as a cornerback…lettered in football all four years and was the team captain as a senior.

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R.J. MELGAR

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Off. Line | 6-0 | 260 | Jr. | First Year Sherman Oaks, Calif. Crespi HS | LA Valley JC Prior to Sacramento State: Played two seasons at LA Valley JC…named second team all-American Pacific Conference as a freshman offensive lineman. High School: A 2009 graduate of Crespi HS in Encino, Calif…was a two-time all-Sierra League honoree…played on both the offensive and defensive lines… recorded 10 tackles as a senior. Personal: Majoring in economics…father is Jose Melgar.

Personal: Earned his bachelor’s degree in philosophy from Fresno State and is pursuing a master’s in educational leadership at Sacramento State…mother is Audrey Ellis and Grace Sanchez is his guardian.

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ANTHONY 30 PAYNE

JAYCEE TOTTY

Def. Back | 6-1 | 175 | Fr. | First Year San Diego, Calif. Mira Mesa HS

Def. Line | 6-3 | 260 | So. | First Year Exeter, Calif. Exeter Union HS| College of the Sequoias JC

Originally committed to Sacramento State in the spring of 2011…did not enroll at the University until the spring semester of 2012. High School: A 2011 graduate of Mira Mesa HS in San Diego…earned first team all-Eastern League honors in 2010 as a receiver and was a second team selection at cornerback…helped lead the team to a pair of league titles during his career… tallied 84 tackles during his senior season, including 63 solos…had at least five tackles in 11 of the team’s 12 games, including a season high 11 against Grossmont in the section playoffs…also had seven interceptions and 13 pass breakups… was a member of the track team which won the league title in the 4x400 relay. Personal: Plans to major in communication studies…twin brother, Nicholas, is also a member of the Hornet team…parents are Caesar and LaDon Payne

Prior to Sacramento State: Played one season at College of the Sequoias in Visalia, Calif…earned all-North Division Valley Conference honors as a sophomore…totaled 35 tackles, including seven for loss…also had two interceptions and forced a fumble…biggest game came against Fresno City where he had 10 tackles, returned an interception 40 yards and forced a fumble. High School: Graduated from Exeter Union HS in 2010…played varsity football, basketball and baseball…as a senior, he was named second team all-state, allcounty and all-Central Sequoia League honors…helped lead the team to a share of the CSL title with a 9-2 record while starting at middle linebacker…finished the season with 167 tackles, including 13 sacks…on offense, he had 700 receiving yards and over 900 rushing yards that same season. Personal: Has yet to declare a major…parents are Darin Totty and Armastalia Speck.

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45 JUSTIN WELDON

Off. Line | 6-2 | 290 | Fr. | First Year Homer Glen, Ill. Lockport Township HS

Punter |  6-4 | 215 | Jr. | First Year Madera, Calif. Liberty HS| Fresno City JC

Committed to Nebraska Omaha in the spring of 2011 but the football program was terminated shortly after…transferred to Sacramento State in the fall of 2011 but did not play football…will be reunited with offensive line coach Conor Riley who weld the same position at UNO.

Prior to Sacramento State: Played two seasons at Fresno City JC…earned allNorthern California and all-Region I honors as a sophomore punter for the Rams…averaged 40.3 yards per punt on 41 attempts…placed 25 punts inside the 20-yard line with only one touchback…had seven punts of at least 50 yards.

High School: A 2011 graduate from Lockport Township HS in Lockport, Ill… was named all-league as a senior and helped the team to a pair of postseason berths…also wrestled in high school.

High School: A 2010 graduate of Liberty HS in Madera, Calif…earned first team all-North Sequoia League honors as a punter and was honorable mention at wide receiver…attended the same high school as fellow Hornet Ben Cowger.

Personal: Has yet to declare a major…parents are Bernie and Jackie Sawickis.

Personal: Majoring in communication studies…parents are Mark and Jan Weldon.

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TYLER AMICK

DE’JON EDGAR CASTANEDA 58 COLEMAN 9 Kicker | 5-9 | 175 | So. Alameda, Calif. | CC of San Francisco

Running Back |  5-9 | 175 | Fr. Van Nuys, Calif. | Arleta HS

High School: A 2012 graduate of Granada HS in Livermore, Calif…played in just three games as a senior, catching 15 passes for 201 yards and three touchdowns…opened the year with an 11-catch, 156-yard, two touchdown performance against Heritage…as a junior, he earned second team all-East Bay Athletic League honors…hauled in 54 passes for 745 yards and three TDs…caught at least two passes in each of the team’s 13 games.

Prior to Sacramento State: Played at City College of San Francisco for two seasons…helped the Rams win the JC national title in 2011…that season, he led the team in scoring with 93 points…made 12of-17 field goal attempts and was 57-of-63 on extra points…was a perfect 6-for-6 on field goal attempts inside 30 yards and was 10-of-12 within 40 yards… as a junior, he was 6-of-10 on field goals with a long of 44 yards…made all 56 of his extra points.

Personal: Parents are Paul and Lee Amick…has yet to declare a major.

High School: Graduated from Alameda HS in 2010…made five field goals and 17 extra points as a senior fro the Hornets.

High School: A 2012 graduate of Arleta HS in Los Angeles…rushed for 2,029 yards and 37 touchdowns as a senior…was named the City Section CoOffensive Player of the Year, first team all-City Section and the East Valley League MVP…also earned MVP honors in the LA Daily News All-Star Game… helped the Mustangs to a 9-2 overall record and a playoff berth…rushed for at least 100 yards in nine games…rushed for 330 yards and three touchdowns against Jefferson and had 320 yards and six TDs against Cleveland…also scored six touchdowns against Monroe…set the City Section single-season record with 47 touchdowns (37 rushing, four receiving, six defense/special teams)…holds the school record with 71 career touchdowns…scored a touchdown in all 11 games and had three or more in nine games…defensively, he had six interceptions and forced three fumbles…as a junior, he rushed for 580 yards and 11 touchdowns on 66 carries…finished the season with 14 TDs.

Wide Receiver | 6-2 | 190 | Fr. Livermore, Calif. | Granada HS

PHILLIP ANSPACH 16 Quarterack | 6-1 | 180 | Fr. Bakersfield, Calif. | Garces Memorial HS

High School: A 2012 graduate of Garces Memorial HS in Bakersfield, Calif…played quarterback and defensive back for the Rams…as a senior, he helped Garces to an 11-3 record and earned first team all-Southeast Yosemite League honors…was named to the Bakersfield Californian all-area first team… threw for 1,541 yards and 17 touchdowns and rushed for 275 yards and six TDs…threw at least one touchdown in 11 of the 13 games in which he appeared…had a pair of 200-yard passing games, including 243 against Cypress…as a junior, he tallied 44 total tackles as a free safety. Personal: Has yet to declare a major…parents are Mike and Donna Anspach.

JACOB BOWMAN 39 Def. Back | 6-0 | 200 | Fr. Palmdale, Calif. | Chaminade HS

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Personal: Has yet to declare a major…parents are Martin and Rosa Castaneda.

TYLER CHARRATTE 37 Def. Back | 6-1 | 185 | Fr. Walnut Creek, Calif. | Berean Christian HS

Personal: Has yet to declare a major…parents are Barbara Owens and James Coleman.

High School: A 2012 graduate of Berean Christian HS in Walnut Creek, Calif…was named first team all-Bay Valley League as a senior…played receiver, quarterback and safety for the Eagles…caught 21 passes for 437 yards and four touchdowns…also completed 64 passes for 420 yards and six touchdowns…defensively, he recorded 48 tackles as a senior…also played basketball.

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Personal: Has yet to declare a major…parents are Natalie and Chris Charratte.

Off. Line | 6-4 | 260 | Fr. Templeton, Calif. | Templeton HS

High School: Graduated from Templeton HS in 2011…was named to the all-state medium schools first team as a senior…also earned Los Padres League Lineman of the Year honors…played on both the offensive and defensive lines. Personal: Plans to major in business administration…parents are Pete and Kelly Dakin.

High School: A 2011 graduate of Chaminade HS in West Hills, Calif…was a three time all-Mission League selection, including first team as a sophomore and senior…recorded 86 tackles as a senior… team posted an 11-3 overall record and advanced to the Southern Section Western Division semifinals…had at least nine tackles in five games, including a season-high 12 against San Luis Obispo HS. Personal: Plans to major in biology…parents are Buck and Angela Bowman.

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EZEKIEL BRYCE AUSTIN DOTSON 10 GRAHAM 8 HENDERSON 50 Wide Receiver |  5-9 | 175 | Jr. Carson, Calif. | Golden West JC

Running Back |  5-9 | 170 | Jr. Carson, Calif. | LA Southwest JC

Linebacker |  6-0 | 220 | Fr. Northridge, Calif. | Bishop Alemany HS

Prior to Sacramento State: Played the previous two seasons at Golden West JC in Huntington Beach, Calif…caught 40 passes for 454 yards and four touchdowns in nine games in 2011…helped the team win the Central Championship Bowl.

Prior to Sacramento State: Played two seasons at LA Southwest JC…was named Junior College All-America in 2011…led the state of California with 2,227 all-purpose yards, was third in scoring (11.0 points per game) and ranked fourth in rushing (126.8 yards per game)…finished the season with 1,268 rushing yards and 16 touchdowns…also caught 51 passes for 422 yards and two touchdowns…averaged 23.65 yards per kick return and had one TD… biggest rushing game came against Glendale JC where he amassed 222 yards…had 80-yard runs in two games.

High School: A 2012 graduate of Alemany HS in Mission Hills, Calif…was a three-year varsity starter who helped the Warriors to three Serra League titles…recorded 108 tackles as a senior en route to earning all-Serra League honors…was selected to the North team for the Home Depot All-Star Game.

High School: Graduated from Carson HS in 2009… finished third at the high school state track and field meet in the long jump with a best of 25-feet, 5-inches…was a high school teammate of fellow signee Ezekiel Graham at Carson HS. Personal: Majoring in criminal justice…parents are Dwayne and Willens Dotson.

EDMUND FAIMALO 98 Def. Line |  6-1 | 275 | Fr. Redlands, Calif. | Redlands East Valley HS

High School: Graduated from Redlands East Valley HS in 2012…earned all-Southern Section Inland Division honors as a senior…also named first team all-Citrus Belt League…recorded 49 total tackles as a defensive lineman…had at least two stops in all 12 games, including eight against San Gorgonio HS. Personal: Has yet to declare a major…parents are Travis and Emma Faimalo.

EDDIE GILLIES 27 Def. Back | 6-0 | 175 | So. 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: Majoring in business administration...parents are Edgar and Karen Gillies.

High School: Graduated from Carson HS in 2009… earned first team all-city and all-Marine League honors…as a senior, he rushed for 701 yards and had 147 receiving yards…scored nine touchdowns… biggest game came against Mater Dei where he had 145 rushing yards and three touchdowns in a game televised on ESPN…was a high school teammate of fellow recruit Austin Dotson at Carson HS. Personal: Majoring in communication studies… mother is Deborah Riley.

ANDY GRAMAJO 26 Def. Back | 5-10 | 195 | Fr. La Mirada, Calif. | La Mirada HS

High School: Graduated from La Mirada HS in 2012…earned first team all-Southern Section Southeast Division and first team all-Suburban League honors as a senior…rushed for 688 yards and seven touchdowns that same season…also caught 17 passes for 121 yards…defensively, he recorded eight interceptions…helped the Matadores to a share of the league title…. Personal: Has yet to declare a major…parents are Ralph and Diane Gramajo.

Personal: Has yet to declare a major…parents are Roosevelt and Martha Henderson.

COLE HIKUTINI 85 Tight End | 6-4 | 220 | Fr. Wilton, Calif. | Pleasant Grove HS

High School: A 2012 graduate of Pleasant Grove HS in Elk Grove, Calif…earned second team allDelta River League honors as a defensive back as a senior…caught 27 passes for 536 yards and six touchdowns…highest yardage output came against Lincoln (Stockton) where he amassed 143 yards and a touchdown…averaged 19.85 yards per reception…helped the Eagles to a 12-2 overall record and a berth in the Sac-Joaquin Section Div. I title game. Personal: Has yet to declare a major…parents are Kathleen Kennedy and Stephan Hikutini.

NOAH JOHNSON 93 Def. Line | 6-2 | 255 | Fr. Murrieta, Calif. | Murrieta Valley HS

High School: A 2012 graduate of Murrieta Valley HS…named first team all-Valley by the Redlands Daily Facts and first team all-Southwestern League as a senior…finished his senior season with 44 total tackles, including 8.0 sacks…had nine stops, and four sacks, against Temecula Valley for his season highs…helped the team to a 7-4 overall record. Personal: Plans to major in communication studies… was severely burned over 20 percent of his body as a toddler and doctors believed he would lose the use of his right arm…parents are Leonard and Darla Johnson.

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MARK CHRISTOPHER NEHEMIAH KNAPP 78 LOPES 5 MITCHELL 95 Off. Line |  6-5 | 300 | Fr. Pinon Hills, Calif. | Serrano HS

Def. Back | 5-11 | 185 | Jr. Brockton, Mass. | UConn

Def. Line | 6-5 | 235 | Fr. Hayward, Calif. | Bishop O’Dowd HS

High School: A 2012 graduate of Serrano HS in Phelan, Calif…played four years on the offensive line for the Diamondbacks…earned all-Southern Section, all-San Bernardino County, all-High Desert and all-Mojave River League honors as a senior… was a three-year starter at right tackle and helped the team to the Mojave River League championship…was a four-year honor roll student and was named the 2011 High Desert Student-Athlete of the Year.

Prior to Sacramento State: Attended Connecticut for three seasons (2009-11)…redshirted in 2009 before playing for the Huskies the next two years…was a member of the team which won the Big East title and played in the Orange Bowl in 2010…in 2011, he appeared in eight games and made six tackles on special teams…earned Big East all-academic honors in 2011.

High School: A 2012 graduate of Bishop O’Dowd HS in Oakland, Calif…was a two-star recruit by Scout.com…earned first team all-Hayward Area Athletic League honors as a senior…was an honorable mention all-HAAL choice following his junior year…tallied 49 total tackles as a senior, including 6.5 sacks…was coached by former NFL player Hardy Nickerson…had seven tackles against Castro Valley HS for his season high…played in the Holiday Classic All-Star Game which pits players from Sacramento against the Bay Area.

Personal: Plans to major in business administration…parents are Ronald and Deborah Knapp.

NICK KRISTOFORS 99 Def. Line | 6-2 | 245 | Fr.

Novato, Calif. | San Marin HS High School: Graduated from San Marino HS in 2012…named first team all-state Div. III and all-state medium schools second team as a senior…was also the Marin Independent Journal Defensive Player of the Year and the Marin County Athletic League Lineman of the Year…anchored a defense which allowed just 217.5 yards per game…recorded 19 sacks as a junior. Personal: Has yet to declare a major…parents are David Maahs and Renee Kristofors.

High School: A 2009 graduate of the Tilton School in Tilton, N.H…became the first player in school history to play Div. I BCS football…following his senior season he was selected to the New Jersey vs Northeast All-Star Cassic for Joe Theismann and led the Northeast team with 11 tackles and a pass breakup…named all-New England and all-Evergreen League as a junior and senior…was also named to the Collegiate Sports of America all-region team those two years…as a senior he recorded 91 tackles with five interceptions, four forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries…also rushed for over 400 yards with four TDs and had 500 receiving yards and five touchdowns…was named the team MVP as a senior and also served as a team captain…as a junior, he recorded 75 tackles, five interceptions, three forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries…on offense, he rushed for 150 yards and a TD and had 400 receiving yards with five touchdowns…ran track where his time of 10.84 in the 100 was the fastest in New Hampshire in 2009…as a sophomore at Brockton HS he was named a Big Three League all-star and was a member of the Boston Globe all-scholastic team…intercepted seven passes to go along with 77 tackles that season…also had over 800 all-purpose yards with nine touchdowns…helped his teams to a 36-8 record during his four years, including a pair of undefeated seasons…as a freshman, Brockton went 13-0 and won the Div. I Superbowl…as a junior Tilton was 9-0 en route to winning the NEPSAC. Personal: Majoring in communication studies…parents are Oliveiro Lopes and Karen Burgo.

Personal: Has yet to declare a major…parents are Robert and Linda Mitchell.

ZACH MORENO 83 Wide Receiver | 6-4 | 185 | Fr. Le Grand, Calif. | Le Grand HS

High School: Graduated from Le Grand HS in 2012…named first team all-state as an all-purpose player following his senior season…ranked second in the state with 21 receiving touchdowns…caught 71 passes for 1,453 yards…averaged 20.47 yards per reception…helped lead the team to a 12-1 overall record with their only loss coming in the California Div. IV championship game…had at least 100 receiving yards in nine games…caught nine passes for 185 yards and three touchdowns against Rio Vista for his season highs…also had three receiving touchdowns against Ripon Christian…also returned punts and kicks for the Bulldogs…as a junior, he had 42 receptions for 1,055 yards and 18 touchdowns… tallied a career high 190 yards and three touchdowns on just six receptions against Golden Sierra. Personal: Has yet to declare a major…parents are Patricia and Danny Barnett.

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DARNELL BRENDAN CLARK PARTRIDGE 32 ROYAL 38 SANKEY 44 Running Back | 6-1 | 230 | Jr. Granite Bay, Calif. | Sierra JC

Def. Back | 6-0 | 180 | Fr. Oakland, Calif. | Bishop O’Dowd HS

Linebacker |  6-3 | 230 | Fr. San Jose, Calif. | Branham HS

Prior to Sacramento State: Played two seasons at Sierra JC in Rocklin, Calif…ranked second on the team as a sophomore in 2010 with 75 total tackles… finished the year with 9.0 tackles for loss, including a pair of sacks…also had an interception, forced a fumble and recovered a fumble…as a freshman, he tallied 52 total tackles in 10 games…had 8.0 TFLs and two sacks…was a teammate of current Hornet Jon Bloomfield.

High School: A 2012 graduate of Bishop O’Dowd HS in Oakland, Calif…played just one year of high school football after transitioning from basketball where he played point guard…recorded 79 total tackles while starting at safety for the Dragons… had at least three tackles in his 11 games, and five or more in nine games…set a career high with 12 against St. Ignatius HS…intercepted a pass against Enochs HS…was a teammate of fellow freshman Nehemiah Mitchell…in basketball, he helped the Dragons to a Northern California, North Coast Section and Hayward Area Athlete League titles.

High School: A 2012 graduate of Branham HS in San Jose, Calif…did not begin playing football until his junior year of high school…led the team and league in tackles with 95 that season…as a senior, he recorded a Central Coast Section-leading 155 tackles…had at least 12 tackles in every game, including 22 against Sobrato…also played on offense where he rushed 10 times for 22 yards and a touchdown.

Personal: Plans to major in business administration…parents are Brian and Carlotta Royal.

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High School: Graduated from Granite Bay HS in 2009…played fullback for the Grizzlies where he rushed for 674 yards and 13 touchdowns as a senior…amassed 152 rushing yards against Roseville and had 150 against Rocklin for his season bests… scored at least one touchdown in eight of his nine games, including three against Rocklin…rushed for 777 yards and 11 touchdowns on 140 carries as a junior…had a pair of 100-yard games. Personal: Has yet to declare a major…parents are Desiree Clark and Mark Patridge.

KYLE ROBERTS 82 Wide Receiver |  6-2 | 185 | Fr. Seal Beach, Calif. | Los Alamitos HS

High School: A 2012 graduate of Los Alamitos HS… named first team all-Sunset League as a senior at Los Alamitos HS…was also an honorable mention Long Beach Press Telegram Dream Team selection and was the school’s defensive player of the year…caught 33 passes for 511 yards and 11 touchdowns during the year…hauled in at least one touchdown in seven of the team’s 10 games…caught a pass in every contest and had at least 60 receiving yards in five games… also played on defense where he made 41 tackles… also competed in track for the Griffins. Personal: Majoring in business administration…aspires to be a firefighter…parents are Steve Roberts and Susan Largent.

ED RUHNKE 52 Kicker | 5-9 | 175 | So. Bayville, N.J. | Moorpark JC

Prior to Sacramento State: Played one season at Moorpark JC…made 12-of-15 field goal attempts and ranked second on the team with 64 points…was 12-of-13 on field goals inside 40-yards and had a long of 42 in two different games…was named West Conference Player of the Week during the season after making four first-half field goals at Long Beach City JC. High School: A 2010 graduate of Central Regional HS in Bayville, N.J…was a three-year varsity starter for the Golden Eagles…also competed as a wrestler. Personal: Has yet to declare a major…parents are Edward and Carol Ruhnke.

Personal: Has yet to declare a major…parents are Roberta and Erskine Sankey.

Def. Line | 6-0 | 260 | Sr. Red Bluff, Calif. | Shasta JC

At Sacramento State: Was a member of the Hornet track & field team in 2012…finished eighth at the Big Sky Championships in the hammer…his best of 182-01 ranks eighth in school history…indoors, he ranks fourth in the school record book in the shot put (52-10.25) and 10th in the weight throw (5305.50). Prior to Sacramento State: Competed at Shasta College in track & field and football for two years…as a freshman, he played on both sides of the ball…in eight games, he rushed for 49 yards on 13 carries… recorded 18 tackles, including 2.5 sacks and two sacks…threw 177-03 in the hammer at the NorCal finals for his career best…top shot put was 53-06 in 2011. High School: Graduated from Red Bluff HS in 2008…was a three-sport athlete, competing in track, wrestling and football…recorded 31 tackles as a senior…best mark in the shot put was 52-feet. Personal: Majoring in family and consumer science…is a competitive Olympic weight lifter…parents are George Sammadan and Dawn Ching.

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PATRICK KYI DIJON SCOGGINS 68 THOMAS 84 WASHINGTON 3 Def. Line | 6-1 | 295 | Fr. Palos Verdes, Calif. | Palos Verdes HS

Wide Receiver | 6-4 | 185 | Fr. Sacramento, Calif. | Sheldon HS

Def. Back |  6-1 | 190 | Jr. Lawndale, Calif. | Nebraska

High School: Graduated from Palos Verdes HS in 2012…was a two-time all-Bay League selection as a defensive lineman…as a senior, he was named first team all-Southern Section Northern Division and allarea…helped lead the Sea Kings to the Bay League title.

High School: A 2012 graduate of Sheldon HS in Elk Grove, Calif…played just one year of high school football…caught 38 passes for 628 yards and five touchdowns, averaging 16.53 yards per catch… earned second team all-Delta River League honors… also played basketball for the Huskies where he helped the team to three Sac-Joaquin Section titles… as a senior, the Huskies advanced to the state Div. I title game before falling to Mater Dei…averaged 10.0 points and 4.4 rebounds per game…has a 44inch vertical leap.

Prior to Sacramento State: Spent three seasons at Nebraska (redshirt in 2009)…tallied five tackles, including four on special teams in 2011…had a season-high two tackles in the opener against Chattanooga, including one while seeing action in the secondary…added stops on coverage teams against Washington, Minnesota and Northwestern…made his collegiate debut in the Cornhuskers’ win at Washington in 2010.

Personal: Has yet to declare a major…mother is Donna Scoggins.

NOLAN SORENSEN 18 Quarterback | 6-4 | 200 | Fr. Clovis, Calif. | Buchanan HS

High School: A 2012 graduate of Buchanan HS in Clovis, Calif…threw for 2,087 yards and 13 touchdowns as a senior for Buchanan HS…best game came against Clovis West HS where he threw for 438 yards and four touchdowns…also had four passing TDs against Stockdale HS…earned all-TriRiver Athletic League honors in 2011…played in the Rising Stars All-Star game at the end of the year… also played baseball for the Bears where he helped the team to a Central Section title as a pitcher during his junior season. Personal: Has yet to declare a major…parents are Steve and Cynthia Sorensen.

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Personal: Plans to major in kinesiology…son of Nicole Thomas-Northern.

DEMETRIUS WARREN 14 Running Back |  5-7 | 185 | Fr. Fresno, Calif. | Bullard HS

High School: A 2012 graduate of Bullard HS in Fresno, Calif…named first team all-state and to the Fresno Bee all-area team as a senior…rushed for 2,546 yards and scored 192 points that season… was named the County/Metro Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Year in 2011…holds the school record with 4,468 career yards and 45 touchdowns…helped the team to a Central Section title in 2009 and a runner-up finish in 2011.

High School: A 2009 graduate of Leuzinger HS in Lawndale, Calif…closed out an impressive career with a strong senior season in which he had about 70 tackles and two interceptions…helped his team to a 6-4 record…was an all-league pick and a third-team CIF all-state selection for his efforts as a senior…as a junior, he caught 15 passes for approximately 300 yards and five scores…on defense he earned first-team all-league honors after tallying 50 tackles, two interceptions and one sack. Personal: Majoring in business administration…son of Kemba Smith…earned Big 12 all-academic honors in 2010.

Personal: Plan to major in business administartion… mother is Shelia Gray.

Off. Line |  6-1 | 250 | Fr. Murrieta, Calif. | Vista Murrieta HS

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High School: Graduated from Vista Murrieta HS in 2012…as a senior, he earned all-Southern Section Inland and all-Southwestern League honors…was also named to the all-Valley team by The Californian and Press Enterprise All-Star team…helped the team to a 12-2 overall record and a 5-0 league mark…the team finished the year ranked third in the state and 16th nationally by Maxpreps…behind his offensive line, the team rushed for over 200 yards per game… was a three-year starter on the line and the team posted a 39-3 mark during his tenure. Personal: Has yet to declare a major…parents are Ed and Annie Ta’amilo.

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NEW MEXICO STATE COLORADO

NORTHERN COLO.

Aug. 30 • Aggie Memorial

Sept. 15 • Hornet Stadium

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Location.................................................Las Cruces, N.M. Enrollment............................................................ 16,428 Nickname..............................................................Aggies Colors....................................................Crimson & White Conference.............................................. Western Athletic Home Field (Capacity)................ Aggie Memorial (30,343) Surface.................................................................. Grass Athletics Director.................................Dr. McKinley Boston

Series Record.................................................First meeting In Sacramento................................................No meetings In Las Cruces.................................................No meetings At Neutral Sites..............................................No meetings In Div. I-AA/FCS Era......................................First meeting Sperbeck vs. NMSU.......................................First meeting Walker vs. SAC..............................................First meeting Last SAC Home Win.......................................No meetings Last SAC Road Win........................................First meeting Largest SAC Victory.......................................First meeting Largest NMSU Victory....................................First meeting Current Streak................................................First meeting Longest SAC Win Streak.................................First meeting Longest NMSU Win Streak..............................First meeting

Head Coach.........DeWayne Walker (Regents College, ‘92) Record at New Mexico State........................ 9-29 (3 years) Career Record.........................................................Same 2011 Record..............................................................4-9 2011 Conf. Record/Finish.................................... 2-5/7th Lettermen Returning/Lost......................................... 34/20 Starters Returning/Lost................. 16 (8/6/2)/11 (6/5/0)

Football Contact............................................. Tyler Dunkel Office Phone............................................(575) 646-2927 E-Mail................................................ tydunkel@nmsu.edu Press Box Phone.......................................(575) 646-2700

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9/3 OHIO........................................................ L, 44-24 9/10 at Minnesota............................................ W, 28-21 9/17 UTEP......................................................... L, 16-10 9/24 at San Jose State*....................................... L, 34-24 10/1 at New Mexico......................................... W, 42-28 10/15 IDAHO*................................................... W, 31-24 10/22 at Hawai’i*................................................ L, 45-34 10/29 NEVADA*.................................................. L, 48-34 11/5 at Georgia................................................. L, 63-16 11/12 FRESNO STATE*....................................... W, 48-45 11/19 at BYU......................................................... L, 42-7 11/26 at Louisiana Tech*......................................... L, 44-0 12/3 UTAH STATE*............................................. L, 24-21 * WAC Game

Location..................................................... Boulder, Colo. Enrollment............................................................ 30,128 Nickname...........................................................Buffaloes Colors................................................ Silver, Gold & Black Conference....................................................... Pacific-12 Home Field......................................Folsom Field (53,613) Surface.................................................................. Grass Athletics Director.............................................. Mike Bohn

Series Record.................................................First meeting In Sacramento................................................No meetings In Boulder......................................................No meetings At Neutral Sites..............................................No meetings In Div. I-AA/FCS Era......................................First meeting Sperbeck vs. CU.............................................First meeting Embree vs. SAC.............................................First meeting Last SAC Home Win.......................................No meetings Last SAC Road Win........................................First meeting Largest SAC Victory.......................................First meeting Largest CU Victory.........................................First meeting Current Streak................................................First meeting Longest SAC Win Streak.................................First meeting Longest CU Win Streak...................................First meeting

Head Coach........................... Jon Embree (Colorado, ’87) Record at Colorado...................................... 3-10 (1 year) Career Record ........................................................Same 2011 Record............................................................3-10 2011 Conf. Record/Finish......................... 2-7/5th (South) Lettermen Returning/Lost................................................... Starters Returning/Lost................. 11 (3/6/2)/13 (8/5/0)

Football Contact............................................... David Plati Office Phone............................................(303) 492-5626 E-Mail....................................... david.plati@colorado.edu Press Box Phone.......................................(303) 492-5625

9/3 at Hawai’i.................................................. L, 34-17 9/10 CALIFORNIA*.......................................L, 36-33 (ot) 9/17 vs. Colorado State.................................... W, 28-14 9/24 at Ohio State............................................. L, 37-17 10/1 WASHINGTON STATE*.............................. L, 31-27 10/8 at Stanford*................................................. L, 48-7 10/15 at Washington*.......................................... L, 52-24 10/22 OREGON*.................................................. L, 45-2 10/29 at Arizona State*........................................ L, 48-14 11/4 USC*......................................................... L, 42-17 11/12 ARIZONA*.............................................. W, 48-29 11/19 at UCLA*..................................................... L, 45-6 11/25 at Utah*................................................... W, 17-14 * Pacific-12 Game

Location..................................................... Greeley, Colo. Enrollment ........................................................... 12,358 Nickname................................................................ Bears Colors........................................................... Blue & Gold Conference........................................................... Big Sky Home Field.................................Nottingham Field (8,500) Surface.................................................................. Grass Athletics Director............................................ Jay Hinrichs

Series Record..........................Sacramento State leads, 6-0 In Sacramento.........................Sacramento State leads, 3-0 In Greeley..............................Sacramento State leads, 3-0 At Neutral Sites..............................................No meetings In Div. I-AA/FCS Era...............Sacramento State leads, 6-0 Sperbeck vs. NC.........................................................5-0 Collins vs. SAC...........................................................0-1 Last SAC Home Win.......................................2010 (42-7) Last SAC Road Win........................................2011 (14-0) Largest SAC Victory.................................35 (42-7, 2010) Largest NC Victory...................................................None Current Streak............................ Sacramento State won six Longest SAC Win Streak..............................6 (2006-pres.) Longest NC Win Streak............................................None

Head Coach....Earnest Collins, Jr. (Northern Colorado, ‘95) Record at NC............................................... 0-11 (1 year) Career Record............................................ 8-23 (3 years) 2011 Record............................................................0-11 2011 Conf. Record/Finish.................................. 0-11/9th Lettermen Returning/Lost......................................... 33/19 Starters Returning/Lost................. 15 (8/5/2)/10 (3/6/1)

Football Contact......................................Heather Kennedy Office Phone............................................(970) 351-1065 E-Mail..................................... heather.kennedy@unco.edu Press Box Phone.......................................(970) 351-1995

9/3 LINDENWOOD.......................................... L, 22-20 9/10 at Colorado State....................................... L, 33-14 9/17 at Idaho State*........................................... L, 50-20 9/24 WEBER STATE*........................................... L, 45-21 10/1 at Montana*.............................................. L, 55-28 10/8 SACRAMENTO STATE*................................. L, 14-0 10/15 at Eastern Washington*.............................. L, 48-27 10/22 MONTANA STATE*.................................... L, 31-21 10/29 NORTH DAKOTA*...................................... L, 27-25 11/5 at Northern Arizona*................................. L, 34-14 11/12 PORTLAND STATE*..................................... L, 23-17 * Big Sky Conference Game

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NORTH DAKOTA

IDAHO STATE

SOUTHERN UTAH

Sept. 22 • Hornet Stadium

Sept. 29 • Holt Arena

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Location...............................................Grand Forks, N.D. Enrollment............................................................ 14,095 Nickname................................................................None Colors...............................................Kelly Green & White Conference........................................................... Big Sky Home Field.................................... Alerus Center (12,283) Surface.............................................................. AstroTurf Athletics Director............................................Brian Faison

Series Record............................... North Dakota leads, 1-0 In Sacramento................................................No meetings In Grand Forks............................. North Dakota leads, 1-0 At Neutral Sites..............................................No meetings In Div. I-AA/FCS Era......................................No meetings Sperbeck vs. UND.......................................................0-0 Mussman vs. SAC.......................................................0-0 Last SAC Home Win.......................................No meetings Last SAC Road Win..................................................None Largest SAC Victory.................................................None Largest UND Victory.................................31 (31-0, 1979) Current Streak................................ North Dakota won one Longest SAC Win Streak...........................................None Longest UND Win Streak.............................1 (1979-pres.)

Head Coach.................... Chris Mussman (Iowa State, ‘90) Record at UND......................................... 23-20 (4 years) Career Record.........................................................Same 2011 Record..............................................................8-3 2011 Conf. Record/Finish................ 3-1/t1st (Great West) Lettermen Returning/Lost......................................... 39/11 Starters Returning/Lost................... 16 (9/5/2)/8 (2/6/0)

Football Contact............................................. Ryan Powell Office Phone............................................(701) 777-2986 E-Mail................................ ryan.powell@athletics.und.edu Press Box Phone.......................................(701) 792-1501

9/1 DRAKE...................................................... W, 16-0 9/10 at Idaho..................................................... L, 44-14 9/17 at Fresno State........................................... L, 27-22 9/24 BLACK HILLS STATE.................................. W, 53-19 10/1 at Southern Utah*..................................... W, 26-20 10/8 MONTANA WESTERN............................... W, 42-9 10/22 CAL POLY.................................................. L, 23-19 10/29 at Northern Colorado............................... W, 27-25 11/5 SIOUX FALLS............................................ W, 15-13 11/12 at UC Davis*.............................................. W, 14-7 11/19 SOUTH DAKOTA*.................................... W, 38-37 * Great West Conference Game

Location...................................................Pocatello, Idaho Enrollment............................................................ 15,041 Nickname.............................................................Bengals Colors..................................................... Orange & Black Conference........................................................... Big Sky Home Field........................................ Holt Arena (12,000) Capacity..............................................................FieldTurf Athletics Director...............................................Jeff Tingey

Series Record........................Sacramento State leads, 10-6 In Sacramento.........................Sacramento State leads, 7-1 In Pocatello......................................Idaho State leads, 5-3 At Neutral Sites..............................................No meetings In Div. I-AA/FCS Era.............Sacramento State leads, 10-6 Sperbeck vs. ISU.........................................................4-1 Kramer vs. SAC..........................................................9-3 Last SAC Home Win.......................................2011 (24-9) Last SAC Road Win......................................2010 (45-17) Largest SAC Victory...............................28 (45-17, 2010) Largest ISU Victory.................................30 (44-14, 1996) Current Streak......................... Sacramento State won three Longest SAC Win Streak.............. 3 (1997-99, 2009-pres.) Longest ISU Win Streak..................................2 (2004-05)

Head Coach...............................Mike Kramer (Idaho, ‘77) Record at ISU................................................. 2-9 (1 year) Career Record ....................................... 79-81 (13 years) 2011 Record..............................................................2-9 2011 Conf. Record/Finish.................................... 1-7/8th Lettermen Returning/Lost......................................... 39/19 Starters Returning/Lost................. 16 (5/10/1)/8 (6/1/1)

Football Contact.......................................... Steve Schaack Office Phone............................................(208) 282-2621 E-Mail................................................... schaste4@isu.edu Press Box Phone.......................................(208) 282-2952

9/3 at Washington State................................... L, 64-21 9/10 WESTERN STATE........................................ W, 44-7 9/17 NORTHERN COLORADO*........................ W, 50-20 9/24 at Northern Arizona*................................... L, 20-3 10/1 at Portland State*....................................... L, 42-35 10/8 MONTANA*................................................ L, 33-0 10/15 at Weber State*.......................................... L, 39-12 10/22 at BYU......................................................... L, 56-3 10/29 MONTANA STATE*.................................... L, 54-13 11/12 at Sacramento State*.................................... L, 24-9 11/19 EASTERN WASHINGTON*......................... L, 45-14 * Big Sky Conference Game

Location..................................................Cedar City, Utah Enrollment.............................................................. 8,066 Nickname.....................................................Thunderbirds Colors...................................................... Scarlet & White Conference..................................................... Great West Home Field (Capacity)................... Eccles Coliseum (8,500) Surface...............................................................FieldTurf Athletics Director............................................. Ken Beazer

Series Record..............................................Series tied 6-6 In Sacramento.........................Sacramento State leads, 4-2 In Cedar City.............................. Southern Utah leads, 4-2 At Neutral Sites..............................................No meetings In Div. I-AA/FCS Era...............Sacramento State leads, 3-2 Sperbeck vs. SUU........................................................0-1 Lamb vs. SAC.............................................................1-0 Last SAC Home Win.....................................2004 (23-17) Last SAC Road Win......................................1994 (27-16) Largest SAC Victory...............................24 (53-29, 1995) Largest SUU Victory...............................21 (35-14, 2011) Current Streak................................Southern Utah won one Longest SAC Win Streak.................................3 (1994-04) Longest SUU Win Streak.................................4 (1990-93)

Head Coach....................................... Ed Lamb (BYU, ‘92) Record at Southern Utah............................ 15-18 (3 years) Career Record.........................................................Same 2011 Record..............................................................6-5 2011 Conf. Record/Finish................1-3/t4th (Great West) Lettermen Returning/Lost......................................... 42/19 Starters Returning/Lost................. 10 (4/4/2)/14 (7/7/0)

Football Contact........................................... Neil Gardner Office Phone............................................(435) 586-7753 E-Mail................................................... gardner@suu.edu Press Box Phone.......................................(435) 586-5447

9/3 at South Dakota State................................. L, 29-28 9/10 SACRAMENTO STATE.............................. W, 35-14 9/17 TEXAS SAN ANTONIO............................ W, 45-22 9/24 at UNLV................................................... W, 41-16 10/1 NORTH DAKOTA*...................................... L, 26-20 10/8 at South Dakota*........................................ L, 24-19 10/15 at Cal Poly*................................................ L, 31-27 10/22 at Weber State......................................... W, 35-28 10/29 UC DAVIS*................................................ W, 34-3 11/12 at Northern Iowa........................................ L, 34-21 11/19 at Northern Arizona................................. W, 27-24 * Great West Conference Game

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WEBER STATE

EASTERN WASH.

CAL POLY

Oct. 13 • Hornet Stadium

Oct. 20 • Roos Field

Oct. 27 • Hornet Stadium

GAME 7

GAME 8

GAME 9

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Location.......................................................Ogden, Utah Enrollment............................................................ 24,000 Nickname........................................................... Wildcats Colors..............................................Royal Purple & White Conference........................................................... Big Sky Home Field................................ Stewart Stadium (17,500) Surface........................................................Synthetic Turf Athletics Director............................................. Jerry Bovee

Series Record............................... Weber State leads, 11-5 In Sacramento.........................Sacramento State leads, 5-3 In Ogden....................................... Weber State leads, 8-0 At Neutral Sites..............................................No meetings In Div. I-AA/FCS Era.................... Weber State leads, 11-5 Spereck vs. WSU........................................................1-4 Sears vs. SAC.............................................................0-0 Last SAC Home Win.....................................2010 (24-17) Last SAC Road Win..................................................None Largest SAC Victory.................................28 (35-7, 2000) Largest WSU Victory..............................38 (52-14, 1997) Current Streak.................................. Weber State won one Longest SAC Win Streak.................................1 (five times) Longest WSU Win Streak................................4 (1996-99)

Head Coach.................Jody Sears (Washington State, ’91) Record at Weber State..................................... First season Career Record.........................................................Same 2011 Record..............................................................5-6 2011 Conf. Record/Finish...................................5-3/t3rd Lettermen Returning/Lost......................................... 41/16 Starters Returning/Lost................... 15 (7/7/1)/9 (4/4/1)

Football Contact................................................ Paul Grua Office Phone............................................(801) 626-7414 E-Mail.................................................. pgrua@weber.edu Press Box Phone.......................................(801) 626-6490

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9/3 at Wyoming............................................... L, 35-32 9/10 at Utah State.............................................. L, 54-17 9/17 SACRAMENTO STATE*............................. W, 49-17 9/24 at Northern Colorado*.............................. W, 45-21 10/1 at Eastern Washington*.............................. L, 27-21 10/15 IDAHO STATE*......................................... W, 39-12 10/22 SOUTHERN UTAH...................................... L, 35-28 10/29 at Montana*.............................................. L, 45-10 11/5 MONTANA STATE*.................................... L, 44-24 11/12 NORTHERN ARIZONA*............................ W, 34-31 11/19 at Portland State*..................................... W, 48-33 * Big Sky Conference Game

Location....................................................Cheney, Wash. Enrollment............................................................ 12,130 Nickname.............................................................. Eagles Colors.......................................................... Red & White Conference........................................................... Big Sky Home Field........................................... Roos Field (8,600) Surface.............................................................. SprinTurf Athletics Director.............................................. Bill Chaves

Series Record.................... Eastern Washington leads, 16-4 In Sacramento................... Eastern Washington leads, 11-0 In Cheney........................... Eastern Washington leads, 5-4 At Neutral Sites..............................................No meetings In Div. I-AA/FCS Era......... Eastern Washington leads, 13-4 Sperbeck vs. EWU.......................................................1-4 Baldwin vs. SAC.........................................................3-1 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 Washington won three Longest SAC Win Streak................................1 (four times) Longest EWU Win Streak................................8 (1980-98)

Head Coach ............... Beau Baldwin (Central Wash., ’96) Record at Eastern Wash............................. 33-16 (4 years) Career Record ........................................ 43-19 (4 years) 2011 Record..............................................................6-5 2011 Conf. Record/Finish...................................5-3/t3rd Lettermen Returning/Lost......................................... 53/14 Starters Returning/Lost................... 17 (8/8/1)/7 (3/3/1)

Football Contact...............................................Dave Cook Office Phone............................................(509) 359-6334 E-Mail..............................................dcook@mail.ewu.edu Press Box Phone.......................................(509) 359-6351

9/3 at Washington........................................... L, 30-27 9/10 at South Dakota......................................... L, 30-17 9/17 at Montana*............................................ W, 17-14 9/24 MONTANA STATE*.................................... L, 36-21 10/1 WEBER STATE*......................................... W, 27-21 10/8 at Northern Arizona*............................... W, 36-28 10/15 NORTHERN COLORADO*........................ W, 48-27 10/22 at Sacramento State*................................ W, 42-35 10/29 PORTLAND STATE*..................................... L, 43-26 11/12 at Cal Poly............................................... W, 53-51 11/19 at Idaho State*......................................... W, 45-14 * Big Sky Conference Game

Location........................................ San Luis Obispo, Calif. Enrollment............................................................ 19,325 Nickname.......................................................... Mustangs Colors........................................................ Green & Gold Conference........................................................... Big Sky Home Field................................ Spanos Stadium (11,075) Surface.................................................................. Grass Athletics Director................................ Donald Oberhelman

Series Record................................... Cal Poly leads, 16-15 In Sacramento............................................Series tied, 7-7 In San Luis Obispo............................... Cal Poly leads, 9-8 At Neutral Sites..............................................No meetings In Div. I-AA/FCS Era............................ Cal Poly leads, 9-6 Sperbeck vs. CP..........................................................0-1 Walsh vs. SAC..........................................................13-1 Last SAC Home Win......................................2002 (27-17 Last SAC Road Win......................................1999 (31-26) Largest SAC Victory.................................24 (24-0, 1992) Largest CP Victory....................................46 (52-6, 1978) Current Streak.........................................Cal Poly won five Longest SAC Win Streak.................................7 (1987-93) Longest CP Win Streak................................5 (2003-pres.)

Head Coach.....................................................Tim Walsh Record at Cal Poly..................................... 17-16 (3 years) Career Record .................................... 134-98 (21 years) 2011 Record..............................................................6-5 2011 Conf. Record/Finish................ 3-1/t1st (Great West) Lettermen Returning/Lost......................................... 53/34 Starters Returning/Lost................. 11 (4/4/3)/19 (7/7/5)

Football Contact..............................................Eric Burdick Office Phone............................................(805) 756-6550 E-Mail............................................. eburdick@calpoly.edu Press Box Phone.......................................(805) 756-6739

9/3 at San Diego State...................................... L, 49-21 9/10 at Montana................................................ L, 37-23 9/17 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE............................ W, 48-14 9/24 at Northern Illinois...................................... L, 47-30 10/8 CENTRAL OKLAHOMA............................ W, 44-25 10/15 SOUTHERN UTAH*................................... W, 31-27 10/22 at North Dakota*...................................... W, 23-19 10/29 SOUTH DAKOTA*.................................... W, 27-24 11/5 at UC Davis*.............................................. L, 24-17 11/12 EASTERN WASHINGTON...................L, 53-51 (3ot) 11/19 at South Alabama.................................... W, 41-10 * Great West Conference Game

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MONTANA STATE UC DAVIS Nov. 3 • Hornet Stadium

Nov. 17 • Aggie Stadium

GAME 11

GAME 10

OPPONENT NOTES New Mexico State Sacramento State will face the Aggies for the first time in school history…NMSU has not played a Big Sky school since facing Weber State in 1992. Colorado The Hornets will play a Pac-12 Conference team for the third straight season…last year, Sacramento State upset Oregon State, 29-28, in overtime…the Hornets are 6-1 in games against Colorado teams.

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Location.................................................. Bozeman, Mont. Enrollment............................................................ 13,350 Nickname.............................................................Bobcats Colors........................................................... Blue & Gold Conference........................................................... Big Sky Home Field................................. Bobcat Stadium (13,500) Surface...............................................................FieldTurf Athletics Director..............................................Peter Fields

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Location........................................................ Davis, Calif. Enrollment............................................................ 32,653 Nickname..............................................................Aggies Colors.................................................... Yale Blue & Gold Conference..................................................... Great West Home Field.................................. Aggie Stadium (10,849) Surface.............................................................. Sportexe Athletics Director ...........................................Terry Tumey

Series History

Series Record............................Montana State leads, 14-6 In Sacramento.............................Montana State leads, 6-5 In Bozeman................................Montana State leads, 7-1 At Neutral Sites...........................Montana State leads, 1-0 In Div. I-AA/FCS Era.................Montana State leads, 13-4 Sperbeck vs. MSU.......................................................0-5 Ash vs. SAC...............................................................5-0 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 seven Longest SAC Win Streak.................................3 (1991-94) Longest MSU Win Streak.............................7 (2005-pres.)

Series Record..................................UC Davis leads, 41-18 In Sacramento...................................UC Davis leads, 15-5 In Davis............................................UC Davis leads, 17-8 At Neutral Sites...................................UC Davis leads, 9-5 In Div. I-AA/FCS Era.........................UC Davis leads, 15-4 Sperbeck vs. UCD.......................................................2-3 Biggs vs. SAC...........................................................15-4 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....................................... UC Davis won two Longest SAC Win Streak.................................5 (1988-91) Longest UCD Win Streak..............................18 (1970-87)

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Head Coach......................... Rob Ash (Cornell (Iowa), ’69) Record at Montana State........................... 39-20 (5 years) Career Record.................................215-119-5 (31 years) 2011 Record............................................................10-3 2011 Conf. Record/Finish....................................7-1/t1st Lettermen Returning/Lost......................................... 47/17 Starters Returning/Lost................... 17 (7/9/1)/7 (4/2/1)

Head Coach ............................Bob Biggs (UC Davis, ’73) Record at UC Davis:...........................140-78-1 (18 years) Career Record .......................................................Same 2011 Record..............................................................4-7 2011 Conf. Record/Finish................1-3/t4th (Great West) Lettermen Returning/Lost......................................... 61/14 Starters Returning/Lost................... 16 (8/7/1)/8 (3/4/1)

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Football Contact............................................ Bill Lamberty Office Phone............................................(406) 994-5133 E-Mail................................... blamberty@msubobcats.com Press Box Phone..........................(406) 994-3099 or 3100

9/3 at Utah...................................................... L, 27-10 9/10 UC DAVIS................................................ W, 38-14 9/17 MINOT STATE............................................ W, 43-7 9/24 at Eastern Washington*............................ W, 36-21 10/1 SACRAMENTO STATE*............................. W, 31-21 10/8 at Portland State*..................................... W, 38-36 10/15 NORTHERN ARIZONA*............................ W, 41-24 10/22 at Northern Colorado*.............................. W, 31-21 10/29 IDAHO STATE*......................................... W, 54-13 11/5 at Weber Stae*........................................ W, 44-24 11/19 MONTANA*.............................................. L, 36-10 12/3 NEW HAMPSHIRE^.................................. W, 26-25 12/10 at Sam Houston State^................................ L, 49-13 * Big Sky Conference Game/^ NCAA FCS Playoffs

Football Contact............................................. Mike Robles Office Phone............................................(530) 752-3680 E-Mail.............................................. rsburns@ucdavis.edu Press Box Phone.......................................(530) 752-9367

9/1 at Arizona State......................................... L, 48-14 9/10 at Montana State........................................ L, 38-14 9/17 SAN DIEGO.............................................. W, 31-3 9/24 at Hawai’i.................................................. L, 56-14 10/8 HUMBOLDT STATE...................................... L, 23-17 10/15 TEXAS SAN ANTONIO............................ W, 38-17 10/22 at South Dakota*........................................ L, 27-24 10/29 at Southern Utah*......................................... L, 34-3 11/5 CAL POLY*.............................................. W, 24-17 11/12 NORTH DAKOTA*........................................ L, 14-7 11/19 at Sacramento State.................................. W, 23-19 * Great West Conference Game

Northern Colorado Sacramento State made NCAA history last season by not attempting a pass in a 14-0 rain-deluged shutout in Greeley…this year’s game will not count towards the Big Sky standings. North Dakota The Hornets will face North Dakota in the first Big Sky game for UND in school history…the two teams last met in 1979 in Grand Forks…after a lengthy legal battle, North Dakota will not have a nickname during the 2012 season. Idaho State The pass-happy Bengals led the Big Sky with nearly 52 pass attempts per game…All-American wide receiver Rodrick Rumble returns after amassing 1,348 yards and nine touchdowns a year ago. Southern Utah Senior quarterback Brad Sorensen was tabbed as the Big Sky Preseason Offensive MVP…Sorensen completed nearly 67.8 percent of his passes with 17 touchdowns. Weber State Weber State will be under the watch of first year head coach Jody Sears who replaced John L. Smith who replaced Ron McBride…the Hornets have won five of the last six against WSU at Hornet Stadium. Eastern Washington EWU brings back a pair of All-America receivers (Nicholas Edwards and Brandon Kaufman) to go along with SMU transfer QB Kyle Padron…the Eagles are 42-20 over the last five seasons. Cal Poly Cal Poly makes its debut in the Big Sky…the series with the Mustangs dates back to 1967 but the teams have played just one since 2006. Montana State The Bobcats have shared the Big Sky title the last two seasons and were picked as the preseason favorite…linebacker Jody Owens was the Big Sky Preseason Defensive MVP and a Buck Buchanan Award candidate. UC Davis The Causeway Classic will have added value this year as the game will serve as the finale for Aggie head coach Bob Biggs…the last five meetings between the teams have been decided by 10 points or less.

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at Utah

South Dakota Mines (8/30)

at Air Force

Colorado Mines

Portland State

Black Hills at State California

vs. Colorado State

(8/30)

at Utah State (8/30)

at Fresno State

at Idaho (8/30)

San Diego

Chadron State

Azusa Pacific (8/30)

at BYU

at Wash. State

open

at Drake

at San Jose State

Sept. 8

at Ohio

Sept. 15

at UTEP

Sept. 22

New Mexico

Sept. 29

Texas-San Antonio

UCLA

open

Cal Poly

Oct. 6

at Idaho

open

Montana

at Eastern Wash.

at Portland State

Oct. 13

open

Arizona State (10/11)

at Cal Poly

Northern Arizona

UC Davis

at Montana

Oct. 20

at Utah State

at USC

Idaho State Montana

at Northern Colorado

Weber State

at Southern Utah

Oct. 27

Louisiana Tech

at Oregon

Northern Arizona

at Montana State

at Montana

Eastern Wash.

open

at Southern Utah

Nov. 3

Auburn

Stanford

at Portland State

Southern Utah

Northern Arizona

at North Dakota

Montana

Cal Poly

at Eastern Wash.

Nov. 10

San Jose State

at Arizona

at Weber State

open

at Cal Poly

at Northern Arizona

Northern Colorado

UC Davis

Idaho State

Portland State

Nov. 17

open

Washington

North Dakota

at Northern Colorado

Weber State

open

at Idaho State

at Portland State

at Northern Arizona

at Montana

Nov. 24

BYU

Utah (11/23)

FCS Playoffs

FCS Playoffs

FCS Playoffs

FCS Playoffs

FCS Playoffs

FCS Playoffs

FCS Playoffs

FCS Playoffs

at San Diego State

at Fresno State at at Washington Montana State State

Home Game

open

at Nebraska

New McNeese Mexico State Highlands

open

at Stephen F. Wyoming Austin

at South Dakota State

at Portland State

Eastern Wash.

at Weber State

UC Davis

Northern Colorado

at Cal Poly

Montana State

at UC Davis

Montana

at North Dakota

at Southern Utah

Weber State

Cal Poly

North Dakota

at Weber State

at UC Davis

Montana State

at Montana State

Northern Colorado

Eastern Wash.

at Idaho State

Portland State

open

at Northern Arizona

North Dakota

Portland State

open

Away Game

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2012 HORNET FOOTBALL 2011 REVIEW 2011 RESULTS

DATE OPPONENT RESULT SCORE ATTEN. Sept. 3 at Oregon State W 29-28 (ot) 41,581 Sept. 10 at Southern Utah L 35-14 6,238 Sept. 17 at Weber State L 49-17 8,362 Sept. 24 MONTANA* (10/9) W 42-28 12,751 Oct. 1 at Montana State* (4/4) L 31-21 18,847 Oct. 8 at Northern Colorado* W 14-0 1,189 Oct. 22 EASTERN WASHINGTON* L 42-35 (ot) 10,705 Oct. 29 NORTHERN ARIZONA* L 27-26 6,119 Nov. 5 at Portland State* L 29-20 4,635 Nov. 12 IDAHO STATE* W 24-9 5,317 Nov. 19 UC DAVIS L 23-19 12,874 (The Sports Network Poll/FCS Coaches Poll)

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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 Comp-Att-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 RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS ATTENDANCE (Avg.) SCORE BY QUARTERS Sacramento State Opponents

HORNETS OPPONENTS 261 301 23.7 27.4 191 209 86 90 88 101 17 18 1,810 1,837 2,030 2,157 220 320 421 445 4.3 4.1 164.5 167.0 17 21 1,936 2,306 159-309-6 189-339-9 6.3 6.8 12.2 12.2 176.0 209.6 13 12 3,746 4,143 730 784 5.1 5.3 340.5 376.6 52-1060 42-1012 7-82 17-97 9-139 6-110 20.4 24.1 11.7 5.7 15.4 18.3 18-12 18-9 72-640 68-619 58.2 56.3 64-2199 43-1721 34.4 40.0 31.6 35.3 29:53 30:07 53/159 65/172 33% 38% 15/27 9/24 56% 38% 24-147 15-82 0 6 36 35 3-8 18-26 26-40 65% 34-45 76% 23-40 57% 19-45 42% 47,766 (9,553) 80,852 (13.475)

RUSHING

Player GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G Bryan Hilliard 11 168 703 38 665 4.0 7 49 60.5 Jeff Fleming 7 82 465 83 382 4.7 5 38 54.6 Sam McCowan 11 53 323 16 307 5.8 1 43 27.9 Garrett Safron 5 53 307 21 286 5.4 3 34 57.2 Jake Croxdale 11 35 169 11 158 4.5 0 25 14.4 Morris Norrise 10 5 22 2 20 4.0 0 8 2.0 DeAndre Carter 8 1 14 0 14 14.0 0 14 1.8 S.Tezanos-Pinto 7 8 15 1 14 1.8 1 5 2.0 Tommy Edwards 3 1 4 0 4 4.0 0 4 1.3 Curtis Shaw 1 4 4 4 0 0.0 0 4 0.0 Chase Deadder 6 2 2 2 0 0.0 0 2 0.0 Brandyn Reed 8 1 0 6 -6 -6.0 0 0 -0.8 TEAM 8 8 2 36 -34 -4.2 0 2 -4.2 Total 11 421 2030 220 1810 4.3 17 49 164.5 Opponents 11 445 2157 320 1837 4.1 21 66 167.0

PASSING

Player Jeff Fleming Garrett Safron Tommy Edwards TEAM Morris Norrise Total Opponents

RECEIVING

Player Morris Norrise John Hendershott Brandyn Reed Chase Deadder DeAndre Carter Kenonte Howard Sam McCowan DJ Maciel Jake Croxdale Justin Chastain Chris Broadnax Reese Heaslet Curtis Shaw T.J. Knowles Total Opponents

GP Effic Att-Cmp-Int Pct Yds TD Lng Avg/G 7 110.72 105-193-5 54.4 1138 7 50 162.6 5 117.54 24-57-0 42.1 394 3 48 78.8 3 114.75 29-56-1 51.8 365 2 63 121.7 8 0.00 0-2-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 10 757.60 1-1-0 100.0 39 1 39 3.9 11 114.09 159-309-6 51.5 1936 13 63 176.0 11 119.26 189-339-9 55.8 2306 12 95 209.6

GP No. Yds Avg TD Lg Avg/G 10 38 471 12.4 0 41 47.1 11 31 264 8.5 0 40 24.0 8 26 542 20.8 6 63 67.8 6 15 152 10.1 4 21 25.3 8 12 161 13.4 0 39 20.1 11 7 80 11.4 0 15 7.3 11 7 54 7.7 1 20 4.9 10 6 53 8.8 2 20 5.3 11 5 22 4.4 0 18 2.0 9 4 33 8.2 0 12 3.7 9 3 29 9.7 0 13 3.2 11 3 19 6.3 0 14 1.7 1 1 34 34.0 0 34 34.0 5 1 22 22.0 0 22 4.4 11 159 1936 12.2 13 63 176.0 11 189 2306 12.2 12 95 209.6

1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total 43 93 63 54 8 261 46 84 62 95 14 301

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Player G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G Jeff Fleming 7 275 382 1138 1520 217.1 Garrett Safron 5 110 286 394 680 136.0 Bryan Hilliard 11 168 665 0 665 60.5 Tommy Edwards 3 57 4 365 369 123.0 Sam McCowan 11 53 307 0 307 27.9 Jake Croxdale 11 35 158 0 158 14.4 Morris Norrise 10 6 20 39 59 5.9 DeAndre Carter 8 1 14 0 14 1.8 StephenTezanos-Pinto 7 8 14 0 14 2.0 Brandyn Reed 8 1 -6 0 -6 -0.8 TEAM 8 10 -34 0 -34 -4.2 Total 11 730 1810 1936 3746 340.5 Opponents 11 784 1837 2306 4143 376.6

SCORING

|--------------PATs--------------| Player TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points Bryan Hilliard 7 0-0 0-0 1-1 0 0-0 0 0 44 Brandyn Reed 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 38 Jason Diniz 0 3-8 26-28 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 35 Jeff Fleming 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 2-4 0 0 30 Chase Deadder 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 24 Garrett Safron 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 2-2 0 0 18 Kyle Monson 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 DJ Maciel 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 Sam McCowan 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 John Hendershott 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 8 Ben Cowger 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 StephenTezanos-Pinto 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Markell Williams 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 David Coleman 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Morris Norrise 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 2 T.J. Knowles 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 2 Total 36 3-8 26-28 1-1 4 4-6 0 0 261 Opponents 35 18-26 31-31 0-1 3 3-3 0 0 301

PUNT RETURNS

Player No. Yds Avg TD Long Kyle Monson 4 26 6.5 0 8 Chase Deadder 2 17 8.5 0 0 Ryan McMahon 1 9 9.0 0 0 Markell Williams 0 30 0.0 1 30 Total 7 82 11.7 1 30 Opponents 17 97 5.7 0 36

KICK RETURNS Player John Hendershott DeAndre Carter Sam McCowan Jake Croxdale Marquese Smith Kyle Monson Total Opponents

No. Yds Avg TD Long 31 668 21.5 1 91 8 170 21.2 0 48 6 129 21.5 0 25 5 66 13.2 0 20 1 11 11.0 0 11 1 16 16.0 0 16 52 1060 20.4 1 91 42 1012 24.1 1 92

INTERCEPTIONS

Player No. Yds Avg TD Long Osagie Odiase 2 10 5.0 0 10 Joe Larche 2 24 12.0 0 24 Kyle Monson 2 73 36.5 2 49 Todd Davis 1 1 1.0 0 1 Evander Wilkins 1 18 18.0 0 18 David Coleman 1 13 13.0 0 13 Total 9 139 15.4 2 49 Opponents 6 110 18.3 1 75

FUMBLE RETURNS Player David Coleman Joe Larche Ben Cowger Total Opponents

No. Yds Avg TD Long 1 4 4.0 1 4 1 58 58.0 0 58 0 0 0.0 1 0 2 62 31.0 2 58 1 31 31.0 0 31

ALL PURPOSE

Player G Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Avg/G John Hendershott 11 0 264 0 668 0 932 84.7 Bryan Hilliard 11 665 0 0 0 0 665 60.5 Brandyn Reed 8 -6 542 0 0 0 536 67.0 Morris Norrise 10 20 471 0 0 0 491 49.1 Sam McCowan 11 307 54 0 129 0 490 44.5 Jeff Fleming 7 382 0 0 0 0 382 54.6 DeAndre Carter 8 14 161 0 170 0 345 43.1 Garrett Safron 5 286 0 0 0 0 286 57.2 Jake Croxdale 11 158 22 0 66 0 246 22.4 Chase Deadder 6 0 152 17 0 0 169 28.2 Kyle Monson 11 0 0 26 16 73 115 10.5 Kenonte Howard 11 0 80 0 0 0 80 7.3 DJ Maciel 10 0 53 0 0 0 53 5.3 Curtis Shaw 1 0 34 0 0 0 34 34.0 Justin Chastain 9 0 33 0 0 0 33 3.7 Markell Williams 11 0 0 30 0 0 30 2.7 Chris Broadnax 9 0 29 0 0 0 29 3.2 Joe Larche 11 0 0 0 0 24 24 2.2 T.J. Knowles 5 0 22 0 0 0 22 4.4 Reese Heaslet 11 0 19 0 0 0 19 1.7 Evander Wilkins 11 0 0 0 0 18 18 1.6 S. Tezanos-Pinto 7 14 0 0 0 0 14 2.0 David Coleman 11 0 0 0 0 13 13 1.2 Marquese Smith 11 0 0 0 11 0 11 1.0 Osagie Odiase 7 0 0 0 0 10 10 1.4 Ryan McMahon 11 0 0 9 0 0 9 0.8 Tommy Edwards 3 4 0 0 0 0 4 1.3 Todd Davis 11 0 0 0 0 1 1 0.1 TEAM 8 -34 0 0 0 0 -34 -4.2 Total 11 1810 1936 82 1060 139 5027 457.0 Opponents 11 1837 2306 97 1012 110 5362 487.5

PUNTING

Player Augie Heath Smith Heath TEAM Total Opponents

No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 Blkd 47 1666 35.4 50 4 14 8 1 16 533 33.3 42 0 5 4 0 1 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 64 2199 34.4 50 4 19 12 1 43 1721 40.0 75 6 9 11 3

FIELD GOALS Player Jason Diniz

FGM-FGA Pct. 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ Lg Blk 3-8 37.5 0-0 2-5 1-2 0-1 0-0 32 1

FIELD GOAL SEQUENCE

Opponent Sacramento State Opponents Oregon State 28 (29),(45),27 Southern Utah - (27),(36),25 Weber State (32) 35,45 Montana 25 36 Montana State 22 (26) Northern Colorado - 27 Eastern Washington 32,44 (28),(41) Northern Arizona - (28),(31) Portland State - (46),49,(45),46,(22) Idaho State - (29),(32),(23) UC Davis (23),(25) (33),(22),(23) Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

KICKOFFS

Player Jason Diniz Total Opponents

No. Yds 46 2873 46 2873 61 3794

Avg 62.5 62.5 62.2

TB OB Retn Net YdLn 3 1 3 1 1012 39.2 30 9 0 1060 41.9 28

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2012 HORNET FOOTBALL 2011 REVIEW GAME-BY-GAME PASSING Jeff Fleming Att Comp Int Pct at Oregon State 22 35 0 62.9 at Southern Utah 10 27 0 37.0 at Weber State 17 39 3 43.6 Montana 18 27 0 66.7 at Montana State 19 35 1 54.3 at Northern Colorado 0 0 0 --- Eastern Washington Northern Arizona at Portland State 19 30 1 63.3 Idaho State UC Davis Totals 105 193 5 54.4

Yards 257 78 230 224 220 0 Did Not Play Did Not Play 129 Did Not Play Did Not Play 1138

TD 3 0 1 2 1 0

Long 34 21 36 41 50 ---

Sack 2 2 0 1 2 0

Yds 9 13 0 3 12 0

Effic 152.82 61.30 86.21 160.80 110.80 ---

0

12

4

28

92.79

7

50

11

65

110.72

Garrett Safron Eastern Washington Northern Arizona at Portland State Idaho State UC Davis Totals

Att 1 5 0 7 11 24

Comp 1 7 2 16 31 57

Int 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct 100.0 71.4 0.0 43.8 35.5 42.1

Yards 9 130 0 100 155 394

TD 0 2 0 1 0 3

Long 9 48 0 40 33 48

Sack 0 0 0 1 3 4

Yds 0 0 0 4 13 17

Effic 175.60 321.71 0.00 116.88 77.48 117.54

Tommy Edwards Eastern Washington Northern Arizona Idaho State Totals

Att 18 10 1 29

Comp 26 24 6 56

Int 0 1 0 1

Pct 69.2 41.7 16.7 51.8

Yards 223 129 13 365

TD 2 0 0 2

Long 63 39 13 63

Sack 0 0 0 0

Yds 0 0 0 0

Effic 166.66 78.48 34.87 114.75

GAME-BY-GAME RUSHING Player No-Yds/TD OSU SUU WSU UM MSU NC EWU NAU PSU ISU UCD Bryan Hilliard 168-665/7 14-34/0 18-101/2 19-73/1 22-100/0 14-56/1 31-106/0 18-78/1 9-16/1 5-58/0 14-35/1 4-8/0 Jeff Fleming 82-382/5 13-39/0 13-38/0 8-57/0 9-59/2 13-52/0 13-59/1 DNP DNP 13-78/2 DNP DNP Sam McCowan 53-307/1 0-0/0 3-38/0 7-47/0 14-66/1 3-3/0 3-0/0 4-80/0 4-18/0 5-33/0 9-20/0 1-2/0 Garrett Safron 53-286/3 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 15-100/1 7-19/0 0-0/0 17-74/1 14-93/1 Jake Croxdale 35-158/0 0-0/0 3-31/0 4-27/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 4-12/0 2-16/0 2-7/0 4-9/0 5-22/0 11-34/0 Morris Norrise 5-20/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 5-20/0 DNP 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 DeAndre Carter 1-14/0 DNP DNP 0-0/0 1-14/0 DNP 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 Stephen Tezanos-Pinto 8-14/1 0-0/0 0-0/0 DNP 0-0/0 0-0/0 DNP 7-15/1 1--1/0 DNP 0-0/0 DNP Tommy Edwards 1-4/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-4/0 0-0/0 DNP 0-0/0 DNP Curtis Shaw 4-0/0 4-0/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Chase Deadder 2-0/0 1--2/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-2/0 0-0/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0/0 Brandyn Reed 1--6/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 DNP 0-0/0 1--6/0 DNP DNP 0-0/0 TEAM 8--34/0 0-0/0 DNP 0-0/0 2--3/0 DNP 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 DNP 4--8/0 2-(-23)/0

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Player Brandyn Reed Morris Norrise John Hendershott DeAndre Carter Chase Deadder Kenonte Howard Sam McCowan DJ Maciel Curtis Shaw Justin Chastain Chris Broadnax T.J. Knowles Jake Croxdale Reese Heaslet

No-Yds/TD OSU SUU WSU UM MSU NC EWU NAU PSU ISU UCD 26-542/6 6-85/2 1-7/0 0-0/0 1-37/1 6-132/1 DNP 1-63/1 7-140/1 DNP DNP 4-78/0 38-471/0 6-89/0 0-0/0 7-127/0 6-96/0 2-7/0 0-0/0 4-34/0 DNP 6-27/0 2-21/0 5-70/0 31-264/0 3-19/0 4-22/0 1-8/0 4-29/0 8-57/0 0-0/0 3-25/0 2-32/0 3-14/0 3-58/0 0-0/0 12-161/0 DNP DNP 2-28/0 2-27/0 DNP 0-0/0 4-32/0 1-39/0 3-35/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 15-152/4 6-61/2 3-44/0 2-20/1 4-27/1 0-0/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0/0 7-80/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-13/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-15/0 0-0/0 4-45/0 1-7/0 0-0/0 7-54/1 0-0/0 0-0/0 4-34/0 0-0/0 1-2/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 2-18/1 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 6-53/2 0-0/0 DNP 0-0/0 1-8/0 1-20/0 0-0/0 2-17/1 0-0/0 1-3/0 1-5/1 0-0/0 1-34/0 1-34/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 4-33/0 1-8/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-12/0 1-3/0 1-10/0 DNP DNP 3-29/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 DNP 0-0/0 0-0/0 2-16/0 1-13/0 0-0/0 DNP 0-0/0 1-22/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-22/0 0-0/0 5-22/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-2/0 0-0/0 1-18/0 0-0/0 1--5/0 0-0/0 2-7/0 3-19/0 0-0/0 2-5/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-14/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0

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2012 HORNET FOOTBALL 2011 REVIEW DEFENSIVE STATISTICS TotalTackles Sacks Pass QB Fumble Forced Blocked Players GP Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds No-Yards Int-Yds BrUp Hurry Rcv-Yds Fumble Kick Saf Todd Davis 11 47 49 96 5.5-17 1.0-8 1-1 . 1 . 2 . . Ryan McMahon 11 47 39 86 3.5-14 1.0-8 . 5 . . . 1 . Jeff Badger 11 45 40 85 7.0-27 2.0-14 . 3 3 . . . . Joe Larche 11 38 32 70 0.5-1 . 2-24 7 . 1-58 1 . . Zack Nash 11 27 25 52 15.0-71 10.5-58 . 2 5 . 3 1 . David Coleman 11 23 24 47 6.0-15 1.5-5 1-13 2 2 1-4 . . . Kyle Monson 11 29 14 43 1.0-13 . 2-73 9 . 1-0 1 . . Evander Wilkins 11 21 21 42 5.5-17 1.5-11 1-18 6 . 1-0 1 . . Osagie Odiase 7 25 16 41 2.5-6 . 2-10 6 . . 1 . . Henry Fernandez 11 17 16 33 3.0-10 1.0-5 . 1 1 . 1 . . Matt Lawrence 11 15 17 32 5.0-16 1.0-9 . . 2 1-0 . . . Marquese Smith 11 22 10 32 1.5-9 1.0-8 . 3 . . . . . John Bloomfield 11 6 23 29 2.5-4 . . . . . . . . Matt Agaiava 11 14 13 27 1.0-2 . . . 2 . . . . Cody Allen 11 6 6 12 1.0-1 . . . . . . . . Trent Eskew 11 4 7 11 0.5-1 0.5-1 . . 2 . . . . Marques White 10 4 7 11 1.0-3 1.0-3 . . . . . . . Jason Diniz 11 4 6 10 . . . . . . . . . Markell Williams 11 5 4 9 1.0-5 1.0-5 . . . . . . . Jake Croxdale 11 7 2 9 . . . 1 . 1-0 . . . Nathan Castro 9 4 4 8 3.0-6 . . . 1 . . . . Ben Cowger 10 1 6 7 2.0-14 1.0-12 . 2 . 1-0 1 . . Maika Maumau 9 1 5 6 . . . . . . . . . Dexter Alcala 7 1 2 3 . . . . . . . . . Randey Peterson 11 2 1 3 . . . . . . . . . Corey Vanderbeek 11 1 2 3 . . . . . . . . . Sam McCowan 11 2 . 2 . . . . . 1-0 . . . Tommy Edwards 3 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . Corey Sims 4 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . Avery White 6 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . Smith Heath 3 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . John Hendershott 11 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . Chase Deadder 6 1 . 1 . . . . . . 1 2 . Alesana Laban 3 1 . 1 1.0-1 . . . . . . . . Brandyn Reed 8 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . Devonte Martin 10 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . James Bobak 11 . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . Total 11 424 394 818 69-253 24-147 9-139 47 19 9-62 12 4 . Opponents 11 376 364 740 62.0-181 15-82 6-110 40 18 12-31 10 4 .

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2012 HORNET FOOTBALL 2011 REVIEW GAME-BY-GAME TACKLES Player Todd Davis Ryan McMahon Jeff Badger Joe Larche Zack Nash David Coleman Kyle Monson Evander Wilkins Osagie Odiase Henry Fernandez Marquese Smith Matt Lawrence John Bloomfield Matt Agaiava Cody Allen Marques White Trent Eskew Jason Diniz Jake Croxdale Markell Williams Nathan Castro Ben Cowger Maika Maumau Corey Vanderbeek Randey Peterson Dexter Alcala Sam McCowan Avery White Alesana Laban Corey Sims Brandyn Reed Chase Deadder Smith Heath Devonte Martin Tommy Edwards John Hendershott

UA-A-TOT 47-49-96 47-39-86 45-40-85 38-32-70 27-25-52 23-24-47 29-14 -43 21-21-42 25-16-41 17-16-33 22-10-32 15-17-32 6-23-29 14-13-27 7-6-13 4-7-11 4-7-11 4-6-10 7-2-9 5-4-9 4-4-8 1-6-7 1-5-6 1-2-3 2-1-3 1-2-3 2-0-2 0-1-1 1-0-1 0-1-1 1-0-1 1-0-1 1-0-1 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-1-1

OSU SUU WSU UM 6-6 7-2 4-4 3-8 3-7 9-0 4-5 7-5 5-1 2-1 5-3 2-3 4-3 5-4 4-4 1-2 2-3 4-0 1-2 2-2 3-2 2-3 0-1 1-1 4-0 2-2 4-3 2-0 2-3 3-3 0-1 1-0 1-5 7-1 DNP 1-1 - 4-0 2-5 1-2 0-1 1-0 6-3 0-1 1-0 0-3 1-1 3-0 - 0-1 0-1 1-2 2-0 0-1 - 2-1 3-2 1-0 2-3 - 2-0 0-3 - - - 1-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 - - 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 2-1 3-0 - 1-0 - DNP DNP 1-0 - 0-2 0-1 - - 0-2 - DNP 0-1 - - - - - - 1-1 - - - DNP - - - - - DNP DNP DNP DNP - 1-0 DNP DNP - - - 0-1 - - 1-0 - - - 1-0 - DNP DNP DNP DNP - - 1-0 - DNP DNP DNP DNP - - - -

MSU NC 2-3 5-5 7-3 3-3 4-3 5-5 5-3 2-1 3-3 2-3 3-4 1-1 3-0 2-1 1-1 3-1 1-1 3-3 2-3 1-2 1-0 - 3-3 0-4 2-2 1-2 - 4-3 - - 1-0 - - 0-1 - 0-1 2-0 - - - 1-0 0-2 0-1 0-2 - 0-1 - 0-1 - - 1-0 - - - - - DNP DNP DNP DNP - DNP - DNP DNP DNP - - DNP DNP - -

EWU NAU PSU ISU 2-5 4-6 4-0 7-3 2-6 2-4 4-0 3-2 2-6 3-9 7-2 6-3 2-5 4-5 7-1 - 0-3 3-6 3-0 7-1 2-3 5-2 3-1 1-3 3-2 1-4 2-0 4-1 3-4 1-2 1-1 3-0 DNP DNP DNP 7-2 0-1 0-1 3-1 - 5-3 5-2 4-0 - 1-1 1-2 2-0 2-0 0-1 0-6 1-1 1-4 0-3 - 2-0 2-2 - 0-1 - - - DNP 0-3 1-0 0-2 0-1 - - 0-2 - 2-0 1-1 - 0-1 - - - 1-3 0-1 - - 1-0 1-1 - - - DNP - - 0-1 DNP 1-0 - 1-1 - - - 1-0 - - 0-1 0-1 DNP DNP - 1-0 1-0 - - 0-1 DNP - DNP DNP DNP - DNP DNP DNP DNP - - DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-0 - - - DNP - - - 1-0 DNP - - 0-1 - -

UCD 3-7 3-4 4-4 4-4 0-2 2-3 2-1 3-5 5-3 4-1 1-3 0-3 2-3 1-0 0-1 2-0 0-1 0-1 1-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP -

GAME-BY-GAME TACKLES FOR LOSS Player Zack Nash Jeff Badger David Coleman Evander Wilkins Todd Davis Matt Lawrence Ryan McMahon Nathan Castro Henry Fernandez Osagie Odiase John Bloomfield Ben Cowger Marquese Smith Marques White Matt Agaiava Alesana Laban Cody Allen Markell Williams Kyle Monson Trent Eskew Joe Larche

UA-A-TOT 14-2-15.0 6-2-7.0 4-4-6.0 3-5-5.5 4-3-5.5 3-4-5.0 3-1-3.5 2-2-3.0 3-0-3.0 2-1-2.5 1-3-2.5 1-2-2.0 1-1-1.5 1-0-1.0 1-0-1.0 1-0-1.0 1-0-1.0 1-0-1.0 1-0-1.0 0-1-0.5 0-1-0.5

OSU SUU WSU UM MSU NC EWU NAU PSU ISU UCD 1.0-5 1.0-1 - 0.5-1 1.0-10 2.0-7 0.5-4 1.0-7 2.0-6 6.0-30 1.0-6 - - - 1.0-1 - - 1.5-1 1.5-5 2.0-14 - 0.5-1 - 0.5-1 - 1.0-4 1.5-4 1.0-3 1.0-1 - 0.5-1 - 1.0-2 - - 0.5-1 1.0-1 0.5-4 - 0.5-1 1.0-7 1.0-1 - - - 1.0-0 - 2.5-8 - - 1.0-1 1.0-8 - 0.5-0 - 1.0-1 - 0.5-1 - 1.5-4 1.0-9 - 0.5-1 - 2.0-5 - - - 0.5-1 - - - 1.0-8 DNP DNP 1.0-3 - - 1.0-1 - 1.0-2 - - - - - - 1.0-5 - - - - - 2.0-5 - - DNP - - - DNP DNP DNP 0.5-1 2.0-5 - - - - - 1.5-2 - 0.5-1 - 0.5-1 - - - - - 1.0-2 - - DNP - 1.0-12 - - 1.0-8 - - - - 0.5-1 - - 1.0-3 - - - - - - DNP - - - - - - - 1.0-2 - - - - - 1.0-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP - DNP - - 1.0-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1.0-5 - - - - - - - 1.0-13 - - - - - - - - - - 0.5-1 - - - - - - - 0.5-1 - - - - - -

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Player Zack Nash Jeff Badger David Coleman Evander Wilkins Todd Davis Ben Cowger Henry Fernandez Marquese Smith Marques White Matt Lawrence Markell Williams Ryan McMahon Trent Eskew

UA-A-TOT OSU SUU WSU UM MSU NC EWU NAU PSU ISU UCD 10-1-10.5 1.0-5 1.0-1 - - 1.0-10 1.0-4 0.5-4 1.0-7 - 5.0-27 2-0-2.0 - - - - - - - - - 2.0-14 1-1-1.5 - - - - - - 0.5-2 1.0-3 - - 1-1-1.5 - - - - - - 0.5-4 - - 1.0-7 1-0-1.0 - - - - - - - - - 1.0-8 1-0-1.0 - - - - - - - - DNP - 1.0-12 1-0-1.0 - - - - 1.0-5 - - - - - 1-0-1.0 - - 1.0-8 - - - - - - - 1-0 -1.0 1.0-3 - - - - - - DNP - - 1-0-1.0 - - - - - - - - 1.0-9 - 1-0-1.0 - - - - - - - 1.0-5 - - 1-0-1.0 - - - - - - - - - 1.0-8 0-1-0.5 - - - - - - 0.5-1 - - - -

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Final Score By Quarter First Downs Score 1 2 3 4 (ot) 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

29 0 14 7 0 (8)

4-13-3-20

32-71-0

23-36-0-296-4

68-367

5-36.4 2-2

4-22 7/14 29:51

Oregon State

28

13-9-0-22

43-266-3

19-36-1-230-0

79-496

4-38.5

7-75

Hornets

14 7 7 0 0

11-2-1-14

37-208-2

10-27-0-78-0

64-286

6-35.8 2-2 7-59 2/14 25:49

Southern Utah 35 0 20 8 7

6-14-2-22

37-128-3

30-38-0-271-0

75-399

3-27.3 0-0

Hornets

17 0 3 7 7

9-12-2-23

38-204-1

17-39-3-230-1

77-434

7-35.9 0-0 9-75 5/14 31:46

Weber State 49 7 7 14 21

0

3

3 15 (7)

1-1

8/16

30:09

4-32 5/15 34:11

17-10-1-28

44-324-3

17-33-0-198-3

77-522

4-43.5 2-1 11-107 7/15 28:14

Montana

28 7 7 7 7

6-7-4-17

32-139-3

12-27-3-184-1

59-323

4-39.5 1-1 6-45 6/11 19:17

Hornets

42 7 14 14 7

13-10-1-24

49-238-3

18-27-0-224-2

76-462

3-39.0 1-1

Hornets

21 7 7 0 7

9-7-6-22

30-111-1

19-35-1-220-1

65-331

5-39.8 1-1 7-64 3/12 27:42

Montana State 31 3 14 7 7

10-8-2-20

44-207-2

16-25-0-246-2

70-453

5-33.2 0-0

7-0-0-7

51-177-1

0-0-0-0-0

51-177

8-25.4 3-2 6-60 2/12 30:58

2-2-1-5

62-72-0

Hornets

14 0 7 7 0

Northern Colo. 0 0 0 0 0

8-76 9/18 32:18

62-72

5-39.8 7-2 4-33 2/17 29:02

5-17-2-24

22-99-1

29-45-1-357-4

67-456

2-43.5

13-11-0-24

52-313-3

19-28-0-232-2

80-545

3-23.2 0-0

8-70 8/17 36:24

Northern Ariz. 27 7 10 3 7

10-9-3-22

50-257-2

16-30-1-167-1

80-424

3-38.0 0-0

7-80 7/17 38:37

Hornets

26 7 7 6 6

1-12-3-16

24-53-1

15-32-1-259-2

56-312

5-37.2 1-1 5-60 5/12 21:23

Hornets

Eastern Wash.

42

7

6

0 22 (7)

Hornets

35 7 7 14 7 (0)

3-13-0-29-0

9-71 8/16 40:43

0-0

4-20

7/13

23:36

20 0 14 0 6

5-9-0-14

27-178-2

19-32-1-129-0

59-307

8-35.4 0-0

Portland State 29 9 7 10 3

8-10-1-19

48-150-2

12-25-1-271-1

73-421

2-43.0 3-1 10-89 5/15 32:33

Idaho State

9 3 3 3 0

5-8-1-14

32-18-0

22-44-1-182-0

76-200

5-40.4 2-2 3-18 4/19 29:16

Hornets

24 8 0 8 8

5-6-1-12

49-143-2

8-22-0-113-1

71-256

6-27.2 3-3 4-40 6/19 30:44

UC Davis

23 3 7 7 6

8-7-0-15

44-206-2

14-23-1-171-0

67-377

6-43.2 2-1 4-44 5/16 34:04

Hornets

19 0 13 0 6

7-6-2-15

32-114-1

11-31-0-155-0

63-269

8-33.0 5-0

OFFENSIVE STARTERS OSU SUU WSU UM MSU NC EWU NAU PSU ISU UCD

LT LG Doverspike DePauw Doverspike DePauw Doverspkie DePauw Doverspike DePauw Doverspike DePauw Doverspike DePauw Doverspike DePauw Doverspike DePauw Doverspike DePauw Doverspike DePauw Doverspike DePauw

DEFENSIVE STARTERS OSU SUU WSU UM MSU NC EWU NAU PSU ISU UCD

DE NT Coleman Lawrence Coleman Lawrence Coleman Lawrence Coleman Lawrence Coleman Lawrence Coleman Lawrence Coleman Lawrence Coleman Lawrence Coleman Lawrence Coleman Lawrence Coleman Lawrence

7-60 4/13 27:27

6-60 3/16 25:56

C RG RT TE QB RB WR WR WR Pfaff Worthley Weaver Heaslett Fleming Hilliard Norrise Howard Deadder Pfaff Worthley Weaver Heaslet Fleming Hilliard Norrise Reed Deadder Pfaff Worthley Weaver Heaslet Fleming Hilliard Norisse Hendershott Deadder Pfaff Worthley Stickney Heaslet Fleming HIlliard Norisse Hendershott Deadder Pfaff Worthley Sttickney Maciel Fleming McCowan Broadnax (TE) Reed Deadder Pfaff Worthley Stickney Maciel Fleming McCowan Norrise Hendershott D. Carter Pfaff Worthley Stickney Maciel Safron Hilliard Norrise Hendershott Broadnax (TE) Pfaff Worthley Stickney Maciel Edwards Hilliard Broadnax Hendershott Reed Pfaff Worthley Stickney Maceil Fleming Hilliard Broadnax Hendershott D. Carter Pfaff Worthley Stickney Maciel Safron Croxdale Norrise Howard D. Carter Pfaff Worthley Stickney Maciel Safron Croxdale Reed Hendershott D. Carter

DT Agaiava Agaiava Agaiava Agaiava Agaiava Agaiava Agaiava Agaiava Agaiava Agaiava Agaiava

DE Nash Nash Nash Nash Nash Nash Nash Nash Nash Nash Nash

WLB Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis

MLB Buck/NB CB Badger Wilkins Odiase Badger Wilkins Odiase Badger Wilkins M. Smith Badger Wilkins Odiase Badger Bloomfield (LB) Odiase Badger Wilkins Odiase Badger Wilkins M. Smith Badger Wilkins M. Smith Badger Wilkins M. Smith Badger Wilkins Odiase Badger Wilkins Odiase

CB Monson Monson Monson Monson Monson Monson Monson Monson Monson Monson Monson

FS Larche Larche Larche Larche Larche Larche Larche Larche Larche Larche Larche

SS McMahon McMahon McMahon McMahon McMahon McMahon McMahon McMahon McMahon McMahon McMahon

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2012 HORNET FOOTBALL 2011 REVIEW SACRAMENTO STATE SCORING DRIVES No. of Total Drive Type of Score Drive Opponent Plays Yards Time Score Time/Qtr Start Oregon State 6 69 2:24 TD 9:23/2nd SAC 31 Oregon State 10 70 4:31 TD 2:39/2nd SAC 30 Oregon State 7 75 3:04 TD 7:40/3rd SAC 25 Oregon State 6 25 --- TD OT OSU 25 Southern Utah 4 44 1:31 TD 9:41/1st SUU 44 Southern Utah 16 80 6:28 TD 3:39/2nd SAC 20 Weber State 10 68 4:59 FG 2:08/2nd Weber State 5 72 1:19 TD 1:34/3rd SAC 28 Weber State 8 68 2:35 TD 9:57/4th SAC 32 Montana 13 82 7:20 TD 7:40/1st SAC 18 Montana 5 14 2:27 TD 10:23/2nd UM 14 Montana 3 68 1:09 TD 7:45/2nd SAC 32 Montana --- --- --- TD 13:05/3rd --- Montana 3 69 1:23 TD 7:31/3rd SAC 31 Montana 14 80 8:50 TD 10:13/4th SAC 20 Montana State 10 80 5:44 TD 0:12/1st SAC 20 Montana State --- --- --- TD 8:21/2nd --- Montana State 6 80 2:34 TD 7:42/4th SAC 20 Northern Colo. 3 20 1:13 TD 1:13/2nd NC 20

Scoring Play Deaddder 19 pass from Fleming Dedder 4 pass from Fleming Reed 39 pass from Norrise Reed 6 pass from Fleming Hilliard 2 run Hilliard 1 run Diniz 32 FG Hilliard 3 run Deadder 4 pass from Fleming Deadder 7 pass from Fleming Fleming 7 run Fleming 9 run Williams 30 blocked punt return McCowan 42 run Reed 37 pass from Fleming Hilliard 15 run Hendershott 91 kickoff return Reed 16 pass from Fleming Fleming 15 run

OPPONENT SCORING DRIVES

No. of Total Drive Type of Score Opponent Plays Yards Time Score Time/Qtr Oregon State 10 70 4:31 FG 11:52/2nd Oregon State 9 43 4:04 FG 10:51/3rd Oregon State 11 62 5:19 TD 12:44/4th Oregon State 3 70 0:56 TD 8:08/4th Oregon State 2 25 --- TD OT Southern Utah 10 70 4:17 FG 14:11/2nd Southern Utah 5 40 1:46 TD 10:07/2nd Southern Utah --- --- --- TD 3:25/2nd Southern Utah 10 61 1:44 FG 0:01/2nd Southern Utah 7 80 3:05 TD 11:49/3rd Southern Utah 10 54 5:19 TD 1:40/4th Weber State 7 42 2:15 TD 5:49/1st Weber State 10 76 1:38 TD 0:23/2nd Weber State 9 60 2:52 TD 10:40/3rd Weber State 6 65 2:11 TD 7:32/3rd Weber State 5 37 1:38 TD 14:32/4th Weber State --- --- --- TD 12:38/4th Weber State 9 76 4:20 TD 5:32/4th Montana 9 73 3:14 TD 0:34/1st

Drive Scoring Start Play OSU 37 Romaine 29 FG OSU 29 Romaine 45 FG OSU 38 Agnew 1 run OSU 30 Agnew 4 run SAC 25 Agnew 17 run SUU 20 Cook 27 FG SAC 40 Alexander 12 run --- Minefee 92 kickoff return SUU 20 Cook 36 FG SUU 39 Minefee 1 run SUU 46 Alexander 3 run SAC 42 Kehano 12 pass from Hoke WSU 24 Ruaght 17 pass from Hoke WSU 40 Hoke 3 run WSU 35 Kehano 30 pass from Hoke SAC 37 Hinds 25 run --- James 75 interception return WSU 24 Booker 35 run UM 27 Moore 1 run

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

Coleman 4 fumble return Hilliard 5 run Safron 14 run Reed 63 pass from Edwards Tezaons-Pinto 1 run Maciel 8 pass from Edwards Monson 49 interception return McCowan 13 pass from Fleming Reed 24 pass from Fleming Hilliard 1 run Monson 24 interception return Fleming 1 run Fleming 8 run Maciel 5 pass from Safron Safron 34 run Hilliard 3 run Diniz 23 FG Cowger 0 fumble return Diniz 25 FG Safron 30 run

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

UM 25 UM 28 SAC 48 MSU 38 MSU 5 MSU 29 MSU 20 MSU 7 EWU 25 EWU 20 EWU 10 EWU 26 EWU 41 EWU 32 SAC 25 NAU 42 NAU 24 NAU 36 NAU 31 SAC 41 50 SAC 29 SAC 37 SAC 28 SAC 46 SAC 5 SAC 17 SAC 32 ISU 14 UCD 41 UCD 22 UCD 31 UCD 9 UCD 22

--- 11 12 7 12 10 --- 5 9 8 --- 1 5 2 4 6 7 --- 5 7

--- 89 63 73 67 70 --- 76 76 73 --- 1 49 6 42 60 49 --- 21 57

--- 4:50 6:34 3:18 6:36 5:20 --- 1:32 3:16 3:50 --- 0:03 1:37 0:37 1:00 2:32 1:55 --- 1:26 1:17

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

0:00/3rd 7:10/1st 13:33/2nd 11:37/3rd 3:07/3rd 2:44/4th 12:40/1st 13:06/2nd 8:43/3rd 4:53/4th 10:14/2nd 0:23/2nd 14:27/4th 4:08/1st 3:27/3rd 2:34/4th 11:35/2nd 10:34/2nd 1:55/2nd 0:00/4th

--- SAC 11 SAC 37 SAC 27 SAC 33 SAC 30 --- SAC 24 SAC 24 SAC 27 --- PSU 1 PSU 49 ISU 6 ISU 42 SAC 40 SAC 45 --- UCD 29 SAC 43

4 9 10 10 4 5 13 8 4 10 9 14 3 9 10 4 11 9 12 8 5 10 5 11 2 8 4 7 14 10 14 7 9 6

75 72 48 53 95 71 80 93 75 69 66 74 59 68 25 58 65 64 55 41 50 46 63 65 54 74 5 17 79 43 78 69 86 72

1:19 2:22 2:03 4:54 0:23 2:09 5:35 3:32 1:52 4:07 3:51 4:27 0:48 1:44 --- 1:17 5:55 4:21 4:50 3:18 1:31 4:26 1:49 5:03 0:03 3:12 0:40 1:28 4:08 4:35 6:58 3:44 4:31 2:20

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

8:58/2nd 5:10/3rd 0:28/4th 5:56/1st 8:33/2nd 6:12/2nd 5:41/3rd 14:29/4th 5:13/1st 9:20/2nd 1:16/2nd 11:10/4th 8:13/4th 0:55/4th OT 4:58/1st 7:06/2nd 1:08/2nd 3:48/3rd 8:50/4th 11:06/1st 4:22/1st 8:17/2nd 4:10/3rd 1:09/3rd 7:54/4th 14:15/1st 0:20/2nd 6:37/3rd 5:53/1st 3:31/2nd 7:34/3rd 5:23/4th 1:22/4th

Carver 33 pass from Johnson Johnson 4 run Moore 1 run Cunningham 26 FG Akpla 95 pass from McGhee Akpla 41 pass from McGhee Kirk 1 run Kirk 10 run Edwards 35 pass from Mitchell Jarrett 28 FG Jarrett 41 FG Edwards 16 pass from Mitchell Edwards 39 pass from Mitchell Edwards 22 pass from Mitchell Talley 1 run Bauman 44 run Myers 28 FG Paden 24 pass from Grossart Myers 31 FG Bauman 1 run Griffin 30 run Brown 46 FG Anderson 16 pass from Kavanaugh Brown 45 FG Kavanaugh 28 run Brown 22 FG Garcia 29 FG Garcia 32 FG Garcia 23 FG Kelley 33 FG Edmonson 8 run Silveira 1 run Kelley 22 FG Kelley 23 FG

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2012 HORNET FOOTBALL 2011 REVIEW HORNET SUPERLATIVES

OPPONENT SUPERLATIVES

Longest Rush: 49, Bryan Hilliard at Portland State Longest TD Run: 42 (td), Sam McCowan vs. Montana Longest Pass: 63 (td), Tommy Edwards to Brandyn Reed vs. Eastern Washington Longest TD Pass: 63, Tommy Edwards to Brandyn Reed vs. Eastern Washington Longest Punt Return: 30 (td), Markell Williams vs. Montana (blocked punt) Longest Kickoff Return: 91 (td), John Hendershott at Montana State Longest Interception Return: 49 (td), Kyle Monson vs. Northern Arizona Longest Fumble Return: 58, Joe Larche at Oregon State Most Punts: 8, Smith Heath at Portland State/Augie Heath vs. UC Davis Longest Punt: 50, Augie Heath at Southern Utah Most Field Goals: 2, Jason Diniz, vs. UC Davis Longest Field Goal: 32, Jason Diniz, at Weber State Most TDs Rushing: 2, Bryan Hilliard at SUU/Jeff Fleming vs. UM and at PSU Most TDs Receiving: 2, Chase Deadder & Brandyn Reed at Oregon State Most TDs Passing: 3, Jeff Fleming at Oregon State Most Rushing Attempts: 31, Bryan Hilliard at Northern Colorado Most Yards Rushing: 106, Bryan Hilliard at Northern Colorado Most Pass Attempts: 39, Jeff Fleming at Weber State Most Completions: 22, Jeff Fleming at Oregon State Most Yards Passing: 257, Jeff Fleming at Oregon State Most Interceptions Thrown: 3, Jeff Fleming at Weber State Most Receptions: 8, John Hendershott at Montana State Most Yards Receiving: 140, Brandyn Reed vs. Northern Arizona Most Total Offense: 296, Jeff Fleming at Oregon State Most All-Purpose Yards: 202, John Hendershott vs. Northern Arizona Most Tackles: 12, Todd Davis at OSU/Ryan McMahon vs. UM/Jeff Badger vs. NAU Most Solo Tackles: 9, Ryan McMahon at Southern Utah Most Sacks: 5.0, Zack Nash vs. Idaho State Most Tackles-for-Loss: 6.0, Zack Nash vs. Idaho State Most Interceptions: 2, Joe Larche vs. Montana Most Passes Broken Up: 3, Ryan McMahon vs. Montana/Kyle Monson vs. Idaho State * School Record

Longest Rush: 66, Colton Silveria, UC Davis Longest TD Run: 44, Zach Bauman, Northern Arizona Longest Pass: 95 (td), Denarius McGhee to Elvis Akpla, Montana State Longest TD Pass: 95 (td), Denarius McGhee to Elvis Akpla, Montana State Longest Punt Return: 36, Taylor Malenfant, Northern Arizona Longest Kickoff Return: 92 (td), Austin Minefee, Southern Utah Longest Interception Return: 75 (td), David James, Weber State Longest Fumble Return: 31, Taylor Malenfant, Northern Arizona Most Punts: 6, Colton Schmidt, UC Davis Longest Punt: 75, Brody McKnight, Montana Most Field Goals: 3, Zack Brown, PSU/Brendon Garcia, ISU/Sean Kelley, UCD Longest Field Goal: 46, Zack Brown, Portland State Most TDs Rushing: 3, Malcolm Agnew, Oregon State Most TDs Receiving: 2, Shaydon Kehano, WSU/Elvis Akpla, MSU Most TDs Passing: 3, Mike Hoke, Weber State Most Rushing Attempts: 38, Zach Bauman, Northern Arizona Most Yards Rushing: 246, Zach Bauman, Northern Arizona Most Pass Attempts: 37, Brad Sorensen, Southern Utah Most Completions: 30, Brad Sorensen, Southern Utah Most Yards Passing: 271, Brad Sorensen, Southern Utah Most Interceptions Thrown: 3, Jordan Johnson, Montana Most Receptions: 9, Rodrick Rumble, Idaho State Most Yards Receiving: 174, Elvis Akpla, Montana State Most Total Offense: 360, Connor Kavanaugh, Portland State Most All-Purpose Yards: 252, Zach Bauman, Northern Arizona Most Tackles: 20, A.J. Storms, Idaho State Most Solo Tackles: 9, A.J. Storms, Idaho State Most Sacks: 1.5, Tyler Osborne, Southern Utah Most Tackles-for-Loss: 3.0, Basim Hudeen, Idaho State Most Interceptions: 1, Six Times Most Passes Broken Up: 3, Tyree Mills, Southern Utah

Individual

Team

High Rushes 52 vs. Eastern Wash. Yards Rushing 313 vs. Eastern Wash. TD Rushes 3 vs. UM/vs. EWU Pass Attempts 39 at Weber State Pass Completions 23 at Oregon State Yards Passing 296 at Oregon State TD Passes 4 at Oregon State Total Plays 80 vs. Eastern Wash. Total Offense 545 vs. Eastern Wash. Points 42 vs. Montana Sacks By 10 vs. Idaho State First Downs 24 vs. UM/vs. EWU Penalties 9 at WSU/vs. UM Penalty Yards 75 at Weber State Turnovers 3 at WSU/vs. ISU Interceptions Thrown 3 at Weber State * School Record

TURNOVERS

Takeaways (Fum/Int): 18 (9/9) Giveaways (Fum/Int): 18 (12/6) Difference: Even (-3/+3) Points Off Turnovers Sacramento State: 67 Opponents: 27

Low 24 vs. Northern Ariz. 61 vs. Northern Ariz. 0 at Oregon State 0 at Northern Colorado 0 at Northern Colorado 0 at Northern Colorado 0 Four times 51 at Northern Colorado 177 at Northern Colorado 14 at SUU/at NC 0 vs. Montana 7 at Northern Colorado 4 at OSU/vs. ISU 22 at Oregon State 0 vs. EWU/vs. UCD 0 Seven times

KICKOFFS

Individual

Team

High Rushes 50 Northern Arizona Yards Rushing 324 Weber State TD Rushes 3 Four times Pass Attempts 45 Eastern Wash. Pass Completions 30 Southern Utah Yards Passing 357 Eastern Wash. TD Passes 4 Eastern Wash. Total Plays 80 Northern Arizona Total Offense 522 Weber State Points 49 Weber State Sacks By 4 Portland State First Downs 28 Weber State Penalties 11 Weber State Penalty Yards 107 Weber State Turnovers 4 Montana Interceptions Thrown 3 Montana

Kickoffs: 46 Touchbacks: 3 End Zone: 4 Out of Bounds: 1 Opponent Ret. (No.-Yds./Avg.): 42-1012/24.1 Opponent Touchdowns: 1 Onside Kicks Att. (Recovered by SAC/Att.): 0/1

Low 22 Eastern Wash. 18 Idaho State 0 NC/ISU 13 Northern Colorado 3 Northern Colorado 29 Northern Colorado 0 Five times 59 Montana 72 Northern Colorado 0 Northern Colorado 0 WSU/NC/EWU/NAU 5 Northern Colorado 3 Idaho State 18 Idaho State 0 Southern Utah 0 SUU/WSU/NC

KICKOFF RETURNS

Opponent Kickoffs: 61 Opponent Touchbacks: 9 End Zone: 14 Out of Bounds: 0 Returns (No.-Yds./Avg.): 52-1060/20.4 Touchdowns: 1 Onside Kicks Att. (Recovered by Opp./Att.): 0/1

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2012 HORNET FOOTBALL 2011 REVIEW Sept. 3 • Reser Stadium • Corvallis, Ore.

SACRAMENTO STATE 29 OREGON STATE 28 CORVALLIS, Ore. — Brandyn Reed followed his 6-yard touchdown with a dramatic two-point conversion grab to give Sacramento State a 29-28 overtime victory at Oregon State in front of a stunned crowd of 41,581 at Reser Stadium. In the overtime session, after OSU took the lead with a 17-yard run from Malcolm Agnew, the Hornets responded with a 6-play drive which ended when quarterback Jeff Fleming hit Reed in the center of the end zone to pull Sacramento State within one at 28-27. The Hornets then went for the win and Fleming lobbed the ball to the right side of the end zone where Reed went up to make the winning grab. After OSU took a 3-0 lead, the Hornets scored the next 14 points. Fleming gave the team the lead with a 19-yard pass to Chase Deadder with 9:23 left in the first half. The two connected again for a 4-yard TD to put the Hornets up 14-3 at the break. OSU trimmed its deficit with a 45-yard field goal from Trevor Romaine early in the second half but was immediately answered by a 39-yard pass from receiver Morris Norrise to Reed on a double pass. The Beavers bounced back behind Agnew who rushed for 166 yards in the second half including touchdowns of 1 and 4 yards. Both teams missed short field goals in the final minutes forcing overtime. Sacramento State’s Jason Diniz had his 28-yarder blocked with 2:35 remaining. The Beavers then drove to the Hornet 10-yard line but Romaine’s 27-yard attempt hit the right upright. SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 OT FINAL Sacramento State (1-0) 0 14 7 0 8 29 Oregon State (0-1) 0 3 3 15 7 28 SCORING SUMMARY Second Quarter 11:52 OSU Romaine 29 yd field goal 09:23 SAC Deadder 19 yd pass from Fleming (Diniz kick) 02:39 SAC Deadder 4 yd pass from Fleming (Diniz kick) Third Quarter 10:51 OSU Romaine 45 yd field goal 7:40 SAC Reed 39 yd pass from Norrise (Diniz kick) Fourth Quarter 12:44 OSU Agnew 1 yd run (Romaine kick) 08:08 OSU Agnew 4 yd run (Wheaton rec) Overtime --- OSU Agnew 17 yd run (Romaine kick) --- SAC Reed 6 yd pass from Fleming (Reed rec) TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

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SAC OSU 20 22 32-71 43-266 296 230 36-23-0 36-19-1 68-367 79-496 1-58 0-0 0-0 2-0 3-56 3-87 1-0 0-0 5-36.4 4-48.5 2-2 1-1 4-22 7-75 29:51 30:09 7 of 14 8 of 16 1 of 1 0 of 0 3-4 3-5 2-8 2-9

RUSHING: SAC: Fleming 13-39; Hilliard 14-34; Shaw 4-0; Deadder 1-(-2). OSU: Agnew 33-223; Katz 4-22; Mannion 1-13; Jenkins 3-5; Cooks 2-3. PASSING: SAC: Fleming 22-35-0-257-3; Norrise 1-1-0-39-1. OSU: Katz 11-22-1-87-0; Mannion 8-12-0-143-0. RECEIVING: SAC: 6-89; Reed 6-85; Deadder 6-61; Hendershott 3-19; Shaw 1-34; Chastain 1-8. OSU: Wheaton 6-108; Jenkins 4-55; Cooks 3-26; Prince 2-21; Bishop 2-13; Stevenson 2-7. INTERCEPTIONS: SAC: Odiase 1-0. OSU: None. FUMBLES: SAC: Deadder 1-1; Hilliard 1-1. OSU: Agnew 1-1. SACKS (UA-A): SAC: Nash 1.0-5; White 1.0-3. OSU: Masaniai 1.0-7; Crichton 1.0-2. TACKLE LEADERS: SAC: Davis 6-6-12; McMahon 3-7-10; Larche 4-3-7; Badger 5-1-6; Odiase 1-5-6. OSU: Unga 1-7-8; Poyer 5-2-7; Doctor 3-4-7; Mitchell 4-1-5; Watkins 2-3-5; Henry 1-4-5. ATTENDANCE: 41,581

Sept. 10 • Eccles Coliseum • Cedar City, Utah

SACRAMENTO STATE 14 SOUTHERN UTAH 35 CEDAR CITY, Utah — The Sacramento State offense, which fired on all cylinders a week ago at Oregon State, was never able to get going in a 35-14 loss at Southern Utah at Eccles Coliseum. The 12th-ranked Hornets built a 14-10 lead late in the first half behind a pair of touchdowns from running back Bryan Hilliard. However, Southern Utah took the lead when Austin Minefee returned the ensuing kickoff 92 yards for a touchdown and Colton Cook added a 36-yard field goal in the final seconds of the half. Minefee added to the Thunderbird advantage in the third quarter with a 1-yard run and the team tacked on a two-point conversion to take a 28-14 lead. Sacramento State had a couple of chances in the fourth quarter to get back into the game but could not convert. The best opportunity came midway through the fourth quarter when Jeff Fleming rolled out on a 4th-and-goal play from the 2-yard line but had his pass deflect off the hands of tight end Chris Broadnax. The Thunderbirds were able to seal the victory when Deckar Alexander scored his second touchdown of the game with 1:40 remaining. As a team, Southern Utah outgained the Hornets, 399-286. The T-Birds were fairly balanced as quarterback Brad Sorenson threw for 271 yards and the team combined to rush for 128. Conversely, the Hornets struggled through the air, completing just 10-of-27 passes for 78 yards. Hilliard led the ground attack with 101 yards and the team amassed 208. Defensively, Ryan McMahon, Todd Davis and Joe Larche each had nine tackles. McMahon also had two tackles-for-loss. SCORE BY QUARTERS Sacramento State (1-1) Southern Utah (1-1)

1 7 0

2 7 20

3 0 8

4 0 7

FINAL 14 35

Sept. 17 • Stewart Stadium • Ogden, Utah

SACRAMENTO STATE 17 WEBER STATE 49 OGDEN, Utah — Weber State amassed 522 yards of total offense and scored in nearly every fashion in a 49-17 win over No. 20 Sacramento State, at Elizabeth Dee Shaw Stewart Stadium. Weber State never trailed in the game, taking advantage of a 12yard pass from Mike Hoke to Shaydon Kehano with 5:49 left in the first quarter. A 32-yard field goal from Jason Diniz put the Hornets on the board late in the second quarter but WSU answered with a 17-yard TD pass from Hoke to Austin Raught with 23 seconds left in the period. The Wildcats stretched their lead early in the second half behind a 3-yard run from Hoke and a 30-yard pass to Kehano. Sacramento State snapped its touchdown draught when Bryan Hilliard ran around the left side of the line for a 4-yard TD to make the score 28-10 at the end of three quarters. Weber State dominated the fourth quarter, outscoring the Hornets 21-7. The Wildcats had a 25-yard run from Tanner Hines, a 75-yard interception from David James and a Josh Booker 35-yard TD run. Sacramento State’s lone score of the period came with 9:57 left when Jeff Fleming connected with Chase Deadder for a 4-yard touchdown pass in the middle of the end zone. The Wildcats punished the Hornets on the ground, rushing for 324 yardsled by 86 from Hines. Sacramento State also had a successful rushing game with 204 team yards. Fleming finished 17-of-39 for 230 yards but was intercepted a career-high three times. SCORE BY QUARTERS Sacramento State (1-2) Southern Utah (2-1)

1 0 7

2 3 7

3 7 14

4 7 21

FINAL 17 49

SCORING SUMMARY First Quarter 09:41 SAC Hilliard 2 yd run (Diniz kick) Second Quarter 14:11 SUU Cook 27 yd field goal 10:07 SUU Alexander 12 yd run (Cook kick) 03:39 SAC Hilliard 1 yd run (Diniz kick) 03:25 SUU Minefee 92 yd kick return (Cook kick) 00:01 SUU Cook 36 yd field goal Third Quarter 11:49 SUU Minefee 1 yd run (Alexander rec) Fourth Quarter 01:40 SUU Alexander 3 yd run (Cook kick)

SCORING SUMMARY First Quarter 05:49 WSU Kehano 12 yd pass from Hoke (McClain kick) Second Quarter 02:08 SAC Diniz 32 yd field goal 00:23 WSU Raught 17 yd pass from Hoke (McClain kick) Third Quarter 10:40 WSU Hoke 3 yd run (McClain kick) 07:32 WSU Kehano 30 yd pass from Hoke (McClain kick) 01:34 SAC Hillaird 3 yd run (Diniz kick) Fourth Quarter 14:32 WSU Hinds 25 yd run (McClain kick) 12:38 WSU James 75 yd interception return (McClain kick) 09:57 SAC Deadder 4 yd pass from Fleming (Diniz kick) 05:32 WSU Booker 25 yd run (McClain kick)

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

SAC SUU 14 22 37-208 37-128 78 271 27-10-0 38-30-0 64-286 75-399 0-0 0-0 1-7 2-13 4-82 3-121 0-0 0-0 6-35.8 3-27.3 2-2 0-0 7-59 4-32 25:49 34:11 2 of 14 5 of 15 3 of 5 1 of 3 2-3 5-6 1-1 2-13

RUSHING: SAC: Hilliard 18-101; McCowan 3-38; Fleming 13-38; Corxdale 3-31. SUU: Alexander 18-78; Minefee 13-47; Brown 1-3; Sorensen 3-2. PASSING: SAC: Fleming 10-27-0-78-0. SUU: Sorensen 30-37-0-271-0. RECEIVING: SAC: Hendershott 4-22; Deadder 3-44; Heaselett 2-5; Reed 1-7. SUU: Minefee 7-27; Ursua 6-67; Measom 5-93; Alexander 5-23; Brown 3-17; Pedersen 1-15; Moala 1-13; Moragan 1-9; Aiono 1-7. INTERCEPTIONS: SAC: None. SUU: None. FUMBLES: SAC: Fleming 1-1; McCowan 1-1. SUU: None. SACKS (UA-A): SAC: Nash 1.0-1. SUU: Osborne 1.5-11; Tukuafu 0.5-2. TACKLE LEADERS: SAC: McMahon 9-0-9; Davis 7-2-9; Larche 5-4-9; Odiase 7-1-8; Wilkins 3-3-6. SUU: Fenn 8-4-12; Hansen 6-4-10; Fjord 3-3-6; Osborne 2-3-5; Vonner 2-2-4; Sword 0-4-4. ATTENDANCE: 6,238

SAC 23 38-204 230 39-17-3 77-434 1-0 1-6 8-158 0-0 7-35.9 0-0 9-75 31:46 5 of 14 0 of 1 3-3 1-8

WSU 28 44-324 198 33-17-0 77-522 0-0 2-15 3-59 3-110 4-43.5 2-1 11-107 28:14 7 of 15 0 of 0 3-5 0-0

RUSHING: SAC: Hilliard 19-73; Fleming 8-57; McCowan 7-47; Croxdale 4-27. WSU: Hinds 10-104; Booker 9-86; Collins 8-70; Tuckett 8-58; Tolutau 1-7; Hoke 4-5; Finai 1-(-1); Parham 2-(-5). PASSING: SAC: Fleming 17-39-3-230. WSU: Hoke 17-33-0-198. RECEIVING: SAC: Norrise 7-127; McCowan 4-34; Carter 2-28; Deadder 2-20; Hendershott 1-8; Howard 1-1. WSU: Raught 5-38; Kehano 4-80; Johnson 3-24; Collins 2-32; Shufford 2-19; Booker 1-5. INTERCEPTIONS: SAC: None. WSU: James 1-75; Pugh 1-33; Marciel 1-2. FUMBLES: SAC: None. WSU: Parham 1-0; Marciel 1-1. SACKS (UA-A): SAC: Bloomfield 1.0-8 WSU: None. TACKLE LEADERS: SAC: Smith 6-3-9; McMahon 4-5-9; Badger 5-38; Larche 4-4-8; David 4-4-8. WSU: MOrales 6-7-13; Webb 3-7-10; Cosgrove 2-3-5; Mullarkey 2-3-5; Okwuonu 2-2-4; Harris 2-2-4; Taylor 1-3-4; King 1-3-4. ATTENDANCE: 8,362

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2012 HORNET FOOTBALL 2011 REVIEW Sept. 24 • Hornet Stadium • Sacramento, Calif.

MONTANA 28 SACRAMENTO STATE 42

Oct. 1 • Bobcat Stadium • Bozeman, Mont.

Oct. 8 • Nottingham Field • Greeley, Colo.

SACRAMENTO STATE 21 MONTANA STATE 31

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Jeff Fleming accounted for 283 yards of total offense and four touchdowns to lead Sacramento State to a 42-28 win over 10th-ranked Montana. Fleming completed 18-of-27 passes for 224 yards and pair of touchdowns and also ran for 59 yards and two scores. The senior guided the offense to 462 yards in a balanced attacked which consisted of 238 on the ground (including 100 from Bryan Hilliard) and 224 through the air. Sacramento State never trailed, striking on its opening drive with a 13-play, 82-yard drive that ended when Fleming connected with Chase Deadder in the left corner of the end zone on a fade. After Montana tied the score, Fleming rushed for a 7-yard TD before the Grizzlies answered back with 33-yard pass from Jordan Johnson to a wide-open Bryce Carver. From the point, the Hornets scored 21 unanswered points. Fleming put the team ahead, 21-14, with a 9-yard scamper around the right side to account for his second rushing touchdown of the game and the final points of the first half. After the defense forced a stop to start the second half, Deadder blocked a Sean Wren punt and the ball was collected by Markell Williams who returned it 30 yards for a touchdown. McCowan padded the lead with his 42-yard touchdown with a quick dash throught the middle of the line. The Hornet defense kept Montana’s powerful option offense in check for most of the game, holding the Grizzlies to 139 rushing yards and forced four turnovers.

BOZEMAN, Mont. — Elvis Akpla caught two touchdown passes and set up another scoring drive to lead fourth-ranked Montana State to a 31-21 win over 25th-ranked Sacramento State in front of a record crowd of 18,847 at Bobcat Stadium. After a 26-yard Jason Cunningham field goal gave Montana State a 3-0 lead, the Hornets answered with a 10-play, 80-yard drive which was capped by a 15-yard touchdown run from Bryan Hilliard. Akpla returned the lead to MSU with a 95-yard touchdown reception midway through the second quarter. After Sacramento State flushed quarterback Denarius McGhee from the pocket, McGhee floated a ball from near his goal line to midfield where Akpla made the catch. The transfer from Oregon then pulled away from a diving defender and cruised into the end zone for the longest scoring play against the Hornets in school history. The lead lasted just 12 seconds as John Hendershott took the ensuing kickoff 91 yards down the right sideline for a touchdown. The kick return was the first kickoff return for a score for Sacramento State since Jody Johnson traveled 85 yards at Portland State in 2007. Akpla struck for the second time with 6:12 left in the half with a 41-yard touchdown reception on a perfectly thrown post pattern. Cody Kirk padded MSU’s lead with a 1-yard TD in the third quarter and a 10-yard scamper in the fourth to make the score 31-14. Brandyn Reed scored the final points of the game on a 16-yard pass from Jeff Fleming midway through the fourth quarter. The Horents had chances during the game but came up emptyhanded on two trips inside the 5-yard line (missed field goal, fumble).

SCORE BY QUARTERS Montana (2-2) Sacramento State (2-2)

SCORE BY QUARTERS Sacramento State (2-3) Montana State (3-1)

1 7 7

2 7 14

3 7 14

4 7 7

FINAL 28 42

SCORING SUMMARY First Quarter 07:40 SAC Deadder 9 yd pass from Fleming (Diniz kick) 00:34 UM Moore 1 yd run (McKnight kick) Second Quarter 10:23 SAC Fleming 7 yd run (Diniz kick) 08:58 UM Carver 33 yd pass from Johnson (McKnight kick) 07:45 SAC Fleming 9 yd run (Diniz kick) Third Quarter 13:05 SAC Williams 30 yd blocked punt return (Diniz kick) 07:31 SAC McCowan 42 yd run (Diniz kick) 05:10 UM Johnson 4 yd run (McKnight kick) Fourth Quarter 10:13 SAC Reed 37 yd pass from Fleming (Diniz kick) 00:28 UM Moore 1 yd run (McKnight kick) TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

UM 17 32-139 184 27-12-3 59-323 0-0 2--10 7-127 0-0 4-39.5 1-1 6-45 19:17 6 of 11 0 of 0 3-4 1-3

SAC 24 49-238 224 27-18-0 76-462 0-0 1-40 4-58 3-42 3-39.0 1-1 9-71 40:43 8 of 16 2 of 4 3-5 0-0

RUSHING: UM: Johnson 7-64; Moore 15-41; Kemp 2-14; Canada 3-10; Montana 1-6; Nguyen 4-4. SAC: Hilliard 22-100; McCowan 14-66; Fleming 9-59; Carter 1-14; Deadder 1-2. PASSING: UM: Johnson 9-19-3-148-1; Montana 3-8-0-36-0. SAC: Fleming 18-27-0-224-2. RECEIVING: UM: Moore 4-66; Moutra 4-57; Gratton 2-15; Carver 1-33; Nguyen 1-13. SAC: Norrise 6-96; Hendershott 4-29; Deadder 4-27; Carter 2-27; Reed 1-37; Maciel 1-8. INTERCEPTIONS: UM: None. SAC: Larche 2; Wilkins. FUMBLES: UM: Frank 1-0. SAC: Williams 1-0. SACKS (UA-A): UM: Lisowski 1-0. SAC: None. TACKLE LEADERS: UM: McSurdy 5-6-11; Shaw 3-6-9; Duncan 3-58; Kanagata’a 2-6-8; Lisowski 5-2-7. SAC: McMahon 7-5-12; Davis 3-8-11; Badger 2-3-5; Nash 2-2-4. ATTENDANCE: 12,751

1 7 3

2 7 14

3 0 7

4 7 7

FINAL 21 31

SCORING SUMMARY First Quarter 05:56 MSU Cunningham 26 yd field goal 00:12 SAC Hilliard 15 yd run (Diniz kick) Second Quarter 08:33 MSU Akpla 95 yd pass from McGhee (Cunningham kick) 08:21 SAC Hendershott 91 yd kickoff return (Diniz kick) 06:12 MSU Akpla 41 yd pass from McGhee (Cunningham kick) Third Quarter 05:31 MSU Kirk 1 yd run (Cunningham kick) Fourth Quarter 14:29 MSU Kirk 10 yd run (Cunningham kick) 07:42 SAC Reed 16 yd pass from Fleming (Diniz kick) TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances. Sacks By: Number-Yards

SAC 21 30-111 220 35-19-1 65-331 0-0 0-0 2-105 0-0 5-39.8 1-1 7-64 27:42 3 of 12 0 of 0 2-4 2-15

MSU 21 44-207 246 25-15-0 69-453 0-0 1-4 4-75 1-0 5-33.2 0-0 8-76 32:18 9 of 18 1 of 1 3-3 2-12

RUSHING: SAC: Hilliard 14-56; Fleming 13-52; McCowan 3-3. MSU: Kirk 25-134; Robinson 9-48; Gilbert 4-29; McGhee 4-(-4). PASSING: SAC: Fleming 19-35-1-220. MSU: McGhee 14-24-0-242; Rory Perez 1-1-0-4. RECEIVING: SAC: Hendershott 8-57; Reed 6-132; Norrise 2-7; Maciel 1-20; McCowan 1-2; Croxdale 1-2. MSU: Akpla 6-174; Ellis 3-29; Gilbert 2-11; Kirk 2-6; Robinson 1-20; Perkins 1-6. INTERCEPTIONS: SAC: None. MSU: Gords 1-0. FUMBLES: SAC: Fleming 1-1. MSU: None. SACKS (UA-A): SAC: Nash 1-0; Henry Fernandez 1-0. MSU: Laidet 1-0; Daly 1-0. TACKLE LEADERS: SAC: McMahon 7-3-10; Larche 5-3-8; Badger 4-3-7; Coleman 3-4-7; Lawrence 3-3-6; Nash 3-3-6. MSU: Owens 4-6-10; Bignell 3-6-9; Jones 3-4-7; Bethley 4-2-6; Fuller 4-2-6. ATTENDANCE: 18,847

SACRAMENTO STATE 14 NORTHERN COLO. 0 GREELEY, Colo. — In a game that will likely never be replicated, Sacramento State defeated Northern Colorado, 14-0, in miserable conditions at Nottingham Field. The Hornets did not attempt a pass in the contest, instead rushing for 177 yards en route to their sixth win over the Bears in as many tries. Rain fell steadily throughout the day and temperatures were in the 40s with wind chill dipping into the mid-30s and northwest winds ripping above 20 miles per hour. Sacramento State becomes the first team in NCAA Div. I-AA/FCS history to not attempt a pass in a game. Previously, six teams had one pass attempt, most recently in 1998. Sacramento State scored its first touchdown early in the second quarter when quarterback Jeff Fleming went around the right side of the line for a 15-yard touchdown. That score held until the final play of the third quarter when David Coleman scooped up a fumble which was forced by Osagie Odiase, and returned the ball four yards for a score. The fumble recovery was the sixth of Coleman’s career and the TD was his second against the Bears in the last two years. The 14-point lead was plenty for the Hornet defense which held Northern Colorado to just 72 yards of total offense. The shutout was the first for Sacramento State since defeating San Francisco State, 300, on Sept. 14, 1994. As a team, the defense combined to force 13.0 tackles-for-loss and held the Bears to 2-of-17 on third down and 1-of8 on fourth down. Individually, Todd Davis and Jeff Badger each tallied 10 tackles. Davis led the team with 2.5 tackles-for-loss and two forced fumbles. Zack Nash added five tackles, two TFL’s and a sack. Offensively, running back Bryan Hilliard recorded his 17th career game with 100 yards rushing as he rumbled for 106 yards on 31 carries. Fleming gained 59 yards on 13 carries and Jake Croxdale added 12 yards on four carries. SCORE BY QUARTERS Sacramento State (3-3) Northern Colorado (0-6)

1 0 0

2 7 0

3 7 0

4 0 0

FINAL 14 0

SCORING SUMMARY Second Quarter 11:04 SAC Fleming 15 yd run (Diniz kick) Third Quarter 00:00 SAC Coleman 4 yd fumble return (Diniz kick) TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNA RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

SAC NC 7 5 51-177 49-43 0 29 0-0-0 13-3-0 51-177 62-72 1-4 0-0 0-0 1-19 1-10 3-71 0-0 0-0 8-30.2 5-39.8 3-2 7-2 6-60 4-33 30:58 28:53 2 of 12 2 of 17 1 of 2 1 of 8 1-3 0-2 1-4 0-0

RUSHING: SAC: Hilliard 31-106; Fleming 13-59; Croxdale 4-12; McCowan 3-0. NC: Hildreth 20-36; Orms 12-25; Holland 4-11; Burnley 5-7; Lobato 5-minus 1; Baca 1-minus 3; Kaman 1-minus 4; TEAM 1-minus 28. PASSING: SAC: None. NC: Lobato 2-7-0-22; Orms 1-6-0-7. RECEIVING: SAC: None. NC: Morris 2-22; Walker 1-7. INTERCEPTIONS: SAC: None. MSU: None. FUMBLES: SAC: Fleming 2-1; Hilliard 1-1. NC: Lobato 2-0; Holland 2-1; TEAM 1-1; Orms 1-0; Burnley 1-0. SACKS (UA-A): SAC: Nash 1-0. NC: None TACKLE LEADERS: SAC: Davis 5-5-10; Badger 5-5-10; Agaiava 4-3-7; Odiase 3-3-6; McMahon 3-3-6. NC: Bumpas 6-11-17; Nweke 3-7-10; Gibbons 4-2-6; Dorsey 3-36; Heron 2-3-5; Hall 2-3-5. ATTENDANCE: 1,189

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2012 HORNET FOOTBALL 2011 REVIEW Oct. 22 • Hornet Stadium • Sacramento, Calif.

EASTERN WASH. 42 SACRAMENTO STATE 35 SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Jordan Talley scored from 1-yard out in overtime to give Eastern Washington a 42-35 come-from-behind victory over Sacramento State. The Hornets built a 28-13 lead heading into the fourth quarter after Stephen Tezanos-Pinto’s 1-yard run with 3:07 left in the third period. EWU stormed back in the fourth, outscoring the Hornets, 22-7. Nicholas Edwards caught touchdown passes of 16 and 39-yards and Greg Herd caught a 2-point conversion on the latter touchdown to tie the game at 28-28 with 8:13 left. Sacramento State responded with a 10-play, 70-yard drive which was capped by an 8-yard pass from Tommy Edwards to DJ Maciel. The Eagles matched the score when Edwards made a diving catch in the back of the end zone with 55 seconds left for a 22-yard touchdown. The Hornets had some life in the closing seconds as Sam McCowan rushed 43 yards to take the ball to the EWU 27-yard line with two seconds remaining. Sacramento State opted to try a 44-yard field goal from Jason Diniz but the kick sailed wide right forcing overtime. Once in the extra period, Bo Levi Mitchell competed two passes to take the ball to the 1-yard line before Tally scored on his second attempt. Sacramento State moved the ball to the the EWU 3 but Edwards’ fourth-down pass went through his hands of a leaping John Hendershott to end the game. SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 OT FINAL Eastern Washington (4-4) 7 6 0 22 7 42 Sacramento State (3-4) 7 7 14 7 0 35

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Oct. 29 • Hornet Stadium • Sacramento, Calif.

NORTHERN ARIZ. 27 SACRAMENTO STATE 26 SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Two turnovers inside the 10-yard line and two blocked PATs crushed Sacramento State in a 27-26 loss to Northern Arizona, at Hornet Stadium. The teams traded leads for most of the game and the Lumberjacks surged ahead, 27-20, behind a 1-yard touchdown from Zach Bauman with 8:50 left in the fourth quarter. Bryan Hilliard’s 1-yard TD run pulled the Hornets within one with 4:53 left. Freshman Jason Diniz came on for the extra point but his kick was blocked by Dan Pela to keep NAU on top. The Hornet defense was unable to get a stop during the final drive of the game as NAU converted a pair of third downs as well as a fourth down to seal the game. Sacramento State took a quick lead behind a 49-yard interception return from Kyle Monson. The Hornets had an opportunity to extend their lead later in the quarter but fumbled inside the 10-yard line which led to a 44-yard TD run from Bauman. After NAU took a 17-14 lead in the closing minutes of the half, Tommy Edwards led the team inside the 10-yard line but was picked off in the end zone. The Hornets retook the lead midway through the third quarter when Reed caught a 24-yard pass from Safron but Diniz’s extra point was blocked making the score 20-17. Bauman was the offensive star for NAU as the sophomore rushed for a career high 246 yards on 38 carries. Reed caught seven passes for 140 yards and a touchdown to lead Sacramento State.

SCORING SUMMARY First Quarter 07:10 SAC Hilliard 5 run (Diniz kick) 05:13 EWU Edwards 35 pass from Mitchell (Jarrett kick) Second Quarter 13:33 SAC Safron 14 run (Diniz kick) 09:20 EWU Jarrett 28 field goal 01:16 EWU Jarrett 41 field goal Third Quarter 11:37 SAC Reed 63 pass from Edwards (Diniz kick) 03:07 SAC Tezanos-Pinto 1 run (Diniz kick) Fourth Quarter 11:10 EWU Edwards 16 pass from Mitchell (Jarrett kick) 08:13 EWU Edwards 39 pass from Mitchell (Herd rec.) 02:44 SAC Maciel 8 pass from Edwards (Diniz kick) 00:55 EWU Edwards 22 pass from Mitchell (Jarrett kick) Overtime --- EWU Talley 1 run (Jarrett kick)

SCORE BY QUARTERS Northern Arizona (3-5) Sacramento State (3-5)

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int. TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

EWU SAC 24 25 22-99 52-313 357 232 45-29-1 28-19-0 67-456 80-545 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-72 7-156 0-0 1-1 2-43.5 3-32.3 0-0 0-0 4-20 8-70 23:36 36:24 7 of 13 8 of 17 1 of 1 4 of 5 3-3 4-6 0-0 2-11

RUSHING: EWU: Forte 11-87; Brown 2-10; Talley 4-4; Mitchell 4-0. SAC: Safron 15-100; McCowan 4-80; Hilliard 18-78; Norrise 5-20; Croxdale 2-16; Tezanos-Pinto 7-15; Edwards 1-4. PASSING: EWU: Mitchell 29-45-1-357. SAC: Edwards 18-26-0-223; Safron 1-1-0-9. RECEIVING: EWU: Edwards 11-192; Herd 7-81; Clark 4-39; Mitchell 2-23; Forte 2-6; Humphrey 1-8; Talley 1-6; Brown 1-2. SAC: Norrise 4-34; Carter 4-32; Hendershott 3-25; Maciel 2-17; Broadnax 2-16; Reed 1-63; Croxdale 1-18; Howard 1-15; Chastain 1-12. INTERCEPTIONS: EWU: None. SAC: Davis 1-0. FUMBLES: EWU: None. SAC: None. SACKS (UA-A): EWU: None. SAC: Eskew 0-1; Coleman 0-1; Nash 0-1; Wilkins 0-1. TACKLE LEADERS: EWU: McCarthy 6-6-12; Minnerly 6-3-9; Hamlin 4-3-7; Ceja 4-2-6; Humphrey 1-5-6. SAC: Smith 5-3-8; Badger 2-68; McMahon 2-6-8; Wilkins 3-4-7; Davis 2-5-7; Larche 2-5-7. ATTENDANCE: 10,705

1 7 7

2 10 7

3 3 6

4 7 6

FINAL 27 26

SCORING SUMMARY First Quarter 12:40 SAC Monson 49 interception return (Diniz kick) 04:58 NAU Bauman 44 run (Myers kick) Second Quarter 13:06 SAC McCowan 13 pass from Safron (Diniz kick) 07:06 NAU Myers 28 field goal 01:08 NAU Paden 24 pass from Grossart (Myers kick) Third Quarter 08:43 SAC Reed 24 pass from Safron (kick blocked) 03:48 NAU Myers 31 field goal Fourth Quarter 08:50 NAU Bauman 1 run (Myers kick) 04:53 SAC HIlliard 1 run (kick blocked) NAU SAC 22 16 50-257 24-53 167 259 30-16-1 32-15-1 80-424 56-312 1-31 0-0 3-44 2-15 5-93 6-182 1-0 1-49 3-38.0 5-37.2 0-0 1-1 7-80 5-60 38:37 21:23 7 of 17 5 of 12 3 of 4 1 of 2 3-4 2-4 0-0 3-15

RUSHING: NAU: Bauman 38-246; Grossart 9-19; Williams 1-(-4). SAC: Safron 7-19; McCowan 4-18; Hilliard 9-16; Croxdale 2-7; Tezanos-Pinto 1-(-1); Reed 1-(-6). PASSING: NAU: Grossart 16-30-1-167. SAC: Edwards 10-24-1-129; Safron 5-7-0-130. RECEIVING: NAU: Paden 6-81; Umodu 5-28; Walker 3-43; Rickert 1-9; Bauman 1-6. SAC: Reed 7-140; Hendershott 2-32; McCowan 2-18; Carter 1-39; Heaslet 1-14; Broadnax 1-13; Chastain 1-3. INTERCEPTIONS: NAU: Dosen 1-0. SAC: Monson 1-49. FUMBLES: NAU: None. SAC: Tezanos-Pinto 1-1. SACKS (UA-A): NAU: None. SAC: Coleman 1-0; Williams 1-0, Nash 1-0. TACKLE LEADERS: NAU: Battle 7-1-8; McKeever 4-2-6; Watson 2-46; Malenfant 2-2-4; Dosen 2-1-3; Bond 1-2-3; Frum 0-3-3. SAC: Badger 3-9-12; Davis 4-6-10; Larche 4-5-9; Smith 5-2-7; Coleman 5-2-7; McMahon 2-4-6; Bloomfield 0-6-6. ATTENDANCE: 6,119

Nov. 5 • Jeld-Wen Field • Portland, Ore.

SACRAMENTO STATE 20 PORTLAND STATE 29 PORTLAND, Ore. — Kyle Monson returned an interception for a touchdown and Jeff Fleming rushed for two scores in his return but it was not enough as the Hornets fell at Portland State, 29-20. Portland State jumped out to a quick start, scoring nine first quarter points behind a 30-yard run from Willie Griffin and a 46-yard Zach Brown field goal. With the offense struggling to get moving, Monson brought the Hornets within striking distance when he made a one-handed grab of a tipped pass and returned it 24 yards for a touchdown. The score marked the second consecutive week that Monson has returned an interception for a touchdown and was his fourth career TD. After Connor Kavanaugh connected with Keitrell Anderson for a 16-yard PSU touchdown, the Hornet defense forced three fumbles on as many snaps. The last resulted in a ball getting over Kavanaugh’s head which was recovered by Evander Wilkins inside the 1-yard line. That turnover quickly turned into points as Fleming plunged in from a yard out and then teamed with John Hendershott for the two-point conversion to pull the Hornets within two at the half. In the third quarter, the Vikings added some insurance with a 45yard field goal from Brown and a 28-yard TD run from Kavanaugh. The Hornets made it a one possession game early in the fourth quarter when Fleming scored on an 8-yard keeper around the right side of the line. The drive was aided by a 25-yard rush from Sam McCowan. The Vikings put the game out of reach with a third field goal from Zach Brown with 7:54 left. SCORE BY QUARTERS Sacramento State (3-6) Portland State (6-3)

1 0 9

2 14 7

3 0 10

4 6 3

FINAL 20 29

SCORING SUMMARY First Quarter 11:06 PSU Griffin 30 run (rush failed) 04:22 PSU Brown 46 field goal Second Quarter 10:14 SAC Monson 24 interception return (pass failed) 08:17 PSU Anderson 16 pass from Kavanaugh (Brown kick) 00:23 SAC Fleming 1 run (Hendershott pass) Third Quarter 04:10 PSU Brown 45 field goal 01:09 PSU Kavanaugh 28 run (Brown kick) Fourth Quarter 14:27 SAC Fleming 8 run (pass failed) 07:54 PSU Brown 22 field goal TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

SAC 14 27-178 129 32-19-1 59-307 0-0 0-0 7-85 1-24 8-35.4 0-0 7-60 27:27 4 of 13 0 of 1 2-2 1-9

PSU 19 48-150 271 25-12-1 73-421 0-0 3-10 3-123 1-0 2-43.0 3-1 10-89 32:33 5 of 15 0 of 1 3-4 4-28

RUSHING: SAC: Fleming 13-78; Hilliard 5-58; McCowan 5-33; Croxdale 4-9. PSU: Griffin 25-92; Kavanaugh 15-89; Cookman 1-(-1); Richard 3-(-3); Gaulke 1-(-22). PASSING: SAC: Fleming 19-30-1-129; Safron0-2-0-0. PSU: Kavanaugh 12-25-1-271. RECEIVING: SAC: Norrise 6-27; Howard 4-45; Carter 3-35; Hendershott 3-14; Chastain 1-10; Maciel 1-3; Croxdale 1-(-5). PSU: Monahan 6-154; Anderson 3-53; Richard 1-31; Cookman 1-20; Griffin 1-13. INTERCEPTIONS: SAC: Monson 1-24. PSU: Shead 1-0. FUMBLES: NAU: None. SAC: Tezanos-Pinto 1-1. SACKS (UA-A): SAC: None. PSU: Griffin 1-0; Gaulke 1-1; Richard 1-0. TACKLE LEADERS: SAC: Badger 7-2-9; Larche 7-1-8; Davis 4-0-4; McMahon 4-0-4; Smith 4-0-4; Fernandez 3-1-4; Coleman 3-1-4. PSU: Shead 8-0-8; Williams 7-0-7; Bass 4-1-5; Sisler 4-0-4; Forbes 3-0-3; Rau 2-1-3. ATTENDANCE: 4,635

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2012 HORNET FOOTBALL 2011 REVIEW Nov. 12 • Hornet Stadium • Sacramento, Calif.

IDAHO STATE 9 SACRAMENTO STATE 24 SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Led by a school-record tying 10 sacks, including 5.0 from senior Zack Nash, the Sacramento State football team defeated Idaho State, 24-9, at Hornet Stadium. The defense pressured the high-powered Bengal passing attack throughout the game, limiting ISU to 182 passing yards and just 18 on the ground. The unit combined for 12 tackles-for-loss while its 10 sacks tied the school Div. I-era mark which was set at Portland State in 2007. Individually, Nash had an encore performance from last year’s effort at Idaho State. The Vacaville, Calif., native finished with 5.0 sacks and 6.0 tackles-for-loss. Nash also took sole possession of the Sacramento State career sack record with 29.5. A bizarre first quarter saw the Hornets fumble the opening kickoff resulting a 29-yard field goal from Brendon Garcia 45 seconds into the game. On the next drive, Sacramento State was stopped on 4thand-goal from the ISU 2-yard line. The Bengals then went 3-and-out but attempted a fake punt from their own 6-yard line which fell incomplete giving the ball back to the Hornets. Sacramento State capitalized with a 5-yard strike from Garrett Safron to DJ Maciel and then added a two-point conversion to make the score 8-3 at the end of the first. A pair of Garcia field goals put the Bengals on top 9-8 a 23-yard field goal in the third. Safron led the Hornets on a 4-play 42-yard drive which was capped by his own 34-yard run around the right edge. He connected with Morris Norrise for the two-point conversion to make the score 16-9 heading into the fourth quarter. Bryan Hilliard scored from three yards out in the fourth for his eighth career TD in three games against Idaho State. SCORE BY QUARTERS Idaho State (2-8) Sacramento State (4-6)

1 3 8

2 3 0

3 3 8

4 0 8

FINAL 9 24

SCORING SUMMARY First Quarter 14:15 ISU Garcia 29 field goal 04:08 SAC Maciel 5 pass from Fleming (Knowles reception) Second Quarter 00:20 ISU Garcia 32 field goal Third Quarter 06:37 ISU Garcia 23 field goal 03:27 SAC Safron 34 run (Norrise reception) Fourth Quarter 02:34 SAC Hilliard 3 run (Hilliard rush) TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int. TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

ISU SAC 14 12 32-18 49-143 182 113 44-22-1 22-8-0 76-200 71-256 0-0 0-0 1-2 2-14 4-97 4-32 0-0 1-13 5-40.4 6-27.2 2-2 3-3 3-18 4-40 29:16 30:44 4 of 19 6 of 19 1 of 5 2 of 4 3-4 2-4 1-4 10-64

RUSHING: ISU: Daniels 9-19; Arias 4-9; Prier 1-3; Rover 2-(-1); Yost 16-(-12). SAC: Safron 17-74; Hilliard 14-35; Croxdale 5-22; McCowan 9-20. PASSING: ISU: Yost 22-38-1-182-0; Arias 0-4-0-0-0; Harrington 0-2-0-0-0. SAC: Safron 7-16-0-100-1; Edwards 1-6-0-13-0. RECEIVING: ISU: Rumble 9-62; Austin 7-76; Hill 2-17; Boyles 2-13; Prier 1-11; Graves 1-3. SAC: Hendershott 3-58; Norrise 2-21; Knowles 1-22; Howard 1-7; Maciel 1-5. INTERCEPTIONS: ISU: None. SAC: Coleman 1-13. FUMBLES: ISU: Davidson 1-1; Yost 1-1. SAC: Safron2-2; Hendershott 1-1. SACKS (UA-A): ISU: Graves 1-0. SAC: Nash 5-0; Badger 2-0; Davis 1-0; McMahon 1-0; Wilkins 1-0. TACKLE LEADERS: ISU: Storms 9-11-20; Davis 4-3-7; Hudeen 4-2-6; Bergren 3-2-5; Monga 2-3-5. SAC: Davis 7-3-10; Odiase 7-2-9; Badger 6-3-9; Nash 7-1-8; Monson 4-1-5; McMahon 3-2-5; Bloomfield 1-4-5. ATTENDANCE: 5,317

Nov. 19 • Hornet Stadium • Sacramento, Calif.

UC DAVIS 23 SACRAMENTO STATE 19 SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Colton Silveria rushed for 170 yards and a touchdown and Sean Kelley made three field goals to lift UC Davis to a 23-19 win over Sacramento State in the 58th annual Pepsi Causeway Classic. The Hornets were never in synch offensively, needing the full 60 minutes to score their lone offensive touchdown of the game as quarterback Garrett Safron scrambled for a 30-yard touchdown as time expired. Sacramento State rushed for 114 yards, led by 93 from Safron, but was just 11-of-31 through the air for 155 yards. The game had a big momentum swing on the opening kickoff as senior John Hendershott appeared to return the kick 91 yards for a score. However, a holding call nullified the touchdown and brought the ball back to the Sacramento State 25. With the score tied 3-3, Sacramento State’s Ben Cowger sacked Randy Wright in the end zone, jumped to his feet and was able to dive on the ball before it crossed the end line for a touchdown. The Aggies immediately answered with a 14-play, 78-yard drive which was capped by an 8-yard run from Austin Edmonson to tie the score, 10-10, with 3:31 left in the half. That score held until Diniz made a 25-yarder to give the Hornets a 13-10 halftime advantage. Davis took the lead for good when Silveria scored from a yard out. His touchdown was set up by a 40-yard pass from Wright to Taylor Sloat which took the ball to the 1. In the fourth quarter, Kelley connected on field goals of 22 and 23 yards. His last gave the Aggies a 23-13 lead with 1:22 left. SCORE BY QUARTERS UC Davis (4-7) Sacramento State (4-7)

1 3 0

2 7 13

3 7 0

4 6 6

FINAL 23 19

SCORING SUMMARY First Quarter 05:53 UCD Kelley 33 field goal Second Quarter 11:35 SAC Diniz 23 field goal 10:34 SAC Cowger 0 fumble recovery 03:31 UCD Edmonson 8 run (Kelley kick) 01:55 SAC Diniz 25 field goal Third Quarter 07:34 UCD Silveria 1 run (Kelley kick) Fourth Quarter 05:23 UCD Kelley 22 field goal 01:22 UCD Kelley 23 field goal 00:00 SAC Safron 30 run (no PAT attempted) TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

UCD SAC 15 15 44-206 32-114 171 155 23-14-1 31-11-0 67-377 63-269 0-0 0-0 1--1 0-0 4-87 6-136 0-0 1-10 6-43.2 8-33.0 2-1 5-0 4-44 6-60 34:04 25:56 5 of 16 3 of 16 1 of 1 1 of 2 5-5 2-2 3-13 1-12

RUSHING: UCD: Silveria 22-170; Reese 16-30; Edmonson 1-8; Wright 1-(-2). SAC: Safron 14-93; Croxdale 11-34; Hilliard 4-8; McCowan 1-2. PASSING: UCD: Wright 14-23-1-171-0. SAC: Safron 11-31-0-155-0. RECEIVING: UCD: Hemmingsen 5-50; Edmonson 3-34; Gallindo 2-28; Soto 2-19; Sloat 1-40; Silveria 1-0. SAC: Norrise 5-70; Reed 4-78; Croxdale 2-7. INTERCEPTIONS: UCD: None. SAC: Odiase 1-10. FUMBLES: UCD: Hemmingsen 1-0; Wright 1-1. SAC: Safron 1-0; Team 1-0; Croxdale 1-0; D. Carter 1-0; Hilliard 1-0. SACKS (UA-A): UCD: Gruendl 1-0; Glass 1-0; Allen 1-0. SAC: Cowger 1-0. TACKLE LEADERS: UCD: Gruendl 5-4-9; Glass 5-1-6; Allen 4-1-5; Benjamin 2-3-5; Lewis 3-0-3; Perkins 3-0-3. SAC: Davis 3-7-10; Odiase 5-3-8; Badger 4-4-8; Larche 4-4-8; Wilkins 3-5-8. ATTENDANCE: 12,874

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2012 HORNET FOOTBALL BIG SKY CONFERENCE STATS 2011 BIG SKY ATTENDANCE

2011 BIG SKY CONFERENCE FOOTBALL STANDINGS Montana* Montana State* Portland State Eastern Washington Weber State Northern Arizona Sacramento State Idaho State Northern Colorado * FCS Playoff Participant

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BIG SKY GAMES ALL GAMES W L PCT. PF PA W L PCT. PF PA 7 1 .875 272 152 11 3 .786 474 279 7 1 .875 285 196 10 3 .769 415 318 5 3 .625 261 243 7 4 .636 362 308 5 3 .625 259 221 6 5 .545 356 332 5 3 .625 270 230 5 6 .455 347 354 3 5 .375 217 213 4 7 .364 285 267 3 5 .375 199 215 4 7 .364 261 301 1 7 .125 136 277 2 9 .182 204 404 0 8 .000 148 300 0 11 .000 207 382

Total Team G Home Att. 1. Montana 8 199,023 2. Montana State 7 119,499 3. Sacramento State 5 47,766 4. Eastern Washington 4 35,594 5. Weber State 5 42,435 6. Idaho State 5 37,558 7. Northern Arizona 6 37,660 8. Portland State 6 35,684 9. Northern Colorado 6 23,428

Avg. 24,878 17,071 9,553 8,899 8,487 7,512 6,277 5,947 3,905

SCORING OFFENSE Montana Portland State Eastern Washington Montana State Weber State Northern Arizona Sacramento State Northern Colorado Idaho State

G PTS 14 474 11 362 11 356 13 415 11 347 11 309 11 261 11 207 11 204

AVG 33.9 32.9 32.4 31.9 31.5 28.1 23.7 18.8 18.5

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

G YDS YPG 11 4052 368.4 11 3307 300.6 11 2949 268.1 11 2614 237.6 13 2833 217.9 11 2305 209.5 14 2933 209.5 11 2034 184.9 11 1936 176.0

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

RET YDS AVG 44 1068 24.3 48 1110 23.1 53 1189 22.4 52 1097 21.1 56 1175 21.0 54 1133 21.0 52 1060 20.4 54 1033 19.1 46 875 19.0

SACKS SACKS YDS SPG Montana State 44 286 3.38 Montana 37 197 2.64 Eastern Washington 27 176 2.45 Portland State 26 186 2.36 Northern Arizona 26 152 2.36 Sacramento State 24 147 2.18 Weber State 23 152 2.09 Northern Colorado 18 112 1.64 Idaho State 15 116 1.36

SCORING DEFENSE Montana Montana State Northern Arizona Sacramento State Portland State Eastern Washington Weber State Northern Colorado Idaho State

G PTS 14 279 13 318 11 294 11 301 11 308 11 332 11 354 11 382 11 404

AVG 19.9 24.5 26.7 27.4 28.0 30.2 32.2 34.7 36.7

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

G YDS YPG 13 2358 181.4 14 2668 190.6 11 2186 198.7 11 2221 201.9 11 2306 209.6 11 2360 214.5 11 2765 251.4 11 2942 267.5 11 2993 272.1

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

RET YDS AVG 7 82 11.7 22 236 10.7 43 392 9.1 9 76 8.4 21 170 8.1 25 145 5.8 14 81 5.8 28 153 5.5 10 24 2.4

PENALTIES Idaho State Montana Eastern Washington Montana State Northern Colorado Sacramento State Northern Arizona Weber State Portland State

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

G YDS YPG 11 2726 247.8 13 2759 212.2 14 2952 210.9 11 2266 206.0 11 1831 166.5 11 1805 164.1 11 869 79.0 11 617 56.1 11 297 27.9

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

G YDS YPG 14 4580 327.1 13 4286 329.7 11 3864 351.3 11 4143 376.6 11 4290 390.0 11 4531 411.9 11 4820 438.2 11 4833 439.4 11 4963 451.2

PUNTING PAVG RAVG NET Weber State 41.9 2.2 38.5 Montana 42.3 3.3 37.3 Idaho State 46.0 5.5 37.3 Eastern Washington 43.2 4.9 36.3 Northern Arizona 41.9 2.9 36.0 Northern Colorado 38.2 3.9 33.2 Montana State 38.2 2.6 32.8 Portland State 38.7 3.8 32.6 Sacramento State 34.4 1.5 31.6

3RD DN CONV. CONV ATT PCT Eastern Washington 79 160 49.4 Montana State 78 179 43.6 Montana 93 215 43.3 Portland State 70 169 41.4 Northern Arizona 58 142 40.8 Weber State 60 154 39.0 Sacramento State 52 158 32.9 Idaho State 59 186 31.7 Northern Colorado 45 158 28.5

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

G YDS YPG 14 1912 136.6 11 1504 136.7 11 1525 138.6 13 1928 148.3 11 1837 167.0 11 1840 167.3 11 1878 170.7 11 2345 213.2 11 2742 249.3

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

G YDS YPG 14 4580 327.1 13 4286 329.7 11 3864 351.3 11 4143 376.6 11 4290 390.0 11 4531 411.9 11 4820 438.2 11 4833 439.4 11 4963 451.2

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

OPP 3RD CONV. CONV ATT PCT Portland State 46 147 31.3 Montana 67 211 31.8 Idaho State 52 152 34.2 Montana State 60 168 35.7 Northern Arizona 54 146 37.0 Sacramento State 64 172 37.2 Eastern Washington 73 174 42.0 Northern Colorado 67 159 42.1 Weber State 72 160 45.0

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PEN YDS YPG 64 555 50.5 77 735 52.5 72 585 53.2 85 766 58.9 80 677 61.5 72 684 62.2 78 770 70.0 94 836 76.0 118 1072 97.5


2012 HORNET FOOTBALL BIG SKY CONFERENCE STATS RUSHING Zach Bauman, NAU Cody Kirk, MSU C. Kavanaugh, PSU Josh Booker, WSU C.J. Tuckett, WSU Bryan Hilliard, SAC Peter Nguyen, UM Tray Robinson, MSU Jordan Canada, UM Quentin Hildreth, NC

G 11 13 11 11 11 11 14 13 13 9

ATT YDS AVG 271 1435 130.5 241 1351 03.9 162 1060 96.4 118 701 63.7 84 662 60.2 167 660 60.0 151 835 59.6 122 641 49.3 113 580 44.6 116 388 43.1

RECEPTIONS/GM G REC YDS R/GM Rodrick Rumble, ISU 11 112 1348 10.2 Nicholas Edwards, EWU 11 95 1250 8.6 Patrick Walker, NC 11 84 1171 7.6 Greg Herd, EWU 11 67 1022 6.1 Khalil Paden, NAU 11 61 991 5.5 Elvis Akpla, MSU 13 63 1145 4.8 Justin Monahan, PSU 11 52 707 4.7 Chris Morris, NC 11 51 502 4.6 Ify Umodu, NAU 11 50 667 4.5 Josh Hill, ISU 11 48 407 4.4

PASS EFFICIENCY COMP Cary Grossart, NAU 197 Mike Hoke, WSU 164 Denarius McGhee, MSU 203 Bo Levi Mitchell, EWU 318 Jordan Johnson, UM 205 C. Kavanaugh, PSU 127 Seth Lobato, NC 199 Kevin Yost, ISU 300 Jeff Fleming, SAC 115

YDS 2745 2080 2799 4009 2400 1628 2448 2973 1138

TD-INT 16-7 19-4 24-14 33-13 21-9 9-6 17-10 15-12 7-5

EFF 156.0 150.2 147.4 146.7 133.5 148.0 120.7 116.7 110.7

REC. YARDS/GM G Rodrick Rumble, ISU 11 Nicholas Edwards, EWU 11 Patrick Walker, NC 11 Greg Herd, EWU 11 Khalil Paden, NAU 11 Elvis Akpla, MSU 13 Shaydon Kehano, WSU 11 Justin Monahan, PSU 11 Ify Umodu, NAU 11 Brandyn Reed, SAC 9

REC 112 95 84 67 61 63 43 52 50 26

YDS AVG 1348 122.5 1250 113.6 1171 106.5 1022 92.9 991 90.1 1145 88.1 883 80.3 707 64.3 667 60.6 542 60.2

PASSING AVG COMP Bo Levi Mitchell, EWU 318 Kevin Yost, ISU 300 Cary Grossart, NAU 197 Seth Lobato, NC 199 Denarius McGhee, MSU 203 Mike Hoke, WSU 164 Jordan Johnson, UM 205 Jeff Fleming, SAC 105 C. Kavanaugh, PSU 127

ATT 503 493 299 365 332 262 343 193 219

PCT 63.2 60.9 65.9 54.5 61.1 62.6 59.8 54.4 58.0

AVG 364.5 270.3 249.5 244.8 215.3 208.0 184.6 162.6 148.0

TOTAL OFFENSE RUSH Bo Levi Mitchell, EWU -5 Kevin Yost, ISU -68 Cary Grossart, NAU 64 Seth Lobato, NC 57 C. Kavanaugh, PSU 1060 Denarius McGhee, MSU 340 Jordan Johnson, UM 506 Mike Hoke, WSU 136 Jeff Fleming, SAC 382 Zach Bauman, NAU 1435

PASS 4009 2973 2745 2448 1628 2799 2400 2080 1138 0

YARDS 4004 2905 2809 2505 2688 3139 2906 2216 1520 1435

AVG 364.0 264.1 255.4 250.5 244.4 241.5 223.5 221.6 217.1 130.5

INTERCEPTIONS Donovan Henley, ISU Devin Pugh, WSU Joel Sisler, PSU Cameron Friend, NC Osagie Odiase, SAC Matt Hermanson, UM Na’a Moeakiola, MSU Mike McCord, UM Houston Roots, UM Taylor Patton, NAY

INT 4 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 2

YDS INT/G 28 0.36 35 0.30 23 0.30 22 0.30 10 0.29 45 0.25 15 0.23 106 0.21 2 0.21 56 0.20

PUNT RETURNS RET Jabin Sabrano, UM 37 T. Malenfant, NAU 19 Kela Marciel, WSU 12 Shawn Johnson, MSU 18 Dominic Gunn, NC 12

YDS 354 172 86 125 52

TD 1 0 0 0 0

AVG 9.6 9.1 7.2 6.9 4.3

ALL PURPOSE RUSH Zach Bauman, NAU 1435 Jabin Sambrano, UM 141 Patrick Waller, NC 8 Cody Kirk, MSU 1351 Rodrick Rumble, ISU 0 Nevin Lewis, PSU 7 Greg Herd, EWU 35 Nicholas Edwards, EWU 0 Dominic Gunn, NC 0 Peter Nguyen, UM 835

REC RET AVG 352 0 162.5 632 1190 140.2 1171 237 128.7 271 0 124.8 1348 0 122.5 337 708 116.9 1022 227 116.7 1250 0 113.6 330 776 100.5 215 333 98.8

KICK RETURNS RET DeShawn Shead, PSU 15 Dominic Gunn, NC 28 Nevin Lewis, PSU 29 Everett Gilbert, MSU 22 John Hendershott, SAC 31

YDS 392 724 686 490 668

TD 0 1 0 0 1

AVG 26.1 25.9 23.7 22.3 21.5

PUNTING David Harrington, ISU Jake Miller, EWU Brody McKnight, UM Drew Zamora, NAU Josh Kealamakia, WSU Rory Perez, MSU Thomas Duyndam, PSU Cameron Kaman, NC Augie Heath, SAC

P YDS AVG 56 2727 48.7 39 1726 44.3 53 2266 42.8 41 1703 41.5 52 2147 41.3 45 1839 40.9 43 1679 39.0 74 2842 38.4 47 1666 35.4

G 11 10 10 10 7 12 13 14 14 10

G 10 11 14 11 11 12 11 11 9

FIELD GOALS/GM FG Zach Brown, PSU 24 J. Cunningham, MSU 22 Brody McKnight, UM 21 Mike Jarrett, EWU 16 Matt Myers, NAU 15 Shaun McClain, WSU 9 Brendon Garcia, ISU 9 Dave Eden, NC 9 Jason Diniz, SAC 3

FGA 27 41 28 18 23 17 11 14 8

PCT FG/G 93.1 2.18 71.0 1.69 75.0 1.50 88.9 1.45 65.2 1.36 52.9 0.90 81.8 0.82 64.3 0.82 37.5 0.27

SCORING TD Nicholas Edwards, EWU 19 Zach Brown, PSU 0 Zach Bauman, NAU 16 J. Cunningham, MSU 0 Brody McKnight, UM 0 Mike Jarrett, EWU 0 Matt Myers, NAU 0 Cody Kirk, MSU 14 Jabin Sambrano, UM 14 Shaun McClain, WSU 0

FG 0 24 0 22 21 16 15 0 0 9

XP PTS/G 4 10.5 31 9.2 0 8.7 47 8.7 53 8.3 38 7.8 35 7.3 0 6.5 0 6.0 33 6.0

SCORING (TDs) RUSH Nicholas Edwards, EWU 0 Zach Bauman, NAU 15 Cody Kirk, MSU 14 Jabin Sambrano, UM 2 C.J. Tuckett, WSU 10 Patrick Walker, NC 0 Elvis Akpla, MSU 0 Rodrick Rumble, ISU 0 Shaydon Kehano, WSU 0 Khalil Paden, NAU 0

REC 19 1 0 10 0 10 11 9 8 8

RET PTS/G 0 10.5 0 8.7 0 6.5 2 6.0 0 5.5 0 5.5 0 5.1 0 4.9 0 4.4 0 4.4

TACKLES UA AST TOT AVG Clarence Bumpas, NC 56 89 145 13.2 A.J. Storms, ISU 53 69 122 11.1 Anthony Morales, WSU 36 79 115 10.5 Cameron Friend, NC 39 54 93 9.3 Caleb McSurdy, UM 54 76 130 9.3 Nick Webb, WSU 50 51 101 9.2 Todd Davis, SAC 47 49 96 8.7 Marcel Gibbons, NC 47 43 90 8.2 Ryan Rau, PSU 54 36 90 8.2 Jody Owens, MSU 58 47 105 8.1 SACKS Brad Daly, MSU Zack Nash, SAC Isaac Bond, NAU Zach Minter, MSU C. Schreibeis, MSU Trevor Pletcher, WSU Jerry Ceja, EWU D. Chapple, NC Jody Owens, MSU Jarret Bilbrey, NAU

UA AST TOT AVG 10 5 12.5 1.04 10 1 10.4 0.95 7 1 7.5 0.68 6 3 7.5 0.58 3 6 7.0 0.54 5 3 6.5 0.59 5 1 5.5 0.55 4 1 5.5 0.50 5 0 5.0 0.38 3 2 5.0 0.45

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2012 HORNET FOOTBALL BIG SKY CONFERENCE AWARDS First Team Offense

First Team Defense

Pos Player Yr. WR Nicholaas Edwards* Jr. Elvis Akpla Sr. Rodrick Rumble Jr. OT Jon Opperud Sr. Conrad Burbank Sr. G Alex Terrien Sr. J.C. Oram# Sr. C Chris Powers Sr. TE Greg Hardy Jr. QB Bo Levi Mitchell Sr. RB Zach Bauman* So. Cody Kirk So. Cory McCaffrey# Sr. FB Tevia Tolutau Fr. K Zach Brown Jr. RS Jabin Sambrano Sr.

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

Second Team Offense Pos Player WR Greg Herd Jabin Sambrano Patrick Walker OT Dustin Waldron Nate Doverspike G Danny Kistler Tytan Timoteo C Alex Mott TE Steven Foster QB Denarius McGhee RB Tray Robinson Josh Booker FB Jake Hess K Jason Cunningham RS Dominic Gunn

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

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

Award Winners

Pos Player Yr. DT Zach Minter* Jr. Bryan Waldhauser Sr. DE Zach Nash# Sr. Isaac Bond# Sr. OLB Jody Owens* Jr. Nick Webb# Sr. ILB A.J. Storms$ Sr. Caleb McSurdy Sr. CB Trumaine Johnson$* Sr. T.J. Lee So. S Matt Johnson# Sr. DeShawn Shead Sr. P David Harrington# Sr.

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

Second Team Defense Pos Player DT Renard Williams Myles Wade DE Brad Daly Trevor Pletcher OLB John Kanongata’a Ian Sluss ILB Clay Bignell Clarence Bumpas CB Houston Roots Darius Jones Kyle Monson S Mike McCord Joel Fuller P Josh Kealamakia

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

School Eastern Wash. Portland State Montana State Weber State Montana Portland State Montana State Northern Colorado Montana Montana State Sacramento State Montana Montana State Weber State

Special Teams Player 1st Nevin Lewis 2nd Darriell Beamonte

Yr. School Jr. Portland State Sr. Eastern Wash.

* unanimous selection # two-time first team selection / $ three-time first team selection

Honorable Mention

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Wide Receivers Sam Gratton, UM; Tanner Bleskin, MSU; Khalil Paden, NAU; Justin Monahan, PSU; Morris Norrise, SAC; Shaydon Kehano, WSU Tackles Gabe Jackson, EWU; Braeden Clayson, ISU; Will Post, EWU Charles Burton, UM; Trey Gilleo, NAU; Lee Barbaisz, NC; Caleb Turner, WSU Guards Dwight Boyd, NAU; Kyle Walker, NAU; Kyle Ritt, PSU Centers Stephen Sabin, UM; Shaun Sampson, MSU; Mitch Gaulke, PSU; Tyson Tiatia, WSU Tight Ends Josh Hill, ISU; Brian Riley, NAU; Brian Jankowski, WSU Quarterbacks Jordan Johnson, UM; Cary Grossart, NAU Connor Kavanaugh, PSU; Mike Hoke, WSU Running Backs Peter Nguyen, UM Placekickers Mike Jarrett, EWU; Brody McKnight, UM Return Specialist Shawn Johnson, MSU; DeShawn Shead, PSU

Defensive Tackles Charles Moetului, EWU Jordan Monga, ISU; Tim Wilkinson, NAU; Blayne Anderson, NAU; Marcus Felker, NC; Ryan Eastman, WSU; Pete Rolf, WSU Defensive Ends Paul Ena, EWU; Bobby Alt, UM; Ryan Fetherston, UM; Caleb Schreibeis, MSU; Nick Hernon, NC; Devontae Chapple, NC; Jack Forbes, PSU; David Coleman, SAC; Caldwell Taylor, WSU Outside Linebackers Scott McKeever, NAU; Cameron Friend, NC; Joel Sisler, PSU; Mo Neal, WSU Inside Linebackers Basim Hudeen, ISU Alex Shaw, UM; Ryan Rau, PSU; Todd Davis, SAC; Anthony Morales, WSU Cornerbacks Donovan Henley, ISU; Anders Battle, NAU; Marcel Gibbons, NC Safeties Jeff Minnerly, EWU; Steven Bethley, MSU Chuks Nweke, NC; Joe Larche, SAC; Willie Okwuonu, WSU; Tony Epperson, WSU Punter Jake Miller, EWU; Brody McKnight, UM; Cameron Kaman, NC; Thomas Duyndam, PSU Special Teams Donny Lisowski, UM; Tray Robinson, MSU; Ben Bachelier, NAU; Trevor Pletcher, WSU

Offensive POY......................Bo Levi Mitchell, EWU Defensive POY........................ Caleb McSurdy, UM Newcomer............................. Tray Robinson, MSU Coach of the Year....................Robin Pflugrad, UM

Big Sky Offensive Players of the Week

Sept. 5................................ Jeff Fleming, QB, SAC Sept. 12................................. Cody Kirk, RB, MSU Sept. 19.......................... Cory McCaffrey, RB, PSU Kevin Yost, QB, ISU Sept. 26.............................. Jeff Fleming, QB, SAC Mike Hoke, QB, WSU Oct. 2.....................Connor Kavannaugh, QB, PSU Oct. 10......................Denarius McGhee, QB, MSU Bo Levi Mitchell, QB, EWU Oct. 17.........................Bo Levi Mitchell, QB, EWU Oct. 24.................... Nicholas Edwards, WR, EWU Oct. 31........................... Jordan Johnson, QB, UM Patrick Walker, WR, NC Nov. 7.............................. Zach Bauman, RB, NAU Nov. 14................................ C.J. Tuckett, RB, WSU ....................................Bo Levi Mitchell, QB, EWU Nov. 21................................ C.J. Tuckett, RB, WSU Bo Levi Mitchell, QB, EWU

Big Sky Defensive Players of the Week

Sept. 5...................................Ben Hughes, DT, UM Sept. 12............................ Caleb McSurdy, LB, UM Sept. 19....................... John Kanangata’a, LB, UM Sept. 26....................... Caleb Schreibeis, DE, MSU Isaac Bond, DE, NAU Oct. 2..................................Zach Minter, DT, MSU Anthony Larry, DT, EWU Oct. 10.................................. Todd Davis, LB, SAC Oct. 17............................ Trevor Pletcher, LB, WSU Brad Daly, LB, MSU Oct. 24........................ Bryan Waldhauser, DT, UM Zach Minter, DT, MSU Oct. 31.....................................Joel Sisler, LB, PSU Nov. 7..................................... Brad Daly, LB, MSU DeShawn Shead, DB, PSU Nov. 14................................ Zack Nash, DE, SAC Nov. 21............................. Caleb McSurdy, LB, UM

Big Sky Special Teams Players of the Week

Sept. 5....................................... Nevin Lewis, PSU Sept. 12............................... Jabin Sambrano, UM Sept. 19.................................... Myles Wade, PSU Sept. 26..........................Jason Cunningham, MSU Oct. 2.................................. Jabin Sambrano, UM Oct. 10................................. Brody McKnight, UM Oct. 17................................. Brody McKnight, UM Oct. 24..................................... Mike Jarrett, EWU Oct. 31...................................... Zach Brown, PSU Nov. 7................................... Brody McKnight, UM Nov. 14...................................... Zach Brown, PSU Nov. 21................................. Brody McKnight, UM

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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

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Most Field Goals 2002...............................14 1999...............................14 2010...............................13 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 2010.............................595

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 2011.................................9

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

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

Most Turnovers Forced 1984...............................37 1985...............................34 1986...............................33 Div. I-AA/FCS Era 1995...............................29 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 2010.............................684

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

Most Total Yards Allowed 1997..........................5,831 2001..........................5,633 1996..........................5,521

Fewest Touchdowns Allowed 1992...............................20 1987...............................23 1997...............................24

Fewest Total Yards Allowed 1988..........................2,587 1992..........................2,634 1981..........................2,894 Div. I-AA/FCS Era 1994..........................3,360

Most Field Goals Allowed 2011...............................18 2008...............................15 1986...............................14

Most Yards Allowed/Gm 1997..........................530.1 2001..........................512.1 1996..........................501.9

Fewest Field Goals Allowed 1994.................................1 1991.................................2 1995.................................2

Fewest Yards Allowed/Gm 1988..........................258.7 1981..........................263.1 1992..........................263.4 Div. I-AA/FCS Era 2010..........................334.0

Rush Defense

Most Rush Att. Allowed 2003.............................499 2001.............................495 1987.............................490 Fewest Rush Att. Allowed 1989.............................310 1991.............................328 2010.............................342 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 2002.............................414 2008.............................413 1999.............................409 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 Total. Rush Rush Pass Pass Offense Defense Offense Defense Offense Defense

Year

Total Total. Rush Rush Pass Pass Offense Defense Offense Defense Offense Defense

1980 314.3 325.5 211.8 185.3 143.2 163.6

1996 380.7 501.9 99.8 195.0 282.5 306.0

1981 323.6 263.1 152.3 102.9 171.4 160.2

1997 333.8 505.5 117.0 201.6 216.8 303.9

1982 367.4 324.8 168.6 114.7 198.7 210.1

1998 362.0 380.8 228.2 162.3 133.8 218.5

1983 326.5 319.4 153.4 140.6 173.1 178.7

1999 470.4 405.7 234.9 145.5 235.5 260.2

1984 380.5 314.5 178.4 169.4 202.2 172.5

2000 418.7 368.0 207.9 142.2 210.8 225.8

1985

226.9

2001 397.3 412.1 139.9 243.1 257.4 269.0

1986 400.4 321.5 211.3 153.3 189.1 168.3

2002 407.8 416.0 156.4 154.5 251.3 261.5

1987 262.4 285.5 154.6 131.7 107.7 153.0

2003 328.9 414.6 116.9 185.8 212.0 228.8

1988 486.0 258.7 222.1 117.4 263.9 141.3

2004 289.9 432.8 98.2 149.0 191.7 283.8

1989 403.7 400.2 142.6 136.7 261.1 263.4

2005 273.6 366.4 125.5 153.5 148.2 212.8

1990 337.4 368.4 153.5 155.2 183.9 213.2

2006 243.6 354.9 63.9 122.0 179.7 232.9

1991 444.1 390.8 240.5 135.9 203.6 254.9

2007 341.5 373.5 157.4 117.5 184.1 255.9

1992

176.2

2008 366.6 389.6 148.9 97.2 217.7 292.3

1993 369.5 406.8 125.0 150.5 244.5 256.3

2009 350.0 433.0 121.9 146.2 228.1 286.8

1994 355.3 336.0 142.5 143.4 212.8 192.6

2010 379.1 334.0 170.4 112.4 208.7 221.6

1995 378.9 446.1 127.8 194.7 251.1 251.4

2011 340.5 376.6 164.5 167.0 176.0 209.6

432.9

384.7

325.5

263.4

233.1

116.0

98.5

87.2

199.8

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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 61 vs. Montana State.......... 10/2/10 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

Away From Home — 75 at Nevada...........................1977 In a Win — 61 vs. CS Northridge.......... 11/4/00 In a Season Opener — 62 at Northern Arizona......... 9/9/95

At Hornet Stadium — 69 vs. Saint Mary’s............... 9/6/03

Fewest Points Allowed 0, 28 times (last at Northern Colo.)....... 10/8/11

Away From Home — 49 at San Francisco State.... 9/11/93 49 at Weber State............... 10/2/99

At Hornet Stadium — 0, 19 times (last vs. SF State)................. 9/10/94

In a Loss — 61 vs. Montana State.......... 10/2/10

Away From Home — 0, 9 times (last at Northern Colo.)....... 10/8/11

In a Season Opener — 48 vs. Chico State............... 9/10/88 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 Away From Home — 0, 29 times (last at New Mexico)........... 9/22/07 In a Season Opener — 0, 6 times (last at Boise State).............. 8/31/06 Most Points Scored/Qtr (I-AA/FCS era) 1st Quarter — 26 vs. Saint Mary’s............... 9/6/03 2nd Quarter — 27 vs. Azusa Pacific............ 10/8/05 3rd Quarter — 35 vs. Montana State.......... 10/2/10 4th Quarter — 22 at Montana.................... 9/11/99 Overtime Points — 13 vs. Northern Arizona.... 10/23/99

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At Hornet Stadium — 64 vs. Montana State.......... 10/2/10

Most Points Allowed 75 at Nevada...........................1977 64 vs. Montana State.......... 10/2/10 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

In a Season Opener — 0, 4 times (last at San Francisco State). 9/10/94 Most Combined Points 125 (MSU 64, SAC 61)....... 10/2/10 125 (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 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 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 At Hornet Stadium — 76 vs. San Francisco.................1968 Away From Home — 53 at Sonoma St. ............... 9/21/85 In a Season Opener — 47 vs. San Francisco........... 9/12/81 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 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 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 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 Fewest Passing Yards (I-AA/FCS era) 0 at Northern Colorado...... 10/8/11 27 at New Mexico.............. 9/22/07 28 vs. Cal Poly.................... 9/12/98 32 at Boise State................. 8/31/06 34 at UC Davis................. 11/20/10 Most Total Yards (I-AA/FCS era) 641 vs. Idaho State............. 9/27/03 624 vs. Montana State........ 10/2/10 608 vs. Idaho State............. 11/6/99 596 vs. UC Davis................ 9/18/99 593 at Chico State.............. 9/24/94 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

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 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 Most Rushes (I-AA/FCS era) 70 at Eastern Wash........... 10/26/02 59 at Northern Arizona..... 10/24/98 58 at UC Davis................. 11/20/10 58 vs. Idaho State............. 11/17/07 57 vs. Montana State.......... 9/25/99 57 vs. Idaho State............... 11/6/99 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 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 Passes (I-AA/FCS era) 0 at Northern Colorado...... 10/8/11 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) 1 at Northern Arizona....... 10/30/10 4 at Northern Arizona......... 10/2/04 8 at Idaho State.................. 11/4/06 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 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. Northern Arizona...... 10/30/10 4 vs. Idaho State................. 9/22/01 4 vs. CS Northridge.......... 10/17/98 4 vs. Southern Utah........... 11/11/95

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 vs. Idaho State............ 11/12/11 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 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 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 Time of Possession (I-AA/FCS era) 40:43 vs. Montana............. 9/24/11 39:16 at Eastern Wash...... 10/26/02 38:52 at Eastern Wash........ 11/1/08

Fewest 1st Downs (I-AA/FCS era) 3 at Boise State................... 8/31/06 5 vs. Montana State.......... 10/14/06 6 at New Mexico................ 9/22/07 6 at Northern Arizona........... 9/9/95 7 at Northern Colorado...... 10/8/11

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 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

Lowest Time of Poss. (I-AA/FCS era) 20:49 vs. Northern Colo.... 10/28/06 21:09 vs. Eastern Wash..... 10/25/03 21:23 vs. Northern Ariz.... 10/29/11

Most Touchdowns (I-AA/FCS era) 9 vs. Saint Mary’s................. 9/6/03 8 vs. Montana State............ 10/2/10 8 vs. CS Northridge............ 11/4/00 7 vs. Idaho State................. 9/27/03 7 vs. Northern Arizona...... 10/23/99 7 at Weber State................. 10/2/99 7 vs. UC Davis.................... 9/18/99

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

Fewest Touchdowns (I-AA/FCS era) 0, 14 times (last at UNLV)....................... 9/5/09

Fewest Penalties (I-AA/FCS era) 1 vs. CS Northridge.......... 11/19/94 2 vs. Portland State............. 11/6/10 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 at Montana...................... 9/25/10 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, 92 times (last vs. Idaho State)......... 11/12/11 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, Four times (last at Northern Arizona).. 10/30/10

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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. 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

18. 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

12. 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

19. Bob Miller C-A Yards Int TD 1964 65-142 906 3 9 1965 55-117 725 8 5 total 120-259 1,631 11 14

13. 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

20. Tony Trosin C-A Yards Int TD 1988 118-202 1,623 4 15 total 118-202 1,623 4 15

14. 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

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. Jeff Fleming, 2010-11............................... 441 12. A.J. Bernhardt, 1997-98........................... 367 13. Joe Garofalo, 1993-94............................. 327 14. Aaron Garcia, 1992-93............................ 326 15. Randy Payne, 1990-91............................. 289 16. Rick Bergstrom, 1968-70........................... 277 17. Marcel Marquez, 2006............................. 270 18. Ken Broughton, 1979-80........................... 259 Bob Miller, 1964-65.................................. 259 20. Angelo Oliva, 1984-87............................. 232

15. 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 16. Marcel Marquez C-A Yards Int TD 2006 142-270 1,910 15 10 total 142-270 1,910 15 10 17. 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

Attempts

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

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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. Jeff Fleming C-A Yards Int TD 2010 138-248 2,044 10 23 2011 105-193 1,138 5 7 total 243-441 3,182 15 30

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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. Jeff Fleming, 2010-11............................... 243 12. Joe Garofalo, 1993-94............................. 190 13. A.J. Bernhardt, 1997-98........................... 182 14. Aaron Garcia, 1992-93............................ 178 15. Randy Payne, 1990-91............................. 155 16. Marcel Marquez, 2006............................. 142 17. Rick Bergstrom, 1968-70........................... 134 18. Angelo Oliva, 1984-87............................. 120 Bob Miller, 1964-65.................................. 120 20. Tony Trosin, 1988..................................... 118

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. M. Bethel-Thompson, 2008-10.. .574 (113-197) 5. Tony Thomas, 1975.................. .564 (110-195) 6. Bobby Fresques, 1990-92 ....... .559 (260-465) 7. Jason Smith, 2007-09.............. .556 (442-795) 8. Mike Lippi, 1969-70................ .553 (249-450) 9. Ryan Leadingham, 2001-04... .552 (658-1191) 10. Jeff Fleming, 2010-11.............. .551 (243-441)

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. Jeff Fleming, 2010-pres............................... 30 8. Bobby Fresques, 1990-92 .......................... 27 9. Mike Lippi, 1969-70................................... 26 10. Drew Wyant, 1986-89................................ 23

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. Jeff Fleming, 2010-11............................ 131.4 6. Mike Sullivan, 1981-83.......................... 128.3 7. Aaron Garcia, 1992-93......................... 126.4 8. Greg Knapp, 1982-85........................... 124.1 Mike Lippi, 1969-70.............................. 124.1 10. Ryan Leadingham, 2001-04................... 122.1

Yards Per Pass (Min. 100 completions)

1. Ricky Ray, 1999-2000............................. 8.24 2. Phil Hickey, 1985-86................................ 8.11 3. Bobby Fresques, 1990-92........................ 8.08 4. Tony Trosin, 1988.................................... 8.03 5. Joe Garofalo, 1993-94............................ 7.99 6. Mike Sullivan, 1981-83............................ 7.67 7. Aaron Garcia, 1992-93........................... 7.57 8. Garrett White, 1998-02........................... 7.45 9. Rick Shrout, 1976.................................... 7.40 10. Greg Knapp, 1982-85............................. 7.26

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. Jeff Fleming, 2010-11............................ 176.8 6. Bobby Fresques, 1990-92...................... 170.8 7. Aaron Garcia, 1992-93......................... 164.5 8. Mike Lippi, 1969-70.............................. 157.0 9. Mike Sullivan, 1981-83.......................... 154.1 10. Joe Garofalo, 1993-94.......................... 153.8

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. Jeff Fleming, 2010................................. 2,044

Passing Touchdowns

1. Jeff Fleming, 2010...................................... 23 2. Ricky Ray, 1999.......................................... 20 3. Ryan Leadingham, 2001............................. 17 Tony Corbin, 1996...................................... 17 Tony Corbin, 1995...................................... 17 6. Jason Smith, 2007...................................... 16 Drew Wyant, 1989 .................................... 16 Greg Knapp, 1984 .................................... 16 Mike Lippi, 1969 ....................................... 16 10. 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. Jeff Fleming, 2010................................. 147.4 3. Tony Trosin, 1988.................................. 146.5 4. Mike Lippi, 1969................................... 144.8 5. Bobby Fresques, 1991............................ 142.2 6. Ricky Ray, 2000..................................... 142.1 7. Ryan Leadingham, 2003........................ 141.2 8. Jason Smith, 2008................................. 135.5 9. Mike Sullivan, 1982............................... 135.3 10. Joe Garofalo, 1994............................... 134.7

Yards Per Pass (Min. 100 attempts)

1. Mike Sullivan, 1982................................. 8.37 2. Ricky Ray, 1999....................................... 8.32 3. Bobby Fresques, 1991.............................. 8.31 4. Jeff Fleming, 2010................................... 8.24 5. Ricky Ray, 2000....................................... 8.15 6. Phil Hickey, 1986..................................... 8.10 7. Joe Garofalo, 1994................................. 8.08 8. Tony Trosin, 1988.................................... 8.03 9. Ryan Leadingham, 2003.......................... 7.90 10. Drew Wyant, 1989.................................. 7.84

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 Jeff Fleming vs. Montana State (10/2/10).. 348 16. Ricky Ray vs. CSN (11/4/00).................... 344

17. Ricky Ray vs. No. Arizona (10/23/99)...... 343 18. Greg Knapp at UC Davis (11/17/84)........ 341 19. Ryan Leadingham at Weber St. (9/29/01). 338 20. Larry Rodericks vs. USF (10/9/71)............. 337 21. Drew Wyant vs. Chico State (9/9/86)........ 336 Marcel Marquez at NAU (10/21/06)........ 336 23. Jeff Fleming at NAU (10/30/10)............... 333 24. Joe Garofalo at Portland St. (10/22/94).... 332 25. Aaron Garcia at Cal Poly (10/23/93)....... 331 26. Bobby Fresques at Pacific (9/8/90)............ 329 27. R. Leadingham vs. Humboldt St. (11/23/02)...324 28. Tony Corbin at EWU (9/16/95)................. 323 Jason Smith vs. Montana (10/24/09)........ 323 30. 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 33. Drew Wyant at Portland State (10/28/89).316 34. Ryan Leadingham at CSN (11/3/01)......... 314 35. Mike Sullivan at Chico State (10/24/81).... 313 36. Ryan Leadingham at PSU (11/24/01)........ 312 37. Jason Smith vs. Portland State (9/27/08)... 307 38. Bobby Fresques at CSN (11/16/91).......... 306 Aaron Garcia vs. So. Utah (11/20/93)...... 306 40. A.J. Bernhardt vs. Idaho State (10/4/97)... 305 R. Leadingham vs. Weber St. (11/16/02).. 305 42. Tony Corbin vs. UC Davis (10/28/95)........ 302 43. Tyler Jesse at Portland State (11/2/96)....... 301

Passing Touchdowns 1. 2. 3.

Ryan Leadingham vs. Idaho St. (9/27/03)..... 6 Jeff Fleming vs. Montana State (10/2/10)...... 5 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) Ricky Ray (left) holds the Edmonton Eskimo record for career completions, yards and touchdowns. He led the team to the 2005 Grey Cup title and currently ranks sixth in CFL history in career passing yards. He was traded to the Toronto Argonauts prior to the 2012 season. Aaron Garcia (right) became the first professional quarterback to throw 1,000 career touchdowns. He also holds the Arena League record for TDs in a game and is second in all-time passing yards. He led the Jacksonville Sharks to the 2011 Arena Bowl title and was the league’s Offensive Player of the Year.

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Career 300-Yard Games

7 - Ryan Leadingham 6 - Tony Corbin 4- Jason Smith 3 - Aaron Garcia, Ricky Ray, Mike Sullivan, Drew Wyant 2 - A.J. Bernhardt, Jeff Fleming, Marcel Marquez, Bobby Fresques 1 - Joe Garofalo, Tyler Jesse, Greg Knapp, Mike Lippi, Larry Rodericks, Tony Trosin

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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. Bryan Hilliard Att Yards Avg TD 1988 2007 154 826 5.4 7 1989 2008 237 1,082 4.6 12 total 2010 195 883 4.5 12 14. Derard Barton 2011 168 665 4.0 7 1999 total 754 3,456 4.6 38 2000 4. Donald Hair Att Yards Avg TD 2001 1985 161 1,097 6.8 11 2002 1986 123 653 5.3 7 total 1987 62 308 5.0 3 15. Rick Combs 1988 157 717 4.6 9 1971 total 503 2,775 5.5 30 1972 5. Troy Mills Att Yards Avg TD total 1990 203 1,103 5.4 8 16. Don Lewis 1991 223 1,668 7.5 17 1971 total 426 2,771 6.5 25 1972 6. Rob Harrison Att Yards Avg TD total 1985 94 590 6.1 2 1986 179 1,334 7.5 9 total 273 1,924 7.0 11

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. Jake Croxdale 2008 2009 2010 2011 total

Att Yards Avg TD 94 347 3.7 1 55 199 3.6 3 80 236 3.4 0 25 158 4.5 0 254 940 3.7 4

20. Arie Joseph 1992 1993 total

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

Attempts

1. Charles Roberts, 1997-2000.................1,124* 2. Bryan Hilliard, 2007-11............................ 754 3. John Farley, 1980-83 .............................. 726 4. Donald Hair, 1985-88 ............................. 503 5. Troy Mills, 1990-91.................................. 426 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. Bryan Hilliard, 2007-11.............................. 38 3. John Farley, 1980-83 ................................ 30 Donald Hair, 1985-88 ............................... 30 5. Troy Mills, 1990-91.................................... 25 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

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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. Chris Cavote, 1986-87............................. 4.83 9. Steve Buccellato, 1987-90........................ 4.82 10. Daimon Shelton, 1996............................. 4.80

Yards Per Game (Minimum 15 games)

1. Charles Roberts, 1997-2000.................. 156.0 2. Troy Mills, 1990-91............................... 138.6 3. Ryan Mole, 2004-05................................ 90.3 4. John Farley, 1980-83............................... 89.8 5. Bryan Hilliard, 2007-11........................... 88.6 6. Rob Harrison, 1985-86............................ 87.5 7. George Sula, 1974-75............................. 73.4 8. Mark Schutz, 1984-85............................. 71.4 9. Ed Bueno, 1988-89................................. 69.9 10. Donald Hair, 1985-88.............................. 69.4

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 — Jeff Fleming (2010)......................................... 399 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. Bryan Hilliard (9/11-10/23/10)................... 6 5. Four Players.................................................. 4 Last, Bryan Hilliard (11/3/07-8/30/08)

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9.

Charles Roberts, 1999................................. 22 Charles Roberts, 1998................................. 19 Troy Mills, 1991 ......................................... 17 Charles Roberts, 2000................................. 14 John Farley, 1982....................................... 13 Bryan Hilliard, 2008................................... 12 Bryan Hilliard, 2010................................... 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. Bryan Hilliard vs. Montana State (10/2/10).............. 194 25. Troy Mills at Pacific (8/31/91)................................. 193 26. Charles Roberts vs. Saint Mary’s (9/4/99)................ 188 27. Charles Roberts at Northern Arizona (11/11/00)...... 187 28. Troy Mills vs. UC Davis (10/5/91)............................ 185 Charles Roberts at Portland State (10/10/98)........... 185 30. Charles Roberts vs. Portland State (11/1/97)............ 183 Garrett White vs. Cal Poly (9/21/02)....................... 183 32. Troy Mills at Chico State (10/12/91)........................ 181 33. Terrance Dailey vs. Idaho State (10/10/09).............. 178 34. Troy Mills at Santa Clara (11/9/91)......................... 177 Ryan Mole at Montana (11/13/04).......................... 177 36. Charles Roberts vs. Montana (11/14/98)................. 176 37. John Farley at CS Northridge (9/4/82)..................... 175 38. Troy Mills at UC Davis (9/22/90)............................. 173 39. Arie Joseph vs. CS Hayward (9/4/93)...................... 172 40. Bryan Hilliard vs. Northern Colo. (11/15/08)........... 171 41. Rob Harrison vs. Portland State (10/18/86).............. 169 42. Bryan Hilliard at Northern Colo. (11/10/07)............ 168 43. Pedro Lewis vs. Portland State (10/31/92)................ 167 Charles Roberts at CS Northridge (10/16/99).......... 167 45. Pedro Lewis vs. Montana State (9/5/92)................... 166 Daimon Shelton vs. Weber State (11/9/96).............. 166 47. 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 50. John Farley vs. Sonoma State (9/11/82)................... 160 51. Troy Mills vs. Morris Brown (10/27/90).................... 158 52. 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 56. 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 60. Mark Schutz at Chico State (10/20/84).................... 154 Charles Roberts vs. Weber State (9/30/00)............... 154 62. Fred Douglas vs. Humboldt State (11/15/80)............ 152 63. Charles Roberts vs. Weber State (10/3/98)............... 151 Tyronne Gross at Eastern Wash. (10/26/02)............. 151 65. Mark Schutz vs. Saint Mary’s (9/22/84)................... 149 66. Michael Stewart vs. UC Davis (10/28/95)................ 148 67. Troy Mills at Abilene Christian (9/21/91).................. 144 68. Donald Hair vs. Cal Poly (11/2/85)......................... 143 69. John Farley at Cal Poly Pomona (9/20/80)............... 142 70. 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 73. John Farley at CS Hayward (10/9/82)..................... 140

Rob Martinson vs. NC Central (11/26/88)................ 140 75. Troy Mills at Montana State (9/14/91)...................... 139 76. Michael Stewart vs. Texas State (10/14/95).............. 138 77. 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 81. Bryan Hilliard vs. Weber State (9/18/10).................. 136 82. Tyronne Gross at Cal Poly (9/13/03)........................ 135 83. Tyronne Gross vs. Saint Mary’s (9/6/03).................. 134 84. Donald Hair at Saint Mary’s (9/28/85).................... 133 Donald Hair vs. CS Northridge (11/22/86).............. 133 Bryan Hilliard vs. Northern Colorado (10/9/10)....... 133 87. 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 92. Troy Mills vs. Cal Poly (10/19/91)............................ 131 93. 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 98. Donald Hair at Humboldt State (10/19/85).............. 128 99. Rob Harrison at Cal Poly (11/8/86)......................... 127 100. Rob Harrison vs. Chico State (10/26/85)................ 126 101. Donald Hair vs. Mesa College (9/26/87)................ 125 Bryan Hilliard vs. Portland State (9/27/08)............. 125 103. Daimon Shelton at Montana State (11/16/96)........ 124 Bryan Hilliard at Montana (9/25/10)..................... 124 105. Rob Harrison vs. UC Davis (11/23/85)................... 123 Arie Joseph at San Francisco State (9/11/93)......... 123 107. 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)................... 122 110. 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).................. 121 113. Donald Hair at Cal Lutheran (11/9/85).................. 120 114. Ed Bueno at West Texas State (9/2/89)................... 118 Charles Roberts at UC Davis (10/28/00)................ 118 116. Travon Jones at Portland State (9/15/07)................ 117 117. 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)...................... 115 120. Jerry Ford vs. Chico State (10/24/70).................... 114 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)............. 114 125. Kendall Riley vs. Eastern Wash. (10/20/01)............ 113 126. Rob Harrison vs. Humboldt State (10/19/85).......... 111 Terrance Dailey at Portland State (10/3/09)............ 111 128. Donald Hair vs. Chico State (10/26/85)................. 110 Troy Gassaway at Chico State (9/24/94)................ 110 130. 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)....... 109 135. Jerry Ford at Nevada (10/18/70).......................... 108 John Farley vs. Humboldt State (10/23/82)............. 108 137. 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 Bryan Hilliard vs. Western Oregon (9/11/10)......... 107 141. Bryan Hilliard at Northern Colorado (10/8/11)...... 106 142. 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 Bryan Hilliard at Eastern Wash. (10/23/10)........... 105 146. Dennis Taylor vs. CS Northridge (11/7/81)............. 104

Tyronne Gross vs. Northern Arizona (10/11/03)..... 104 148. Evander Wilkins vs. Humboldt State (8/30/08)......... 103 149. Orlando Mayes vs. Humboldt State (9/27/86)........ 102 Garrett White vs. Humboldt State (11/23/02)......... 102 151. Dennis Taylor at Humboldt State (11/14/81)........... 101 Donald Hair at UC Davis (11/19/88)..................... 101 Bryan Hilliard at Southern Utah (9/10/11).............. 101 154. 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 Bryan Hilliard vs. Montana (10/24/11)................... 100 Garrett Safron vs. Eastern Wash. (10/22/11)......... 100

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; 17 - Bryan Hilliard; 15 - Troy Mills; 12 - John Farley; 11 - Donald Hair; 9 - Rob Harrison; 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, Jerry Ford, Dennis Taylor, Garrett White, Evander Wilkins; 1 - Derard Barton, Steve Buccellato, Fred Douglas, Rob Martinson, Sam McCowan, Orlando Mayes, Kendall Riley, Garrett Safron.

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

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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

10. Brandyn Reed 2009 2010 2011 total

Rec Yards Avg TD 46 731 15.9 7 4 26 6.5 0 26 542 20.8 6 76 1,299 17.1 13

11. Chase Deadder 2008 2010 2011 total

Rec Yards Avg TD 21 358 17.0 1 37 788 21.3 6 15 152 10.1 4 73 1,298 17.8 11

T12. 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 T12. Carlos Smith 1996 1997 total

Rec Yards Avg TD 53 738 13.9 4 33 544 16.5 2 86 1,282 14.9 6

14. 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

15. 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

16. 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

17. 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 18. 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

19. 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

20. 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

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. Dylan Lane, 2007-10.................................. 96 9. Bill Yurong, 1965-67................................... 95 10. Donald Hair, 1985-88 ............................... 94 11. Tom Jones, 1969-71.................................... 91 12. Scott Towne, 1997-2000............................. 88 13. Carlos Smith, 1996-97................................ 86 14. Lin Klinkhammer, 1985-86.......................... 85 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. Brandyn Reed, 2009-11.............................. 76

Touchdowns 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8.

Fred Amey, 2001-04................................... 27 Mike Carter, 1968-69................................. 17 Lamont Webb, 1997-2000.......................... 16 Tony Washington, 2007-08......................... 15 Eric Harrington 1992-93............................ 15 Mark Young, 1986-88................................. 14 Brandyn Reed, 2009-11.............................. 13 Chase Deadder, 2008-11............................ 11 Mitch Oliver, 1995..................................... 11 Zebedee Brye, 1987-89 ............................. 11 Chris Bowman, 1969-71............................. 11

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 Shelly, 1980-81......................... 18.12 10. Chase Deadder, 2008-11....................... 17.78

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. Brandyn Reed, 2009-11......................... 64.95 6. Ron Weaver, 1988-89............................ 62.32 7. Carlos Smith, 1985-86........................... 58.27 Lin Klinkhammer, 1996-97..................... 58.27 9. Eric Harrington, 1992-93....................... 55.50 10. Sheridan Mitchell, 1996-97.................... 55.32

Season

Yards Per Catch (Minimum 25 receptions)

1. Kevin Fontes, 1982................................ 23.21 2. Jason Barnes, 2006............................... 22.25 3. Chase Deadder, 2010............................ 21.30 4. James Ferguson, 1985 ......................... 20.92 5. Brandyn Reed, 2011.............................. 20.85 6. Mitch Oliver, 1995................................. 20.16 7. Clint Primm, 1992.................................. 19.02 8. Cecil Williams, 1984 ........................... 18.94 9. Brian Sallee, 1983................................. 18.86 10. Tyrone Taylor, 1996............................... 18.79

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 Morris Norrise vs. Montana State (10/2/10).. 3 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. 9.

Mike Carter, 1969...................................... 14 Tony Washington, 2008.............................. 12 Mitch Oliver, 1995...................................... 11 Fred Amey, 2002.......................................... 9 Eric Harrington, 1993 .................................. 9 Morris Norrise, 2010.................................... 8 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 Shelly, 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 Chris Bowman vs. Cal Poly Pomona (9/26/70)..... 164 23. Carlos Smith at Eastern Wash. (10/11/97).......... 163 Zebede Brye at Portland State (10/28/89)........... 163 25. Marvin Shelly at Chico State (10/24/81)............. 161 26. Fred Amey vs. Northern Arizona (11/10/01)....... 160 27. Tom Jones vs. Cal State Hayward (10/31/70)...... 159 Tony Washington vs. Southern Ore. (9/13/08)..... 159 29. Tony Washington vs. Portland State (9/27/08)..... 158 Fred Amey vs. Southern Utah (9/18/04).............. 158 31. Lamont Webb at CS Northridge (10/16/99)........ 157 Carlos Smith vs. UC Davis (9/20/97)................... 157 33. Fred Amey at Eastern Wash. (10/30/04)............. 156 Michael Johnson at Pacific (9/8/90).................... 156 35. Andre Taylor at Northern Arizona (10/21/06)..... 155 36. Clint Primm at CS Northridge (11/17/92)............ 154 37. Fred Amey at Idaho State (9/28/02).................... 153 38. Lamont Webb at Northern Arizona (11/11/00)... 151 39. Kevin Fontes at UC Davis (11/13/82).................. 148 40. 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 43. Chase Deadder vs. Montana State (10/2/10)....... 145 44. Michael Parker at CS Fullerton (9/26/92)............ 144 45. Sheridan Mitchell vs. UC Davis (9/20/97)............ 142 46. 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 49. Brandyn Reed vs. Northern Ariz.(10/29/11)........ 140 Kevin Fontes vs. Eastern Wash. (11/20/82).......... 140 51. Fred Amey vs. Cal Poly (9/21/02)....................... 139 Otis Gillespie at CS Hayward (10/9/82).............. 139 53. Lamont Webb at Idaho State (9/23/00)............... 138 54. Stephan Richardson vs. Saint Mary’s (11/4/95).... 137 55. Andre Taylor at Idaho State (11/4/06)................. 135 56. 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 59. Fred Amey vs. Eastern Wash. (10/25/03)............ 133 Kevin Fontes vs. San Francisco State (11/6/82).... 133 61. Brandyn Reed at Montana State (10/1/11).......... 132 Chris Kelly at Cal Poly (11/20/99)...................... 132 Mark Young at Southern Utah (10/25/86)........... 132 64. Tony Washington at Montana (10/18/08)............. 130 Scott Towne vs. CS Northridge (11/4/00)............ 130 66. Fred Amey at Idaho State (10/23/04).................. 129 67. Doug Arlin at Portland State (10/22/94).............. 128 68. Morris Norrise at Weber State (9/17/11)............ 127 69. Scott Towne at UC Davis (10/28/00)................... 126 Brian Amos at Chico State (9/24/94).................. 126 71. Chase Deadder at Eastern Wash. (10/23/10)...... 124 72. 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 76. Lamont Webb vs. UC Davis (9/18/99)................. 122 Jermaine Hollie vs. Cal Poly (10/16/93).............. 122 Chris Bowman vs. CS Hayward (10/31/70)......... 122 79. Ryan Coogler at Portland State (9/15/07)............ 121 Joe Little at Abilene Christian (9/21/91)............... 121 81. Eric Harrington vs. Abilene Christ. (9/18/92)....... 120 82. Sheridan Mitchell vs. Cal Poly (11/12/94)........... 119 Marlan Meggers vs. Pacific (10/22/88)............... 119 84. Sheridan Mitchell vs. Eastern Wash. (10/12/96).. 118 85. 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 89. Chase Deadder vs. Portland State (11/6/10)........ 116 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 94. 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 97. Tony Washington at Eastern Wash. (11/1/08)...... 114 Alex Estrada at Cal Poly (10/21/95)................... 114 99. Carlos Smith at Portland State (11/2/96)............. 113 100. Fred Amey at Cal Poly (9/13/03)...................... 112 101. 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)..... 111 105. Fred Amey vs. UC Davis (10/4/03)................... 110 Eric Harrington at SF State (9/11/93)................ 110 Joe Little at Chico State (10/12/91)................... 110 Tim Jones vs. Portland State (10/6/84)............... 110 108. 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)...... 109 112. Donald Hair vs. Chico State (9/10/88).............. 108 113. 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)........... 107 116. 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)................ 105 122. 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)................. 104 125. Joe Little vs. CS Northridge (11/16/91)............. 103 126. Chase Deadder vs. Idaho State (11/13/10)....... 102 Chris Kelly at Montana (9/11/99)..................... 102 128. 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, Brandyn Reed, Carlos Smith, Scott Towne, Ron Weaver 4 - Chase Deadder, Joe Little, Sheridan Mitchell 3 - Jason Barnes, Zebede Brye, Eric Harrington, Jermaine Hollie, Michael Johnson, Jr., Lin Klinkhammer, Mitch Oliver, 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, Morris Norrise, Greg Ochoa, Stephan Richardson, Marvin Shelly, 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) Oct. 31, 1970 vs. Cal State Hayward Tom Jones (159) & Chros Bowman (122)

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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. Peter Buck 2007 2008 2009 2010 total

UA AT Tot TFL 2 12 14 0.0 45 39 84 2.5 39 41 80 4.5 52 44 96 8.0 138 136 274 15.0

6. Mike Brannon 2005 2006 2007 2008 total

UA AT 30 24 24 30 47 34 43 26 144 114

7. 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

8. 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

9. 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

10. 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

Tot TFL 54 11.0 54 11.0 81 18.0 69 12.5 258 52.5

11. Carlos Williams 1996 1998 1999 total

UA AT Tot TFL 1 8 9 0.0 28 41 69 1.0 51 81 132 12.0 80 130 210 13.0

12. 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

13. 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

14. Lorenzo Lynch 1985 1986 total

UA 57 41 98

AT Tot TFL 49 106 7.0 48 89 1.0 97 195 8.0

15. Ryan Kroeker 2002 2003 total

UA 69 54 123

AT Tot TFL 36 105 5.0 34 88 10.0 70 193 15.0

16. Anthony Daisley UA 1999 51 2000 70 total 121

AT 38 30 68

Tot TFL 89 25.0 100 19.0 189 44.0

17. Zach Schrader 2009 2010 total

UA 50 44 94

AT Tot TFL 53 103 0.5 38 82 3.5 91 185 4.0

18. 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

19. Zack Nash 2008 2009 2010 2011 total

UA 19 17 26 27 89

AT Tot TFL 28 47 5.5 17 34 3.5 11 37 16.5 25 52 15.0 81 170 40.5

19. Shane Scott 1997 1998 total

UA AT Tot TFL 28 41 69 7.0 37 61 98 9.0 65 102 167 16.0

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Matt Logue

Peter Buck

Mike Brannon

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. Peter Buck, 2007-10................................. 138 10. Ryan Kroeker, 2002-03............................. 123

Tackles for Loss

1. Mike Brannon, 2005-08........................... 52.5 2. Matt Logue, 2002-05............................... 45.5 3. Anthony Daisley, 1999-2000.................... 44.0 4. Ryland Wickman, 1995-98...................... 41.0 5. Zack Nash, 2008-11............................... 40.5 6. Cyrus Mulitalo, 2005-08.......................... 32.0 7. Christian Clark, 2007-10......................... 31.0 8. Tyson Butler, 2003-06.............................. 24.0 9. Nick Echols, 1997-98.............................. 23.0 10. Damien Mason, 1994-96......................... 21.0 James Henderson, 2003-07...................... 21.0

Sacks

1. Zack Nash, 2008-11............................... 29.5 2. Mike Brannon, 2005-08........................... 27.5 3. Kelly Osborn, 1981-84............................ 25.5 4. Christian Clark, 2007-10......................... 19.5 Randy Rains, 1985-87............................. 19.5 6. Anthony Daisley, 1999-2000.................... 18.0 7. Darren Arbet, 1983-85............................ 16.0 8. Damien Mason, 1994-96......................... 14.5 9. Jason Sandel, 1995-96............................ 12.5 10. Stuart Bailey, 1986.................................. 12.0

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. Ramon Payne, 2001-04................................ 7 Mike Smith, 1974-75.................................... 7 Craig Johnson, 1968-69............................... 7 Marvin Welch, 1966-67................................ 7

Fumbles Forced (Div. I-AA/FCS Era) 1. 2. 3.

88

Zack Nash, 2008-11.................................. 10 Ryland Wickman, 1995-98........................... 7 Zach Schrader, 2009-10............................... 6 Ramon Payne, 2001-04................................ 6 Anthony Daisley, 1999-2000......................... 6

Fumbles Recovered (Div. I-AA/FCS Era) 1. 2.

David Coleman, 2008-11.............................. 6 Peter Buck, 2007-10..................................... 5 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. Anthony Daisley, 1999............................. 25.0 2. Anthony Daisley, 2000............................. 19.0 3. Mike Brannon, 2007................................ 18.0 4. Zack Nash, 2010..................................... 16.5 5. Ryland Wickman, 1997........................... 16.0 6. Christian Clark, 2009............................... 15.5 7. Zack Nash, 2011..................................... 15.0 8. Matt Logue, 2005.................................... 14.5 9. Jacob Houston, 2004............................... 14.0 10. Cyrus Mulitalo, 2007............................... 13.5

Sacks 1. 2. 5. 7. 8.

Zack Nash, 2010..................................... 13.0 Anthony Daisley, 1999............................. 12.0 Jason Sandel, 1995................................. 12.0 Stuart Bailey, 1986.................................. 12.0 Randy Rains, 1986.................................. 11.5 Kelly Osborn, 1984................................. 11.5 Zack Nash, 2011..................................... 10.5 Christian Clark, 2009............................... 10.0 Jacob Houston, 2004............................... 10.0 Dustin Smith, 1998.................................. 10.0

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. 3. 4.

Zack Nash vs. Idaho State (11/12/11)....... 5.0 Zack Nash at Idaho State (11/13/10)......... 5.0 Christian Clark vs. NAU (10/31/09).......... 4.0 Zack Nash vs. Northern Colo. (10/9/10).... 3.5 Mike Brannon vs. EWU (10/27/07)............ 3.5 Tyson Butler vs. EWU (10/29/05)............... 3.5

Tackles for Loss 1. 4.

Zack Nash vs. Idaho State (11/12/11)....... 6.0 Zack Nash at Idaho State (11/13/10)......... 6.0 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. 5.

Ramon Payne at Idaho State (10/23/04)....... 3 Chad Johnson vs. Chico State (9/23/95)....... 3 Merv Davis at Nevada (9/27/75).................. 3 Terry Patterson at CP Pomona (9/22/73)........ 3 Joe Larche vs. Montana (9/24/11)................ 2 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 2010 Peter Buck 52-44-96 K. Monson/D. Willis 2 Zack Nash 13.0 Zack Nash 16.5 E. Wilkins/O. Odiase 2011 Todd Davis 47-49-96 Joe Larche 2 Zack Nash 10.5 Zack Nash 15.0 Kyle Monson 2 Osagie Odiase 2

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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. Jeff Fleming, 2010-11............................ 3,963 9. John Farley, 1980-83............................. 3,862 10. Drew Wyant, 1986-89........................... 3,742

Total Offense Per Game (min. 15 games)

1. Ricky Ray, 1999-2000........................... 231.9 2. Tony Corbin, 1995-96............................ 228.8 3. Jeff Fleming, 2010-11............................ 220.2 4. Ryan Leadingham, 2001-04................... 192.2 5. Jason Smith, 2007-09............................ 177.7 6. Bobby Fresques, 1990-92...................... 161.3 7. Joe Garofalo, 1993-94.......................... 159.8 8. Charles Roberts, 1997-2000.................. 157.5 9. Aaron Garcia, 1992-93......................... 154.5 10. Mike Sullivan, 1981-83.......................... 148.7

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. Bryan Hilliard, 2007-11.............................. 38 Mike Sullivan, 1981-83............................... 38 7. Jeff Fleming, 2010-11................................. 37 8. Lyle James, 1966-68................................... 36 9. Tony Corbin, 1995-95................................. 35 10. Donald Hair, 1985-88................................. 34 John Farley, 1980-83.................................. 34

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. Jeff Fleming, 2010................................. 2,443 6. Ricky Ray, 2000 ................................... 2,389 7. Charles Roberts, 1998............................ 2,293 8. Tony Corbin, 1996................................. 2,260 9. Drew Wyant, 1989 ............................... 2,173 10. Mike Sullivan, 1982............................... 2,099

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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. Jeff Fleming, 2010................................. 222.1 9. Ricky Ray, 2000..................................... 217.2 10. Jeff Fleming, 2011................................. 217.1

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. Fred Scott, 1959...................................... 7.22 7. Bryan Pendergrast, 1988......................... 6.95 8. Phil Hickey, 1986..................................... 6.93 9. Jeff Fleming, 2010................................... 6.90 10. McLeod Bethel-Thompson, 2008............... 6.89

Touchdowns Responsible For 1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Jeff Fleming, 2010...................................... 25 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 Jeff Fleming vs. Montana State (10/2/10).. 393 Tony Corbin vs. Cal Poly (11/23/96)......... 377 Ricky Ray vs. UC Davis (9/8/99)............... 373

Touchdowns (Rush & Pass) 1. 4.

Jeff Fleming vs. Montana State (10/2/10)...... 6 (5 pass/1 rush) 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)

4. Ray Williams, 1975-76.......................... 129.0 5. Ryan Mole, 2004-05.............................. 123.7 6. Donald Hair, 1985-88............................ 115.7 7. John Farley, 1980-83............................. 104.8 8. Tyrone Taylor, 1996-97............................ 99.5 9. Rob Harrison, 1985-86............................ 96.3 10. Lamont Webb, 1997-2000....................... 92.9

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. Bryan Hilliard, 2007-11......................... 3,540 8. Ray Williams, 1975-76.......................... 2,580 9. Ryan Mole, 2004-05.............................. 2,226 10. Pedro Lewis, 1991-93............................ 2,190

Yards Per Game (min. 15 games)

1. Troy Mills, 1990-91............................... 203.5 2. Charles Roberts, 1997-2000.................. 169.3 3. Fred Amey, 2001-04.............................. 147.5

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SCORING/KICKING RECORDS Scoring Career Points

1. Charles Roberts, 1997-2000..................... 352 2. Scott Brown, 1996-99............................... 239 3. Bryan Hilliard, 2007-11............................ 230 4. Donald Hair, 1985-88............................... 204 John Farley, 1980-83................................ 204 6. Juan Gamboa, 2005-08........................... 203 7. Fred Amey, 2001-04................................. 178 8. Troy Mills, 1990-91.................................. 176 9. Mike Clemons, 1964-68............................ 175 10. Tyson Becker, 1992-95.............................. 146

Touchdowns 1. 2. 3. 5. 7. 8. 9.

Charles Roberts, 1997-2000....................... 57 Bryan Hilliard, 2007-11.............................. 38 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 Mark Young, 1986-88................................. 18 Tyronne Gross, 2002-04............................. 17 Lamont Webb, 1997-2000.......................... 17 Mike Carter, 1968-69................................. 17

Extra Points

Touchdowns

PAT Percentage (1981-Present) (min. 30 att.)

Extra Points

1. Scott Brown, 1996-99................................. 44 2. Juan Gamboa, 2005-08............................. 36 3. Tyson Becker, 1992-95............................... 26 4. Chris Diniz, 2009-10.................................. 25 5. Jim Crouch, 1990-91.................................. 19 Roy Arreygue, 1973-75.............................. 19 7. Bret LeVier, 2001-03................................... 16 Dave DeSilva, 1984-85............................... 16 Mike Clemons, 1964-68.............................. 16 10. Rick Bergstrom, 1968-70............................. 12 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Matt Nilsson, 1986-87 (47-48)................. .979 Chris Diniz, 2009-10 (70-74)................... .946 Mark Franceschetti (55-59)....................... .932 Juan Gamboa, 2004-08 (95-102)............ .931 Bret LeVier, 2001-03 (48-52).................... .923

Field Goal Pct. (1976-Present) (min. 10 att.) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Chris Diniz, 2009-10 (25-28)................... .893 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. Chris Diniz, 2009-10.................................. 70 4. Tyson Becker, 1992-95............................... 68 5. Jim Crouch, 1990-91.................................. 61 6. Mark Franceschetti, 1981, 83...................... 55 7. Dave DeSilva, 1984-85............................... 53 Rick Bergstrom, 1968-70............................. 53 Mike Clemons, 1964, 66-68........................ 53 10. Bret LeVier, 2001-03................................... 48

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Field Goals

1. Charles Roberts, 1999 (22 TD, 3 2XP)........ 138 2. Troy Mills, 1991 (21 TD)........................... 126 3. Charles Roberts, 1998 (20 TD, 1 2XP)........ 122 4. John Farley, 1982 (15 TD)........................... 90 5. Charles Roberts, 2000 (14 TD, 1 2XP).......... 86 6. Scott Brown, 1999 (14 FG, 42 PAT).............. 84 Mike Carter, 1969 (14 TD).......................... 84 8. Chris Diniz, 2010 (13 FG, 40 PAT)............... 79 9. Bret LeVier, 2002 (14 FG, 35 PAT)................ 77 10. Mike Clemons, 1964 (8 TD, 4 FG, 16 PAT)... 76

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 1. 3. 4. 6. 7. 9.

Charles Roberts, 1999................................. 22 Troy Mills, 1991.......................................... 21 Charles Roberts, 1998................................. 20 John Farley, 1982....................................... 15 Charles Roberts, 2000................................. 14 Mike Carter, 1969...................................... 14 Bryan Hilliard, 2010................................... 12 Bryan Hilliard, 2008................................... 12 Tony Washington, 2008.............................. 12 Donald Hair, 1988...................................... 12 Scott Brown, 1999...................................... 42 Jim Gill, 1988............................................ 42 Chris Diniz, 2010....................................... 40 Jim Crouch, 1991....................................... 36 Matt Nilsson, 1986..................................... 36 Bret LeVier, 2002........................................ 35 Juan Gamboa, 2008................................... 33 Dave DeSilva, 1985.................................... 33 Chris Diniz, 2009....................................... 30 Jimmy Sanchez, 2000................................. 30

Field Goals

1. Bret LeVier, 2002........................................ 14 Scott Brown, 1999...................................... 14 3. Chris Diniz, 2010....................................... 13 Scott Brown, 1999...................................... 13 Jim Crouch, 1991....................................... 13 6. Chris Diniz, 2009....................................... 12 Juan Gamboa, 2008................................... 12 8. Tyson Becker, 1995..................................... 11 Dave DeSilva, 1985.................................... 11 10. Scitt Brown, 1996....................................... 10 Jim Gill, 1988............................................ 10

PAT Percentage (1984-Present) (min. 10 att.) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Matt Nilsson, 1987 (11-11).................... 1.000 Matt Nilsson, 1986 (36-37)...................... .973 Juan Gamboa, 2005 (22-23)................... .957 Chris Diniz, 2010 (40-42)........................ .952 Juan Gamboa, 2006 (17-18)................... .944

Field Goal Pct. (1976-Present) (min. 5 att.) 1. 2. 3. 4.

Chris Diniz, 2009 (12-13)........................ .923 Chris Diniz, 2010 (13-15)........................ .867 Jim Crouch, 1991 (13-16)........................ .812 Bret LeVier, 2002 (14-18)......................... .778 Tyson Becker, 1994 (7-9).......................... .778

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Game Points

Charles Roberts vs. Idaho State (11/6/99).......... 30

Touchdowns

Charles Roberts vs. Idaho State (11/6/99)............ 5

Field Goals 1. 3.

Chris Diniz at Montana (9/25/10)................. 4 Bret LeVier vs. Weber State (11/16/02)......... 4 Nine times.................................................... 3 (Last by Juan Gamboa at MSU (10/20/07)

Kicking

Longest Field Goal 1. 2. 5. 7. 9.

Career Attempts

1. Steve Thorns, 1995-98.............................. 282 2. Drew Long, 1987-90................................. 255 3. Mitch Lively, 2003-06................................ 205 4. Augie Heath, 2009-11.............................. 153 5. Jerry Angelich, 1973-74........................... 128 Doyle Brunson, 1968-69........................... 128 7. Stu Hall, 1980-81..................................... 122 8. Chris Bowman, 1969-71........................... 121 9. Andy Wilhoit, 1991-92............................. 112 10. Jimmy Sanchez, 2000-01.......................... 108

Yards

Scott Brown vs. Eastern Wash. (10/31/98).. 53 Chris Diniz at Stanford (9/4/10)................. 52 Chris Dinz at Montana State (11/14/09)..... 52 Scott Brown at Montana (9/27/97).............. 52 Chris Diniz at Montana (9/25/10)............... 50 Bret LeVier at No. Arizona (10/12/02)........ 50 Roy Arreyque at Chico State (11/8/75)....... 49 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 Roy Arreygue at SF State (11/2/74)............ 48

1. Steve Thorns, 1995-98......................... 11,394 2. Drew Long, 1987-90.............................. 9,641 3. Mitch Lively, 2003-06............................. 8,370 4. Augie Heath, 2009-11........................... 5,670 5. Doyle Brunson, 1968-69........................ 5,410 6. Jerry Angelich, 1973-74........................ 4,619 7. Stu Hall, 1980-81.................................. 4,609 8. Jimmy Sanchez, 2000-01....................... 4,409 9. Andy Wilhoit, 1991-92.......................... 4,328 10. Chris Bowman, 1969-71........................ 4,241

Average (Min. 50 Attempts)

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. Andy Wilhoit, 1991-92.......................... 38.64 9. Shaun Verner, 1983-84.......................... 37.94 10. Drew Long, 1987-90.............................. 37.81

Season Attempts

1. Chris Pappageorgas, 1977.......................... 95 2. Jerry Angelich, 1974.................................. 86 3. Drew Long, 1987........................................ 82 4. Mitch Lively, 2005....................................... 81 5. Jim Mason, 1978........................................ 77 6. Steve Thorns, 1996..................................... 75 7. Steve Thorns, 1995..................................... 73 Steve Bernard, 1975................................... 73 9. Chris Bowman, 1970.................................. 71 10. Steve Thorns, 1998..................................... 68 Doyle Brunson, 1969.................................. 68

Yards

1. Chris Pappageorgas, 1977..................... 3,526 2. Mitch Lively, 2005.................................. 3,202 3. Jerry Angelich, 1974............................. 3,127 4. Drew Long, 1987................................... 2,959 5. Steve Thorns, 1996................................ 2,945 6. Steve Thorns, 1997................................ 2,907 7. Doyle Brunson, 1969............................. 2,845 8. Steve Thorns, 1998................................ 2,833 9. Jim Mason, 1978................................... 2,822 10. Steve Bernard, 1975.............................. 2,715

Average

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

Game

Attempts

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

Longest Punt 1. 2. 3. 5. 8.

92

Jerry Angelich vs. CS Fullerton (11/10/73).. 75 Andy Wilhoit at Montana State (9/14/91)... 74 Steve Thorns at Montana (9/27/97)............ 71 Doyle Brunson vs. CP Pomona (9/28/68)..... 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 Mitch Lively at Northern Ariz. (10/2/04)..... 65 Steve Thorns at Idaho State (10/5/96)......... 65 Jim Mason vs. Nevada (10/28/78)............. 65

Juan Gamboa (left) ranks fifth in school history in total points with 203. Gamboa is also second in career extra points (95) and career field goals (36). A four-year starter, Gamboa was the kicker for the Arena Football League’s San Jose SaberCats in 2011. Chris Diniz (right) tied the school record with four field goals at Montana in 2010. Diniz made three field goals of at least 50 yards in his two seasons, including a pair of 52 yarders.

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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. Sam McCowan, 2009-pres.................... 1,041 5. John Hendershott, 2009-11.................... 1,034 6. Tyrone Taylor, 1996-97............................. 978 7. Jamie Berry, 1986-87............................... 799 8. Charlie Bell, 1968-70................................ 758 9. Troy Mills, 1990-91.................................. 754 10. Kris Daniels, 2003-06............................... 723

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. John Hendershott, 2009-11.................... 22.98 9. Charlie Bell, 1968-70............................. 22.97 10. Jamie Berry, 1986-87............................ 22.83

Attempts

1. Fred Amey, 2001-04................................... 81 2. Ray Williams, 1975-76............................... 61 3. Lamont Webb, 1997-2000.......................... 57 4. Sam McCowan, 2009-pres......................... 48 5. John Hendershott, 2009-11......................... 45 6. Tyrone Taylor, 1996-97............................... 41 Ralph Clark, 1977...................................... 41 8. Jamie Berry, 1986-87................................. 35 9. Charlie Bell, 1968-70.................................. 33 10. Kyle Hill, 2008........................................... 30 Kris Daniels, 2003-06................................. 30 Mario Bobino, 1984-85.............................. 30

Season

Attempts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9.

Ralph Clark, 1977...................................... 41 Ray Williams, 1976.................................... 40 John Hendershott, 2011.............................. 31 Kyle Hill, 2008........................................... 30 Lamont Webb, 2000................................... 28 Mario Bobino, 1984................................... 28 Jody Johnson, 2007.................................... 27 Tyrone Taylor, 1997.................................... 26 Sam McCowan, 2010................................. 24 Fred Amey, 2003........................................ 24

Longest Kickoff Returns for Touchdown

1. Charlie Bell at San Francisco (11/7/70)....... 95 2. James Ferguson vs. HSU (10/19/85)......... 100 Mario Bobino vs. Sonoma St. (10/27/84).. 100 4. Tyrone Taylor at Idaho State (10/5/96)........ 99 J.R. Gillaspy vs. Nevada (1956)................... 99 6. Brian Allred vs. Pacific (8/31/91)................ 92 7. John Hendershott at Mont. St. (10/1/11)...... 91 8. Lamont Webb vs. CS Northridge (11/4/00). 90 9. Tyrone Taylor at CS Northridge (10/25/97). 89 10. Jody Johnson at Portland State (9/15/07).... 85 Ralph Clark vs. CS Hayward (11/12/77)..... 85 12. Bret Satchwell vs. SF State (10/10/81)......... 84

Punt Returns Career 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, 2006-10......................... 273 10. Marvin Welch, 1966-67............................ 245

Career Average (Min. 15 Returns)

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. Sam McCowan, 2010............................... 498

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

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

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

Most Punt Returns (Season) 1. 2. 3. 5. 7. 8.

Fred Amey, 2002........................................ 33 Brett Satchwell, 1981.................................. 28 Eric Harrington, 1992................................. 26 Donald Hines, 1990.................................... 26 Donald Hiles, 1991..................................... 25 Charlie Bell, 1970....................................... 25 Donald Hair, 1988...................................... 23 Donald Hair, 1986...................................... 20 Dave Hogge, 1982..................................... 20 Charlie Bell, 1968....................................... 20

Longest Punt Returns for Touchdown

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. Kyle Monson at Stanford (9/4/10)............... 70 6. Donald Hines vs. Chico State (9/9/89)......... 67 Donald Hair vs. Cal Lutheran (11/12/88).... 67 8. Eric Harrington vs. Cal Poly (10/23/93)...... 62 9. Camron Mbewa vs. EWU (10/20/01)........*60 10. Joe Little vs. Abeline Christian (9/21/91)..... 57 * Blocked punt return

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, 2006-10........................... 42 7. Brett Satchwell, 1980-81............................. 34 8. Lamont Webb, 1997-2000.......................... 31 9. Jim Brown, 1979, 81.................................. 29 10. Alex Estrada, 1994-95................................ 26

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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) 1954 Statistics Not Available 1955 Statistics Not Available 1956 J.R. Gillaspy John Eaton Roddy Hamilton Roddy Hamilton John Eaton N/A N/A N/A (109-584-4) (343-3-2) (20-340-5) (30) (730) 1957 Leroy McNear Fred Scott Dan Chamberlain John Eaton Fred Scott N/A N/A N/A (91-434-3) (731-4-N/A) (22-354-3) (50) (731) 1958 Statistics Not Available 1959 Jim Holt Fred Scott Raul Quesada Holt/Barba Fred Scott N/A N/A N/A (117-610-2) (970-3-9) (23-408-3) (12) (910) 1960 Statistics Not Available 1961 Statistics Not Available 1962 Gene Reyes Mike Flock Gary Kelley Gene Reyes Gene Reyes N/A N/A N/A (95-493-6) (414-1-4) (20-203-1) (36) (564) 1963 Marvin Grim Jay Stromgren Gary Kelley N/A Marvin Grim N/A N/A N/A (11-536) (296-6-2) (7-89-0) (536) 1964 Homer Mascorro Bob Miller Gary Kellley Mike Clemons Bob Miller N/A N/A Gary Kelley (125-441-N/A) (906-9-3) (31-543-7) (69) (1,054) (546) 1965 Rich Falk Bob Miller Davie Cummings Davie Cummings Bob Miller N/A N/A Davie Cummings (48-184-0) (725-5-8) (22-417-4) (24) (795) (555) 1966 Al Nicholas Lyle James Bill Yurong Mike Clemons Lyle James N/A Dennis Jones Al Nicholas (140-606-7) (783-6-9) (27-407-2) (67) (1,121) (17-124-0) (697) 1967 John Scorza Lyle James Bill Yurong John Scorza Lyle James Charlie Acosta Marvin Welch Bill Yurong (204-683-10) (1,061-9-12) (57-746-5) (60) (1,235) (13-279-0) (16-242-1) (767) 1968 John Scorza Lyle James Mike Carter Lyle James Lyle James Charlie Bell Charlie Bell Mike Carter (166-674-5) (1,553-7-19) (50-728-3) (36) (1,706) (10-175-0) (20-360-0) (748) 1969 Mantel Williams Mike Lippi Mike Carter Mike Carter Mike Lippi Charlie Bell Jerry Ford Mike Carter (108-617-2) (1,228-16-6) (60-1,106-14) (84) (1,189) (14-348-0) (15-195-0) (1,097) 1970 Charlie Bell Mike Lippi Chris Bowman Chris Bowman Mike Lippi Charlie Bell Charlie Bell Chris Bowman (80-209-3) (1,912-10-14) (51-800-8) (48) (1,746) (9-235-1) (25-193-0) (851) 1971 Rick Combs Larry Rodericks Chris Bowman Rick Combs Larry Rodericks Tom Jones Tom Jones Rick Combs (140-650-7) (666-6-6) (22-417-3) (48) (666) (6-146-0) (10-46-1) (741) 1972 Don Lewis Mike Teresa Mike Pavone Don Lewis Mike Teresa N/A N/A Don Lewis (186-690-6) (529-3-8) (19-295-2) (36) (529) (734) 1973 Bobby Martinez Mike Teresa Mike Pavone Roy Arreygue Mike Teresa Norman Smith Norman Smith Bobby Martinez (105-416-3) (609-4-9) (21-343-4) (28) (834) (13-227-0) (13-124-0) (416) 1974 George Sula Fred Scaler Dale Long George Sula George Sula Mike Smith Mike Smith George Sula (270-1,084-10) (548-2-12) (15-264-1) (66) (1,147) (21-456-0) (18-148-0) (1,219) 1975 Ron Choate Tony Thomas Marc McGinn Ray Williams Tony Thomas Ray Williams Mike Smith Ray Williams (134-645-3) (1,301-3-13) (19-309-2) (36) (1,185) (21-592-1) (5-49-0) (1,156) 1976 Ray Williams Rick Shrout Steve Barnes Dan Siroskey Rick Shrout Ray Williams Eric Sharp Ray Williams (165-517-1) (940-7-8) (295) (32) (893) (40-828-1) (9-46-0) (1,424) 1977 Ronnie Edwards Randy Cantrell Ralph Clark Gervase Thomas Randy Cantrell Ralph Clark Ralph Clark Ralph Clark (148-570-1) (752-2-5) (33-517-1) (18) (752) (41-650-1) (10-41-0) (1,208) 1978 Ken Chism Ken O’Brien Ralph Clark Ralph Clark Ken O’Brien Ralph Clark Ralph Clark Ralph Clark (99-346-2) (752-4-4) (24-317-3) (18) (752) (32-487-0) (11-65-0) (896) 1979 Dennis Bright Ken Broughton Chuck Smith Jeff Truesdail Ken Broughton Dennis Bright Jim Brown Dennis Bright (71-261-1) (751-3-11) (18-305-2) (30) (892) (12-186-0) (25-103-0) (463) 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 Shelly Marvin Shelly Mike Sullivan Johnnie Dodge Bret Satchwell John Farley (161-716-3) (1,380-8-9) (32-581-7) (54) (1,338) (20-371-0) (28-271-1) (912) 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 John Farley (199-1,078-10) (1,538-11-6) (29-547-3) (66) (1,471) (15-349-0) (12-154-0) (1,244) 1984 Mark Schutz Greg Knapp Kevin Gatewood Mark Shutz Greg Knapp Mario Bobino Mario Bobino Mark Shutz (223-1,064-10) (2,083-16-15) (41-551-3) (60) (1,986) (28-554-1) (17-123-0) (1,149) 1985 Donald Hair Greg Knapp Lin Klinkhammer Donald Hair Greg Knapp Orlando Mayes Robert Holland Donald Hair (161-1,097-11) (1,357-12-10) (43-562-3) (66) (1,320) (18-354-0) (16-227-0) (1,432) 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)

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2012 HORNET 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) 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) 2010 Bryan Hilliard Jeff Fleming Chase Deadder Chris Diniz Jeff Fleming Sam McCowan Kyle Monson Bryan Hilliard (195-883-12) (2,044-23-10) (37-788-6) (79) (2,443) (24-498-0) (12-101-1) (900) 2011 Bryan Hilliard Jeff Fleming Brandyn Reed Bryan Hilliard Jeff Fleming John Hendershott Kyle Monson John Hendershott (168-665-7) (1,138-7-5) (26-542-7) (44) (1,520) (31-668-1) (4-26-0) (932)

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BRYAN HILLIARD

Leading Rusher 2007-08, 10-11

JOHN FARLEY

Leading Rusher 1980-83

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2012 HORNET 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)

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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)

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 (Season).2 (7x) (’95, ‘98, ‘99, ’00 (3x), ’02) Consecutive Wins (All Games).......... 4 (2 in 1999, 2 in 2000) Consecutive Losses (Season/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 (Season/All Games).2 (3x) (2005, 2006 2x) Consecutive Losses (Season)......................................7 (2003) Consecutive Losses (All Games)......8 (2x) (2003-04, 2005-06)

Marshall Sperbeck (2007-pres.)

Record........................................................................24-32 Winning Percentage........................................................429 Best Record...........................................................6-5 (2010) Worst Record........................................................3-8 (2007) Biggest Win...... 35 points, 42-7 vs. Northern Colorado (2010) Biggest Loss................58 points, 58-0 at New Mexico (2007) Most Wins in a Season......................................6 (2008, ‘10) Consecutive Wins (Year)....................................3 (2008, ‘10) Consecutive Wins (All Games)...............3 (2007-08, ‘08, ‘10) Consecutive Losses (Year/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.. 24-32 2007............................ 3-8 2008............................ 6-6 2009............................ 5-6 2010............................ 6-5 2011............................ 4-7

* Far Western Conference Champion #Western Football Conf. Champion @America West Conf. Champion

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2012 HORNET 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

1959 (2-7, 1-4 Far Western)

1962 (2-7, 2-3 Far Western)

1960 (5-5, 2-3 Far Western)

1963 (5-3-1, 2-2-1 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

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 ORE............ 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

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

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)

Far Western Conference Champions

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........ L, 34-14 10/16 CS NORTHRIDGE^......... W, 26-0 10/23 at Nevada*................... L, 20-13 10/30 at Humboldt State*........... L, 12-7 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)

Far Western Conference Champions

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

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

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The 1957 team produced the first winning season in school history. Coached by College Football Hall of Famer John Baker, the Hornets also recorded their first victory over UC Davis that same season.

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2012 HORNET FOOTBALL YEARLY RESULTS 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)

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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

1974 (2-9, 2-3 Far Western)

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 10/29 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)

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

1987 (4-7, 2-4 WFC)

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

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1995 (4-6-1, 3-0 American West) American West Champions

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 North 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)

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

1992 (7-3, 2-2 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

MIKE CLEMONS 1993-1994 (9-11-0)

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

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

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2009 (5-6, 4-4 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

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)

2010 (6-5, 5-3 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

MARSHALL SPERBECK 2007-pres. (24-32)

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

9/4 at Stanford.................... L, 52-17 9/11 WESTERN OREGON... W, 31-17 9/18 WEBER STATE*............ W, 24-17 9/25 at Montana*.................. L, 28-25 10/2 MONTANA STATE*.L, 64-61 (OT) 10/9 NORTHERN COLO.*^.... W, 42-7 10/23 at Eastern Wash.*.......... L, 28-24 10/30 at Northern Arizona*... W, 40-10 11/6 PORTLAND STATE*....... W, 28-15 11/13 at Idaho State*............. W, 45-17 11/20 at UC Davis................... L, 17-16 Total Points..................................353-272

2011 (4-7, 3-5 Big Sky)

9/3 at Oregon State....W, 29-28 (OT) 9/10 at Southern Utah............ L, 35-14 9/17 at Weber State*............. L, 49-17 9/24 MONTANA*................ W, 42-28 10/1 at Montana State*.......... L, 31-21 10/8 at Northern Colo.*......... W, 14-0 10/22 EASTERN WASH.*^.L, 43-25 (OT) 10/29 NORTHERN ARIZ.*........ L, 27-26 11/5 at Portland State*........... L, 29-20 11/12 IDAHO STATE*............... W, 24-9 11/19 UC DAVIS...................... L, 23-19 Total Points..................................261-301 * Conference Game ^ Homecoming Game

All-Time Shutouts By Sacramento State

Date Opponent Oct. 20, 1956 at Alameda NAS Nov. 9, 1957 vs. Nevada Nov. 16, 1957 at UC Davis Oct. 3, 1959 vs. Cal Poly Pomona Nov. 19, 1960 vs. UC Davis Sept. 16, 1961 vs. Pepperdine Oct. 5, 1963 at Long Beach State Oct. 12, 1963 vs. UC Santa Barbara Oct. 19, 1963 vs. San Francisco State Nov. 9, 1963 at Humboldt State Sept. 19, 1964 vs. Whittier Sept. 26, 1964 at Santa Clara Oct. 31, 1964 at Nevada Nov. 7, 1964 vs. Humboldt State Oct. 16, 1965 vs. Cal State Northridge Oct. 22, 1966 vs. Humboldt State Nov. 19, 1966 at Chico State Nov. 2, 1968 vs. Chico State Nov. 16, 1968 vs. San Francisco Nov. 8, 1969 at San Francisco Oct. 10, 1970 at San Francisco State Nov. 15, 1975 vs. Cal State Hayward Nov. 3, 1979 vs. Cal State Hayward Sept. 12, 1981 vs. San Francisco Nov. 12, 1988 vs. Cal Lutheran Oct. 17, 1992 at Cal Poly Sept. 10, 1994 vs. San Francisco State Oct. 8, 2011 at Northern Colorado

The Hornets in Overtime

Score 15-0 7-0 26-0 19-0 31-0 21-0 4-0 19-0 13-0 0-0 3-0 14-0 38-0 6-0 26-0 17-0 30-0 14-0 76-0 26-0 27-0 15-0 14-0 47-0 60-0 24-0 30-0 14-0

Date Opponent Score Sept. 20, 1997 vs. UC Davis L, 36-28 (3OT) Oct. 25, 1997 at Cal State Northridge L, 45-38 (1OT) Sept. 11, 1999 at Montana L, 41-39 (2OT) Oct. 23, 1999 vs. Northern Arizona L, 51-49 (3OT) Sept. 1, 2001 vs. Saint Mary’s W, 13-6 (1OT) Oct. 20, 2001 vs. Eastern Washington L, 42-35 (1OT) Nov. 22, 2008 at Idaho State L, 36-33 (1OT) Oct. 2, 2010 vs. Montana State L, 64-61 (1OT) Sept. 3, 2011 at Oregon State W, 29-28 (1OT) Oct. 22, 2011 vs. Eastern Washington L, 42-35 (1OT)

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2012 HORNET 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

2009....H..... SAC....... 31-28 2010....A..... UCD....... 17-16 2011....H..... UCD....... 23-19 *- NCAA Playoffs

UC Santa Barbara (1-3)

2005....H..... SAC....... 41-19

1955....H..... UCSB........ 15-7 1956....A..... UCSB........ 33-0 1963....H..... SAC......... 19-0 1966....A..... UCSB........ 24-9

Boise State (0-1)

Cal Lutheran (5-6)

Azusa Pacific (1-0)

2006....A..... BSU.......... 45-0

California (0-1)

2005....A..... Cal........... 41-3

UC Davis (18-40)

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

1974....A..... CLU.......... 24-0 1975....H..... CLU........ 30-10 1979....A..... CLU........ 21-16 1980....H..... SAC....... 28-13 1981....A..... CLU.......... 13-6 1982....H..... SAC....... 31-24 1983....A..... SAC....... 42-14 1985....A..... CLU.......... 38-7 1986....H..... SAC....... 18-17 1987....A..... CLU.......... 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 (11-12)

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..... CPP.........34-14 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 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)

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

CS Northridge (14-15)

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

Chico State (23-15-2)

1954....H..... Chico........ 40-0 1955....A..... Chico........ 26-7 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

Colorado State (0-1)

2008....A..... CSU........ 23-20

Eastern Washington (4-16) 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 2010....A..... EWU...... 28-24 2011....H..... EWU..42-35 (ot)

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)

1995....H..... HU......... 55-15 1996....A..... HU........... 33-3

Humboldt St. (15-20-2)

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

Idaho (0-1)

1989....A..... UI............. 45-3

Idaho State (10-6)

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 2010....A..... SAC....... 45-17 2011....H..... SAC......... 24-9

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

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1977....A..... Tech.......... 56-0

Mather AFB (0-1)

1954....H..... Mather...... 46-0

Mesa State (0-1-1)

1986....A..... Tie.......... 29-29 1987....H..... Mesa...... 13-10

Moffitt Field (1-0)

1957....H..... SAC....... 44-25

Montana (1-16)

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 2010....A..... UM......... 28-25 2011....H..... SAC....... 42-28

Montana State (6-14)

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 2010....H..... MSU....64-61(ot) 2011....A..... MSU....... 31-21 * Camellia Bowl

Morris Brown (1-0)

1990....H..... SAC....... 37-12

New Mexico (0-1)

2007....A..... NM.......... 58-0

Nevada (9-17)

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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 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

N.C. Central (1-0)

1988....H..... SAC........ 56-7* * NCAA Playoffs

North Dakota (0-1)

1979....A..... UND......... 31-0

North Dakota St. (0-1)

1988....A..... NDSU.... 42-20* * NCAA Playoffs

Northern Arizona (7-9)

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 2010....A..... SAC....... 40-10 2011....H..... NAU....... 27-26

Northern Colorado (6-0)

2006....H..... SAC......... 14-9 2007....A..... SAC....... 20-17 2008....H..... SAC....... 45-25 2009....A..... SAC....... 38-35 2010....H..... SAC......... 42-7 2011....A..... SAC......... 14-0

Occidental (1-0)

1960....A..... SAC......... 33-6

Oregon State (1-1)

2003....A..... OSU......... 40-7 2011....A..... SAC...29-28 (ot)

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 (8-23)

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 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 2010....H..... SAC....... 28-15 2011....A..... PSU........ 29-20

Puget Sound (2-2)

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

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 2011....A..... SUU........ 35-14

Stanford (0-1)

2010....A..... STAN...... 52-17

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

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 (5-11)

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 2010....H..... SAC....... 24-17 2011....A..... WSU...... 49-17

West Texas A&M (2-0)

1989....A..... SAC....... 35-22 1990....H..... SAC......... 22-9

Western Oregon (1-0)

2010....H..... SAC....... 31-17

Whittier (1-3)

1957....A..... WHIT...... 35-20 1958....H..... SAC....... 20-18 1959....A..... WHIT...... 20-19 1962....A..... WHIT........ 14-0

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 (6-6)

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

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Mike Aaron..................... 1984,86 Brian Abbott.................... 1976-77 Jerry Abbott.......................... 1961 John Abono.......................... 1969 Steve Abrams.................. 1986-87 Charlie Acosta................. 1967-68 Ken Adams...................... 1975-77 Kevin Adams........................ 1993 Jeff Adcock...................... 1962-63 Jim Adcock........................... 1969 Jason Adelman..................... 1989 Larry Adloff.......................... 1959 Matt Agaiava.................. 2009-11 Carl Agbulos................... 1961-62 Randy Aguirre................. 1979-80 Anthony Aires....................... 1997 Marshall Alameida........... 1972,74 John Alanis........................... 2006 Mark Albert..................... 1984-85 Dennis Alberts...................... 1958 Dexter Alcala................... 2010-11 Antoine Alderson............. 1997-00 Clark Aldrich........................ 1965 Greg Alexander.................... 1976 John Alexander..................... 1988 Tony Alkas....................... 1983-85 Cody Allen...................... 2009-11 David Allen.......................... 1992 Brian Allred..................... 1990-91 Brett Allsup........................... 1981 Al Altamirano....................... 1982 Chris Alvarado................ 2007-08 Steve Alvidrez.................. 1980-81 John Amaral......................... 1970 Charles Amey....................... 2002 Elton Amey........................... 1990 Fred Amey....................... 2000-04 Neal Amick..................... 1955-56 Selase Amoaku..................... 2005 Brian Amos...................... 1993-94 DeCarlos Anderson............... 1997 Derek Anderson.................... 1995 Don Anderson................. 1963-66 Grant Anderson............... 1973-74 Marty Anderson.................... 1977 Steve Anderson..................... 1961 Tony Anderson...................... 1990 Glenn Andrews..................... 1980 Larry Andrews................. 1980-81 Vince Andrews................. 1997-01 Myron Angel........................ 1974 Jerry Angelich................. 1973-74 John Antillon......................... 1977 Dave Antonionio.............. 1980-81 Joel Anzelc...................... 1992-93 Darren Arbet................... 1982-85 Lamarr Arbet........................ 2003 Dave Ard........................ 1984-85 Doug Arlin....................... 1993-94 Billy Armbright................. 1993-94 Art Armijo............................ 1972 Robert Armstrong............. 1976-77 Steve Armstrong............... 1980-81 Leo Arrendondo............... 1966-67 Roy Arreygue.................. 1973-75 Al Arrington.................... 1966-67 Ken Ashby....................... 1963-64 Paul Assad........................... 1988 James Aten........................... 1966 Sean Atkins.......................... 1998 Matt Augusta........................ 2002 Ed Austin.................... 1959,61-62 Gary Austin..................... 1998-02 Rod Avery.................. 1978-79,81 Dustin Avilla......................... 2007 Dan Axtell....................... 1988-91 Jeff Axtell............................. 1994 Juan Ayala........................... 1995

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Dick Bach........................ 1959-60 Jeff Badger...................... 2009-11 Andre Bailey......................... 1989 Dwight Bailey....................... 1980 Stuart Bailey......................... 1986 Jim Baily............................... 1963 Mike Baines.......................... 1970 Lou Baiz.......................... 1989-90 Nick Baiz........................ 1994-95 Chris Baker...................... 1994-95 Jack Baker....................... 1978-81 Johnny Baker........................ 1981 Rick Baker....................... 1993-94 Torrell Baker.................... 2004-08 Jarom Baldomero.................. 2008 Rick Banas............................ 1979 Adam Banks......................... 1969 Jarrod Banks......................... 2008 Jason Bannan.................. 1991-95 John Baptista........................ 1972 Mike Barajas........................ 1997 Lou Barba........................ 1957-59 Tim Barbeau.................... 1969-70 Nathan Barber...................... 1998 Royce Barber........................ 2001 Dave Barkelay...................... 1973 Bob Barnes...................... 1990-91 Doss Barnes.......................... 1997 Jason Barnes........................ 2006 Jim Barnes....................... 1993-94 Reginald Barnes............... 1975-76 Steve Barnes.................... 1975-76 Clancy Barone................. 1985-86 Chris Barr............................. 1987 Aldin Barrett.................... 1991-92 KeiVaughn Barrett................. 2009 Gary Barron......................... 1958 Larry Barros..................... 1973-74 Derard Barton.................. 1998-02 Dan Basham.................... 1991-92 Bob Bastian.......................... 1956 Larry Bates........................... 1976 Kris Battle............................. 2003 Ryan Battle........................... 2008 Sean Battle...................... 1996-97 Cory Baugh..................... 1992-93 Roger Bauman...................... 1958 Robert Baxter........................ 1967 Casey Bays...................... 2001-02 Robert Beale......................... 1969 Robert Beale.................... 2009-11 Charles Beall................... 1980-81 Tom Beam........................ 1993-94 Byron Bear........................... 1968 Anthony Beasley................... 1977 Tony Beasley......................... 1981 Jon Beaver....................... 1956-57

Pepe Becerra................... 1989-90 Carl Beck.............................. 1981 Tyson Becker.................... 1992-95 Rick Beddall.......................... 1974 Mike Beeuwsaert................... 1976 Rich Belanger................... 1987-88 Jay Belasco........................... 1981 Bob Bell................................ 1960 Bob Bell................................ 1993 Brian Bell......................... 2002-03 Charlie Bell...................... 1968-70 Ed Bell.................................. 1968 Evan Bell.............................. 1955 Garland Bell.................... 1967-68 Randy Bell............................ 1973 Joe Bellecci...................... 1992-93 Roger Bendenelli................... 1967 Brian Benko..................... 1982-83 Dave Bennett......................... 1969 Guy Bennett.......................... 1969 Jeff Bennett...................... 1976-77 Mike Bennett.................... 1986-87 Monte Bennett....................... 1996 Stan Benz........................ 1973-74 Greg Benzel.................... 1989-90 Allen Berg....................... 1993-95 Rick Bergstrom................. 1968-70 Steve Bernard.................. 1974-75 Mike Bernet.......................... 1984 AJ Bernhardt............... 1997-98,98 Dan Berringer.................. 1992-93 Jamie Berry..................... 1986-87 Kyle Berry............................. 1990 Chris Bessinger................ 2003-04 Tim Bessolo...................... 2005-07 McLeod Bethel-Thompson.. 2008-10 Dennis Bettencourt................. 1970 Nelson Bettencourt........... 1976-78 Kuljet Bhatia......................... 1987 Don Biagi............................. 1963 Al Biancani........................... 1966 Anthony Biasi....................... 2008 Doug Bielecki........................ 2003 Gary Bilat............................. 1983 Tom Bilderback................ 1974-75 Gary Billat............................ 1982 Greg Bills........................ 1999-01 Mike Bingham....................... 1985 Randy Bingham............... 1978-81 Greg Birdsall................... 1982-84 Joe Birdsong.................... 1965-66 Pat Birdsong.................... 1988-89 David Black.......................... 2010 Mike Black.................. 1981,83-85 Sean Blair............................. 1984 Dave Blanchard.................... 1957 Louis Bland........................... 1989 Jon Blea............................... 2008 John Bloomfield..................... 2011

Andrew Blume...................... 2006 James Bobak................... 2009-11 Mario Bobino.................. 1984-85 Joe Bobo.............................. 1990 Antone Bogetti................. 2000-04 Drew Bogetti............... 1997,99-01 James Bogetti................... 2002-06 Tom Bolinger.................... 1978-79 Marcus Bolivar................. 1991,93 Mark Bomarito...................... 1990 Bill Bonham..................... 1965-67 Andrew Bonner................ 1999-02 Bill Boon.......................... 1973-74 Tom Boone............................ 1976 Calvin Booth......................... 1969 David Booth.......................... 1990 Michael Borda................. 1988-90 Maui Borden.................... 2000-01 Clint Borel............................. 2002 Jess Borjon...................... 1982-83 David Born........................... 2009 Lester Bosch.......................... 1962 Jamal Bourne................... 1999-00 Chris Bowman................. 1969-71 Zack Bowman....................... 1994 Nate Boyer...................... 2007-08 Darrel Boyles................... 1982-83 Darrell Boysaw................ 1991,91 Don Bradford........................ 1979 Johnnie Brannon.............. 2006-07 Mike Brannon.................. 2005-08 John Breckenridge............ 1989-90 Jack Breen............................ 1954 Bill Brewster..................... 1969-70 Tommy Briggs....................... 2005 Dennis Bright........................ 1979 Randy Bright......................... 1981 Andrew Bristow.................... 2004 Keith Broaders................. 1966-67 Chris Broadnax................ 2010-11 Walter Brock.................... 2004-05 Tim Brockwell........................ 2006 Eric Broden...................... 2000-03 Ken Brooks...................... 1963-64 Kyle Brooks........................... 2010 Wayne Brooks................. 1959-60 Ken Broughton................. 1979-80 Bob Brown............................ 1955 Bobby Brown................... 1999-00 Bradd Brown................... 1967-68 Brandon Brown................ 1993-94 Brian Brown.......................... 1989 Chris Brown.......................... 2004 Corey Brown......................... 2006 Cornell Brown....................... 1980 Dorian Brown.................. 2006-09 Hermon Brown................. 1989-91 Jim Brown....................... 1979,81 John Brown...................... 1965-66

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 trio of brothers 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.

Koury Brown.................... 1981-82 Marvin Brown.................. 1994-95 Mike Brown.......................... 1980 Paul Brown...................... 1964-65 Scott Brown..................... 1996-99 Shawn Brown.................. 2000-02 Tim Brown....................... 1986-90 Travis Browne....................... 1994 Rick Broyles.......................... 1983 Doyle Brunson.................. 1968-69 Barney Brust.................... 1963-65 Zebedee Brye.................. 1986-89 Steve Buccellato............... 1987-90 Peter Buck........................ 2007-10 Jordan Bucklew..................... 2004 Ed Bueno......................... 1988-89 Brent Bugarin................... 2004-05 Charles Bump....................... 1973 Chuck Burden.................. 1959-60 Greg Burgess........................ 1989 John Burgess.................... 1965-66 Xavier Burgess...................... 2006 Bob Burkhalter...................... 1983 Clyde Burleson...................... 1989 Mike Burley..................... 1969-70 Kyle Burnett.......................... 1973 Thomas Burns....................... 1987 Brian Burris...................... 1994-97 Norm Burroughs.............. 1981-83 Bud Burrows......................... 1959 Lance Buscaglia............... 1983-84 Michael Bush........................ 1983 John Butkovich...................... 1956 Andre Butler.................... 1991-92 Gale Butler........................... 1964 Lamont Butler................... 2006-07 Tyson Butler..................... 2003-06

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Sergio Cabrera..................... 2006 Jim Caccavo.................... 1973-74 Kris Caceres.................... 1994-95 JB Cahoon....................... 1992-94 Gerrell Cain.......................... 2005 Frank Calcagno.................... 1960 Bob Caldwell................... 1976-77 Dalas Caldwell...................... 1968 Kevin Calhoun................. 1983-84 John Caligiuri....................... 1987 Jeremy Callaway.............. 1999-02 Rick Callinsky........................ 1978 Michael Calosso.................... 1963 Angelo Calub.................. 1990-91 Tim Calvert...................... 1974-75 Jesse Camarillo..................... 1994 Dave Camarota.................... 1981 Chris Campbell..................... 1989 Gary Campbell..................... 1977 John Campbell...................... 1972 Steve Campora..................... 1975 Jerry Campos.................. 1973-74 Joe Campos..................... 1981-83 Octavio Campos................... 1994 Ron Campos......................... 1969 Brad Candido.................. 2000-02 Marcus Canela..................... 2004 Jim Cannon..................... 1974-75 Ed Canonico.................... 1998-01 Randy Cantrell................. 1976-77 Ralph Capanna..................... 1957 Darryl Cardoza.................... 1970 Brian Cardwell................. 1989-90 Dominic Carmazzi........... 2009-10 Don Carmignani.............. 1992-93 Rick Carnes..................... 1987-88 Carney................................. 1978 John Carney.................... 1965-66 David Carpenter................... 2001 Tim Carr.......................... 2005-06 Theon Carrier....................... 1989 Paul Carrillo.................... 1997-99 Arnold Carston..................... 1962

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DeAndre Carter.................... 2011 Matt Carter...................... 2009-10 Mel Carter............................ 1997 Mike Carter..................... 1968-69 Michael Casper..................... 2008 Gerald Cassady............... 1973-74 Jim Cassady......................... 1974 Gilbert Castanon.............. 1989-90 Jacob Castillo.................. 2006-07 Nathan Castro...................... 2011 Chris Catapano.................... 2003 Jeff Caton........................ 1980-82 Dave Cauchi.................... 1982-83 Ron Cauchi........................... 1988 Mike Cauraugh................ 1986-87 Joe Cavallaro.................. 1963-64 Chris Cavender..................... 2005 Marko Cavka................... 1999-03 Zvonimir Cavka.................... 2002 Chris Cavote.................... 1986-87 Dave Ceccarelli................ 1980-81 Ron Centerwall..................... 1972 Mike Cervi....................... 1989-91 Cesar Chaidez...................... 1997 Dan Chamberlain............. 1956-58 James Chambers................... 1983 Sean Chandler...................... 1992 Jose Chapa.......................... 1979 Tom Chapman...................... 1969 Roger Chappell................ 1957,59 Robert Charlton..................... 1966 Justin Chastain................. 2010-11 Jim Chattam.................... 1959-61 Ted Chatterton...................... 1956 John Cheever........................ 1974 Ken Chism............................ 1978 Ron Choate........................... 1975

Wayne Choate...................... 1973 Steve Choi....................... 1997-01 Glen Chorley........................ 1986 Bob Cianciolo....................... 1978 Bob Claborn......................... 1980 Chris Clarizio.................. 2006-07 Christian Clark................. 2006-10 Gary Clark...................... 1974-75 Greg Clark...................... 1974-75 Ralph Clark..................... 1977-78 Bob Clayborn....................... 1979 Cameron Clayton............. 2000-02 Richie Clayton....................... 1999 Ted Clayton..................... 1982-83 Michael Clement................... 1983 Mike Clemons.................. 1964-68 Pat Clemons..................... 1968-70 Tim Clemons.................... 1970,72 Dennis Clendenon............ 1967-68 Steve Cobine........................ 1974 Rich Cockerton................. 1982-83 Morris Coffee................... 1980-81 Brandon Coleman............ 1999-02 David Coleman................ 2008-11 Kevin Coleman...................... 1986 Robert Coleman............... 2000-02 Tom Coleman........................ 1969 Austin Collett........................ 2006 Ron Collette.......................... 1982 Richard Collier...................... 1998 Ashton Collins....................... 2011 Brett Collins..................... 1999-02 Dwayne Collins..................... 1986 Kevin Collins......................... 1974 Lionel Collins........................ 1978 Mike Collosso....................... 1964 Clay Colo............................. 1978

Pat Colson............................ 1968 Phil Colson...................... 1962-63 Cliff Colyer...................... 1970,72 Rick Combs...................... 1971-72 Tim Conley...................... 1998-99 Mike Connolly....................... 1965 Michael Contini................ 1975-76 Edrick Contreras................... 2003 Ryan Coogler................... 2004-07 Berton Cook.......................... 1957 Robert Cooke................... 1979-80 Clint Cooley..................... 1997-98 Dan Cooper..................... 1974-75 Jody Cooper......................... 2004 Pablo Cooper....................... 1990 Ron Cooper..................... 1975-76 Tony Corbin..................... 1993-96 Jeff Corbitt............................ 1993 Demetrius Cornish................. 1994 Boise Correa.................... 1967-69 Al Correia............................ 1965 Kevin Corrington.............. 1965-67 Mike Costello........................ 1974 Ron Costello.......................... 1967 Tom Costello......................... 1975 Ron Cotta............................. 1967 Martin Courtney.................... 1956 Mark Couvillion............... 1992-94 Joseph Coverdell................... 1998 Ted Covington....................... 1969 Ben Cowger..................... 2010-11 Bob Cowles.......................... 1972 Gary Craft............................ 1975 Dennis Crawford................... 1967 Larry Crawford................ 1962,71 Sno Crawley......................... 1976 Bill Crenshaw........................ 1965 Craig Crick........................... 1983 Julius Cross........................... 1992 Gary Crouch........................ 1965 Jim Crouch...................... 1990-91 Jake Croxdale.................. 2008-11 Larry Crumback............... 1963-64 David Crump................... 1998-99 Francisco Cruz...................... 2006 Mel Cuckovich................. 2002-04 Randy Cudd.................... 1987-88 Colby Culbertson.................. 2003 Davie Cummings.............. 1965-66 James Cummings............. 2004-05 Julian Cummings................... 2002 Terry Cummings............... 1957-58 Kacey Cunningham............... 1988 Eric Curry............................. 1989 Tony Curry....................... 1963-64 Jim Curtis............................. 1961 Richard Curtis....................... 1988 Don Cvengros....................... 1954

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Mike D’Angelo................. 1984-86 Al Dahme............................. 1964 Terrance Dailey..................... 2009 Anthony Daisley............... 1998-00 Fred Dammeyer.................... 2002 Bobby Daniels.................. 1987-88 Kris Daniels..................... 2002-06 Scott Darling.................... 1980-81 George Darrow.................... 1960 Manny Darzins................ 1998-99 Fred Dass........................ 1978-79 Brian Daubin................... 1994-95 Aaron Daugherty............. 1975-76 Jack Davidson.................. 1954,58 Randy Davies........................ 1973 Bob Davis............................. 1971 Byron Davis.......................... 1987 Charles Davis........................ 1965 Greg Davis...................... 1997-98 Keian Davis.......................... 1997 Ken Davis............................. 1994 Kevin Davis...................... 2004-08

Leukamian Davis.............. 1997-01 Marvin Davis................... 1975-76 Robert Davis......................... 1970 Todd Davis....................... 2010-11 Tyrone Davis.................... 2005-06 Ed Dayton............................ 1960 Geoff Dayton................... 1986-88 Oscar De Alba................. 2007-08 Dan De La Torre............... 2000-02 Chase Deadder................ 2007-11 Shawn Dean.................... 1995-96 Mike DeAngelis................ 1968-70 Dave DeArcos....................... 1971 Winston Deason................... 1976 Chuckie DeBise..................... 1976 Cameron DeBruycker........ 2001-04 Sean DeCourcy................ 2000-01 Shane Dees..................... 1993-94 Bo Delapp....................... 2004-05 Wayne DeLaura............... 1968-69 Orval Dellfous....................... 1956 Eric DeLoney......................... 1986 Skip DeMain.................... 1982-83 Vic DeMarco........................ 1989 Tim DeMerritt........................ 1954 Dave DeMink................... 1993-96 Tony DeMonaco............... 2005-06 Chris Demps.................... 1984,86 Clay DePauw................... 2008-11 Steve Derenzo.................. 1979-80 Roger DeRieux...................... 1958 Marc DeRossett................ 1990-92 Dave DeSilva.............. 1984,84-85 Steven DeValle...................... 1967 Nate Devan.......................... 2010 Jon DeVisscher................. 1967-68 Seth Deyo............................. 2001 Mike Dickinson..................... 1982 Ramy Dickinson.................... 1991 Tom Dille......................... 1962,65 Don Dillon............................ 1967 Chris Diniz...................... 2008-10 Jason Diniz...................... 2010-11 Ernie Dire........................ 1957-59 Jack Dirstine......................... 1956 Tony Dithomas...................... 1973 Dennis Dix............................ 1963 Jeff Dixon............................. 2004 Jim Dixon............................. 1956 June Dizon........................... 1989 Greg Dockweiler.............. 1985-86 John Dodge..................... 1980-81 Larry Dogan.................... 1979-80 Sean Doherty................... 1998-02 Ron Domingo........................ 1985 Mike Domino........................ 1979 Joe Don Duncan.................... 2008 Nick Donati..................... 1995-99 Alex Dongallo....................... 1977 Jim Donnell........................... 1954 Pat Dooley....................... 1963-65 Joe Dorcoo...................... 1998-99 Steve Dorenzo...................... 1979 Dave Doris........................... 1974 Kalani Doroen................. 1990-91 Marcus Dorsey...................... 1995 Bob Douglas......................... 1964 Fred Douglas................... 1979-80 Robert Douglas..................... 1963 Ronald Douglas.................... 2010 Bob Douglass........................ 1965 Nate Doverspike.............. 2008-11 Clark Doyle.......................... 1975 Mike Doyle...................... 1973-74 Bill Duchi.............................. 1966 Roger Duke...................... 1967-69 Tim Duke.............................. 1977 Chad Durand........................ 1995 Lemm Duwayne..................... 1964

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Dwayne Eady....................... 1989 Terry Earls............................ 1975 Bill Eaton......................... 1986-87 John Eaton....................... 1956-57 Nick Echols...................... 1997-98 Butch Edge........................... 1984 Matt Edmerson................. 1978-82 Fred Edmondson.............. 1969-70 Ronnie Edwards............... 1977-78 Tommy Edwards.................... 2011 Levi Ehnisz............................ 2005 Jared Elarmo................... 2003-05 Keith Elder............................ 1973 Matt Elkins....................... 1996-97 Sam Elkins............................ 1966 Jimmy Ellingson.................... 2004 Dale Ellingsworth............. 1981-82 Mike Elliott............................ 2008 Landon Ellis..................... 2004-05 Larry Ellis............................. 1963 Robert Ellis...................... 1985-88 Tim Ellis................................ 1977 Tom Ellis............................... 1973 Ty Endean........................ 1985-89 Pete Engberg................... 1993-94 Brad Engledinger.................. 2000 Devon English....................... 2008 Pat English............................ 1982 William English..................... 1957 Joe Enloe......................... 1962-64 Jeff Ensley............................. 1979 Trent Eskew...................... 2010-11 Ronald Eskridge............... 1987-89 Sancho Eskridge.............. 1992-93 Mike Esparza........................ 1983 Alex Estrada.................... 1994-95 Fernando Estralla.................. 1968 John Eugene......................... 1984 Andy Euser...................... 1978-81 Ken Evans............................. 1985 Kim Evans............................ 1986 Matt Evans....................... 2007-08 Ross Evans............................ 1973 Walter Evans........................ 1985 Ray Everingham.................... 1956 Charles Ewing....................... 1984

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James Fa’aita........................ 1993 Sam Fa’aita.......................... 1993 Leo Fahy.......................... 1974-75 Darin Fain....................... 1989-90 Rich Falk.............................. 1965 Jack Fallon........................... 1954 Roger Fallon.................... 1963-64 Kevin Fanter......................... 1989 Tyler Fanucchi.................. 2005-07 Mat Faraimo.................... 1995-96 John Farley...................... 1980-83 William Farley............ 1981-82,84 Dave Farrell.......................... 1965 Jordan Farrell.................. 2003-05 Josh Farrell...................... 2003-04 Andrew Fears....................... 1991 Johnny Feaster...................... 2009 Jeff Fehr.......................... 1961-62 Robert Fekkers...................... 1970 Ed Felt.................................. 1972 James Ferguson.................... 1985 Chris Fernandez.................... 1996 Henry Fernandez............. 2010-11 Richard Ferre................... 1989-90 Jim Ferrel........................ 1973-74 Randy Fesser........................ 2009 Harry Filo........................ 2003-04 Tim Findley........................... 1971 Ken Fiori.............................. 1969 Mike Firman......................... 1981 Chris Fisher..................... 1969-70 Nolan Fisher.................... 2002-03 Trenton Fitzhugh.................... 2003

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Bill Flag................................ 1968 Jeff Fleming..................... 2010-11 Judd Flemming................. 1993-94 Anthony Fletcher................... 2009 Tony Fletcher......................... 1995 McRuben Fleurinord......... 2004-05 Mike Flock............................ 1962 Adam Flores......................... 1990 David Flores......................... 1974 Jesse Flores........................... 1973 Rolinzo Flowers................ 1991-92 Colin Flynn...................... 1985-86 Keith Fontes.......................... 1979 Kevin Fontes.................... 1981-82 Mel Fontes....................... 1961-62 Troy Fontes...................... 1981-83 Hal Footlik....................... 1979-80 Kevin Forbes......................... 1994 Algin Ford....................... 1974-75 Jerry Ford........................ 1969-70 Tom Fortney..................... 1985-86 Ron Fountain........................ 1983 Justin Fowler.................... 1986-87 Mike Fowler.......................... 1971 Stephen Fowler................ 1987-91 Steve Fowler......................... 1976 Ben Fox........................... 2002-03 Mike Fox.............................. 1979 Mark Franceschetti........... 1981,83 Carlos Francies..................... 2005 Mike Francis......................... 1967 Chris Frank...................... 1999-03 Mark Frank........................... 1996 James Franks........................ 1995 Matt Franz....................... 2000-03 David Frausto....................... 1970 Eric Frazer....................... 1998-99 John Frederick...................... 1975 Al Fredricks..................... 1967-68 Bob Freeman........................ 1968 Kendal Freeman............... 1990-92 John Freitas.......................... 1962 Bobby Fresques................ 1990-92 Brad Fricke........................... 1983 Gary Frink............................ 1959

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Elton Gabourel................. 1998-01 Rich Gaffen.......................... 1986 Switch Gago.................... 1985,87 Tim Gaines........................... 1976 Kevin Galindo.................. 2008-09 Stan Gallagher..................... 1956 Jim Galletto..................... 1969-70 Adam Galloway.............. 1999-00 Nick Galvez.................... 1984-85 Juan Gamboa.................. 2004-08 Aaron Garcia.................. 1992-93 Fernando Garcia............. 1996-99 Gil Garcia....................... 1961-63 Len Garcia............................ 1983 Ken Gardner................... 1984-85 Russell Gardner............... 1999-01 Robbie Garibay............... 2003-05 Bob Garioto.......................... 1962 Chris Garnto.................... 1998-00 Joe Garofalo................... 1993-94 Len Garoski.......................... 1954 Dana Garrison...................... 2004 John Garth...................... 2007-08 Armando Garza.............. 1995-96 Ferni Garza..................... 2000-01 Aaron Gasper................. 2008-11 Troy Gassaway................ 1993-94 Kevin Gatewood................... 1984 Matt Gaughen...................... 2006 Jack Gayaldo.................. 1967-68 Rene Gayaldo....................... 1962 Chuck Gehlert.................. 1974-75 Brian George........................ 1963 Vern Gerving........................ 1973 John Gesek...................... 1983-86 Bob Ghazanfari............... 1994-97 Jim Ghilardi.......................... 1987 Larry Ghilardi.................. 1959-62

Steve Giacomini.................... 1987 John Giannoni...................... 1974 JJ Gibbs............................... 1994 Fred Gibson..................... 1966-68 Stan Gida........................ 1971,73 Nick Gidaro......................... 1954 Barry Gilberg.................. 1965-66 Ken Gilbert........................... 1984 Andre Giles..................... 1986-87 Jim Gill................................. 1988 JR Gillaspy...................... 1956-57 Ottis Gillespie.................. 1980,82 Gene Gilliand.................. 1958-59 Roy Giorgi............................ 1986 Brian Giovacchini................. 1999 Jason Girley......................... 2003 Jeff Glass......................... 1978-79 Reginald Glaude.............. 1990-93 Sam Golden.................... 1979-80 Mark Golston................... 1977-78 Rich Gomez..................... 1966-67 Greg Gonce......................... 1973 Paul Gonzales....................... 1964 Greg Goodwin..................... 1976 Deionte Gordon............... 2008-10 Richard Gordon.................... 1963 Paul Gorley..................... 1969-70 Francis Gornick..................... 1967 Gabriel Grace...................... 1958 Kenny Grace........................ 1994 Don Graf.............................. 1968 Jim Graf............................... 1970 James Graham..................... 1984 Michael Graham.............. 1994-95 Phil Gratsinopolous.......... 2001-02 Jack Graves.......................... 1968 Mike Gray....................... 1997-98 Tristan Gray..................... 2006-07 Cornell Green.................. 1986-87 Dave Green..................... 1980-81 Jason Green......................... 1996 Roc Green....................... 2006-07 Sekai Greer.......................... 2004 Bjorn Gregersen.................... 1982 Billie Gregory.................. 1989-91 Rod Grenier.......................... 1983 Chad Grider.................... 1998-99 Ryan Griffin..................... 1996-99 Travis Griffiths....................... 1989 Marvin Grim.................... 1962-63 Mike Grim....................... 1983-84 Otis Grimble.................... 1957-58 Pat Grimesey........................ 1972 Barrett Grindle...................... 1997 Steve Grippi.................... 1978-79 Tyronne Gross.................. 2001-04 Jarl Grunseth........................ 1979 Ray Guest............................. 1987 Dick Guider.......................... 1960 Willie Guitierrez................... 1988 Tony Gunn....................... 1982-83 Brent Gutierrez................ 1999-00 LeeRoy Gutierrez................... 1963 Alex Guzman.................. 1973-74 Juan Guzman.................. 1979-80 Ron Guzman........................ 1990

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Bob Haag........................ 1973-74 Tom Haag............................. 1961 Tim Haentjens.................. 1967-68 Jerry Haflich.................... 1981-82 Rich Hagarty.................... 1981-82 Grant Hagen................... 1999-03 Dustin Hagens.................. 2002-03 Rich Hagerty.................... 1980,83 Willie Hailey......................... 1977 Donald Hair..................... 1985-88 Caleb Hale........................... 2008 Tim Hale.......................... 1990-91 Armand Hall.................... 1985-87 Darrin Hall........................... 1990

Dave Hall........................ 1968-70 Joe Hall........................... 1985-86 Keith Hall............................. 1988 Kevin Hall................... 2004-05,08 Santi Hall............................. 2000 Stu Hall........................... 1980-81 John Hamilton....................... 1962 Roddy Hamilton............... 1956-57 Will Hamilton.................. 2003-05 Cole Hamlett.................... 2004-05 Marco Hanan....................... 2001 Barney Handsbearry............. 1968 Chris Hanes.......................... 1981 Bill Hansen...................... 1962-63 Dave Hansen................... 2001-02 Matt Hansen.................... 2004-05 Lars Hanson.......................... 2011 Ken Harbuck......................... 1978 Tyler Harding........................ 1960 Larry Haren.......................... 1972 Mike Hargett......................... 1962 Bob Harmon......................... 1975 Robert Harmon..................... 1975 Lisso Harper......................... 1971 Tanner Harrah...................... 2006 Jaren Harrell......................... 2010 Eric Harrington................ 1992-93 Kevin Harrington.............. 1998-00 Chris Harris..................... 1989-90 Homer Harris........................ 1968 Jerry Harris..................... 1989-91 William Harris...................... 1970 Bill Harrison..................... 1968-69 Curtis Harrison...................... 1995 Donald Harrison.............. 1996-97 Rob Harrison................... 1985-86 Wayne Harrison................... 1983 Daniel Hart........................... 2006 Steve Hart........................ 1967-68 Steve Hart............................. 1979 George Harvey..................... 1962 Jerry Haslam........................ 1957 Ryan Hastie.......................... 2006 Jerry Hatcher................... 1962-63 Dick Hatten...................... 1961-62 Britton Hawkins..................... 2003 Junior Hawkins..................... 1983 Trandon Hawkins.................. 1999 Jeff Haworth......................... 1994 Mario Hayes.................... 1966-67 Jerry Headrich................. 1957-58 Frank Heally......................... 1978 Reese Heaslet................... 2008-11 Augie Heath.................... 2009-11 Brian Heath..................... 2006-09 Smith Heath.......................... 2011 Larry Hebel...................... 1984-85 George Hebert...................... 1954 Randy Heckman.................... 1964 John Heffernan................ 1996-97 Eli Hefner............................. 1993 Duane Heglie................... 1963-65 Norm Heiberger.............. 1965-66 John Heintz........................... 1964 Kurt Heinzman................. 1991-92 Kevin Helmey................... 1984-85 John Hendershott............. 2009-11 Buster Henderson............. 1996-97 Carter Henderson.................. 1994 James Henderson............. 2003-07 Jeremy Henderson............ 2006-07 John Henitz........................... 1965 Mike Henry...................... 1993-96 Dave Henson........................ 1983 Jim Hereth............................ 1993 Brian Herman.................. 2000-04 Mike Herrick......................... 1971 Frank Heskett................... 1960-61 Phil Hickey....................... 1985-86 Mike Hickman.................. 2007-08 Dean Hidges......................... 1989 Dan Hierholzer..................... 1967

Gary Hightower............... 1978-82 Chris Hill.............................. 1983 Eddie Hill.............................. 1981 Justin Hill.............................. 2009 Kyle Hill................................ 2008 Steve Hill.............................. 1967 Anthony Hilliard.................... 1988 Bryan Hilliard.................. 2007-11 Tony Hillmon......................... 1977 Tyrone Hillmon................. 1976-77 John Hilton........................... 1986 Jay Hinde............................. 1980 Don Hines....................... 1987-91 Ozzie Hines.......................... 1956 Richard Hines....................... 1967 Pete Hingano........................ 2003 Werner Hippler................ 1993-94 Jim Hochstrasser................... 1979 Bill Hockenson...................... 1967 Jake Hoffart.......................... 1994 Tom Hoffart........................... 2003 Jeff Hoffman.................... 1981-84 Tony Hoffman.................. 1986-89 Jan Hoganson.................. 1964-67 Dave Hogge.................... 1982-83 Jake Hogue..................... 1992-93 Mike Hogue..................... 2004-05 Lee Holcomb.................... 1981-82 Mark Holgerson.................... 1966 Adam Holguin...................... 2005 Robert Holland................. 1985-86 James Holley......................... 1991 Jermaine Hollie................ 1993-94 Doug Hollingsworth.......... 1997-99 Jim Holmes........................... 1970 Phillip Holmes....................... 1988 Jason Holmly........................ 1999 Jim Holt................................ 1959 Shawn Holt...................... 1985-86 James Hood.......................... 1977 Marvis Hood......................... 1990 Al Hooker............................. 1958 Aaron Hookins...................... 1993 Lee Hoomana....................... 1987 Dave Hoskins........................ 1965 David Hoskins.................. 1999-00 Dick Hotchkiss.................. 1959-60 Dave Hotell...................... 1955-57 Jacob Houston................. 2004-05 Bob Howard......................... 1968 Kenonte Howard................... 2011 Andy Huang......................... 2002 Larry Hubbard................. 1967-69 Curt Huckaby................... 1972-73 Robert Hudson...................... 1976 Beau Huiskens.................. 1997-01 Jordan Hunter.................. 2005-07 Sedale Hunter....................... 2010 Terry Hunter..................... 1966-67 Chris Hurd............................ 2005 Chris Hurts...................... 2004-07 Bob Huskinson................. 1973-74

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Dennis Jones.................... 1965-66 James Jones.......................... 1960 Jerone Jones......................... 1985 Marc Jones........................... 1988 Marquise Jones................ 2008-09 Mike Jones........................... 1979 Mitch Jones........................... 1998 Nate Jones...................... 2009-10 Tim Jones........................ 1983-84 Tom Jones........................ 1969-71 Travon Jones......................... 2007 Jimmie Jordan................. 1967-68 Terry Jorgenson................ 1972-73 Arie Joseph..................... 1992-93 Bob Joseph........................... 1975 Chantz Joyce................... 1994-96 Noah Joyce.......................... 1995

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Kentry Kaifahina................... 2002 Tony Kane............................ 1973 Jason Karnes................... 2004-05 Brian Karns.......................... 1999 Collin Karthauser.................. 1970 Graham Keeble.................... 2001 Mike Keese...................... 1966-67 Rodney Keinath................ 1988-89 Tom Kellas....................... 1990-91 Aaron Keller.................... 1993-94 Edward Keller....................... 1970 Fred Kelley........................... 2004 Gary Kelley..................... 1961-64 Roger Kelley.................... 1990-92 Tom Kelley....................... 1964-65 Lindsey Kellogg................ 2004-06 Jake Kellom..................... 2004-05 Bill Kelly............................... 1983 Chris Kelly....................... 1998-99 Terry Kelly............................ 1967 Phil Kemp............................. 1975 Ervin Kendall........................ 1995 Taylor Kendall....................... 2010 Chad Kendricks................ 1999-00 Lee Kenner....................... 1957-58 Joe Kenney...................... 1961-62 Paul Kerr......................... 2000-02 Robert Kerr........................... 1987 Josh Kersey........................... 1994 Manasa Kikau...................... 2011 John Kilgariff................... 1987-88 Bill Kimball........................... 1956 Dave Kine............................. 1983 Charles King......................... 1986 Craig King....................... 2006-07 Ed Kinney............................. 1980 Matt Kirk.................... 1983,86,88 Jim Kirkbride................... 1969-70

Jim Kirkman.......................... 1962 Jon Kirksey...................... 1991-92 Paul Kiser............................. 1957 Larry Kizzee......................... 1989 Ben Klamm...................... 2003-04 Jesse Klinge..................... 1993-97 Lin Klinkhammer.............. 1985-86 Greg Knapp.................... 1982-85 Joe Knapp....................... 1997-99 Kurt Kniffen..................... 1983-84 Eric Knight............................ 1987 TJ Knowles............................ 2011 Dwayne Knox.................. 1976-78 Mark Knudsen................. 1976-77 Jeff Kool.......................... 1997-98 Mike Koontz.................... 1967-68 Tim Korte......................... 1982-84 Tony Kosinski........................ 1954 Cassidy Kotte........................ 1991 Micah Kraintz.................. 1998-01 Jon Krebs........................ 2009-10 Ryan Kroeker................... 2002-03 Mike Kucher.................... 1966-67 Brian Kukrall......................... 1981 Phil Kukuruza....................... 1968

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Alesana Laban................. 2009-11 Mark Lackowski............... 1989-90 Louie Lacoste........................ 1958 Ron Ladage..................... 1985-87 Lagomarsino......................... 1984 Dan Laine........................ 1994-97 Dave Lamanno................. 1992,94 Charles Lamb........................ 1961 Rick Lambdin................... 1978-79 John Landgraf.................. 1963-64 Bob Landrum........................ 1969 Dylan Lane...................... 2007-10 Mark Langensiepen.......... 1982-84 Dan Langford................... 1978-79 John Lango........................... 1981 Val Laolagi...................... 1991-92 Joe Larche....................... 2010-11

Matt Larson..................... 2009-10 Charles LaRue.................. 1998-99 Trent Lastinger.................. 1997-99 Charles Lastufka.................... 1954 Joe Latona....................... 1962-63 Mark Lavey...................... 2008-09 David Lawrence............... 1995-96 Ken Lawrence....................... 1957 Ken Lawrence....................... 1975 Matt Lawrence................. 2008-11 Harold Layne........................ 1957 Bob Lazark...................... 1962-63 Paul Lazio........................ 1963-64 Ryan Leadingham............ 2000-04 Rick Leahy....................... 1994-96 Dave Leal............................. 1969 Chad Lee.............................. 1993 Chris Lee......................... 1993-94 Diante Lee............................ 2011 Gerald Lee....................... 1966-67 Jack Lee............................... 1957 Mark Lee......................... 1981-82 Pat Lee................................. 1981 Lane Lees.............................. 1980 Robert Lehe........................... 1977 Kyle Leitzke...................... 2006-07 Matt Lemley..................... 2007-09 Albert Lemos......................... 1979 Peter Lenz........................ 2008-09 Ian Lenzi............................... 1996 Matt Lenzi........................ 1995-96 Mike Leonard........................ 1980 Herman Lerner...................... 1967 Bill Lesher............................. 1957 Eric Leshinsky................... 1988-91 Dan Leshore.......................... 1990 Clint Lessard.................... 2008-09 Bret LeVier....................... 2001-03 Sean Levy........................ 1987-89 Brandon Lewis................. 2002-03 Cleo Lewis............................ 1954 Don Lewis........................ 1971-72 Joe Lewis.............................. 1977

John Lewis............................ 1967 Lawrence Lewis................ 1986-87 Pedro Lewis..................... 1991-93 TJ Lewis........................... 1992-93 Traison Lewis........................ 2004 Ralph Ligons......................... 1988 Sam Lilly.......................... 1993-94 Grant Lindeman............... 1994-95 Craig Lingenfelter.................. 1996 Tom Lippert...................... 1961-62 Jim Lippi............................... 1972 Mike Lippi....................... 1969-70 Henry Little........................... 1960 Joe Little............................... 1991 Bob Littlefield........................ 1969 Brent Littlejohn................. 1980-81 Mitch Lively...................... 2003-06 Fred Lizalde..................... 1959-61 Lenny Lizalde................... 1967-68 Darrell Lleellyn...................... 1972 Justin Llorente.................. 2001-03 Mark Lloyd........................... 1985 Ron Locicero.................... 1962-63 Rich Lockart.......................... 1983 Tom Locker....................... 1969-70 Dave Lockyer........................ 1970 Jon Loeliger..................... 2008-09 Brandon Lofton................ 1998-02 Matt Logue...................... 2002-05 Bill Lohan............................. 1987 Saia Loketti...................... 1987-89 Morris Loller.................... 1988-89 Dale Long........................ 1974-75 Dan Long.............................. 1987 Drew Long....................... 1987-90 Matt Loomis..................... 1999-00 Doug Loorz...................... 1973-74 Chico Lopes..................... 1967-68 Kevin Lopes.......................... 1988 Eddie Lopez..................... 1973-74 Gary Lopez.......................... 1967 Guillermo Lopez............... 1997-99 James Lopez......................... 2009

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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 in the San Francisco Giants minor league system. Jody Johnson (right) also shined in a pair of sports for Sacramento State. In football, Johnson was a cornerback and kick returner who earned all-Big Sky honors 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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Salesi Maumau..................... 2009 Brian Mayer......................... 1996 Orrlando Mayes.............. 1985-86 Lee Mazorra......................... 1955 Len Mazorra.................... 1956-57 Frank Mazzola................ 1993-94 Joe Mazzuca........................ 1982 Pete Mazzuca.................. 1974-75 Camron Mbewa............... 1999-03 Jim McAdam........................ 1998 Scott McAdams..................... 1989 Park McAllister................. 1999-03 James McCandless................ 2003 Tim McCandless.................... 1977 John McCarthy................ 1964-66 Kevin McCarthy............... 1990-91 James McClain...................... 1966 Tom McClain......................... 1968 Angus McClure................ 1988-91 Dan McColl..................... 1962-63 Dennis McCormack............... 1986 Sam McCowan................ 2009-11 Allen McCoy.................... 1997-01 Kyle McCray......................... 2007 Brian McCullough............ 1990-91 Marcus McDaniel.................. 2009 Bob McDaniels...................... 1968 Seth McDaniels..................... 2006 Kiel McDonald...................... 2005 Terrance McDonald............... 2010 Bryan McDougall.................. 2007 Bruce McDowell............... 1976-77 Todd McElliott.................. 1982-83 Stanley McFadden................. 1979 Curt McFarland........... 1985-86,88 Adolphus McGee............. 1960-61 Don McGee..................... 1969-70 Marc McGinn.................. 1975-76 Mike McGirr.................... 1991-94 Robert McGruder.................. 1982 Mike McIntyre.................. 1980-81 Noel McKee..................... 1955-56 Jim McKenna........................ 1977 Chris McKenzie..................... 1987 Brian McKeon.................. 2008-10 Tom McKerras.................. 1960-61 Scott McKinney................ 1987-88 Mike McLeod................... 1981-82 Larry McLevich................. 1970,73 Jerry McMahan............... 1987-88 Ryan McMahon.................... 2011 Larry McMasters................... 1965 Rod McMasters................ 1991-92 Brandon McMullen................ 2006 Scott McNamara................... 2002 John McNamee................ 1973-74 Leroy McNear.................. 1957-58 Tim McPartland................ 1988-92 Brad McReynolds............. 1978-79 Rand McWilliams............. 1991-92 Marlan Meggers.............. 1988-89 Dan Mello....................... 1996-97 Lee Mercer....................... 1968-70 Pat Merrell............................ 1996 Paul Mesa............................ 1988 Cory Messer.................... 1996-97 Don Messer..................... 1972-73 Harry Mestjian...................... 1972 Chris Meyer.......................... 2003 Manuel Meza....................... 1985 Monti Meza................ 1984-85,87 Kelly Micco...................... 2000-04 Todd Mickelson..................... 1989 Bob Miles............................. 1965 Robert Miles......................... 1963 Mitch Millard........................ 1986 Bob Miller........................ 1964-65 Derek Miller..................... 1999-01 Don Miller............................ 1954 Don Miller....................... 1978-79 Gary Miller...................... 1962-63 Gary Miller........................... 1970

Nick Miller....................... 2004-05 Rob Miller........................ 1991-92 Russ Miller....................... 1969-70 Tony Miller.................. 1979,81-82 Pat Mills............................... 1979 Troy Mills......................... 1990-91 Joe Milner....................... 1988-90 Blake Milton.......................... 2006 Rick Minnick.................... 1971-72 Mike Minuth.................... 1968-69 Mark Misasi..................... 1981-82 Deon Mitchell........................ 1994 Derrick Mitchell................ 1993-94 Jerrell Mitchell....................... 2006 Mason Mitchell...... 2000-01,03-05 Paul Mitchell......................... 1969 Paul Mitchell.................... 1999-00 Sheridan Mitchell............. 1996-97 Mark Mizuki............... 1973-74,76 Matt Mobley......................... 1999 Elbert Mock.......................... 1974 Lou Modena.................... 1965-66 Fred Moeller.................... 1954-56 Vernon Moffitt....................... 1967 Allan Mohan........................ 2006 Earl Mohler..................... 1965-68 John Moisan.................... 1966-67 Ryan Mole....................... 2004-05 Pat Moloney.................... 1968-70 Dave Mondragon............. 1980-81 Gary Monroe....................... 1964 Kyle Monson.................... 2010-11 Rudy Montalvo................. 1960-61 Pete Mooney......................... 1960 Bernard Moore..................... 1984 Gene Moore......................... 1959 Kevin Moore.................... 2008-09 Richard Moore................. 2003-06 Sean Moore..................... 1992-93 Tay Moore....................... 1959-60 Bobby Mooshagian.......... 2005-06 Jim Mora.............................. 1994 Abe Morales.................... 1979-80 John Moreno................... 1960-61 Blake Mori....................... 2002-03 Chuck Mornard..................... 1972 Ben Morris............................ 1993 Bob Morris...................... 1975-76 King Morris.......................... 1977 Reynold Morris..................... 1995 Paul Morrison....................... 1986 Bill Morrisroe................... 1965-66 Jon Morrissey.................. 1996-00 Barry Morse......................... 1967 Gary Morse..................... 1967-68 David Morton.................. 1975-76 Pat Morton...................... 1962-63 Robert Morton...................... 1987 Scott Morton.................... 1964-65 John Moser........................... 1975 Tom Moses.................. 1991,93-95 Paul Moss............................. 1976 Clark Mossey........................ 1954 Scott Mota....................... 1973-74 Kyle Mowry.......................... 2005 Grant Moyer.................... 1991-92 John Mozerka....................... 1994 Bilal Muhammad.............. 2007-08 Faheem Muhammad........ 2005-08 Cyrus Mulitalo................. 2005-08 Brandon Mullins............... 1993-94 Marcus Mullins...................... 2010 Genaro Munoz..................... 1956 Josh Murdock.................. 1998,00 Philip Murdock...................... 2001 John Murphy................... 1989-90 Mark Murphy....................... 1984 Chris Murray........................ 1984 Jason Murray........................ 2001 Joe Murray...................... 1992-93 Gary Musick.................... 1959-60 James Muzzini...................... 2008

Jack Myers...................... 1973-74 Tony Mystead........................ 1960

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Marcellus Nabors............. 1993-96 Bernie Nagle........................ 1957 Bob Napoli........................... 1960 Gary Napue......................... 1980 Phil Nash......................... 1988-91 Zack Nash....................... 2007-11 Chris Natali..................... 1976-77 Jim Natali............................. 1954 Ray Navar....................... 2005-08 Elias Navarro....................... 1998 Eric Navarro......................... 1981 Chris Nave........................... 1994 Rick Neal......................... 1981-84 Lloyd Need........................... 1981 Chris Nelson.................... 1980-81 Ike Nelson............................ 1974 Leonard Nelson................ 1991-92 Mark Nelson.................... 1983-84 Mike Neverve.................. 1993-94 Al Nicholas..................... 1965-66 George Nicholson............ 1969-70 Dave Nickerson............... 1986-88 Dustin Nicolodi................ 2001-05 Bill Nidever........................... 1970 Matt Nilsson.................... 1985-87 Andy Nisbet......................... 1970 Howard Nishio..................... 1964 Ron Norman......................... 1976 Morris Norrise................. 2009-11 Mike Northeimer................... 1962 Mike Norton.................... 1975-77 John Norwood................. 1969-70 Junior Nua...................... 1988-89 Nic Nugent........................... 2007 Tom Nugent..................... 1960-61 Geno Nunes.................... 1984-85

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Ken O’Brien.......................... 1978 Joe O’Gorman...................... 2009 Kelly O’Neil.......................... 1973 Andre Obie.......................... 1979 Greg Ochoa.................... 1992-93 Osagie Odiase................ 2009-11 Naeem Odums................ 1995-97 John Olander................... 1960-61 Adrian Oliphant............... 1992-93

Angelo Oliva................... 1983-87 Bob Oliver....................... 1966-67 Durrell Oliver.............. 2005-07,09 Joe Oliver............................. 1995 Mitch Oliver.......................... 1995 Tom Oliver....................... 1966-67 Richard Olivia...................... 1987 Dave Olmstead................ 1959-60 Dan Ornelas......................... 1977 Joey Ortega.......................... 1979 Adam Ortiz.......................... 2005 Jim Ortiz.............................. 1970 Joey Ortiz............................ 1989 Kelly Osborn................... 1981-83 Randy Osman.................. 1974-75 Dave Ossont.................... 1984,84 Brad Osterhout..................... 2002 Jon Osterhout.................. 1995-99 Gene Ously.......................... 1955 Chuck Overton...................... 1956 Roger Owen......................... 1956 Rod Owens...................... 1985-86 Ron Owens...................... 1990-91

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Tyler Padovan.................. 1998-02 Manuel Pagaling................... 1970 Dave Page............................ 1973 Gus Pahl.............................. 1954 Elon Paige....................... 2005-08 Stephone Paige................ 2003-04 Andy Palacio........................ 2005 Eric Palmberg.................. 1990-91 Kris Palmer...................... 1992-93 Rick Palmiere........................ 1983 Anthony Palomariz........... 2002-03 Henri Pamphile................ 2004-05 Paul Pane............................. 1970 Dave Panzer.................... 1983-86 Chris Pappageorgas (Pappas).75-77 Steve Paredes....................... 1988 Ryan Parillo..................... 2000,03 Frank Parish......................... 1980 Bob Parker............................ 1962 Bryan Parker.................... 2004-05 Charles Parker................. 1989-90 Keith Parker.......................... 1988 Michael Parker................. 1989-93 Randy Parker........................ 1991 William Parker...................... 1990

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Leroy McNear (30) played running back from 1957-58. He was elected to the school’s football Hall of Fame.

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Frank Parrish........................ 1981 Kai Pasquale......................... 1994 James Patterson.................... 2006 Scott Patterson................. 1973-74 Terry Patterson...................... 1973 Lance Patton......................... 1991 Rob Patton....................... 1985-90 Roger Pauletto.................. 1964-66 Wayne Paulk................... 1960-61 Mike Pavone.................... 1972-73 Dylan Paxton........................ 1989 Lonie Paxton.................... 1996-99 Ramon Payne................... 2000-04 Randy Payne................... 1990-91 Zeph Payne..................... 2002-04 Mark Pearce.................... 1986-87 Darrell Pearman.................... 1990 David Pearson...................... 1998 Othel Pearson.................. 1963-64 Budd Peaslee........................ 1980 Kris Peck.............................. 1987 Manuel Pegaling................... 1969 Ed Pelfrey............................. 1991 Bryan Pendergast.................. 1988 Ken Penman......................... 1954 Rich Peralta.......................... 1990 Damon Perasso................ 1996-97 Jarred Pereira.................. 2009-10 Joe Perez......................... 1973-74 Joe Perez.............................. 2003 Mike Perine.......................... 1981 Steve Perkins......................... 1969 Don Perry............................. 1964 George Perry........................ 1975 Phillip Perry..................... 2004-07 Rocky Perry..................... 1976-77 Ryan Perry....................... 2004-05 Arlen Peters.......................... 1978 Mike Peters........................... 1969 Mike Peters........................... 1984 Tony Peters........................... 1988 Sam Petersen........................ 1982 James Peterson................. 1999-00 Larry Peterson.................. 1983,86 Randey Peterson.............. 2010-11 Lee Petit-Phar................... 1992-93 Dave Petree..................... 1975-76 Terry Petree........................... 1989 Mick Pettengill....................... 1990 Hugh Pettit............................ 1962 Dustin Pfaff...................... 2009-11 Mark Pfau....................... 1987-88 Dan Phelps...................... 1997-01 Wyatt Phillips........................ 1975 Don Pierce............................ 1974 Dennis Pierotte...................... 1974 Doyle Pinkston...................... 1959 Don Pintar....................... 1964-66 Gordon Pistochini.................. 1960 Arice Pittman................... 1969-70 Guy Pittman..................... 1980-82 Cesar Plasencia.................... 1986 Jack Plastner......................... 1957 Joe Platina............................ 1955 Randy Plumbtree.............. 1982-84 Jim Podewell......................... 1989 Johnny Polk.......................... 1976 Bill Popejoy...................... 1959-60 George Porter.................. 1975-76 Ted Postolaki.................... 1990-91 Brian Powell..................... 1983-84 Larry Powell.......................... 1970 Shawn Powell....................... 1987 Tom Powell...................... 1967-68 Power................................... 1982 Tyson Powers................... 1995-96 Brian Prahl...................... 1981-83 Ben Prater........................ 2002-03 Darrell Price..................... 1989-90 Elijah Price...................... 1988-89 Robert Price.......................... 1988 Tim Price......................... 1989-91

Heath Prichard................. 2004-05 John Pride............................ 1969 Clint Primm........................... 1992 Mike Prince........................... 1980 William Prince...................... 1988 Rick Pryor............................. 1975 Greg Pugh............................ 1979

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Gary Quattrin.................. 1962-63 Raul Quezada................. 1958-59 Cory Quincey.................. 1996-97 Rudy Quiroz......................... 1992

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Alvin Raine........................... 1967 Randy Rains.................... 1985-87 Gil Ramirez.......................... 1980 Larry Ramirez....................... 1979 Pete Ramirez......................... 1978 Mike Ramos.......................... 1995 Greg Rankin......................... 1983 Dave Ransom................... 1969-70 Ricky Ray........................ 1999-00 Norm Readdy.................. 1966-68 Justin Reber.......................... 1998 Jim Redden........................... 1987 Jay Reddic....................... 2009-10 Brandyn Reed.................. 2009-11 Clay Reed............................. 1982 Richard Reese....................... 1958 Matt Reeser.......................... 1994 Julio Regla....................... 2010-11 Mike Reller........................... 1981 Joe Renzi......................... 1963-64 Gene Reyes..................... 1961-62 Brad Reynolds....................... 1978 Greg Reynolds................. 1979-80 Shante Rhodes...................... 1989 Curt Rhyne........................... 1974 Javier Ricci........................... 1995 Jaret Rice.............................. 1996 JR Richards...................... 1987-88 Dwayne Richardson.............. 1977 Mike Richardson.............. 1966-67 Rex Richardson................ 1984,86 Ron Richardson................ 2006-10 Stephen Richardson............... 1995 Mark Richmond............... 1990-91 Bryan Ridgway..................... 1988 Mike Rieff........................ 1967-68 Rick Rigmaden................. 1968-70 Kendall Riley.................... 2001-02 Jim Rinne......................... 1964-66 George Riolo........................ 1956 Dennis Ripley................... 1960-61 Randy Risley.................... 1987-90 Joe Rivera............................. 1988 Lyle Robbins......................... 1985 Don Roberson.................. 1964-65 Steve Roberson..................... 2003 Steven Roberson.................... 1985 Bernardo Roberts.................. 1954 Charles Roberts................ 1997-00 Dave Roberts................... 1956-57 Mark Roberts................... 1967-68 Troy Roberts.......................... 1989 Andre Robinson.................... 2007 Bret Robinson........................ 1978 Calvin Robinson............... 2005-06 Greg Robinson................. 1984-85 Lamarr Robinson.............. 2004-06 Dave Robles..................... 1980-81 Mike Robustelli................. 1962-63 Bob Rocha....................... 1967-69 Gene Rocker.................... 1956-58 Larry Rodericks........... 1967-68,71 John Rogan..................... 2005-07 Josh Rogers.......................... 1997 Roger Rohrbough.................. 1967 Don Rohrke.......................... 1961 Mike Rollerson...................... 1979 Jim Rolls............................... 1973

Bill Romero........................... 1988 Randy Romero................. 1975-77 Brian Rondoni....................... 1974 Dan Rooney..................... 1994-97 Berton Root...................... 1955-56 Ervin Roquemore.............. 1986-87 Richard Rose......................... 1968 Talmadge Rose...................... 1984 Mel Ross............................... 1961 Rick Ross.............................. 1978 Dan Rosso....................... 1980-81 Rick Rossovich.................. 1975-76 Adam Roth...................... 1999-01 Jason Rowell.................... 1998-02 Ron Rubesky......................... 1963 Mike Rudd....................... 1993-94 Robert Rudolph..................... 1975 Joe Rudulph..................... 2006-07 Frank Ruggiero..................... 1964 Adam Ruiz........................... 2005 Eddie Ruiz....................... 1993-96 Rich Ruiz.............................. 1994 Tom Rusk.............................. 1969 Charles Russell...................... 1956 Derek Russell........................ 1988 Jeff Russell............................ 1989 John Russell.......................... 1987 Matt Russell.......................... 2006 Mike Russell..................... 1986-90

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Levi Saelua........................... 1987 Garrett Safron................. 2010-11 Mark Sahlberg...................... 1989 Frank Sailsbery..................... 1956 Ernie Sainz...................... 1991-92 Salantino.............................. 1978 Brian Sallee.......................... 1983 Jake Salter............................ 2009 Chris Samuels.................. 2004-05 Jimmy Sanchez................ 2000-01 Raul Sanchez................... 1999-00 Rufino Sanchez..................... 2002 Victor Sanchez...................... 1973 Jaime Sandel................... 1994-95 Jason Sandel................... 1995-96 Bill Sanders..................... 1985-86 Brandon Sanders............. 1995-96 Brian Sanders.................. 1991-92

Will Sanders......................... 1995 Mike Sanderson.................... 1975 Greg Sandoval..................... 1973 Sankar................................. 1983 Brandon Santos............... 1996-98 Tony Santos.......................... 1987 Aaron Sapien....................... 2005 Joe Sarcinella.................. 1998-00 Ray Sareeram....................... 1958 Joe Saro............................... 1994 Brett Satchwell................. 1980-81 Saumalo............................... 1978 Fred Scaler........................... 1974 Ken Scanavino................. 1961-62 Tyler Schablaske.................... 2008 Mike Schilling....................... 1981 Laine Schmidt....................... 1994 Phil Schmidt.......................... 1975 Geo Schmitz.................... 1967,69 Kerry Schmitz....................... 1994 Dan Schott............................ 1986 Jack Schott........................... 1958 Zach Schrader................. 2009-10 Jeff Schraeder.................. 1991-92 Rob Schroeter....................... 1975 Keith Schuler......................... 1984 Earl Schultz...................... 1969-70 Jeff Schultz........................... 1996 Ken Schutten......................... 1966 Mark Schutz.................... 1984-85 Sean Schwab................... 1990-91 Dan Schwartz.................. 1965-66 Al Schwimmer....................... 1982 Jerry Sclater..................... 1986-89 John Scorza..................... 1967-68 Pete Scorza.......................... 1971 Archie Scott.......................... 1988 Fred Scott........................ 1957-59 Shane Scott..................... 1997-98 Stephen Scott........................ 1994 Jim Scully................... 1973-74,76 Jack Semmens....................... 1957 Kato Serwanga..................... 1994 Wasswa Serwanga............... 1994 Reinhard Seyffertitz............... 1969 Paul Shafto........................... 1991 Tony Shah............................. 1993 Dennis Shannon............... 1967-68

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.

Don Shannon........................ 1963 Eric Sharp....................... 1973-76 Curtis Shaw..................... 2010-11 Marvin Shelly.................. 1980-81 Brett Shelton.................... 2004-07 Daimon Shelton.................... 1996 Frank Shepard...................... 1960 Ty Shepard...................... 1985-86 Hal Shephard....................... 1959 Jermaine Shepherd............... 2005 Ken Sherer........................... 1960 Bill Sherman.................... 2006-09 Ron Sherrod......................... 1994 Larry Shields......................... 1969 Ryan Shinar..................... 2008-09 Kent Shindelhower................ 1977 Matt Shinn....................... 2009-11 Anthony Shipe................. 1994-95 Dave Shipp........................... 1973 Rick Shrout........................... 1976 Matt Shubert......................... 2001 Jerry Shuck........................... 1979 Evan Shuler.......................... 2002 Jeff Shultz................... 1995,97-98 George Siapale.................... 1985 Jeremy Siemiller.................... 2002 Steve Sievers......................... 1975 Brian Silva....................... 1991,93 John Simas...................... 1980-81 Clint Simpson................... 1998-99 Corey Sims...................... 2010-11 Ricky Sims............................ 1983 Mike Sinclair.................... 1976-77 Kraig Singleton........... 1987-88,90 Junior Sio Paulo............... 1989-90 Dan Siroskey................... 1976-77 Donnie Sizemore................... 2001 Tim Skowran......................... 1982 John Skube...................... 1956-58 Mike Smidt........................... 1981 Brandon Smith................. 2004-05 Carlos Smith.................... 1996-97 Chuck Smith.................... 1978-79 Cory Smith........................... 1999 Curtis Smith..................... 1988-89 Dan Smith....................... 1967-68 Darwin Smith................... 1962-63 Dave Smith........................... 1978 Dustin Smith..................... 1997-98 Garth Smith.......................... 1996 Gary Smith...................... 1964-67 George Smith....................... 1984 Jamal Smith.......................... 2011 Jamie Smith..................... 1998-99 Jason Smith..................... 2007-09 Justin Smith........................... 1993 Kenan Smith.................... 2000-03 Kenslow Smith...................... 2009 Larry Smith........................... 1964 Marquese Smith............... 2008-11 Mike Smith...................... 1974-75 Morgan Smith....................... 1966 Norman Smith...................... 1973 Rick Smith........................ 1972-73 Scott Smith............................ 1977 Shawn Smith.................... 2002-04 Steve Smith...................... 1989-93 Austin Smotherman............... 1969 Eural Smothers................. 1968-69 Dominick Sneed.................... 1982 Bill Snelson........................... 1956 Lloyd Snelson................... 1954-55 Abe Snobar.......................... 1995 Lance Soares................... 1985-86 Dave Sobolewski................... 1971 Gafoa Soliai......................... 1987 Jason Solis....................... 1996-97 Paul Sommer........................ 1977 Jon Sonoma..................... 1996,98 Tim Soronen.................... 1987-88 Jim Sorrentino....................... 1979 Lou Sorrentino................. 1983-85

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John Tacosa.......................... 1968 Seth Tago........................ 2000,03 Kyle Tahsler.......................... 2006 Etene Taimalelagi.................. 1986 Shane Talbert................... 1991-92 Pat Talesfore......................... 1986 Gary Tanner.................... 1970,72 Noel Taueetia................... 2002-03 Joe Tavalero.......................... 1959 Andre Taylor......................... 2006 Dennis Taylor................... 1980-81 Harvey Taylor....................... 2006 John Taylor...................... 2007-10 Ken Taylor....................... 1983,85 Mike Taylor...................... 1979-80 Reed Taylor...................... 1993-94 Tyrone Taylor................... 1996-97 Charles Templeton................. 1974 Kevin Tennerson.......... 2002-03,03 Mike Tennery................... 1981-82 Mike Teresa..................... 1972-73 Robert Teresinski................... 1994 Makio Terrell......................... 1977 Robert Tette...................... 1993-94 Stephen Tezanos-Pinto...... 2010-11 Kirk Theis............................. 1986

Bill Thomas...................... 1990-91 Craig Thomas.................. 1980-81 Erin Thomas..................... 1998-99 Gervase Thomas.............. 1976-77 Jamey Thomas...................... 1989 John Thomas.................... 1965-66 John Thomas.................... 1976-77 Mack Thomas.................. 1969-70 Tony Thomas......................... 1975 Alan Thompson..................... 1966 Bob Thompson...................... 1983 Doug Thompson............... 1974-75 Greg Thompson.................... 1966 Jai Thompson................... 1992-94 Ken Thompson................. 1977-79 Mike Thompson..................... 1970 Russ Thompson..................... 1969 Tony Thornberg..................... 1962 Bobby Joe Thornburg....... 1966-67 Steve Thorns.................... 1995-98 Travis Thornsberry................. 2001 Mark Thornton...................... 1988 Charles Thorntona............ 1998-02 Carey Thrasher..................... 1982 John Thurber.................... 1976-77 Brett Tillett........................ 1985-87 Mark Tipton..................... 1984-85 BJ Tittlemier..................... 2000-03 Steve Tobias..................... 1967-68 Jeff Tokunaga................... 1979-80 Al Toledo.............................. 1964 Tyler Tomasini....................... 1988 Cary Tommeraason.......... 1964-65 Joe Tompkins........................ 1981 Dan Tonini....................... 1975-76 Ken Torbert........................... 1967 Jim Tornell............................ 1972 Tom Tornell........................... 1965 Brian Torrez..................... 1995-96 Scott Towne...................... 1996-00 Butch Townshend................... 1990 Joe Travinas.......................... 1969 Brad Tredway.................. 2004-05 Brad Tress........................ 1995-97 Ron Trillo.............................. 1970 Carlo Trinchero................ 2008-09 Luke Triplett...................... 1986,88 Tony Trosin....................... 1986-88 Jeff Truesdail......................... 1979 Fiva Tuanaitau...................... 1992 Denton Tuiasosopo........... 2007-08 Pete Tuiasosopo................ 1991,93 Brett Tujague.................... 1994-95 Mike Turiello......................... 1991 Turner................................... 1978 Lee Turner........................ 1997-01 Jack Turnier.......................... 1973

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Rich Ugarte.......................... 1979 Glen Underwood............. 1954-56

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Momo Vaiomounga............... 2003 Joe Valdes............................ 2005 Victor Vallejo........................ 1977 Bob Van Calcar................ 1966-67 Jason Van de Pol.............. 1991-94 Bob Van Noy................... 1966-67 Wayne Vance....................... 1978 Corey Vanderbeek........... 2009-11 Jared Vanderbeek............ 2007-08 Mort VanderBerghe............... 1957 Richard VanOver............. 1996-00 Rich Vasile....................... 1981-82 Ken Vaughn..................... 1994-95 Tom Veatch...................... 1969-70 Eric Velez............................. 2007 Jim Verduzco................... 1980-81 Deno Verges......................... 1964 Shaun Verner................... 1983-84 Mark Vierra..................... 1981-82 Heath Villarreal..................... 2004

Rod Vinall............................. 1959 Ed Vincent............................ 1961 Gary Vincent................... 1959-60 Dan Virdier........................... 1968 Robert Virgil......................... 2008 Bob Visger............................ 1968 Larry Voss........................ 1954-55

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Sean Waddle................... 1983-84 Mike Wade........................... 1978 Mike Wadlington.................. 1967 Leon Wafer...................... 1967-68 Robert Waggoner................. 1962 John Wagner........................ 1997 Ted Wagner.......................... 1954 Terence Wagner............... 1997-01 Chet Walker......................... 1998 Dannie Walker................. 1996-98 Duane Walker...................... 1975 Megellon Walker................... 1982 Keith Wallace....................... 1985 Walter Wallace..................... 2003 James Walsh........................ 1970 Jim Walsh............................. 1969 Patrick Walsh................... 2008-09 Steve Walsh.......................... 1973 Mark Walsvick...................... 1976 Chris Walton........................ 1982 Glenn Ward.................... 1959-60 Dave Ware........................... 1968 Bill Warner........................... 1954 Geoff Warner.................. 2006-09 Mohammad Warrad........ 2001-04 Fred Washington................... 1997 Jerome Washington.......... 1979-80 Reg Washington................... 1969 Tony Washington............. 2007-08 Garrett Wasser................ 1997-98 Keith Waters.................... 1987-88 Bilal Watkins.................... 2000-02 Brian Watson................... 1968-70 Jody Weatherall............... 1960-61 Mike Weaver........................ 1975 Ron Weaver..................... 1988-89 Vince Weaver.................. 2008-11 Lamont Webb.................. 1997-00 Brent Webber.................. 2004-07 Bob Wegener....................... 1982 Crosby Wehr................... 2003-07 Marlin Weinberger................ 1965 Gene Weise.......................... 1954 Keba Weitherspoon.......... 1990-91 Marvin Welch.................. 1966-67 Bob Wells........................ 1961-62 Al Wenthworth...................... 1967 Wally Westlake..................... 1975 Ron Wheat...................... 1972-73 Jim Wheeler.................... 1966-68 Bill Whitaker......................... 1962 Chris Whitaker................ 1986-87 Avery White.................... 2008-11 Bevin White..................... 1990-91 Billy White.................. 2003-04,06 Don White............................ 1954 Duncan White.................. 2007-08 Garrett White.................. 1998-02 Marques White................ 2010-11 Matt White........................... 2007 Billy Whitehurst..................... 1976 Elvin Whittle.................... 1962-63 Ryland Wickman.............. 1995-98 Arnold Widener.................... 1954 Gil Wilbon...................... 1978-79 Andy Wilhoit................... 1990-92 John Wilkerson..................... 1983 Ken Wilkerson................. 1985-86 Evander Wilkins............... 2007-11 Arn Williams........................ 1974 Brian Williams...................... 1987 Carlos Williams............... 1996-99 Cecil Williams.................. 1981-84

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.

Clarence Williams............ 1968-69 Dal Williams......................... 1959 Darren Williams.................... 1989 Daryl Williams...................... 1989 Emory Williams.................... 1998 Fred Williams....................... 1990 Gerwin Williams................... 2006 Harry Williams..................... 1988 Herb Williams.................. 1978-79 Ira Williams..................... 1978-79 Jim Williams......................... 1960 Jimmy Williams................ 1976-77 Johnny Williams.................... 1985 Jonathan Williams............ 2003-04 Markell Williams.............. 2009-11 Mantel Williams............... 1968-70 Mark Williams...................... 1987 Matt Williams....................... 2000 Ray Williams................... 1975-76 Reza Williams.................. 2000-01 Richard Williams................... 1995 Ronnie Williams.................... 1981 Tommy Williams............... 1997-00 Willie Williams................ 1967-68 Brett Willis....................... 2008-10 Dana Willis..................... 2009-10 Marque Willis.................. 2007,09 Paul Willover................... 1987-88 Peter Willson................... 1994-95 Carlos Wilson.................. 1990-91 Garlon Wilson...................... 1954 Kim Wilson...................... 1965-66 Peter Wilson......................... 1994 Tim Wilson........................... 1978 Tommy Wilson...................... 1996 Cliff Wingo...................... 1960-61 Robert Winnie................. 1991,93 Rick Wohle........................... 1966 John Woltz........................... 1989 Kekoa Won.......................... 1990 Rod Wong....................... 1979-80 Bill Wood............................. 1974 Dylan Woodfill...................... 2010 Kermit Woods....................... 1998 Woodworth.......................... 1976 Mike Woody.................... 1974-75 Marc Woodyard................... 1975 Kenny Woolfolk............... 1983-84

Craig Woosley................. 1988-89 Matt Wooster........................ 1994 Mike Wooster.................. 1997-00 Mike Worley......................... 1975 Tyler Worthley.................. 2009-11 Darnell Worthy..................... 2008 Damon Wright................. 1994-95 Drew Wyant.................... 1985-89 Ken Wygal...................... 1959-60

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Matt Yaklich.......................... 2005 Tosh Yamamoto..................... 1968 Jim Yancy........................ 1973-74 Dan Yetter............................. 1990 Jim Yokota............................ 1958 Barry Young......................... 1993 Derrick Young....................... 1977 Gary Young.......................... 1970 Mark Young..................... 1986,88 Shawn Young........................ 1993 Kevin Youtsey........................ 2007 Bill Yurong....................... 1965-67

Z

Vince Zalasky.................. 1962-63 Art Zaniewski.................. 1996-97 Leonard Zarate..................... 1995 Charles Zbur.................... 1960-61 Steve Zeller........................... 1989 Phil Zeman........................... 1969 Ron Zills............................... 1967 John Znider..................... 1962-63 Mike Zorn............................. 1973 Tom Zunino...................... 1957-58

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2012 HORNET FOOTBALL HORNETS IN THE NFL Arizona/Phoenix/ Cardinals

Denver Broncos

Kelly Osborn, DB (‘83) Lonie Paxton, LS (‘99)

Aaron Garcia, QB (‘93) Lorenzo Lynch, DB (‘86) Zack Nash, LB (‘11)

Detroit Lions

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)

Cincinnati Bengals

Mike Clemons, LB/K (‘67) John Farley, RB (‘83) Ed Canonico, DB (’01) Mike Clemons, LB/K (‘67) John Gesek, OL (‘86) Otis Gillespie, TE (‘81) Tuata Maga, LB (‘87) Jim Redden, TE (‘87)

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)

Michael Johnson, WR (‘91) Lorenzo Lynch, DB (‘86) Daimon Shelton, FB (‘96)

Dallas Cowboys

Green Bay Packers

Jacksonville Jaguars

Chicago Bears

Cleveland Browns

Dan Chamberlain, WR (‘59) Bill Thomas, OL (‘91)

Kansas City Chiefs

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)

New England Patriots

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

Brian Allred, CB (‘90) Mike Black, OL (‘85) Kevin Fontes, WR (‘82) Terence Wagner, OL (’01)

New York Jets

Dave DeSilva, PK (‘85) Bill Sanders, RB (‘86) Ricky Ray, QB (’00) Marko Cavka, OT (’03)

Oakland/ Los Angeles Raiders

San Francisco 49ers

Fred Amey, WR (’04) McLeod Bethel-Thompson (‘10) 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)

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)

Los Angeles/ St. Louis Rams

Philadelphia Eagles

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Mike Black, OL (‘85) Ed Canonico, DB (’01) Angelo James, DB (‘86) Bob Miller, QB (‘65)

San Diego Chargers

Mike Carter, WR (‘69) Tony Corbin, QB (‘96) Werner Hippler, TE (‘94) Tyrone Taylor, WR (‘97)

Rob Harrison, RB (‘86) Dale Jablonsky, OL (‘82) Jon Kirksey, DL (‘92) Troy Mills, RB (‘91) Terence Wagner, OL (’01)

Greg Robinson, OL (‘85)

Houston Oilers/ Tennessee Titans

Joe Little, WR (‘91) Chris Frank, OG (’03) Chase Deadder, WR (‘11)

Washington Redskins

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. ( ) - Last year with Sacramento State.

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. • 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.

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2012 HORNET 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 Media Relations 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 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

Year 1959 1963 1964 1985 1967

1967 1968 1968 1968 1969

1977 1979 1981 1981 1981 1982 1982 1982 1982 1983

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 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

1983 1983 1984 1984 1984 1985

1985

1985 1985 1985 1985 1985 1985

1986

1986 1986 1986

1986 1986

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 San Francisco 49ers - NFL Phoenix/Arizona Cardinals - NFL Edmonton Eskimos - CFL Winnipeg Blue Bombers - CFL Randy Payne, QB Arizona Rattlers - AFL Bill Thomas, OL Detroit Lions - NFL Carlos Wilson, DB Portland Forest Dragons - AFL Bobby Fresques, QB Los Angeles Raiders - NFL San Jose SaberCats - AFL Jon Kirksey, DL (8th) 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 Sacramento Gold Miners - CFL

1987 1987 1987 1988 1988 1988 1989 1990 1990 1991 1991 1991 1991

1991 1991 1991 1992 1992

1992

San Antonio Texans - CFL San Jose SaberCats - AFL Aaron Garcia, QB 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 Memphis Pharaohs - AFL Portland Forest Dragons - AFL Werner Hippler, TE Frankfort Galaxy - NFL-E San Diego Chargers - NFL Las Vegas Outlaws - XFL Cologne Centurions - NFL-E Marvin Brown, DB Albany Firebirds - AFL New York Dragons - AFL Judd Fleming, WR Orlando Predators - AFL Daimon Shelton, RB (6th) Jacksonville Jaguars - NFL Chicago Bears - NFL Buffalo Bills - NFL San Jose SaberCats - AFL 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 Wichita Stealth - AFL2

1993

1994 1994

1995 1995 1996

1996

1997

1998

1999

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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2012 HORNET FOOTBALL HORNETS IN THE PROS Jon Osterhout, OL Washington Redskins - NFL Lonie Paxton, OL New England Patriots - NFL Denver Broncos - NFL Anthony Daisley, LB Edmonton Eskimos - CFL Ricky Ray, QB San Francisco 49ers - NFL Fresno Frenzy - AFL2 Edmonton Eskimos - CFL New York Jets - NFL Charles Roberts, RB Winnipeg Blue Bombers - CFL B.C. Lions - CFL Lamont Webb, WR Fresno Frenzy - AFL2 Saskatchewan Roughriders - CFL San Diego Riptide - AFL2 New York Dragons - AFL Ed Canonico, DB Cleveland Browns - NFL Arizona Rattlers - AFL Las Vegas Gladiators - AFL

1999 1999 2000 2000

2000 2000

2001

Cincinnati Swarm - AFL2 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

2001

2002 2002 2003

2003

Fred Otis Amey San Francisco 49ers - NFL Austin Wranglers - AFL Cleveland Gladiators - AFL B.C. Lions - CFL Winnipeg Blue Bombers - CFL Sacramento Mountain Lions - UFL San Jose Saber Cats - AFL Mason Mitchell Stockton Lightning - AFL2 Brandon Smith San Jose SaberCats - AFL Calgary Stampeders - CFL Jason Barnes Central Valley Coyotes - AFL2 Edmonton Eskimos - CFL Tyson Butler Central Valley Coyotes - AFL2 Andre Taylor Central Valley Coyotes - AFL2 Stockton Lightning - AFL2 Tony Washington B.C. Lions - CFL

2004

2005 2005 2006

Juan Gamboa San Jose SaberCats - AFL McLeod Bethel-Thompson San Jose SaberCats - AFL San Francisco 49ers - NFL Miami Dolphins - NFL Minnesota Vikings - NFL Peter Buck Iowa Barnstormers - AFL Omaha Nighthawks - UFL Christian Clark San Jose SaberCats - AFL Chase Deadder Tennessee Titans - NFL Zack Nash Arizona Cardinals - NFL

2009 2010

2010 2010 2011 2011

2006 2006 2008

Sacramento State Football Hall of Fame

The 2012 Sacramento State Football Hall of Fame Class was comprised of (L-R) quarterback Ricky Ray, linebacker Brian Watson, offensive lineman Jason Bannan, defensive back Marvin Brown, tight end Chris Kelly and linebacker Anthony Daisley. The ceremony took place on Arpil 14 at the Sacramento State Alumni Center.

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Players Jason Bannan, OL......................1991-95 Jamie Berry, DB.........................1986-87 Randy Bingham, OL...................1978-81 Mike Black, OL ..........................1982-85 Marvin Brown, DB......................1994-95 Mike Carter, WR........................1968-69 Dan Chamberlain, WR ..............1956-58 Mike Clemons, LB/FB ................1964-67 Tony Corbin, QB........................1993-96 Boise Correa, OL.......................1967-69 Dave Cummings, DL...................1965-66 Anthony Daisley, LB....................1999-00 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.........................1981-82 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.........................1955-57 Lapoleon Ingram, DB .................1975-77 Bobbie Jackson, DB....................1972-73 Lyle James, QB ..........................1966-68 Jimmie Jordan, LB......................1967-68 Chris Kelly, TE............................1998-99 Gary Kelley, WR .......................1961-64 Greg Knapp, QB........................1982-85 Mike Lippi, QB ..........................1969-70 Gary Lunsford, DB.....................1987-88 Lorenzo Lynch, DB......................1985-86 Adolphus McGee, RB.................1960-61 Rod McMasters, DB....................1991-92 Leroy McNear, RB......................1957-58 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..........................1965-66 Kelly Osborn, DL........................1981-83 Jon Osterhout, OL......................1996-99 Lonie Paxton, OL/LS...................1996-99 Othel Pearson, DB......................1963-64 Don Pintar, DB...........................1964-66

Bill Popejoy, RB..........................1959-60 Gary Quattrin, DL......................1962-63 Raul Quezada, DB.....................1958-59 Ricky Ray, QB............................1999-00 Gene Reyes, RB .........................1961-62 Charles Roberts, RB....................1997-00 Greg Robinson, OL....................1984-85 Don Rohrke, LB .........................1960-61 John Scorza, RB.........................1967-68 Fred Scott, QB ..........................1957-59 Daimon Shelton, RB......................... 1996 John Skube, OL/LB.....................1956-58 Eural Smothers, DB.....................1968-69 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 Brian Watson, LB........................1968-70 Ryland Wickman, LB..................1995-98 Mark Young, WR.......................1986-88 Bill Yurong, WR.........................1965-67 Tom Zunino, QB/LB....................1957-58

Head Coaches Ray Clemons, Head Coach.........1961-75 Bob Mattos, Head Coach............1978-92 Assistant Coaches/Staff Lew Crowl, Trainer.....................1961-74 Cal Boyes, Coach/AD................1956-95 Rick Plumbtree, Coach................1982-93 Bill Kutzer, Coach.......................1965-82 Clyde Jones, Equip Mgr..............1959-00 Cornerstone Jim Boras Wally Borland Lloyd Snelson Alumni Coaches Award Darren Arbet Dave Hoskins

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2012 HORNET 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. 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 well as stints in the Arena Football League, CFL and UFL.

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.

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MATT LOGUE 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. HORNETSPORTS.COM | THE OFFICIAL WEBSITE OF SACRAMENTO STATE ATHLETICS

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ZACK NASH

2010 - The Sports Network (2nd), Associated Press (2nd) 2011 - AFCA (1st), Associated Press (1st), Walter Camp (1st), Phil Steele (2nd) The all-time school leader in sacks, Nash was a two-time first team all-Big Sky selection at defensive end. As a senior, he became the first Hornet defensive player to earn first team all-AFCA honors. Nash combined for 31.5 sacks over his final two seasons and set the school single game record with 5.0 sacks against Idaho State in both 2010 and 2011.

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BY POSITION OFFENSE (7) Running Back Charles Roberts Charles Roberts

BY ORGANIZATION THE SPORTS NETWORK First Team Jon Osterhout Charles Roberts

1998 1999

1999 1999

Wide Receiver Fred Amey Tony Washington

2002 2008

Second Team Charles Roberts Christian Clark Zack Nash

1998 2009 2010

Tight End Chris Kelly

1999

Offensive Lineman Jon Osterhout Terence Wagner

Third Team Tony Washington

2008

1999 2001

DEFENSE (12) Defensive Line Christian Clark Zack Nash Zack Nash

Honorable Mention Mike Brannon Cyrus Mulitalo Cyrus Mulitalo

2007 2007 2008

2009 2010 2011

Linebacker Ryland Wickman Anthony Daisley Matt Logue Cyrus Mulitalo Cyrus Mulitalo Mike Brannon Cyrus Mulitalo

ASSOCIATED PRESS First Team Charles Roberts Zack Nash

1999 2011

1998 2000 2005 2006 2007 2007 2008

Second Team Charles Roberts Jon Osterhout Zack Nash

1998 1999 2010

Defensive Back Ramon Payne Brent Webber

Third Team Ryland Wickman Anthony Daisley

1998 2000

2004 2006

SPECIAL TEAMS (1) Return Specialist Fred Amey

2004

AFCA First Team Charles Roberts Fred Amey Zack Nash

1998 2004 2011

Charles Roberts (top) went on to play in the Canadian Football League where he ranks fifth in career yardage with 10,285 yards. Cyrus Mulitalo (below) is the only Hornet to earn All-America honors in three different seasons during the I-AA/FCS era.

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2012 HORNET FOOTBALL BIG SKY HONORS All-Big Sky Conference

Brett Shelton, S Tony Washington, WR Brent Webber, S

Zack Nash, DE (1st) Nate Doverspike, OT (2nd) Kyle Monson, CB (2nd)

2006

2011

Honorable Mention Todd Davis, OLB Joe Larche, S Morris Norrise, WR

Honorable Mention

2010

Zack Nash, DE (1st) Peter Buck, OLB (2nd) Christian Clark, DT (2nd) Chase Deadder, WR (2nd) Jeff Fleming, QB (2nd) Zach Schrader, S (2nd) John Taylor, OT (2nd) Honorable Mention David Coleman, DE Chris Diniz, K Nate Doverspike, OT Bryan Hilliard, RB Morris Norrise, WR

Christian Clark, DT (2nd) Augie Heath, P (2nd) Matt Lemley, OG (2nd) Brandyn Reed, WR (2nd) Zach Schrader, S (2nd) Honorable Mention

Mike Brannon (1st), OLB Cyrus Mulitalo (1st), ILB Tony Washington (1st), WR Bryan Hilliard (2nd), RV

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

Big Sky Co-Defensive MVP Matt Logue, LB

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

2004

Chris Diniz, K John Feaster, ST Dylan Lane, WR Peter Lenz, OG Kevin Moore, DE

Christian Clark, DT Juan Gamboa, K Deionte Gordon, CB Mike Hickman, OLB Matt Lemley, OG Zack Nash, DE Ray Navar, OT Jason Smith, QB

2005

Honorable Mention

Big Sky Newcomer of the Yr. Zach Schrader, DB

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

Matt Logue, LB (1st) Kris Daniels, KR (2nd) Ryan Mole, RB (2nd) Brett Shelton, S (2nd)

2009

2008

Tyson Butler, OLB (2nd) Dallas Mauga, DE (2nd) Cyrus Mulitalo, ILB (2nd) Brent Webber, S (2nd)

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 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) Honorable Mention Antoine Alderson, DE Scott Brown, K Nick Donati, DT Elton Gabourel, CB Ricky Ray, QB Scott Towne, WR Mike Wooster, FB

1998

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) Honorable Mention Mike Wooster, FB Dustin Smith, DT Nick Echols, DE Elton Gabourel, CB Carlos Williams, S

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

1996

Ryland Wickman, LB (2nd) Honorable Mention Tony Corbin, QB Chad Johnson, LB Carlos Smith, WR Tyrone Taylor, KR

Big Sky All-Academic 2011

2006

Juan Gamboa; Bill Sherman; Geoff Warner

2005

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

2000

Brad Candido; Derek Miller; Dan Phelps; Ricky Ray; Jimmy Sanchez; Bilal Watkins; Tommy Williams

1999

Dan Phelps; Ricky Ray; Jason Rowell; Carlos Williams; Tommy Williams

Ben Cowger; Jake Croxdale; Trent Eskew; Henry Fernandez; Reese Heaslet; Augie Heath; Maika Maumau; Stephen Tezanos-Pinto; Markell Williams

1998

2010

Leukamian Davis; John Heffernan; Dustin Smith; Fred Washington

Peter Buck; Matt Carter; Jake Croxdale; Todd Davis; Reese Heaslet; Augie Heath; Maika Maumau; Brian McKeon; Stephen Tezanos-Pinto; Corey Vanderbeek; Markell Williams

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

Manny Darzins; Dan Phelps; Dustin Smith

1997

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

2007

Tim Bessolo; Peter Buck; Ryan Coogler; Juan Gamboa; Brett Shelton; Geoff Warner

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2012 HORNET 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 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Fred Amey Garrett White Fred Amey Fred Amey Matt Logue Cyrus Mulitalo Cyrus Mulitalo Cyrus Mulitalo Zach Schrader Chase Deadder Zack Nash

Coach Bob Mattos Offensive MVP 1994 1995 1997 1998 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Joe Garofalo Tony Corbin Sheridan Mitchell Charles Roberts Scott Towne Fred Amey Fred Amey Fred Amey Ryan Mole Ryan Mole Marcel Marquez Kyle Leitzke Tony Washington Matt Lemley Jeff Fleming Jeff Fleming

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Jeff Fleming was voted the Bob Mattos Offensive MVP following both of his seasons at Sacramento State. Fleming led the Hornets to an 8-3 record in his first 11 starts.

Coach Ray Clemons Defensive MVP 1994 1995 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

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 Zack Nash Joe Larche

Lloyd Snelson Special Teams MVP 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1994 1995 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

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 Lonie Paxton Lamont Webb Jimmy Sanchez Fred Amey Josh Farrell Mitch Lively Kris Daniels Mitch Lively Calvin Robinson Mike Hickman

2008 2009 2010 2011

Juan Gamboa Jon Loeliger Chris Diniz Markell Williams

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 2008 Kevin Davis 2009 Geoff Warner 2010 Zach Schrader 2011 Markell Williams

Most Improved 1978

1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984

Ken Chism

Chuck Smith Kurt Szyndrowsky Steve Derenzo Steve Armstrong Marvin Shelly Tim Korte Bill Iannaccone Cecil Williams Darren Arbet Kurt Kniffen

1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1994 1995 1996 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

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 David Coleman Dustin Pfaff

John Gesek

Outstanding Offensive Lineman 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1999 2000 2001

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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


2012 HORNET FOOTBALL TEAM HONORS 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1999 2000 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

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 Bryan Hilliard Bryan Hilliard

Outstanding DB/LB

Dustin Nicolodi was the recipient of the John Gesek Outstanding Offensive Lineman award in 2004 and 2005.

2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Sean Dougherty Marko Cavka Marko Cavka Chis Frank Dustin Nicolodi Chris Samuels Dustin Nicolodi Tyrone Davis Kyle Leitzke Matt Lemley John Taylor John Taylor Nate Doverspike

Coach Plumbtree Outstanding Defensive Lineman 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985

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

1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

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 Christian Clark David Coleman

1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987

Dave Smith Rick Lambdin J. Washington Mike Brown Jerry Haflich Guy Pittman Brian Benko Mike Grim Tony Gunn Mark Albert Randy Plumbtree Greg Dockweiler Mark Albert Lorenzo Lynch Joe Hall Robert Holland 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 2010 Evander Wilkins 2011 Kyle Monson

Offensive Scout Team MVP 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001

2002 2004 2005 2006 2008 2009 2010 2011

Kris Daniels Dustin Hagens Torrell Baker Dalen Mason Tanner Harrah Devon English Morris Norisse Tommy Edwards Shane Harrison

Defensive Scout Team MVP 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2004 2005 2006 2008 2009 2010 2011

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 Dexter Alcala Doyin Sule

Garth Smith Harry Brown Leukamian Davis Kevin Harrington Andrew Bonner Kenan Smith Ryan Leadingham Jeremy Siemiller

Outstanding Offensive Back 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985

R.C. Clark Ken Broughton John Farley Dennis Taylor John Farley Mike Sullivan John Farley John Farley Mark Schutz Don Hair

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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.

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2012 HORNET FOOTBALL BIG SKY CONFERENCE A new era in the Big Sky Conference begins in 2012-13 as the league enters its 50th year of athletic competition, and its 25th sponsoring women’s collegiate athletics. The Div. I Big Sky Conference welcomes tNorth Dakota and Southern Utah into the fold as full members. Cal Poly and UC Davis join the league as affiliate members in football, where the league competes at the Championship Subdivision level (formerly I-AA). The additions of North Dakota and Southern Utah give the stable Big Sky 11 full institutions and 13 football members. The current lineup includes four of the six charter members: Idaho State, Montana, Montana State and Weber State. Northern Arizona enters its 43rd season in the Big Sky, giving the conference five members with at least 40 years of continuous membership. Eastern Washington joined the Big Sky in 1987, followed by Portland State and Sacramento State in 1996. The Big Sky became a nine-team league in 2006 with the addition of Northern Colorado. The league has become one of the strongest Division I conferences in the West and is a national leader in the Football Championship Subdivision. Six times, Big Sky teams have won the Division I National Championship, including Eastern Washington in 2010. A Big Sky team has played for the national championship in three of the past four seasons. 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.

The Big Sky now includes nine states spanning from the Pacific Ocean to the Red River Valley of North Dakota. The league is represented along the entire west coast with institutions in Washington, Oregon and California. League schools also range up and down the Rocky Mountains with institutions in Montana, Idaho, Utah, Arizona and Colorado. 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. While on a track and field trip from Pocatello, Idaho, to Missoula, Mont., legendary Dubby Holt of Idaho State saw a “Welcome to Big Sky Country” sign as his team entered Montana. Holt, and his athletes thought “Big Sky” would be a perfect name for the new conference. 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 15 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. This upcoming spring, the Big Sky will sponsor a softball championship for the first time. In 1988-89, the Big Sky Conference first began sponsoring women’s sports. The former Mountain West Conference existed from 1982-88, 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, is in his 18th year at the helm. Fullerton took over the Big Sky on July 1, 1995, replacing longtime commissioner Ron Stephenson, who passed away in 2011. Stephenson served the league for 14 years. Steve Belko was the commissioner from 197781, 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

Conference Staff

Commissioner:............................ Doug Fullerton Associate Commissioner:..................Ron Loghry Asst. Comm./Media Relations:.......... Jon Kasper Asst. Comm./Compliance:...........Jaynee Nadolski Information Director....................Megan Lobdell Marketing Director.......................Tanner Gooch 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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UNIVERSITY QUICK FACTS LEADERSHIP Attending Sacramento State offers a lifechanging opportunity. We will prepare you not only for a career, but to be a leader in your profession and in your community. ACADEMICS Sacramento State offers a vibrant intellectual environment with a multicultural student body of 28,000. We graduate almost 6,000 students each year who take their pick from 58 undergraduate, 41 graduate and two doctoral programs. CAMPUS We’re particularly proud of our beautiful 300-acre campus, with its lush landscaping and 3,000 trees. Miles of trails stretch along the nearby American River Parkway, linking campus and student housing with areas such as Folsom Lake and downtown Sacramento. ACTIVITIES More than half the University’s students join at least one of 289 student organizations, and

SACRAMENTO STATE STUDENTS Enrollment: 28,000

Top: A new bookstore opened on campus in 2007. Below: There is late-night study space in the AIRC.

Men: 42% Women: 58% Undergraduate: 77% Graduate: 22%

SACRAMENTO STATE STUDENT ETHNICITY African American: 7% American Indian: 1% Asian/Pacific: 20% Latino/Latina: 16% Caucasian: 43% International: 2% Other: 11%

more than 5,000 participate in the intramural sports program. There are arts programs, speeches, debates, comedy shows and concerts throughout the year. VALUE Sacramento State remains one of the nation’s best higher education values, with student fees among the lowest in the nation. About one-third of our students receive some form of financial assistance.

SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA Sacramento is one of the state’s most affordable big cities, and offers dozens of stylish restaurants, galleries and boutiques within minutes of campus. The region’s parks, rivers and nearby recreation areas make it popular with outdoor enthusiasts.


CAMPUS

ATHLETICS CENTER


THE WELL Sacramento State opened its state-of-the-art 151,000 square-foot recreation and wellness center, the WELL, prior to the 2010-11 school year and it has already become a hub for students. The facility, which is open year-round, features four basketball courts, a track, a climbing wall, a multi-purpose sport court for indoor soccer and volleyball, racquetball courts, expansive weight-training and cardio areas and full locker rooms. There are also exercise studios where trainers lead classes in everything from yoga and zumba to cycling boot camps and cardio kickboxing. Personal trainers are also available. In addition, The WELL is the home base for Sacramento State’s intramurals program, student health center and the Peak Adventures organization. Peak Adventures is an outdoor program that provides recreational and educational opportunities through guided outdoor trips and ropes course programs plus clinics and classes on many outdoor subjects. Peak Adventures also boasts a full-service bike shop and equipment rentals to prepare students for any journey.

Top: The exterior of the WELL lit up at night.

The WELL sponsors great events for students

Above: Huge climbing walls are near the entrance.

throughout the year. Check out photos from

Below: The WELL’s four basketball courts.

some of them HERE.


RESIDENCE HALLS Sacramento State utilizes six residence hall complexes to house students. American River Courtyard, the newest - completed in 2009, houses upperclassmen in apartment style dorms while Sutter Hall, Sierra Hall, Draper Hall, Jenkins Hall and Desmond Hall feature traditional style dorms for freshmen. All of the residence halls are located on the north edge of campus along the American River, with three buildings on each side of the dining commons. Living on campus can have a significant impact on academic success and personal growth. The Residence Halls are not only comfortable and convenient, but they also offer VIEW A VIRTUAL TOUR HERE ample opportunities to make new and lasting friendships and to be involved with floor, hall, and campus-wide activities. Residence halls are staffed by live-in professionals and trained student Resident Advisors. Staff help organize a variety of programs and social activities, and serve as a source of campus information.

Top: Sacramento State opened up the American River Courtyard dorms in 2009. Above: A large dining hall is in the middle of the residence hall complex. Below: Bunk beds are common in the freshmen dorms.


MAJORS, MINORS & CERTIFICATES AFRICAN STUDIES: Minor, Certificate ANTHROPOLOGY: BA, Minor ART: BA, Minor ASIAN STUDIES: BA, Minor ASTRONOMY: Minor BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES: BA, BS, Honors, Minor, Certificate BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION: BS, Business Honors, Minor, Certificate CALIFORNIA STUDIES: Minor CAREER & TECHNICAL STUDIES: BS CHEMISTRY: BA, BS, Minor CHICANA/O LATINA/O STUDIES: Minor CHILD DEVELOPMENT: BA, Minor CHINESE: Minor COMMUNICATION STUDIES: BA, Minor COMPUTER SCIENCE: BS, Minor, Certificate CRIMINAL JUSTICE: BS, Minor ECONOMICS: BA, Minor, Certificate EDUCATION: Minor EDUCATION - BILINGUAL: Minor EDUCATION - SPECIAL EDUCATION, REHABILITATION, SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY, & DEAF STUDIES: BA, Minor, Certificate EDUCATION — TEACHER EDUCATION: Minor ENGINEERING: Minor ENGINEERING — CIVIL: BS, Certificate ENGINEERING — COMPUTER: BS ENGINEERING — CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT: BS-Minor in Business Administration

ENGINEERING — ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC: BS ENGINEERING — MECHANICAL: BS ENGLISH: BA, Minor, Certificate ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES: BA, Minor ETHNIC STUDIES: BA, Minor, Certificate FAMILY & CONSUMER SCIENCES: BA, Minor FAMILY LIFE EDUCATION: Certificate FILM: BA, Minor (Film Studies)

Top: The North entrance to campus. Above: There are many outdoor study spaces.

FRENCH: BA, Minor GEOGRAPHY: BA, Minor, Certificate GEOLOGY: BA, BS, Minor GERMAN: Minor GERONTOLOGY: BS, Minor GOVERNMENT: BA, Minor GRAPHIC DESIGN: BS HEALTH SCIENCE: BS, Minor HELLENIC STUDIES: Minor HISTORY: BA, Minor HUMANITIES & RELIGIOUS STUDIES: BA

INTERIOR DESIGN: BA ITALIAN: Minor JAPANESE: Minor JOURNALISM: BA, Minor KINESIOLOGY: BS, Minor, Credential, Certificate LABOR STUDIES: Minor LATIN: Minor LIBERAL STUDIES: BA MATHEMATICS: BA, Minor, Credential MIDDLE EAST/ISLAMIC STUDIES: Minor MILITARY STUDIES: Minor MUSIC: BA, BM, Minor NURSING: BS PEACE & CONFLICT RESOLUTION: Minor PHILOSOPHY: BA, Honors Program, Minor PHOTOGRAPHY: BA PHYSICAL SCIENCE: BA PHYSICS: BA, BS, Minor, Certificate PORTUGUESE: Minor PSYCHOLOGY: BA, Minor, Certificate RECREATION, PARKS, & TOURISM ADMINISTRATION: BS, Minor RUSSIAN: Minor SOCIAL SCIENCE: BA SOCIAL WORK: BA, Minor SOCIOLOGY: BA, Minor SPANISH: BA, Minor SPECIAL MAJOR: BA, BS, Minor SPEECH PATHOLOGY & AUDIOLOGY: BS THEATER & DANCE: BA, Minor WOMEN’S STUDIES: BS, Minor


SACRAMENTO STATE ATHLETICS


FACILITIES SACRAMENTO STATE FACILITIES Hornet Stadium: Football, Track and Field John Smith Field: Baseball Shea Stadium: Softball Hornet Field: Men’s and Women’s Soccer The Nest: Volleyball, Gymnastics and Basketball Sacramento State Aquatic Center: Rowing Rio Del Oro RC: Men’s and Women’s Tennis Spare Time Indoor TC: Men’s and Women’s Tennis Empire Golf, Valley Hi CC, Del Paso CC, Morgan Creek CC, Winchester CC and Sierra View CC : Golf Broad Fieldhouse: Weight Room, Training Room

Top: Hornet Stadium had state-of-the-art Field Turf installed prior to the 2010 season. Above: Shea Stadium, home of the softball team, is the finest facility in the conference. Below: The Sacramento State volleyball team, along with men’s and women’s basketball, plays at The Nest. Left: The Nest is also home for gymnastics meets.


THE BROAD FIELDHOUSE The newest athletics facility on the Sacramento State campus, the Eli and Edythe Broad Fieldhouse, was completed in 2008.

The facility, located on the south end of Hornet Stadium, provides large meeting rooms that can be divided for small groups.

The facility features locker rooms and coaches offices for the Sacramento State football and track & field programs as well as a new weight room. The Broad also houses an equipment room and training room.

The strength and conditioning staff is housed in the Broad with all teams executing customized workout programs in the 6,000 square-foot weight room.

Top: The main entrance of the Broad Fieldhouse on the south end of Hornet Stadium. Above: One of many stations in the Broad Fieldhouse weight room. Left: All Sacramento State teams receive specialized weight training in the Broad Fieldhouse.


ATHLETICS CENTER The new Athletics Center was renovated in 2011 with coaches and staff moving in over winter break. The building features two floors, with coaches offices, a kitchen and deck on the top floor plus staff offices and a large lobby on the bottom level. The building is located next to Yosemite Hall, which houses the gym, locker rooms and a training room. The Athletics Center features many study areas for student-athletes and the fastest wireless internet on campus. It is a great place for Hornets to relax between classes. Top: The main entrance to the Athletics Center features the Hornet logo proudly displayed above. Above: The lobby has study areas and a donor wall featuring names of endowed scholarships. Below: Ticket windows are located in the lobby of the new athletics center. Left: Women’s basketball head coach Jamie Craighead’s office on the second floor.


ATHLETICS EXCELLENCE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS (LAST 4 YEARS) 2011-12 BASEBALL - Western Athletic Conference WOMEN’S TENNIS - Big Sky Conference MEN’S TENNIS - Big Sky Conference MEN’S GOLF - America Sky Conference WOMEN’S OUTDOOR TRACK - Big Sky Conference 2010-11 MEN’S SOCCER - Mountain Pacific Sports Federation WOMEN’S SOCCER - Big Sky Conference MEN’S INDOOR TRACK - Big Sky Conference WOMEN’S INDOOR TRACK - Big Sky Conference MEN’S TENNIS - Big Sky Conference WOMEN’S TENNIS - Big Sky Conference MEN’S OUTDOOR TRACK - Big Sky Conference WOMEN’S OUTDOOR TRACK - Big Sky Conference 2009-10 MEN’S SOCCER - Mountain Pacific Sports Federation WOMEN’S INDOOR TRACK - Big Sky Conference MEN’S TENNIS - Big Sky Conference WOMEN’S TENNIS - Big Sky Conference WOMEN’S OUTDOOR TRACK - Big Sky Conference 2008-09 MEN’S GOLF - America Sky Conference ROWING - Western Intercollegiate Rowing Association MEN’S TENNIS - Big Sky Conference WOMEN’S TENNIS - Big Sky Conference WOMEN’S OUTDOOR TRACK - Big Sky Conference

Top: Western Athletic Conference MVP Andrew Ayers led baseball to its first regular season title. Above: Women’s outdoor track and field won a Big Sky record fifth straight championship in 2012. Below: The women’s tennis team has won an incredible 92 consecutive Big Sky matches over 11 years.


ADMINISTRATION UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT Dr. Alexander Gonzalez

ATHLETICS DIRECTOR Dr. Terry Wanless

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.

Dr. Terry Wanless¹ 10-year tenure as Sacramento State¹s Director of Athletics has seen growth unparalleled in the school¹s 21year Division I history.

As the first person in his family to graduate from college, Dr. Gonzalez has devoted his career to ensuring greater opportunities for students. 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. He graduated with honors and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He later earned a master’s degree 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 the university’s provost and vice president for academic affairs. 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. Click here to read more about President Gonzalez.

His vision of broad success in the department has come to fruition over the last six years, when the Hornets have won at least five conference championships each year, combining for 39 during that six-year time frame. That includes an unprecedented eight conference titles during the 2006-07, 2007-08 and 2010-11 academic years. In addition, the program won the Big Sky Conference¹s all-sports points championship in 2010-11, and has claimed four Big Sky Women¹s AllSports Trophies in the last five years. Academically, all 20 of Sacramento State¹s programs exceeded the NCAA¹s Academic Progress Rate (APR) requirements in 2010-11, including four teams that finished among the top 10 percent nationally in their sport. Football, men¹s and women¹s cross country, women¹s indoor track and field, and women¹s outdoor track and field produced the highest APR score among the Big Sky Conference then nine institutions.

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STUDENT-ATHLETE RESOURCE CENTER The Student-Athlete Resource Center was created in March 2006 in an effort to combine three very important Student Affairs’ programs that provide valuable services to Hornet student-athletes, coaches, and staff. The programs of Athletic Academic Services, Life Skills and Student-Athlete Development, and NCAA Compliance and Financial Services combine to provide student-athletes with the support to develop as independent and successful

Life Skills Mark McGushin 916-278-5297

young adults and the skills to achieve their academic goals, to persist towards graduation, and to meet all NCAA eligibility requirements. The SARC staff helps student-athletes navigate through many of the campus’ academic procedures and policies, understand NCAA rules compliance and eligibility requirements, and provide services that place student welfare and the development of the whole student as a top priority.

Compliance Katherine Zedonis 916-278-4537

Compliance Kylee Keroher 916-278-2644

Director Paul Edwards 916-278-7796

Academic Services Laurie Dahlberg 916-278-5440

Football Advisor Bob Shook 916-278-2306

Admissions Shannon Hall 916-278-6309


SPORTS MEDICINE The Sports Medicine Team at Sacramento State provides quality health care to all student-athletes. This is done through the following domains: risk management and injury prevention, pathology of injuries and illnesses, assessment and evaluation, acute care of injury and illness, pharmacology, therapeutic modalities, therapeutic exercise, nutritional aspects of injury and illness and psychosocial intervention and referral. We intend to fulfill our purpose by: • Creating a comfortable and caring environment within the athletic training facility.

Director of Training Brandon Padilla (ATC)

Athletic Trainer Heather Farwig (ATC)

• Assuring that our emergency procedures are safe, efficient, and expedient. • Providing care for student-athletes regardless of ability, race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin or sport. • Assuring that each physician, staff member and student athletic trainer maintains a pleasant, caring, and professional attitude consistent with the National Athletic Trainers Association Code of Professional Practice. • Maintaining and operating our athletic training facility in an organized and efficient manner.

Athletic Trainer Joe Ramos (ATC)

Graduate Assistant Tammy Gough (ATC)

• Assuring that each athlete is carefully counseled regarding their injury or illness and options are explained when appropriate. • Philosophically providing all athletes with the opportunity to see a physician if he or she makes this request to a certified staff member. • Insuring that student athletic trainers are properly trained and knowledgeable regarding basic care and treatment of injuries. • Insuring that each athlete has the best possible opportunity to participate in intercollegiate athletics in a physically healthy environment.

Graduate Assistant Erin Snyder (ATC)

Graduate Assistant Dave Redman (ATC)


STRENGTH & CONDITIONING The strength and conditioning program has the following goals for our student-athletes: • To be the best physically prepared team each game. • To be the best mentally prepared team each game. • To ready for each contest by matching workout tempo to pace of a game. • To emphasize ground based exercises: applying maximum amount of force through the ground as fast as possible to move quicker, run faster, jump higher, get stronger and 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. The three principles used by the strength and conditioning staff:

Director Jared Nessland

Assistant Erin Wick

Assistant Tom DiStasio

Assistant Kyle Aber

• HOW TO - Proper technique. • HOW FAST - Speed after great technique. • HOW MUCH - Load, frequency, time, weight, reps, distance and work-rest ratio. The Sacramento State strength and conditioning staff utilizes both the Broad Fieldhouse weight room plus the Hornet Stadium turf and track to conduct workouts. The Broad features 10 Olympic platforms, a large dumbbell area, and numerous machine weights to help strengthen studentathletes and is large enough for 50 student-athletes to work in a circuit. The facility also has equipment used for rehabilitation purposes. Becoming a champion and winning championships is a 52-week commitment. There is no offseason. We always strive to get better.


HEAD COACHES

Reggie Christiansen Baseball Third Season

Mike Connors Women’s Rowing 11th Season

Jamie Craighead Women’s Basketball Fourth Season

Randy Dedini Women’s Soccer Sixth Season

Dima Hrynashka Women’s Tennis Seventh Season

Kim Hughes Gymnastics 31st Season

Brian Katz Men’s Basketball Fifth Season

Slava Konikov Men’s Tennis Eighth Season

Mike Linenberger Men’s Soccer 24th Season

Kathleen Raske CC/T&F 10th Season

Marshall Sperbeck Football Sixth Season

Kathy Strahan Softball 21st Season

David Sutherland Golf Sixth Season

Ruben Volta Volleyball Fifth Season

SUPPORT STAFF Nat Bailey Equipment Manager

Martinique Baker Administrative Assistant

Brian Berger Media Relations Director

Bobby Biggs Director of Cheerleading

Ryan Bjork Assistant Media Relations Director

Cheryl Boyes Community Relations Director

Veronica Espindola Athletic Equipment Attendant

Angeliza Fontillas Marketing Green Army

Kylie Hurn Business Assistant

Steve Iwasa Equipment Manager

Bill Macriss Deputy Athletics Director

Carter Mattice Athletic Equipment Attendant

Lois Mattice Senior Woman Administrator

Missy Matzen Development Assistant Director

Scott Moak Public Address Announcer

Dr. Steve Perez Faculty Athletics Representative

Adam Primas Marketing Director

Tracy Ralls Public Address Announcer

Jolie Roberts Dance Team Director

Will Schilling Public Address Announcer

Michael Selling Nelligan Sports Properties

T-Anté Sims Director of Ticket Operations

John Smith Special Assistant to the Athletic Director

Bob Solorio Staff Photographer

Chris Soriano Marketing Graphic Designer

Steve Tebbs Facilities and Operations Director

Gigi Timpson Business Assistant

Joe Waltasti Assistant Media Relations Director

Rose Welch Business Manager

Becca Whitman Nelligan Sports Properties


GET TO KNOW SACRAMENTO

The famous Tower Bridge connects the Capitol to West Sacramento and Raley Field.


THE CAPITOL BUILDING The California State Capitol is home to the government of California. The building houses the bicameral state legislature and the office of the governor. The Neoclassical structure was completed between 1861 and 1874 at the west end of Capitol Park, which is framed by L Street to the north, N Street to the south, 10th Street to the west, and 15th Street to the east. The Capitol and grounds were listed on the office of the National Register of Historic Places in 1973, and listed as a California Historical Landmark during 1974, with a re-dedication on January 9, 1982 to commemorate the close of the bicentennial restoration project.

HISTORIC CALIFORNIA CAPITAL LOCATIONS 1. Monterey September 9, 1849 - October 13, 1849 2. Pueblo de San Jose December 15, 1849 - May 1, 1851 3. Vallejo January 5, 1852 - January 12, 1852 4. Sacramento January 16, 1852 - November 2, 1853 5. Vallejo January 3, 1853 - February 4, 1853 6. Benicia Top: The Capitol building is the heart of downtown. Above: A stained glass state seal at the Capitol.

February 11, 1853 - February 25, 1854 7. Sacramento February 28, 1854 - present day

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The California Senate chamber seats its 40 members in a large chamber room decorated in red, which is a reference to the British House of Lords, also the upper house of a bicameral legislature. The Latin phrase “Senatoris est civitatis libertatem tueri” [“It is the duty of a Senator to protect the liberty of the people”] lines a wall in the chamber.

The California Assembly chamber is located at the opposite end of the building. Its green tones are based on those of the British House of Commons, the lower house. The dais rests along a wall shaped like an “E”, with the central projection housing the rostrum. Along the cornice appears a quotation from Abraham

Lincoln in Latin: legislatorum est justas leges condere (“It is the duty of legislators to pass just laws”). Public tours are conducted daily, on the hour, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. For tour information, call (916) 324-0333.


MIDTOWN Going to school and living in an urban area has its advantages. Midtown is a perfect example of that.

Top: Sacramento’s midtown neighborhood features many restaurants and shops. Left: There are a myriad of old Victorian homes that have been renovated into apartments in midtown.

The neighborhood, bordered by R Street on the South, J Street on the North, 16th Street on the West and 30th Street on the East, is home to many Hornets.

Below: Tree-lined streets and wide sidewalks make midtown an inviting place to live.

A large number of Sacramento State students live in Midtown due to the area’s fun and vibrant atmosphere and the numerous public transportation options available. Students can take both bus and light rail to get to campus. It is a largely residential community with treelined streets and old Victorians. It is also the center of Sacramento’s art, music, and cultural scene. Boutiques, bars, clubs plus upscale and casual dining abound and Midtown has the only winery located in the greater urban area.

Midtown hosts the famous “Second Saturday” street fair on the second Saturday of each month, which attracts thousands of visitors. Midtown is known for being pedestrianfriendly and bike-friendly with continuous marked bike-lanes throughout the neighborhood and a bike path connecting to the American River Parkway which extends to campus and beyond to Folsom.


OLD SACRAMENTO In 1853, a mammoth project was proposed to raise the city above the flood level. The ambitious and expensive proposal was not fully accepted until another devastating flood swept through the city in 1862. Within a few years, thousands of cubic yards of earth were brought in on wagons and the daring scheme to raise the street level began. The original street level can be seen throughout Old Sacramento under the boardwalks and in basements.

In 1839, John Sutter arrived on the shore of the American River near its confluence with the Sacramento River. With the promise of a Mexican land grant, Sutter and his landing party established Sutter's Fort. As the settlement grew and became permanent, it attracted other businessmen looking for opportunities. Sutter and the people he attracted created a commercial center in the area, but it was the Gold Rush in 1848 that created the City of Sacramento. When gold was discovered in the nearby foothills by James Marshall, local merchant Sam Brannan rushed to open a store near the Sacramento River to take advantage of the convenient waterfront location. What was then called Sutter’s Embarcadero was soon known as the City of Sacramento and now Old Sacramento. The city rapidly grew into a trading center for miners outfitting themselves for the gold fields. Early Sacramento’s waterfront location was

Top: The Old Sacramento area of downtown Above: Sutter’s Fort is now a downtown park

prime for commercial success, but was prone to severe flooding. The city also fell victim to repeated fires engulfing its hastily constructed buildings composed mainly of wood and canvas. In 1850 the new city experienced its first devastating flood, and in 1852, the city was again wiped out by high water. It was apparent that drastic measures would have to be taken if it was to be saved.

In the mid-1960’s, a plan was set forth to redevelop the area and through it, the first historic district in the West was created. Today, with 53 historic buildings, Old Sacramento has more buildings of historic value condensed into its 28 acres than most areas of similar size in the west. Today, “Old Sac” has flourished and is once again a thriving commercial center. Many restaurants, shops, clubs and a comedy club line the wooden sidewalks of a popular hangout for Sacramento locals and tourists alike.


PROFESSIONAL SPORTS Sacramento is home to a wide variety of professional sports - from basketball to baseball and football to soccer. The highlight of that group is the Sacramento Kings. The local NBA franchise features players such as Tyreke Evans, DeMarcus Cousins, Thomas Robinson and Jimmer Fredette. The Kings play in Natomas, a neighborhood north of downtown Sacramento. The Sacramento River Cats - the AAA affiliate of the Oakland Athletics - play home games from April through early September at Raley Field in West Sacramento. The local professional sports scene also features the United Football League’s Sacramento Mountain Lions, who play their home games at Raley Field, and the Sacramento Gold FC soccer club. The Folsom Rodeo is a popular event each summer, as well as the Tour of California bike race and many local golf tournaments.

Top: The Sacramento Kings play at Power Balance Pavilion, just 15 minutes from campus. Above: The Sacramento River Cats - the Triple-A affiliate of the Oakland Athletics - play games at Raley Field.


SACRAMENTO INTERNATIONAL Unlike many universities around the country, Sacramento State is just 15 minutes away from an international airport. Student-athletes benefit with easy travel schedules to road games. Sacramento International Airport (SMF), Northern California’s gateway to the world, is served by 12 airlines offering nonstop direct flights to cities throughout North America and beyond. On October 6, 2011, SMF opened Central Terminal B, a new, state-of-the art terminal and concourse featuring an exciting mix of local and national retail and restaurant brands. Aeromexico, Alaska, American, Frontier, Hawaiian, Horizon, Jet Blue and Southwest will serve passengers from Central Terminal B. Continental, Delta, United and US Airways will serve passengers from Terminal A. Please see www.smf.aero for more information about the airport or follow them on Twitter and Facebook (SacIntlAirport).

Top: The Sacramento International Airport is just a 15 minute drive from campus. Above: A new state-of-the-art terminal opened last year.


PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION The Sacramento Regional Transit District operates 64 bus routes and 37.5 miles of light rail 365 days a year using 76 light rail vehicles, 182 buses and 11 shuttle vans. Buses operate daily from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. every 15 to 75 minutes, depending on the route. Light rail trains begin operation at 4 a.m. Blue Line and Gold Line trains operate until 10:30 p.m. The Gold Line’s University/65th station is just two blocks away from the Sacramento State campus. Students receive a free ride pass. The Hornet Express Shuttle bus also runs from the 65th street station and other locations near campus. During the school year, the Hornet Night Shuttle provides free taxi service backand-forth from campus. An Amtrak rail line also runs into downtown Sacramento, with the station serving the California Zephyr Line, the Coast Starlight Line, the San Joaquin Line, and the Capitol Corridor Line.

Top: One of the trains in the Sacramento Regional Transit Light Rail System. Above: The Sacramento State campus is just two blocks from the University/65th Street station.


NORTHERN CALIFORNIA Sacramento is centrally located to all the best Northern California has to offer.

Above: One of the many waterfalls located in

A 90-minute drive west is the San Francisco Bay Area, a beautiful, bustling metropolitan area of 7.4 million people. Also tless than wo hours away, to the east of campus, is pristine Lake Tahoe (below), which offers world class skiing and snowboarding in the winter plus watersports and beaches in the summer. A three hour drive south of Sacramento is the famous Yosemite National Park, home of three

Yosemite National Park. Left: The Golden Gate bridge and the San Francisco Bay Area is less than a two-hour drive from campus. Below: Recreation opportunities abound during all four seasons at Lake Tahoe.

2012 Sacramento State Football Guide  

The 2012 Sacramento State football media guide.