2013 MEN’S SOCCER MEDIA GUIDE 2013 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Score Aug. 24 STANFORD (EXH) 5:30 PM Aug. 27 SONOMA STATE (EXH) 5 PM Aug. 30 at San Jose State 7 PM Sept. 6 CSU BAKERSFIELD # 5 PM Sept. 8 SEATTLE # 1 PM Sept. 12 SAN FRANCISCO 4 PM Sept. 14 at Saint Mary’s 4 PM Sept. 20 at Loyola Marymount 4 PM Sept. 22 at San Diego 3 PM Sept. 28 at UNLV 7 PM Oct. 4 CSU NORTHRIDGE * 4 PM Oct. 6 UC IRVINE * 1 PM Oct. 11 at UC Riverside * 7 PM Oct. 13 at Cal State Fullerton * 3 PM Oct. 19 CAL POLY * 4 PM Oct. 22 at UC Santa Barbara * 7 PM Oct. 26 at UC Davis * 3 PM Nov. 2 at Cal Poly * 7 PM Nov. 6 UC SANTA BARBARA * 2 PM Nov. 9 UC DAVIS * 2 PM Nov. 12 Big West First Round TBA Nov. 15 Big West Semifinals TBA Nov. 17 Big West Championship TBA HOME MATCHES played at Hornet Soccer Field # Doubleheader with Hornet Women’s Soccer * Big West Conference match
2012 RESULTS (8-8-2, 5-4-1) Date Opponent Result Aug. 24 at Oregon State L, 4-0 Aug. 31 SAN DIEGO W(OT), 2-1 Sept. 2 SAINT MARY’S T, 0-0 Sept. 5 SEATTLE U W, 2-0 Sept. 9 at San Francisco L, 2-1 Sept. 14 at CSU Bakersfield L, 4-0 Sept. 16 SAN JOSE STATE L, 2-1 Sept. 23 UNLV W(OT), 3-2 Sept. 28 at UC Irvine * W, 2-1 Sept. 30 at CSU Northridge * W(2OT), 1-0 Oct. 5 CSU FULLERTON * W, 2-1 Oct. 7 UC RIVERSIDE * W, 1-0 Oct. 12 CAL POLY * T, 1-1 Oct. 16 at UC Santa Barbara L, 2-0 Oct. 20 UC DAVIS * L, 3-1 Oct. 27 at Cal Poly * W, 3-2 Oct. 31 UC SANTA BARBARA * L, 2-1 Nov. 3 at UC Davis * L, 2-1 * Big West Conference Match
Assistant Media Relations Director/Men’s Soccer Contact: Andrew Tomsky • Phone: 916-278-6896 • E-Mail: email@example.com
Location Sacramento, Calif. Founded 1947 Enrollment 29,000 Nickname Hornets Colors Green & Gold Home Facility Hornet Field Capacity 1,500 Affiliation NCAA Division I Conference Big West Years in Conference 2nd Season President Dr. Alexander Gonzalez Years at Sacramento State 11th Year Athletics Director Dr. Terry Wanless Years at Sacramento State 12th Year Faculty Athletic Representative Dr. Steve Perez Athletics Department Phone (916) 278-6481 Ticket Office Phone (916) 278-2222 Press Row Phone (916) 278-7531
2012 Overall Record 8-8-2 2012 Big West Record 5-4-1 (3rd-North) 2012 Postseason None Starters (Min. 10 Starts) Returning/Lost 3/8 Letterwinners Returning/Lost 9/11 Returning Redshirts 2 Newcomers 14 Goals (22) Returning/Lost 11/11 (50%/50%) Assists (18) Returning/Lost 10/8 (56%/44%) Shots (205) Returning/Lost 90/115 (42%/58%) Saves (102) Returning/Lost 1/101 (1%/99%) Big West Championships (2nd Season) None MPSF Championships (20 Seasons) 3 (2001, ‘09, ‘10) NCAA Div. I Tournament Appearances 2 (2009, ‘10) Year Joined Division I 1991
MEN’S SOCCER STAFF Head Coach Michael Linenberger Alma Mater (Yr.) Duke, 1987 Years at Sacramento State 25th Season Record at Sacramento State 165-237-47 Overall Record Same Assistant Coach Matt McDougall Alma Mater (Yr.) Sacramento State, 2006 Years at Sacramento State Eighth Season Phone (916) 278-2011 Assistant Coach Matthew Tellez Soccer Office Phone (916) 278-6769
MEDIA INFORMATION Assistant Director (MSOC Contact) Andrew Tomsky Office Phone (916) 278-6896 Cell Phone (619) 606-6166 Office Fax (916) 278-5429 E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Media Relations Director Brian Berger E-mail email@example.com Assistant Director Ryan Bjork E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Mailing Address Athletics Center Sacramento State 6000 J Street Sacramento, CA 95819-6099
2012 STARTERS RETURNING (3) No. Player 5 Almog Strikowski 7 Gabe Silveira 15 Isaac Ikyurav
Cl. Pos. G Sr. MF 0 Sr. MF 5 Sr. F 5
A Min 1 943 3 1452 4 1162
2012 STARTERS LOST (8) No. Player 00 Bryan Oliver No. Player 3 Matt Linenberger 4 Oscar Torrico 9 Max Alvarez 10 Chris Sandoval 12 Casey Bernard 14 Nate Nugen 19 Alex Lopez
Cl. Pos. GAA Saves W-L-T Sr. GK 1.42 101 8-7-2 Cl. Pos. G A Min Sr. D 1 0 1367 Sr. D 0 0 1671 Sr. F 4 2 1405 Sr. MF 4 2 861 Sr. D 0 0 1183 Fr. F 1 0 1398 Sr. MF 0 4 1450
2012 OTHER LETTERWINNERS RETURNING (6) No. Player 1 Cesar Castillo No. Player 13 Andres Garcia 6 Cesar Mendza 22 Adam Rodriguez 17 Nate Barr 18 Chimdum Mez
Cl. Pos. GAA Saves W-L-T Sr. GK 4.00 1 0-1-0 Cl. Pos. G A Min Jr. MF 0 0 445 So. MF 0 1 258 So. D 0 1 531 Sr. D 0 0 457 Jr. F 1 0 775
ROSTER BREAKDOWN BY POSITION Forwards (5) Isaac Ikyurav, Brad Kellogg, Adan Martinez, Chimdum Mez, Brain Von Lackum Midfielders (7) Andres Garcia, Trevor Jackson, Edwin Luna, Cesar Mendoza, Ivan Ramirez, Gabe Silveira Almog Strikowski Defenders (10) Nate Barr, Preston Davis, Mathew Fisher, Andrew Gosselin, Alex Gulseth, Cody Hoster, Tino Konstin, Mason McCann, Javier Munoz, Adam Rodriguez Goalkeepers (3) Cesar Castillo, James Del Curto Teddy Sampson
BY CLASS Seniors (5) Nate Barr, Cesar Castillo, Isaac Ikyurav, Gabe Silveira, Almog Strikowski Juniors (5) Cody Hoster, Andres Garcia, Adan Martinez, Mason McCann, Chimdum Mez Sophomores (5) Brad Kellogg, Tino Konstin, Edwin Luna, Cesar Mendoza, Adam Rodriguez Freshmen (10) James Del Curto, Preston Davis, Mathew Fisher, Andrew Gosselin, Alex Gulseth, Trevor Jackson, Javier Munoz, Ivan Ramirez, Teddy Sampson, Brian Von Lackum
BY STATE Arizona (1) California (22) Nigeria (1) Oregon (1)
PRONUNCIATIONS Cesar Castillo – SAY-sar Isaac Ikyurav – Ick-UR-ov Cesar Mendoza – SAY-sar Almog Strikowski – All-mog
No. 00 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23
Name Teddy Sampson James Del Curto Cesar Castillo Cody Hoster Mason McCann Tino Konstin Almog Strikowski Cesar Mendoza Trevor Jackson Ivan Ramirez Gabe Silveira Edwin Luna Preston Davis Andrew Gosselin Andres Garcia Alex Gulseth Isaac Ikyurav Brian Von Lackum Nate Barr Chimdum Mez Javier Muñoz Adan Martinez Brad Kellogg Adam Rodriguez Mathew Fisher
Pos. GK GK GK D D D MF MF MF MF MF MF D D MF D F F D F D F F D D
Cl. RFr. Fr. Sr. Jr. RJr. So. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. So. Fr.
Ht. 6-1 6-1 6-2 6-2 6-0 5-10 5-9 5-9 6-1 5-10 5-9 5-8 5-9 6-1 5-7 5-9 5-5 5-10 5-8 6-5 5-10 5-10 5-10 5-10 5-10
Wt. 195 180 185 175 175 150 165 155 170 160 160 145 150 170 135 160 140 170 160 200 170 160 155 155 155
Exp. Hometown/Previous School RS Manhattan Beach, Calif. / Mira Costa HS HS Santa Rosa, Calif. / Cardinal Newman HS 3V San Rafael, Calif. / Terra Linda HS TR Dublin, Calif. / Las Positas College RS Sacramento, Calif. / American River College TR Portland, Ore. / City College of SF 3V Agoura Hills, Calif. / Agoura HS 1V San Jose, Calif. / Lincoln HS HS Tucson, Ariz. / Bella Vista (CA) HS HS San Jose, Calif. / Santa Teresa HS 3V Corte Madera, Calif. / Redwood HS HS San Jose, Calif. / Lincoln HS HS Gold River, Calif. / Bella Vista HS HS Sacramento, Calif. / Jesuit HS 1V Sacramento, Calif. / Jesuit HS HS Elk Grove, Calif. / Franklin HS 2V Benue, Nigeria / American University HS Larkspur, Calif. / Redwood HS 1V Sacramento, Calif. / Azusa Pacific 2V Sacramento, Calif. / Franklin HS HS Galt, Calif. / Galt HS TR San Pablo, Calif. / City College of SF TR Upland, Calif. / Chaffey College 1V Granite Bay, Calif. / Granite Bay HS HS Granite Bay, Calif. / Granite Bay HS
Head Coach: Michael Linenberger, 25th Season (Duke, 1987) Assistant Coach: Matt McDougall, Eighth Season (Sacramento State, 2006) Assistant Coach: Matthew Tellez, Second Season (Sacramento State, 2011)
ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. 17 1 11 0 23 13 12 14 2 15 7 21 4 10 20 3 6 18 19 8 22 00 9 5 16
Name Nate Barr Cesar Castillo Preston Davis James Del Curto Mathew Fisher Andres Garcia Andrew Gosselin Alex Gulseth Cody Hoster Isaac Ikyurav Trevor Jackson Brad Kellogg Tino Konstin Edwin Luna Adan Martinez Mason McCann Cesar Mendoza Chimdum Mez Javier Muñoz Ivan Ramirez Adam Rodriguez Teddy Sampson Gabe Silveira Almog Strikowski Brian Von Lackum
Pos. D GK D GK D MF D D D F MF F D MF F D MF F D MF D GK MF MF F
Cl. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. So. So. So. Jr. RJr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. RFr. Sr. Sr. Fr.
Ht. 5-8 6-2 5-9 6-1 5-10 5-7 6-1 5-9 6-2 5-5 6-1 5-10 5-10 5-8 5-10 6-0 5-9 6-5 5-10 5-10 5-10 6-1 5-9 5-9 5-10
Wt. 160 185 150 180 155 135 170 160 175 140 170 155 150 145 160 175 155 200 170 160 155 195 160 165 170
Exp. Hometown/Previous School 1V Sacramento, Calif. / Azusa Pacific 3V San Rafael, Calif. / Terra Linda HS HS Gold River, Calif. / Bella Vista HS HS Santa Rosa, Calif. / Cardinal Newman HS HS Granite Bay, Calif. / Granite Bay HS 1V Sacramento, Calif. / Jesuit HS HS Sacramento, Calif. / Jesuit HS HS Elk Grove, Calif. / Franklin HS TR Dublin, Calif. / Las Positas College 3V Benue, Nigeria / American University HS Tucson, Ariz. / Bella Vista (CA) HS TR Upland, Calif. / Chaffey College TR Portland, Ore. / City College of SF HS San Jose, Calif. / Lincoln HS TR San Pablo, Calif. / City College of SF RS Sacramento, Calif. / American River JC 1V San Jose, Calif. / Lincoln HS 2V Sacramento, Calif. / Franklin HS HS Galt, Calif. / Galt HS HS San Jose, Calif. / Santa Teresa HS 1V Granite Bay, Calif. / Granite Bay HS RS Manhattan Beach, Calif. / Mira Costa HS 3V Corte Madera, Calif. / Redwood HS 3V Agoura Hills, Calif. / Agoura HS HS Larkspur, Calif. / Redwood HS
2012 STATISTICS 2012 Sacramento State Men's Soccer Sacramento State Combined Team Statistics (Final Season Stats) All games RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE
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Date Aug 24 Aug 31 Sep 02 Sep 05 Sep 09 Sep 14 Sep 16 Sep 23 Sep 28 Sep 30 Oct 05 Oct 07 Oct 12 Oct 16 Oct 20 Oct 27 Oct 31 Nov 03
Opponent at Oregon State SAN DIEGO #18 SAINT MARY'S SEATTLE U at San Francisco at #22 CSU Bakersfield SAN JOSE STATE UNLV at UC Irvine at Cal State Northridge CSU FULLERTON UC RIVERSIDE CAL POLY at #16 UC Santa Barbara UC DAVIS at Cal Poly UC SANTA BARBARA at UC Davis
TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Shots/Game CORNER KICKS Goals off corners PENALTY KICKS OFFSIDES PENALTIES Yellow cards Red cards ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg
OVERALL 8-8-2 5-4-1 3-4-1
L Wot To2 W L L L Wot W Wo2 W W To2 L L W L L
Score 0-4 2-1 0-0 2-0 1-2 0-4 1-2 3-2 2-1 1-0 2-1 1-0 1-1 0-2 1-3 3-2 1-2 1-2
Att. 712 623 591 328 437 621 903 411 1670 214 342 513 439 2489 1023 1573 497 1349
22-205 1.22 .107 94-205 .459 11.4 80 1 4-4 42
29-297 1.61 .098 133-297 .448 16.5 104 1 2-4 42
5670 10/567 0/0
HOME 5-3-2 2-2-1 3-1-1 ##
15 7 9 10 19 18 11 14 3 5 6 13 20 12 8 17 4 21
Ikyurav, Isaac Silveira, Gabe Alvarez, Max Sandoval, Chris Lopez, Alex Mez, Chimdum Flores, Isaac Nugen, Nate Linenberger, Matt Strikowski, Almog Mendoza, Cesar Rodriguez, Adam Corona, Bert Bernard, Casey Hodge, Evan Barr, Nate Torrico, Oscar Garcia, Andres Total Opponents
Goalie 00 Oliver, Bryan 1 Castillo, Cesar ##
NEUTRAL 0-0 0-0 0-0
gp g a 18 5 4 18 5 3 18 4 2 14 4 2 17 0 4 16 1 0 15 1 0 18 1 0 16 1 0 11 0 1 8 0 1 14 0 1 13 0 0 13 0 0 9 0 0 14 0 0 18 0 0 11 0 0 18 22 18 18 29 26 GP 17 1 18 18
Min. 1588:51 90:00 1678:51 1678:51
sh sh% sog sog% gw pk-att
14 29 .172 16 13 28 .179 11 10 53 .075 25 10 18 .222 8 4 18 .000 9 2 21 .048 9 2 10 .100 4 2 8 .125 2 2 4 .250 2 1 4 .000 2 1 1 .000 0 1 0 .000 0 0 3 .000 2 0 3 .000 1 0 3 .000 2 0 1 .000 1 0 1 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 62 205 .107 94 84 297 .098 133 GA
25 4 29 22
1.42 4.00 1.55 1.18
Goals by Period Sacramento State Opponents
Shots by Period Sacramento State Opponents
97 95 126 157
Saves by Period Sacramento State Opponents
Corners by Period Sacramento State Opponents
118 126 124 115
Fouls by Period Sacramento State Opponents
AWAY 3-5 3-2 0-3
101 1 104 72
Total 22 29 Total 205 297 Total 104 72 Total 80 104 Total 252 252
.552 .393 .472 .444 .500 .429 .400 .250 .500 .500 .000 .000 .667 .333 .667 1.000
.000 .000 .459 .448
2 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 8
0-0 1-1 3-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-4 2-4
.802 .200 .782 .766
8-7-2 0-1-0 8-8-2 8-8-2
4.0 0.0 4 4
2012 BIG WEST REGULAR SEASON STANDINGS Big West Matches Overall Record NORTH DIVISION WLT POINTS PCT GF/GA WLT POINTS UC Davis $ 7-3-0 21 .700 14/9 10-7-4 34 Cal Poly 6-3-1 19 .650 15/11 11-7-1 34 Sacramento State 5-4-1 16 .550 13/14 8-8-2 26 UC Santa Barbara 4-5-1 13 .450 11/10 10-6-3 33
PCT .571 .605 .500 .605
GF/GA 23/20 26/20 22/29 31/18
Big West Matches Overall Record SOUTH DIVISION WLT POINTS PCT GF/GA WLT POINTS Cal State Northridge %^ 7-3-0 21 3-2-0 15/10 15-7-0 45 Cal State Fullerton 4-5-1 13 3-1-1 14/16 8-12-1 25 UC Riverside 3-7-0 9 2-3-0 17/20 10-8-0 30 UC Irvine 2-8-0 6 1-4-0 13/22 5-14-1 16
PCT .682 .405 .556 .275
GF/GA 41/20 27/35 37/26 26/36
$ - Big West Regular Season Champion - North Division % - Big West Regular Season Champoion - South Division ^ - Big West Tournament Champion
2012 BIG WEST CHAMPIONSHIP RECAP 2012 Big West Championship
SEMIFINALS - Wed., Nov. 7 No. 1N UC Davis 2, No. 2S Cal State Fullerton 0 No. 1S Cal State Northridge 2, No. 2N Cal Poly 0
Dates: November 7 and 10, 2012 Host: Campus Sites Semifinals at Davis, Calif. and Northridge, Calif. Final at Davis, Calif.
The Big West enters the 2013-14 season in its 45th year of operation and Sacramento State plays its second season as a men’s soccer member of the confernece. There are 16 conference-sponsored sports in the Big West. Men’s sports include soccer, cross country, basketball, golf, tennis, baseball and track and field. Including the Hornets, there are eight men’s soccer-playing schools in the conference split into two four-team divisions. Over four-plus decades, the conference has striven for athletic and academic success, and has accomplished those goals to a large degree. The conference has undergone membership changes throughout its long history, with the most recent ones significantly enhancing its stability and national standing during a very unstable period of conference realignment.
FINAL - Sat., Nov. 10 No. 1S Cal State Northridge 1, No. 1N UC Davis 0
Following the 2004-05 academic year, Idaho and Utah State left the Big West, creating an eight-team league comprised of all California schools: Cal Poly, Cal State Fullerton, Cal State Northridge, Long Beach State, UC Irvine, UC Riverside, UC Santa Barbara and Pacific. A ninth school from the Golden State - UC Davis joined the Big West ranks on July 1, 2007 after completing a four-year reclassification process from Division II to Division I. The Big West owned the distinction of being the nation’s only conference with its entire membership located in one state. However, that distinction changed on July 1, 2012 when the conference became 10 schools. The University of Hawai’i, which housed its women’s programs in the Big West from 1984-96, accepted full membership to the
league and bolstered its overall makeup with a strong legacy of athletic success and academic excellence. Another change occured when Pacific departed for the West Coast Conference on July 1, 2013. Despite the change in membership, the future of the 9-team conference will still have incredible opportunity to further grow its national profile. Regardless of the membership profile, the Big West always has stacked up well against the rest of the nation. In fact, the conference has claimed 17 team national championships in its history, including six in women’s volleyball, two in baseball, one in softball and one in men’s basketball. Men’s soccer was the newest sport added to the list when UC Santa Barbara claimed the national title in 2006. 5
2012 INDIVIDUAL STAT LEADERS POINTS GP G A P Avg. 1. Lev-Ari,Sagi-CSUN 22 15 0 30 1.36 2. Pridham, M.-CP 19 11 1 23 1.21 3. Rivas,Edwin-CSUN 21 8 4 20 0.95 4. Ryan, Nic-UCSB 19 8 3 19 1.00 5. Escalante, Jesse-CSF 18 8 2 18 1.00 Ramos, Ian-CSF 21 6 6 18 0.86 7. Velasquez,Beto-CSUN 22 8 1 17 0.77 8. Ikyurav, Isaac-SAC 18 5 4 14 0.78 Iwasa, Cameron-UCI 20 6 2 14 0.70 10. Campion, Achille-UCSB 7 6 1 13 1.86 Long, Aaron-UCR 16 6 1 13 0.81 Silveira, Gabe-SAC 18 5 3 13 0.72
BRYAN OLIVER LED THE BIG WEST IN SAVES (101)
2012 BIG WEST TEAM STATS LEADERS
POINTS 1. Cal State Northridge 2. UC Riverside 3. UC Santa Barbara 4. Cal Poly 5. Cal State Fullerton 6. UC Irvine 7. UC Davis 8. Sacramento State
Games No. 22 127 18 114 19 88 19 79 21 76 20 74 21 64 18 62
Avg. 5.77 6.33 4.63 4.16 3.62 3.70 3.05 3.44
SHOTS 1. Cal State Northridge 2. UC Santa Barbara 3. UC Irvine 4. Cal State Fullerton 5. UC Riverside 6. UC Davis 7. Cal Poly 8. Sacramento State
Games No. Avg. 22 347 15.77 19 322 16.95 20 301 15.05 21 299 14.24 18 265 14.72 21 264 12.57 19 229 12.05 18 205 11.39
GOALS 1. Cal State Northridge 2. UC Riverside 3. UC Santa Barbara 4. Cal State Fullerton 5. Cal Poly UC Irvine 7. UC Davis 8. Sacramento State
Games No. 22 41 18 37 19 31 21 27 19 26 20 26 21 23 18 22
Avg. 1.86 2.06 1.63 1.29 1.37 1.30 1.10 1.22
SAVES 1. Sacramento State 2. Cal State Fullerton 3. UC Irvine 4. Cal Poly 5. UC Riverside 6. UC Davis 7. Cal State Northridge 8. UC Santa Barbara
Games No. 18 104 21 93 20 86 19 80 18 72 21 71 22 67 19 54
Avg. 5.78 4.43 4.30 4.21 4.00 3.38 3.05 2.84
ASSISTS 1. Cal State Northridge 2. UC Riverside 3. Cal Poly 4. UC Santa Barbara 5. Cal State Fullerton UC Irvine 7. Sacramento State UC Davis
Games No. 22 45 18 40 19 27 19 26 21 22 20 22 18 18 21 18
Avg. 2.05 2.22 1.42 1.37 1.05 1.10 1.00 0.86
SHUTOUTS 1. Cal State Northridge 2. Cal Poly UC Davis 4. UC Riverside UC Santa Barbara 6. Sacramento State 7. UC Irvine Cal State Fullerton
Games 22 19 21 18 19 18 20 21
Avg. 0.45 0.32 0.29 0.28 0.26 0.22 0.15 0.14
No. 10 6 6 5 5 4 3 3
GOALS Games No. Avg. 1. Lev-Ari,Sagi-CSUN 22 15 0.68 2. Pridham, Mackenzie-CP 19 11 0.58 3. Escalante, Jesse-CSF 18 8 0.44 Ryan, Nic-UCSB 19 8 0.42 Rivas,Edwin-CSUN 21 8 0.38 Velasquez,Beto-CSUN 22 8 0.36 7. Campion, Achille-UCSB 7 6 0.86 Long, Aaron-UCR 16 6 0.38 Iwasa, Cameron-UCI 20 6 0.30 Ramos, Ian-CSF 21 6 0.29 ASSISTS Games No. Avg. 1. Benavides,Carlos-CSUN 21 10 0.48 2. Mendoza, Juan-UCR 18 8 0.44 3. Gonzalez, Eric-UCR 16 7 0.44 Gaschen, Chris-CP 17 7 0.41 Smith,Chris-CSUN 19 7 0.37 6. Earle, Otis-UCR 18 6 0.33 Ramos, Ian-CSF 21 6 0.29 Turcios,David-CSUN 22 6 0.27 9. Hocker, Mike-CP 19 5 0.26 Barak,Yuval-CSUN 21 5 0.24 GOALS AGAINST AVG. 1. Mansker, Austin-UCSB 2. Zeenni, Omar-UCD 3. Hauser, Chase-CP 4. Abalos,Michael-CSUN 5. Hamilton, Wade-CP 6. Khosravi, Ashkan-UCR 7. Oliver, Bryan-SAC 8. Breslin, Michael-UCI 9. Zepeda, Adam-CSF
GA 17 19 7 20 13 25 25 30 19
Min. 1715:42 1884:34 675:46 1925:31 1062:55 1611:56 1588:51 1661:21 845:09
SAVES 1. Oliver, Bryan-SAC 2. Breslin, Michael-UCI 3. Zeenni, Omar-UCD 4. Khosravi, Ashkan-UCR 5. Abalos,Michael-CSUN 6. Hamilton, Wade-CP 7. Mansker, Austin-UCSB 8. Zepeda, Adam-CSF 9. Hannon, Robbie-CSF 10. Hauser, Chase-CP
Games No. 17 101 18 80 20 69 18 67 21 65 12 52 19 50 10 44 7 25 8 24
GAA 0.89 0.91 0.93 0.93 1.10 1.40 1.42 1.63 2.02 Avg. 5.94 4.44 3.45 3.72 3.10 4.33 2.63 4.40 3.57 3.00
COACHING STAFF 7
HEAD COACH MIKE LINENBERGER Experience: 25th Season Alma Mater: Duke, 1987 Career Record: 165-237-47
Michael Linenberger celebrates his silver anniversiary in his 25th season at the Hornets’ head coach. After moving Sacramento State into Div. I in 1991 and the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation in 1992, Linenberger once again guided his team into a new and exciting era in 2012. The Hornets joined the Big West North Division and finished third with an 8-8-2 overall record and a 5-4-1 Big West mark, finishing just shy of a qualifying spot in the Big West Championship. The team garnered four all-Big West honors, including first-team selections for seniors Matt Linenberger and Casey Bernard. Linenberger and the Hornets moved into the Big West after a run of unprecedented success in the MPSF. The longtime head coach helped the Hornets to back-to-back MPSF Tournament titles and NCAA Tournament first-round wins in 2009 and 2010. He was named the MPSF Coach of the Year in 2009 after winning the regular season championship as well. Linenberger was also the MPSF Coach of the Year in 2001 after guiding the Hornets to their first MPSF regular season title. Linenberger began his coaching career with the Hornets as an assistant in 1988 and became co-head coach in 1989 before taking sole control of the program in 1992. He has accumulated a record of 165-237-47 as a head coach. In 2011, the Hornets finished third in the MPSF and second in the Coastal Division before falling in the MPSF Tournament. Sacramento State posted a 9-8-2 overall record with a 5-4-1 mark in conference play. It was the Hornets’ third straight winning record after tallying a winning margin just twice in their previous 18 years in Div. I. The Hornets set a school record with seven draws in 2010 during the regular season but turned on the offense in the MPSF conference tournament. Sacramento State scored 11 goals in three conference postseason games with a 6-2 win over No. 5 seed Air Force in the quarterfinals, a 3-1 defeat of No. 1 seed Denver in the semifinals and a 2-1 ovetime win over No. 2 seed Cal State Bakersfield in the championship match. The team continued to roll in the first round of the NCAA Men’s Soccer Championship, with a 2-1 win against Santa Clara before falling at UCLA in the second round. Chris Bettencourt scored five goals, with two game-winners, in the five postseason games. Senior midfielder Ernesto Carranza, who became the firstever Hornet invited to the Major League Soccer (MLS) combine after the 2010 season, had 12 points in five postseason games, including a six point performance against Air Force. The Hornets tallied a record-breaking 2009 season, in which the team went undefeated in conference play (6-0-1), won both the MPSF regular season and tournament championships, and advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in school history. The squad finished with a 12-63 record and reached the second round of the NCAA Tournament after winning at Loyola Marymount in the first round. The 12 victories set a new single-season program record. His players received a slew of accolades after the fantastic 2009 campaign, including Carranza who took home the MPSF’s player of the year award. Carranza, Fernando Cabadas and Diego Marroquin were all named first-team all-MPSF and Carranza and Cabadas also earned all-Far West Region honors from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA). Sacramento State posted an 8-9-2 mark in 2008, finishing fourth in the MPSF with a record of 3-7-0. Three Hornets earned all-conference honors, with Cabadas earning first team honors. Adam Owens (second team) and Omar Martinez (honorable mention) went on to graduate and head to Puerto Rico to continue their soccer careers at the professional level. 8
In 2003, Linenberger led the Hornet squad to its third-consecutive MPSF postseason appearance. It marked the first time Sacramento State had reached postseason play three consecutive years. During the 2001 season, Linenberger guided the Hornets to their first regular-season conference championship in the Div. I era (1991-present). Sacramento State’s 4-1-2 MPSF record also gave the Hornets their most conference wins in program history at the time. Due to his efforts, Linenberger was named 2001 MPSF Men’s Soccer Coach of the Year. Off the field, he served five years as a member of the NCAA Div. I national selection committee. Linenberger was named to the NCAA Div. I Men’s Soccer Committee in the fall of 1997. As chair of the Far West Region, he travelled to Indianapolis, and served as the region representative during the process of selecting the 48 teams that compete annually in the NCAA tournament. As a member of the NCAA soccer committee, Linenberger’s duties included overseeing site selection in the Far West Region for all rounds leading up to the Men’s College Cup, updating selection criteria and standards for the championships, rating conferences and serving at the College Cup as a member of the NCAA contingent which oversees the event. From 2008 to 2011, Linenberger was also head coach of the U.S. Soccer Olympic Development Program for Region IV, overseeing all five age groups between U-14 and U-18 in the Northwest. Linenberger was in charge of coach selection, player selection and the overall training curriculum. In addition, Linenberger was named a scout by the U.S. Soccer Federation for Project 2010, an initiative designed to make the men’s national team fully competitive by the 2010 World Cup. His primary duties included the scouting of 13-14 year olds in Northern California that had future national team potential but were not in the ODP system. Linenberger played professional soccer with the Sacramento Senators and for FC St. Pauli and SC Norderstedt in Germany’s second and third divisions. In addition, 33 of his former Sacramento State student-athletes have gone on to professional careers. That includes Joe Enochs, who was named to the 2001 U.S. National team. After a lengthly European playing career, Enochs was the head coach of VfL Osnabrück in 2011. Linenberger received a bachelor of arts degree in psychology from Duke University in 1987. He was a four-year letterwinner as a member of the Blue Devils’ soccer team and a team captain. He was captain of the 1986 squad which won the NCAA Div. I national title.
ASSISTANT COACH MATT McDOUGALL Experience: Eighth Season Alma Mater: Sacramento State, 2006
Matt McDougall is in his eighth season as an assistant coach with the Sacramento State men’s soccer program. A former three-time Mountain Pacific Sports Federation honoree as a goalkeeper during his playing days with the Hornets, McDougall was promoted to the team’s top assistant in 2009 after serving as the goalkeeper coach the previous three seasons. He continues to work with the keepers. McDougall is instrumental in recruiting and the day-to-day functions of the program, including film exchange and defensive coaching. He also organizes and runs the Hornets’ numerous summer camps. In 2010, McDougall’s coaching helped rookie keeper Cesar Castillo earn Goal.com Freshman All-America honors after tallying the second most saves in single-season school history with 94. Castillo also tallied eight shutouts and posted a 0.90 goals against average. McDougall holds the Sacramento State program record with 306 career saves and is second all-time with 10 career shutouts. His 1.48 career goals against average ranks third in the school’s Division I history (min. 1,000 minutes played), and in 2004, he spent every minute in goal for the Hornets. In 2005, he earned all-MPSF first team honors after posting a career-best 1.15 goals against average and leading the Hornets to a 9-7-2 record. In his final two seasons in net for the Hornets, McDougall led the MPSF in saves. 9
MEET THE HORNETS
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NATE BARR Position: Defender Height: 5-8 Weight: 160
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Career Stats Goals: -- Assists: -- Points: --
Class: Senior Hometown: Sacramento, Calif. Previous School: Azusa Pacific
Career Stats Saves: 144 Record: 13-10-8 GAA: 1.25 Shutouts: 10 Save %: .783 Games Played: 31
CESAR CASTILLO Position: Goalkeeper Height: 6-2 Weight: 185
Shots: 1 Shots on Goal: 1 Games Played: 14
Class: Senior Hometown: San Rafael, Calif. Previous School: Terra Linda HS
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PRESTON DAVIS Position: Defender Height: 5-9 Weight: 150
Class: Freshman Hometown: Gold River, Calif. Previous School: Bella Vista HS
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JAMES DEL CURTO Position: Goalkeeper Height: 6-1 Weight: 180
Class: Freshman Hometown: Santa Rosa, Calif. High School: Cardinal Newman HS
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MATHEW FISHER Position: Defender Height: 5-10 Weight: 155
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Class: Freshman Hometown: Ganite Bay, Calif. Previous School: Granite Bay HS
Career Stats Goals: -- Assists: -- Points: --
ANDRES GARCIA Position: Midfielder Height: 5-7 Weight: 135
23 Shots: -Shots on Goal: -Games Played: 11
Class: Junior Hometown: Sacramento, Calif. Previous School: Jesuit HS
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ANDREW GOSSELIN Position: Defender Height: 6-1 Weight: 170
Class: Freshman Hometown: Sacramento, Calif. Previous School: Jesuit HS
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ALEX GULSETH Position: Defender Height: 5-9 Weight: 160
Class: Freshman Hometown: Elk Grove, Calif. Previous School: Franklin HS
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CODY HOSTER Position: Defender Height: 6-2 Weight: 175
2 Class: Junior Hometown: Dublin, Calif. Previous School: Las Positas College
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Career Stats Goals: 8 Assists: 5 Points: 21
ISAAC IKYURAV Position: Forward Height: 5-5 Weight: 140
Shots: 43 Shots on Goal: 23 Games Played: 30
Class: Senior Hometown: Benue, Nigeria Previous School: American Univ.
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TREVOR JACKSON Position: Midfielder Height: 6-1 Weight: 170
Class: Freshman Hometown: Tucson, Ariz. Previous School: Bella Vista HS
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BRAD KELLOGG Position: Forward Height: 5-10 Weight: 155
Class: Sophomore Hometown: Upland, Calif. Previous School: Chaffey College
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TINO KONSTIN Position: Defender Height: 5-10 Weight: 150
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EDWIN LUNA Position: Midfielder Height: 5-8 Weight: 145
Class: Sophomore Hometown: Portland, Ore. Previous School: City College of SF
10 Class: Sophomore Hometown: San Jose, Calif. Previous School: Lincoln HS
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ADAN MARTINEZ Position: Forward Height: 5-10 Weight: 160
Class: Junior Hometown: San Pablo, Calif. Previous School: City College of SF
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MASON McCANN Position: Defender Height: 6-0 Weight: 175
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Class: Redshirt Junior Hometown: Sacramento, Calif. Previous School: American River College
Career Stats Goals: -- Assists: 1 Points: 1
CESAR MENDOZA Position: Midfielder Height: 5-9 Weight: 155
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Class: Sophomore Hometown: San Jose, Calif. Previous School: Lincoln HS
Career Stats Goals: 1 Assists: 1 Points: 3
CHIMDUM MEZ Position: Forward Height: 6-5 Weight: 200
Shots: 1 Shots on Goal: -Games Played: 8
Shots: 33 Shots on Goal: 15 Games Played: 32
Class: Junior Hometown: Sacramento, Calif. Previous School: Franklin HS
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JAVIER MUÑOZ Position: Defender Height: 5-10 Weight: 170
Class: Freshman Hometown: Galt, Calif. Previous School: Galt HS
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IVAN RAMIREZ Position: Midfielder Height: 5-10 Weight: 160
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Class: Freshman Hometown: San Jose, Calif. Previous School: Santa Teresa HS
Career Stats Goals: -- Assists: 1 Points: 1
ADAM RODRIGUEZ Position: Defender Height: 5-10 Weight: 155
Shots: -Shots on Goal: -Games Played: 14
Class: Sophomore Hometown: Granite Bay, Calif. Previous School: Granite Bay HS
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TEDDY SAMPSON Position: Goalkeeper Height: 6-1 Weight: 195
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Class: Redshirt Freshman Hometown: Manhattan Beach, Calif. Previous School: Mira Costa HS
Career Stats Goals: 8 Assists: 7 Points: 23
GABE SILVEIRA Position: Midfielder Height: 5-9 Weight: 160
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Class: Senior Hometown: Corte Madera, Calif. Previous School: Redwood HS
Career Stats Goals: 3 Assists: 3 Points: 9
ALMOG STRIKOWSKI Position: Midfielder Height: 5-9 Weight: 165
Shots: 68 Shots on Goal: 24 Games Played: 49
Shots: 25 Shots on Goal: 13 Games Played: 44
Class: Senior Hometown: Agoura Hills, Calif. Previous School: Agoura HS
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BRIAN VON LACKUM Position: Forward Height: 5-10 Weight: 170
Class: Freshman Hometown: Larkspur, Calif. Previous School: Redwood HS
2013 SENIORS (L-R): ALMOG STRIKOWSKI, GABE SILVEIRA, CESAR CASTILLO, NATE BARR, ISAAC IKYURAV
HISTORY & RECORD BOOK
JAMEL MITCHELL CAREER RECORDS GOALS 1. Jamel Mitchell (1993-96) 2. Chris Bettencourt (2008, 2010-11) Ryan Rhoads (2003-06) 4. Max Alvarez (2009-12) 5. Martin Sims (1992-94)
27 21 21 20 19
ASSISTS 1. Ernesto Carranza (2007-10) 2. Fernando Cabadas (2007-10) 3. Jamel Mitchell (1993-96) Brandon Cavitt (1993-95) 5. Max Alvarez (2009-12)
20 19 17 17 13
POINTS 1. Jamel Mitchell (1993-96) 2. Ernesto Carranza (2007-10) 3. Max Alvarez (2009-12) Chris Bettencourt (2008, 2010-11) 5. Ryan Rhoads (2003-06)
71 56 53 53 51
MATCHES 1. Ernesto Carranza (2007-10) 2. Matthew Tellez (2008-11) 3. Fernando Cabadas (2007-10) 4. Oscar Torrico (2009-12) 5. Adam Bettencourt (2008-11) Adam Owens (2005-08)
82 80 78 75 74 74
MATCHES STARTED 1. Ernesto Carranza (2007-10) 2. Fernando Cabadas (2007-10) 3. Sean Melendez (1997-00) 4. Utodi Madu (2003-06)
81 73 69 67
5. Marcos Mercado (2001-04) Kevin Mercado (1994-98)
SHUTOUTS 1. Bryan Oliver (2008-12) 2. Gary Davis (1992-95) 3. Cesar Castillo (2010-pres.) Matt McDougall (2002-05) 5. Terry Orr (1991-92) Tony Arteaga (1991)
16 12 10 10 4 4
GOALKEEPER SAVES 1. Matt McDougall (2002-05) 2. Bryan Oliver (2008-12) 3. Gary Davis (1992-95) 4. Ryan Kenny (2006-2009) 5. Cesar Castillo (2010-pres.)
306 238 222 160 144
GAA (MIN. TWO SEASONS) 1. Terry Orr (1991-92) 2. Bryan Oliver (2008-12) 3. Cesar Castillo (2010-pres.) 4. Matt McDougall (2002-05) 5. Ryan Kenny (2006-08)
1.00 1.19 1.25 1.45 1.49
SEASON RECORDS GOALS 1. Martin Sims (1993) 2. Chris Bettencourt (2010) 3. Max Alvarez (2009) Jamel Mitchell (1996) 5. Ryan Rhoads (2004 & 2006) Oscar Sandoval (2005) Sean Luigs (2001) Curtis Holmes (1995)
12 11 10 10 8 8 8 8
ASSISTS 1. Fernando Cabadas (2009) 2. Ernesto Carranza (2010) Brandon Cavitt (1995) Kevin Baena (1993) 5. Five Tied (last Eli Millan, 2006)
9 8 8 8 6
POINTS 1. Chris Bettencourt (2010) 2. Jamel Mitchell (1996) Martin Sims (1993) 4. Max Alvarez (2009) 5. Ernesto Carranza (2010)
27 26 26 23 22
MATCHES 1. 19 Tied
MATCHES STARTED 1. Ernesto Carranza (2010) Rory Oâ€™Day (2010) Matthew Tellez (2010) 4. Chris Bettencourt (2010) Fernando Cabadas (2010)
23 23 23 22 22
SHUTOUTS 1. Cesar Castillo (2010) 2. Gary Davis (1995) 3. Bryan Oliver (2008) 4. Bryan Oliver (2012) Bryan Oliver (2009) Terry Orr (1992) Gary Davis (1992) Tony Arteaga (1991)
8 7 5 4 4 4 4 4
MATT McDOUGALL GOALKEEPER SAVES 1. Matt McDougall (2004) 2. Bryan Oliver (2012) 3. Cesar Castillo (2010) 4. Matt McDougall (2005) 5. Ryan Duncan (1998) Gary Davis (1994) GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE 1. Bryan Oliver (2008) 2. Cesar Castillo (2010) 3. Bryan Oliver (2009) 4. Ryan Kenny (2006) Terry Orr (1992)
109 101 94 89 86 86
0.87 0.90 0.93 1.00 1.00
INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS HAT TRICKS (3 GOALS) Jamel Mitchell vs. Cal Poly (9/22/96) Martin Sims at UNLV (10/30/04) Jamel Mitchell at San Diego (9/1/94) Ryan Mitchell vs. Pacific (10/24/92) ASSISTS Ryan Walker vs. UCSB 3 (9/19/93) 17 Players Tied With 2 Last, Ernesto Carranza vs. Air Force (11/11/10) POINTS 1. Jamel Mitchell (3 goals, 2 assists) vs. Cal Poly (9/22/96) 2. Ernesto Carranza (2 goal, 2 assists) vs. Air Force (11/11/10) MPSF Tourney Ricky Rodriguez (2 goals, 2 assists vs. San Jose State (10/8/04) 22
8 6 6
Jamel Mitchell (3 goals) at San Diego (9/11/94) Martin Sims (3 goals) at UNLV (10/30/94) Kevin Baena (2 goals, 2 assists) vs. Loyola Marymount (11/3/93) Ryan Mitchell (3 goals) vs. Pacific (10/24/92) 8. Eight Players Tied With Last, Chris Bettencourt (2 goals, 1 assist) vs. Air Force (11/11/10) MPSF Tourney
TEAM SINGLE GAME RECORDS
Largest Win Largest Loss Most Goals Scored Most Goals Against
6 6 5
TEAM SEASON RECORDS Matches Most Wins Fewest Wins Most Losses Fewest Losses Ties Overtime Contests Team Points Most Goals Scored Least Goals Scored Assists Goalie Saves Most Goals Against Fewest Goals Against Shutouts Most Times Being Shutout Goals Against Average
23, 2010 12, 2009 0, 1998 16, 1998 5, 1992 & 2010 7, 2010 10, 2010 122, 2006* 42, 2006* 11, 1998 40, 1993 115, 1995 56, 1996 20, 1992 10, 2010 11, 1998 0.97, 2010
*Includes 20-0 game against Pacific Union, which is not included in the remainder of team records. Neither is 11-0 win over William Jessup in 2011.
8-0 vs. LMU (11/3/93) 9-0 at UCLA (11/10/96) 8 vs. LMU, 1993 9 at UCLA, 1996
TEAM STREAKS Winning Streak Unbeaten Streak Losing Streak Home Winning Streak Home Unbeaten Streak Home Losing Streak Road Winning Streak Road Unbeaten Streak Road Losing Streak Consecutive Shutouts
5, Twice (2009, 2010) 10, 2009 14, 1998 7, 2008-09 23, 2008-10 12, 1998 & 1999 3, 1995 4, 2009 8, 2004 4, 2010
AWARDS AND HONORS FIRST TEAM ALL-BIG WEST 2012
SECOND TEAM ALL-BIG WEST 2012
Isaac Ikyurav Casey Bernard
HONORABLE MENTION ALL-BIG WEST 2012 Gabe Silveira PRESEASON ALL-BIG WEST 2012 MPSF PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2009 FIRST TEAM ALL-MPSF 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2002 2001 2000 1997 1996 1995 1993 1992
2000 1999 1995 1994 1993 1992
Joel Rodriguez Jason Gantt Sean Luigs David Rios Rene Schmidt Jamel Mitchell Brandon Cavitt Jamel Mitchell Martin Sims Martin Sims Shariff Abdu
Chris Bettencourt Ernesto Carranza Fernando Cabadas Ernesto Carranza Fernando Cabadas Diego Marroquin Fernando Cabadas Adam Owens Adam Owens Oscar Sandoval Utodi Madu Matt McDougall David Fraser Sean Luigs Hjalti Kristjansson Don Finley Jamel Mitchell Brandon Cavitt Kevin Baena Kevin Baena
SECOND TEAM ALL-MPSF 2011 Alex Lopez Max Alvarez 2010 Diego Marroquin 2009 Max Alvarez David Von Stockhausen 2008 Adam Owens 2007 Omar Martinez Eli Millan 2006 Eli Millan Ryan Rhoads 2005 Marco Ramirez Oscar Sandoval 2004 Utodi Madu Matt McDougall Patrick Nelle 2003 Patrick Nelle 2002 Hjalti Kristjansson 2001 Hjalti Kristjansson
HONORABLE MENTION ALL-MPSF 2011 Adam Bettencourt Casey Bernard 2010 Rory O’Day 2009 Bryan Oliver Scott Crandall Matthew Tellez 2008 Omar Martinez 2007 Ernesto Carranza Blake Nunes 2006 Pedro Lupercio Utodi Madu 2005 Jeff Buddenbohn Pedro Lupercio 2004 Marcos Mercado 2003 Marcos Mercado Sam Sneed 2002 Utodi Madu Matt McDougall 2001 David Fraser Jason Gantt Marcos Mercado 1996 Oscar Barba Jeff Fluharty MPSF CO-NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR 2005 Jeff Buddenbohn MPSF TOURNAMENT MVP 2010 2009
Chris Bettencourt Fernando Cabadas
MPSF ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 2011 Max Alvarez 2010 Chris Bettencourt Ernesto Carranza Rory O’Day 2009 Fernando Cabadas Matt Linenberger David Von Stockhausen 2003 Sam Sneed 2002 David Fraser 2001 Sean Luigs
MPSF ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1996
Adam Bettencourt Oscar Torrico Bryan Oliver Almog Strikowski Adam Bettencourt Oscar Torrico Kyle Beasley Oscar Torrico Adam Bettencourt Scott Crandall Kyle Beasley Adam Bettencourt Brady Nunes Adam Owens Brandon Baggett Kyle Beasley Brandon Baggett Ismael Echeverría Jesse Manton Brandon Baggett Ismael Echeverría Jesse Manton Brandon Baggett Ismael Echeverría Jesse Manton Ryan Rhoads Eric Rabbon Miguel Ramirez Sam Sneed Justin Ancheta Hjalti Kristjansson Alexis Maurtua Patrick Nelle Eric Rabbon Sam Sneed Justin Ancheta Hjalti Kristjansson Leo Marin Justin Ancheta Levi Henson Jason Gantt Rene Schmidt Don Finley Jason Isaac
ERNESTO CARRANZA - 2009 MPSF MVP
COLLEGE SOCCER PRESEASON ALL-AMERICAN 2010 Ernesto Carranza (3rd Team) COLLEGE SOCCER NEWS ALL-FRESHMAN 2005 Jeff Buddenbohn (1st Team) SOCCER AMERICA ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM 2009 Max Alvarez GOAL.COM FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICA TEAM 2010 Cesar Castillo ALL-FAR WEST REGION (NSCAA) 2009 Ernesto Carranza (1st Team) Fernando Cabadas (2nd Team) 2001 Sean Luigs (2nd Team) 1991 Joe Enochs (2nd Team)
ALL-FAR WEST REGION SCHOLAR-ATHLETE 2006 Jesse Manton (2nd Team) 2005 Jesse Manton (2nd Team) 1995 Gary Davis (2nd Team) 1994 Gary Davis (2nd Team) 1993 Chad Guptil (2nd team)
KYLE E. MANN AWARD 1998
ESPN ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT VIII 2005 Jesse Manton (1st Team)
VINCE BEALL MEMORIAL AWARD 2002 Jason Gantt 1997 Ygnacio Zarate 1995 Gary Davis
HORNET BOOKSTORE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 2003 Sam Sneed 2002 Hjalti Kristjansson 1995 Gary Davis 1992 John Morrison 1991 Mark Baena
MPSF 15TH ANNIVERSARY TEAM Third Team Kevin Baena Jamel Mitchell
HORNET MALE SCHOLAR ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 2012 Oscar Torrico HORNET AWARD 2012
HEAD COACH MICHAEL LINENBERGER
YEAR-BY-YEAR COACHING RECORDS FRED KORGE
2003 5-11-2 DAVID LINENBERGER
2008 8-9-2 2009
MICHAEL LINENBERGER & PAUL ARELLANES
1991 (First season in Div. I)
1980 5-9-1 Total (38-65-14) AMIR JABERY
* 1972 record is only known through Oct. 30.
^ Far West Region Coach of the Year
# Paul Arellanes and Michael Linenberger were
co-head coaches from 1989-91.
& MPSF Coach of the Year
% co-MPSF Coach of the Year
@ Michael Linenberger’s career record includes
his seasons as co-head coach in 1989, 1990
2000 7-10-1 25
NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES
CHRIS BETTENCOURT SCORED VS. SANTA CLARA
NOV. 18, 2010 VS. SANTA CLARA (W, 2-1) SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Chris Bettencourt scored with less than five minutes to play, propelling Sacramento State to a 2-1 victory over Santa Clara in the first round of the 2010 NCAA Men’s Soccer Tournament at Hornet Field. Sacramento State extended its amazing home unbeaten streak to 21 games (16-0-5) with the win and was victorious in the first round of the NCAA
Tournament for the second straight season. With time ticking away in regulation in the 86th minute, Max Alvarez took a pass from Ernesto Carranza and fired a shot that was deflected hard into the air by Santa Clara keeper Kevin Klasila. While the ball hung in the air, Bettencourt rushed forward and used a header to blast the ball inside the near post for the eventual game-winning goal.
Ernesto Carranza also scored for the Hornets in the 56th minute, with a beautiful bending ball from the top left of the 18-yard box that snuck inside the far post and just below the crossbar. It was the first time in program history that the Hornets hosted an NCAA Tournament match.
NOV. 21, 2010 AT #8 UCLA (L, 4-1)
LOS ANGELES - Sacramento State battled No. 8 ranked UCLA to a scoreless first half but the Bruins turned it on in the second period as the Hornets fell 4-1 in the second round of the 2010 NCAA Men’s Soccer Tournament at Drake Stadium.
off the line by a UCLA defender. In the 29th minute, the Hornets had another excellent chance, when Gabriel Silveira stole the ball away in the midfield and found Chris Bettencourt for a hard shot that just cleared the crossbar.
The Hornets had their chances in the game. In the 18th minute, Ernesto Carranza dribbled down the far side of the field before cutting into the box where his shot to the near post beat the keeper but was cleared
Fernando Cabadas had the best chance of the night and nearly put the Hornets on the board in the 34th minute when his blast from the top far corner of the box bounced off the inside of the near post then off
the shoulder of the UCLA keeper before being cleared away. Carranza put the Hornets on the board when he took a pass from Max Alvarez at the top of the box and finished to the far post. It was Carranza’s seventh goal of the season.
NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES
BRYAN BAKER SCORED VS. LMU
NOV. 19, 2009 AT LOYOLA MARYMOUNT (W, 2-1) (OT) LOS ANGELES - Bryan Baker headed home the game-winning goal in the first overtime session off a free kick from Fernando Cabadas, giving Sacramento State a 2-1 overtime victory over host Loyola Marymount, and its first ever NCAA Tournament win. Sacramento State scored on its first strike in the 28th minute, as Alvarez had a blast on goal deflected away, but the ball found the waiting foot of Scott
Crandall, who fired it into the net for his fourth goal of the season, giving the Hornets a 1-0 lead. After intermission, Loyola Marymount gained control of the play for the next 45 minutes, taking 13 shots, including the game-tying goal. In the 74th minute, Rafael Baca fed Vincent Ocampo, who took one touch and hammered the ball past sophomore Hornet keeper Bryan Oliver to tie the score at 1-1.
Following a Lion foul from 25 yards out, Cabadas served a free kick that found the head of Baker, who scored his second goal of the season to send Sacramento State to the round of 32.
NOV. 22, 2009 AT #6 UCLA (L, 2-1) LOS ANGELES - Sacramento State tied the score at 1-1 with 15 minutes to play in regulation, but fell to the sixth seeded and No. 8 ranked UCLA Bruins, 2-1, in NCAA Tournament second round play. In a physical match that saw the teams combine for 41 fouls and seven cautions, UCLA opened the scoring with a penalty kick conversion. Following a Hornet foul in the box in the 31st minute,
Kyle Nakazawa converted the PK for his 12th goal of the season, giving the Bruins a 1-0 lead they would take into intermission. The second half saw Sacramento State come out of the locker room fired up, outshooting the Bruins 6-5, while putting four shots on goal to UCLAâ€™s one.
the goal from 25 yards out for his 10th goal of the season. UCLA retook the lead in the 80th minute, as Chandler Hoffman scored on a cross, slipping between Hornet defenders for his fifth score of the season, giving the Bruins the deciding goal.
The Hornets tied the game at 1-1 in the 75th minute as Max Alvarez found the equalizer, connecting on a blast from the near side to the far left corner of
DIV. I YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS DIV-I ERA RESULTS 1991 7-9-2 at San Francisco L, 4-0 at California T, 0-0 Sonoma State L, 3-0 at Santa Clara L, 5-0 vs. SW Missouri State L, 4-2 vs. BYU W, 2-0 UC Davis L, 3-0 Cal State Northridge L, 4-0 Fresno Pacific L, 7-3 at Oregon State L, 2-0 at Portland State T, 2-2 UC Santa Cruz W, 2-0 Saint Mary’s W, 2-0 Cal State Bakersfield W, 2-1 at San Jose State W, 1-0 at Cal State Los Angeles L, 4-1 San Francisco State W, 4-3 Gonzaga W, 3-0
1992 Washington* Chico State Santa Clara at UC Santa Barbara at San Diego State Cal State East Bay Stanford* at Cal State Northridge at Loyola Marymount California* Rowan College at Fresno State* Air Force* at Oregon State Pacific at UC Davis at San Jose State* at Saint Mary’s * MPSF Games
10-5-3 (2-3-1) L, 3-1 W, 3-2 L, 3-0 W, 2-0 T, 1-1 W, 1-0 W, 2-0 L, 3-1 W, 2-0 W, 1-0 W, 1-0 L, 1-0 L, 3-1 T, 0-0 W, 6-0 W, 2-1 T, 1-1 W, 3-2
1993 at San Francisco at Saint Mary’s UC Davis Cal State Northridge UC Santa Barbara at Air Force* vs. George Mason Oregon State* at California* at Stanford* at Santa Clara San Jose State* Fresno State* at Chico State
5-12-1 (1-6-0 L, 5-1 W, 2-1 W, 3-0 L, 5-3 W, 3-0 L, 6-0 T, 1-1 L, 2-1 L, 2-1 W, 4-2 L, 7-2 L, 2-1 L, 3-2 L, 2-1
at Washington* at Gonzaga Butler Loyola Marymount *MPSF Games
L, 4-0 L, 4-2 L, 3-2 W, 8-0
1994 at Cal State Fullerton vs. UCLA vs. Cal Poly San Diego Santa Clara San Francisco State Air Force* Stanford* California at Fresno State* at San Jose State* at Oregon State* Washington* vs. UC Irvine at UNLV Saint Mary’s Cal Poly Stanislaus State *MPSF Games
7-10-1 (2-4-0) L, 1-0 L, 5-0 W, 2-1 W, 3-1 L, 2-0 W, 4-0 W, 2-1 L, 3-1 L, 5-2 L, 2-0 L, 2-0 W, 1-0 L, 1-0 W, 2-1 W, 7-4 L, 2-1 T, 1-1 L, 2-1
1995 at Cal Poly at Cal State Northridge Vanguard Biola at Saint Mary’s at Santa Clara Cal State East Bay at Air Force* vs. New Mexico Fresno State* San Jose State*
8-10-1 (2-4-1) L, 4-3 L, 1-0 W, 3-0 W, 1-0 L, 5-1 L, 3-1 W, 4-2 L, 5-1 W, 1-0 L, 3-0 L, 2-1
Oregon State* at Washington* at Portland at Stanford* at California* Gonzaga San Diego State at UC Irvine * MPSF Games 1996 Santa Clara College of Notre Dame vs. Cleveland State vs. Akron vs. Gonzaga vs. British Columbia Cal Poly Cal State Northridge
T, 2-2 L, 5-0 L, 6-0 W, 1-0 W, 1-0 W, 2-0 L, 3-1 W, 4-2
5-11-2 (0-2-1 L, 4-0 L, 2-0 W, 1-0 L, 3-0 L, 3-0 L, 1-0 W, 6-2 W, 3-2
Stanford* Saint Mary’s at Oregon State at Washington* California* UC Irvine Loyola Marymount at UC Santa Barbara at UCLA at San Francisco *MPSF Games
T, 2-2 L, 3-2 L, 5-1 L, 5-0 L, 6-3 T, 2-2 W, 2-1 L, 4-1 L, 9-0 W, 3-2
1997 San Jose State Notre Dame de Namur Washington* UC Davis vs. San Diego vs. Cal State Fullerton Cal State Hayward UCLA at Stanford* at California* at Saint Mary’s at Santa Clara Oregon State* UC Santa Barbara at Loyola Marymount at UC Irvine at Cal State Northridge at Cal Poly *MPSF Games
4-12-0 (0-4-0) L, 4-1 L, 1-0 L, 2-0 L, 3-1 L, 1-0 L, 5-0 W, 3-1 L, 6-1 L, 1-0 L, 1-0 L, 3-2 L, 3-2 L, 1-0 W, 4-2 W, 2-1 W, 3-2 L, 2-1 L, 2-1
1998 San Francisco State at UNLV vs. Texas Christian at San Jose State at San Diego State
0-16-2 (0-5-0) T, 0-0 L, 3-1 L, 4-3 L, 5-2 L, 1-0
Santa Clara Saint Mary’s California* Stanford* at Cal State Fullerton* at UC Irvine* UCLA San Francisco at Cal State Northridge at Cal Poly* at UC Santa Barbara Oregon State* Washington* *MPSF Games
L, 3-0 L, 2-0 L, 6-0 L, 3-0 L, 3-0 L, 4-0 L, 3-0 L, 1-0 L, 4-1 L, 2-1 T, 1-1 L, 4-2 L, 2-0
DIV. I YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1999 Fresno State Cal State Northridge San Jose State vs. Cal State Fullerton at San Diego UC Santa Barbara Loyola Marymount at San Francisco at Santa Clara at Saint Mary’s UC Irvine at California* at Stanford* Denver* Air Force* Oregon State* at Washington* at Cal Poly* * MPSF Games
4-14-0 (2-5-0) L, 5-0 L, 2-1 L, 3-1 L, 3-0 L, 4-2 L, 3-1 W, 4-2 W, 2-1 L, 1-0 L, 3-0 L, 1-0 L, 1-0 L, 1-0 L, 3-2 W, 3-1 W, 1-0 L, 4-0 L, 1-0
2000 Santa Clara Stanislaus State San Francisco at Oregon State vs. Illinois Vanguard San Jose State* at Cal State Northridge at UC Santa Barbara at Denver* at Air Force* Saint Mary’s Fresno State* at San Jose State* Cal Poly at Fresno State* Air Force* Denver* * MPSF Games
7-10-1 (2-6-0) W, 2-1 W, 5-0 T, 1-1 L, 3-0 L, 3-0 W, 2-1 L, 3-0 W, 3-2 L, 6-0 L, 3-1 L, 1-0 L, 1-0 L, 2-0 L, 4-1 W, 1-0 W, 2-1 W, 1-0 L, 2-1
2001 at Saint Mary’s Cal State Monterey Bay UC Riverside at Oregon State vs. Gonzaga at San Francisco at Loyola Marymount at UC Irvine Air Force* Denver* at Fresno State* at San Jose State* New Mexico* at UNLV*
5-9-4 (4-1-2) L, 1-0 W, 5-0 T, 1-1 L, 3-2 L, 1-0 T, 1-1 L, 1-0 L, 3-2 L, 4-1 W, 1-0 T, 1-1 T, 0-0 W, 3-2 W, 4-1
at Santa Clara California San Diego State* vs. New Mexico^ * MPSF Games ^ MPSF Tournament
L, 1-0 L, 3-1 W, 3-1 L, 3-2
2002 at Stanford at Cal Poly at UC Riverside at Saint Mary’s Dominican Loyola Marymount at UC Santa Barbara Cal State Northridge at Fresno State San Francisco at Air Force* at Denver* at San Diego State* New Mexico* UNLV* Santa Clara San Jose State* vs. Denver^ * MPSF Games ^ MPSF Tournament
5-10-4 (2-3-1) L, 5-0 W, 3-1 T, 2-2 T, 1-1 W, 2-0 L, 5-1 L, 3-0 L, 4-1 T, 1-1 W, 1-0 L, 1-0 W, 2-1 T, 0-0 L, 2-1 W, 3-1 L, 1-0 L, 2-1 L, 2-1
2003 UC Riverside Oregon State Saint Mary’s at Cal Poly at Loyola Marymount vs. Alabama A&M vs. Gonzaga at San Jose State* UC Santa Barbara
5-11-2 (2-3-1) W, 2-1 L, 3-0 W, 1-0 L, 2-1 T, 0-0 L, 2-0 L, 3-0 L, 6-1 L, 3-0
at San Francisco at Santa Clara Cal State Monterey Bay Air Force* Denver* at UNLV* San Diego State* at New Mexico* San Diego State^ * MPSF Games ^ MPSF Tournament 2004 at Cal at Portland ^ vs. Gonzaga ^ Saint Mary’s Dominican
L, 6-0 L, 2-0 W, 3-2 W, 3-2 L, 4-1 W, 3-2 T, 1-1 L, 3-0 L, 3-1
6-12-1 (5-6-0) L, 2-1 L, 4-0 L, 3-1 T, 1-1(2OT) W, 4-0
at UC Davis at Air Force* at Denver* San Jose State* at New Mexico* San Diego State* UNLV* Denver* Air Force* at UNLV* at San Diego State New Mexico* UC Davis at San Jose State* ^ Portland Tournament * MPSF Games
L, 2-1 L, 2-1 L, 4-1 W, 4-3 (OT) L, 3-0 W, 2-0 W, 2-1 L, 2-1 W, 2-1 (OT) L, 2-1 L, 2-1 L, 1-0 L, 1-0 W, 3-0
2005 at Saint Mary’s Oregon State Dayton vs. Adelphi ^ at Long Island ^ Menlo at Cal Poly UC Davis at San Jose State* at #2 New Mexico* at UNLV* Denver* Air Force* at Denver* at Air Force* UNLV* # 2 New Mexico* San Jose State* ^ LIU Soccer Classic * MPSF Games
9-7-2 (4-5-1) L, 3-0 W, 2-1 W, 1-0 T, 1-1 (2OT) W, 2-1 W, 4-0 L, 4-1 W, 2-0 L, 1-0 L, 1-0 (OT) W, 2-1 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 L, 1-0 L, 2-1 W, 2-1 (OT) T, 1-1 (2OT) L, 2-1
2006 vs. Michigan State^ at Oregon State^ at UC Davis# Valparaiso# UC Riverside@ vs. Bowling Green@ vs. Stanford! at Cal! Pacific Union San Jose State* at UNLV* at #17 New Mexico* Air Force* Denver* at Air Force*
7-10-2 (4-4-2) L, 1-0 (OT) L, 1-2 L, 1-0 W, 3-2 L, 2-1 W, 3-0 L, 2-0 L, 2-0 W, 20-0 L, 1-0 W, 2-1 (2OT) L, 1-0 (OT) W, 3-1 L, 2-1 L, 2-1
at Denver* #9 New Mexico*
T, 1-1 (2OT) T, 1-1 (2OT)
DIV. I YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS UNLV* W, 2-1 (2OT) at San Jose State* W, 3-0 ^ Oregon State Diadora Tournament # Copa de Causeway Tournament @ Saint Mary’s Tournament ! Adidas Cal Legacy Classic * MPSF Game 2007 at Dayton^ vs. Butler^ Portland# Oregon State# at # 20 UC Irvine at UC Riverside Saint Mary’s UC Davis Menlo at San Jose State* UNLV* # 22 New Mexico* at Denver* vs. Air Force*$ Denver* Air Force* at New Mexico* at UNLV* at San Jose State* ^ Dayton Marriot Flyer Classic # Copa de Causeway * MPSF Game $ Played at Colorado College 2008 Cal State Bakersfield# Long Island# vs. UC Irvine^ vs. Houston Baptist^ Menlo College Saint Mary’s at Cal State Northridge # 21 UC Davis Cal Poly San Jose State* at UNLV* at New Mexico* Air Force* Denver* at Air Force* at Denver* New Mexico* UNLV* at San Jose State* # Copa de Causeway ^ Saint Mary’s Tournament * MPSF Game
4-13-2 (3-6-1) L, 2-1 L, 4-0 L, 2-0 L, 2-1 L, 3-1 T, 2-2 (2OT) L, 1-0 L, 3-0 W, 4-1 L, 2-1 W, 1-0 (OT) L, 1-0 T, 1-1 (2OT) W, 2-1 L, 3-2 W, 1-0 L, 3-0 L, 1-0 L, 1-0
8-9-2 (3-7) W, 1-0 W,2-0 T, 1-1 (2OT) W, 2-0 W, 2-0 W, 1-0 L, 2-1 L, 1-0 T, 1-1 (2OT) W, 1-0 L, 4-1 L, 2-1 L, 2-1 L, 2-1 W, 3-0 L, 3-1 L, 2-1 (2OT) W, 1-0 (2OT) L, 4-1
2009 Holy Names (Exh.) Cal State Monterey Bay (Exh.) at Saint Mary’s UC RIVERSIDE^ vs. Alabama A&M^ at # 15 San Francisco at Santa Clara at Cal Poly at # 16 UC Irvine William Jessup at UC Davis at San Jose State Air Force* Denver* at Seattle* at Cal State Bakersfield* New Mexico*
12-6-3 (6-0-1) W, 5-0 W, 6-1 T, 1-1 (2OT) W, 1-0 W, 4-2 W, 2-1 L, 1-0 L, 4-0 L, 2-0 W, 8-0 L, 1-0 L, 2-1 W, 2-0 W, 2-1 W, 1-0 W, 3-1 W, 1-0
at UNLV* T, 1-1 (2OT) San Jose State* W, 4-3 vs. UNLV # W, 1-0 (2OT) vs. New Mexico # T, 2-2 (W, 5-4 PKs) at Loyola Marymount $ W, 2-1 (OT) at # 6 UCLA $ L, 2-1 * MPSF Game ^ Saint Mary’s Tournament # MPSF Tournament (Denver, Colo.) $ NCAA Tournament 2010 11-5-7 (2-2-6) vs. NC State^ L, 4-3 (OT) at #11 Duke^ L, 4-1 UC Davis W, 2-1 at Stanford W, 1-0 Loyola Marymount W, 1-0 #10 UC Irvine W, 2-0 William Jessup W, 3-0 Santa Clara T, 1-1 (2OT) San Jose State* T, 0-0 (2OT) Cal State Bakersfield* T, 0-0 (2OT) at Seattle* L, 1-0 Seattle* W, 2-0 at Cal State Bakersfield* T, 1-1 (2OT) at Denver* T, 0-0 (2OT) at Air Force* L, 2-1 New Mexico* T, 0-0 (2OT) UNLV* T, 1-1 (OT) at San Jose State* W, 1-0 (OT) Air Force # W, 6-3 Denver # W, 3-1 Cal State Bakersfield # W, 2-1 (OT) Santa Clara $ W, 2-1 at UCLA $ L, 4-1 ^ Duke Nike Tournament * MPSF Game # MPSF Tournament (Sacramento, Calif.) $ NCAA Tournament
2011 at #19 Loyola Marymount at UC Riverside San Francisco William Jessup Oregon State at Sant Mary’s at UC Davis at #8 UC Santa Barbara at San Jose State* #25 Cal State Bakersfield* Seattle* at #19 Cal State Bakersfield* at Seattle* Denver* Air Force* at #2 New Mexico* at UNLV* San Jose State* vs. San Jose State # * MPSF Game # MPSF Tournament (Denver, Colo.) 2012 at Oregon State San Diego #18 Saint Mary’s Seattle at San Francisco at #22 CSU Bakersfield San Jose State UNLV at UC Irvine* at Cal State Northridge* Cal State Fullerton* UC Riverside* Cal Poly^ at #16 UC Santa Barbara^ UC Davis^ at Cal Poly^ UC Santa Barbara^ at UC Davis^ * Big West Conference Game ^ Big West North Division Game
9-8-2 (5-4-1) W, 1-0 (OT) L, 3-0 W, 2-0 W, 11-0 L, 4-3 T, 1-1 (2OT) W, 3-2 (2OT) L, 2-0 W, 1-0 (OT) L, 3-0 W, 2-1 L, 4-0 L, 2-0 W, 2-1 T, 0-0 (2OT) L, 2-0 W, 2-0 W, 3-2 (OT) L, 4-2
8-8-2 (5-4-1) L, 4-0 W, 2-1 (OT) T, 0-0 (2OT) W, 2-0 L, 2-1 L, 4-0 L, 2-1 W, 3-2 (OT) W, 2-1 W, 1-0 (2OT) W, 2-1 W, 1-0 T, 1-1 (2OT) L, 2-0 L, 3-1 W, 3-2 L, 2-1 L, 2-1
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 29,000. We graduate 6,500 students each year who take their pick from 58 undergraduate, 41 graduate, six post-baccalaureate certificates 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 276 student organizations, and
SACRAMENTO STATE STUDENTS Enrollment: 29,000
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: 6% American Indian: 1% Asian/Pacific: 21% Latino/Latina: 19% Caucasian: 40% 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.
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 Stateâ€™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 WELLâ€™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 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.
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Top: Sacramento State opened up the American River Courtyard dorms in 2009. Above: Residence halls include large common areas for studying and relaxation. 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: Womenâ€™s basketball head coach Jamie Craigheadâ€™s office on the second floor.
ATHLETICS EXCELLENCE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS (LAST 4 YEARS) 2012-13 WOMEN’S TENNIS - Big Sky Conference MEN’S TENNIS - Big Sky Conference WOMEN’S INDOOR TRACK - Big Sky Conference WOMEN’S OUTDOOR TRACK - Big Sky Conference 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
Top: Women’s outdoor track and field won a Big Sky record fifth straight championship in 2013. Above: Men’s tennis won its fifth consecutive and 11th overall Big Sky title last season. Below: The women’s tennis team has won an incredible 105 consecutive Big Sky matches over 12 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 Wanless’ 11-year tenure as Sacramento State’s Director of Athletics has seen growth unparalleled in the school’s 22year 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 seven years where the Hornets have earned 43 conference titles. That includes an unprecedented eight conference titles during the 200607, 2007-08 and 2010-11 academic years. In addition, the program won the Big Sky Conference’s all-sports points championship in 2010-11 and finished second among the 11 league institutions in 2012-13. Academically, Sacramento State athletics recently posted its highest graduation rates in the Div. I era. Additionally, four programs finished among the top 10 percent nationally in their sport in NCAA Academic Progress Rate (APR) requirements in two of the last three years. The 2008-09 West Region Athletic Director of the Year for the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS), Wanless has served on numerous NCAA committees, and most recently completed terms as a member of the NCAA FCS selection committee and the Div. I Football Issues Committee. Previously, he was a member of the NCAA Football rules committee and the NCAA Peer Review committee. Click Here to read more about Dr. Wanless
STUDENT-ATHLETE RESOURCE CENTER The Student-Athlete Resource Center was created in March 2006 in an effort to combine three very important Student Affairsâ€™ 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 campusâ€™ 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
We intend to fulfill our purpose by:
and student athletic trainer maintains a pleasant,
State provides quality health care to all
• Creating a comfortable and caring environment
caring, and professional attitude consistent with
student-athletes. This is done through the
within the athletic training facility.
the National Athletic Trainers Association Code
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.
of Professional Practice. • Assuring that our emergency procedures are safe, efficient, and expedient.
• Maintaining and operating our athletic training facility in an organized and efficient manner.
• Providing care for student-athletes regardless of ability, race, color, sex, age, religion, national
• Assuring that each athlete is carefully counseled
origin or sport.
regarding their injury or illness and options are explained when appropriate.
• Assuring that each physician, staff member • 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 Director of Training Brandon Padilla (ATC)
Athletic Trainer Heather Swanson (ATC)
Athletic Trainer Joe Ramos (ATC)
opportunity to participate in intercollegiate athletics in a physically healthy environment.
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 White
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.
Reggie Christiansen Baseball Fourth Season
Mike Connors Women’s Rowing 12th Season
Jamie Craighead Women’s Basketball Fifth Season
Randy Dedini Women’s Soccer Seventh Season
Dima Hrynashka Women’s Tennis Eighth Season
Kim Hughes Gymnastics 32nd Season
Brian Katz Men’s Basketball Sixth Season
Slava Konikov Men’s Tennis Ninth Season
Mike Linenberger Men’s Soccer 25th Season
Lori Perez Softball First Season
Kathleen Raske CC/T&F 11th Season
Marshall Sperbeck Football Seventh Season
David Sutherland Golf Seventh Season
Ruben Volta Volleyball Sixth Season
SUPPORT STAFF Nat Bailey Equipment Manager
Martinique Baker Administrative Assistant
Tod Bannister Associate AD External Affairs
Brian Berger Media Relations Director
Bobby Biggs Director of Cheerleading
Ryan Bjork Assistant Media Relations Director
Cheryl Boyes Community Relations Director
Natalie Cunningham Nelligan Sports Properties
Veronica Espindola Athletic Equipment Attendant
Angeliza Fontillas Marketing Green Army
Kylie Hurn Business Assistant
Steve Iwasa Equipment Manager
Bill Macriss Deputy Athletics Director
Ryan Maddox Nelligan Sports Properties
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
Dr. Clay Redfield Associate Director of Bands
Jolie Roberts Dance Team Director
Will Schilling Public Address Announcer
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
Andrew Tomsky 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 soccer. The highlight of that group is the Sacramento Kings. The local NBA franchise features players such as DeMarcus Cousins, Ben McLemore, Jimmer Fredette, and Greivis Vasquez. 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 a new soccer team, Sacramento Republic FC, that is slated to open play in the United Soccer League (USL) in 2014. 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 Sleep Train Arena, just 15 minutes from campus. Above: The Sacramento River Cats - the Triple-A affiliate of the Oakland Athletics - play games at Raley Field.
SACRAMENTO INTL. AIRPORT 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 Californiaâ€™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 serve passengers from Central Terminal B. Continental, Delta, United and US Airways 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 Lineâ€™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 two 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.
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
A three hour drive south of Sacramento is the famous Yosemite National Park, home of three 2,000+ foot waterfalls (above).
during all four seasons at Lake Tahoe.