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Opponent at Cal PORTLAND STATE (A Salute to Heroes) at Univ. San Diego at Weber State at San Jose State SOUTH DAKOTA* (Homecoming) SOUTH ALABAMA (Parents’ Weekend) SOUTHERN UTAH* (Oktoberfest) at North Dakota* at Cal Poly* (Battle for the Golden Horseshoe) SACRAMENTO STATE (Causeway Classic)

Location Time Berkeley, CA 1 PM DAVIS, CA 6 PM San Diego, CA 6:05 PM Ogden, UT 5 PM San Jose, CA 5 PM DAVIS, CA 6 PM DAVIS, CA 2 PM DAVIS, CA 4 PM Grand Forks, ND 10 AM San Luis Obispo, CA 6:05 PM DAVIS, CA 4 PM

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Small town. Big school. UC Davis is ranked 16th among public universities nationwide by the National Research Council, is listed 11th among public universities nationwide by U.S. News & World Report; and is 10th in research funding among all U.S. ranked public universities by the National Science Foundation. The campus is a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities, one of just 62 institutions of higher learning to be admitted to this distinguished group. Founded in 1908 as the University Farm amid the fertile fields of the state’s Central Valley, UC Davis embarks on a centennial celebration during the 2008-09 academic year. The campus encompasses the colleges of Letters and Science, Engineering, Biological Sciences, and Agricultural and Environmental Sciences; and professional schools in Law, Management, Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, and Education. It also operates the UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento, one of the leading teaching and research hospitals in the nation. In 2007, the campus announced a $100 million in founding support from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation to launch the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing. This is a period of growth and change for UC Davis. The campus has seen growth in student, faculty and staff populations and is in the midst of more than $1 billion in new construction. New facilities do or will include new laboratories, new classrooms and new student sports and recreation facilities. Thanks to the generosity of one of the world’s most renowned winemakers,

groundbreaking took place in 2005 on the Robert Mondavi Institute for Wine and Food Science.  The Robert and Margrit Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts opened in 2002 and is a showcase part of the campus. UC Davis has enjoyed a distinguished history in athletics as it continues a new era in NCAA Division I. The Aggies are official members in most sports in the Big West Conference which includes fellow UC campuses Irvine, Riverside and Santa Barbara. The transition to Division I brought to an end a successful Division II era in which UC Davis captured six Directors’ Cups in eight years, awarded annually to the most successful athletics program in the country. UC Davis also twice received recognition from Sports Illustrated for Women as the top Div. II school for women while Sports Illustrated has also previously honored the institution. In addition to 26 varsity sports (14 for women and 12 for men), the campus offers nearly 40 student-organized club sports. Women's field hockey will become the 27th varsity sport when it begins competition in 2009. And each year, more than 19,000 students participate in intramural sports. All students can enjoy abundant on- and off-campus recreational facilities for tennis, softball, basketball, volleyball and golf. Given the area’s Mediterranean climate, outdoor recreation continues year round. The program is also among the nation’s leaders in NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship recipients and has had three winners of the prestigious NCAA Woman of the Year Award, tied for the most among all schools in the country.


Table of Contents PROGRAM INFO

2010 OPPONENTS

2010 Quick Facts................................................................................ 2 Media Information & Policies.............................................................. 3 2010 Roster..................................................................................44-45

California.......................................................................................... 58 Portland State.................................................................................... 59 San Diego.......................................................................................... 60 Weber State....................................................................................... 61 San Jose State.................................................................................... 62 South Dakota.................................................................................... 63 South Alabama.................................................................................. 64 Southern Utah................................................................................... 65 North Dakota.................................................................................... 66 Cal Poly............................................................................................. 67 Sacramento State............................................................................... 68 Series History vs. 2010 Opponents...............................................69-71

COACHES Head Coach Bob Biggs........................................................................ 4 Mike Moroski/Mark Johnson/Greg Chapla........................................... 5 Matt Wade/Nevan Bergan/Tim Plough/Timothy Keane........................ 6 Jeff Copp/Jason Fisk/Dallas Sartz/Josh Flushman................................. 7

AGGIE PLAYERS Dre Allen/Dozie Amajoyi..................................................................... 8 Ish Anderson/Nick Aprile.................................................................... 9 Robert Ayotte/Brooks Baker/Andrew Benjamin.................................. 10 Brett Bettencourt/Jonathan Calhoun/Aaron Colldeweih..................... 11 Marshall Congdon/Sean Creadick.................................................12-13 Corbin Cutshaw/Sean Davies............................................................. 14 Chad Davis/Al Doiron/Stephen Dunstan............................................ 15 Galvin Emesibe/Bobby Erskine/Miguel Flores.................................... 16 Jeff Freeman/Brock Galvin................................................................. 17 Ethan Garrett/Tommy Grillo.............................................................. 18 Byron Gruendl/Danny Hart............................................................... 19 Tom Hemmingsen/Austin Heyworth/Aarynn Jones............................ 20 Khalid Jones/Anthony Kaspar/Sean Kelley......................................... 21 Tim Ketaily/Nick King/Jimmy Kunkel............................................... 22 Victor Lee/Kevyn Lewis..................................................................... 23 Sean Maraz/Reggie Mason/Jacob Maxson........................................... 24 Tom McConnell/Marquis Nicolis....................................................... 25 Marcus North/Wesley O’Brien/Ryan O’Holleran................................. 26 Hunter Pahl/Ivan Perez/Jonathan Perkins.......................................... 27 Neil Pierce/Josh Reese........................................................................ 28 Frederick Rice................................................................................... 29 Dean Rogers/Colton Schmidt............................................................. 30 Cameron Sentance/Nolan Sheldon/Patrick Sheldon........................... 31 Derek Shutt/Kirk Skierski/Dwight Smith........................................... 32 Eric Sobotka/Brandon Sofley............................................................. 33 Anthony Soto/Mark Tos..................................................................... 34 Joe Trombetta.................................................................................... 35 Ryan Troy/Brandon Tucker................................................................ 36 Ray Wilburn/Randy Wright/Elon Wyatt............................................. 37 Marques Barron/Alex Cannon/Mike Cody/Ryan Dimino/ Doug Drakeley/Austin Edmonson.................................................. 38 Jacob Fry/Corey Galindo/Jordan Glass/Asher Gotzmer/ Dominic Greco/Jabari Howard........................................................ 39 Giovanni Javier/Ian Joseph/Garth Keffer/London Lacy/ Jay Luchetti/Jonathan Maricic......................................................... 40 Dallas Mohorovich/Zach Perron/Steven Pitts/Ian Rhodes/ Earnest Sayles III/Colton Silveria.................................................... 41 Taylor Sloat/Jake Waas/Joey Waters/Troy Yudin................................. 42

HISTORY Series Records................................................................................... 72 Postseason History & Records........................................................... 73 Year-by-Year Records....................................................................74-75 Attendance Records........................................................................... 75 Year-by-Year Scores.......................................................................76-80 Biggest Wins & Losses....................................................................... 81 Year-by-Year Team Statistics (1960-Present)..................................82-83

AGGIE RECORD BOOK Individual Records.......................................................................84-86 Team Records.................................................................................... 87 Top Single-Game Performances....................................................88-91 Individual Season Top 10 Lists.....................................................92-93 Team Season Top 10 Lists.............................................................94-95 Career Top 10 Lists.......................................................................96-98 Longest Plays..................................................................................... 99 Last Time It Happened....................................................................100

HONOR ROLL First-Team All-Americans................................................................101 First-Team All-Conference Honorees........................................102-103 Additional Award Winners.............................................................. 104 All-Time Captains............................................................................105 Aggies in Postseason All-Star Games................................................106 Team Awards............................................................................107-108 Aggies in the Pros............................................................................108 Cal Aggie Athletic Hall of Fame.......................................................109 All-Time Letterwinners.............................................................110-119

ABOUT THE CAMPUS This is UC Davis................................................................................i-ii UC Davis Athletics Staff..................................................................iii-iv Facilities Overview.......................................................................... v-vi Serving The Student-Athlete.............................................................. vii

2009 REVIEW Season Gallery................................................................................... 43 Team Statistics................................................................................... 46 Individual Statistics......................................................................47-48 Game-By-Game Team Stats................................................................ 49 Great West Football Conference Recap.........................................50-51 Game-by-Game Capsules.............................................................52-57

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UC Davis Football Quick Facts School Address Established/Founded Enrollment Nickname Colors National Affiliation Conference Home Site Surface

University of California, Davis (UC Davis) One Shields Avenue / Davis, CA 95616 1905/1908 32,153 Aggies Yale Blue & Gold NCAA Division I FCS Great West Conference Aggie Stadium (10,849) Artificial (Sportexe)

Chancellor Director of Athletics Senior Associate A.D. Compliance, Eligibility & Sports Med.. Ext. Affairs & Resource Dev.: Executive Assistant A.D. Business Operations: Assistant A.D.s Media Relations: Football Ops & Event Mgmt: Marketing & Promotions: Compliance: Development: Faculty Athletic Rep. Head Athletic Trainer Director of Academic Services

Dr. Linda Katehi (Athens Polytechnic ’77) Greg Warzecka (California ’73) Nona Richardson (Michigan State ’83) Cindy Spiro (Pacific ’76) Mike Bazemore (Sam Houston State ’82) Mike Robles (Cal Poly ’88) Josh Flushman (UC Davis ’00) Scott Brayton (UC Davis ‘94) Jennifer Cardone (Adelphi ‘90) Mike Angius (UC Davis ‘77) Dr. Catherine VandeVoort (Iowa State ’72) Jeff Hogan (UC Davis ’81) Michelle Roppeau (Carleton)

Head Coach Office Best Time To Call

Bob Biggs (UC Davis ’73) 222 Hickey Gym One Shields Avenue Davis, CA 95616 Contact Athletics Media Relations

Career Record Record at UC Davis

130-66-1 (17 years) Same

Director of Football Operations Office Phone

Josh Flushman, 4th Year (UC Davis ’00) (530) 752-3525

Co-Offensive Coordinator/TEs Defensive Coordinator/LBs Running Backs/Special Teams WRs/Recruiting/Co-Pass Cd. Defensive Line Defensive Line Offensive Line Cornerbacks Safeties Quarterbacks/Co-Passing Coord.

Mike Moroski (UC Davis ’79) Mark Johnson (UC Davis ’90) Greg Chapla (UC Davis ’89) Matt Wade (Saint Mary’s ’93) Dallas Sartz (USC ’07) Jason Fisk (Stanford ’95) Timothy Keane (UC Davis ’06) Nevan Bergan (UC Davis ’08) Jeff Copp (Boise State ’01) Tim Plough (UC Davis ’08)

Media Relations Contact Email Office Phone Cell Phone Media Relations FAX Aggies on the Web Assistant Media Relations DIrs.

Mike Robles merobles@ucdavis.edu (530) 752-3680 (530) 979-1747 (530) 754-5674 http://www.ucdavisaggies.com Mark Honbo (UC Davis ’94) Amanda Piechowski (San Diego ‘06) Ryan Burns (Geneva College ’08)

Aggies on the Web

http://www.ucdavisaggies.com

2009 Record Final National Ranking Highest National Ranking 2009 Postseason

6-5, 3-1 GWC (1st) None No. 28 by TSN, T30 by FCS Coaches None

Basic Offense Basic Defense Letterwinners Returning Starters Returning

Spread 4-3 51/20 17 (8 off., 6 def., 3 special teams)

MEDIA OUTLETS NEWSPAPERS Davis Enterprise P.O. Box 1470 Davis, CA 95617 Phone: 530/756-0803 x259 FAX: 530/756-1668 Sacramento Bee 2100 Q Street Sacramento, CA 95814 Phone: 800/950-1400 FAX: 916/326-5503 Woodland Daily Democrat 711 Main Street Woodland, CA 95695 Phone: 530/406-6236 FAX: 530/406-6262



California Aggie (campus paper) 25 Lower Freeborn Hall One Shields Avenue Davis, CA 95616 Phone: 530/752-9888 FAX: 530/752-0355

KFBK 1530 AM 1440 Ethan Way, Suite 200 Sacramento, CA 95818 Phone: 916/924-3901 FAX: 916/921-5555

KXTV Channel 10 (ABC) 400 Broadway Sacramento, CA 95801 Phone: 916/321-3333 FAX: 916/447-6107

Vacaville Reporter Box 1509 Vacaville, CA 95688 Phone: 707/448-6401 FAX: 707/447-8411

KDVS 90.3 FM (campus station) 14 Lower Freeborn Hall One Shields Avenue Davis, CA 95616 Phone: 530/752-0728 FAX: 530/752-8548

KOVR Channel 13 (CBS) 2713 KOVR Drive Sacramento, CA 95605 Phone: 916/374-1335 FAX: 916/374-1304

RADIO

TELEVISION

KHTK 1140 AM 5244 Madison Blvd. Sacramento, CA 95815 Phone: 916/923-9200 FAX: 916/646-3418

KCRA Channel 3 (NBC) 3 Television Circle Sacramento, CA 95814 Phone: 916/325-3294 FAX: 916/441-4050

KTXL Channel 40 (Fox) 4655 Fruitridge Road Sacramento, CA 95820 Phone: 916/454-4548 FAX: 916/739-0559 KUVS Channel 19 (Univision) 1710 Arden Way Sacramento, CA 95815 Phone: 916/614-1974

WIRE SERVICES Associated Press (Sacramento) 1215 K Street, Suite 960 Sacramento, CA 95814-3946 Phone: 916/448-9555 FAX: 916/446-2756 Associated Press (S.F.) 303 Second Street, Suite 680 North San Francisco, CA 94107 Phone: 415/495-1708 FAX: 415/495-4967 PA SportsTicker 55 Reality Drive, Suite 200 Cheshire, CT 06410 Phone: 800/367-8935 FAX: 800/336-0383

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Media Information Listed below are media policies and information to assist you in your coverage of the Aggies. Please let us know how we may serve you throughout upcoming football season. Note: all policies are tentative. Please consult the weekly game notes for any changes in media policies. INTERVIEWS Media are requested to provide at least 24 hours notice to help ensure player/coach availability and to confirm practice times. Players will return phone calls (collect, if necessary) when requested. Home and/or cell phone numbers will not be provided at any time. Media are encouraged to conduct interviews after practice due to better player availability. Practices are open to the media and conducted primarily at Aggie Stadium. CREDENTIALS Media credentials must be requested by Thursdays at noon, either by email or phone call to Mike Robles. Credentials will be available on gameday at the West entrance to Aggie Stadium. Access to the sidelines is limited to teams, game personnel and working media. All media must have a game-specific sideline credential and remain outside the team areas (which are between the 25-yard lines) at all times. PARKING On practice days, park in any non-metered, general spot and place a media business card in the lower-left area of the dashboard. Parking is available in Lot 56. On game days, Lot 53 (southwest of Aggie Stadium) will be available to media on a first-come, first-served

basis. Television stations wishing to set up for live broadcasts should contact Mike Robles during the week before the game for suitable locations. PRESS BOX SERVICES The press box at Aggie Stadium has limited seating and is available to media on a priority basis. High-speed internet access is available along with phone lines to transmit stories. POSTGAME INTERVIEWS Head coach Bob Biggs and selected players will be available 15 minutes after the game on the field on the north end of Aggie Stadium. A member of the athletics media relations staff will coordinate he interviews. Availability of visiting coaches and players are at the discretion of the visiting team’s sports information director but are generally outside the entrance of the team’s locker room or on the field. Locker rooms for both teams are closed to the media at all times. STATISTICS Statistics will be provided throughout the game. Full stat packets, including scoring summary, play-by-play, and team and individual stats, will be available following the game and distributed at the postgame press conference. RADIO LINE A courtesy phone line is available in the visiting radio booth. Dial “9” to access outside line. Please contact Mike Robles for any special telecommunication needs. ON THE ROAD Mike Robles travels with the Aggies and can help arrange player/ coach interviews. Contact him via cell phone. No interviews will be granted on gameday prior to kickoff. Robles will assist in postgame interviews either on the field, at the locker room or in another designated location. AGGIES ON THE WEB Complete football information, including media guide, statistics, game summaries, rosters, etc., is available on the Aggies’ athletics website, as well as information on all 23 varsity teams at UC Davis.

Scott Marsh Sports 1140 Play-by-Play

Doug Kelly Sports 1140 Analyst

Bill Herenda Sports 1140 Sidelines

STAYING TUNED TO THE AGGIES SPORTS 1140 AM Aggie football enters its 12th season on the airwaves of Sports 1140 (KHTK-AM). With its 50,000-watt signal, Sacramento’s sports and entertainment leader ensures that UC Davis football action can be heard throughout Northern California. Note: some games may be broadcast on KSFG 1690 AM due to scheduling conflicts on 1140 AM. STRETCH INTERNET UC Davis football can also be heard online at the Aggies’ athletics website, www.ucdavisaggies.com. Stretch Internet transmits the Sports 1140 broadcast via streaming audio. Click the “Live Audio” link on the site’s front page or the “Listen to Aggie Football” link on the football page.

www.ucdavisaggies.com CREDITS The 2010 Football Media Guide is a production of the UC Davis Athletics Media Relations Office. Electronic versions are available to the public on the athletics website (www.ucdavisaggies.com). Editors Cover Design Interior Design Original Research Additional Research & Editorial Assistance Photography

Mark Honbo, Mike Robles Scott Stevenson Mark Honbo Jim Doan, Tom Hall, Doug Dull Brian Berger, Erin Moneymaker, Jill Howard, Jennifer Sibilla Kristina Yun, Megan Miller, Victoria Zumwalt Wayne Tilcock, Jim von Rummelhoff, Ping Chou, Rick Rasmussen UC Davis News Service

KDVS 90.3 FM UC Davis’ campus station KDVS will carry select games of Aggie football. Fans may tune to 90.3 FM or listen online at www.kdvs.org.

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Coaching Staff

BOB BIGGS Head Coach 18th year as head coach 33rd year overall

Ask anyone close to the UC Davis football program about its head coach and you’ll tend to get the same response: “Not your typical football coach.” The compliment fits Bob Biggs. Despite running a program that played at the highest levels nationally at the NCAA Division II level and one that is quickly rising among the ranks of the Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS), Biggs has remained an accessible and engaging leader of the Aggies. Biggs’ stamp on the football program at UC Davis is one of success, intensity and intelligence that carried his teams to eight playoff appearances and an average of nine wins per year during his first decade. Now the second-winningest football coach in UC Davis history, Biggs trails only his mentor, Jim Sochor, on the all-time coaching victories list. His first win in the 1999 season was his 50th, making him one of the quickest coaches to reach that plateau in the nation regardless of division. With a win over former Great West Conference rival Northern Colorado in 2004, Biggs hit his 100th career win in just his 12th year. In 1993 and 2000, he was named American Football Coaches Association’s Region 5 College Division Coach of the Year. In 2002, he won Coach of the Year honors for the inaugural Independent Football Alliance. Then in 2009, Biggs was selected as the Great West Conference Coach of the Year while earning one of just 20 bids for the Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year Award. Additionally, Biggs earned a new position of leadership when he was selected as president of the AFCA FCS Executive Committee in 2009. Biggs has created an atmosphere in the Aggie football program that has maintained a level of relative continuity at UC Davis. Two assistants – offensive coordinator Mike Moroski and special teams/running backs coach Greg Chapla – are amidst their third decade on the Aggie coaching staff. A third coach, defensive coordinator Mark Johnson, enters his 11th season with the program. On the field, the offensive system developed by Biggs and Moroski has dumbfounded opponents and attracted top recruits who are seeking a balanced, intricate pro-style offense. Biggs, previously the quarterbacks coach, has seen four of his protegés enter the professional ranks. Khari Jones (1991-93) earned Canadian Football League MVP honors in 2001, Mark Grieb (1994-96) earned Arena Bowl MVP for the San Jose Sabercats in 2007, and Kevin Daft (1996-98) was a fifth-round draft choice of the Tennessee Titans in 1999. Most recently, J.T. O’Sullivan (1999-2001) was selected in the sixth round by the New Orleans Saints in 2002 and was chosen as Co-Offensive MVP of NFL Europe in 2007. In 2008, he was named as starting quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers. Currently, O’Sullivan is a member of the Cincinnati Bengals. Under Biggs’ guidance, the Aggies consistently ranked among the top Division II teams in the nation in total offense. In 2000, UC Davis averaged almost 520 yards per game, ranking among the national leaders during the regular season.



Biggs had similar success as a UC Davis quarterback. His legend was sealed in 1971 when he was the quarterback for the Aggies’ “Miracle Win” over Cal State Hayward. In that game, he directed a comeback that featured 16 points in the final 20 seconds and resulted in a 30-29 victory. That win paved the way for the first of UC Davis’ national-record 20 straight league titles. During his senior year in 1972, Biggs averaged 272.8 yards per game in total offense and was the leading passer in the nation at Division II (then known as the College Division). That year, he also became the Aggies’ first 2,000-yard passer, while setting the school record for attempts with 387, a mark that stayed intact for 21 years. He had four 300-yard passing games that fall, including a 399-yard day at San Francisco State. In his final game as a collegian, Biggs led UC Davis to Atlantic City, N.J., for the NCAA’s Boardwalk Bowl and a clash with Massachusetts. Playing the entire game with a broken finger, he set two national records in the Aggies’ 35-14 loss. His record 59 passes that day established a Division II postseason record. Biggs, a member of the Cal Aggie Athletics Hall of Fame, was an Associated Press Little All-American that season. He graduated in 1973 with a double major in political science and history. Biggs played professionally with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the Canadian Football League and the Portland Storm of the World Football League. He also spent time in the training camp of the NFL’s Denver Broncos. Biggs came back to his alma mater to join the coaching staff in 1978. He became the offensive coordinator in 1987 and was the assistant head coach in 1991 and 1992 before taking the head coaching position in 1993. In his first year as head football coach, the Aggies went 10-2, were co-champions of the American West Conference and reached the second round of the NCAA Playoffs for the first time in 10 years. He was also named AFCA Region Coach of the Year. Biggs also served as head men’s tennis coach from 1979 through 1988. In that span, he guided the Aggies to five NCAA Championships appearances, including a third-place finish in 1986. Bob and his wife Diane have two sons, Ryan and Kyle.

Biggs At A Glance COACHING RECORD Career Record (17 yrs.) . ......130-66-1 (.662) Aggie Stadium . ..........................11-5-0 (.688) Toomey Field ............................60-17-1 (.776) Hughes Stadium . .......................2-0-0 (1.000) Road . ........................................57-44-0 (.564) Postseason . ...............................11-8-0 (.579) Causeway Classic ......................13-4-0 (.765) vs. Division I (FBS or FCS)* . ..59-45-0 (.567) vs. Division II* .........................67-21-1 (.758) vs. Other ....................................4-0-0 (1.000) * includes FCS provisional teams in 2nd year or later August .............................................0-1 (.000) September ................................37-25-1 (.595) October .....................................53-18-0 (.746) November . ...............................40-18-0 (.690) December . ....................................0-4-0 (.000) vs. ’10 Opponents .....................41-22 (.651)

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Coaching Staff

MIKE MOROSKI Offensive Coordinator Tight Ends 23rd Year

In more than 20 years at the helm of the Aggie offense, Moroski has developed one of the most prodigious systems in college football. The 2000 squad averaged just shy of 520 yards and 47 points per game, finishing second among Division II teams in each category. The 2001 team again ranked among the top 10 in those departments, totalling 511 yards and 41 points per contest during the regular season. Like head coach Bob Biggs, Moroski is among the most successful quarterbacks in the history of a program that has produced a seemingly endless line of great passers. In his career from 1975 to 1978, he set numerous school records and earned back-to-back Far West Conference Player of the Year honors in his final two seasons. Additionally, Moroski was one of the top pitchers on the Aggie baseball team. He was enshrined into the Cal Aggie Athletic Hall of Fame in 1985. Moroski was drafted by the Atlanta Falcons in the sixth round – 154th overall – of the 1979 draft, becoming the first UC Davis quarterback to achieve active status in the NFL. He played for Atlanta (1979-84), Houston (1985) and San Francisco (1986). Moroski has the honor of being one of a handful of quarterbacks who has thrown a touchdown pass to the legendary Jerry Rice. After his NFL career, he returned to his alma mater in 1988 to coach the junior varsity team. He has remained at UC Davis since then, moving up the ladder to his current role as offensive coordinator. Originally from Novato, Calif., Moroski completed his bachelor’s degree in managerial economics in 1979 then earned a teaching credential in mathematics and a master’s degree in educational psychology. He and wife, Cathie, reside in Davis. They have four children, Nate, Will, Ben and Emilie.

MARK JOHNSON Defensive Coordinator 11th Year

coach and head coach for the freshman team in from 1990 to 1994. He then spent a year as a graduate assistant at Oregon in 1995, helping the Ducks advance to the Cotton Bowl. Johnson subsequently mentored San Jose State’s running backs in 1996 before returning to UC Davis to assist Fred Arp and former Aggie coach Tony Franks on defensive line and linebackers, respectively. The Vacaville, Calif. native then returned to the Division I ranks the following year, serving as defensive line coach at Boise State from 1998 to 1999, where he teamed up with another former Aggie, then-assistant Dan Hawkins. Johnson then joined the Nevada staff in 2000 and 2001 before making his third stop at UC Davis as a linebackers coach from 2002 to 2004. Johnson played linebacker for UC Davis before graduating in 1990 with a bachelor’s degree in sociology. He later earned his master’s in recreation administration from Sacramento State in 1994. He and his wife Amy reside in Woodland with their son Cooper and daughter Olivia.

GREG CHAPLA Running Backs Special Teams 22nd Year

Coach Chapla enters his third decade in a multi-faceted role on the UC Davis coaching staff. In his Aggie tenure, he has served as a coach for running backs, special teams and tight ends. Chapla has also been the program’s strength and conditioning specialist, as well as offensive line coach for the freshman team. As running backs coach, he mentored three of the top six all-time Aggie rushers: Preston Jackson (1991-93), Jermaine Rucker (1995-96) and G.P. Muhammad (1995-98). Like many of his colleagues on the Aggie staff, Chapla is an alumnus of UC Davis. He lettered two years as a running back, totalling 316 yards during the 1987 and 1988 seasons. Chapla also played two years at Butte College before transferring to the Aggie program. A native of Orland, Calif., Chapla earned his bachelor’s degree in exercise science from UC Davis in 1989, then completed his master’s degree in recreation administration from Sacramento State in 1997. He and his wife Kathy reside in Davis with their daughters Hannah, Rebekah and Sarah. Chapla is an active member of the Grace Valley Christian Center, where he and offensive coordinator Mike Moroski have run a successful youth football camp.

Coach Johnson returned to UC Davis with his fourth stint at his alma mater in 2009, this time as a defensive coordinator. He previously served four years in a different Aggie program – Utah State – as both D.C. and linebackers coach. In 2005, the first season under his tutelage, USU ranked among the Western Athletic Conference leaders in rushing defense, passing defense and total defense. After his playing career at UC Davis, Johnson served as a linebackers

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MATT WADE

TIM PLOUGH

Receivers Co-Pass Game Coordinator Recruiting Coordinator 4th Year

Quarterbacks Co-Pass Game Coordinator 2nd Year

Wade enters his fourth year as an assistant coach with the Aggies after assisting both the offensive and defensive staffs in 2006. He primarily works with wide receivers after coaching tight ends in 2009. Wade also serves as the program’s recruiting coordinator. Prior to UC Davis, Wade was an assistant coach from 2001-05 at Ygnacio Valley High School in Concord where he coached defensive backs, receivers, quarterbacks and, in 2005, was co-offensive coordinator. Wade graduated from Saint Mary’s College in 2003, earning his bachelor’s degree in business administration. He added a Certified Teaching Credential in business and physical education and a master’s degree in education, both from Chapman University. Matt and his wife Natalie were married in June of 2008.

NEVAN BERGAN

TIM KEANE

Cornerbacks 3rd Year

Offensive Line 2nd Year

Former Aggie standout Nevan Bergan enters his third year with his alma mater’s coaching staff, serving as cornerbacks coach. He previously held an administrative role with the UC Davis program as a defensive assistant in 2007. Bergan enjoyed his finest season as a junior in 2005, leading the Great West Football Conference and ranking 3rd in the D-I Football Championship Subdivision in interceptions. In that year, he posted seven picks with 10 pass breakups for a total of 17 passes defended (fifth nationally), while adding 43 tackles. Bergan was voted as the team’s Outstanding Back in 2005, while adding second-team All-GWFC honors. He served as team captain as a senior in 2006, ranking among the Aggie leaders with 54 tackles. Bergan graduated from UC Davis with a degree in economics.



A four-year Aggie letterwinner, Plough made the transition from offensive administrative assistant to a member of the coaching staff in 2009. He enters his second year working with the Aggie quarterbacks. Plough played four years for UC Davis, earning the starting job as a senior in 2007. In that season, he completed better than 64 percent of his passes for 1,355 yards and 11 touchdowns. Before arriving at UC Davis, Plough was a two-sport standout at Ramona High School, earning All-Valley League honors in both football and baseball as a senior. He added second-team All-San Diego Section distinction in 2002 while setting school records for completions (312) and passing yards (5,005). Plough graduated from UC Davis in 2008 with a degree in history.

A four-year Aggie letterwinner and two-year starting center, Keane begins in 2010 his second stint as an assistant coach with UC Davis. He previously assisted Mike Moroski with the offensive line in 2007. Keane returns to UC Davis after serving as a graduate assistant at Tulane for the previous two years. Keane started 22 straight games during his junior and senior seasons, capturing the team’s Bob Oliver Award as the program’s “unsung hero” in both years. He is the first Aggie player to win that honor more than once. In 2006, Keane was part of an offensive line that allowed just 13 sacks in 419 passing plays. As a prep player at Palm Springs HS, Keane garnered first-team All-Desert Valley League honors as a junior and senior after earning honorable mention his sophomore year. Keane completed his degree in psychology at UC Davis in 2006. He and his wife Carrie were married this summer.

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JEFF COPP

JASON FISK

Safeties 2nd Year

Defensive Line 1st Year

A former All-Big West Conference Boise State defensive lineman and a participant in two Humanitarian Bowls, Jeff Copp joined the UC Davis football program as a safeties coach in 2009. Copp spent the previous four seasons as a safeties and special teams coach at Utah State, working alongside fellow UC Davis coach Mark Johnson (now the Aggie defensive coordinator). Prior to his tenure in Logan, Copp served as a defensive ends coach at Idaho State in 2004 and as a graduate assistant at Arizona State from 2001 to 2003. Copp earned his bachelor’s degree in health sciences from Boise State in 2001 then added a master’s degree in higher education at ASU. He is married to the former Amanda Konzelman.

DALLAS SARTZ Defensive Line 1st Year

Sartz begins his first year with the Aggies, helping coach the defensive line with Jason Fisk. He brings extensive experience to the program after a standout career as a linebacker at USC from 2002-06 before being drafted in the fifth round of the 2007 NFL Draft by the Washington Redskins. He later signed free-agent contracts with both the Minnesota Vikings and the Seattle Seahawks. Sartz, who grew up in nearby Granite Bay, took over starting duties at strongside linebacker for the Trojans during his sophomore season in 2003 and held the role until injury sidelined him early in the 2006 campaign. He returned in 2006, finishing with 70 tackles, including seven sacks, while earning honorable mention honors from the Pac-10. Sartz, a two-time team captain, played in four bowl games during his USC career, including the 2003 Rose Bowl when the Trojans captured one of two national championships during his career. He also played in the 2003 and 2005 Orange Bowls as well as the 2006 Rose Bowl. USC was 32-2 when he started for the USC defense. Sartz earned his communication degree from USC in 2007, adding a minor in business law.

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Jason Fisk, a local product who attended Davis High School before enjoying an oustanding career at Stanford, is in his first year coaching the UC Davis defensive line along with Dallas Sartz. Fisk came to the Aggies after serving as assistant coach at his high school alma mater. Fisk enjoyed a prolific NFL career from 1995-2006 with the Minnesota Vikings, Tennesee Titans, San Diego Chargers, Cleveland Browns and St. Louis Rams. He finished his career with 222 total tackles including 19 sacks after entering the league as a seventh-round draft pick of the Vikings in 1995. Fisk played in Super Bowl XXXIV, recording a sack of the Rams’ Kurt Warner, and came within one game of advancing to the Super Bowl with the Vikings during the 1997 season. Fisk was a standout defensive tackle for Stanford from 1991-94, leading the Cardinal in sacks (6) and tackles-for-losses (11) as a senior and subsequently earning selection to the prestigious East-West Shrine Game. He earned degrees in psychology and biology from Stanford in 1995. Fisk and his wife, Miriam, have three children; Julia (14), Tucker (11) and Carmen (7).

JOSH FLUSHMAN Assistant Athletics Director Dir. of Football Operations 4th Year

Flushman begins is fourth season with UC Davis, overseeing administrative responsibilities for all aspects of the Aggies’ growing NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision program. He also handles oversight and administration of all youth sports camps at UC Davis while coordinating event management duties for home athletics events. Flushman, a 2000 graduate in psychology from UC Davis, was the Director of Olympic Sports at Cal during the 2006-07 academic year after serving as Olympic Sports Operations Assistant since early 2001. As director, he managed day-to-day and long-term operations for 24 men’s and women’s Olympic sports at Cal while advising and assisting in all aspects of the programs including budgeting, NCAA rules compliance, event management, recruiting and other duties. Flushman held similar duties as an assistant. Besides majoring in psychology at UC Davis, Flushman earned a minor in human development. He later earned a master’s in sports psychology from John F. Kennedy University in 2005. 




Aggie Returnees

DRE ALLEN Cornerback 5-10 • 185 • RFr. Compton, Calif. Mayfair HS ’09

2 2009: Redshirted. MAYFAIR HS ’09: Captured All-State and All-Southern Section honors as a senior, posting 65 tackles and five interceptions... Twice earned All-Suburban League first-team accolades... Selected as Special Teams Player of the Year as a sophomore... Helped team to two CIF-SS quarterfinal appearances plus a berth in the section title game (2008)... Four-year All-Academic honoree. PERSONAL: Born in Compton, Calif.... Majoring in exercise biology... Mother is LaTrina Thomas... Full first name is Andre but prefers “Dre”... Hopes for career in African-American studies.

DOZIE AMAJOYI Linebacker 6-1 • 245 • Sr. San Bernardino, Calif. Aquinas HS ’06

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2009: Started 10 of 11 games, finishing T3rd on team with 50 tackles (25 solos, 25 assists)... Delivered sacks vs. Western Oregon and Sacramento State... Hit Montana for 8 tackles, including 7 solos... Set career best of 9 stops (5-4-9) at Southern Utah... Also posted big defensive charts vs. WOU (5-1-6), South Dakota (2-5-7) and Portland State (0-6-6). 2008: Appeared in 11 of 12 games, making first career start vs. Cal Poly... Finished with 44 total tackles (24 solos, 20 assists)... Had 6.5 tackles for losses of 33 yards, including 2.0 sacks for 15 yards... Tallied 8 tackles (5 solos, 3 assists) with 3-for-14 TFLs in home win vs. Iona, then followed with 7 tackles (6-1-7) with an 8-yard sack vs. North Dakota a week later... The latter performance earned him both team and GWC Defensive Player of the Week honors. 2007: Played in all 11 games as a reserve linebacker... Posted 14 solo tackles and 17 assists for 31 total stops... Enjoyed particularly strong second half, tallying 6 tackles (4 solos, 2 assists) vs. Cal Poly, 8 (2-6) vs. Southern Utah and 5 (4-1) vs. South Dakota State... Had one sack for the year, a key 12-yarder vs. Josh Johnson in season-ending win vs. San Diego... Posted first career interception vs. Sacramento State, picking off Jason Smith’s attempt for an 8-yard return. 2006: Co-winner (with Greg Denham) of team’s GEORGE BELENIS AWARD as outstanding redshirt... Selected as team’s Scout Defense Player of the Week after Cal Poly game.



AQUINAS HS ’06: Ranked 2nd in California in rushing as a senior, totalling 3,006 yards with 30 touchdowns... Averaged 214.7 ypg and 10.5 yards per carry... On defense, earned 131 total tackles (80 solos, 51 assists)... Also had 2.5 sacks and a fumble recovery... Selected as both Offensive Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year for the Christian League... Also named Southern Section Division 12 Offensive MVP... Led team to 13-1 record and CIF-SS Division 12 title... Earned Presidential Academic Award, Scholar-Athlete of the Year honors and was a National Honor Society member. PERSONAL: Born in Austin, Texas... Majoring in sociology... Parents are Vincent & Eugenia Amajoyi... Older brother, Obi, played cornerback at California... Younger brother, Chike, is a linebacker at Stanford... Career highlight was rushing for 3,000 yards in a season... Career plans are to become a physician for a professional sports team.

AMAJOYI CAREER STATS 2007 2008 2009 Totals

GP 11 11 11 33

Tackles UT AT TT TFL Yds 14 17 31 1.5 13 24 20 44 6.5 33 25 25 50 2.0 11 63 62 125 10.0 57

Sack 1.0 2.0 2.0 5.0

Yds 12 15 11 38

Pass Def. Int Yds PBU 1 8 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 8 1

Fumbles FF FR Yds BK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

AMAJOYI CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2007 WESTERN WASHINGTON at Portland State at Eastern Washington NORTHEASTERN at San Jose State at North Dakota State CAL POLY at Southern Utah SOUTH DAKOTA STATE at Sacramento State SAN DIEGO

UT 0 1 0 0 0 1 4 2 4 0 2

AT 0 1 1 2 0 1 2 6 1 2 1

TT 0 2 1 0 0 2 6 8 5 0 3

TFL Yds

2008 UT at San Jose State at Central Arkansas 1 PORTLAND STATE 1 at Montana 0 at Northeastern 1 NORTHERN COLORADO 1 SOUTHERN UTAH 2 IONA 5 NORTH DAKOTA 6 SACRAMENTO STATE 0 at Cal Poly 2 at San Diego 5

AT dnp 1 2 5 0 0 0 3 1 2 6 0

TT

TFL Yds

2009 at Fresno State MONTANA WESTERN OREGON at Boise State at South Dakota WINSTON-SALEM STATE at Portland State at Southern Utah CAL POLY NORTH DAKOTA at Sacramento State

AT 3 1 1 1 5 0 6 4 0 1 3

TT 4 8 6 1 7 1 6 9 1 2 5

UT 1 7 5 0 2 1 0 5 1 1 2

2 3 5 1 1 2 8 7 2 8 5

0.5 1 1.0 12

0.5

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1.0 2 1.0 1 3.0 14 1.0 8

TFL Yds 1.0

5

1.0

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ISH ANDERSON

NICK APRILE

Fullback 5-11 • 250 • Jr. Oakland, Calif. McClymonds HS ’07

Defensive Back 6-1 • 212 • So. Fresno, Calif. Escalon HS ’08

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2009: Started all 11 games at fullback (23 consecutive for his career)... Recorded no stats but was vital in role as solid lead blocker with 29 pancake blocks. 2008: Won MIKE WISE AWARD as team’s outstanding freshman of the year... Started all 12 games at fullback... Posted 2 carries for 4 yards plus 2 catches for 9 yards and a TD... All ground stats were in home win vs. Iona... Scored first career TD on 4-yarder vs. Portland State. 2007: Redshirted. McCLYMONDS HS ’07: Ranked 23rd nationally among prep fullbacks, according to ESPN.com... Also a one-star recruit by Scout.com... Named to All-Oakland Athletic League first team as a senior and honorable mention the previous two seasons... Was also selected All-Metro honorable mention in 2006... Rushed for 178 yards, 6 TD’s and posted 200 receiving yards and 3 receving TD’s during senior season... Helped team to 31-7-1 record during three years, winning a trio of league titles... Credited with 82 pancake blocks, including 39 as a senior... Had 258 all-purpose yards and 6 TD’s as a junior... Was also a member of wrestling team which finished second in the Oakland Athletic League during his first three seasons of participation. PERSONAL: Born in Oakland, Calif.... Sociology major... Parents are Eugene Anderson and Alisa Bourne... Name is short for “Ishman”... Career highlight was converting a 4th-and-9 with a 26-yard reception against rival Skyline HS... Event he wishes he had seen in person: UC Davis’ upset of Stanford in 2005... Would like to see more publicity given to blocking backs... As such, lists Brian Leonard as one of his sports heroes.

ANDERSON CAREER STATS 2008 2009 Totals

GP 12 11 23

Rushing Att Gain Loss Net Avg. Long TD 2 4 0 4 2.0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 2 4 0 4 2.0 3 0

Receiving Rec Yds 2 9 0 0 2 9

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2009: Appeared in all 11 games as a reserve defensive back and as the ball handler in the team’s variation of the Wildcat formation... Rushed for 123 yards and four TDs on 29 carries... Two of his scores came in 2nd quarter at Sacramento State... Posted 7 tackles (5 solos, 2 assists) on defense... Nabbed first career INT vs. Winston-Salem State, picking off a Branden Williams pass to end Rams’ final possession... Selected as team’s Offensive Player of the Week after Southern Utah game, tallying 5-for-56 rushing stats and hitting Dean Rogers for a 6-yard TD pass. 2008: Redshirted... Selected as Scout Defense Player of the Week after Montana game. ESCALON HS ’08: Selected as Trans Valley League Offensive Player of the Year as a senior quarterback... Rushed for 975 yards and 10 touchdowns while adding 540 passing yards and five scores... Selected to Cal-Hi Sports all-state second team... Team finished 10-2 overall in each of his two varsity seasons... Passed for 879 yards and rushed for 427 as a junior... Also lettered in basketball and baseballl... Earned All-TVL honorable mention as a junior in basketball, while batting .302 with 14 steals that spring on the diamond. PERSONAL: Born in Fresno, Calif.... Majoring in communication... Parents are Mike Aprile (father) and Ellen & Jim Clare (mother and stepfather)... Career plans are simply “to work for a high-profile business.”

APRILE CAREER STATS 2009

GP 11

Rushing Rush Yds Avg Long 29 126 4.2 12

TD 4

Defense UT AT TT Int Yds PBU 5 2 7 1 6 0

TD 1 0 1




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ROBERT AYOTTE

ANDREW BENJAMIN

Offensive Line 6-6 • 295 • Jr. West Torrance, Calif. West Torrance HS ’07

Defensive Line 6-1 • 270 • So. Sacramento, Calif. Jesuit HS ’08

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2009: Switched to left tackle, starting 8 of 9 games played. 2008: Played in all 12 games... Started at right tackle in season’s second half, beginning with Northern Colorado. 2007: Redshirted... Co-winner (with Victor Lee) of team’s GEORGE BELENIS AWARD as outstanding redshirt of the year... Named Scout Offense Player of the Week after South Dakota State weekend. WEST TORRANCE HS ’07: Played offensive tackle and defensive end, helping team to 12-1-1 record and Bay League Western Conference title and Southern Section titles in 2006... Part of offense that averaged 32.8 ppg... Earned All-Southern Section Western Division, All-Bay League and All-Daily Breeze first teams that year... Earned All-Bay League second-team honors in 2005. PERSONAL: Born in Monterey, Calif.... Majoring in communication... Parents are Peter & Tracy Ayotte, whom he lists as his non-sports heroes... Proudest accomplishment was being named team captain as a high school senior.

BROOKS BAKER Wide Receiver 6-2 • 197 • So. Lafayette, Calif. Acalanes HS ’08

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2009: Played in all 11 games, starting 10 at right tackle... Recorded 12 solo stops and 11 assists for 23 total tackles... Had 3.5 tackles for losses of 8 yards... First career TFL was 3-yarder vs. Fresno State’s Michael Harris early in fourth quarter... Notched season-high 5 tackles (all assists) at South Dakota, then matched that mark (2 solos, 3 assists) in season finale at Sacramento State. 2008: Redshirted. JESUIT HS ’08: Earned first-team All-Delta River League honors as a junior and senior, including Lineman of the Year in 2007... Added second-team All-Sac-Joaquin Section and Sacramento Bee All-Metro honorable mention... Posted 71 tackles with 2 sacks and 9 QB hurries as a senior... Also starred in wrestling, qualifying for state championships and earning as high as No. 4 state ranking in heavyweight class... Fouryear honor roll and National Honor Society member. PERSONAL: Born in Sacramento, Calif.... Majoring in mechanical engineering... Parents are Michael & Khanna Benjamin... Cousin, Emmanuel, was a kicker for UC Davis... Two things few people know about him: he enjoys reading classical texts and his nationality is 100 percent Assyrian... Moment in history he wishes he could have witnessed was the Treaty of Westphalia (ended Thirty Years War)... Has worn a special armband during games for four years.

BENJAMIN CAREER STATS Tackles GP UT AT TT TFL Yds 2009 11 12 11 23 3.5 8

Sack Yds 0.0 0

Pass Def. Int Yds PBU 0 0 0

Fumbles FF FR Yds BK 0 0 0 0

BENJAMIN 2009 GAME-BY-GAME 2009: Appeared in 6 games, did not record any stats. 2008: Redshirted... Voted Scout Offense Player of the Week following Southern Utah game. ACALANES HS ’08: Earned first-team nods on All-Contra Costa Times and All-Diablo Foothill Athletic League squads, plus second-team all-state and all-metro as a senior... Finished with 55 catches, 1,130 yards and 17 touchdowns that year, following up 45-842-7 numbers in 2006... Two-time All-DFAL honoree. PERSONAL: Born in Walnut Creek, Calif.... Has not declared a major... Parents are Daniel & Laura Baker... Career highlight was scoring four TDs vs. Northgate HS.

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2009 at Fresno State MONTANA WESTERN OREGON at Boise State at South Dakota WINSTON-SALEM STATE at Portland State at Southern Utah CAL POLY NORTH DAKOTA at Sacramento State

UT 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 2 2 2

AT 1 0 0 0 5 0 0 2 0 0 3

TT 3 1 1 0 5 1 0 3 2 2 5

TFL Yds 1.0 3

0.5

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BRETT BETTENCOURT Defensive End 6-6 • 250 • RFr. Clovis, Calif. Clovis HS ’09

41 2009: Redshirted. CLOVIS HS ’09: Selected to All-Tri-River Athletic Conference first team, tallying 80 tackles (including eight for losses) and four sacks as a senior... Also voted Defensive MVP. PERSONAL: Born in Fresno, Calif.... Majoring in civil engineering... Parents are Bruce Bettencourt and Jennifer Catalano... Best advice he has received is “practice hard so that the games are easy.”

CALHOUN CAREER STATS 2008 2009 Totals

Tackles GP UT AT TT TFL Yds 12 6 0 6 0.0 0 11 7 3 10 0.0 0 23 13 3 16 0.0 0

3 2009: Played in 10 games, earning first career start vs. Western Oregon... Tallied 10 tackles (7 solos, 3 assists) with an interception and 2 pass breakups... First career pick came against Winston-Salem State’s Jarrett Dunston at 2-minute mark in fourth quarter. 2008: Appeared in all 12 games... Finished year with 6 tackles (all solos) with 2 pass breakups... Enjoyed best game vs. North Dakota, posting 3-0-3 tackles chart and a PBU. 2007: Redshirted... Selected as Scout Defense Player of the Week after the North Dakota State game. VERBUM DEI HS ’07: Recorded 68 tackles, 8 interceptions and 14 pass break-ups as a senior, ranking 18th among cornerbacks by Cal-Hi Sports... Two-time All-Camino Real League honoree... Also named to Los Angeles all-area team as a senior... Helped lead team to 11-3 mark and Southern Section title... Won school’s Most Dedicated Student-Athlete award... Played in inaugural East Meets West All-American Game in Orlando, Fla.... National Honor Society member. PERSONAL: Born in Long Beach, Calif.... Majoring in sociology, but hopes for career in physical therapy... Parents are Wayne Calhoun & Jean Wright-Calhoun... Avid bowler, would probably play that sport at UC Davis if not for football... Sports hero is DeAngelo Hall... Non-sports hero is his VDHS football coach, Kendric Knox.

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Pass Def. Int Yds PBU 0 0 2 1 10 2 1 10 4

Fumbles FF FR Yds BK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

CALHOUN 2009 GAME-BY-GAME 2009 UT at Fresno State 1 MONTANA 0 WESTERN OREGON 1 at Boise State at South Dakota 0 WINSTON-SALEM STATE 2

AT 0 0 0 dnp 0 0

TT 1 0 1 0 2

2009 at Portland State at Southern Utah CAL POLY NORTH DAKOTA at Sacramento State

UT 1 0 0 1 1

AT 0 0 0 1 2

TT 1 0 0 2 3

AARON COLLDEWEIH

JONATHAN CALHOUN Cornerback 5-10 • 185 • Jr. Long Beach, Calif. Verbum Dei HS ’07

Sack Yds 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0

Offensive Line 6-6 • 280 • So. Folsom, Calif. Folsom HS ’08

73 2009: On roster, but did not play. FOLSOM HS ’08: Captured first-team All-Delta River Conference honors as a senior tackle... Previously earned All-DRC honorable mention in 2006... Also lettered in volleyball and basketball, earning league’s Sportsmanship Award as a junior. PERSONAL: Born in Sacramento, Calif.... Majoring in aeronautical science & engineering... Parents are Bill & Theresa Colldeweih... Holds dual citizenship to Switzerland and U.S.

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MARSHALL CONGDON Linebacker 6-1 • 237 • Sr. Elk Grove, Calif. Sheldon HS ’06

42 2009: Played in all 11 games, making first career start at SLB vs. Boise State... Finished year with 16 solos, 17 assists for 33 total tackles... Also had 3.0 stops for 3 yards... Earned fumble recovery and forced fumble (separate plays) vs. Winston-Salem State... The latter miscue was recovered by teammate Eric Sobotka, who ran it 34 yards for a TD... Co-winner of team’s Defensive Player of the Week for that Homecoming effort... Opened year with career-best 7 tackles (3-4-7) vs. Fresno State... Also registered 5 stops each vs. Western Oregon, Boise State and Sacramento State. 2008: Registered 18 tackles (11 solos, 7 assists) in 11 games as a reserve... Also had 1.5 tackles for losses of 2 yards plus a pass breakup... Enjoyed his best game at Montana, tallying 3-2-5 tackles chart with all of his TFLs... Teamed up with Mike Healey to stop Griz RB Thomas Brooks-Fletcher for 2-yard loss in Aggie red zone during fourth quarter... Led team with 4 solo stops vs. Southern Utah. 2007: Appeared in all 11 games as a reserve... Recorded 22 total tackles (10 solos, 12 assists) along with a pass break-up (vs. Southern Utah) and a tackle for a 1-yard loss (vs. Western Washington)... Posted season-high 6 tackles (4-2-6) vs. Northeastern. 2006: Redshirted... Selected as Scout Defense Player of the Week for Sacramento State game. SHELDON HS ’06: Twice earned All-Delta League honors... Led team in tackles all four years, including 82 as a sophomore, 115 as a junior and 125 as a senior... Also posted 18 sacks, 2 defensive TDs, 4 fumble recoveries, 2 interceptions and 8 forced fumbles during final two years... Ranked among top 20 at Stanford Combine... Earned Sacramento Bee All-Metro honorable mention in 2005. PERSONAL: Born in Sacramento, Calif.... Majoring in exercise biology... Parents are David & Sandra Congdon... Career highlight was a 34-33 win over rival Elk Grove HS... Older brother, Garrett, played football at Missouri State.

CONGDON CAREER STATS 2007 2008 2009 Totals

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GP 11 11 11 33

Tackles UT AT TT 10 12 22 11 7 18 16 17 33 37 36 73

TFL Yds 1.0 1 1.5 2 3.0 3 5.5 6

Sack Yds 0 0 - - 0 0 0 0

Pass Def. Int Yds PBU 0 0 1 - - 1 0 0 0 0 0 2

Fumbles FF FR Yds BK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0

2007 WESTERN WASHINGTON at Portland State at Eastern Washington NORTHEASTERN at San Jose State at North Dakota State

UT 1 0 0 4 0 0

AT 0 1 4 2 0 0

TT 1 1 4 6 0 0

2007 CAL POLY at Southern Utah SOUTH DAKOTA STATE at Sacramento State SAN DIEGO

UT 1 1 1 2 0

AT 1 2 1 1 0

TT 2 3 2 3 0

2008 at San Jose State at Central Arkansas PORTLAND STATE at Montana at Northeastern NORTHERN COLORADO

UT 0 1 0 3 1 0

AT 2 2 0 2 0 0

TT 2 3 0 5 1 0

2008 UT SOUTHERN UTAH 4 IONA 1 NORTH DAKOTA 0 SACRAMENTO STATE 0 at Cal Poly at San Diego 1

AT 0 1 0 0 dnp 0

TT 4 2 0 0

2009 at Fresno State MONTANA WESTERN OREGON at Boise State at South Dakota WINSTON-SALEM STATE

UT 3 1 4 2 1 1

AT 4 1 1 3 1 0

TT 7 2 5 5 2 1

2009 at Portland State at Southern Utah CAL POLY NORTH DAKOTA at Sacramento State

AT 0 0 3 0 4

TT 0 1 3 2 5

UT 0 1 0 2 1

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SEAN CREADICK Wide Receiver 6-1 • 200 • Sr. Camarillo, Calif. Camarillo HS ’06

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2009: Started all 11 games as team’s H receiver... Hauled in 39 receptions for 466 yards... Tied for team lead with 5 receiving TDs... Tallied career-high 10 catches in home opener vs. Montana, the same game in which Chris Carter set a school record with 18... Scored two secondhalf TD at Boise State, including 4-yarder that brought Aggies to within two possessions early in fourth quarter... Logged season-best 88 yards vs. Cal Poly... Led team in punt returns, bringing 16 back for 75 yards, including long of 19 vs. North Dakota. 2008: Co-winner of team’s MOST IMPROVED award, sharing honor with Dean Rogers... Appeared in all 12 games, appearing as No. 2 X receiver behind Chris Carter... Caught 13 passes for 189 yards... Also led Aggies with 11-for-89 (8.1) in punt returns, and carried the ball twice for 14 rushing yards... All of his receiving totals came in final six games, including 4-for-63 game vs. Cal Poly... Voted Special Teams Player of the Week following 22-yard punt return in Sacramento State game. 2007: Played 9 games, tallying 15 receptions for 226 yards... Hauled in season-long 59-yarder vs. Sacramento State... Caught 3 passes for 30 yards vs. San Jose State, then season-best 4-for-29 vs. North Dakota State a week later... Credited for 2 solo tackles, both on punt coverage.

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Aggie Returnees 2006: Redshirted... Named as team’s Scout Offense Player of the Week after road game at TCU. CAMARILLO HS ’06: Led team to Southern Section semfinals as a senior, totalling 67 receptions for 971 yards and 10 touchdowns... Won first-team All-Ventura County, All-Ventura County Academic Team, Adelphia State Player of the Week and PrepStar Magazine All-Western Region honors as a senior... Also selected to Cal-Hi Sports “Hot 250” list and Student Sports All-Tri-County team... Earned first-team All-Pacific View League distinction as a junior and senior... Served as a punter and receiver as a junior, recording 44 catches for 649 yards and 6 TDs... Averaged 40 yards per punt... Named as teams Playmaker of the Year. PERSONAL: Born in Thousand Oaks, Calif.... Majoring in sociology... Parents are Michael & Debra Creadick... Older brother, Ryan, ran track at Kansas State... Career highlight was compiling 190 receiving yards and a pair of TDs in 28-14 win over rival Rio Mesa in PVL title game.

CREADICK CAREER STATS 2007 2008 2009 Totals

GP 9 12 11 32

Rec 15 13 39 67

Receiving Yds Avg. 226 15.1 189 14.5 466 11.9 881 13.1

Long 59 26 45 59

TD 0 0 5 5

CREADICK CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2007 Rec WESTERN WASHINGTON at Portland State at Eastern Washington 1 NORTHEASTERN 1 at San Jose State 3 at North Dakota State 4

Yds TD dnp dnp 39 0 6 0 30 0 29 0

2007 CAL POLY at Southern Utah SOUTH DAKOTA STATE at Sacramento State SAN DIEGO

Rec 2 1 1 1 1

Yds TD 24 0 20 0 10 0 59 0 9 0

2008 at San Jose State at Central Arkansas PORTLAND STATE at Montana at Northeastern NORTHERN COLORADO

Rec Yds TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 12 0

2008 SOUTHERN UTAH IONA NORTH DAKOTA SACRAMENTO STATE at Cal Poly at San Diego

Rec 1 3 1 2 4 1

Yds TD 11 0 39 0 23 0 32 0 63 0 9 0

2009 at Fresno State MONTANA WESTERN OREGON at Boise State at South Dakota WINSTON-SALEM STATE

Rec 3 10 5 4 3 1

2009 at Portland State at Southern Utah CAL POLY NORTH DAKOTA at Sacramento State

Rec 2 3 3 1 4

Yds TD 40 1 33 1 88 0 26 0 40 0

Yds TD 39 0 73 0 25 1 53 2 40 0 9 0

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In 1999, the national attention fell upon a soft-spoken reserve running back from La Cañada, Calif. Sam Paneno had appeared in eight games as a redshirt freshman in 1998. The bulk of his action had come in a home game against Western Oregon, when he rushed for 107 yards on just 15 carries - more than half of his career numbers up to that point. On September 11, the second game of his junior year, Paneno earned his first career start at running back. Coincidentally, the opponent was Western Oregon. He responded to the call by rushing for a career-high 114 yards and a pair of touchdowns. On the first play of overtime, Paneno dislocated his right knee. He received treatment at a Salem, Ore. hospital, and later, at the UC Davis Medical Center. But the injury had disrupted the blood flow to the lower leg and foot. Paneno underwent emergency surgery, and blood flow was restored. However, complications arose from the initial injury and after further procedures, a team of UCDMC orthopedic surgeons deemed it necessary to amputate the lower portion of his right leg. The amputation surgery was performed on September 20, nine days after the game at WOU. Support for Paneno came from all parts of the country. The host of the NCAA D-II Championships in Montgomery, Ala., created a website for fans to offer prayers and words of encouragement. Hundreds of sentiments flooded the website, including those from fellow collegiate players who only knew the name UC Davis from national rankings and past playoff results. Paneno paid his first visit to his teammates the following week after the surgery. Wrote Brandon Frink of the Davis Enterprise, he “delivered himself to practice wearing a wheelchair and a smile.” His positive attitude despite his ordeal proved to be an inspiration for all. Paneno displayed strength where someone else may have shown despair. He felt gratitude to his family, faith and friends, but never felt self-pity. And while ESPN had arrived on campus on September 20 to report on an athlete’s tragedy, CBS Sports, Sports Illustrated and even People Weekly later paid visits to UC Davis to report on an athlete’s courage. Ever the active person, Paneno was later fitted with two different prosthetic legs - one for “everyday” use and the other allowing him to resume to such pastimes as running, surfing, even rock-climbing. The UC Davis football team retired his No. 25 jersey the following year. Miami Dolphins’ lineman Trace Armstrong was so touched by seeing Paneno’s story as part of the CBS halftime report on Thanksgiving Day, that he invited him to attend the Raiders-Dolphins game as a guest of the team. In 2001, Paneno was formally honored by the NCAA when he was named co-winner of the inaugural Inspiration Award, bestowed upon a former student-athlete who has displayed “perseverance, dedication and determination” to overcome a life-altering event. Paneno continued his ties with the UC Davis campus, later graduating from the King Hall School of Law. He now serves as an attorney for the Alliance for Children’s Rights, a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting the rights of abused and impoverished youths throughout Los Angeles County.

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CORBIN CUTSHAW Running Back 5-9 • 189 • Jr. Carlsbad, Calif. Santa Fe Christian HS ’07

30 2009: Saw action in 7 games as a reserve... Rushed for 158 yards on 36 attempts, adding 3-for-18 receiving stats... Sprung for 55 yards in his final game at Southern Utah. 2008: Appeared in 10 games, including starts vs. Iona and North Dakota... Rushed for 282 yards and a touchdown on 55 carries, while hauling in 17 catches for 156 yards... Added 10-for-134 in kick returns and 4 tackles (1 solo, 3 assists) on special teams... Led Aggies with 12for-75 rushing vs. Southern Utah, then earned first career start a week later vs. Iona... Responded with first 100-yard game (12-for-103), aided by season-long 56-yard TD on opening possession... Also caught 6 passes for 67 yards in that game... Set season bests of 8 receptions and 81 yards vs. North Dakota a week later. 2007: Redshirted. UC DAVIS BASEBALL: Redshirted in 2008... Played in nine games in 2009, mostly as a pinch runner... Had one run and a stolen base. SANTA FE CHRISTIAN HS ’07: Earned All-San Diego Section and Coast League Offensive Player of the Year accolades... Rushed for 2,007 yards and 31 touchdowns as a senior... Led team to 11-2 ledger and third straight CIF-SDS title in 2006... Average of 154.4 ypg ranked 80th nationally... Netted 10.62 yards per carry... Also had 86 tackles and a 52-yard interception as a strong safety... Added kickoff return TDs of 99 and 85 yards... Made North County All-Academic and San Diego Union-Tribune All-Academic teams... Played for former Cleveland Browns quarterback Brian Sipe. PERSONAL: Born in San Diego, Calif.... Majoring in science & technology... Parents are Ross & Sue Cutshaw... Sister, Kristina, also attends UC Davis... Career highlight was winning three section championships.

CUTSHAW CAREER STATS 2008 2009 Totals

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GP 10 7 17

Att 55 36 91

Rushing Gain Loss Net Avg. Long TD 289 7 282 5.1 56 1 158 6 152 4.2 35 0 447 13 434 4.7 56 1

Receiving Rec Yds 17 156 3 18 20 174

TD 0 0 0

2008 Rush Yds TD at San Jose State dnp at Central Arkansas dnp PORTLAND STATE 1 2 0 at Montana 2 8 0 at Northeastern 9 37 0 NORTHERN COLORADO 0 0 0 SOUTHERN UTAH 12 75 0 IONA 12 103 1 NORTH DAKOTA 16 47 0 SACRAMENTO STATE 1 1 0 at Cal Poly 0 0 0 at San Diego 2 9 0

Rec Yds

2009 Rush Yds TD at Fresno State 3 2 0 MONTANA dnp WESTERN OREGON 8 34 0 at Boise State 5 5 0 at South Dakota 5 29 0 WINSTON-SALEM STATE 7 26 0 at Portland State 3 5 0 at Southern Utah 5 51 0 CAL POLY dnp NORTH DAKOTA dnp at Sacramento State dnp

TD

1 6 8 1

2 67 81 5

0 0 0 0

1

1

0

Rec Yds 1 0

TD 0

1

10

0

1

8

0

SEAN DAVIES Offensive Line 6-4 • 290 • So. Westlake Village, Calif. Chaminade College Prep ’08

68 2009: ALL-GREAT WEST CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM... Started all 11 games, shifting from left guard to replace Robert Ayotte at left tackle... Earned GWC All-Academic honors. 2008: Redshirted. CHAMINADE COLLEGE PREP ’08: Captured first-team All-Mission League honors in 2006 (defense) and 2007 (offense)... Earned Scholar-Athlete award from National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame... Won team’s Unity, Hustle & Pride award... National Honor Society member, graduated with highest honors (4.1 GPA). PERSONAL: Born in Westlake Village, Calif.... Majoring in political science... Parents are Don & Denise Davies... Don was an aquatics athlete at Cal State Northridge... Grandfather was Robert Fischer, former athletics director at UCLA and Hall of Famer at that institution... Best players he’s played against are All-Americans Dayne Crist (now of Notre Dame) and Wes Horton (USC).

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CHAD DAVIS

STEPHEN DUNSTAN

Linebacker 6-1 • 228 • So. Salinas, Calif. Palma HS ’08

Wide Receiver 6-3 • 190 • So. Palm Desert, Calif. Palm Desert HS ’08

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2009: Played in all 11 games as a reserve... Credited for 7 tackles (1 solo, 6 assists), including 2 assists vs. Portland State... Won team’s Scout Defense Player of the Week after Southern Utah weekend. 2008: Redshirted... Earned team’s Scout Defense Player of the Week award after Northern Colorado game. PALMA HS ’08: Earned All-Tri County Athletic League and AllMonterey County honors as a junior, posting 144 tackles on defense, 374 rushing yards on offense... Repeated both honors in 2007, tallying 110 tackles with 90-for-374 rushing numbers... Three-year National Honor Society member. PERSONAL: Born in Salinas, Calif.... Majoring in biological sciences... Parents are Steven & Linda Davis... Best athletes he’s faced were at the Stanford Nike Camps.

2009: Appeared in 4 games but did not record any stats. 2008: Redshirted. PALM DESERT HS ’08: Selected as team’s Offensive MVP as a senior, finishing with 70 catches for 993 yards and 15 touchdowns... Led Desert Valley League in all three categories... Participated for Inland team in Southern California Bowl all-star game. PERSONAL: Born in Palm Desert, Calif.... Majoring in pre-managerial economics... Parents are Donna & Bill Dunstan... Claims to have two personalities: “aggressive and arrogant” on the field, “goofy and chill” off the field... Event in history he wishes he could have seen was the “Miracle On Ice” hockey game in 1980.

GWC All-Academic AL DOIRON Offensive Line 6-3 • 295 • RFr. Cottonwood, Calif. West Valley HS ’09

53 2009: Redshirted. WEST VALLEY HS ’09: Twice won All-Northern Athletic League first-team honors in football and baseball... Named to All-Northern Section first team and all-state second team as a senior lineman... Earned All-Redding Record Searchlight nods in 2007 and 2008... Starred at catcher on baseball diamond, batting .345 and .354 in his final two seasons... Earned U.S. Army Reserve National Scholar-Athlete. PERSONAL: Born in Santa Barbara, Calif.... Majoring in civil engineering... Parents are Donald & Cammie Doiron... Career highlight was beating rival Enterprise HS after the Hornets had bragged to the media that they would only lose “if they missed the bus”... Best athletes he faced were members of the Starmaker Redlegs, a nationally ranked 17-and-under baseball club.

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The Great West Conference began honoring All-Academic teams in 2006. Selection to the team requires a 3.2 cumulative GPA and participation in at least 50 percent of the team’s contests for the year. 2006 Naveen Daftari (Sr., Electrical Engineering) Jon Grant (Sr., History) Jonathan Compas (So., International Relations) Alex Garfio (Sr., Sociology) 2007 Jonathan Compas (Jr., International Relations) Matt Engle (Sr., Psychology) Jake Jondle (So., Biological Sciences) Ramsey Moyer (So., History) 2008 Jonathan Compas (Sr., International Relations) Jake Jondle (Jr., Managerial Economics) Patrick Michelier (Jr., Exercise Biology) Ramsey Moyer (Jr., History) 2009 Sean Davies (RFr., Undeclared) Jake Jondle (Sr., Managerial Economics) Patrick Michelier (Sr., Exercise Biology) Ramsey Moyer (Sr., History/Philosophy)

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GALVIN EMESIBE

MIGUEL FLORES

Defensive Tackle 6-3 • 275 • Fr. Hesperia, Calif. Hesperia Christian HS ’09

Wide Receiver 6-5 • 198 • So. Redwood City, Calif. Sequoia HS ’08

91 2009: Redshirted. HESPERIA CHRISTIAN HS ’09: Landed All-Southern Section, All Mojave River League and Daily Press All-Area honors as a senior... Posted 64 tackles (33 solos, 31 assists), including 12.5 sacks that year... Helped team to 11-1 record and CIF-SS quarterfinal berth... Selected as class valedictorian, finishing with a 4.3 GPA. PERSONAL: Born in Nashville, Tenn.... Majoring in biological sciences, with hopes of becoming an anesthesiologist... Raised by aunt and uncle Nimi & Vincent McCoy... Last name is pronounced “ee-MESS-ehBEH”... Hopes to one day visit Nigeria.

2009: Appeared in 2 games but did not record any stats. 2008: Redshirted. SEQUOIA HS ’08: First-team Peninsula Athletic League honoree... Voted team MVP and Utility Player of the Year... Also starred in baseball, batting .418 with 22 runs scored as a senior. PERSONAL: Born in Redwood City, Calif.... Majoring in communication... Parents are Miguel & Cipriana Flores... Career highlight was scoring a 99-yard kick return TD in final five seconds of a game.

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BOBBY ERSKINE

For the second straight year, UC Davis football had two representatives at the Cal Aggie Athletics Hall of Fame annual induction ceremony last June.

Defensive End 6-3 • 245 • So. San Diego, Calif. St. Augustine’s HS ’07

Longtime assistant coach Fred Arp was a fixture with the Aggie coaching staff for more than four decades, mostly as the defensive line coach. His career spanned the program’s three major feats (37 consecutive winning seasons, 20 straight conference titles and 18 postseason appearances).

55 2009: Played in all 11 games... Totaled 12 tackles (9 solos, 3 assists)... Had 2.0 tackles for losses of 11 yards, including an 8-yard sack of Winston-Salem State’s Jarrett Dunston... Also returned 2 kicks for 18 yards, including 20-yarder vs. Western Oregon. 2008: Earned team’s GEORGE BELENIS AWARD as outstanding redshirt of the year... Named Scout Defense Player of the Week following Portland State and Iona games. ST. AUGUSTINE’S HS ’07: Garnered All-San Diego Section and AllEastern League first-team honors as a senior... Finished with 136 tackles, 2.5 sacks and forced fumble in 2006... Also selected as team’s Defensive Player of the Year... Had 95 tackles, 3.5 sacks, five fumble recoveries and three forced fumbles as a junior in 2005... Named to All-CIF Academic squad and earned Scholar-Athlete nod from National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame... Attended Choate Rosemary Hall for postgraduate program before enrolling at UC Davis. PERSONAL: Born in San Diego, Calif.... Majoring in English... Parents are Jim & Molly Erskine... One of seven siblings... Proudest personal accomplishment was earning a scholarship to play Div. I football.

Wide receiver Michael Oliva caught 192 passes for school records of 3,379 yards and 37 touchdowns during UC Davis’ final years in Division II. He captured All-America third-team honors in each of his junior and senior seasons, advancing to the national ballot (top eight) for the Harlon Hill Trophy. Also at the event was senior wide receiver Chris Carter, who shared the Colby E. “Babe” Slater Award as outstanding male athlete of the year.

ERSKINE CAREER STATS Tackles GP UT AT TT TFL Yds 2009 11 9 3 12 2.0 11

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Sack Yds 1.0 8

Pass Def. Int Yds PBU 0 0 0

Fumbles FF FR Yds BK 0 0 0 0

Fred Arp

Michael Oliva

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JEFF FREEMAN

BROCK GALVIN

Strong Safety 5-11 • 205 • Sr. San Diego, Calif. Mount Miguel HS ’06

Defensive Tackle 6-3 • 260 • Jr. Clayton Valley, Calif. Concord HS ’07

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91

2009: Saw action in 8 games as a reserve... Finished year with 6 solos and 5 assists for 11 total stops... Also broke up 2 passes and forced a fumble... Notched season-best 5 tackles (4-1-5) plus the forced fumble (of Omar Kizzie) vs. Winston-Salem State. 2008: Played in 4 games, including 3 starts at strong safety... Tallied 8 tackles (4 solos, 4 assists), 2 pass break-ups and an interception... First career pick came in final minutes of Portland State game... Had 3 stops in that contest, matching season-high total from San Jose State game... Did not play last seven games due to injury sustained in Northeastern game... Broke up passes to NU’s Greg Abelli and Brian Mandeville. 2007: Appeared in 7 games as a reserve, recording 5 total tackles (3 solos, 2 assists)... Posted 1-2-3 tackles chart vs. Sacramento State. 2006: Redshirted... Voted as team’s Scout Defense Player of the Week following North Dakota State game. MOUNT MIGUEL HS ’06: Named to All-Grossmont Conference (South League) first team as a quarterback and second team as a defensive back last season... Also earned All-East County honors as a DB and was a second-team All-San Diego Section pick at DB... Threw for 1,500 yards and 12 touchdowns... Rushed for 450 yards and 6 TDs and added 43 tackles on defense... Both ran and threw for 800 yards as a junior, earning second-team all-league accolades... Also a member of track and field team, competing in sprints. PERSONAL: Born in Manila, The Philippines... Majoring in community & regional development... Parents are Michael & Gigi Freeman... Lists a sixth-place finish at Southern Section track meet as his career sports highlight... Proudest personal accomplishment was qualifying for Alex Spanos North vs. South high school all-star game.

FREEMAN CAREER STATS 2007 2008 2009 Totals

Tackles GP UT AT TT TFL Yds 7 3 2 5 0 0 4 4 4 8 0 0 8 6 5 11 0 0 19 13 11 24 0 0

Sack Yds 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pass Def. Int Yds PBU 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 2 1 1 4

Fumbles FF FR Yds BK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

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2009: Appeared in all 11 games, making first career start vs. Western Oregon... Totaled 14 tackles (9 solos, 5 assists), including one for a 4yard loss vs. Montana... Also had a pass breakup (at Sacramento State) and a fumble recovery (at South Dakota)... Posted season-best 3 solos vs. Winston-Salem State. 2008: On roster, did not play... Named Scout Defense Player of the Week after Southern Utah weekend. 2007: Redshirted. CONCORD HS ’07: Earned first-team All-Diablo Foothill Athletic League honors as a linebacker in 2005 and 2006, plus third-team AllDFAL at tight end as a junior... Selected to All-Contra Costa Times third team as a senior... Posted 105 tackles with nine sacks on defense, 475 rushing yards and 10 touchdowns on offense (fullback) that year. PERSONAL: Born in Concord, Calif.... Majoring in sociology... Parents are Russ & Yvonne Galvin... Career highlight was recording 12 tackles with three sacks plus 80 rushing yards and a TD in a high school win... Lists Eddie George and Tony Dungy has sports heroes.

GALVIN CAREER STATS Tackles GP UT AT TT TFL Yds 2009 11 9 5 14 1.0 4

Sack Yds 0.0 0

Pass Def. Int Yds PBU 0 0 1

Fumbles FF FR Yds BK 0 1 0 0

GALVIN 2009 GAME-BY-GAME 2009 at Fresno State MONTANA WESTERN OREGON at Boise State at South Dakota WINSTON-SALEM STATE

UT 0 1 1 1 1 3

AT 1 0 0 1 1 0

TT 1 1 1 2 2 3

2009 at Portland State at Southern Utah CAL POLY NORTH DAKOTA at Sacramento State

UT 0 1 0 1 0

AT 1 1 1 0 0

TT 1 2 1 1 0

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ETHAN GARRETT Free Safety 6-2 • 210 • So. Yreka, Calif. Yreka HS ’08

2009: On roster, did not play. 2008: Redshirted. YREKA HS ’08: Captured All-Northern Athletic League accolades as a senior... Posted five interceptions and 78 tackles on defense, scored 10 touchdowns as a receiver... Selected as team’s Most Valuable WR and Most Valuable DB in 2007. PERSONAL: Born in Yreka, Calif.... Majoring in exercise biology... Mother is Karen Garrett... Career highlight was playing at Oregon’s Autzen Stadium... Best athletes he has played with were Miner teammates Jeremy Turner and Brandon Eller.

TOMMY GRILLO Defensive End 6-1 • 245 • Jr. Lancaster, Calif. Oaks Christian HS ’07

GRILLO CAREER STATS 2008 2009 Totals

Tackles GP UT AT TT TFL Yds 11 5 5 10 2.5 11 11 6 7 13 1.5 6 22 11 12 23 4.0 17

Sack Yds 2.5 11 1.5 6 4.0 17

Pass Def. Int Yds PBU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Fumbles FF FR Yds BK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

GRILLO 2008 & 2009 GAME-BY-GAME 2008 UT at San Jose State 1 at Central Arkansas 1 PORTLAND STATE 2 at Montana 0 at Northeastern 0 NORTHERN COLORADO 0 SOUTHERN UTAH 0 IONA 0 NORTH DAKOTA 0 SACRAMENTO STATE 0 at Cal Poly at San Diego 1

AT 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 dnp 0

TT 3 1 3 0 0 0 1 1 0 0

2009 at Fresno State MONTANA WESTERN OREGON at Boise State at South Dakota WINSTON-SALEM STATE at Portland State at Southern Utah CAL POLY NORTH DAKOTA at Sacramento State

AT 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 3

TT 2 0 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 4

UT 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1

Sack Yds 2.0 10

0.5

1

1 Sack Yds

0.5

2

1.0

4

56 2009: Played in all 11 games, earning his first career start at Sacramento State... Tallied 13 tackles (6 solos, 7 assists), including 1.5 sacks for 6 yards... Hit Hornet QB Jason Smith for 4-yard loss midway through 2nd quarter in Causeway Classic, one of season-high 4 tackles that day. 2008: Appeared in 11 games as a reserve DE... Amassed 10 total tackles (5 solos, 5 assists), including 2.5 sacks for 11 yards... Hit Portland State’s Drew Hubel for two 5-yard sacks in home opener, earning team’s Defensive Player of the Week nod... Registered 3 tackles each vs. San Jose State and PSU. 2007: Redshirted... Earned Scout Defense Player of the Week honors after San Jose State game. OAKS CHRISTIAN HS ’07: Starred for powerhouse program that won 46 straight games, was ranked No. 8 in state by MaxPreps and was selected as Cal-Hi Sports Team of the Year... Earned All-Ventura County first-team honors as a senior, recording 74 tackles and 10.5 sacks... Won second-team All-Tri-Valley League honors as a junior, posting 78 tackles and 7 sacks... Also starred in baseball... Made all-county and all-league teams as a pitcher (2.70 ERA) and third baseman (.475 batting average)... Member of National Honor Society... Previously attended Lancaster HS, earning All-Golden League honors as a tight end in 2004. PERSONAL: Born in Detroit, Mich.... Majoring in human development... Parents are Thomas & Kelley Grillo, whom he lists as non-sports heroes... Sports hero is Brian Urlacher... Career highlight was recording three sacks in section championship game.

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BYRON GRUENDL

DANNY HART

Strong Safety 6-2 • 195 • So. Danville, Calif. San Ramon Valley HS ’09

Free Safety 6-0 • 210 • Sr. Sacramento, Calif. Sierra College/Sacramento State /Del Oro HS ’06

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20

2009: Appeared in all 11 games, earning first start at Portland State... Led all Aggie true freshmen with 23 tackles (13 solos, 10 assists)... Also had 1.0 tackles for losses of 4 yards... Had season-best 7 stops (3-4-7) at Portland State, including a share (with Dozie Amajoyi) of a 9-yard sack against Connor Kavanaugh... Shared team’s Defensive Player of the Week award after that game... Also broke up a pass to Titus Young at Boise State... Posted 2-2-4 tackles chart at Sacramento State. SAN RAMON VALLEY HS ’09: Caught 54 passes for 964 yards and 8 touchdowns on offense while posting five sacks and three interceptions on defense as a senior... Earned All-East Bay Athletic League honors on each side of the ball... Also selected to All-Metro third team... Helped SRV to 12-1 record and North Coast Section title... Named to Contra Costa Times’ “Cream of the Crop” squad... Also lettered in swimming, earning NISCA All-America honors in two freestyle relays. PERSONAL: Born in Redwood City, Calif.... Has yet to declare a major... Parents are John & Darlene Gruendl... Career highlight was winning seven straight swimming championships.

GRUENDL CAREER STATS Tackles GP UT AT TT TFL Yds 2009 11 13 10 23 1.0 4

Sack Yds 0.5 4

Pass Def. Int Yds PBU 0 0 1

Fumbles FF FR Yds BK 0 0 0 0

GRUENDL 2009 GAME-BY-GAME 2009 at Fresno State MONTANA WESTERN OREGON at Boise State at South Dakota WINSTON-SALEM STATE at Portland State at Southern Utah CAL POLY NORTH DAKOTA at Sacramento State

UT 2 1 1 0 0 1 3 2 1 0 2

AT 1 0 1 0 1 0 4 0 0 1 2

TT 3 1 2 0 1 1 7 2 1 1 4

TFL Yds 0.5

0.5

TEAM CAPTAIN

2009: ALL-GREAT WEST CONFERENCE HONORABLE MENTION... Won team’s JIM FERRIER AWARD as outstanding transfer... Started all 11 games... Finished 2nd on team, tops among defensive backs, with 53 tackles (30 solos, 23 assists)... Also broke up 4 passes and recovered 3 fumbles for 39 yards... Voted as team’s Defensive Player of the Week on three occasions: Fresno State, Boise State and Southern Utah... Recorded season-best 14 tackles (8-6-14) at BSU, then hit SUU for 13 (8-5-13)... Recovered a Mike Healey-induced fumble 39 yards into Griz territory vs. Montana. 2008: Played in all 12 games, tallying 8 solo tackles and 4 assists for 12 total stops... Also had one interception and a pass breakup, both against North Dakota... Scored first Aggie touchdown on Brock Butler’s blocked punt vs. Southern Utah... Posted season-high 2 tackles each vs. UND, SUU and San Diego. SIERRA COLLEGE: Played 2007 season for head coach Jeff Tisdel... Wolverines finished 9-2, won Valley Conference and ranked 5th nationally... No individual information available. SACRAMENTO STATE: Redshirted. DEL ORO HS ’06: Captured All-Sierra Foothill League honors as a junior and senior, including MVP in 2005... Also garnered first-team All-Metro distinction by Sacramento Bee... Helped lead team to 13-0 record and Sac-Joaquin Section title as a senior... Two-year letterwinner in baseball (outfielder) and basketball (guard)... Captured school’s Scholar-Athlete award and made National Honor Society. PERSONAL: Born in Sacramento, Calif.... Majoring in environmental policy analysis & planning... Parents are John & Mary Hart... Career highlight was the 2005 section title game.

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HART CAREER STATS

4

2008 2009 Totals

Tackles GP UT AT TT TFL Yds 12 8 4 12 0.0 0 11 30 23 53 0.5 1 23 38 27 65 0.5 1

Sack Yds 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0

Pass Def. Int Yds PBU 1 0 1 0 0 4 1 0 5

Fumbles FF FR Yds BK 0 0 0 0 0 3 39 0 0 3 39 0

HART 2009 GAME-BY-GAME

No Waiting Defensive back Byron Gruendl played in all 11 games as a true freshman in 2009. Other than special teams players (i.e. kickers, punters, long snappers), the last Aggie true freshman to appear in every game was linebacker Dan Elbanna, who appeared in all 12 games in 2002. Elbanna started two games that year, including his breakout game vs. Sacramento State in which he posted 14 tackles, a pick, a sack and a blocked punt.

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2009 at Fresno State MONTANA WESTERN OREGON at Boise State at South Dakota WINSTON-SALEM STATE

UT 1 2 1 8 2 2

AT 2 1 0 6 4 0

TT 3 3 1 14 6 2

2009 at Portland State at Southern Utah CAL POLY NORTH DAKOTA at Sacramento State

UT 2 8 1 1 2

AT 1 5 1 2 1

TT 3 13 2 3 3

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TOM HEMMINGSEN

AUSTIN HEYWORTH

Wide Receiver 5-10 • 175 • Fr. Danville, Calif. Monte Vista HS ’09

Quarterback 6-3 • 205 • So. Monrovia, Calif. Saint Francis HS ’08

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13

2009: Won GEORGE BELENIS AWARD as team’s outstanding redshirt... Voted as Scout Offense Player of the Week three times: Western Oregon, Winston-Salem State and North Dakota (tied). MONTE VISTA HS ’09: Earned first-team All-East Bay Athletic League and second-team All-Metro honors as a senior wideout... Posted 59 catches for 1,100 yards and 14 touchdowns in 2008, improving from 50-600-7 the year before... Added two TDs as a kick and punt returner as a senior. PERSONAL: Born in Vallejo, Calif.... History major... Parents are Dana & Yvonne Hemmingsen... Career highlight was a game vs. Pittsburg HS: 9-for-230 receiving with two TD catches plus a 63-yard punt return TD... Moment(s) in history he wishes he could have seen are all five 49ers Super Bowl victories.

Armed And Ready Since 1979, six Aggie quarterbacks have been drafted by NFL teams, while two others have flourished in the CFL (Khari Jones) and Arena (Mark Grieb). What follows is the oft-requested list of year-by-year Opening Day starting quarterbacks, dating back to 1963: Year 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988

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Name Greg Denham Daniel Alfaro (1) Tim Plough Jon Grant Jon Grant Jon Grant Ryan Flanigan Ken Kearns (2) J.T. O’Sullivan Ryan Flanigan (3) J.T. O’Sullivan Kevin Daft Kevin Daft Mark Grieb Mark Grieb Eric Walcha (4) Khari Jones Khari Jones Mike Quinn Jeff Bridewell Jeff Bridewell Jeff Bridewell

Year 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966

Name Todd Sloat Chris Petersen Chris Petersen Scott Barry Scott Barry Ken O’Brien Ken O’Brien Ken O’Brien Jon Lucido Mike Moroski Mike Moroski Jim Speck Dan Carmazzi Jim Speck Dan Carmazzi Bob Biggs Bob Biggs Bob Biggs Bill Ingram Paul Hackett Paul Hackett Paul Hackett

Year 1965 1964 1963

2009: Saw action in 3 games as Greg Denham’s backup, most notably at Portland State... Completed 6 of 7 passes for 82 yards and 2 touchdowns to help UC Davis rally from a 28-17 deficit... Earned GWC Offensive Player of the Week (plus team’s equivalent) for his performance... Finished year with 7-for-9 passing for 82 yards and the 2 TD strikes. 2008: Redshirted... Selected as Scout Offense Player of the Week following Cal Poly game. SAINT FRANCIS HS ’08: Earned second-team All-Mission League and first-team all-area as a junior receiver/free safety... Posted 20 catches for 384 yards on offense, 34 tackles and three picks on defense... Switched to quarterback as a senior, amassing 790 yards and five touchdowns in a shortened season... Voted as team’s Offensive MVP... Also lettered in baseball and golf... Had 7-1 record with six saves as a relief pitcher... Four-year Scholar-Athlete and Academic Hall of Fame honoree. PERSONAL: Born in Arcadia, Calif.... Economics major... Parents are Kenny & Kathy Heyworth... Career highight was playing in section finals at Angel Stadium.

HEYWORTH CAREER STATS GP 2009 4

Name Jim Wilcox Jim Wilcox Dick Carriere

(3) Flanigan started opener only. J.T. O’Sullivan started remainder of season. (4) Walcha started opener only. Chris Chambers started majority of games.

Rushing Att Yds Avg. Long TD 6 -3 -0.5 8 0

AARYNN JONES

(1) Alfaro started opener only. Greg Denham started remainder of season. (2) Kearns started opener only. Ryan Flanigan started remainder of season.

Passing Att Cpl Int Pct Yds TD Rat 9 7 0 77.8 82 2 227.64

Free Safety 6-2 • 190 • RFr. Moreno Valley, Calif. Rancho Verde HS ’09

23 2009: Redshirted... Co-winner of team’s Scout Defense Player of the Week award after North Dakota game. RANCHO VERDE HS ’09: Tallied 97 tackles as a senior, helping team to 10-1 record and Inland Valley League championship... Added five forced fumbles, three interceptions and 17 TFLs... Served as team captain and earned Coaches’ Award in 2008... Also lettered in tennis, earning team’s Varsity Doubles award... National Honor Society member. PERSONAL: Born in Bellflower, Calif.... Majoring in managerial economics... Parents are Kingsley Jones & Adrienne Leary-Jones... Hopes to have a Super Bowl ring by the time he’s 30.

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KHALID JONES

SEAN KELLEY

Defensive Tackle 6-1 • 265 • RFr. Inglewood, Calif. City Honors HS ’09

Kicker 5-8 • 215 • Jr. Monrovia, Calif. Monrovia HS ’07

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4

2009: Redshirted... Earned team’s Scout Defense Player of the Week award after Montana game. CITY HONORS HS ’09: Received second-team All-Ocean League honors... Finished 3rd on team with 69 total tackles (37 solos, 32 assists), including 8.0 sacks... Selected as team MVP as a senior, Offensive Lineman of the Year as a junior... Posted 48 tackles with 5.5 sacks in 2007... Also starred in track & field as a thrower, earning Most Outstanding Field Event twice... National Honor Society member. PERSONAL: Born in San Diego, Calif.... Majoring in computer engineering... Parents are Collin Jones and Erika Clarke... Aspires for career in engineering with a possible switch to management in the medical field... Career highlight was scoring a TD as a lineman.

ANTHONY KASPAR Defensive Tackle 6-1 • 260 • Fr. Dana Point, Calif. Dana Hills HS ’09

88 2009: Redshirted. DANA HILLS HS ’09: Defensive MVP and first-team All-South Coast League honoree as a junior and senior... Led team with 79 tackles, cinluding 41 solo stops in 2008... Also had 4.0 sacks for 19 yards... Earned Rookie of the Year and second-team All-SCL distinction as a sophomore. PERSONAL: Born in Thousand Oaks, Calif.... Majoring in environmental science & management (ESM)... Parents are Tony & Denise Kaspar... Avid spearfishing enthusiast... If he won $1 million, says he would like to receive it in $1 bills.

UC DAVIS CAREER LISTS: Tied with Dusty Apocotos (2002-03) for 6th on career field goals made list (22)... Needs 7 to catch former NFL kicker Rolf Benirschke for 5th (1974-76), 10 to match Rafael Fernandez for 2nd (1989-93)... Ranks 7th all-time in PATs made at 72, just 5 behind Apocotos but 43 off 5th-place Ray Sullivan (1981-84). 2009: ALL-GREAT WEST CONFERENCE FIRST... Voted as team’s OUTSTANDING SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER for second straight year... Led Aggies with 66 points, converting 12 of 15 field goals and 30 of 32 on PATs... Ranked 4th in GWC at 6.0 ppg... Twice earned GWC Special Teams Player of the Week honors: after hitting game-winning FG at Portland State, and for 3 FGs vs. Cal Poly... Drilled 52-yarder late in 3rd quarter vs. Mustangs, tying school record held by three others (including 2010 GWC Preseason Benirschke)... Successful on all four FG Special Teams attempts of 40-49 range, including 48Player of the Year yarder at Boise State... Also hit 46-yarder in 3-FG game vs. Western Oregon. 2008: ALL-GREAT WEST CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM... Earned team’s OUTSTANDING SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER award... Led Aggies and finished 2nd among GWC kickers with 72 points... Hit 10-for-13 on field-goal attempts and was perfect on 42 PATs... First Aggie kicker to hit 100 percent of PATs since Rafael Fernandez went 35-for-35 in 1989... Made his last six FG attempts of the year, including season-long 36-yarder vs. North Dakota... Earned GWC Special Teams Player of the Week after the game, in which he scored 10 points... Scored season-high 13 ponts vs. Iona (7-for-7 PATs, two FGs). 2007: Redshirted. MONROVIA HS ’07: Named all-area, All-Southern Section and AllRio Hondo League as a junior and senior... Added all-state honors as a senior... Hit 15 of 21 field goal attempts and 45 of 46 PATs for 90 points in 2006... Drilled kicks of 50 and 47 yards in different games vs. La Salle HS... Set school record with 54-yarder... Planted 75 of his kickoffs for touchbacks... Scored 48 points as a junior (10 FGs, 18 PATs)...Honored by National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame. PERSONAL: Born in Arcadia, Calif.... Majoring in sociology... Mother is Joanne Kelley... Started playing football because his older sister was on the team... Sports hero is Adam Vinatieri... Lists two non-sports heroes: his late father as well as his cousin, USMC 1st Lt. Jared Landaker.

KELLEY CAREER STATS 2008 2009 Totals

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18-29 5-6 2-2 7-8

30-39 5-6 5-7 10-13

40-49 0-0 4-4 4-4

50+ 0-1 1-2 1-3

PATs 42-42 30-32 72-74

Pts 72 66 138

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TIM KETAILY

JIMMY KUNKEL

Offensive Line 6-2 • 282 • So. Newbury Park, Calif. Newbury Park HS ’08

Offensive Line 6-3 • 300 • RFr. Lakehead, Calif. Central Valley HS ’09

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2009: Appeared in 3 games, making first career start (at RG) vs. Southern Utah. 2008: Redshirted. NEWBURY PARK HS ’08: Won All-Southern Section accolades and twice named to All-Marmonte League first team at center... Captured Ventura County Lineman of the Year distinction in 2007, leading Panthers to first league title in a decade... Four-year honor roll member. PERSONAL: Born in Thousand Oaks, Calif.... Majoring in communication... Parents are Mike and Marji Ketaily... Says Seth Rogen should play him in a movie of his life... Would title his autobiography, Tim Ketaily: It’s Serious.

NICK KING Defensive End 6-3 • 245 • RFr. Mill Valley, Calif. Redwood HS ’09

18 2009: Redshirted. REDWOOD HS ’09: Won six All-Marin County Athletic League firstteam awards in both football and lacrosse... Also twice earned All-Metro nods in football... Posted 130 tackles with an interception defensively (at LB), 300 receiving yards and 4 TDs offensively (at TE) as a senior... Added Redzone and Marin Independent Journal Player of the Year honors as junior, tallying 115 tackles and two picks... Helped lead lacrosse team to 18-4 and MCAL title in 2007. PERSONAL: Born in Mill Valley, Calif.... Majoring in exercise biology... Parents are John & Perry King... Career highlight was beating archrival Marin Catholic HS for the first time in 10 years... If he won $1 million, he’d buy his mother a Ferrari: “I owe her a birthday present”... Lists his parents and William Wallace as non-sports heroes.

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2009: Redshirted. CENTRAL VALLEY HS ’09: Earned second-team all-state honors as a senior in addition to All-Northern Section, All-Northern Athletic League and All-Record Searchlight nods... Won All-NAL and second-team All-Northern Section distinction in 2007... Also starred inn wrestling, finishing 2nd at sections and earning state tournament berth in 2008, his first year as a wrestler... Followed that with 5th-place CIF-NS finish as a senior heavyweight... Won Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete Award and Kiwanis Outstanding Student accolades. PERSONAL: Born in Redding, Calif.... Has not declared a major... Parents are Dan Cain and Susan Scott... Claims three career highights: leading football team to section banner in 2005, qualifying for state wrestling tourney as a first-year wrestler in 2008, helping baseball team to 32-2 mark and CIF-NS title in 2009.

...By Any Other Name With the reclassification to Division I comes more attention from national media. As a result, more media outlets have referred to UC Davis in a number of different manners. For the record, the university is either “University of California, Davis” or simply “UC Davis.” The punctuation is a key component. Only a comma (but no hyphen) in the “University of California, Davis.” There are no periods, commas or hyphens in “UC Davis.” Among the common but incorrect references: California-Davis, Cal-Davis, U.C. Davis, U-C Davis. We’ve even seen Davis State, Cal State Davis and the University of Davis. During a 2006 trip to Montana State, a luggage tag even read “U-C David.” The Aggies thank you for helping them make a new name for themselves on the field only.

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VICTOR LEE

KEVYN LEWIS

Defensive End 6-0 • 235 • Jr. Cerritos, Calif. Cerritos HS ’07

Free Safety 5-11 • 200 • So. Sacramento, Calif. Foothill HS ’08

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2009: Saw action in all 11 games, tallying 15 tackles (11 solos, 4 assists)... Teamed up with Mike Morales (13 yds) and Tommy Grillo (4 yds) on two half-sacks vs. Winston-Salem State... Had season-best 5 tackles (all solos) in opener at Fresno State. 2008: Played in four games, posting one tackle assist (vs. Cal Poly’s Jonathan Dally midway in 2nd quarter). 2007: Redshirted... Co-winner (with Robert Ayotte) of team’s GEORGE BELENIS AWARD as outstanding redshirt of the year... Twice named Scout Defense Player of the Week: after Western Washington and South Dakota State. CERRITOS HS ’07: Named Suburban League Defensive Lineman of the Year as a senior... Registered 93 solo tackles and 36 assists in 2006... Also had 4.0 sacks and recovered a pair of fumbles... Voted team MVP and team captain that year... Had 101 tackles in 2005...Named to AllSuburban League second team as a sophomore and junior. PERSONAL: Born in Anaheim, Calif.... Majoring in physics... Parents are Chong & Seung Lee.

2009: Shared team’s MOST IMPROVED award (with Greg Denham)... Appeared in all 11 games, taking over as starting free safety at Boise State (8 games)... Logged 30 tackles (15 solos, 15 assists)... Had 5.0 tackles for losses of 19 yards, including 2.0 sacks for 15 yards... Added 2 pass breakups... Co-winner of team’s Defensive Player of the Week award after posting 3 solo stops, 2.0 TFLs and a 12-yard sack vs. Winston-Salem State... Tallied season-high 6 tackles (4-2-6) at Boise State... Hit Cal Poly for 5 tackles (3-2-5). 2008: Redshirted. FOOTHILL HS ’08: Tallied 24 tackles (12 solos, 12 assists) as a senior... Earned first-team All-Capital Valley Conference and was co-winner of league’s Receiver of the Year award... Also starred in basketball, earning Capital Athletic League MVP honors. PERSONAL: Born in Sacramento, Calif.... Majoring in sociology... Parents are Jackie and Chris Lewis... If not for football, would consider playing basketball at UC Davis.

LEWIS CAREER STATS LEE CAREER STATS 2008 2009 Totals

Tackles GP UT AT TT TFL Yds 4 0 1 1 0.0 0 11 11 4 15 1.0 9 15 11 5 16 1.0 9

Sack Yds 0.0 0 1.0 9 1.0 9

Pass Def. Int Yds PBU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Fumbles FF FR Yds BK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

LEE 2009 GAME-BY-GAME 2009 at Fresno State MONTANA WESTERN OREGON at Boise State at South Dakota WINSTON-SALEM STATE

UT 5 0 0 1 0 1

AT 0 0 0 1 0 2

TT 5 0 0 2 0 3

2009 at Portland State at Southern Utah CAL POLY NORTH DAKOTA at Sacramento State

UT 1 0 2 0 1

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TT 1 0 2 1 1

Tackles GP UT AT TT TFL Yds 2009 11 15 15 30 5.0 19

Sack Yds 2.0 15

Pass Def. Int Yds PBU 0 0 2

Fumbles FF FR Yds BK 0 0 0 0

LEWIS 2009 GAME-BY-GAME 2009 at Fresno State MONTANA WESTERN OREGON at Boise State at South Dakota WINSTON-SALEM STATE at Portland State at Southern Utah CAL POLY NORTH DAKOTA at Sacramento State

UT 1 0 1 4 2 3 1 0 3 0 0

AT 1 0 0 2 2 0 3 0 2 3 2

TT 2 0 1 6 4 3 4 0 5 3 2

TFL Yds

2.0 13 0.5 1 2.0 0.5

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SEAN MARAZ

JACOB MAXSON

Quarterback 6-2 • 210 • Jr. Phoenix, Ariz. Sunnyslope HS ’07

Defensive Tackle 6-2 • 280 • Jr. Visalia, Calif. Redwood HS ’07

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2009: Played only against Winston-Salem State with no stats... Named Scout Offense Player of the Week after South Dakota game. 2008: Appeared in four games as a reserve... Finished with 12 carries for 56 yards, including highs of 7-for-31 vs. Southern Utah... Threw a 9-yard pass (to Chris Carter vs. SUU) for his only passing stats. 2007: Redshirted... Voted Scout Offense Player of the Week after Portland State game. SUNNYSLOPE HS ’07: Two-sport standout, excelling in football and baseball... Earned all-state honorable mention and second-team all-region honors as a quarterback and defensive back as a senior...Set a state record for firing six touchowns in a game... Amassed 4,200 passing yards, 600 rushing yards and 39 TD passes in final two seasons... Also a baseball standout, earning Gatorade Rookie of the Year distinction as a sophomore, then second-team all-region as a junior... Batted .345 in his three-year career. PERSONAL: Born in Phoenix, Ariz.... Majoring in science & technology studies... Parents are Thomas & Stacy Maraz... Career plans are to become the CEO of a Fortune 500 company... Would like to have witnessed the Siege of Yorktown.

REGGIE MASON Offensive Line 6-4 • 264 • Sr. Ripon, Calif. Modesto HS ’06

2009: ALL-GREAT WEST CONFERENCE HONORABLE MENTION... Won T. PALMER MOODY AWARD as team’s outstanding sophomore... Finished T5th on team and led defensive line with 36 tackles (19 solos, 17 assists)... Posted team-leading 7.5 tackles for losses of 35 yards, including 3.5 sacks for 27 yards... Had 24 of his season’s 36 tackles in final five games, including season-high 5-2-7 vs. Cal Poly... Blocked Sam Sawyer’s PAT attempt in overtime at South Dakota State, earning him GWC Defensive Player of the Week honors... Twice earned team’s Defensive POW award: Portland State (tied) and Cal Poly... Delivered 3.0 TFLs (10 yds) vs. Western Oregon. 2008: Appeared in all 12 games, listing as No. 2 right tackle on season-ending depth chart... Recorded 16 total tackles (8 solos, 8 assists), including 4.0 stops for losses of 16 yards... Had first collegiate sack vs. Iona, a 7-yarder vs. Warren Smith... Added a 2-yard TFL in that game... Tallied season-best 5 tackles (3-2-5) at San Jose State. 2007: Redshirted... Named Scout Defense Player of the Week after Northeastern game. REDWOOD HS ’07: Compiled more than 100 tackles in each of his junior and senior seasons... Had 89 tackles as a sophomore... Selected to CBS47’s All-Junior Team in 2005, All-Senior Team in 2006... Also excelled in wrestling, capturing West Yosemite League and Central Section titles as a senior heavyweight... Ranked among top eight in state in 2007... Won WYL and finished second at sections as a junior 215-pounder... Ranked in state’s top 10 in 2006. PERSONAL: Born in Delaware, Ohio... Majoring in English... Parents are Paul & Jenifer Maxson... Older siblings, Matthew and Jessica, attend GWC rival Cal Poly... Moment in history he would have liked to witness: Lincoln issuing the Emancipation Proclamation.

78 2009: Played in 8 games as a reserve guard. 2008: Appeared in 9 games, making six starts at right tackle. 2007: Saw action as a reserve vs. Northeastern and Cal Poly. 2006: Redshirted... Named Scout Offense Player of the Week after opener at Northern Colorado. MODESTO HS ’06: Selected to All-Modesto Metro Conference first team as a senior, second team as a junior... Helped team to Sac-Joaquin Section playoff berth in 2005... Voted Most Inspirational and won team’s Offensive Lineman award... Also lettered in basketball and track, earning Most Improved Player honors in former as a senior... Won MMC discus title in 2005. PERSONAL: Born in San Jose, Calif.... Science & technology studies major.... Parents are Stanley & Regina Mason... Has two career highlights: leading MHS football to postseason for first time in more than 30 years, and playing in CIF-SJS basketball championship game at Arco Arena.

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Aggie Returnees MAXSON CAREER STATS 2008 2009 Totals

Tackles GP UT AT TT TFL Yds Sack Yds 12 8 8 16 4.0 16 1.0 7 11 19 17 36 7.5 35 3.5 27 23 27 25 52 11.5 51 4.5 34

Pass Def. Int Yds PBU 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1

Fumbles FF FR Yds BK 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1

MAXSON 2008 GAME-BY-GAME 2008 at San Jose State at Central Arkansas PORTLAND STATE at Montana at Northeastern NORTHERN COLORADO SOUTHERN UTAH IONA NORTH DAKOTA SACRAMENTO STATE at Cal Poly at San Diego

UT 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 0

AT 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0

TT 5 3 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 3 1 0

TFL Yds 1.0 6

2009 at Fresno State MONTANA WESTERN OREGON at Boise State at South Dakota WINSTON-SALEM STATE at Portland State at Southern Utah CAL POLY NORTH DAKOTA at Sacramento State

UT 1 0 2 2 1 0 3 1 5 2 2

AT 2 0 2 0 1 1 2 2 2 3 2

TT 3 0 4 2 2 1 5 3 7 5 4

TFL Yds

2.0

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1.0

1

DE LA SALLE HS ’06: Named All-Bay Valley Athletic League, All-Bay Area and to San Francisco Chronicle All-Metro Team while playing for storied football program... Member of team that finished 11-2... Finished his senior season with 77 total tackles, including 37 solo, averaging 2.7 tackles per game... Also had 6.0 sacks for the year. PERSONAL: Born in Walnut Creek, Calif... Majoring in organizational studies... Parents are Brian & Pier McConnell... Brian was an All-Big Ten linebacker at Michigan State who later played for Buffalo and Houston of the NFL... Uncle, George Hinshaw, was an assistant coach for the New Orleans Saints.

McCONNELL CAREER STATS 2008 2009 Totals

Tackles GP UT AT TT TFL Yds 10 2 8 10 1.0 8 10 2 4 6 1.0 1 20 4 12 16 2.0 9

0.5 1.0

5 9

0.5 2 2.0 10

0.5 1.0

2 8

0.5 0.5

0.5

3

3 1

TOM McCONNELL Defensive End 6-6 • 240 • Sr. Danville, Calif. De La Salle HS ’06

50 2009: Saw action in 10 games (missing only Causeway Classic) as reserve DE... Finished with 6 tackles (2 solos, 4 assists) with two TFL assists (vs. South Dakota and North Dakota). 2008: Appeared in 10 games as No. 2 left defensive end (behind Steven Wulff)... Credited with 10 total tackles (2 solos, 8 assists), including an 8-yard sack against Central Arkansas’ Nathan Brown... Had season-best 3 stops (1-2-3) vs. Cal Poly... Had lone pass breakup vs. Southern Utah, knocking down a Cody Stone attempt. 2007: On roster but did not play. 2006: Redshirted... Named Scout Offense Player of the Week after opener game at TCU.

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Pass Def. Int Yds PBU 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

Fumbles FF FR Yds BK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

MARQUIS NICOLIS

Sack Yds

3.0 10 1.0 9

Sack Yds 1.0 8 0.0 0 1.0 8

Running Back 5-8 • 175 • So. Los Angeles, Calif. Fairfax HS ’08

32 2009: Rushed for 34 yards on 8 carries in 2 games... Most of his production (7-for-34) came against Winston-Salem State... Also had a 6-yard punt return in that game. FAIRFAX HS ’08: Selected as team MVP three times, posting 60 receptions with 15 touchdowns as a senior... Captured All-Academic honors in 2008. PERSONAL: Born in Los Angeles, Calif.... Majoring in human development, hopes for career in sports medicine... Parents are Ernest Nicolis and Diane McCullum... Lists Wes Welker as his sports hero, his father as his non-sports hero.

NICOLIS CAREER STATS 2009

GP 2

Rushing Att Gain Loss Net Avg. Long TD 8 34 0 34 4.2 9 0

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MARCUS NORTH

WESLEY O’BRIEN

Cornerback 5-10 • 200 • Sr. Foothill Ranch, Calif. Mission Viejo HS ’06

Offensive Line 6-4 • 250 • RFr. Hilmar, Calif. Hilmar HS ’09

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2009: Did not play due to injury. 2008: Appeared in 8 games, including first career start (vs. Northern Colorado)... Totalled 20 tackles (14 solos, 6 assists) plus 3 pass breakups... Opened year with 7 stops (3-4-7) vs. San Jose State... Had 3 tackles and PBU vs. Portland State. 2007: Played in 5 games as a reserve DB... Finished with 3 total tackles (2 solos, 1 assist), all in mid-September and all on punt returns... Posted 1-1-2 chart at Eastern Washington... Had an interception and pass break-up vs. Northeastern, but both were wiped by penalties. 2006: Redshirted... Named as team’s Scout Defense Player of the Week after Northern Colorado opener. MISSION VIEJO HS ’06: Garnered first-team All-South Coast League merit in football as a senior, recording 104 tackles... Also honored by National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame... Rated among top 10 defensive backs at Los Angeles Nike Training Camp... Helped Diablos to back-to-back league titles, plus Southern Section Div. II title in 2004... Team went combined 26-1 in 2004 and 2005, earning national rankings of No. 2 and No. 14 in those years, respectively... Holds school frosh-soph records in the triple jump and 4x100 relay... Held Orange County’s top triple jump mark in 2005, posting leap of 43 feet, 6 inches... Won SCL, finished second in county and 3rd at state meet in 4x100 relay. PERSONAL: Born in Wichita, Kan.... Majoring in managerial economics... Parents are Ronald & Patricia North... Lists Ronald as his non-sports hero, DeAngelo Hall as his sports hero... Career highlight was scoring an interception TD vs. De La Salle.

NORTH CAREER STATS GP 2007 5 2008 8 2009 Totals 13

Tackles UT AT TT 2 1 3 14 6 20 dnp 16 7 23

TFL Yds 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0

Sack Yds 0.0 0 0.0 0

0

0.0

0

Pass Def. Int Yds PBU 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0

3

Fumbles FF FR Yds BK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0

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UT 3 2 2 1 0 2

AT 4 1 1 0 0 0

TT 7 3 3 1 0 2

2008 UT SOUTHERN UTAH 3 IONA 1 NORTH DAKOTA SACRAMENTO STATE at Cal Poly at San Diego

2009: Redshirted. HILMAR HS ’09: Captured All-Western Athletic League and alldivision as a senior... Also named Most Valuable Lineman and garnered Ironman Team award... Helped lead Yellowjackets to 12-1 ledger and Sac-Joaquin Section Division 6 title... Won Coaches’ Award in track & field, advancing to section finals in shot and discus. PERSONAL: Born in Louisville, Ky.... Has yet to declare a major... Parents are Daniel and Christine O’Brien... Lists Christine, a UC Davis alumna, as his non-sports hero... Career highlights were winning the section title in 2008, then playing in Rotary All-Star Game.

RYAN O’HOLLERAN Linebacker 6-3 • 220 • RFr. Atherton, Calif. Menlo School ’09

15 2009: Redshirted. MENLO SCHOOL ’09: Recovered from almost year-long injury as a junior to earn first-team All-Peninsula Athletic League and All-San Mateo County honors in 2008... Ranked by norcalprep.com (among top 30) and San Francisco Chronicle (top 10)... Earned first-team All-PAL and second-team all-county distinction as a sophomore DE... Also lettered in basketball (center) and lacrosse (midfield)... Won total of four PAL titles in three sports, plus Central Coast Section championship in basketball as a junior. PERSONAL: Born in Redwood City, Calif.... Has not declared a major... Parents are Michael & Joan O’Holleran... Owns a fixed-up 1953 Country Squire wagon... Hopes to restore a 1969 Camaro SS by the time he’s 30 years old.

AT TT 0 3 0 1 dnp dnp dnp dnp

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HUNTER PAHL

IVAN PEREZ

Linebacker 6-0 • 210 • So. Loomis, Calif. Del Oro HS ’08

Offensive Line 6-3 • 285 • Jr. Oceanside, Calif. Oceanside HS ’07

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2009: Appeared in 7 games as a reserve linebacker... Posted 2 solo stops plus 1 assist for 3 total tackles... Had 1-1-2 tackles chart vs. Winston-Salem State. 2008: Redshirted... Selected as team’s Scout Defense Player of the Week after Cal Poly game. DEL ORO HS ’08: Starred on both sides of the ball, earning AllMetro Defensive Player of the Year honors by Sacramento Bee... Posted 78 tackles with seven sacks, while rushing for 757 yards and 21 touchdowns on offense... Helped lead team to 11-2 record and berth in Sac-Joaquin Section title game... Twice named Sierra Foothill League Defensive Player of the Year... Totalled 80 tackles on defense, 14 rushing TDs on offense as a senior... Earned Scholar-Athlete honors from National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame. PERSONAL: Born in Roseville, Calif.... Majoring in history... Parents are Mike & Becky Pahl... Mike played football at Sierra College... Career highlight was beating rival Nevada Union HS during his junior year.

2009: Played 5 games, starting team’s final 3 at left guard. 2008: Saw action at right guard vs. Southern Utah and Iona. 2007: Redshirted... Selected as Aggies’ Scout Offense Player of the Week after North Dakota State game. OCEANSIDE HS ’07: Helped team to 33-6-1 record and three San Diego Section Division II titles during three-year career. PERSONAL: Born in Escondido, Calif.... Majoring in human development... Mother is Adela Gonzalez... Career plans are to become a firefighter... Avid bass guitarist, wishes he could have been there the first time rock music was played.

JONATHAN PERKINS Cornerback 5-11 • 170 • RFr. Gardena, Calif. Gardena HS ’09

PAHL CAREER STATS Tackles GP UT AT TT TFL Yds 2009 7 2 1 3 0.0 0

Sack Yds 0.0 0

Pass Def. Int Yds PBU 0 0 0

Fumbles FF FR Yds BK 0 0 0 0

11 2009: Redshirted... Voted as team’s Scout Defense Player of the Week after South Dakota game. GARDENA HS ’09: Three-time All-Marine League honoree, earning first-team accolades in 2008 after being selected to the second team as a sophomore and junior... Posted 46 tackles, 2 touchdowns and three interceptions as a senior... Won Outstanding Defensive Player and Best Defensive Back awards. PERSONAL: Born in Gardena, Calif.... Has yet to declare a major... Parents are Robert & Patty Perkins... Older brother, Joe, plays safety at Arizona... Another brother, Richard, was a receiver at Humboldt State.

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NEIL PIERCE

JOSH REESE

Linebacker 6-0 • 205 • Jr. Anaheim, Calif. Esperanza HS ’07

Running Back 6-0 • 196 • Jr. Davis, Calif. Davis HS ’07

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2009: Saw action in all 11 games, starting at right cornerback vs. North Dakota... Finished with 5 tackles (3 solos, 2 assists) with a fumble recovery... Pounced on the loose ball after Jordan Brown stripped Winston-Salem State’s John Harris on a kickoff return... Posted 2 tackles each vs. Fresno State (2-0-2) and Cal Poly (1-1-2). 2008: Played in all 12 games at willie linebacker... Totalled 17 tackles (11 solos, 6 assists), more than half in a three-game midseason stretch... Had 3 tackles vs. Northern Colordo, 2 vs. Southern Utah, then seasonhigh 4 vs. Iona. 2007: Redshirted. ESPERANZA HS ’07: Selected as Defensive MVP in each of his junior and senior years... Led team with 74 tackles and 9 sacks in 2006... Posted 109 tackles with 5 sacks in 2005... First-team All-Sunset League honoree... Team went 21-4 during his final two seasons, reaching Southern Section finals in 2005... Earned National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete honors. PERSONAL: Born in Yorba Linda, Calif.... Intends to declare human development major... Parents are Bill & Wendy Pierce... Favorite movies are 300 and Troy... Appropriately, the event history he would have like to have witness is the Sack of Troy... Career highlight was recording four sacks against top-seeded Edison HS.

PIERCE CAREER STATS 2008 2009 Totals

Tackles GP UT AT TT TFL Yds 12 11 6 17 0.0 0 11 3 2 5 0.0 0 23 14 8 22 0.0 0

Sack Yds 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0

Pass Def. Int Yds PBU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Fumbles FF FR Yds BK 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0

PIERCE 2008 & 2009 GAME-BY-GAME 2008 at San Jose State at Central Arkansas PORTLAND STATE at Montana at Northeastern NORTHERN COLORADO SOUTHERN UTAH IONA NORTH DAKOTA SACRAMENTO STATE at Cal Poly at San Diego

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UT 0 0 1 0 1 2 2 2 0 0 1 2

AT 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 0

TT 0 1 1 1 1 3 2 4 1 0 1 2

2009 at Fresno State MONTANA WESTERN OREGON at Boise State at South Dakota WINSTON-SALEM STATE at Portland State at Southern Utah CAL POLY NORTH DAKOTA at Sacramento State

UT 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0

AT 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

TT 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0

2009: Played in 10 games, finishing 2nd on team with 68-for-375 rushing... Added 11 receptions for 101 yards and 11 kick returns for 170 yards to rank 2nd with 676 all-purpose yards... Recorded first 100-yard rushing game at Southern Utah, posting 14-for-101 on the ground plus 3-for-20 in receiving... Ran for season-long 38-yarder to ignite Aggies’ game-tying scoring drive late vs. Portland State... Had longest kick return (also 38 yards) in that game. 2008: Rushed for 178 yards and one touchdown on 34 carries (5.2 avg.) in 9 games... Also caught 10 passes for 114 yards and another TD... Teams leading kick returner, tallying 537 yards on 28 runbacks (19.2 avg.)... Majority of offense came against Iona: 17-for-99 rushing, plus a one-yard rushing TD and 43-yard TD reception... Also had season-long 28-yard kick return in that game... Had 4 receptions for 31 yards the following week vs. North Dakota... Finished season with 7-for-39 rushing, 4-for-35 receiving at San Diego. 2007: Redshirted. DAVIS HS ’07: Twice named to all-area team for Davis HS... Earned All-Delta Valley Conference first team as a senior... Rushed for 1,151 yards and 11 touchdowns on just 198 carries in 2006... Also caught 13 passes for 132 yards and two TD strikes, while totalling 18 tackles as a defensive back... Had five 100-yard games as a senior, including career-best 274 against Armijo... Compiled 325 rushing yards, 420 receiving yards and seven total touchdowns as a junior... Earned Academic Excellence Awards in his junior and senior years... Also played basketball, helping Blue Devils to Sac-Joaquin Section postseason berth in 2006. PERSONAL: Born in Chico, Calif.... Majoring in sociology, with career aspirations in law enforcement... Parents are Stanley Reese and Elizabeth Clark-Anibaba & Jammal Anibaba... Stan played football at Chico State... Uncle, Rick Reese, played football at Sacramento State... Career highlight was throwing, catching and rushing for a TD in a single game at Davis HS.

JOSH REESE CAREER STATS GP 2008 9 2009 10 Totals 19

Rush 34 68 102

Rushing Yds Avg Long TD 178 5.2 23 1 375 5.5 38 2 553 5.4 38 3

Receiving Rec Yds TD 10 114 1 11 101 0 21 215 1

Kick Ret. Ret Yds Avg. 28 537 19.2 11 170 15.5 39 707 18.1

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Aggie Returnees REESE 2008 & 2009 GAME-BY-GAME

2009 AGGIE INDIVIDUAL HIGHS

2008 Rush Yds TD at San Jose State dnp at Central Arkansas dnp PORTLAND STATE dnp at Montana 0 0 0 at Northeastern 0 0 0 NORTHERN COLORADO 0 0 0 SOUTHERN UTAH 3 9 0 IONA 17 99 1 NORTH DAKOTA 7 31 0 SACRAMENTO STATE 0 0 0 at Cal Poly 0 0 0 at San Diego 7 39 0

Rec Yds

Rushes Rushing Yards Rushing TDs Longest Rush

18 101 2 38

Joe Trombetta, at Portland State (10/24) Josh Reese, at Southern Utah (10/31) Nick Aprile, at Sacramento State (11/21) Josh Reese, at Portland State (10/24)

Passing Attempts Passing Completions Passing Yards Passing TDs Longest Pass

67 43 380 3 3 68

Greg Denham, MONTANA (9/12) Greg Denham, MONTANA (9/12) Greg Denham, at South Dakota (10/10) Greg Denham, WINSTON-SALEM STATE (10/17) Greg Denham, NORTH DAKOTA (11/14) Greg Denham to Chris Carter, WINSTON-SALEM STATE (10/17)

2009 Rush Yds TD at Fresno State 5 15 0 MONTANA 9 21 0 WESTERN OREGON dnp at Boise State 0 0 0 at South Dakota 2 13 0 WINSTON-SALEM STATE 7 18 1 at Portland State 6 84 1 at Southern Utah 14 101 0 CAL POLY 5 40 0 NORTH DAKOTA 10 30 1 at Sacramento State 10 53 0

Receptions Receiving Yards TD Receptions

18 190 2 2 2

Chris Carter, MONTANA (9/12) Chris Carter, MONTANA (9/12) Sean Creadick, at Boise State (10/3) Bakari Grant, at South Dakota (10/10) Chris Carter, NORTH DAKOTA (11/14)

3 3 52

Sean Kelley, WESTERN OREGON (9/26) Sean Kelley, CAL POLY (11/6) Sean Kelley, CAL POLY (11/6)

TD

1 4

43 31

1 0

4

35

0

Rec Yds 1 33

TD 0

1

-3

0

3 3

17 20

0 0

1 2

6 28

0 0

Field Goals Longest Field Goal Punts Punting Average Longest Punt Longest Punt Return Longest Kickoff Return

7 48.7 67 19 81

Colton Schmidt, WESTERN OREGON (9/26) Colton Schmidt, WINSTON-SALEM STATE (10/17) Colton Schmidt, WINSTON-SALEM STATE (10/17) Sean Creadick, NORTH DAKOTA (11/14) Joe Gray, WINSTON-SALEM STATE (10/17)

14 1.0 (14x) 3.0 1 (7x)

Danny Hart, at Boise State (10/3) last Dozie Amajoyi, at Sacramento State (11/21) Jacob Maxson, WESTERN OREGON (10/25) last Kenneth Brown, NORTH DAKOTA (11/14)

FREDERICK RICE

Tackles Sacks Tackles For Loss Interceptions

Cornerback 5-11 • 175 • So. Castro Valley, Calif. Castro Valley HS ’08

2009 AGGIE TEAM HIGHS

10 2009: Appeared in 8 games as a reserve, totaling 5 tackles (4 solos, 1 assist)... Had 3 solo stops vs. Winston-Salem State. 2008: Redshirted... Twice earned team’s Scout Defense Player of the Week award: after Central Arkansas and Sacramento State weekends. CASTRO VALLEY HS ’08: Twice garnered All-Hayward Area Athletic League honorable mention... Totalled seven interceptions, 68 tackles and 30 pass break-ups during junior and senior seasons... Also an all-league performer in track, posting bests of 11.25 in 100 meters, 48.9 in 400 meters. PERSONAL: Born in Oakland, Calif.... Majoring in psychology... Parents are Gerald and Susan Rice.

RICE CAREER STATS Tackles GP UT AT TT TFL Yds 2009 8 4 1 5 0.0 0

Sack Yds 0.0 0

Pass Def. Int Yds PBU 0 0 0

Fumbles FF FR Yds BK 0 0 0 0

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Rushes Rushing Yards Yards Per Rush Rushing TDs

41 244 6.0 2 2

at Southern Utah (10/31) at Southern Utah (10/31) at Southern Utah (10/31) at Southern Utah (10/31) at Sacramento State (11/21)

Passing Attempts Passing Completions Passing Yards Yards Per Pass Passing TDs

67 43 380 12.9 3 3 3 3

MONTANA (9/12) MONTANA (9/12) at South Dakota (10/10) WINSTON-SALEM STATE (10/17) WINSTON-SALEM STATE (10/17) at Portland State (10/24) at Southern Utah (10/31) vs. North Dakota (11/14)

Total Plays Total Offense Yards Per Play

90 484 6.3

MONTANA (9/12) at Portland State (10/24) at Portland State (10/24)

Points Sacks By First Downs Penalties Penalty Yards Turnovers By Turnovers Against Interceptions By Interceptions Against

45 5

WINSTON-SALEM STATE (10/17) WINSTON-SALEM STATE (10/17)

29 12 115 3 3 3 5 2 2

at Portland State (10/24) at Southern Utah (10/31) at Southern Utah (10/31) vs. Montana (9/12) at Portland State (10/24) at Southern Utah (10/31) WINSTON-SALEM STATE (10/17) WINSTON-SALEM STATE (10/17) MONTANA (9/12)

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DEAN ROGERS Tight End 6-3 • 250 • Sr. Visalia, Calif. Redwood HS ’06

35 2009: ALL-GREAT WEST CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM for second consecutive year... Started all 11 games, grabbing 29 receptions for 326 yards and 2 touchdowns... Only Aggie besides Chris Carter to register a 100-yard receiving game, finishing 4-for-103 at South Dakota... Grabbed season-best 6 catches vs. Montana, then matched it at Sacramento State... Scored his TDs vs. Winston-Salem State and Southern Utah... Won team’s Offensive Player of the Week award after WSSU game, pulling in 25-yard TD from Greg Denham late in 2nd quarter. 2008: ALL-GREAT WEST CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM... Started all 12 games at tight end... Actually had more carries as a fullback (16) then receptions at TE (13)... Rushed for 62 yards and 3 TDs, including a pair of 1-yard scores vs. North Dakota... Collected 178 yards on 13 catches... Caught 2 passes in each of final three games, amassing season-best 62 yards in finale at San Diego. 2007: Appeared in all 11 games as team’s No. 2 tight end... Caught 5 passes for 47 yards... Longest reception was 21-yarder vs. Southern Utah... Had 2-for-21 game vs. Sacramento State. 2006: Redshirted... Named as Scout Offense Player of the Week after Central Arkansas game. REDWOOD HS ’06: Set school career records for rushing yards (2,551), touchdowns (46), points (278) and consecutive 1,000-yard seasons (2)... Earned second-team All-West Yosemite League and All-Tulare County honors as a senior, rushing for 1,126 yards and 20 touchdowns... Also named as team MVP and selected among top 50 seniors in Central Section by KGPE Channel 47... Named to All-WYL and All-Tulare County first teams as a junior, compiling 1,358 rushing yards with 23 touchdowns... Voted as teams Offensive Player of the Year and named among top 50 juniors in Central Section by KGPE... Played tight end as a sophomore, amassing 234 yards with three scores... Was team’s Offensive Rookie of the Year... Also lettered in basketball, twice leading team in rebounding and earning second-team All-WYL and AllTulare County distinction. PERSONAL: Born in Salinas, Calif.... Majoring in economics... Parents are Frank & Kathryn Rogers... Proudest personal accomplishment was graduating high school with a 4.0 GPA.

ROGERS CAREER STATS 2007 2008 2009 Totals

GP 11 12 10 33

Rec 5 13 30 48

Receiving Yds Avg Long 47 9.4 21 178 13.7 37 329 11.0 60 554 11.5 60

TD 0 0 2 2

Rushing Rush Yds Avg Long 0 0 0.0 0 16 62 3.9 23 1 3 3.0 3 17 65 3.8 26

TD 0 3 0 3

2008 at San Jose State at Central Arkansas PORTLAND STATE at Montana at Northeastern NORTHERN COLORADO SOUTHERN UTAH IONA NORTH DAKOTA SACRAMENTO STATE at Cal Poly at San Diego

Rush Yds TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 38 0 6 14 2 5 6 1 2 4 0 0 0 0

Rec 1 0 0 3 1 0 2 0 0 2 2 2

Yds 6 0 0 36 18 0 14 0 0 14 28 62

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2009 at Fresno State MONTANA WESTERN OREGON at Boise State at South Dakota WINSTON-SALEM STATE at Portland State at Southern Utah CAL POLY NORTH DAKOTA at Sacramento State

Rush Yds TD 0 0 0 1 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

Rec 1 6 0 2 4 2 3 1 2 3 6

Yds 5 31 0 10 103 49 43 6 21 19 42

TD 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0

COLTON SCHMIDT Punter 5-11 • 190 • Fr. Bakersfield, Calif. Liberty HS ’09

90 2009: Punted 52 times for 2,032 yards (39.1 average)... Pinned 19 attempts inside opponent’s 20-yard line... Booted four of 50 yards or more... Longest punt, a 67-yarder vs. Winston-Salem State, stuck the Rams on their own 1-yard line... Handled placekicking duties in second half of Sacramento State game, hitting a pair of PATs... Had four punts at Montana, forcing the Griz to start drives inside their own 10 on two occasions to earn GWC Special Teams Player of the Week honors. LIBERTY HS ’09: Received All-Southeast Yosemite League honors as well as All-Area (Kern County) recognition after averaging more than 40 yards per attempt... Also served as placekicker, hitting 9 of 13 FGs, including a 48-yarder... Made 29 of 30 PATs for team-high 56 points in 2008... Selected as Special Teams Player of the Year by KBAK-TV... Selected to All-Southeast Yosemite League first team and All-Area second team as a junior... Team won three SEYL titles in his four years. PERSONAL: Born in Bakersfield, Calif.... Majoring in political science... Parents are Mark & Deborah Schmidt.

SCHMIDT CAREER STATS 2009

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Punting No. Yds Avg. Long 52 2032 39.1 67

TB FC I20 50+ BLK 2 5 19 4 1

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CAMERON SENTANCE

PATRICK SHELTON

Tight End 6-4 • 240 • RFr. Los Angeles, Calif. John Marshall HS ’09

Strong Safety 6-1 • 210 • Jr. Canoga Park, Calif. Monroe HS ’06

84 2009: Redshirted. JOHN MARSHALL HS ’09: Earned All-Southern Section accolades as a senior, posting 50 receptions for 810 yards and 9 touchdowns as a slot receiver... Also starred in basketball, earning 20 points per game to capture All-Northern League honors... Lettered in track & field as a shot putter and high jumper. PERSONAL: Born in Los Angeles, Calif.... Majoring in exercise biology... Parents are David & Carla Sentance.

FOOTBALL SUPPORT STAFF Equipment Managers Steve Alarcon Joe Martinez Volunteer Administrative Assistant Fred Kelley Video Coordinators Peter Kuo Steve Wulff Team Manager Paul Randhawa

1 2009: Did not play due to injury. 2008: Appeared in 12 games, compiling 7 tackles (6 solos, 1 assist) plus a pass breakup, a fumble recovery and a team-best 2 forced fumbles... Earned Special Teams Player of the Week after spoiling Portland State’s Aaron Woods from an 83-yard kick return TD... Stripped the ball loose at the 2-yard-line to keep the Aggies up by two possessions... Hit receiver Tim Mastrino for a fumble and recovery in Iona win. 2007: Redshirted... Earned team’s Scout Defense Player of the Week on two occasions: after Southern Utah and Sacramento State games. MONROE HS ’06: Named All-Valley Mission League first team and first team all-city... Helped team advance to Los Angeles Section playoffs... Named to all-league second team as a junior after finishing second on the team in tackles... Selected to play in Next Level Sports All-Star game. PERSONAL: Born in Van Nuys, Calif.... International relations major... Father is Claude Shelton... Chose UC Davis because “I want to be part of a great story with this team”... Lists Dwayne Wade and Brian Dawkins as his sports heroes.

SHELTON CAREER STATS Tackles GP UT AT TT TFL Yds 2008 12 6 1 7 0.0 0 2009 dnp Totals 12 6 1 7 0.0 0

Sack Yds 0.0 0 0.0

0

Pass Def. Int Yds PBU 0 0 0 0 0

0

Fumbles FF FR Yds BK 2 1 0 0 2 1 0

0

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DEREK SHUTT

KIRK SKIERSKI

Tight End 6-4 • 245 • So. Oxnard, Calif. Oxnard HS ’08

Linebacker 6-0 • 216 • So. Trabuco Hills, Calif. Santa Margarita HS ’08

92

8

2009: Lone appearance was against Winston-Salem State, stopping QB Jarrett Dunston late in the 4th quarter. 2008: Redshirted... Earned Scout Defense Player of the Week honors after Northeastern game. OXNARD HS ’08: Tallied 106 tackles (32 solos, 74 assists) with five sacks as a senior... Caught nine passes for 224 yards and four touchdowns at tight end... Also starred in basketball and baseball... Batted .446 with 34 RBI in 25 games while posting 1.98 ERA on the mound in 2008... Earned Pacific View League Defensive Player of the Year honors in football, league MVP in basketball, then second straight Player of the Year nod in baseball during his senior year. PERSONAL: Born in Provo, Utah... Has not declared a major... Parents are Stephen & Alma Shutt... Older brother, Justin, plays baseball at Brigham Young... Proudest accomplishment was winning league championships in football, basketball and baseball as a senior... Sports hero is Jackie Robinson.

2009: Played only in Winston-Salem State game but did not record any stats... Selected as Scout Defense Player of the Week three times: Western Oregon, Boise State and Cal Poly. 2008: Redshirted... Named Scout Defense Player of the Week following North Dakota game. SANTA MARGARITA HS ’08: Earned All-Trinity League first-team honors as a senior linebacker... Led league with 111 tackles (30 solos, 81 assists), following up 70-tackle performance as a junior... Named among top 100 players in Orange County... National Honor Society member. PERSONAL: Born in Laguna Hills, Calif.... Majoring in environmental policy analysis & planning... Parents are Kenneth & Suzan Skierski... Older brother, Kyle, starred as an offensive lineman at UC Davis from 2003-06... Lists Kyle as his non-sports hero, reserving sports-hero title for fellow LB Ray Lewis... Proudest personal accomplishment was playing in Orange County All-Star Game.

DWIGHT SMITH

SHUTT CAREER STATS Tackles GP UT AT TT TFL Yds 2009 1 1 0 0 0.0 0

Sack Yds 0.0 0

Pass Def. Int Yds PBU 0 0 0

Fumbles FF FR Yds BK 0 0 0 0

Wide Receiver 6-4 • 182 • Jr. Davis, Calif. Davis HS ’07

19 2009: Credited with two games played but did not record any stats. 2008: Saw action in three midseason home games... Lone reception was 16-yarder from Daniel Alfaro late in Iona win. DAVIS HS ’07: Lettered two years for Blue Devils, playing quarterback, receiver and cornerback... Tallied 11 tackles as a senior. PERSONAL: Born in Pompton Plains, N.J.... Majoring in community and regional development... Parents are Steven & Lorraine Smith... Chose UC Davis because he grew up in town and it has “always been a dream of mine.”

SMITH CAREER STATS 2008 2009 Totals

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GP 3 2 5

Receiving Rec Yds Avg Long 1 16 16.0 16 0 0 0.0 0 1 16 16.0 16

TD 0 0 0

Rushing Rush Yds Avg Long 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0

TD 0 0 0

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ERIC SOBOTKA Defensive End 6-2 • 238 • Sr. Seaside, Calif. Palma HS ’06

47 2009: ALL-GREAT WEST CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM... Started first 10 games at right end... Tallied 32 tackles (22 solos, 10 assists) with 3 pass breakups, a fumble recovery and forced fumble... Scored first career touchdown after scooping up Nathan Munford’s fumble and returning it 34 yards vs. Winston-Salem State... Also had 5.0 tackles for losses of 19 yards, including 3.0 sacks for 11 yards... Voted as team’s Defensive Player of the Week after Montana game, having registered 3-1-4 tackles chart vs. Griz... Arguably had his best game a week later vs. Western Oregon: 6 tackles (5 solos, 1 assist) with 2.5 TFLs (7 yds)... Posted 4 stops (1-3-4) plus sack and forced fumble against Portland State QB Connor Kavanaugh. 2008: Only saw action in Central Arkansas game, but did not record any stats... Sidelined by injury for most of season. 2007: Played in all 11 games as a reserve... Totalled 7 tackles (4 solos, 3 assists)... Had 2-tackle games vs. Portland State (1-1-2) and Cal Poly (2-0-2)... Posted lone tackle-for-loss vs. Mustangs, stopping Matt Brennan for 4 yards on a 3rd-and-short situation. 2006: Redshirted... Named as team’s Scout Defense Player of the Week after Montana State game. PALMA HS ’06: Earned All-Tri-County Athletic League, all-county and All-Central Coast Section honors as a senior... Also named to AllNorCal second team and was second-team all-state... Selected Tri-County League and team’s defensive MVP... Finished 2005 season with 149 tackles... Voted as team’s defensive MVP as a junior along while earning all-league, all-county and second-team all-state (underclass) accolades... Finished with 67 tackles as a junior... Also lettered in basketball and volleyball... Posted 142 kills and 10 blocks during 2005 volleyball season... Member of National Honor Society. PERSONAL: Born in Monterey, Calif.... Majoring in economics... Parents are Dave & Deanne Sobotka... Pretended to be Michael Jordan in his younger days.

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SOBOTKA CAREER STATS 2007 2008 2009 Totals

Tackles GP UT AT TT TFL Yds 11 4 3 7 1.0 4 1 0 0 0 0.0 0 10 22 10 32 5.0 16 22 26 13 39 6.0 20

Sack Yds 0.0 0 0.0 0 3.0 11 3.0 11

Pass Def. Int Yds PBU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 3

Fumbles FF FR Yds BK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 34 0 1 1 34 0

SOBOTKA 2009 GAME-BY-GAME 2009 UT at Fresno State 2 MONTANA 3 WESTERN OREGON 5 at Boise State 2 at South Dakota 0 WINSTON-SALEM STATE 4 at Portland State 1 at Southern Utah 1 CAL POLY 3 NORTH DAKOTA 1 at Sacramento State

AT 2 1 1 0 1 0 3 0 1 1 dnp

TT 4 4 6 2 1 4 4 1 4 0

TFL Yds

Sack Yds

2.5

7

1.0

3

1.5

7

1.0

6

1.0

2

1.0

2

BRANDON SOFLEY Offensive Line 6-5 • 285 • Sr. Moorpark, Calif. Moorpark Coll./Moorpark HS ’06

77 2009: Lone appearance was Winston-Salem State game. 2008: Redshirted. MOORPARK COLLEGE: Earned All-Western State Conference as a freshman and sophomore left tackle... Team combined for 18-5 record in his two seasons... Also picked up All-State Academic and JC Gridwire All-Academic honors as a sophomore. MOORPARK HS ’06: Captured All-Ventura County and All-Marmonte League accolades in 2005... Also shared team’s Most Valuable Lineman award... Musketeers went 10-4, advancing to Southern Section semifinals... Four-year Scholar-Athlete. PERSONAL: Born in Moorpark, Calif.... Majoring in managerial economics... Parents are Jeff & Debbie Sofley... Lists Jeff Saturday as his sports hero, Ernest Hemingway as his non-sports hero... Moment in history he wishes he could have witnessed is the Gettysburg Address.

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ANTHONY SOTO

MARK TOS

Wide Receiver 5-10 • 185 • So. Fresno, Calif. San Joaquin Memorial HS ’08

Offensive Line 6-6 • 300 • Sr. Hanford, Calif. Central Valley Christian HS ’06

81

71

2009: Saw action in 7 games as a reserve wideout... Caught 7 passes for 62 yards... Also chipped in on kick returns (5-for-109) and punt returns (1-for-minus-1)... First collegiate reception was 3-yarder early in season opener at Fresno State... Longest kick return was a 30-yard scamper from the end zone vs. Southern Utah. 2008: Redshirted... Selected as Scout Offense Player of the Week after North Dakota game. SAN JOAQUIN MEMORIAL HS ’08: Earned All-North Yosemite League honors for three straight years as a wide receiver, adding a NYL Offensive Player of the Year nod in his senior season... Caught 47 passes for 770 yards and seven touchdowns in 2007... Had 43 receptions for 626 yards and three TDs as a junior, 32-for-473 with four TDs as a sophomore... Also starred in basketball, averaging 12.6 points per game as a junior, 10.2 ppg as a senior... National Honor Society member, earning academic awards for algebra II and American history. PERSONAL: Born in Fresno, Calif.... Majoring in community & regional development... Parents are Lori & David Soto... Best athlete he’s faced was Jrue Holiday, then of Campbell Hall HS.

SOTO CAREER STATS 2009

GP 7

Receiving Rec Yds Avg Long TD 7 62 8.9 13 0

Kick Ret. Ret Yds Avg. Long TD 5 109 21.8 30 0

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Yds 13 9 dnp 0 8 19

TD 0 0 0 0 0

2009 Rec at Portland State 1 at Southern Utah 0 CAL POLY NORTH DAKOTA at Sacramento State

Early Praise Phil Steele’s College Football Preview honored 13 Aggies on its preseason All-Great West Conference team, plus offensive lineman Tommy Hernandez on the preaseason All-America squad. PHIL STEELE’S PRESEASON ALL-AMERICA Mark Tos - Third Team, OT

SOTO 2009 GAME-BY-GAME 2009 Rec at Fresno State 2 MONTANA 1 WESTERN OREGON at Boise State 0 at South Dakota 1 WINSTON-SALEM STATE 2

2009: ALL-GREAT WEST CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM... Started all 11 games at right tackle, bringing streak to 34 straight... Selected as team’s Offensive Player of the Week after South Dakota game. 2008: ALL-GREAT WEST CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM... Switched to left tackle, starting all 12 games (23 straight in career). 2007: Started all 11 games at right tackle. 2006: Redshirted... Voted as Scout Offense Player of the Week after Sacramento State game. CENTRAL VALLEY CHRISTIAN HS ’06: Twice selected to All-East Sierra League first team, including Lineman of the Year in 2005... Also named to Fresno Bee All-Area squad... Small-school all-state honoree and first-team All-Tulare County. PERSONAL: Born in Hanford, 2010 Phil Steele’s Calif.... Majoring international agriCollege Football Preview cultural development... Parents are Bill Preseason Third-Team & Linda Tos... Bill played basketball at All-American Cal Poly... Proudest accomplishment was making the all-state team.

Yds TD 13 0 0 0 dnp dnp dnp

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JOE TROMBETTA Running Back 6-0 • 215 • Sr. Petaluma, Calif. Casa Grande HS ’06

9 UC DAVIS CAREER LISTS: Enters senior year with 1,618 career rushing yards, 9th in school history... Needs 195 to surpass Shawn Rogers (1981-83) for 8th, 197 to move ahead of Matt Massari (2001-02) for 7th... With 382 yards, will become just the 7th player in Aggie annals to break 2,000-yard milestone... With 88 receptions, could surpass Shola Adeyemo (112 from 1987-90) for the most career catches by a RB... Note: Mike Ichiyama, who had 128 receptions from 1992-94, played most of his career as a slot receiver. 2009: Started all 11 games, leading Aggies with 395 rushing yards on 119 carries... Added 30-for-206 receiving... Scored 5 total touchdowns (4 rush, 1 rec)... Enjoyed his best overall game at Portland State: season-high 60 yards on the ground plus a 30-yard catch to set up Sean Kelley’s game-winning field goal in 4th quarter... Pulled down seasonbest 4 receptions vs. Fresno State and Western Oregon... Lone receiving TD was 18-yarder vs. Winston-Salem State. 2008: ALL-GREAT WEST CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM... Started 8 games, missing a pair of 2-game stints due to injury... Led team in rushing, amassing 547 yards and 3 touchdowns on 125 carries... Also caught 19 passes for 150 yards... Broke 100-yard milestone on three occasions: 156 vs. Portland State, 113 vs. Northern Colorado, 114 vs. Sacramento State... Season-best total vs. PSU was aided by 58-yard TD in first quarter... With 1,223 career rushing yards, needs just 98 to enter program’s all-time top 10 list (Jerold Ligons had 1,321 from 1983-86)... Rushed for 1,000th career yard late in UNC game, marking the second time an Aggie has reached that standard as a sophomore (Shola Adeyemo, 1987)... Caught 4 passes for season-best 51 yards vs. San Diego. 2007: Won Aggies’ MIKE WISE AWARD as outstanding freshman of the year... Played in 10 games (sitting out North Dakota State), starting eight... Led team in rushing attempts (90), yards (676) and touchdowns (8), while adding 39 receptions for 314 yards and 2 more scores... Rushing yardage total is highest ever by a UC Davis freshman... Also had 4 kick returns for 70 yards for team-best 1,060 all-purpose yards... Made collegiate debut with 19-for-189 rushing and 5-for-86 receiving vs. Western Washington, earning team’s Offensive Player of the Week honors... Single-game total of 189 ground yards is most by a UC Davis freshman since G.P. Muhammad (then Gerald Burgin) ran for 210 in 1995... Aided by 90-yard TD run early in third quarter vs. WWU, second-longest in school history behind Jim Wilson’s 94-yard scamper in 1953... Cracked century mark twice more: 22-for-104 vs. Northeastern, 13-for-101 vs. San Diego... Collected 10 receptions for 80 yards and a TD strike vs. Eastern Washington. 2006: Redshirted... Selected as team’s Scout Offense Player of the Week after Southern Utah game. CASA GRANDE HS ’06: Set school and Redwood Empire career rushing records at 5,447 yards... All-state selection in both 2003 and 2005... Led Redwood Empire with 1,661 yards as a senior, helping team capture Sonoma County League title... Earned SCL Player of the Year distinction that season... Had league-best 1,778 rushing yards in 2004,

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earning honorable mention on San Francisco Chronicle All-Metro squad... Rushed for career-best 2,008 yards as a sophomore, garnering Redwood Empire Player of the Year honors... Also excelled in track, reaching North Coast Section finals in 200 meters, 400 meters and 4x100 relay. PERSONAL: Born in Santa Rosa, Calif.... Majoring in organizational studies... Parents are Grant & Kathleen Trombetta, whom he lists as nonsports heroes... Career highlight was becoming the Redwood Empire’s all-time leading rusher.

TROMBETTA CAREER STATS 2007 2008 2009 Totals

GP 10 8 11 29

Rushing Att Gain Loss Net Avg. Long TD 140 711 35 676 4.8 90 8 125 564 17 547 4.4 58 3 119 413 18 395 3.3 15 4 384 1688 70 1618 4.2 90 15

Receiving Rec Yds 39 314 19 150 30 206 88 670

TD 2 0 1 3

TROMBETTA GAME-BY-GAME Rushing 2007 Att Yd TD WESTERN WASHINGTON 19 189 1 at Portland State 19 93 1 at Eastern Washington 19 63 1 NORTHEASTERN 22 104 2 at San Jose State 21 76 0 at North Dakota State dnp CAL POLY 10 18 1 at Southern Utah 0 0 0 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE 2 10 0 at Sacramento State 15 22 1 SAN DIEGO 13 101 1 Rushing 2008 Att Yd TD at San Jose State 21 50 0 at Central Arkansas 14 23 0 PORTLAND STATE 21 156 2 at Montana dnp at Northeastern dnp NORTHERN COLORADO 27 113 1 SOUTHERN UTAH 2 12 0 IONA dnp NORTH DAKOTA dnp SACRAMENTO STATE 19 114 0 at Cal Poly 10 53 0 at San Diego 11 26 0 2009 at Fresno State MONTANA WESTERN OREGON at Boise State at South Dakota WINSTON-SALEM STATE at Portland State at Southern Utah CAL POLY NORTH DAKOTA at Sacramento State

Att 11 11 16 8 17 7 18 7 9 8 7

Rushing Yd TD 28 0 37 0 41 1 18 0 47 1 30 0 60 1 44 1 29 0 37 0 24 0

Receving Yd 86 61 80 15 40

TD 0 0 1 1 0

11 0 0 -1 22

0 0 0 0 0

Receving Yd 27 9 4

TD 0 0 0

2 0

16 0

0 0

1 0 4

5 0 51

0 0 0

Receving Yd 11 33 38 9 4 18 30 11 -3 30 25

TD 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

Rec 5 4 10 6 8 1 0 0 1 4 Rec 4 5 1

Rec 4 3 4 4 3 1 1 2 2 3 3

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RYAN TROY Cornerback 5-11 • 188 • Jr. Claremont, Calif. Chaffey College/Claremont HS ’07

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TUCKER CAREER STATS

2009: On roster, did not play. PREVIOUS COLLEGE: Posted 12 tackles with one interception (15 yards) and one pass breakup for Chaffey College in 2008... Attended Fresno State in 2007-08 but did not play. CLAREMONT HS ’07: Lettered in football and track... Registered 54 tackles with a pick and 12 pass breakups in 2006... Posted track & field bests of 22.4 in 200 meters, 6-2 in high jump, qualifying for Southern Section meet as a junior. PERSONAL: Born in Nassau, the Bahamas... Majoring in computer science... Father is Cosmore Troy... Holds black belts in two different martial arts... Career highlight was winning a karate title... Hopes for a career as a computer science engineer.

BRANDON TUCKER Running Back 5-8 • 185 • Sr. Los Angeles, Calif. Wilson HS ’06

40 2009: Did not play due to injury. 2008: Appeared in 7 games, starting against Montana and Northeastern... Missed final five contests due to injury... Amassed 358 yards on 79 carries, scoring team-best 6 touchdowns... Added 28 receptions for 175 yards... Also served on special teams, posting 9-for-167 (18.6) in kick returns and 9-for-59 (6.6) on punt returns... In all, averaged 108.4 per game in all-purpose yards... Recorded season-best totals in both rushing (118) and receiving yards (57) at Northeastern... Totalled 89 yards and two TDs vs. Portland State... Also had pair of scores vs. Southern Utah... Hauled in season-high 9 catches at Montana. 2007: ALL-GREAT WEST FOOTBALL CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM... Earned team’s COACHES’ AWARD as most improved player... Played in all 11 games, making starts against North Dakota State and Southern Utah when fellow freshman Joe Trombetta went down with injury... Ranked 2nd on team in rushing, finishing with 98 carries for 385 yards and 4 touchdowns... Also caught 30 passes for 247 yards and 2 TDs, and served as team’s top kick returner with 17 runbacks for 369 yards (21.7)... Earned Aggies’ Offensive Player of the Week awards in back-to-back weeks, rushing for 117 yards and 2 scores vs. Southern Utah then posting 15-for-99 ground numbers vs. Sacramento State... Longest kick return was 44-yarder vs. Cal Poly.

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2006: Redshirted... Voted as team’s Scout Offense Player of the Week after Cal Poly game. WILSON HS ’06: Rushed for 429 yards while hauling in 51 catches for 851 yards in 2004... Posted 83 tackles and 2 interceptions on defense... Followed with 52-for-717 receiving as a senior. PERSONAL: Born in Los Angeles, Calif.... Majoring in art studio... Parents are Stanford & Martha Tucker... Lists Brian’s Song as his favorite movie... Guiding force behind “The Art of Athletes,” a Homecoming weekend art exhibit in 2009, featuring the works of student-athletes.

Rushing GP Rush Yds Avg Long TD 2007 11 98 385 3.9 90 8 2008 7 79 358 4.5 40 6 2009 dnp - injury Totals 18 177 743 4.2 90 14

Receiving Rec Yds TD 30 247 2 28 175 0

Kick Ret. Ret Yds Avg. 17 369 21.7 9 167 18.6

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Att 0 1 1 10 4 21 3 27 15 3 13

Rushing Yd TD 0 0 3 0 0 0 12 0 27 0 54 0 26 0 119 2 99 0 1 0 44 2

Rushing 2008 Att Yd TD at San Jose State 5 23 0 at Central Arkansas 0 0 0 PORTLAND STATE 15 89 2 at Montana 21 81 1 at Northeastern 24 118 1 NORTHERN COLORADO 3 6 0 SOUTHERN UTAH 11 41 2 IONA dnp NORTH DAKOTA dnp SACRAMENTO STATE dnp at Cal Poly dnp at San Diego dnp

Rec 0 1 4 2 7 3 3 4 2 3 Rec 2 2 3 9 7 4 1

Receving Yd TD 0 0 -4 41 7 31 15 42 50 20 35

0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0

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The Art of Athletes In an event spearheaded by running back Brandon Tucker, the “Art of Athletes” art show completed a successful three-day run at the Log Cabin Gallery in downtown Davis during the Homecoming Weekend of October 16-18. The show featured 22 works of art, all by Aggie student-athletes, comprising a multitude of disciplines. Tucker contributed an oil-on-canvas painting entitled “Downtown Davis.” Another football player, receiver Bakari Grant added a tribute to Muhammad Ali called “Champion.”

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Aggie Returnees

RAY WILBURN

ELON WYATT

Offensive Line 6-2 • 280 • So. San Bernardino, Calif. Cajon HS ’08

Wide Receiver 6-1 • 190 • So. Ontario, Calif. Colony HS ’08

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2009: Started every game at right guard except Western Oregon (giving way to Frank Scalercio). 2008: Redshirted... Named Scout Offense Player of the Week after Northern Colorado game. CAJON HS ’08: Picked up All-Southern Section accolades as a junior and senior... Also a three-time All-San Andreas League and two-time AllSan Bernardino County honoree... Surrendered just one quarterback sack in his three seasons... Helped Cowboys advanced to CIF-SS postseason every year... Added All-SAL honors in track & field as a shot putter, advancing to section finals... Talented as a musician, playing drums, piano and guitar. PERSONAL: Born in San Bernardino, Calif.... Sociology major... Parents are Hawk Wilburn and Ramona Fox... Sports hero is Brian Dawkins... Non-sports hero is his older sister, Samantha, who serves in the U.S. Army.

2009: Appeared in 9 games but did not record any stats. 2008: Redshirted... Selected as Scout Offense Player of the Week following Central Arkansas and Sacramento State games. COLONY HS ’08: Earned first-team All-Southern Section (Central Division) honors as a senior, totalling 810 receiving yards... Won team’s Coaches Award as a freshman and junior, Most Improved as a sophomore... Tallied 564 receiving yards in 2006, 340 in 2004... Also had 32 tackles (at strong safety) in his freshman season... Team went 10-2 and won CIF-SS Central Division titles in final two years. PERSONAL: Born in Fontana, Calif.... Majoring in psychology... Parents are Dwayne & Tamishea Wyatt... Moment in history he wishes he could have seen was the moon walk.

RANDY WRIGHT Quarterback 6-3 • 185 • Fr. Santa Rosa, Calif. Cardinal Newman HS ’09

17 2009: Redshirted... Co-winner of team’s Scout Offense Player of the Week award after North Dakota game. CARDINAL NEWMAN HS ’09: Captured all-state honors and was named All-North Bay League Co-MVP after leading team to California Div. III Bowl Championship game... Threw for 2,702 yards and 30 touchdowns against just three picks... Completed 69.7 percent of his 261 passing attempts... Also ran for 368 yards and 8 scores as a senior... Helped team to 11-2-1 mark and North Coast Section title as a junior... Also picked up second-team All-NBL distinction in basketball. PERSONAL: Born in Santa Rosa, Calif.... Majoring in communication... Parents are Lance & Rhonda Wright... Older brother, Kyle, played for UTEP... Two places he’d like to visit: the Moon and Alaska.

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Aggie Newcomers MARQUES BARRON

RYAN DIMINO

Defensive Line 6-2 • 248 • Fr. Merced, Calif./Merced HS ’10

Linebacker 6-0 • 220 • Fr. Carmichael, Calif./Del Campo HS ’10

MERCED HS ’10: Twice named to Central California Conference first team, including CCC Lineman of the Year honors as a senior... Finished senior year with 81 tackles with 9 sacks after picking up 61 tackles and 4 sacks as a junior... Team finished 11-2 in 2008, winning CCC at 6-0 and advancing to Sac-Joaquin Section semis... Also earned All-CCC second-team honors in basketball in 2010. PERSONAL: Born in Merced, Calif.... Majoring in exercise biology... Parents are Curtis & Kara Barron... Proudest personal accomplishment was winning Superintendent’s Award... Cousin, Jarrett Sparks, plays tight end for Cal.

ALEX CANNON Wide Receiver 6-1 • 175 • Fr. Long Beach, Calif./Long Beach Poly HS ’10

DOUG DRAKELEY

LONG BEACH POLY HS ’10: Three-time Play it Smart Award winner from the National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame (NFF)... Also had a 3-star rating from Rivals.com... Team went 14-1 during his junior year, captured Southern Section title and advanced to state championship bowl game... Poly went 13-1 and won its section in 2007 after going 12-2 during his freshman year... Center for International Commerce (CIC) honors student. PERSONAL: Born in Long Beach, Calif.... Majoring in pre-managerial economics... Parents are Robert & Karen Cannon... Both parents were track stars in the 1980s... Indiana Hall of Famer Robert competed in triple jump at 1988 Olympics in Seoul, Karen was a hurdler at that year’s Olympic Trials.

MIKE CODY Tight End 6-4 • 245 • Jr. Auburn, Calif./Sierra Colelge/Colfax HS ’07

Defensive Line 6-3 • 300 • Fr. Folsom, Calif./Vista Del Lago HS ’10 VISTA DEL LAGO HS ’10: Earned All-Sierra Valley League firstteam nod as a junior, then added honorable mention as a senior... Posted 56 tackles (22 solos, 34 assists) with 2 sacks and a fumble recovery in 2009; 42 tackles, 2 sacks and FR in 2008... Member of school’s first graduating class. PERSONAL: Born in Carmichael, Calif.... Majoring in political science... Parents are Doug & Caroline Drakeley, both UC Davis graduates... Career highlight was scoring a touchdown off a fumble recovery (vs. McClatchy HS)... By the time he’s 30, hopes to look down at Earth from space... Would title his autobiography, Doug Drakeley: The Tale of the Brick Wall With Feet.

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SIERRA COLLEGE: Earned All-Bay Valley Conference as a sophomore in 2009... Grabbed 8 catches for 120 yards... Helped lead Wolverines to back-to-back conference titles. COLFAX HS ’07: All-Pioneer Valley League honoree in both football and baseball... Helped football team to 22-3 combined record in final two seasons, including Sac-Joaquin Section finals in 2006. PERSONAL: Born in Colfax, Calif.... Majoring in history... Parents are Maureen and Don Cody... Youngest of four brothers... Older brother, David, played football for Ohio.

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DEL CAMPO HS ’10: Selected as All-Metro Player of the Year by the Sacramento Bee in 2009, rushing for 2,702 yards and passing for 2,089 more... Accounted for 47 touchdowns (28 rush, 19 pass)...Ranked 2nd on team with 60 tackles on defense, while adding an interception... Earned Old Spice California Player of the Year, Capital Athletic League MVP and first-team Cal-Hi Sports honors... Team won 42 games and won two SacJoaquin Section titles during his career... Three-time All-CAL honoree... Later selected to Sacramento Bee All-Decade team... National Football Foundation and College Football Hall of Fame Scholar-Athlete. PERSONAL: Born in Redwood City, Calif.... Majoring in exercise biology... Parents are Mike & Sonia Dimino... Mike played football at Sacramento State... Says he chose UC Davis because of Coach Biggs and Coach Johnson.

Running Back 5-7 • 170 • Fr. Moorpark, Calif./Moorpark HS ’10

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MOORPARK HS ’10: Rushed for 1,633 yards and 23 TDs as a senior, earning first-team All-Ventura County and All-Southern Section accolades... Added Marmonte League Back of the Year... Also won all-league and all-county honors as a junior, tallying 1,237 rushing yards... Made All-VC and All-ML second team as a sophomore... Won school’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Academic Achievement award. PERSONAL: Born in San Diego, Calif.... Majoring in economics... Mother is Dianna Ferguson... Career highlight was becoming MHS second all-time leading rusher... Says few people know he was a great golfer as a youngster.

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Aggie Newcomers JACOB FRY

ASHER GOTZMER

Linebacker 6-2 • 220 • Jr. Vacaville, Calif./Solano College/Franklin HS ’08

Running Back 6-1 • 180 • Fr. Auburn, Calif./Placer HS ’10

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SOLANO COLLEGE: Earned Bay Valley Conference first-team merit and won Defensive MVP in 2009, recording 96 tackles... Two-time Academic All-Conference honoree. FRANKLIN HS ’08: Earned second-team All-Delta Valley Conference distinction as a senior... Tallied 75 tackles plus an interception and fumble recovery in 2007. PERSONAL: Born in Sacramento, Calif.... Majoring in political science... Parents are Tim Fry and Stephanie Murga... If he won $1 million, he’d take three friends for a three-month excursion through Europe.

PLACER HS ’10: Selected as Pioneer Valley League Offensive MVP as a senior, rushing for 1,669 yards and 22 TDs... Added 22 catches for 769 yards and 6 strikes in the air... Recorded 40 tackles (21 solos, 19 assists) with 2 interceptions defensively... Made Sacramento Bee All-Metro squad and Sacramento River Cats All-City team. PERSONAL: Born in Fresno, Calif.... Has not declared a major... Parents are Bruno & Marsha Gotzmer.

DOMINIC GRECO COREY GALINDO

Linebacker 6-3 • 215 • Fr. Fullerton, Calif./Fullerton HS ’10

Wide Receiver 6-4 • 204 • Fr. Concord, Calif./Concord HS ’10 CONCORD HS ’10: Captured All-Diablo Valley Athletic League honors as a junior and senior... Tallied 51 catches for 815 yards and 15 TDs in 2009 after a 37-550-6 season in 2008... Also played baseball for the Minutemen. PERSONAL: Born in Redwood City, Calif.... Majoring in pre-managerial economics... Mother is Kimberly Galindo... Lists his late father Mike as his non-sports hero... Hopes for career as a CPA.

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Fullerton HS in 2010 after attending Servite HS for previous three... Earned All-Southern Section and All-Freeway League honors as a senior... Recorded 107 tackles and 5 sacks that year... Previously won All-Trinity League accolades for Servite... Posted tackles totals of 91, 83 and 96 from freshman through junior seasons, respectively. PERSONAL: Born in Fullerton, Calif.... Majoring in pre-managerial economics... Parents are Richard & Patricia Greco... Excelled in baseball prior to entering high school and initially intended to play that sport, not football, in college... Earned MVP honors at the USSSA World Series as a youngster.

JORDAN GLASS Linebacker 6-2 • 240 • Jr. Elk Grove, Calif./Utah State/Elk Grove HS ’07

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UTAH STATE: Played in just 3 games as a sophomore, but tallied 26 tackles (9 solos, 17 assists) with 2.5 tackles for losses of 15 yards in that limited action... Suffered a season-ending injury in that 3rd game against Utah... Among NCAA tackles leaders at the time... Led Aggies with 11 stops (3-8-11) vs. Oregon... Had 5 tackles (3-2-5) as a freshman.... Earned Academic All-Western Athletic Conference in 2007. ELK GROVE HS ’07: Earned first-team All-Delta Valley Conference and Sacramento Bee All-Metro honorable mention as a senior... Ranked 3rd on team with 91 tackles (69 solos, 22 assists)... Also had two interceptions and a 43-yard fumble recovery... Rushed for 777 yards and 5 TDs on offense... Won second-team All-DVC nod as a junior, tallying 87 tackles with 6.0 sacks and a pick. PERSONAL: Born in San Jose, Calif.... Majoring in organizational studies... Parents are John & Annette Glass.

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Defensive Back 6-1 • 175 • Fr. Valencia, Calif./Valencia HS ’10 VALENCIA HS ’10: Named to All-Foothill League and All-Santa Clarita Valley first teams in 2009... Tallied 37 tackles, 7 interceptions, 2 pass breakups and a fumble recovery as a senior... Helped Vikings post 12-1 record and advance to Southern Section semifinals... Previously posted 52 tackles with 4 picks to earn all-valley distinction as a junior... Added team MVP honors in track & field. PERSONAL: Born in Bellflower, Calif.... Majoring in communication... Parents are Tyrone & Malsah Howard... Oldest of four children, all similarly named: Jameelah, Jaleel and Jahlani.

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Aggie Newcomers GIOVANNI JAVIER

LONDON LACY

Fullback 6-1 • 225 • Fr. San Ramon, Calif./California HS ’10

Quarterback 6-3 • 198 • Fr. Kingsburg, Calif./Kingsburg HS ’10

CALIFORNIA HS ’10: Captured All-East Bay Athletic League honors on both offense (running back) and defense (linebacker)... Runner-up for Rotary Club’s Peter Villa Award as outstanding football player among district’s four schools... Rushed for 486 yards and team-best 10 TDs, while tallying 100 tackles (51 solo, 49 assists) on defense in 2009... Led Grizzlies in pancake blocks as a junior... Voted as district’s Student of the Year in 2009-10. PERSONAL: Born in Castro Valley, Calif.... Majoring in exercise biology, with plans on becoming an orthopedic surgeon... Parents are Gilbert & Sandra Javier... Career highlight was scoring a spectacular TD in televised Battle of the Capital Game vs. Del Oro.

IAN JOSEPH Offensive Line 6-6 • 300 • Fr. Placerville, Calif./El Dorado HS ’10 EL DORADO HS ’10: Three-sport standout, achieving in football, basketball and track... Won All-Pioneer Valley League first-team and Sacramento Bee All-Metro second-team honors as a senior lineman... Won team’s Most Outstanding Lineman and Bleeding Blue awards... All-league thrower in the spring, posting personal bests of 50-3 in shot, 141-3 in discus... Voted Most Inspirational on basketball court. PERSONAL: Born in Sacramento, Calif.... Majoring in psychology... Parents are Calvin Joseph & Kathryn Locatell... Hopes to follow in mother’s path by pursuing his M.D.... Says he did not know how to ride a bicycle until he arrived at UC Davis.

GARTH KEFFER Defensive Back 5-11 •165 • Fr. Rocklin, Calif./Rocklin HS ’10 ROCKLIN HS ’10: Helped lead Thunder to Sierra Foothill League and Sac-Joaquin Section titles, then to state Division II title game... Posted 78 tackles, 3 picks, 10 pass breakups and a sack to earn All-SFL first-team acclaim... Also added Sacramento Bee All-Metro honorable mention. PERSONAL: Born in Scottsdale, Ariz.... Majoring in political science... Parents are Philip & Trudy Keffer... Career highlight was posting a game-winning interception in 2009 section title game... By the time he’s 30, hopes to complete an Ironman triathlon or give the “motivational speech of a lifetime.”

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KINGSBURG HS ’10: Earned second-team All-Central Sequoia League honors as a quarterback, first-team as a defensive back as a senior... Helped team to 13-0 record and valley championship that year... Threw for 660 yards and 8 TDs as a junior, making All-CSL second team... Voted Most Valuable Defensive Player for basketball team. PERSONAL: Born in San Jose, Calif.... Majoring in human development... Parents are Eric Lacy & Felicia Tillak-Lacy... Proudest accomplishment was his team’s valley championship in 2009.

JAY LUCHETTI Offensive Line 6-4 • 295 • Fr. Santa Rosa, Calif./Mongomery HS ’10 MONTGOMERY HS ’10: Captured first-team All-Empire, first-team All-Metro and Lineman of the Year accolades... Made All-North Bay League squads for three straight years, including first-team honors as a senior... Won school’s Curly Gray Award. PERSONAL: Born in San Rafael, Calif.... Majoring in pre-managerial economics... Parents are Jeff & Nancy Luchetti... Lists his grandfather as his non-sports hero.

JONATHAN MARICIC Running Back 5-11 • 208 • Fr. Murrieta, Calif./Elsinore HS ’10 ELSINORE HS ’10: Named to All-Sunbelt League first team, rushing for 1,127 yards and 9 TD’s despite playing in just six games... Added All-Southern Section, all-valley, team MVP and Prep Star Magazine Player of the Month... Earned all-league, all-valley and team MVP as a junior... Rushed for 1,241 yards and 10 TDs that year... Picked up 476 yards and scored 7 TD’s during his sophomore season. PERSONAL: Born in Wildomar, Calif.... Has yet to declare a major... Parents are Nick & Cheryl Maricic... Career highlight was beating rival Temescal Canyon two years in a row... Hopes for career as an attorney.

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Aggie Newcomers DALLAS MOHOROVICH

IAN RHODES

Defensive Tackle 6-2 • 270 • Fr. Eureka, Calif./Eureka HS ’10

Wide Receiver 6-3 • 195 • Fr. Granite Bay, Calif./Granite Bay HS ’10

EUREKA HS ’10: Captured Defensive Man of the Year and first-team All-Humboldt County distinction in each of his junior and senior years... Helped Loggers to 14-2 record and North Coast Section championship in 2009... Posted 51 tackles (22 solos, 29 assists) with 5.0 sacks that year... Also earned all-county acclaim as a sophomore. PERSONAL: Born in Eureka, Calif.... History major... Parents are Dean & Jill Mohorovich... Events in history he would have liked to witness were Revolutionary and Civil wars... Career highlight was his high school team’s NCS title in 2009.

ZACH PERRON Offensive Line 6-7 • 285 • Fr. Los Alamos, Calif./St. Joseph HS ’10 ST. JOSEPH HS ’10: Earned All-Los Padres League first-team accolades plus metnion on All-Southern Section and all-state squads... Helped lead the Knights to a 12-1 record and CIF-SS semifinal berth... Named to All-LPAL first team as a junior, helping team to 10-2 mark and section quarterfinals... Also earned All-LPAL honors in track & field as a discus thrower, hitting personal best of 147 feet. PERSONAL: Born in Walnut Creek, Calif.... Has not declared a major... Parents are John & Kim Perron... Career highlight was earning all-state honors... Best athletes he faced were at the USC Rising Stars Camp... Lists his father as his non-sports hero, Michael Oher as his sports hero.

STEVEN PITTS Linebacker 6-1 • 195 • Fr. El Cajon, Calif./Christian HS ’10 CHRISTIAN HS ’10: Named to All-Coastal League first team on both offense (running back) and defense (linebacker)... Also garnered All-East County and Offensive MVP honors... Finished with 75 tackles, including 3 sacks and 4 interceptions, the latter of which he returned for 68 yards... On offense, rushed for 806 yards and 9 TDs... Earned team MVP honors, all-county and all-league defensive accolades during his junior year... Captured second-team all-county and all-league acclaim as a sophomore. PERSONAL: Born in Buffalo, N.Y.... Majoring in civil engineering... Parents are Steven & Deedra Pitts... Says many people don’t know he plays the drums.

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GRANITE BAY HS ’10: Garnered first-team All-Sierra Foothill League and second-team All-Sac-Joaquion Section honors as a senior... Tallied school-record 55 receptions for 880 yards and 12 TDs... National Football Foundation & College Football Hall of Fame Scholar-Athlete... Also lettered in track, advancing to section meet in 4x100 relay. PERSONAL: Born in San Jose, Calif.... Majoring in exercise biology, with hopes of becoming a physician’s assistant... Parents are Steve & Gisele Rhodes.

EARNEST SAYLES III Defensive Back 6-2 • 203 • Fr. Corona, Calif./Santiago HS ’10 SANTIAGO HS ’10: Posted 156 tackles (90 solos, 66 assists) with 10 pass breakups as a senior, earning first-team All-Big VIII League, Inland Empire All-Star and All-Southern Section accolades... Added CIF-SS Male Athlete of the Year nod... Named as team’s Defensive MVP and was nominated for National Football Foundation Player of the Year... Tallied 97 stops as a junior to earn second-team all-league honors... Won Rotary Youth Leadership Award (2009) and President’s Award for Education Excellence (2010), graduating with a 4.47 GPA. PERSONAL: Born in Anaheim, Calif.... Majoring in computer science... Parents are Earnest & Sundae Sayles... If he won $1 million, he’d give a tithe to his church and donate to the needy before investing.

COLTON SILVERIA Running Back 5-10 • 210 • Fr. Redding, Calif./Central Valley HS ’10 CENTRAL VALLEY HS ’10: Rushed for 678 yards and 12 TDs as a senior, despite being limited to just seven games due to injury... Avearged 7.6 yards per carry as a junior, totaling 1,302 yards and 17 TDs... Selected to All-Northern Athletic League first team and All-Northern Section second team... State meet qualifer in track & field, posting personal-best 10.90 in 100-meter dash to win CIF-NS championship... Also advanced to section finals in 200 (22.51). PERSONAL: Born in Redding, Calif.... Majoring in electrical engineering... Parents are Ron & Lorette Silveria.

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Aggie Newcomers TAYLOR SLOAT

TROY YUDIN

Tight End 6-4 • 235 • Fr. McArthur, Calif./Fall River HS ’10

Wide Receiver 6-1 • 182 • Junior Stevenson Ranch, Calif./Monmouth/Hart HS ’06

FALL RIVER HS ’10: Multi-sport standout, earning All-Shasta Cascade League MVP honors in both football and basketball as a senior... Threw for 1,751 yards and 19 strikes while adding 459 rushing yards in 2009, helping team capture third straight North Section championship... Chipped in 43 tackles at defensive end... Logged 1,300 yards with 12 TD passes as a junior, garnering All-SCL distinction... Averaged 18.4 points and 11 rebounds as a junior in basketball, then improved to 21.8 ppg and 10.2 rpg as a senior, making All-SCL squads both seasons... Also helped baseball team capture CIF-NS titles. PERSONAL: Born in Woodland, Calif.... Majoring in computer science... Parents are Todd Sloat & Kelly Freeland-Sloat... Todd played quarterback for UC Davis from 1984-87... By the time he’s 30, would like to “win an argument with my grandfather”... Proudest accomplishment was helping FRHS win three straight section titles.

JAKE WAAS

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MONMOUTH: Played for Hawks in 2007 and 2008... Ranked 2nd on team with 33 catches for 350 yards as a freshman, including 7-for89 performance vs. Wagner... Totaled 22 receptions for 209 yards and 2 TDs as a sophomore... Hauled in 3 catches for season-best 71 yards and score at Robert Morris... Made Northeastern Conference Academic Honor Roll in 2007. HART HS ’06: Earned first-team All-Foothill League and All-Southern Section honors as a senior... Tallied 75 catches for 1,241 yards and 13 TDs that year... Previously posted 46-793-8 receiving stats as a junior to warrant a first-team All-CIF-SS nod. PERSONAL: Born in Monterey, Calif.... Majoring in communication... Parents are Jon & Vicki Yudin... Proudest accomplishment is winning championships in five sports during his lifetime: baseball, basketball, soccer, football and hockey... Enjoys working with mentally challenged kids... Career highlight was helping his baseball team win the Mustang Little League World Series.

Bob Biggs on his 2010 Aggie recruiting class

Defensive Line 6-4 • 230 • Fr. San Dimas, Calif./The Webb School of California ’10

From the official National Letter of Intent announcement on February 3, 2010. WEBB SCHOOL OF CALIFORNIA ’10: Selected as Prep League’s Offensive MVP in 2009... Added All-Southern Section honors as a senior fullback... Garnered All-Prep League first-team accolades as a junior, posting 72 tackles (38 solos, 34 assists) as a junior. PERSONAL: Born in Glendora, Calif.... Has not yet declared a major... Parents are Richard Waas & Rachel Ortmayer... Hopes for career in sports medicine... Holds a black belt in karate.

JOEY WATERS Long Snapper 5-10 • 220 • RFr. San Clemente, Calif./San Clemente HS ’09

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SAN CLEMENTE HS ’09: Tallied 73 tackles (41 solo, 32 assists) as a senior linebacker... Ranked 10th on Chris Rubio summer longsnapper rankings in 2008... Competed at annual Chris Sailer National Kicking & Snapping Event in Las Vegas. PERSONAL: Born in Newport Beach, Calif.... Majoring in civil engineering... Mother is Lori Waters... Lists USC’s Matt Barkley among the best athletes he has faced.

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“I think we answered a lot of questions, depth-wise, across the board at every position and the quality of the people that we recruited is as strong as we’ve ever had. How I know that is so much of our evaluations are done in the spring of their junior year. We then independently rate each player as we watch film together as a staff and then take the top players and put them on our list and go from there. In past years, we typically didn’t get the top players. This year we got the top players at just about every position. To be a championship-caliber FCS team I think you have to have great depth. To me this is three years in a row we really added great quality and now we have the depth to compete at the top level of the FCS.” “I think it’s critical. I think for the fans who are really great fans of UC Davis football, there’s an intimacy of feeling like you’re part of the program and feeling like you’re part of the process. It’s exciting to hear the names and then watch their development and how quickly they’re going to play for you. It’s all of that. You’re just trying to build a following. We’ve got a great group of young men in the program right now and I get excited when I see the interest level and the excitement.”

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2009 Gallery

Linebacker Mike Morales earned Great West Conference Defensive Player of the Year honors, then made the Associated Press All-America first team.

Bob Biggs captured GWC Coach of the Year accolades and was chosen as one of 20 candidates for the Eddie Robinson Award, bestowed upon the top coach in the NCAA Div. I FCS.

The Aggies’ 28-20 win over North Dakota clinched the Great West Conference title. UC Davis previously dispatched Cal Poly in the “Battle of the Golden Horseshoe Classic” and prevailed in a dramatic 24-23 overtime battle at South Dakota in claiming its first league crown since 2005.

Wide receiver Chris Carter was selected as the GWC Offensive Player of the Year. He also shared the Colby E. “Babe” Slater Award as UC Davis’ outstanding male athlete of the year.

Cornerback Kenneth Brown posted an interception, a forced fumble, a blocked PAT and two pass breakups against Western Oregon, pacing UC Davis to its first win of the 2009 season.

All photos by Wayne Tilcock.

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2010 Roster 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 28 29 30 31 32 35 36 39 40 41 42 44 45 47 48 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 59 63 65 68 71 73

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Name Patrick SHELTON Dre ALLEN Jonathan CALHOUN Sean KELLEY Dozie AMAJOYI Elon WYATT Austin EDMONSON Kirk SKIERSKI Joe TROMBETTA Frederick RICE Jonathan PERKINS Byron GRUENDL Austin HEYWORTH Troy YUDIN Ryan O’HOLLERAN Sean MARAZ Randy WRIGHT Nick KING Dwight SMITH Danny HART Marcus NORTH Josh REESE Aarynn JONES Jeff FREEMAN Kevyn LEWIS Ryan TROY Neil PIERCE Corbin CUTSHAW Hunter PAHL Marquis NICOLIS Dean ROGERS Nick APRILE Ish ANDERSON Brandon TUCKER Brent BETTENCOURT Marshall CONGDON Jacob MAXSON Chad DAVIS Eric SOBOTKA Jordan GLASS Tom McCONNELL Victor LEE Joey WATERS Al DOIRON Ivan PEREZ Bobby ERSKINE Tommy GRILLO Jacob FRY Wesley O’BRIEN Tim KETAILY Robert AYOTTE Sean DAVIES Mark TOS Aaron COLLDEWEIH

Pos SS CB CB PK LB WR RB LB RB CB CB SS QB WR LB QB QB DE WR FS CB RB FS SS FS CB LB RB LB RB TE FS FB RB DE LB DT LB DE LB DE DE LS OL OL DE DE LB OL OL OL OL OL OL

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

Wt 210 185 185 215 245 190 170 216 215 175 177 195 205 182 230 210 185 245 200 210 200 196 190 205 200 188 205 189 210 175 250 212 250 185 250 237 280 228 238 240 240 235 220 295 285 245 245 220 250 282 295 290 300 280

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

Hometown Canoga Park, Calif. Compton, Calif. Long Beach, Calif. Monrovia Calif. San Bernardino, Calif. Ontario, Calif. Moorpark, Calif. Portola Hills, Calif. Petaluma, Calif. Castro Valley, Calif. Gardena, Calif. Danville, Calif. Monrovia, Calif. Stevenson Ranch, Calif. Atherton, Calif. Phoenix, Ariz. Santa Rosa, Calif. Mill Valley, Calif. Davis, Calif. Newcastle, Calif. Foothill Ranch, Calif. Davis, Calif. Moreno Valley, Calif. San Diego, Calif. Sacramento, Calif. Fontana, Calif. Anaheim, Calif. Carlsbad, Calif. Loomis, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Visalia, Calif. Fresno, Calif. Oakland, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Clovis, Calif. Elk Grove, Calif. Visalia, Calif. Salinas, Calif. Seaside, Calif. Elk Grove, Calif. Danville, Calif. Cerritos, Calif. San Clemente, Calif. Cottonwood, Calif. Oceanside, Calif. Coronado, Calif. Lancaster, Calif. Vacaville, Calif. Hilmar, Calif. Newbury Park, Calif. West Torrance, Calif. Westlake Village, Calif. Hanford, Calif. Sacramento, Calif.

School(s) James Monroe HS ‘07 Mayfair HS ‘09 Verbum Dei HS ‘07 Monrovia HS ‘07 Aquinas HS ’06 Colony HS ‘08 Moorpark HS ‘10 Santa Margarita HS ‘08 Casa Grande HS ’06 Castro Valley HS ‘08 Gardena HS ;09 San Ramon Valley HS ‘09 St. Francis HS ‘08 Monmouth/Hart HS ‘06 Menlo School ‘09 Sunnyslope HS ‘07 Cardinal Newman HS ‘09 Redwood HS ‘09 Davis Senior HS ‘07 Sierra College/Sac State/Del Oro HS ‘06 Mission Viejo HS ‘06 Davis HS ‘07 Rancho Verde HS ‘09 Mount Miguel HS ’06 Foothill HS ‘08 Chaffey Coll./Fresno State/Claremont HS ‘07 Esperanza HS ‘07 Santa Fe Christian HS ‘07 Del Oro HS ‘08 Fairfaix HS ‘08 Redwood HS ’06 Escalon HS ‘08 McClymonds HS ‘07 Wilson HS ’06 Clovis HS ‘09 Sheldon HS ’06 Redwood HS ‘07 Palma HS ‘08 Palma HS ’06 Utah State/Elk Grove HS ‘07 De La Salle HS ‘06 Cerritos HS ‘07 San Clemente HS ‘09 West Valley HS ‘09 Oceanside HS ‘07 St. Augustine HS ‘07 Oaks Christian HS ‘07 Solano College/Franklin HS ‘08 Hilmar HS ‘09 Newbury Park HS ‘08 West Torrance HS ‘07 Chaminade College HS ‘08 Central Valley Christian HS ’06 Folsom HS ‘08

Major International Relations Exercise Biology Sociology Sociology Sociology Psychology Economics Env. Policy Analysis & Planning Organizational Studies Psychology Undeclared Undeclared Economics Communication Undeclared Science & Technology Studies Communication Exercise Biology Community & Regional Development Env. Policy Analysis & Planning Managerial Economics Sociology Pre-Managerial Economics Community & Regional Development Sociology Computer Science Exploratory Science & Technology Studies History Human Development Economics Communication Sociology Art Studio Civil Engineering Exercise Biology English Economics Economics Sociology Organizational Studies Psychology Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Human Development English Human Development Political Science Exploratory Communication Communication Political Science International Agricultural Development Aeronautical Science & Engineering

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Ray WILBURN Brandon SOFLEY Reggie MASON Jimmy KUNKEL Tom HEMMINGSEN Anthony SOTO Sean CREADICK Mike CODY Cameron SENTANCE Brooks BAKER Miguel FLORES Stephen DUNSTAN Anthony KASPAR Colton SCHMIDT Brock GALVIN Derek SHUTT Galvin EMESIBE Khalid JONES Andrew BENJAMIN Ethan GARRETT Marques BARRON Alex CANNON Ryan DIMINO Doug DRAKELEY Corey GALINDO Asher GOTZMER Dominic GRECO Jabari HOWARD Giovanni JAVIER Ian JOSEPH Garth KEFFER London LACY Jay LUCHETTI Jonathan MARICIC Dallas MOHOROVICH Zach PERRON Steven PITTS Ian RHODES Earnest SAYLES III Colton SILVERIA Taylor SLOAT Jake WAAS

OL OL OL OL WR WR WR TE TE WR WR WR DT P DT TE DT DT DT FS DL WR LB DL WR RB LB DB FB OL CB QB OL RB DT OL LB WR DB RB TE DL

6-2 6-5 6-4 6-3 5-10 5-10 6-1 6-4 6-4 6-2 6-5 6-3 6-2 5-11 6-3 6-4 6-3 6-1 6-1 6-2 6-2 6-1 6-0 6-3 6-4 6-1 6-3 6-1 6-1 6-6 5-11 6-3 6-4 5-11 6-2 6-7 6-1 6-3 6-2 5-10 6-4 6-4

280 285 264 300 175 185 200 245 240 197 198 190 255 210 260 245 275 265 270 205 248 172 220 300 205 180 215 175 225 300 165 198 295 208 270 285 195 195 203 210 235 230

So. Sr. Sr. RFr. RFr. So. Sr. Jr. RFr. So. So. So. RFr. So. So. So. RFr. RFr. So. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

San Bernardino, Calif. Moorpark, Calif. Ripon, Calif. Lakehead, Calif. Danville, Calif. Fresno, Calif. Camarillo, Calif. Auburn, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Lafayette, Calif. Redwood City, Calif. Palm Desert, Calif. Dana Point, Calif. Bakersfield, Calif. Clayton, Calif. Oxnard, Calif. Hesperia, Calif. Inglewood, Calif. Orangevale, Calif. Yreka, Calif. Merced, Calif. Long Beach, Calif. Carmichael, Calif. Folsom, Calif. Concord, Calif. Auburn, Calif. Fullerton, Calif. Valencia, Calif. San Ramon, Calif. Placerville, Calif. Rocklin, Calif. Kingsburg, Calif. Santa Rosa, Calif. Murrieta, Calif. Eureka, Calif. Los Alamos, Calif. El Cajon, Calif. Granite Bay, Calif. Corona, Calif. Redding, Calif. Mcarthur, Calif. San Dimas, Calif.

Cajon HS ‘08 Moorpark College/Moorpark HS ‘06 Modesto HS ’06 Central Valley HS ‘09 Monte Vista HS ‘09 San Joaquin Memorial HS ‘08 Adolfo Camarillo HS ’06 Sierra College/Colfax HS ‘07 John Marshall HS ‘09 Acalanes HS ‘08 Sequoia HS ‘08 Palm Desert HS ‘08 Dana Hills HS ‘09 Liberty HS ‘09 Concord HS ‘07 Oxnard HS ‘08 Hesperia Christian HS ‘09 City Honors HS ‘09 Jesuit HS ‘08 Yreka HS ‘08 Merced HS ‘10 Long Beach Poly HS ‘10 Del Campo HS ‘10 Vista Del Lago HS ‘10 Concord HS ‘10 Placer HS ‘10 Servite HS ‘10 Valencia HS ‘10 California HS ‘10 El Dorado HS ‘10 Rocklin HS ‘10 Kingsburg HS ‘10 Montgomery HS ‘10 Murrieta Valley HS ‘10 Eureka HS ‘10 St. Joseph HS ‘10 Christian HS ‘10 Granity Bay HS ‘10 Santiago HS ‘10 Central Valley HS ‘10 Fall River HS ‘10 The Webb School of California HS ‘10

Sociology Managerial Economics Science & Technology Studies Exploratory History Community & Regional Development Sociology History Exercise Biology Exploratory Communication Pre-Managerial Economics Environmental Science & Management Political Science Sociology Undeclared Biological Sciences Computer Engineering Mechanical Engineering Exercise Biology Exercise Biology Pre-Managerial Economics Exercise Biology Political Science Pre-Managerial Economics Undeclared Pre-Managerial Economics Communication Exercise Biology Psychology Political Science Human Development Pre-Managerial Economics Undeclared History Undeclared Civil Engineering Exercise Biology Computer Science Electrical Engineering Computer Science Undeclared

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE AMAJOYI: “AH-mah-JOY-ee” APRILE: like “April” AYOTTE: “AY-yott” BARRON: “bah-ROHN” COLLDEWEIH: like “called away” CREADICK: similar to “credit” DIMINO: “deh-MEE-noh” DOIRON: rhymes with “Lauren”

EMESIBE: “ee-MESS-ee-BEH” GRILLO: “GRILL-oh” GRUENDL: “GRUN-duhl” KETAILY: “keh-TAY-lee” MARAZ: “muh-RAZZ” MARICIC: “MAIR-iss-ich” MOHOROVICH: “MO-ho-ROH-vich”

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MARQUIS NICOLIS: “mahr-KEESS NICK-oh-liss” PERRON: rhymes with “baron” SKIERSKI: “SKEER-skee” SOBOTKA: “soh-BOT-kah” SOFLEY: like “softly” TOS: like “toss” WAAS: rhymes with “toss”

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2009 Team Statistics DATE Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

OPPONENT at Fresno State MONTANA WESTERN OREGON at Boise State at South Dakota* WINSTOM-SALEM STATE at Portland State at Southern Utah* CAL POLY* NORTH DAKOTA* at Sacramento State

RESULT L, 0-51 L, 10-17 W, 29-13 L, 16-34 W (ot), 24-23 W, 45-14 W, 34-31 L, 35-56 W, 23-10 W, 28-20 L, 28-31

TIME 3:00 3:14 3:11 3:02 3:05 2:57 2:47 3:06 2:36 3:00 3:05

ATTEND 37,267 9087 10,078 32,497 9,884 10,289 5,180 3,035 10,849 9,239 17,127

Home games in ALL CAPS * Great West Conference game 11-GAME TEAM STATS

3RD-DOWN EFFICIENCY PCT. ...............................................................42.4 . ....................37.1 Conversion-Attempts............................................................................. 67-158.................... 52-140 4TH-DOWN EFFICIENCY PCT. . ..............................................................57.9 . ....................50.0 Conversion-Attempts............................................................................... 11-19........................ 9-18 RED ZONE Scored................................................................................................. 29-37...................... 31-38 Percentage............................................................................................ 78.4........................81.6

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FIRST DOWNS ......................................................................................... 272 . .....................300 Rushing..................................................................................................... 56...........................76 Passing................................................................................................... 152.........................103 Penalty..................................................................................................... 15...........................20 NET RUSHING YARDS ............................................................................ 992 . .................. 1388 Yards Gained ........................................................................................ 1203.......................1615 Yards Lost................................................................................................ 211.........................227 Attempts................................................................................................. 324.........................366 Yards Per Game....................................................................................... 90.2......................126.2 Yards Per Attempt...................................................................................... 3.1..........................3.8 NET PASSING YARDS . ..........................................................................3020 . .................. 2300 Att-Comp-Int....................................................................................450-280-8............... 325-190-7 Completion Pct........................................................................................ 62.2........................58.5 Yards Per Game..................................................................................... 274.5......................209.1 Yards Per Attempt...................................................................................... 6.7..........................7.1 Yards Per Catch....................................................................................... 10.8........................12.1 TOTAL OFFENSE .....................................................................................4012 . .................. 3688 Total Plays............................................................................................... 774.........................691 Plays Per Game....................................................................................... 70.4........................62.8 Yards Per Play........................................................................................... 5.2..........................5.3 Yards Per Game..................................................................................... 364.7......................335.3 RETURN YARDS ....................................................................................... 222 . .....................492 Punt Returns-Yards................................................................................. 18-80.................... 26-330 Average................................................................................................... 4.4........................12.7 Interception Returns-Yards....................................................................... 7-144...................... 8-162 Average................................................................................................. 20.6........................20.2

UC DAVIS OPP AVG. TIME OF POSSESSION ...............................................................32:19 . ................. 27:41

Kickoff Returns-Yards............................................................................ 51-952.................. 51-1068 Average................................................................................................. 18.7........................20.9 Miscellaneous Yards...................................................................................... 0.............................0

PUNTING AVERAGE ...............................................................................38.3 . ....................41.0 Punts-Yards....................................................................................... 53-2032.................. 48-1969 Inside 20.................................................................................................. 19...........................17 Net Average............................................................................................ 31.4........................37.7 Punts Had Blocked........................................................................................ 1.............................0 SACKS BY-YARDS ..............................................................................20-135 . ...............22-115 FUMBLES-LOST .......................................................................................16-9 . .................19-10 TURNOVER MARGIN ................................................................................ +0 Takeaways-Giveaways............................................................................ 17-17

Scored Touchdown................................................................................. 24-37...................... 25-38 Percentage............................................................................................. 64.9........................65.8

SCORING .................................................................................................. 272 . .....................300 Touchdowns............................................................................................... 34...........................39 Rush-Pass-Return.................................................................................10-22-2................... 17-18-4 Field Goals-Attempts.............................................................................. 12-15........................ 9-14 1pt Conversions-Attempts........................................................................ 32-34...................... 35-37 2pt Conversions-Attempts............................................................................ 0-0.......................... 1-2 Defensive XPs-Attempts.............................................................................. 0-0.......................... 0-0 Safeties...................................................................................................... 0.............................1 Points Per Game...................................................................................... 24.7........................27.2

WIN-LOSS NOTES FOR 2009 RECORD ...........................................................................................................6-5 Home . ..........................................................................................................4-1 Away..............................................................................................................2-4 Overtime.........................................................................................................1-0 Leading After First Quarter........................................................................................3-0 Trailing After First Quarter..................................................................................1-3 Tied After First Quarter......................................................................................2-2 Leading at Halftime.................................................................................................4-2 Trailing at Halftime...........................................................................................2-3 Tied at Halftime...............................................................................................0-0 Leading After Third Quarter.......................................................................................4-2 Trailing After Third Quarter.................................................................................1-3 Tied After Third Quarter.....................................................................................1-0 vs. Division I FBS (formerly I-A)................................................................................0-2 vs. Division I FCS (formerly I-AA)...............................................................................4-3 vs. Division II (including first-year reclassifying)...........................................................1-0 Score First.............................................................................................................4-2 Outgain Opponents.................................................................................................5-3 More Possession Time.............................................................................................6-3 Scoring 30-plus Points.............................................................................................2-1 Allowing 20 or Fewer..............................................................................................4-1 Having 100-yard Rusher..........................................................................................0-1 Passing for 300 Yards.............................................................................................2-2 Day .....................................................................................................................4-2 Night....................................................................................................................2-3

PENALTIES-YARDS . ...........................................................................78-682 . ...............68-550 Yards Per Game....................................................................................... 62.0........................50.0

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2009 Individual Statistics RUSHING

SCORING

Player JOE TROMBETTA JOSH REESE CORBIN CUTSHAW NICK APRILE MARQUIS NICOLIS ANTHONY SOTO Chris Carter Jordan Brown DEAN ROGERS SEAN CREADICK AUSTIN HEYWORTH Greg Denham Team AGGIES Opponents

G Att 11 119 10 68 7 36 11 29 2 8 8 1 11 1 8 1 10 1 11 1 4 6 11 37 11 16 11 324 11 366

Gain 413 382 158 126 34 9 7 4 3 0 14 53 0 1203 1615

Loss 18 7 6 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 111 49 211 227

Net 395 375 152 123 34 9 7 4 3 0 -3 -58 -49 992 1388

Avg. 3.3 5.5 4.2 4.2 4.2 9.0 7.0 4.0 3.0 0.0 -0.5 -1.6 -3.1 3.1 3.8

TD 4 2 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 17

Long 15 38 35 12 9 9 7 4 3 0 8 14 0 38 60

PASSING Player Greg Denham AUSTIN HEYWORTH NICK APRILE AGGIES Opponents

TD FG 0 12-15 5 0-0 5 0-0 5 0-0 4 0-0 4 0-0 4 0-0 2 0-0 2 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 0 0-0 34 12-15 39 9-14

1pt 30-32 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 32-34 35-37

2pt 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 1-2

Saf DXP 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 1

Pts 66 30 30 30 24 24 24 12 12 6 6 6 2 272 300

50+ Total Pct. 1-2 12-15 80.0 1-2 12-15 80.0 1-1 9-14 64.3

Long 52 52 52

Ret 16 1 1 18 26

Yds 75 -1 6 80 330

Avg. 4.7 -1.0 6.0 4.4 12.7

TD 0 0 0 0 1

Long 19 0 6 19 61

Ret 19 12 11 5 2 1 1 51 51

Yds 419 206 170 109 18 0 30 952 1068

Avg. 22.1 17.2 15.5 21.8 9.0 0.0 30.0 18.7 20.9

TD 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

Long 81 27 38 30 20 0 30 81 54

FIELD GOALS G Att Cpl 11 440 272 4 9 7 11 1 1 11 450 280 11 325 190

Int Pct Yds 8 61.8 2932 0 77.8 82 0 100.0 6 8 62.2 3020 7 58.5 2300

TD 19 2 1 22 18

Long Ratg 68 128.41 30 227.64 6 480.40 68 131.17 92 131.88

RECEIVING Player Chris Carter Bakari Grant SEAN CREADICK JOE TROMBETTA DEAN ROGERS Conor Kirkpatrick JOSH REESE Brad Bispo Luke McDonough ANTHONY SOTO CORBIN CUTSHAW ROBERT AYOTTE AGGIES Opponents

G 11 11 11 11 10 11 10 11 10 8 7 9 11 11

No. Yds 85 889 45 584 39 466 30 206 30 329 11 146 11 101 10 134 8 87 7 62 3 18 1 -2 280 3020 190 2300

Avg. 10.5 13.0 11.9 6.9 11.0 13.3 9.2 13.4 10.9 8.9 6.0 -2.0 10.8 12.1

Avg. 39.1 0.0 38.3 41.0

TB 2

TD 4 5 5 1 2 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 22 18

Long 68 49 45 30 60 34 33 33 19 13 10 0 68 92

PUNTING Player G COLTON SCHMIDT 11 Team AGGIES 11 Opponents 11

No. Yds 52 2032 1 0 53 2032 48 1969

Long 67 0 67 60

2 4

FC I20 Blk 5 19 1 5 9

19 17

1 0

TOTAL OFFENSE (LEADERS) Player Greg Denham JOE TROMBETTA JOSH REESE CORBIN CUTSHAW NICK APRILE AUSTIN HEYWORTH AGGIES Opponents

Player SEAN KELLEY JOE TROMBETTA Bakari Grant SEAN CREADICK Brad Bispo NICK APRILE Chris Carter DEAN ROGERS JOSH REESE Joe Gray Conor Kirkpatrick ERIC SOBOTKA COLTON SCHMIDT AGGIES Opponents

Rushes 37 119 68 36 29 6 324 366

Yds -58 395 375 152 123 -3 992 1388

Passes Yds 440 2932 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 9 82 450 3020 325 2300

Plays 477 119 68 36 30 15 774 691

Yds 2874 395 375 152 129 79 4012 3688

CURRENT AGGIES IN ALL CAPS

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Yds/G 261.3 35.9 37.5 21.7 11.7 19.8 364.7 335.3

Player SEAN KELLEY AGGIES Opponents

0-29 2-2 2-2 3-5

30-39 5-7 5-7 5-7

40-49 4-4 4-4 0-1

PUNT RETURNS Player SEAN CREADICK ANTHONY SOTO MARQUIS NICOLIS AGGIES Opponents

KICKOFF RETURNS Player Joe Gray Chris Carter JOSH REESE ANTHONY SOTO BOBBY ERSKINE Luke McDonough KENNETH BROWN AGGIES Opponents

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS (LEADERS) Player Chris Carter JOSH REESE JOE TROMBETTA Bakari Grant SEAN CREADICK Joe Gray DEAN ROGERS ANTHONY SOTO CORBIN CUTSHAW Conor Kirkpatrick Brad Bispo NICK APRILE Kenneth Brown AGGIES Opponents

Rush Rec 7 889 375 101 395 206 0 584 0 466 0 0 3 326 9 62 152 18 0 146 0 134 123 0 0 0 992 3020 1388 2300

PRet 0 0 0 0 75 0 0 -1 0 0 0 0 0 80 330

KRet 206 170 0 0 0 419 0 109 0 0 0 0 30 952 1068

IR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 84 144 162

Total 1102 646 601 584 541 419 329 179 170 146 134 129 114 5188 5248

Yds/G 100.2 64.6 54.6 53.1 49.2 52.4 32.9 22.4 24.3 13.3 12.2 11.7 10.4 471.6 477.1

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2009 Defensive Statistics TACKLES

FUMBLES

Player Mike Morales DANNY HART Mike Healey DOZIE AMAJOYI Brock Butler

Pos MLB SS WLB SLB LB

G 11 11 11 11 10

Solo 44 30 27 25 19

Ast 37 23 23 25 17

Tot 81 53 50 50 36

TFL 4.5-14 0.5- 1 2.5- 9 2.0-11 3.5- 9

JACOB MAXSON MARSHALL CONGDON ERIC SOBOTKA Jeremy Scott KEVYN LEWIS

LDT LB LDE LCB FS

11 11 10 11 11

19 16 22 22 15

17 17 10 9 15

36 33 32 31 30

7.5-35 3.0- 3 5.0-16 1.0- 1 5.0-19

3.5-27

Patrick Michelier Kenneth Brown ANDREW BENJAMIN BYRON GRUENDL VICTOR LEE

RDE RCB RDT DB DE

10 11 11 11 11

14 23 12 13 11

15 5 11 10 4

29 28 23 23 15

3.5-29

2.5-23

3.5- 8 1.0- 4 1.0- 9

0.5- 4 1.0- 9

Ramsey Moyer BROCK GALVIN TOMMY GRILLO BOBBY ERSKINE JEFF FREEMAN

DB DT DE LB CB

7 11 11 10 8

10 9 6 9 6

4 15 7 3 5

14 14 13 12 11

1.0- 4 1.0- 4 1.5- 6 2.0-11

1.5- 6 1.0- 8

Jordan Brown JONATHAN CALHOUN CHAD DAVIS NICK APRILE Mason Thomas

RB DB LB DB DT

8 10 11 11 9

7 7 1 5 3

3 3 6 2 3

10 10 7 7 6

0.5- 4

0.5- 4

TOM McCONNELL NEIL PIERCE CORBIN CUTSHAW FREDERICK RICE Ryan Johnson

DE LB LB CB LB

10 11 7 7 4

2 3 3 4 2

4 2 2 1 2

6 5 5 5 4

HUNTER PAHL Steven Wulff COLTON SCHMIDT Jake Jondle DEAN ROGERS

LB DE P LS TE

7 3 11 11 10

2 1 2 1 1

1 1 0 1 1

3 2 2 2 2

DEREK SHUTT DE 1 SEAN KELLEY PK 11 JOE TROMBETTA RB 11 Brad Bispo TE 11 Team

1 1 0 1 1

0 0 1 0 0

1 1 1 1 1

400 417

295 352

695 769

AGGIES Opponents

11 11

Sacks 0.5- 6 1.5- 8 2.0-11 0.5- 3

3.0-11 2.0-15

1.0- 1 0.5- 1

1.0- 2

52-201 53-198

20-135 22-115

INTERCEPTIONS Player Kenneth Brown Mike Morales JONATHAN CALHOUN NICK APRILE AGGIES Opponents CURRENT AGGIES IN ALL CAPS

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Int 3 2 1 1 7 8

Yds 84 44 10 6 144 162

Avg. 28.0 22.0 10.0 6.0 20.6 20.2

TD 0 0 0 0 0 2

Long 38 36 10 6 38 94

Player Mike Healey DANNY HART ERIC SOBOTKA MARSHALL CONGDON Patrick Michelier JEFF FREEMAN Kenneth Brown Jordan Brown Jacob Maxson Brock Galvin NEIL PIERCE TEAM AGGIES Opponents

Forced 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 9 7

Rec. 1 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 10 9

Yds 0 39 34 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 73 27

MISCELLANEOUS PASS BREAK-UPS Jeremy Scott 9, Kenneth Brown 9, DANNY HART 4, Mike Healey 4, ERIC SOBOTKA 3, Mike Morales 3, KEVYN LEWIS 2, JEFF FREEMAN 2, JONATHAN CALHOUN 2, JACOB MAXSON 1, BYRON GRUENDL 1, BROCK GALVIN 1, Brock Butler 1, Patrick Michelier 1, Steven Wulff 1. AGGIES 44. Opponents 53. BLOCKED KICKS Kenneth Brown 2 (1 PAT, 1 FG), Jacob Maxson 1 (1 PAT). AGGIES 3. Opponents 2 (1 punt, 1 FG)

AGGIES AMONG THE NCAA I FCS LEADERS Aggies (team in top 30 only) Passing offense - 12th (274.55 ypg) Passes had intercepted - t16th (8) Turnovers lost - t25th (17) Tackles for loss allowed - t22nd (4.82 pg) Third-down efficiency - 24th (42.41 pct) Fourth-down efficienty - 22nd (57.89 pct) Time of possession - 11th (32:19) First downs offense - 26th (20.27 pg)

Bakari Grant Receiving yards per game - 96th (53.09) Total receiving yards - 98th (584)

Kenneth Brown Interceptions - t87th (0.27 pg) Passes defended - t28th (1.09 pg)

Sean Kelley Field goals - t35th (1.09 pg) Scoring - t65th (6.00 ppg)

Chris Carter Receptions per game - 5th (7.73) Receiving yards per game - 21st (80.82) All-purpose running - 73rd (100.18 ypg) Total receiving yards - 24th (889)

Colton Schmidt Punting - 41st (39.17 avg)

Danny Hart Fumbles recovered - t13th (0.27 pg) Mike Healey Forced fumbles - t87th (0.18 pg)

Jeremy Scott Passes defended - t78th (0.82 pg)

Sean Creadick Punt returns - 53rd (4.69 avg) Greg Denham Passing efficiency - 40th (128.41) Total offense - 17th (261.27 ypg) Points responsible for - t42nd (10.36 ppg) Completions per game - 7th (24.73) Total passing yards - 13th (2,932) Passing yards per game - 13th (266.55)

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2009 Game-By-Game Team Comparisons Date Opponent Result Sept. 5 at Fresno State L, 0-51 Sept. 12 MONTANA L, 10-17 Sept. 26 WESTERN OREGON W, 29-13 Oct. 3 at Boise State L, 16-34 Oct. 10 at South Dakota* W (ot), 24-23 Oct. 17 WINSTOM-SALEM STATE W, 45-14 Oct. 24 at Portland State W, 34-31 Oct. 31 at Southern Utah* L, 35-56 Nov. 7 CAL POLY* W, 23-10 Nov. 14 NORTH DAKOTA* W, 28-20 Nov. 21 at Sacramento State L, 28-31

First Downs Ags/Opp 12/21 24/17 21/15 13/21 23/23 14/16 29/12 27/25 20/16 20/13 20/20

Rushing Att-Yards Ags/Opp 20-43/52-310 23-43/29-86 31-60/24-48 17-28/33-101 31-62/34-165 38-92/38-106 35-143/31-102 21-244/27-103 29-99/42-179 33-94/27-126 26-84/29-62

Date Opponent Result Sept. 5 at Fresno State L, 0-51 Sept. 12 MONTANA L, 10-17 Sept. 26 WESTERN OREGON W, 29-13 Oct. 3 at Boise State L, 16-34 Oct. 10 at South Dakota* W (ot), 24-23 Oct. 17 WINSTOM-SALEM STATE W, 45-14 Oct. 24 at Portland State W, 34-31 Oct. 31 at Southern Utah* L, 35-56 Nov. 7 CAL POLY* W, 23-10 Nov. 14 NORTH DAKOTA* W, 28-20 Nov. 21 at Sacramento State L, 28-31

Turnovers Ags/Opp 1/2 3/2 1/2 0/1 2/1 1/5 3/0 3/1 1/0 1/2 1/1

3rd Down Conv. Ags/Opp 3-14/7-13 9-20/5-12 8-18/3-13 4-13/4-10 8-15/4-12 3-10/4-13 8-14/4-12 6-14/2-9 6-14/4-13 7-14/4-16 5-12/11-17

Passing Comp-Att-Int Ags/Opp 19-42-1/8-13-1 43-67-2/16-29-0 28-49-1/17-40-1 24-36-0/22-31-1 27-41-1/20-30-0 13-17-0/11-22-2 26-42-0/13-22-0 25-45-1/26-39-1 21-36-1/12-18-0 25-37-1/19-37-1 29-38-0/26-44-0 4th Down Conv. Ags/Opp 1-3/2-4 1-4/0-0 0-0/0-2 1-2/0-1 1-1/2-2 1-1/1-1 1-1/0-0 3-4/2-2 1-1/0-3 0-1/1-1 1-1/1-2

Passing Yds Ags/Opp 188/201 362/226 225/199 206/285 380/311 220/152 341/135 229/248 278/120 284/139 307/284

Time of Poss. Ags/Opp 26:39/33:21 37:24/22:36 34:43/25:17 29:23/30:37 32:49/27:11 30:56/29:04 31:37/28:23 32:50/27:10 31:12/28:48 33:47/26:13 34:04/25:56

Total Offense Ags/Opp 62-231/65-511 90-405/58-312 80-285/64-247 53-234/64-386 72-442/64-476 55-312/60-258 77-484/53-237 86-473/66-351 65-377/60-299 70-378/64-265 64-391/73-346

Penalties Ags/Opp 6-50/4-44 8-75/5-50 4-55/12-79 6-23/9-61 5-43/4-35 9-85/7-67 3-34/6-54 12-115/9-73 9-73/3-10 7-50/5-37 9-79/4-40

Return Yards Ags/Opp 125/199 120/57 102/147 123/74 55/158 156/174 140/176 193/226 22/132 147/102 66/142

Punting Ags/Opp 7-33.6/1-43.0 4-34.2/6-38.2 7-38.1/7-38.3 6-37.5/3-47.0 4-40.5/3-45.0 4-48.8/6-41.8 2-40.0/6-42.7 4-44.0/4-43.2 3-39.7/2-32.0 6-32.7/7-40.9 6-40.0/3-41.0

2009 Game-By-Game Red Zone Stats Date Opponent Result Sept. 5 at Fresno State L, 0-51 Sept. 12 MONTANA L, 10-17 Sept. 26 WESTERN OREGON W, 29-13 Oct. 3 at Boise State L, 16-34 Oct. 10 at South Dakota* W (ot), 24-23 Oct. 17 WINSTOM-SALEM STATE W, 45-14 Oct. 24 at Portland State W, 34-31 Oct. 31 at Southern Utah* L, 35-56 Nov. 7 CAL POLY* W, 23-10 Nov. 14 NORTH DAKOTA* W, 28-20 Nov. 21 at Sacramento State L, 28-31

Times in Red Zone 2 5 5 1 4 3 5 4 3 3 3

Times Scored 0 2 4 1 3 3 4 4 2 3 3

Total Pts 0 10 23 6 17 21 24 28 10 21 21

TDs Rush 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 2 1 1 2

TDs Pass 0 1 2 1 1 2 2 2 0 2 1

Field Goals 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0

Opportunities Missed FGA, interception downs, interception (2) halftime — interception — fumble — halftime — —

Date Opponent Result Sept. 5 at Fresno State L, 0-51 Sept. 12 MONTANA L, 10-17 Sept. 26 WESTERN OREGON W, 29-13 Oct. 3 at Boise State L, 16-34 Oct. 10 at South Dakota* W (ot), 24-23 Oct. 17 WINSTOM-SALEM STATE W, 45-14 Oct. 24 at Portland State W, 34-31 Oct. 31 at Southern Utah* L, 35-56 Nov. 7 CAL POLY* W, 23-10 Nov. 14 NORTH DAKOTA* W, 28-20 Nov. 21 at Sacramento State L, 28-31

Times in Red Zone 6 3 1 6 5 1 3 6 2 3 4

Times Scored 4 3 1 5 3 1 3 6 0 3 4

Total Pts 28 17 7 27 16 7 17 42 0 17 24

TDs Rush 4 1 1 1 1 0 1 4 0 0 2

TDs Pass 0 1 0 2 1 1 1 2 0 2 1

Field Goals 0 1 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 1 1

Opportunities Missed downs — — downs FGA (2) — — — FGA (2) — —

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2009 Great West Conference Recap FINAL STANDINGS

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UC DAVIS 3 1 0 110 109 North Dakota 2 2 0 88 92 Southern Utah 2 2 0 135 114 South Dakota 2 2 0 130 120 Cal Poly 1 3 0 99 127 OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: CHRIS CARTER, UC DAVIS DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: MIKE MORALES, UC DAVIS SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Trevor Ward, Southern Utah ROOKIE OF THE YEAR: Mitch Sutton, North Dakota COACH OF THE YEAR: BOB BIGGS, UC DAVIS

.750 .500 .500 .500 .250

6 6 5 5 4

5 5 5 6 7

0 0 0 0 0

ALL-CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM - OFFENSE WR CHRIS CARTER UC DAVIS WR BAKARI GRANT UC DAVIS WR Tysson Poots Southern Utah TE DEAN ROGERS UC DAVIS OL Jake Arthur South Dakota OL Levi Mack Southern Utah OL Aaron Po’uha Southern Utah OL MARK TOS UC DAVIS C TOMMY HERNANDEZ UC DAVIS QB Noah Shepard Southern Utah RB Chris Ganious Southern Utah RB Jake Romanelli Cal Poly RB Mitch Sutton North Dakota K SEAN KELLEY UC DAVIS ALL-CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM - DEFENSE DL PATRICK MICHELIER UC DAVIS DL Ko Quaye South Dakota DL Ryan Shotwell Cal Poly DL Chad Westwood Southern Utah ILB Robert Takeno Southern Utah ILB MIKE MORALES UC DAVIS OLB MIKE HEALEY UC DAVIS OLB Ryan Kasowski North Dakota DB Akeem Anifowoshe Southern Utah DB Asa Jackson Cal Poly DB Colin Pretlow Southern Utah DB JEREMY SCOTT UC DAVIS P Trevor Ward Southern Utah

GWC PLAYER OF THE WEEK UC Davis Honorees

OFFENSIVE Sept. 13 - WR Chris Carter Oct. 11 - QB Greg Denham Oct. 25 - QB Austin Heyworth DEFENSIVE Sept. 27 - CB Kenneth Brown Oct. 11 - DT Jacob Maxson Nov. 8 - LB Mike Morales Nov. 15 - LB Mike Morales SPECIAL TEAMS Sept. 13 - P Colton Schmidt Oct. 18 - WR Joseph Gray Oct. 25 - K Sean Kelley Nov. 8 - K Sean Kelley

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OVERALL PF 272 250 325 366 258

FA

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.545 .545 .500 .455 .364

ALL-CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM - OFFENSE WR Ismael Bamba North Dakota WR Dominique Jackson Cal Poly WR Fesi Sitake Southern Utah OL Kyle Bondy North Dakota OL SEAN DAVIES UC DAVIS OL Will Mitchell Cal Poly OL Luke Nordquist Southern Utah OL Scott Winnewisser Cal Poly C Stephen Boyer Southern Utah TE London Landry South Dakota QB Cade Cooper Southern Utah QB GREG DENHAM UC DAVIS K Brandon Hellevang North Dakota ALL-CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM - DEFENSE DL Ty Boyle North Dakota DL James Chen Cal Poly DL Wayne Curry South Dakota DL ERIC SOBOTKA UC DAVIS ILB Adam Broders South Dakota ILB Marty Mohamed Cal Poly OLB Carlton Gillespie Cal Poly OLB Ryan Routh South Dakota DB KENNETH BROWN UC DAVIS DB David Fullerton Cal Poly DB Dominique Hawkins North Dakota DB Shane Potter South Dakota P Brandon Hellevang North Dakota ALL-CONFERENCE HONORABLE MENTION DB Kris Ankenbauer North Dakota DL Ross Brenneman North Dakota OL Tom Compton South Dakota DB Xavier Gardner Cal Poly DB DANNY HART UC DAVIS OLB Kenny Jackson Cal Poly C Hal Kelley Cal Poly DL JACOB MAXSON UC DAVIS P Harlan Prather Cal Poly WR Dan Skelly South Dakota DB Erron Vonner Southern Utah

GWC STUDENT-ATHLETE OF THE MONTH UC Davis Honorees

SEPTEMBER WR Chris Carter

OCTOBER QB Greg Denham

NOVEMBER LB Mike Morales

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2009 Great West Conference Recap RUSHING 1. Chris Ganious, USD 2. Mitch Sutton, UND 3. Isaac Newton, USD 4. Austin Minefee, SUU 5. Jordan Yocum

G 10 11 10 10 9

Att 148 148 97 99 115

Yds Avg. 828 5.6 687 4.6 580 6.0 544 5.5 459 4.0

TD 45 47 41 46 21

Y/G 82.8 62.5 58.0 54.4 51.0

PASSING 1. Cade Cooper, SUU 2. GREG DENHAM, UC DAVIS 3. Noah Shepard, USD 4. Jake Landry, UND 5. Tony Smith, CP

G 11 11 10 11 11

Att Cmp 423 276 440 272 297 188 299 177 219 112

Int 12 8 10 9 8

Pct. 65.2 61.8 63.3 59.2 51.1

Yds 2987 2932 2451 1975 1618

TD 31 19 21 12 15

Y/G 271.5 266.5 245.1 179.5 147.1

PASSING EFF. 1. Noah Shepard, USD 2. Cade Cooper, SUU 3. Tony Smith, CP 4. GREG DENHAM, UC DAVIS 5. Jake Landry, UND

G 10 11 11 11 11

Att Cmp 297 188 423 276 219 112 440 272 299 177

Int 10 12 8 8 9

Pct. 63.3 65.2 51.1 61.8 59.2

Yds 2451 2987 1618 2932 1975

TD 21 31 15 19 12

Rat 149.2 143.1 128.5 128.4 121.9

TOTAL OFFENSE 1. Noah Shepard, USD 2. Cade Cooper, SUU 3. GREG DENHAM, UC DAVIS 4. Jake Landry, UND 5. Tony Smith, CP

G Rush Pass Plays Total Y/G 10 500 2451 411 2951 295.1 11 155 2987 498 3142 285.6 11 -58 2932 477 2874 261.3 11 217 1975 384 2192 199.3 11 230 1618 332 1848 168.0

RECEPTIONS G Rec Yds Avg. 1. Tysson Poots, SUU 9 85 1081 12.7 2. CHRIS CARTER, UC DAVIS 11 85 889 10.5 3. Fesi Sitake, SUU 11 79 848 10.7 4. Tom Flanagan, USD 9 45 530 11.8 5. Israel Bamba, UND 11 52 859 16.5 RECEIVING YARDS G Rec Yds Avg. 1. Tysson Poots, SUU 9 85 1081 12.7 2. CHRIS CARTER, UC DAVIS 11 85 889 10.5 3. Israel Bamba, UND 11 52 859 16.5 4. Fesi Sitake, SUU 11 79 848 10.7 5. Dominique Johnson, CP 10 43 741 17.2 SCORING (TDs) Tot Rush Pass Ret 2pt 1. Tysson Poots, SUU 15 0 15 0 0 2. Noah Shepard, USD 13 13 0 0 0 3. Fesi Sitake, SUU 10 0 9 1 0 4. Major Gray, SUU 8 7 1 0 0 5. Mitch Sutton, UND 7 6 1 0 0

Pts P/G 90 10.0 78 7.8 62 5.6 48 4.4 42 3.8

SCORING (KICK) 1. Ryan Griffith, SUU 2. Dustin Nowotny, USD 3. Brandon Hellevang, UND 4. SEAN KELLEY, UC DAVIS 5. Chris Pinto, CPP SCORING (OVERALL) 1. Tysson Poots, SUU 2. Ryan Griffith, SUU 3. Noah Shepard, USD 4. Dustin Nowotny, USD 5. Brandon Hellevang, UND

G 9 11 10 10 11

TD 15 0 13 2 0

TD R/G 15 9.4 4 7.7 9 7.2 4 5.0 4 4.7 TD 15 4 4 9 6

Y/G 120.1 80.8 78.1 77.1 74.1

G 11 10 11 11 11

PAT 43 33 27 30 28

FG 15 7 15 12 8

Pts P/G 88 8.0 66 6.6 72 6.5 66 6.0 52 4.7

XP 0 43 0 33 27

FG 0 15 0 7 15

2pt 0 0 0 0 0

Pts P/G 90 10.0 88 8.0 78 7.8 66 6.6 72 6.5

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INTERCEPTIONS 1. Joel Schwenzfeier, UND t2. Colin Pretlow, SUU t2. Scottie Cordier, CP t3. Greg Francis, CP t3. KENNETH BROWN, UC DAVIS t3. David Fullerton, CP PUNT RETURNS 1. Fesi Sitake, SUU 2. SEAN CREADICK, UC DAVIS

G 11 11 11 11 11 11

Int Yds 5 52 4 96 4 69 3 109 3 84 3 24.0

Avg. 10.4 24.0 17.3 36.3 28.0 8.0

TD 0 1 0 1 0 0

Int/G 0.45 0.36 0.36 0.27 0.27 0.27

G 11 11

Ret 14 16

Yds Avg. 207 14.8 75 4.7

TD Long 1 61 0 19

KICK RETURNS 1. Marcus Sims, USD 2. Israel Bamba, UND 3. Jared Ursua, SUU 4. Dominique Hawkins, UND 5. Jono Grayson, CP

G 10 11 11 11 11

Ret 18 17 30 19 47

Yds Avg. 488 0 397 1 588 0 336 0 829 0

TD 54 95 43 39 34

Long 27.1 23.4 19.6 17.7 17.6

ALL PURPOSE 1. Tysson Poots, SUU 2. Israel Bamba, UND 3. Chris Ganious, USD 4. Jono Grayson, CP 5. CHRIS CARTER, UC DAVIS

G Rush Rec 9 0 1081 11 8 859 10 828 266 11 333 67 11 7 889

PR 0 0 0 0 0

KR 0 397 41 829 221

Yds 1081 1264 1135 1229 1117

Y/G 120.1 114.9 113.5 111.7 101.5

G 11 11 10 11 11

No. 35 52 27 52 50

Yds 1680 2214 1119 2037 1780

PUNTING 1. Trevor Ward, SUU 2. Brandon Hellevang, UND 3. Cole Zwiefelhofer, USD 4. COLTON SCHMIDT, UC DAVIS 5. Harlan Prather, CP TACKLES 1. Adam Broders, USD t2. Marty Mohamed, CP t2. Rob Takeno, SUU 4. Akeem Anifowoshe, SUU 5. Colin Pretlow, SUU

G Solo 9 31 11 51 11 41 9 35 11 58

Ast Total T/G 47 78 8.7 42 93 8.5 52 93 8.5 33 68 7.6 25 83 7.5

SACKS 1. Wayne Curry, USD t2. JACOB MAXSON, UC DAVIS t2. Ryan Shotwell, CP t2. Ryan Kasowski, UND t2. Scott Larsen, SUU

G Solo 10 5 11 2 11 5 11 4 11 2

Ast 4 3 0 1 3

TACKLES FOR LOSSES t1. Ryan Shotwell, CP t1. Carl Gillespie, CP t3. Ryan Routh, USD t3. Wayne Curry, USD 5. Joel Schwenzfeier, UND

G Solo 11 8 11 9 10 8 10 6 11 8

PASSES DEFENDED 1. KENNETH BROWN, UC DAVIS 2. Colin Pretlow, SUU t3. Ryan Shotwell, CP t3. JEREMY SCOTT, UC DAVIS t5. Jeremy Schwenzfeier, UND

Avg. Long 48.0 63 42.6 72 41.4 56 39.2 67 35.6 60

Yds 40 27 20 33 30

S/G 0.90 0.45 0.45 0.45 0.45

Ast 3 1 2 6 2

Yds Total TFL/G 27 9.5 0.86 42 9.5 0.86 30 9.0 0.90 48 9.0 0.90 24 9.0 0.82

G PBU 11 9 11 7 11 9 11 9 11 3

INT Total PD/G 3 12 1.09 4 11 1.00 0 9 0.82 0 9 0.82 5 8 0.73

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2009 Game Capsules GAME 1: Fresno State 51, UC Davis 0

GAME 2: No. 4/5 Montana 17, UC Davis 10

Sept. 5 • Bulldog Stadium (Fresno, Calif.)

Sept. 12 • Aggie Stadium (Davis, Calif.)

Three touchdowns, each covering at least 60 yards, helped spark Fresno State to a 35-0 halftime lead as the Bulldogs shut out UC Davis for a season-opening 51-0 non-conference football win before 37,267 fans at Bulldog Stadium. The Bulldogs, the first of two Western Athletic Conference teams on the Aggies’ 2009 schedule, used a 60-yard TD run from tailback Ryan Matthews, a 94-yard interception return by linebacker Nico Herron and a 92-yard pass play from Ryan Colburn to Marlon Moore, to help forge their large halftime advantage. Quarterback Greg Denham threw for 188 yards, including four passes to senior receiver Chris Carter, who finished with a team-high 41 yards. Joe Trombetta added four receptions while rushing 12 times for 27 yards. Free safety Ramsey Moyer and linebacker Marshall Congdon each had seven tackles for the defense. Mathews rushed for 106 yards – all in the first half – to pace Fresno State while Colburn threw for 161 yards and a score on five completions. The Bulldogs rushed the ball 52 times for 310 yards with four different players scoring on the ground.

Chase Reynolds scored on a three-yard run in the fourth quarter giving Montana the lead for good, as the Grizzlies rallied for a non-conference win over UC Davis at Aggie Stadium. Senior receiver Chris Carter led the Aggies with a school-record 18 receptions, while quarterback Greg Denham tied a UC Davis mark of 43 completions. The Aggies led 10-0 early in the third quarter, driving 45 yards on 13 plays and scoring on fourth down from a yard out on a play-action pass from Denham to wide open tight end Brad Bispo. Montana, though, bounced back with a 66-yard drive on its ensuing possession to score on a 17-yard pass from Justin Roper to Sam Gratton with 5 minutes, 7 seconds left in the quarter. Taking the ball with just over 12 minutes to play in the fourth quarter, the Grizzlies went 79 yards on just five plays - highlighted by a 61yard pass from Roper to Dan Beaudin to the Aggies’ 3 - before Reynolds delivered them a 14-10 lead with 9:57 to go. Brody McKnight added a 23-yard field goal with 8:34 remaining. UC Davis got to the 15 on the next drive before stalling on fourth down, then took over at its own 33 with 2:31 to go for its final drive. Denham hit Carter for a 42-yard gain up the left sideline to Montana’s 25, then found Sean Creadick for a 10-yarder to the 15. Facing fourthand-7 at the 12 with 57 seconds left, the game faced a 16-minute delay when the stadium lights inadvertently went out. When play resumed, Denham was intercepted by Johnson.

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0 21

0 14

0 2

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FIRST QUARTER FSU - Ryan Colburn 1 run (Kevin Goessling kick), 9:18 FSU - Ryan Mathews 60 run (Kevin Goessling kick), 6:09 SECOND QUARTER FSU - Nico Herron 94 interception return (Kevin Goessling kick), 7:38 FSU - Marlon Moore 92 pass from Ryan Colburn (Kevin Goessling kick), 4:05 FSU - Ebahn Feathers 20 run (Kevin Goessling kick), 0:36 THIRD QUARTER FSU - Lonyae Miller 3 run (Kevin Goessling kick), 10:18 FSU - Robbie Rouse 5 run (Kevin Goessling kick), 4:41 FOURTH QUARTER FSU - Safety (Corbin Cutshaw tackled in end zone), 11:27 Attendance: 37,267                                      First Downs   Rushes-yds Passing yards              Passes Att-Comp-Int            Total Offense Punt Returns-Yards       Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost                       Penalties-Yards                  

UC Davis 12 20-43 188 42-19-1 231 7-235 7-117 1-8 7-33.6 1-0 6-50

FSU 21 52-310 201 13-8-1 511 1-43         2-45 1-94 1-43.0 1-1 4-44

RUSHING - UC Davis: Joe Trombetta, 11-28; Josh Reese, 5-15; Corbin Cutshaw, 3-2; Greg Denham, 1-(-2). FSU: Ryan Mathews, 11-106; Robbie Rouse, 10-75; Lonyae Miller, 8-46; Ebahn Feathers, 3-29; Michael Harris, 11-26; Jamaal Rashad, 4-14; A.J. Ellis, 2-7; Ryan Colburn, 2-7; Derek Carr, 1-0. PASSING - UC Davis: Greg Denham, 18-41-1, 188; Austin Heyworth, 1-1-0. FSU: Ryan Colburn, 5-9-1, 161; Derek Carr, 2-2-0, 37; Ebahn Feathers, 1-1-0, 3. RECEIVING - UC Davis: Chris Carter,4-41; Joe Trombetta, 4-11; Sean Creadick, 3-39; Anthony Sot, 2-13; Bakari Grant, 2-13; Josh Reese, 1-33; Brad Bispo, 1-33; Dean Rogers, 1-5; Corbin Cutshaw, 1-0. FSU: Seyi Ajirotutu, 3-57; Marlon Moore, 1-92; Devon Wylie, 1-24; Jamel Hamler, 1-20; Isaac Kinter, 1-5; Vince Pascoe, 1-3.

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SECOND QUARTER UC Davis - Sean Kelley 21 FG, 14:04 THIRD QUARTER UC Davis - Brad Bispo 1 pass from Greg Denham (Sean Kelley kick), 9:34 UM - Sam Gratton 17 pass from Justin Roper (Brody McKnight kick), 5:07 FOURTH QUARTER UM - Chase Reynolds 3 run (Brody McKnight kick), 10:49 UM - Brody McKnight 23 FG, 8:34 Attendance: 9,087                              ��       First Downs   Rushes-yds Passing yards              Passes Att-Comp-Int            Total Offense Punt Returns-Yards       Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost                       Penalties-Yards                  

UM 14 29-86 226 29-16-0 312 0-0 3-57 2-0 6-38.2 2-2 5-50

UC Davis 27 23-43 362 67-43-2 405 1-1         4-80 0-0 4-34.2 2-1 8-75

RUSHING - UM: Chase Reynolds, 25-90; Andrew Selle, 1-5; Team, 3-(-9). UC Davis: Joe Trombetta, 11-37; Josh Reese, 9-21; Dean Rogers, 1-3; Greg Denham, 1-(-6); Team, 1-(-12). PASSING - UM: Justin Roper, 9-19-0, 143; Andrew Selle, 7-10-0, 83. UC Davis: Greg Denham, 43-67-2, 362. RECEIVING - UM: Marc Mariani, 5-66; Tyler Palmer, 3-36; Chase Reynolds, 3-16; Dan Beaudin, 2-72; Sam Gratton, 1-17; Jabin Sambrano; 1-15; Kevin Klaboe, 1-4. UC Davis: Chris Carter, 18-190; Sean Creadick, 10-73; Dean Rogers, 6-31; Bakari Grant, 4-25; Joe Trombetta, 3-33; Anthony Soto, 1-9; Brad Bispo, 1-1.

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2009 Game Capsules GAME 3: UC Davis 29, Western Oregon 13

GAME 4: No. 5 (FBS) Boise State 34, UC Davis 16

Sept. 26 • Aggie Stadium (Davis, Calif.)

Oct. 3 • Bronco Stadium (Boise, Idaho)

Receiver Chris Carter caught 11 passes and Sean Kelley kicked three field goals – including a career-best 46-yarder – as UC Davis earned its first win of the season with a non-conference football win over Western Oregon at Aggie Stadium. Aggie quarterback Greg Denham threw for 225 yards and two scores while cornerback Kenneth Brown had an interception, forced a fumble and had two pass breakups to help pace the defense. He also blocked an extra-point attempt. Kelley converted field goals of 46, 36 and 39 yards in the game, making three in a game for the first time in his career. Brown set up a pair of first-half touchdowns to help the Aggies take a 16-0 halftime lead. He nabbed his first career interception when he picked off Riddell at the Wolves’ 27 and returned it to the two-yard line early in the second quarter, setting up a two-yard touchdown run by Joe Trombetta with 9:02 left in the half. Brown also blocked a PAT in addition to his defensive contributions. Linebacker Dozie Amajoyi had a team-high six tackles, including a fiveyard sack, while linebacker Marshall Congdon and end Eric Sobotka had five tackles. UC Davis had three sacks in the game and nine tackles for losses, including three by tackle Jacob Maxson. The Aggies held Western Oregon to 48 rushing yards.

Quarterback Kellen Moore threw for 285 yards and three touchdowns but fifth-ranked Boise State needed a strong performance to hold back visiting UC Davis in a nonconference football win at Bronco Stadium. UC Davis, which had never played a team ranked as high in collegiate football as Boise State, got a pair of touchdown receptions from wide receiver Sean Creadick and an inspired defensive effort led by safety Danny Hart and linebacker Mike Morales who had 14 and 13 tackles, respectively. UC Davis played an impressive first half despite trailing 13-0 at the break. The Aggies’ defense – spearheaded by linebacker Morales who had nine tackles before intermission – tightened inside the ‘red zone’ on several occasions including an early goal-line stand. Down 27-10 in the fourth, UC Davis rallied with a 13-play, 72-yard drive that featured three receptions from Bakari Grant for 22 yards. Facing a 3rd-and-goal from the Broncos’ 3, the Aggies got another scoring connection when Creadick leaped while crossing the back of the end zone to haul in Greg Denham’s four-yard TD pass. UC Davis held Boise State to a pair of three-and-outs in the fourth quarter while picking up a first down during one of its own drives, but the Aggies unable to convert any more scores the rest of the way.

Western Oregon (2-2) UC Davis (1-2)

UC Davis (1-3) Boise State (5-0)

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0 13

13 7

0 6

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13 29

0 0

0 13

10 14

6 7

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FIRST QUARTER UC Davis - Sean Kelly 46 FG, 11:07 SECOND QUARTER UC Davis - Joe Trombetta 2 run (kick failed), 9:02 UC Davis - Bakari Grant 11 pass from Greg Denham (Sean Kelley kick), 0:28 THIRD QUARTER WOU - Ore 41 pass from Josh Riddell (kick blocked), 12:05 WOU - Josh Riddell 11 run (Kelly Morgan kick) UC Davis - Sean Creadick 3 pass from Greg Denham (Sean Kelley kick), 0:51 FOURTH QUARTER UC Davis - Sean Kelley 36 FG, 7:43 UC Davis - Sean Kelley 39 FG, 2:04

SECOND QUARTER BSU - Kyle Brotzman 22 FG, 10:17 BSU - Kyle Brotzman 34 FG, 4:36 BSU - Austin Pettis 6 pass from Kellen Moore (Kyle Brotzman kick), 0:52 THIRD QUARTER UC Davis - Sean Kelley 48 FG, 12:40 BSU - Titus Young 42 pass from Kellen Moore (Kyle Brotzman kick), 11:51 UC Davis - Sean Creadick 21 pass from Greg Denham (Sean Kelley kick), 9:28 BSU - Austin Pettis 2 pass from Kellen Moore (Kyle Brotzman kick), 3:33 FOURTH QUARTER UC Davis - Sean Creadick 4 pass from Greg Denham (Sean Kelley kick), 11:27 BSU - Doug Martin 4 run (Kyle Brotzman kick), 0:38

Attendance: 10,078

Attendance: 32,497

                                     First Downs   Rushes-yds Passing yards              Passes Att-Comp-Int            Total Offense Punt Returns-Yards       Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost                       Penalties-Yards                  

WOU 15 24-48 199 40-17-1 247 4-27 6-120 1-0 7-38.3 1-1 12-79

UC Davis 21 30-60 225 50-29-1 285 4-0         3-77 1-25 7-38.1 1-0 4-55

RUSHING - WOU: DJ Jackson, 7-29; Ben Kuenzi, 6-14; Tirrell Thompson, 5-12; Team, 1-(-2); Josh Riddell, 5-(-5). UC Davis: Joe Trombetta, 16-41; Corbin Cutshaw, 7-33; Dwight Smith, 1-1; Greg Denham, 3-(-1); Team, 3-(-14). PASSING - WOU: Josh Riddell, 16-39-1, 200. UC Davis: Greg Denham, 29-50-1, 225. RECEIVING - WOU: Justin Ore, 4-92; Sean Fullerton, 4-43; DJ Jackson, 2-11; Ben Kuenzi, 2-9; John Breza, 1-19; Justin Wright, 1-13; Trevor Gates, 1-11; Kyle Lavender, 1-2; Bryce Peila, 1-(-1). UC Davis: Chris Carter, 11-77; Sean Creadick, 6-25; Bakari Grant, 5-61; Joe Trombetta, 4-38; Luke McDonough, 2-13; Conor Kirkpatrick, 1-11.

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UC Davis 13 17-28 206 36-0-24 234 0-0 4-192 1-38 6-37.5 0-0 6-23

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BSU 21 33-101 285 31-22-1 386 4-46         7-430 0-0 3-47.0 1-0 9-61

RUSHING - UC Davis: Joe Trombetta, 8-18; Chris Carter, 1-7; Corbin Cutshaw, 5-5; Greg Denham, 3-(-2). BSU: Jeremy Avery, 15-70; Doug Martin, 16-41; Kellen Moore, 2-(-10). PASSING - UC Davis: Greg Denham, 24-36-0, 206. BSU: Kellen Moore, 22-31-1, 285. RECEIVING - UC Davis: Bakari Grant, 7-64; Chris Carter, 4-65; Sean Creadick, 4-52; Joe Trombetta, 4-9; Dean Rogers, 2-10; Corbin Cutshaw, 1-10; Robert Ayotte, 1-(-2); Josh Reese, 1-(-3). BSU: Austin Pettis, 10-129; Titus Young, 6-83; Doug Martin, 2-34; Kyle Efaw, 2-30; Tyle Shoemaker, 1-8; Jeremy Avery, 1-1.

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2009 Game Capsules GAME 5: UC Davis 24, South Dakota 23 (ot)

GAME 6: UC Davis 45, Winston-Salem State 14

Oct. 10 • DakotaDome (Vermillion, S.D.)

Oct. 17 • Aggie Stadium (Davis, Calif.)

Joe Trombetta scored from two yards out in the first overtime and Sean Kelley converted the winning extra point as the UC Davis football team edged host South Dakota, 24-23, in overtime during a Great West Conference matchup at the DakotaDome. The Aggies’ win also snapped an eight-game road losing streak. Greg Denham completed 27 of 41 passes for 380 yards but no yards more crucial than his 24-yard completion to Chris Carter on fourthand-11 in overtime that put the Aggie on South Dakota’s 2-yard line. Trombetta was flipped short of the goal-line on first down before rumbling through for the touchdown on the next play. Kelley’s conversion ended the game. South Dakota, which had the ball first in overtime, took a 23-17 lead when Shepard dove in from two yards out on fourth down to cap a six-play drive. However, Sam Sawyer’s extra point was blocked by defensive tackle Jacob Maxson, giving the Aggie an opportunity to win in the first extra period. A 23-yard pass from Denham to Grant put UC Davis ahead 17-3 early in the third quarter but the Coyotes didn’t go away. Noah Shepard’s seven-yard TD pass to Dustin Nowotny made it a one-possession game with 4:53 left in the third. The Coyotes then tied it late in the third quarter, converting a 99-yard drive that featured a 25-yard pass completion to London Landry and a 37-yard TD pass to Ben Oberle.

Greg Denham threw for three first-half scores, the defense held Winston-Salem State to just first-half 79 yards and the Aggies took a 38-point lead at the break, as UC Davis rolled to a Homecoming nonconference football at Aggie Stadium. The Aggies had three of their touchdowns over a two-minute span in the second quarter. Jarrett Dunston completed 11 of 19 passes for 152 yards to help lead WSSU. Denham completed 13 of 16 passes for 220 yards before yielding to backup Austin Heyworth early in the third quarter. He had touchdown passes of seven yards to Chris Carter, 18 yards to Joe Trombetta and 25 yards to tight end Dean Rogers in the first half, with UC Davis adding a one-yard plunge from Josh Reese, a 34-yard fumble return by defensive end Eric Sobotka and a 44-yard field goal by Sean Kelley. Joseph Gray scored on an 81-yard kickoff return in the third quarter to complete UC Davis’ scoring. Cornerback Jonathan Calhoun and safety Nick Aprile each had interceptions while safety Jeff Freeman, cornerback Jeremy Scott and linebacker Michael Healey each had breakups. UC Davis also recorded five sacks with seven different players getting a hand in that area. Safety Kevin Lewis had a 12-yard sack to help spark that defensive effort.

UC Davis (2-3, 1-0) South Dakota (3-3, 0-2)

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FIRST QUARTER UC Davis - Sean Kelley 19 FG, 7:26 USD - Sam Sawyer 23 FG, 4:37 SECOND QUARTER UC Davis - Bakari Grant 4 pass from Greg Denham (Sean Kelley kick), 14:55 THIRD QUARTER UC Davis - Bakari Grant 23 pass from Greg Denham (Sean Kelley kick), 9:18 USD - Dustin Nowotny 7 pass from Noah Shepard (Sam Sawyer kick), 4:53 USD - Ben Oberle 37 pass from Noah Shepard (Sam Sawyer kick), 0:07 OVERTIME USD - Noah Shepard 2 run (kick blocked) UC Davis - Joe Trombetta 2 run (Sean Kelley kick) Attendance: 9,884                                      First Downs   Rushes-yds Passing yards              Passes Att-Comp-Int            Total Offense Punt Returns-Yards       Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost                       Penalties-Yards                  

UC Davis 23 31-62 380 27-41-1 442 2-17 3-38 0-0 4-41.8 2-1 5-43

USD 23 34-165 311 20-30-0 476 2-11         4-125 1-22 3-45.0 1-1 4-35

RUSHING - UC Davis: Joe Trombetta, 17-47; Corbin Cutshaw, 5-29; Josh Reese, 2-13; Team, 1-(-1); Greg Denham, 6-(-26). USD: Chris Ganious, 14-74; Noah Shepard, 14-67; Isaac Newton, 6-24. PASSING - UC Davis: Greg Denham, 27-41-1, 380. USD: Noah Shepard, 20-30-311. RECEIVING - UC Davis: Bakari Grant, 6-93; Chris Carter, 6-89; Dean Rogers, 4-103; Sean Creadick, 3-40; Joe Trombetta, 3-4; Conor Kirkpatrick, 2-27; Brad Bispo, 2-16; Anthony Soto, 1-8. USD: Tom Flanagan, 5-50; Dustin Nowotny, 4-35; London Landry, 4-55; Ben Oberle, 2-79; Dan Skelly, 2-40; Chris Ganious, 2-20; Isaac Newton, 1-27; Will Powell, 1-5.

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FIRST QUARTER UC Davis - Chris Carter 7 pass from Greg Denham (Sean Kelley kick), 8:46 UC Davis - Joe Trombetta 18 pass from Greg Denham (Sean Kelley kick), 8:32 SECOND QUARTER UC Davis - Sean Kelley 44 FG, 14:55 UC Davis - Josh Reese 1 run (Sean Kelley kick), 8:49 UC Davis - Eric Sobotka 34 fumble recovery (Sean Kelley kick), 6:32 UC Davis - Dean Rogers 25 pass from Greg Denham (Sean Kelley kick), 4:49 THIRD QUARTER WSSU - Lerenzo Barr 31 pass from Jarrett Dunston (Landen Thayer kick), 2:17 UC Davis -Joseph Gray 81 kickoff return (Sean Kelley kick), 2:04 FOURTH QUARTER WSSU - Johnathon Kinzer 1 pass from Jarrett Dunston (Landen Thayer kick), 12:07 Attendance: 10,289                                      First Downs   Rushes-yds Passing yards              Passes Att-Comp-Int            Total Offense Punt Returns-Yards       Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost                       Penalties-Yards                  

WSSU 16 38-106 152 11-22-2 258 2-22 8-152 0-0 6-41.8 4-3 7-67

UC Davis 14 38-92 220 13-17-0 312 3-11         3-95 2-16 4-48.8 2-1 9-85

RUSHING - WSSU: Nathan Munford, 14-46; Jarrett Dunston, 16-36; John Harris, 7-23; John Thompson, 1-1. UC Davis: Marquis Nicolis, 7-34; Joe Trombetta, 7-30; Corbin Cutshaw, 7-26; Josh Reese, 7-18; Jordan Brown, 1-4;. Team, 3-(-3); Greg Denham, 2-(-7); Austin Heyworth, 4-(-10). PASSING - WSSU: Jarrett Dunston, 11-19-1, 152; Branden Williams, 0-3-1, 0. UC Davis: Greg Denham, 13-16-0, 220; Austin Heyworth, 0-1-0, 0. RECEIVING - WSSU: Lamar Whidbee, 4-45; Jean Julmiste, 3-48; Dominique Fitzgerald, 2-19; Lerenzo Barr, 1-31; Omar Kizzie, 1-8; Johnathon Kinzer, 0-1. UC Davis: Chris Carter, 5-91; Dean Rogers, 2-49; Anthony Soto, 2-19; Joe Trombetta, 1-18; Conor Kirkpatrick, 1-18; Bakari Grant, 1-16; Sean Creadick, 1-9.

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2009 Game Capsules GAME 7: UC Davis 34, Portland State 31

GAME 8: Southern Utah 56, UC Davis 35

Oct. 24 • PGE Park (Portland, Ore.)

Oct. 31 • Eccles Coliseum (Cedar City, Utah)

Backup quarterback Austin Heyworth threw two fourth-quarter touchdown passes and kicker Sean Kelley kicked a go-ahead 38-yard field goal with less than five minutes remaining as UC Davis won its third straight game with a non-conference win at PGE Park. Meanwhile, the Aggie defense had four sacks and shut down the Portland State attack to just 17 yards of total offense after halftime. Heyworth, a redshirt freshman, saw his first significant action as an Aggie during the second half of Saturday’s game in relief of starter Greg Denham, who lacerated his left hand and was forced to the sidelines until late in the fourth quarter. UC Davis trailed 28-17 when Heyworth came into the game in the third quarter. Heyworth completed 6 of 7 passes for 82 yards, hitting Grant with 14 minutes, 54 seconds left in the fourth to make it 28-24 and then finding tight end Brad Bispo for a 15-yard score with just under nine minutes left to tie the game 31-31. Denham returned on the Aggies’ game-winning drive, connecting with Joe Trombetta on a 30-yard screen pass play to set up Kelley’s field goal.

Major Gray rushed for four touchdowns - three of them before halftime - as host Southern Utah broke a second-quarter tie with 28 straight points Great West Conference football victory over UC Davis in front of 3,035 Eccles Coliseum. Gray finished with just 74 rushing yards but scored three times from the one and another time from the 12, tying a school record for most touchdowns in a game. Quarterback Cade Cooper threw a pair of scoring strikes while finishing with 159 yards. The Aggies’ Danny Hart and the Thunderbirds’ Colin Pretlow tied for game-high honors with 13 tackles each. UC Davis battled back from an early 21-7 deficit to tie the game with two straight scores in the second quarter. Greg Denham hit tight end Brad Bispo with a 29-yard touchdown pass to help make it 21-14 early in the period before Nick Aprile - directing the offense out of the Wildcat formation - ran in from five yards to equalize. However, SUU scored three touchdowns over the last six minutes before halftime to take the lead for good.

UC Davis (4-3) Portland State (2-6)

UC Davis (4-4, 1-1) Southern Utah (4-4, 2-1)

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FIRST QUARTER PSU - Bobby McClintock 30 pass from Connor Kavanaugh (Zach Brown kick), 10:44 UC Davis - Joe Trombetta 4 run (Sean Kelley kick), 6:07 PSU - Bobby McClintock 1 run (Zach Brown kick), 2:14 SECOND QUARTER UC Davis - Sean Creadick 19 pass from Greg Denham (Sean Kelley kick), 12:02 PSU - Ray Fry 7 pass from Connor Kavanaugh (Zach Brown kick), 5:18 UC Davis - Sean Kelley 35 FG, 0:00 THIRD QUARTER PSU - Ryan Rau 27 fumble recovery (Zach Brown kick), 5:19 FOURTH QUARTER UC Davis - Bakari Grant 30 pass from Austin Heyworth (Sean Kelley kick),14:54 PSU - Zach Brown 30 FG, 11:23 UC Davis - Brad Bispo 15 pass from Austin Heyworth (Sean Kelley kick), 8:57 UC Davis - Sean Kelley 38 FG, 4:40 Attendance: 5,180                                      First Downs   Rushes-yds Passing yards              Passes Att-Comp-Int            Total Offense Punt Returns-Yards       Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost                       Penalties-Yards                  

UC Davis 29 35-143 341 26-42-0 484 3-7 2-133 0-0 2-40.0 3-3 3-34

PSU 12 31-102 135 13-22-0 237 0-0         6-149 0-0 6-42.7 3-0 6-54

RUSHING - UC Davis: Josh Reese, 6-84; Joe Trombetta, 18-60; Austin Heyworth, 2-7; Corbin Cutshaw, 3-5; Greg Denham, 3-(-5). PSU: Connor Kavanaugh, 13-50; Bobby McClintock, 8-34; Ben Bowen, 8-25; Aaron Woods, 1-1; Justin Engstrom, 1-(-8). PASSING - UC Davis: Greg Denham. 20-35-0, 259; Austin Heyworth, 6-7-0, 82. PSU: Connor Kavanugh, 12-18-0, 131; Justin Engstrom, 1-4-0, 4. RECEIVING - UC Davis: Chris Carter, 9-83; Dean Rogers, 3-43; Luke McDonough, 3-33; Josh Reese, 3-17; Bakari Grant, 2-59; Sean Creadick, 2-40; Joe Trombetta, 1-30; Brad Bispo, 1-15; Anthony Soto, 1-13; Corbin Cutshaw, 1-8. PSU: Ray Fray, -5-69; Bobby McClintock, 5-46; Lavonte Kirven, 2-21; Nevin Lewis, 1-(-1).

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FIRST QUARTER UC Davis - Joe Trombetta 13 run (Sean Kelley kick), 12:11 SUU - Major Gray 12 run (Ryan Griffith kick), 8:37 SUU - Major Gray 1 run (Ryan Griffith kick), 4:38 SECOND QUARTER UC Davis - Brad Bispo 29 pass from Greg Denham (Sean Kelley kick), 4:53 UC Davis - Nick Aprile 5 run (Sean Kelley kick), 8:41 SUU - Tysson Poots 13 pass from Cody Cooper (Ryan Griffith kick), 6:05 SUU - Fesi Sitake 61 punt return (Ryan Griffith kick), 4:23 SUU - Major Gray 1 run (Ryan Griffith kick), 0:26 THIRD QUARTER SUU - Major Gray 1 run (Ryan Griffith kick), 10:24 FOURTH QUARTER UC Davis - Dean Rogers 6 pass from Nick Aprile (Sean Kelley kick), 14:24 UC Davis - Sean Creadick 13 pass from Greg Denham (Sean Kelley kick), 5:05 SUU - Colin Pretlow 46 interception return (Ryan Griffith kick), 2:32 Attendance: 3,035                                      First Downs   Rushes-yds Passing yards              Passes Att-Comp-Int            Total Offense Punt Returns-Yards       Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost                       Penalties-Yards                  

UC Davis 27 41-244 229 25-45-1 473 1-8 8-149 1-36 4-44.0 3-2 12-115

SUU 25 27-103 248 26-39-1 351 3-106        4-74 1-46 4-43.2 0-0 9-73

RUSHING - UC Davis: Josh Reese, 14-101; Nick Aprile, 8-56; Corbin Cutshaw, 5-51; Joe Trombetta, 7-44; Anthony Soto, 1-9; Team, 1-(-1); Greg Denham, 5-(-16). SUU: Major Gray, 16-74; Austin Minefee, 6-20; Cade Cooper, 4-10. PASSING - UC Davis: Greg Denham, 24-44-1, 223; Nick Aprile, 1-1-0, 6. SUU: Cade Cooper, 26-391, 248. RECEIVING - UC Davis: Bakari Grant, 7-77; Chris Carter, 7-47; Sean Creadick, 3-33; Josh Reese, 3-20; Joe Trombetta, 2-11; Brad Bispo, 1-29; Luke McDonough, 1-6; Dean Rogers, 1-6. SUU: Tysson Poots, 11-108; Fesi Sitake, 6-61; Austin Minefee, 4-33; Mitch Jessop, 2-22; Drake Eckholdt. 1-17; Jared Ursua, 1-4; Abbel Aiono, 1-3.

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2009 Game Capsules GAME 9: UC Davis 23, Cal Poly 10

GAME 10: UC Davis 28, North Dakota 20

Nov. 7 • Aggie Stadium (Davis, Calif.)

Nov. 14 • Aggie Stadium (Davis, Calif.)

Greg Denham threw for 278 yards and a touchdown, linebacker Mike Morales had 13 tackles and Sean Kelley kicked three field goals – including a school-record tying 52-yarder – as UC Davis beat Great West Conference rival before a sellout crowd of 10,849 in the annual “Battle for the Golden Horseshoe Classic.” The victory was UC Davis’ first over Cal Poly since 2005, increasing its lead to 17-16-2 in the series between the two programs. Holding a 10-7 lead at halftime, Cal Poly faked a punt on fourth down early in the third quarter, turning the ball over to UC Davis near midfield, a possession the Aggies turned into a Kelley 42-yard field goal to tie the game 10-10. Less than five minutes later, Kelley connected on a career-long 52yard field goal, eclisping his previous best of 48 (at Boise State) and tyring the school mark also held by Terry Rutledge (1975), Rolf Benirschke (1976) and Eddie Loretto (1988). Morales helped spearhead an Aggie defense that limited Cal Poly to 299 total yards, including just 105 in the second half. He had 13 total tackles, including 11 solo, marking his third double-digit tackles game of the season. Defensive tackle Jacob Maxson and linebacker Brock Butler each had a half-sack while defensive end Eric Sobotka had a two-yard sack.

Greg Denham threw for 284 yards and three touchdowns, including two to Chris Carter, while the Aggie defense came up with a turnover in the final seconds, as UC Davis claimed its first Great West Conference championship since 2005 with a 28-20 win over North Dakota. The win also delivered UC Davis its first winning season since 2006. UC Davis led 28-13 with 7 minutes, 33 seconds left in the fourth quarter after Denham hit Carter for an 8-yard touchdown strike. But North Dakota got back to within a score four minutes later when quarterback Jake Landry connected with Konrath from 21 yards, capping an 11-play, 71-yard drive. The Aggies, operating out their version of the Wildcat formation, marched to the North Dakota 27 yard-line inside the final minute of the game but stalled on fourth down. Landry completed an 11-yard pass to Konrath to start a desperation final drive but linebacker Michael Healey forced a fumble two plays later which was recovered by defensive end Patrick Michelier, ending the threat with just five seconds left. Cornerback Kenneth Brown had a 21-yard interception return while linebacker Mike Morales had eight tackles to help lead the defense.

Cal Poly (4-5, 1-2) UC Davis (5-4, 4-1)

FIRST QUARTER UC Davis - Chris Carter 15 pass from Greg Denham (Sean Kelley kick), 4:32 SECOND QUARTER UC Davis - Conor Kirkpatrick 34 pass from Greg Denham (Sean Kelley kick), 13:42 UND - Marcus Tibesar 1 pass from Brent Goska (Sean Kelley kick), 9:06 THIRD QUARTER UND - Brandon Hellevang 53 FG, 2:36 UND - Brandon Hellevang 37 FG, 0:27 FOURTH QUARTER UC Davis - Josh Reese 1 run (Sean Kelley kick), 10:53 UC Davis - Chris Carter 8 pass from Greg Denham (Sean Kelley kick), 7:33 UND - Ryan Konrath 21 pass from Jake Landry, 3:37

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FIRST QUARTER CP - Jake Romanelli 42 run (Chris Pinto kick), 11:20 SECOND QUARTER UC Davis - Brad Bispo 22 pass from Greg Denham (Sean Kelley kick), 7:14 SECOND QUARTER CP - Chris Pinto 28 FG, 9:28 THIRD QUARTER UC Davis - Sean Kelley 42 FG, 7:55 UC Davis - Sean Kelley 52 FG, 3:19 FOURTH QUARTER UC Davis - Nick Aprile 4 run (Sean Kelley kick), 9:49 UC Davis - Sean Kelley 35 FG, 2:50 Attendance: 10,289                                      First Downs   Rushes-yds Passing yards              Passes Att-Comp-Int            Total Offense Punt Returns-Yards       Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost                       Penalties-Yards                  

CP 16 42-179 120 12-18-0 299 1-10 6-123 1-(-1) 2-32.0 1-0 3-10

UC Davis 20 29-99 278 21-36-1 377 0-0         3-22 0-0 3-39.7 0-0 9-73

RUSHING - CP: Jake Romanelli,6-62; Jordan Yocum, 15-40; Jon Hall, 6-32; Jono Grayson, 5-31; Harlan Prather, 1-9; Tony Smith, 8-7; David Mahr, 1-(-2). UC Davis: Josh Reese, 5-40; Nick Aprile, 9-38; Joe Trombetta, 9-29; Marquis Nicolis, 1-0; Greg Denham, 2-(-2); Team, 3-(-6). PASSING - CP: Tony Smith, 12-18-0, 120. UC Davis: Greg Denham. 21-36-1-278. RECEIVING - CP: Dominque Johnson, 4-36; Jordan Yocum, 2-36; Jon Hall, 2-17; David Mahr, 2-13; Eric Gardley, 1-12; Jon Grayson, 1-6. UC Davis: Bakari Grant, 4-58; Conor Kirkpatrick, 4-31; Sean Creadick, 288; Chris Carter, 3-26; Luke McDonough, 2-35; Dean Rogers, 2-21; Joe Trombetta, 2-(-3); Brad Bispo, 1-22.

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Attendance: 9,239                                      First Downs   Rushes-yds Passing yards              Passes Att-Comp-Int            Total Offense Punt Returns-Yards       Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost                       Penalties-Yards                  

UND 13 27-126 139 19-37-1 265 1-15 5-86 1-1 7-40.9 2-1 5-37

UC Davis 20 33-94 284 25-37-1 378 3-35        4-91 1-21 6-32.7 1-0 7-50

RUSHING - UND: Brent Goska, 10-77; Mitch Sutton, 8-44; Jake Landry, 8-15; Ismael Bamba, 1-(10). UC Davis: Joe Trombetta, 8-37; Josh Reese, 10-30; Greg Denham, 7-17; Nick Aprile, 7-14; Team, 1-(-4). PASSING - UND: Jake Landry, 13-24-1, 107; Brent Goska, 6-11-0, 32; Mitch Sutton, 0-1-0, 0; Team, 0-1-0. UC Davis: Greg Denham, 25-37-1, 284. RECEIVING - UND: Ryan Konrath, 5-49; Ismael Bamba, 5-44; Chris Anderson, 2-17; Ryan Dressler, 2-11; Mitch Sutton, 2-11; Noah Dombrowski, 1-6; Marcus Tibesar, 1-1; Catlin Solum, 1-0. UCD: Chris Carter, 9-96; Bakari Grant, 5-57; Joe Trombetta, 3-30; Dean Rogers, 3-19; Conor Kirkpatrick, 2-39; Sean Creadick, 1-26; Brad Bispo, 1-11l; Josh Reese, 1-6.

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2009 Game Capsules GAME 11: Sacramento State 31, UC Davis 28

FINAL 2009 FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP SUBDIVISION POLLS

Nov. 21 • Hornet Stadium (Sacramento, Calif.) Brandyn Reed hauled in a 13-yard touchdown pass from McLeod Bethel-Thompson with 20 seconds left in the game, capping a 21-point fourth quarter for Sacramento State, as the host Hornets rallied for a 31-28 win over UC Davis in the 56th annual Causeway Classic in front of 17,127 fans.. Aggie quarterback Greg Denham completed 28 of 39 passes for 307 yards and two touchdowns, posting his third 300-yard game of the season and ninth of his career. Nick Aprile rushed for a pair of scores while receiver Bakari Grant had a 49-yard touchdown reception. Bethel-Thompson, who replaced starter Jason Smith after halftime, finished with 233 passing yards and a pair of scores. Reed hauled in seven passes for 134 yards and two touchdowns. UC Davis took a 28-17 lead after Denham connected with Grant on a 39-yard touchdown. The Hornets began their combeack with Jake Croxdale’s two-yard run with 7 minutes, 36 seconds left. BethelThompson later directed the game-winning drive by completing eight passes to put the Hornets at the Aggies’ 13-yard line with 25 seconds left. He then found Reed in the back, right corner of the end zone with the go-ahead score. UC Davis (6-5) Sacramento State (5-6)

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FIRST QUARTER SAC - Chris Diniz 37 FG, 7:38 SECOND QUARTER UC Davis - Nick Aprile 3 run (Sean Kelley kick), 14:55 UC Davis - Nick Aprile 1 run (Sean Kelley kick), 6:46 THIRD QUARTER SAC - MacLeod Bethel-Thompson 1 run (Chris Diniz kick), 11:49 UC Davis: Chris Carter 9 pass from Greg Denham (Colton Schmidt kick), 4:54 FOURTH QUARTER SAC - Brandyn Reed 39 pass from MacLeod Bethel-Thompson (Chris Diniz kick), 14:53 UC Davis - Bakari Grant 39 pass from Greg Denham (Colton Schmidt kick), 12:17 SAC - Jake Croxdale 2 run (pass failed), 7:36 SAC - Brandyn Reed 13 pass from MacLeod Bethel-Thompson (Jon Krebs pass from MacLeod Bethel-Thompson), 0:20 Attendance: 17,127                                      First Downs   Rushes-yds Passing yards              Passes Att-Comp-Int            Total Offense Punt Returns-Yards       Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost                       Penalties-Yards                  

UC Davis 20 26-84 307 38-29-0 391 1-1 5-65 0-0 6-40.0 1-1 9-79

The Sports Network (media/SID) Team (First-place votes) Record 1. Villanova (101) 14-1 2. Montana 14-1 3. Appalachian State 11-3 4. William & Mary 11-3 5. Richmond 11-2 6. Southern Illinois 11-2 7. New Hampshire 10-3 8. South Carolina State 10-2 9. Elon 9-3 10. Stephen F. Austin 10-3 11. South Dakota State 8-4 12. McNeese State 9-3 13. Eastern Washington 8-4 14. Holy Cross 9-3 15. Prairie View A&M 9-1 16. Jacksonville State 8-3 17. Weber State 7-5 18. Northern Iowa 7-4 19. Eastern Illinois 8-4 20. Penn 8-2 21. Colgate 9-2 22. Liberty 8-3 23. Florida A&M 8-3 24. Lafayette 8-3 25. Texas State 7-4

Points Prev 2,525 2 2,415 3 2,385 5 2,225 6 2,092 4 2,037 1 1,815 10 1,685 7 1,672 9 1,577 12 1,431 11 1,391 8 1,150 13 1,111 17 976 18 931 14 914 15 854 16 736 19 590 21 524 20 482 22 366 23 223 24 155 25

Others receiving votes: James Madison 129, Montana State 112, Delaware 89, Harvard 64, Butler 49, Eastern Kentucky 34, Central Connecticut State 29, UC DAVIS 28, Furman 26, Illinois State 24, Northern Arizona 21, Grambling 11, Youngstown State 8, Norfolk State 7, Stony Brook 4, Alabama A&M 3, Old Dominion 3, Central Arkansas 2, Chattanooga 1.

SAC 20 29-62 284 44-26-0 346 5-33        4-109 0-0 3-41.0 3-1 4-40

RUSHING - UC Davis: Josh Reese, 10-53; Joe Trombetta, 7-24; Nick Aprile, 5-15; Greg Denham, 4-(8). SAC: Jake Croxdale, 15-66; Sam McCowan, 4-18; MacLeod Bethel-Thompson, 5-1; Jason Smith, 3-(-20); Team, 2-(-3). PASSING - UC Davis: Greg Denham 29-38-0, 307. SAC: MacLeod Bethel-Thompson, 19-29-0, 233; Jason Smith, 7-15-0, 51. RECEIVING - UC Davis: Chris Carter, 9-84; Dean Rogers, 6-42.; Sean Creadick, 4-40; Joe Trombetta, 3-25; Bakari Grant, 2-61; Josh Reese, 2-28; Brad Bispo, 2-7; Conor Kirkpatrick, 1-20. SAC: Brandyn Reed, 7-134; John Hendershott, 6-73; Dylan Lane, 6-43; Jake Croxdale, 4-16; Ron Richardson, 2-10; Brian Heath, 1-8.

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2010 Opponents GAME 1: CALIFORNIA GAME INFORMATION Date & Time.....................Sept. 4, 1:00 p.m. PDT Site....................................Berkeley, Calif. Ticket Info.........................(800) GO-BEARS Last Meeting......................9/30/39 (Cal won, 32-14) All-Time Series..................Cal leads, 8-0 GENERAL Location............................Berkeley, Calif. Founded............................1868 Enrollment........................35,843 President ..........................Dr. Robert J. Birgeneau ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT Nickname..........................Golden Bears School Colors....................Blue (282) & Gold (123) Affilation...........................NCAA Div. I FBS Conference........................Pacific-10 Conference Stadium.............................Memorial Stadium (71,799) Athletics Director..............Sandy Barbour Athletics Phone.................(510) 642-0580 MEDIA RELATIONS Football Contact................Kyle McRae Email.................................mcrae@berkeley.edu Office Phone.....................(510) 642-9340 Press Box Phone................(510) 642-3098 or 643-8244 Web Address.....................www.calbears.com FOOTBALL Head Coach.......................Jeff Tedford Alma Mater.......................Fresno State ’83 Office Phone.....................(510) 642-3851 Record at School...............67-35 (8 years) Career Record....................Same Assistant Coaches:.............Ron Gould, Associate Head Coach/RBs .........................................Andy Ludwig, Offensive Coordinator/QBs .........................................Clancy Pendergast, Defensive Coordinator .........................................Kevin Daft, Wide Receivers .........................................Jeff Genyk, Special Teams/Tight Ends .........................................Tosh Lupoi, Defensive Line .........................................Steve Marshall, Offensive Line .........................................Al Simmons, Defensive Backs .........................................Kenwick Thompson, Recruiting Coord./LBs .........................................Taggart McCurdy, Graduate Asst, Defense Starters Returning..............19 (8 off., 7 def., 4 special teams) Starters Lost......................10 (4 off., 6 def., 0 special teams) Letterwinners Ret./Lost......53/20

TOP STATISTICAL RETURNEES Rushing G Shane Vereen, RB 13 Covaughn DeBoskie-Johnson, RB 9 Passing Kevin Riley, QB

G 13

Gain 1000 226

Loss 48 15

Net 952 211

Avg. 5.2 6.8

TD Long 12 61 1 30

Att Cpl 382 209

Int 8

Pct 54.7

Yds 2850

TD Rat 18 128.74

G 13 11

No. 43 26

Yds Avg. 651 15.1 357 13.7

Ast 43 33 26 9 17

Total 112 71 48 37 37

Receiving Marvin Jones, WR Anthony Miller, TE Tackles Mike Mohamed, LB Mychal Kendricks, LB Cameron Jordan, DL Sean Cattouse, DB D.J. Holt, LB

Solo 69 38 22 28 20

INT 3-6 1-68 0-0 1-0 0-0

TD 6 0

Long 43 32

Sacks 2.0-21 1.0-1 6.0-35 0.0-0 0.0-0

TFL 8.0-35 6.0-6 9.5-41 2.0-2 3.5-4

2009 RESULTS (8-5)

2010 SCHEDULE

9/5 MARYLAND 9/12 EASTERN WASHINGTON 9/19 at Minnesota 9/26 at Oregon* 10/3 USC* 10/17 at UCLA* 10/24 WASHINGTON STATE* 10/31 at Arizona State* 11/7 OREGON STATE* 11/14 ARIZONA* 11/21 at Stanford* 12/5 at Washington* 12/23 vs. Utah#

9/4 UC DAVIS 9/11 COLORADO 9/17 at Nevada 9/25 at Arizona* 10/9 UCLA* 10/16 at USC* 10/23 ARIZONA STATE* 10/30 at Oregon State* 11/6 at Washington State* 11/13 OREGON* 11/20 STANFORD* 11/27 WASHINGTON*

* - Pacific-10 Conference game HOME GAMES IN CAPS # - Poinsettia Bowl

Jeff Tedford Head Coach

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Att 183 31

W, 52-13 W, 59-7 W, 35-21 L, 3-42 L, 3-30 W, 45-26 W, 49-17 W, 23-21 L, 14-31 W, 24-16 W, 34-28 L, 10-42 L, 27-37

1:00 12:30 7:00 7:00 TBA 12:30 TBA TBA TBA TBA 12:30 TBA

* - Pacific-10 Conference game HOME GAMES IN CAPS All times Pacific

Mike Mohamed Senior LB

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2010 Opponents GAME 2: PORTLAND STATE GAME INFORMATION Date & Time.....................Sept. 11, 6:00 p.m. PDT Site....................................Portland, Ore. Ticket Info.........................(530) 752-1915 Last Meeting......................10/24/09 (UC Davis won, 34-31) All-Time Series..................PSU leads, 6-4 GENERAL Location............................Portland, Ore. Founded............................1946 Enrollment........................27,972 President ..........................Dr. Wim Wiewel ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT Nickname..........................Vikings School Colors....................Green (350), White & Silver (428) Affilation...........................NCAA Division I FCS Conference........................Big Sky Conference Stadium.............................Hillsboro Stadium (7,825) Athletics Director..............Torre Chisholm Athletics Phone.................(503) 725-4000 MEDIA RELATIONS Football Contact................Mike Lund Email.................................lundm@pdx.edu Office Phone.....................(503) 725-5602 Press Box Phone................TBA Web Address.....................www.GoViks.com FOOTBALL Head Coach.......................Nigel Burton Alma Mater.......................Washington ’99 Office Phone.....................(503) 725-5625 Record at School...............First year Career Record....................Same Assistant Coaches: ............Bob Simmons, Assistant HC/Special Teams .........................................Eric Jackson, Def. Coordinator/Safeties .........................................Bruce Barnum, Offensive Coordinator/QBs .........................................Dave Brown, Run Game Coordinator/WRs .........................................Legi Suiaunoa, Defensive Line .........................................Ahmed Zarrugh, Linebackers .........................................Kevin Emberton, RBs/Recruiting Coord. .........................................Brad Davis, Offensive Line .........................................Steve Cooper, Offensive Asst./Tight Ends .........................................Casey Clifton, Assistant Defensive Line Starters Returning..............14 (6 off., 5 def., 3 special teams) Starters Lost......................10 Letterwinners Ret./Lost......48/22

TOP STATISTICAL RETURNEES Rushing Connor Kavanaugh, QB Ben Bowen, FB Passing Drew Hubel, QB

Att 72 64 G 8

Receiving Raymond Fry, WR Keitrell Anderson, WR Tackles Ryan Rau, LB Mike Williams, CB DeShawn Shead, CB Jaycob Shoemaker, LB Travis Beckley, DE

Gain 477 286

Loss 87 11

Net 390 275

Avg. 5.4 4.3

TD Long 3 36 1 42

Int 12

Pct 55.6

Yds 1976

TD Rat 9 127.48

G 11 7

No. 67 6

Yds Avg. 904 13.5 101 16.8

Ast 38 20 17 26 16

Total 72 49 45 39 29

Att Cpl 239 133

Solo 34 29 28 13 13

INT 0-0 1-0 3-49 0-0 0-0

TD 3 1

2010 SCHEDULE

9/5 at Oregon State 9/12 SOUTHERN OREGON 9/19 at Montana* 9/26 WEBER STATE* 10/3 SACRAMENTO STATE* 10/10 at Northern Colorado* 10/17 NORTHERN ARIZONA* 10/24 UC DAVIS* 10/31 at Eastern Washington* 11/7 MONTANA STATE* 11/14 at Idaho State*

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

* - Big Sky Conference game HOME GAMES IN CAPS

L, 7-34 W, 34-10 L, 17-49 L, 29-36 L, 14-31 W, 23-18 L, 23-44 L, 31-34 L, 10-47 L, 10-28 L, 34-41

Long 56 40

Sacks TFL 4.0-26 10.0-38 1.0-6 1.0-6 0.0-0 1.0-4 0.0-0 0.0-0 3.0-11 6.0-16

2009 RESULTS (2-9)

Nigel Burton Head Coach

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7:00 6:00 TBA 5:05 12:35 5:05 2:00 5:05 2:05 1:05 2:05

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Zach Brown Sophomore K

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2010 Opponents GAME 3: SAN DIEGO GAME INFORMATION Date & Time.....................Sept. 18, 6:05 p.m. PDT Site....................................San Diego, Calif. Ticket Info.........................(619) 260-7550 Last Meeting......................11/22/08 (USD won, 28-20) All-Time Series..................UC Davis leads, 2-1 GENERAL Location............................San Diego, Calif. Founded............................1949 Enrollment........................7,800 President ..........................Dr. Mary E. Lyons ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT Nickname..........................Torero School Colors....................Torero Blue, Navy & White Affilation...........................NCAA Division I FCS Conference........................Pioneer Football League Stadium.............................Torero Stadium (7,000) Athletics Director..............Ky Snyder Athletics Phone.................(619) 260-2930 MEDIA RELATIONS Football Contact................Ted Gosen Email.................................tgosen@sandiego.edu Office Phone.....................(619) 260-4745 Press Box Phone................(619) 767-3988 Web Address.....................www.usdtoreros.com FOOTBALL Head Coach.......................Ron Caragher Alma Mater.......................UCLA ’90 Office Phone.....................(619) 260-4740 Record at School...............22-9 (3 years) Career Record....................Same Assistant Coaches: ............Sam Anno, Special Teams/Defensive Line .........................................Keith Carter, Offensive Line .........................................Tanner Engstrand, QBs/Pass Game Coord. .........................................Gabe Franklin, Cornerbacks .........................................Jerome Pathon, Wide Receivers .........................................Mike Rish, Senior Offensive Assistant .........................................Andrew Rolin, Running Backs .........................................Joe Staab, Safeties/Recruiting Coordinator .........................................Jom Sumrall, Defensive Coordinator/LBs .........................................Dorian Keller, Offensive Assistant Starters Returning..............12 (5 off., 6 def., 1 special teams) Starters Lost......................10 (6 off., 5 def., 1 special teams) Letterwinners Ret./Lost......42/16

TOP STATISTICAL RETURNEES Rushing Matt Jelmini, RB Phil Morelli, RB Passing Sam Scudellari, QB

Att 63 52 G 6

Receiving John McGough, WR Godfrey Smith, WR Tackles Loka Kanongataa, LB Al-Rilwan Adeyemi, DB Paul Tremblay, DL Joe Martin, LB Mario Kurn, DE

Gain 309 196

Loss 8 7

Net 301 189

Avg. 4.8 3.6

TD Long 2 36 0 38

Int 0

Pct 57.3

Yds 1004

TD Rat 8 151.9

G 11 11

No. 49 27

Yds Avg. 680 13.9 302 11.2

Ast 32 10 28 21 19

Total 64 41 40 39 33

Att Cpl 117 67

Solo 32 31 12 18 14

INT 0-0 2-29 0-0 1-38 0-0

TD 6 2

2010 SCHEDULE

9/5 at Azusa Pacific 9/12 at Northern Colorado 9/19 MARIST* 10/3 at Butler* 10/10 at Valparaiso* 10/17 DRAKE* 10/24 JACKSONVILLE* 10/31 at Dayton* 11/7 DAVIDSON* 11/14 at Morehead State* 11/21 SOUTHERN UTAH

9/4 AZUSA PACIFIC 9/11 at Southern Utah 9/18 UC DAVIS 9/25 BUTLER* 10/2 at Jacksonville* 10/9 DAYTON 10/16 at Marist* 10/23 VALPARAISO* 10/30 at Drake* 11/6 MOREHEAD STATE* 11/13 at Davidson*

* - Pioneer Football League game HOME GAMES IN CAPS

W, 24-12 L, 12-31 W, 17-10 L, 24-25 W, 48-7 L, 14-21 L, 16-34 L, 27-34 L, 27-34 W, 13-7 L, 32-37

Long 59 42

Sacks TFL 3.0-21 12.0-44 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-7 5.5-24 8.0-31 2.0-13 4.0-21 10.0-38

2009 RESULTS (4-7)

Ron Caragher Head Coach

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6:00 6:00 6:05 6:00 9:00 a.m. 2:00 9:00 a.m. 2:00 11:00 a.m. 1:00 10:00 a.m.

* - Pioneer Football League game HOME GAMES IN CAPS All times Pacific

Al-Rilwan Adeyemi Junior DB

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2010 Opponents GAME 4: WEBER STATE GAME INFORMATION Date & Time.....................Sept. 25, 5:00 p.m. PDT Site....................................Ogden, Utah Ticket Info.........................(801) 626-8500 Last Meeting......................9/18/04 (UC Davis won, 31-29) All-Time Series..................UC Davis leads, 1-0 GENERAL Location............................Ogden, Utah Founded............................1889 (four-year in 1962) Enrollment........................23,200 President ..........................Dr. Ann Millner ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT Nickname..........................Wildcats School Colors....................Royal Purple & White Affilation...........................NCAA Division I FCS Conference........................Big Sky Conference Stadium.............................Stewart Stadium (17,500) Athletics Director..............Jerry Bovee Athletics Phone.................(801) 626-6817 MEDIA RELATIONS Football Contact................Brad Larsen Email.................................blarsen3@weber.edu Office Phone.....................(801) 626-6010 Press Box Phone................TBA Web Address.....................www.weberstatesports.com FOOTBALL Head Coach.......................Ron McBride Alma Mater.......................San Jose State ’63 Office Phone.....................(801) 626-6928 Record at School...............32-27 (5 years) Career Record....................120-90 (18 years) Assistant Coaches: ............Matt Hammer, Assistant HC/OC/WRs .........................................Jake Cookus, Co-DC/Safeties/Special Teams .........................................Colton Swan, Co-DC/Linebackers .........................................Kamaal Ahmad, Fullbacks/Recruiting .........................................Jason Beck, Quarterbacks .........................................Andrew Dyson, Cornerbacks .........................................Jason Kafusi, Defensive Line .........................................Tom Stackaruk, Tight Ends/Video Coord. .........................................Cecil Thomas, Offensive Line .........................................Brian Zeches, Running Backs Starters Returning..............11 (6 off., 5 def., 0 special teams) Starters Lost......................11 Letterwinners Ret./Lost......34/23

TOP STATISTICAL RETURNEES Rushing Bo Bolen, RB Vaingamalie Tafuna, FB Passing Cameron Higgins, QB

Att 88 5 G 12

Receiving Joe Collins, WR Mike Phillips, WR Tackles Taylor Sedillo, MLB Jordan Brown, S Nick Webb, ROV Sam Fenn, DE Adam Sagapolutele-White, NT

Gain 464 42

Loss 22 0

Net 442 42

Avg. 5.0 8.4

TD Long 3 35 0 15

Int 20

Pct 63.7

Yds 3326

TD Rat 30 138.19

G 12 11

No. 48 39

Yds Avg. 455 9.5 704 18.1

Ast 66 52 25 11 19

Total 100 97 58 27 23

Att Cpl 454 289

Solo 34 45 33 16 4

INT 1-23 3-65 1-2 0-0 0-0

TD 4 6

Long 45 80

Sacks 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.5-10 1.0-6

TFL 5.5-17 0.5-2 4.0-15 4.0-14 3.5-13

2009 RESULTS (7-5)

2010 SCHEDULE

9/5 at Wyoming 9/12 at Colorado State 9/19 IDAHO STATE* 9/26 at Portland State* 10/3 MONTANA STATE* 10/10 at Eastern Washington* 10/17 SACRAMENTO STATE* 10/24 at Northern Colorado* 10/31 at Montana* 11/14 NORTHERN ARIZONA* 11/21 CAL POLY 11/28 at William & Mary

9/4 at Boston College 10:00 a.m. 9/11 NORTHERN COLORADO* 5:00 9/18 at Sacramento State* 6:00 9/25 UC DAVIS 5:00 10/2 EASTERN WASHINGTON* 12:30 10/16 at Idaho State* 2:30 10/23 PORTLAND STATE* 2:00 10/30 MONTANA* 12:00 11/6 at Montana State* 11:00 a.m. 11/13 at Northern Arizona* 2:00 11/20 at Texas Tech TBA

* - Big Sky Conference game HOME GAMES IN CAPS # - NCAA Div. I FCS Playoffs

Ron McBride Head Coach

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G 12 8

L, 22-29 L, 23-24 W, 44-17 W, 36-29 L, 21-26 W, 31-13 W, 49-10 W, 28-20 L, 10-31 W, 27-9 W, 47-14 L, 0-38

* - Big Sky Conference game HOME GAMES IN CAPS All times Pacific

Cameron Higgins Senior QB

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2010 Opponents GAME 5: SAN JOSE STATE GAME INFORMATION Date & Time.....................Oct. 2, 5:00 p.m. PDT Site....................................San Jose, Calif. Ticket Info.........................(877) SJSUTIX or (408) 924-7589 Last Meeting......................8/30/08 (SJSU won, 13-10) All-Time Series..................SJSU leads, 4-3-2 GENERAL Location............................San Jose, Calif. Founded............................1857 Enrollment........................31,280 President ..........................Don W. Kassing (interim) ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT Nickname..........................Spartans School Colors....................Gold, White & Blue Affilation...........................NCAA Division I FBS Conference........................Western Athletic Conference Stadium.............................Spartan Stadium (30,456) Athletics Director..............Tom Bowen Athletics Phone.................(408) 924-1200 MEDIA RELATIONS Football Contact................Lawrence Fan Email.................................ltfan@email.sjsu.edu Office Phone.....................(408) 924-1217 Press Box Phone................TBA Web Address.....................www.sjsuspartans.com FOOTBALL Head Coach.......................Mike MacIntyre Alma Mater.......................Georgia Tech ’89 Office Phone.....................(408) 924-1266 Record at School...............First year Career Record....................Same Assistant Coaches: ............Ken Baer, Defensive Coordinator/LBs .........................................Gary Bernardi, Offensive Line .........................................Brent Brennan, Wide Receivers .........................................Charles Clark, Defensive Backs .........................................John DeFilippo, Quarterbacks .........................................Kinji Green, Cornerbacks .........................................Tim Landis, Offensive Coordinator/TEs .........................................Tery Malley, RBs/Recruiting Coordinator .........................................Bryant Young, Defensive Line .........................................Bryan McGinnis, Graduate Asst./Offense .........................................Vavae Tata, Graduate Assistant/Defense Starters Returning..............15 (9 off., 6 def., 0 special teams) Starters Lost......................11 (4 off., 5 def., 2 special teams) Letterwinners Ret./Lost......38/29

TOP STATISTICAL RETURNEES Rushing Lamon Muldrow, RB Josh Harrison, WR Passing Jordan La Secla, QB

Att 131 6 G 12

Receiving Jalal Beauchman, WR Josh Harrison, WR Tackles Duke Ihenacho, S Pompey Festejo, LB Tiuke Tuipulotu, LB Manu Ngatikaura, S Devin Newsome, DB

Gain 634 66

Loss 42 5

Net 592 61

Avg. 4.5 10.2

TD Long 3 71 0 39

Int 11

Pct 59.9

Yds 1926

TD Rat 10 116.71

G 12 12

No. 35 35

Yds Avg. 378 10.8 296 8.5

Ast 42 46 22 16 10

Total 89 83 52 43 35

Att Cpl 304 182

Solo 47 37 30 27 25

INT 1-18 0-0 1-30 0-0 0-0

TD 4 2

Long 57 59

Sacks 0.0-0 2.0-15 1.0-4 0.0-0 0.0-0

TFL 2.5-4 8.0-41 3.5-9 0.0-0 2.5-17

2009 RESULTS (2-10)

2010 SCHEDULE

9/5 at USC 9/12 UTAH 9/19 at Stanford 9/26 CAL POLY 10/10 IDAHO* 10/17 at Fresno State* 10/31 at Boise State* 11/8 NEVADA* 11/14 at Utah State* 11/21 HAWAI’I* 11/29 NEW MEXICO STATE 12/5 at Lousiana Tech*

9/4 at Alabama 9/11 at Wisconsin 9/18 SOUTHERN UTAH 9/25 at Utah 10/2 UC DAVIS 10/9 at Nevada* 10/16 BOISE STATE* 10/23 FRESNO STATE* 10/30 at New Mexico State* 11/13 UTAH STATE* 11/20 at Hawai’i* 11/27 LOUISIANA TECH* 12/4 at Idaho*

L, 3-56 L, 14-24 L, 17-42 W, 19-9 L, 25-29 L, 21-41 L, 7-45 L, 7-62 L, 9-24 L(ot), 10-17 W, 13-10 L, 20-55

* - Western Athletic Conference game HOME GAMES IN CAPS

Mike MacIntyre Head Coach

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G 12 12

6:00 11:00 a.m. 5:00 6:00 5:00 1:05 5:00 5:00 2:00 5:00 5:30 5:00 2:00

* - Western Athletic Conference game HOME GAMES IN CAPS All times Pacific

Duke Ihenacho Senior S

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2010 Opponents GAME 6: SOUTH DAKOTA GAME INFORMATION Date & Time.....................Oct. 9, 6:00 PDT Site....................................Davis, Calif. Ticket Info.........................(530) 752-1915 Last Meeting......................10/31/09 (SUU won, 56-35) All-Time Series..................UC Davis leads, 10-4 GENERAL Location............................Vermillion, S.D. Founded............................1862 Enrollment........................9,617 President ..........................James W. Abbott ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT Nickname..........................Coyotes (“kie-YOTES”) School Colors....................Red & White Affilation...........................NCAA Div. I FCS Conference........................Great West Conference Stadium.............................DakotaDome (10,000) Athletics Director..............David Herbster (interim) Athletics Phone.................(605) 677-5309 MEDIA RELATIONS Football Contact................Amil Anderson Email.................................amil.anderson@usd.edu Office Phone.....................(605) 677-5927 Press Box Phone................(605) 677-5761 Web Address.....................www.usdcoyotes.com FOOTBALL Head Coach.......................Ed Meierkort Alma Mater.......................Dakota Wesleyan ‘82 Office Phone.....................(605) 677-6164 Record at School...............44-23 (6 years) Career Record....................99-78 (17 years) Assistant Coaches..............Wesley Beschorner, Offensive Coord. .........................................Chuck Morrell, Def. Coord./Secondary .........................................Tony Spencer, Offensive Line/Recruiting .........................................Adam Breske, Linebackers .........................................Tim Triplett, Wide Receivers .........................................B.J. Campbell, Grad. Asst./Linebackers .........................................Colin Prosser, Grad. Asst./Tight Ends .........................................Nick Benedetto, Grad. Asst./Def. Backs Starters Returning..............13 (6 off., 5 def., 2 special teams) Starters Lost......................12 (5 off., 6 def., 1 special teams) Letterwinners Ret./Lost......43/21

TOP STATISTICAL RETURNEES Rushing Chris Ganious, RB Marcus Sims, RB Passing Dante Warren, QB

Att 148 17 G 9

Receiving Tom Flanagan, WR Dustin Nowotny, WR Tackles Adam Broders, LB Shea Williams, LB Shane Potter, DB Jim Thompson, DB Dion Price, DB

Gain 869 70

Loss 41 4

Net 828 66

Avg. 5.6 3.9

TD Long 4 45 1 13

Att Cpl 15 12

Int 0

Pct 80.0

Yds 127

TD Rat 0 151.12

G 9 10

No. 45 31

Yds Avg. 530 11.8 337 10.9

Ast 47 27 31 24 7

Total 78 67 67 59 20

Solo 31 40 36 35 13

INT 0-0 0-0 2-24 2-0 0-0

TD 4 2

Long 52 35

Sacks 1.5-8 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

TFL 5.5-17 0.5-1 2.5-4 0.0-0 0.0-0

2009 RESULTS (5-5)

2010 SCHEDULE

9/3 WILLIAM PENN 9/12 at Northern Iowa 9/19 DRAKE 9/26 SE LOUISIANA 10/3 at North Dakota* 10/10 UC DAVIS* 10/17 at Montana State 10/31 at Northern Colorado 11/7 SOUTHERN UTAH* 11/14 at Cal Poly*

9/4 at Central Florida 9/11 at Minnesota 9/18 NW OKLAHOMA STATE 9/25 at North Dakota State 10/2 NORTH DAKOTA* 10/9 at UC Davis* 10/16 NORTHERN IOWA* 10/23 at Southern Utah* 10/30 NORTHERN COLORADO 11/6 CAL POLY* 11/13 at Lamar

* - Great West Conference game HOME GAMES IN CAPS All times Pacific

Ed Meierkort Head Coach

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W, 52-0 L, 7-66 W, 51-21 W, 44-13 L, 12-27 L(ot), 23-24 L(ot), 24-31 L, 17-21 W, 45-21 W, 50-48

3:00 9:00 a.m. 2:05 p.m. 4:00 12:00 6:00 4:05 12:00 2:05 2:05 4:00

* - Great West Conference game HOME GAMES IN CAPS All times Pacific

Chris Ganious Junior RB

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2010 Opponents GAME 7: SOUTH ALABAMA GAME INFORMATION Date & Time.....................Oct. 23, 2:00 p.m. PDT Site....................................Davis, Calif.. Ticket Info.........................(530) 752-1915 Last Meeting......................First meeting All-Time Series..................First meeting GENERAL Location............................Mobile, Ala. Founded............................1963 Enrollment........................14,757 President ..........................V. Gordon Moulton ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT Nickname..........................Jaguars School Colors....................Blue, Red & White Affilation...........................NCAA Division I FBS Reclassifying Conference........................Independent Stadium.............................Ladd-Peebles Stadium (38,888) Athletics Director..............Joel Erdmann Athletics Phone.................(251) 460-7121 MEDIA RELATIONS Football Contact................Brian Fremund Email.................................bfremund@usouthal.edu Office Phone.....................(251) 414-8032 Press Box Phone................(251) 208-2677 Web Address.....................www.usajaguars.com

TOP STATISTICAL RETURNEES Rushing Brandon Ross, RB Santuan McGee, RB Passing Myles Gibbon, QB

Att 75 49 G 6

Receiving Courtney Smith, WR Lamontis Gardner, WR Tackles Justin Dunn, LB Charlie Higgenbotham, LB Clifton Crews, LB Enrique Williams, LB Bryson James, LB

Gain 597 357

Loss 3 7

Net 594 350

Avg. 7.9 7.1

TD Long 13 60 4 34

Att Cpl 51 29

Int 2

Pct 56.9

Yds 538

TD Rat 6 176.45

G 7 7

No. 20 6

Yds Avg. 473 23.6 152 25.3

Ast 19 14 13 9 13

Total 40 26 24 24 23

Solo 21 12 11 15 10

INT 0.0 0-0 1-49 0-0 0-0

TD 5 0

Long 73 40

Sacks 2.0-7 0.5-2 3.5-22 1.0-8 1.0-11

TFL 7.5-14 3.0-11 7.0-32 2.5-11 2.0-14

2009 RESULTS (7-0)

2010 SCHEDULE

9/5 Hargrave Military Academy W, 30-13 9/26 Army Prep W, 56-0 10/10 Georgia Military JC W, 31-3 10/17 Louisburg JC W, 41-7 10/31 Fork Union Military Academy W, 64-6 11/7 Milford Academy W, 64-12 11/12 Huntington College W, 35-0

9/4 PIKEVILLE 9/18 NICHOLLS STATE 9/25 vs. Edward Waters 10/2 KENTUCKY WESLEYAN 10/9 MISSOURI S&T 10/16 at Lamar 10/23 at UC Davis 10/30 GEORGIA STATE 11/6 HENDERSON STATE 11/11 ARKANSAS-MONTICELLO

HOME GAMES IN CAPS

2:00 2:00 1:00 2:00 2:00 5:00 2:00 2:00 2:00 4:00

HOME GAMES IN CAPS All times Pacific

FOOTBALL Head Coach.......................Joey Jones Alma Mater.......................Alabama ’89 Office Phone.....................(251) 414-4004 Record at School...............11-13/ 2 years Career Record....................Same Assistant Coaches..............Bill Clark, Assistant HC/Def. Coordinator .........................................Ron Antoine, Wide Receivers .........................................Kurt Crain, Linebackers .........................................Chuck Dunn, Outside Linebackers .........................................Greg Gregory, Offensive Coordinator/QBs .........................................Tommy Perry, Special Teams/RBs .........................................Mitch Rodrigue, Offensive Tackles/TEs .........................................Brian Turner, Recruiting Coordinator/DL .........................................John Turner, Offensive Guards/Centers .........................................Duwan Walker, Defensive Backs Starters Returning..............22 (10 off., 10 def., 2 special teams) Starters Lost......................2 Letterwinners Ret./Lost......46/8 Joey Jones Head Coach

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Courtney Smith Senior WR

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2010 Opponents GAME 8: SOUTHERN UTAH GAME INFORMATION Date & Time.....................Oct. 30, 4:00 p.m. PDT Site....................................Davis, Calif.. Ticket Info.........................(530) 752-1915 Last Meeting......................10/31/09 (Southern Utah won, 56-35) All-Time Series..................UC Davis leads, 10-4 GENERAL Location............................Cedar City, Utah Founded............................1946 Enrollment........................7,529 President ..........................Dr. Michael T. Benson ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT Nickname..........................Thunderbirds School Colors....................Scarlet & White Affilation...........................NCAA Division I FCS Conference........................Great West Stadium.............................Eccles Coliseum (8,500) Athletics Director..............Ken Beazer Athletics Phone.................(435) 865-8354 MEDIA RELATIONS Football Contact................Neil Gardner Email.................................gardner@suu.edu Office Phone.....................(435) 586-7753 Press Box Phone................(435) 586-5447 Web Address.....................www.suutbirds.com FOOTBALL Head Coach.......................Ed Lamb Alma Mater.......................BYU ’96 Office Phone.....................Contact SID Record at School...............11-13/ 2 years Career Record....................Same Assistant Coaches: ............Steve Clark, Offensive Coordinator .........................................Justin Ena, Def. Coordinator/Linebackers .........................................Paul Peterson, QB, Receivers/Recruiting .........................................Demario Warren, Defensive Secondary .........................................Ryan Hunt, Defensive Line .........................................Teag Whiting, Offensive Line .........................................Blaine Monkres, Running Backs/Tight Ends .........................................Aaron Fernandez, Grad. Assistant .........................................Ronnie Pentz, Grad. Assistant .........................................Dan Bennion, Strength & Conditioning Starters Returning..............15 (7 off., 7 def., 1 special teams) Starters Lost......................11 Letterwinners Ret./Lost......39/17

TOP STATISTICAL RETURNEES Rushing Austin Minefee, RB Major Gray, RB Passing None

Att 99 121 G

Receiving Tysson Poots, WR Fesi Sitake, WR Tackles Colin Pretlow, CB Erron Vonner, CB Akeem Anifowoshe, CB Dion Turner, CB Drew Willard, OLB

Gain 566 518

Loss 22 28

Net 544 490

Avg. 5.5 4.0

Att Cpl

Int

Pct

Yds

Solo 58 38 35 40 32

G 9 11

No. Yds Avg. 65 1081 12.7 79 848 10.7

Ast 25 30 33 21 28

Total 83 68 68 61 60

INT 4-96 1-12 0 1-21 1-0

TD Long 1 46 7 21 TD

Long 65 50

Sacks 0 0 0 0 1.5-9

TFL 3.5-7 1.5-4 2.5-8 1.0-6 3.5-11

2010 SCHEDULE

9/3 DIXIE STATE 9/12 at San Diego State 9/19 at Northern Arizona 9/26 at Utah State 10/3 TEXAS STATE 10/17 at Cal Poly* 10/24 NORTH DAKOTA* 10/31 UC DAVIS* 11/7 at South Dakota* 11/14 EASTERN WASHINGTON 11/21 at San Diego

9/4 at Wyoming 9/11 SAN DIEGO 9/18 at San Jose State 9/25 at Texas State 10/2 NORTHERN ARIZONA 10/9 at North Dakota* 10/16 CAL POLY* 10/23 SOUTH DAKOTA* 10/30 at UC Davis* 11/6 DIXIE STATE 11/13 at Eastern Washington

* - Great West Conference game HOME GAMES IN CAPS

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2009 RESULTS (5-8)

Ed Lamb Head Coach

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Tysson Poots Senior WR

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2010 Opponents GAME 9: NORTH DAKOTA GAME INFORMATION Date & Time.....................Nov. 6, 10:00 a.m. PDT Site....................................Grand Forks, N.D. Ticket Info.........................(701) 777-0855 Last Meeting......................10/24/09 (UC Davis won, 34-31) All-Time Series..................UC Davis leads, 2-1 GENERAL Location............................Grand Forks, N.D. Founded............................1883 Enrollment........................12,748 President ..........................Dr. Robert Kelley ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT Nickname..........................Fighting Sioux School Colors....................Kelly Green & White Affilation...........................NCAA Division I FCS Conference........................Great West Stadium.............................Alerus Center (12,283) Athletics Director..............Brian Faison Athletics Phone.................(701) 777-2234 MEDIA RELATIONS Football Contact................Christy Kramer Email.................................christykramer@mail.und.nodak.edu Office Phone.....................(701) 777-4210 Press Box Phone................(701) 792-1501/1502 Web Address.....................www.GoViks.com FOOTBALL Head Coach.......................Chris Mussman Alma Mater.......................Iowa State ‘90 Office Phone.....................(701) 777-4191 Record at School...............12-9/1 year Career Record....................Same Assistant Coaches: ............Mike Mannausau, Asst. HC/Co-Def. Coord. .........................................John Kellin, Co-Def. Coord., Secondary .........................................Greg Breitbach, Offensive Coordinator .........................................Tim Belmore, Wide Receivers/Recruiting .........................................Rod Carey, Offensive Line .........................................Josh Kotelnicki, Special Teams, Inside LB’s .........................................Jace Schillinger, Running Backs .........................................Mike Kubes, Tight Ends Starters Returning..............15 (6 off., 9 def., 0 special teams) Starters Lost......................9 Letterwinners Ret./Lost......32/18

TOP STATISTICAL RETURNEES Rushing Mitch Sutton, RB Jake Landry, QB Passing Jake Landry

Att 149 85 G 11

Gain 704 359

Tackles Dominque Hawkins, DB Curtis Dublanko, LB Joel Schwenzfier, DB Kris Ankenbauer Ross Cochran, LB

Loss 15 142

Net 689 217

Avg. 4.6 2.6

TD Long 6 47 2 28

Int 9

Pct 59.1

Yds 1968

TD Rat 12 178.9

G 11 11

No. 27 23

Yds Avg. 280 10.4 150 6.5

Ast 19 12 16 13 12

Total 61 59 59 56 33

Att Cpl 178 301

Receiving Mitch Sutton, RB Ryan Dressler, WR Solo 42 47 43 43 21

INT 2-47 1-16 5-52 0 0

TD 1 1

Long 51 17

Sacks 0 2.0-16 0 0 1.0-0

TFL 3.5-10 6.5-23 8.0-17 1.0-1 4.5-21

2009 RESULTS (6-5)

2010 SCHEDULE

9/5 at Texas Tech 9/19 at Northwestern State 9/26 at Stephen F. Austin 10/3 SOUTH DAKOTA* 10/10 STONY BROOK 10/17 SIOUX FALLS 10/24 at Southern Utah* 10/31 CAL POLY* 11/7 SOUTHERN OREGON 11/14 at UC Davis* 11/28 at Central Arkansas

9/2 at Idaho 9/11 at Northern Illinois 9/18 NORTHEASTERN STATE 9/25 NORTHWESTERN STATE 10/2 at South Dakota* 10/9 SOUTHERN UTAH* 10/23 at Cal Poly* 10/30 LAMAR 11/6 UC DAVIS* 11/13 at Montana 11/20 at South Dakota State

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L,13-38 W,27-20 L,31-65 W,27-12 W,31-24 L,13-28 L,10-25 W,31-17 W,30-24 L,20-28 W,17-16

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2010 Opponents GAME 10: CAL POLY GAME INFORMATION Date & Time.....................Nov. 13, 6:05 p.m. PDT Site....................................San Luis Obispo, Calif. Ticket Info.........................(805) 756-5806 Last Meeting......................11/7/09 (UC Davis won 23-10) All-Time Series..................UC Davis leads, 17-16-2 GENERAL Location............................San Luis Obispo, Calif. Founded............................1901 Enrollment........................19,325 Interim President . ............Robert Glidden ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT Nickname..........................Mustangs School Colors....................Forest Green & Gold Affilation...........................NCAA Division I FCS Conference........................Great West Stadium.............................Alex G. Spanos Stadium (11,075) Athletics Director..............Alison E. Cone Athletics Phone.................(805) 756-2924 MEDIA RELATIONS Football Contact................Eric Burdick Email.................................eburdick@calpoly.edu Office Phone.....................(805) 756-6550 Press Box Phone................(805) 756-3427 Web Address.....................www.GoPoly.com FOOTBALL Head Coach.......................Tim Walsh Alma Mater.......................UC Riverside ‘77 Office Phone.....................Contact SID Record at School...............4-7/1 year Career Record....................121-89/19 years Assistant Coaches: ............Bryan Cook, Co-Offensive Coord., QBs .........................................Saga Tuitele, Co-Offensive Coord., OL .........................................Aristotle Thompson, Running backs .........................................Juston Wood, Wide Receivers .........................................Greg Lupfer, Defensive Coordinator, DBs .........................................Jamar Cain, Defensive Line .........................................Josh Brown, Inside Linebackers .........................................Matt Crivello, Offensive Assistant, OL .........................................Pat Johnson, Defensive Assistant, DBs .........................................Steve Cox, Defensive Assistant, OLB .........................................Jason Cox, Volunteer Assistant, OL Starters Returning..............23 (11 off., 8 def., 4 special teams) Starters Lost......................6 Letterwinners Ret./Lost......59/16

TOP STATISTICAL RETURNEES Rushing Jake Romanelli, FB Jordan Yocum, FB Passing Tony Smith, QB

Att 107 115 G 11

Receiving Dominique Johnson, WR David Mahr, SB Tackles Marty Mohamed, LB Kenny Jackson, LB Asa Jackson, CB Bijon Samoodi, CB Scottie Cordier, CB

Gain 497 466

Loss 5 7

Net 492 459

Avg. 4.6 4.0

TD Long 2 42 1 21

Int 8

Pct 51.1

Yds 1618

TD Rat 15 147.1

G 10 11

No. 43 19

Yds Avg. 741 17.2 194 10.2

Ast 42 35 17 16 13

Total 93 58 48 44 38

Att Cpl 112 219

Solo 51 23 31 28 25

INT 0 1-22 2-47 1-0 4-69

TD 6 1

Long 73 29

Sacks 3.0-23 0 0 0 0

TFL 8.5-33 4.5-8 3.0-7 2.0-2 1.0-3

2009 RESULTS (4-7)

2010 SCHEDULE

9/12 SACRAMENTO STATE 9/19 at Ohio 9/26 at San Jose State 10/3 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE 10/10 at Montana 10/17 SOUTHERN UTAH* 10/24 DIXIE STATE 10/31 at North Dakota* 11/7 at UC Davis* 11/14 SOUTH DAKOTA* 11/21 at Weber State

9/4 HUMBOLDT STATE 9/11 MONTANA 9/18 at Texas State 9/25 at McNeese State 10/2 at Fresno State 10/9 at Old Dominion 10/16 at Southern Utah* 10/23 NORTH DAKOTA* 10/30 ST. FRANCIS (PA) 11/6 at South Dakota* 11/13 UC DAVIS*

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W,38-19 L,10-28 L,9-19 W,21-14 L,23-35 W,24-23 W,44-14 L,17-31 L,10-23 L,48-50 L,14-47

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2010 Opponents GAME 11: SACRAMENTO STATE GAME INFORMATION Date & Time.....................Nov. 20, 4 p.m. PDT Site....................................Davis, Calif. Ticket Info.........................(530) 752-1915 Last Meeting......................11/21/09 (Sac State won, 31-28) All-Time Series..................UC Davis leads, 39-18 GENERAL Location............................Sacramento, Calif. Founded............................1947 Enrollment........................29,362 President ..........................Dr. Alexander Gonzalez ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT Nickname..........................Hornets School Colors....................Green & Gold Affilation...........................NCAA Division I FCS Conference........................Big Sky Stadium.............................Hornet Stadium (21,295) Athletics Director..............Dr. Terry Wanless Athletics Phone.................(916) 278-6348 MEDIA RELATIONS Football Contact................Brian Berger Email.................................bwberger@csus.edu Office Phone.....................(916) 278-4313 Press Box Phone................(916) 278-5995 Web Address.....................www.hornetsports.com FOOTBALL Head Coach.......................Marshall Sperbeck Alma Mater.......................Nevada ‘84 Office Phone.....................Contact SID Record at School...............14-20/3 years Career Record....................123-73/18 years Assistant Coaches: ............Anthony Parker, Defensive Coordinator .........................................Klayton Adams, Offensive Line .........................................Lou Baiz, Linebacjkers .........................................Robby Case, Tight Ends .........................................Daniel DaPrato, Receivers/Special Teams .........................................Aaron Ingram, Running Backs .........................................Jon Osterhout, Defensive Line .........................................Steve Roberson, Defensive Backs .........................................Greg Sasser, Defensive Assistant .........................................Adam Herald, Offensive Assistant Starters Returning..............13 (5 off., 6 def., 2 special teams) Starters Lost......................9 Letterwinners Ret./Lost......42/24

TOP STATISTICAL RETURNEES Rushing Sam McCowan, RB Jake Croxdale, RB Passing McLeod Bethel-Thompson, QB

Att 83 55 G 10

Receiving Brandyn Reed, WR Dylan Lane, WR Tackles Zach Schrader, DB Peter Buck, LB Deionte Gordon, DB Christian Clark, DL Zach Nash, DL

Gain 365 213

Loss 21 14

Net 344 199

Avg. 4.1 3.6

TD Long 4 37 3 28

Att Cpl 64 110

Int 5

Pct 58.2

Yds 746

TD Rat 4 118.1

G 10 11

No. 46 40

Yds Avg. 731 15.9 409 10.2

Ast 53 71 29 17 17

Total 103 80 68 44 34

Solo 50 39 39 27 17

INT 4-78 0 1-0 0 0

TD 7 3

2010 SCHEDULE

9/5 at UNLV 9/12 at Cal Poly 9/26 EASTERN WASHINGTON* 10/3 at Portland State8 10/10 IDAHO STATE* 10/17 at Weber State* 10/24 MONTANA* 10/31 NORTHERN ARIZONA* 11/7 at Northern Colorado* 11/14 at Montana State* 11/21 UC DAVIS

9/4 at Stanford 9/11 WESTERN OREGON 9/18 WEBER STATE* 9/25 at Montana* 10/2 MONTANA STATE* 10/9 NORTHERN COLORADO* 10/23 at Eastern Washington* 10/30 at Northern Arizona* 11/6 PORTLAND STATE* 11/13 at Idaho State* 11/20 at UC Davis

* - Big Sky Conference game HOME GAMES IN CAPS

L,3-38 L,19-38 L,30-56 W,31-14 W,38-17 L,10-49 L,30-45 W,27-24 W,38-35 L,17-27 W,31-28

Long 48 54

Sacks TFL 0 0.5-1 1.0-1 4.5-8 0 0 10-64 15.5-75 2.5-13 3.5-15

2009 RESULTS (6-5)

Marshall Sperbeck Head Coach

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Christian Clark Senior DL

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Series History - 2010 Opponents SACRAMENTO STATE

Aggies vs. Hornets: 39-18 Toomey Field: 18-7 Aggie Stadium: 0-1 Hornet Stadium: 12-6 Hughes Stadium: 7-4 Grant Bowl: 2-1 Aggie Streak: Lost 2 First Meeting: 10/9/54 (W, 14-0 at Hughes Stadium) Date.............................. Site...........Result..........Score 11/21/09...................Hornet............ L.............28-31 11/8/08..................... Aggie............ L.............19-29 11/3/07.....................Hornet........... W...........31-26 11/18/06.................. Toomey.......... W...........30-16 9/24/05.....................Hornet........... W...........37- 7 9/25/04.................... Toomey.......... W...........58-23 10/4/03.....................Hornet........... W...........31-27 10/5/02.................... Hughes.......... W...........38-21 10/27/01...................Hornet........... W...........43- 0 10/28/00.................. Hughes.......... W...........13-10 9/18/99.....................Hornet............ L.............27-48 9/19/98.................... Toomey.......... W...........35-17 9/20/97.....................Hornet....... W (3ot)........36-28 9/21/96.................... Toomey........... L.............24-27 10/28/95...................Hornet........... W...........52-42 10/8/94.................... Toomey.......... W...........27-24 11/13/93...................Hornet........... W...........47-32 10/3/92.................... Hughes.......... W...........21-14 10/5/91.................... Hughes........... L.............18-50 9/22/90.................... Hughes........... L.............12-16 9/23/89.................... Hughes........... L.............20-21 11/19/88*................ Toomey........... L.............14-35 9/24/88.................... Toomey........... L.............28-31 11/14/87.................. Hughes.......... W...........28-10 11/15/86.................. Toomey.......... W...........29- 6 11/16/85.................. Hughes.......... W...........37-30 11/17/84.................. Toomey.......... W...........38-21 11/12/83...................Hornet........... W...........52-14 11/13/82.................. Toomey.......... W...........51- 6 11/21/81.................. Toomey.......... W...........21-13 10/4/80.................... Hughes.......... W...........16- 6 10/6/79.................... Toomey.......... W...........32- 7 10/14/78...................Hornet........... W...........39- 0 10/15/77.................. Toomey.......... W...........28- 0 10/23/76...................Hornet........... W...........34- 0 10/18/75.................. Toomey.......... W...........38- 3 10/26/74...................Hornet........... W...........22-17 10/27/73.................. Toomey.......... W...........24-15 11/4/72.....................Hornet........... W...........17-16 11/13/71.................. Toomey.......... W...........24-17 11/21/70...................Hornet........... W...........28-10 10/4/69.................... Toomey.......... L^............10-18 10/12/68...................Hornet............ L............. 7-24 10/20/67.................. Toomey........... L............. 6-23 10/29/66...................Hornet............ L.............24-36 11/6/65.................... Toomey.......... W...........20-14 11/14/64...................Hornet............ L............. 0-27 11/15/63.................. Toomey.......... W...........17- 8 11/17/62.................. Hughes........... L............. 7-26 11/17/61.................. Toomey.......... W...........14- 0

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ALL-TIME CAUSEWAY PERFORMANCES MOST POINTS, BOTH TEAMS Aggies 52, Hornets 42 1996

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MOST POINTS, ONE TEAM Aggies 58, Hornets 23 2004

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PASSING YARDS - INDIVIDUAL 1. A.J. Bernhardt, Sac State 1999 2. Kevin Daft, UC Davis 1997 3. Mark Grieb, UC Davis 1996 t4. Ricky Ray, Sac State 1999 t4. Greg Knapp, Sac State 1984

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LONGEST PASSING PLAY J.T. O’Sullivan to Onome Ojo, UC Davis 2001

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RUSHING YARDS - INDIVIDUAL 1. Preston Jackson, UC Davis 1994 2. Charles Roberts, Sac State 1999 t3. Troy Mills, Sac State 1991 t3. Jim Allen, UC Davis 1972 5. Troy Mills, Sac State 1990

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LONGEST RUSHING PLAY Ronnie Edwards, Sac State 1977

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TOTAL OFFENSE - TEAM 1. Hornets 2. Aggies 3. Aggies 4. Aggies 5. Aggies

1999 1982 1993 2001 1997

596 581 567 563 551

TOTAL DEFENSE - TEAM 1. Hornets 2. Aggies 3. Aggies 4. Aggies 5. Hornets

1960 1954 1961 1963 1957

45 52 106 113 116

RUSHING OFFENSE - TEAM 1. Hornets 1972 2. Aggies 1993 3. Hornets 1962 4. Hornets 1985 5. Hornets 1991

316 305 299 295 292

RUSHING DEFENSE - TEAM 1. Aggies 1954 2. Hornets 1960 3. Hornets 2007 4. Aggies 1992 5. Aggies 1983

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PASSING OFFENSE - TEAM 1. Hornets 1992 2. Hornets 1997 3. Aggies 1997 4. Hornets 1999 5. Aggies 1982

415 392 379 377 355

PASSING DEFENSE - TEAM 1. Hornets 1958 2. Aggies 1963 3. Hornets 1968 4. Aggies 1971 5. Hornets 1957

0 6 11 12 15

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Series History - 2010 Opponents CALIFORNIA

WEBER STATE

Aggies vs. Golden Bears: 0-8 Davis: 0-0 Berkeley: 0-8 Aggie Streak: Lost 8 First Meeting: 9/17/32 (L, 6-20 in Berkeley)

Aggies vs. Wildcats: 1-0 Davis: 0-0 Ogden: 1-0 Aggie Streak: Won 1 First Meeting: 9/18/04 (W, 31-29 in Ogden)

Date.............................. Site...........Result..........Score 9/30/39........................ A............... L.............14-32 10/8/38........................ A............... L...............0-48 10/16/37...................... A............... L...............0-14 9/26/36........................ A............... L...............0-39 9/28/35........................ A............... L...............0-47 9/29/34........................ A............... L...............0-54 9/30/33........................ A............... L...............0-39 9/17/32........................ A............... L...............6-20

Date.............................. Site...........Result..........Score 9/18/04........................ A.............. W...........31-29

PORTLAND STATE Aggies vs. Vikings: 4-6 Davis: 2-1 Portland: 2-5 Aggie Streak: Won 3 First Meeting: 9/14/74 (W, 50-21 in Davis) Date.............................. Site...........Result..........Score 10/24/09...................... A.............. W...........34-31 9/13/08........................ H.............. W...........38-24 9/8/07.......................... A.............. W...........26-17 9/10/05........................ H............... L.............12-14 11/20/04...................... A............... L.............21-38 10/11/96...................... A............... L.............27-32 10/7/95........................ A............... L.............13-40 11/21/92*.................... A............... L.............28-42 11/15/75...................... A............... L.............21-32 9/14/74........................ H.............. W...........50-21 * - NCAA Playoffs

SAN DIEGO Aggies vs. Toreros: 2-1 Davis: 2-0 San Diego: 0-1 Aggie Streak: Lost 1 First Meeting: 11/22/06 (W, 37-27 in Davis) Date.............................. Site...........Result..........Score 11/22/08...................... A............... L.............20-28 9/1/07.......................... H.............. W...........49-46 11/22/06...................... H.............. W...........37-27

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SAN JOSE STATE Aggies vs. Spartans: 3-4-2 Davis: 0-0-1 Sacramento: 0-1-1 San Jose: 2-3-0 Site unknown: 1-0-0 Aggie Streak: Lost 2 First Meeting: 1922 (W, 58-0, site unknown) Date.............................. Site...........Result..........Score 8/30/08........................ A............... L.............10-13 9/29/07........................ A............... L.............14-34 10/20/34...................... H............... T..............0- 0 11/11/33...................... A............... L...............0-20 11/18/32...................... N............... L...............7-19 11/14/31...................... A.............. W...........13- 0 10/4/30........................ N............... T..............0- 0 10/12/29...................... A.............. W...........13- 0 1922.............................na.............. W...........58- 0

SOUTH DAKOTA Aggies vs. Coyotes: 1-1 Davis: 0-1 Vermillion: 1-0 Aggie Streak: Won 1 First Meeting: 11/29/86 (L, 23-26 in Davis) Date.............................. Site...........Result..........Score 10/10/09...................... A........... W (ot).........24-23 11/29/86*.................... H............... L.............23-26 * - NCAA Playoffs

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Aggies vs. Thunderbirds: 10-4 Davis: 7-0 Cedar City: 3-4 Aggie Streak: Lost 1 First Meeting: 9/25/93 (L, 27-28 in Cedar City) Date.............................. Site...........Result..........Score 10/31/09...................... A............... L.............35-56 10/11/08...................... H.............. W...........49-26 10/20/07...................... A.............. W...........41-21 10/21/06...................... H.............. W...........27- 7 10/15/05...................... H.............. W...........33-21 10/23/04...................... A............... L.............15-19 10/14/00...................... H.............. W...........56-20 10/9/99........................ A.............. W...........24- 9 11/14/98...................... H.............. W...........35-28 11/1/97........................ A............... L.............27-37 11/16/96...................... H.............. W...........26-19 11/4/95........................ A.............. W...........37-21 10/1/94........................ H.............. W...........41-16 9/25/93........................ A............... L.............27-28

NORTH DAKOTA Aggies vs. North Dakota: 2-1 Davis: 2-0 Grand Forks: 0-1 Aggie Streak: Won 2 First Meeting: 12/1/01 (L, 2-14 in Grand Forks)

10/23/99...................... H.............. W...........31-24 10/3/98........................ A.............. W...........34-24 9/6/97.......................... H............... L.............19-20 11/2/96........................ A............... L.............13-17 11/11/95...................... H.............. W...........34-31 10/15/94...................... A............... L.............31-32 9/11/93........................ H.............. W...........37-26 10/10/92...................... H............... T............31-31 9/14/91........................ A.............. W...........31-28 10/6/90........................ H............... L............. 0-19 10/28/89...................... A............... L.............21-28 10/29/88...................... H............... T............21-21 10/3/87........................ A............... L............. 0-41 9/20/86........................ H.............. W...........32-21 9/28/85........................ A.............. W...........34-21 9/29/84........................ H.............. W...........10- 6 10/8/83........................ A.............. W...........24-14 10/9/82........................ H.............. W...........24- 0 10/17/81...................... A............... L............. 0-30 9/28/80........................ H............... L.............25-28 9/29/79........................ A............... L.............10-31 11/11/78...................... H.............. W...........29-22 11/20/76...................... A............... L.............14-26 11/16/40...................... A............... L............. 7-20 11/4/39........................ H.............. W...........28- 0

SACRAMENTO STATE See page 69 for series information and records.

Date.............................. Site...........Result..........Score 11/14/09...................... H.............. W...........28-20 10/25/08...................... H.............. W...........34-21 12/1/01*...................... A............... L...............2-14 * - NCAA Playoff

CAL POLY Aggies vs. Mustangs: 17-16-2 Davis: 10-6-2 San Luis Obispo: 7-10-0 Aggie Streak: Won 1 First Meeting: 11/4/39 (W, 28-0 in Davis) Date.............................. Site...........Result..........Score 11/6/09........................ H.............. W...........23-10 11/15/08...................... A............... L.............28-51 10/13/07...................... H............... L.............28-63 10/7/06........................ A............... L.............17-23 10/29/05...................... H.............. W...........20-13 10/30/04...................... A.............. W...........36-33 11/8/03........................ H............... L.............14-18 10/26/02...................... A.............. W...........28-14 10/20/01...................... H............... L.............28-31 10/21/00...................... A.............. W...........63-28 The Aggies reclaimed the Golden Horseshoe trophy after last year’s 23-10 win over Great West Conference rival Cal Poly.

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All-Time Series Records COLLEGES Abilene Christian Angelo State Arizona Arizona State Bethune-Cookman Bloomsburg BOISE STATE Brigham Young Butler Cal Lutheran Cal Poly Pomona CAL POLY Cal State Fullerton Cal State Hayward Cal State Long Beach Cal State Northridge Cal Tech California Carson-Newman Central Arkansas Central Oklahoma Central Washington Chadron State Chico State Clarion Eastern Illinois Eastern Oregon Eastern Washington Fort Hays State FRESNO STATE Grand Valley State Humboldt State Idaho

W 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 2 1 3 7 17 1 23 0 14 1 0 0 1 2 7 1 46 1 0 1 0 1 5 2 41 0

L 0 1 1 1 0 1 4 2 0 0 2 16 1 5 2 6 0 8 1 1 0 1 0 20 0 1 0 2 0 12 2 15 1

MEETINGS T First Last 0 2001 2002 0 1989 1998 0 1923 1924 0 1940 1940 0 1977 1977 0 2000 2000 0 1973 2009 1 1926 1937 0 1983 1983 1 1977 1984 0 1966 1982 2 1939 2009 0 1973 1974 0 1965 1992 0 1956 1957 0 1975 2001 1 1925 1926 0 1932 1939 0 1996 1996 0 2006 2008 0 1996 1999 0 1997 2003 0 2000 2000 3 1922 1996 0 1997 1997 0 1978 1978 0 2000 2000 0 2005 2007 0 1993 1993 1 1922 2009 0 1997 2003 3 1935 2002 0 1997 1997

COLLEGES Iona LaVerne Lehigh Loyola Marymount Massachusetts Mesa State MONTANA Montana State Nevada New Hampshire New Haven New Mexico Highlands NORTH DAKOTA North Dakota State Northeastern Northeastern State (Okla.) Northern Colorado Northern Michigan Occidental Oregon State Pacific (Ore.) Pacific Pomona College PORTLAND STATE Puget Sound Sacramento City Coll. SACRAMENTO STATE Saint Mary’s San Diego San Francisco San Francisco State San Jose State Santa Clara

W 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 21 0 1 2 2 4 1 0 4 1 3 0 3 7 2 4 2 6 39 13 2 4 33 3 19

L 0 0 1 2 1 0 4 0 27 1 2 0 1 6 1 1 1 0 11 4 3 18 0 6 1 2 18 8 1 4 17 4 15

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 2 1

MEETINGS First Last 2008 2008 1936 1936 1977 1977 1928 1930 1972 1972 2000 2000 1926 2008 2006 2006 1915 1989 2005 2005 1997 1999 2000 2001 2001 2009 1982 2006 2007 2008 1999 1999 2003 2008 1982 1982 1940 1971 1927 1930 1949 1960 1923 1994 1962 1963 1974 2009 1977 1981 1928 1939 1954 2009 1915 2003 2006 2008 1917 1971 1937 1994 1929 2008 1920 1992

COLLEGES Sonoma State SOUTH DAKOTA South Dakota State Southern Oregon SOUTHERN UTAH Stanford Stephen F. Austin Tarleton State Texas A&M-Commerce Texas A&M-Kingsville Texas Christian (TCU) Texas State UCLA UC Riverside UC Santa Barbara Weber State West Chester Western New Mexico WESTERN OREGON Western State Western Washington Whittier Willamette Youngstown State

MEETINGS W L T First Last 14 2 0 1970 1996 1 1 0 1986 2009 2 4 0 1997 2007 6 1 1 1932 1953 10 4 0 1993 2009 1 1 0 1932 2005 0 2 0 2004 2005 1 0 0 2001 2001 2 0 0 1998 1999 3 3 0 1993 2002 0 1 0 2006 2006 0 2 0 1982 2003 0 2 0 1932 1934 10 2 0 1960 1975 7 14 2 1938 1965 1 0 0 2004 2004 1 0 0 2000 2000 1 0 0 1996 1996 9 0 0 1997 2004 1 0 0 1995 1995 7 1 0 1997 2007 4 16 1 1938 1972 0 1 1 1957 1958 0 1 0 2006 2006

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1915 1950

2010 OPPONENTS IN BOLD 2009 OPPONENTS IN CAPS First time opponents in 2010: South Alabama

SERIES RECORDS DURING BOB BIGGS ERA (1993-2009) Abilene Christian Angelo State Bloomsburg BOISE STATE CAL POLY Cal State Hayward (now East Bay) Cal State Northridge Carson-Newman Central Arkansas Central Oklahoma Central Washington Chico State Clarion Eastern Oregon Eastern Washington Fort Hays State FRESNO STATE Grand Valley State Humboldt State Idaho Iona Mesa State MONTANA Montana State New Hampshire New Haven New Mexico Highlands

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L 0 0 1 1 7 0 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 2 1 1 0 0 2 1 1 2 0

T Home 0 – 0 --0 0-1-0 0 – 0 4-4-0 0 1-0-0 0 3-0-0 0 — 0 1-0-0 0 2-0-0 0 3-0-0 0 2-0-0 0 --0 1-0-0 0 0-0-0 0 1-0-0 0 – 0 1-1-0 1 3-0-1 0 — 0 1-0-0 0 1-0-0 0 — 0 0-0-0 0 0-1-0 0 0-1-0 0 1-0-0

(1993-2009) NORTH DAKOTA North Dakota State Northeastern Northeastern State Northern Colorado Pacific PORTLAND STATE SACRAMENTO STATE Saint Mary’s San Diego San Francisco State San Jose State Sonoma State SOUTH DAKOTA South Dakota State SOUTHERN UTAH Stanford Stephen F. Austin Tarleton State Texas A&M-Commerce Texas A&M-Kingsville Texas Christian (TCU) Texas State Weber State West Chester Western New Mexico WESTERN OREGON

W 2 3 1 0 4 0 3 13 9 2 2 0 4 1 2 10 1 0 1 2 4 0 0 1 1 1 9

L 1 3 1 1 1 1 4 4 1 1 0 1 0 0 4 4 0 2 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0

T 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

Home 2-0-0 1-3-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 2-1-0 — 1-1-0 6-2-0 5-0-0 2-0-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 2-0-0 – 1-2-0 7-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-2-0 0-0-0 — — 1-0-0 1-0-0 5-0-0

(1993-2009) Western State Western Washington WINSTON-SALEM STATE Youngstown State

W 1 7 1 0

L 0 1 0 1

T Home 0 1-0-0 0 4-1-0 0 1-0-0 0 0-0-0

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Series History - 2010 Opponents NCAA DIVISION II PLAYOFFS 2002....... Quarterfinal at Kingsville, Texas................... Lost to Texas A&M-Kingsville, 20-27 (ot) ............... First Round at Ellensburg, Wash........................... Defeated Central Washington, 24-6 2001....... Semifinal Round at Grand Forks, N.D................................ Lost to North Dakota, 2-14 ............... Quarterfinal at Davis..................................................... Defeated Tarleton State, 42-25 ............... First Round at Kingsville, Texas.......................Defeated Texas A&M-Kingsville, 37-32 2000 ...... Semfinal Round at Davis ....................................................Lost to Bloomsburg, 58-48 ............... Quarterfinal Round at Davis ............................................ Defeated Mesa State, 62-18 ............... First Round at Davis .................................................. Defeated Chadron State, 48-10 1999....... Quarterfinal at Davis..................................................Lost to Northeastern State 19-14 ............... First Round at Davis .............................................Defeated Central Oklahoma, 33-17 1998....... First Round at Davis...........................................Lost to Texas A&M-Kingsville, 54-21 1997....... Semifinal at New Haven, Conn............................................ Lost to New Haven 27-25 ............... Quarterfinal at San Angelo, Texas..................................... Defeated Angelo State 50-33 ............... First Round at Kingsville, Texas.......................Defeated Texas A&M-Kingsville, 37-33 1996....... Semifinal at Jefferson City, Tenn................................... Lost to Carson-Newman 29-26 ............... Quarterfinal at Davis................................................Defeated Central Oklahoma, 26-7 ............... First Round at Kingsville, Texas.......................Defeated Texas A&M-Kingsville, 17-14 1993....... Quarterfinal at Davis...........................................Lost to Texas A&M-Kingsville, 51-28 ............... First Round at Davis....................................................Defeated Fort Hays State 37-34 1992....... First Round at Portland, Ore............................................Lost to Portland State, 42-28 1989....... First Round at Davis.......................................................... Lost to Angelo State, 28-23 1988....... First Round at Davis...................................................Lost to Sacramento State, 35-14 1986....... Quarterfinal at Davis........................................................ Lost to South Dakota, 26-23 1985....... Quarterfinal at Davis................................................Lost to North Dakota State, 31-12 1984....... Quarterfinal at Fargo, N.D.......................................Lost to North Dakota State, 31-23 1983....... Semifinal at Davis....................................................Lost to North Dakota State, 26-17 ............... Quarterfinal at Davis................................................................... Defeated Butler, 25-6 1982....... Championship at McAllen, Texas.......................... Lost to Southwest Texas State, 34-9 ............... Semifinal at Davis.................................................Defeated North Dakota State, 19-14 ............... Quarterfinal at Davis.............................................Defeated Northern Michigan, 42-21 1978....... Quarterfinal at Davis...................................................... Lost to Eastern Illinois, 35-31 1977....... Semifinal at Davis.......................................................................Lost to Lehigh, 39-30 ............... Quarterfinal at Davis............................................. Defeated Bethune-Cookman, 34-16 NCAA COLLEGE DIVISION REGIONAL BOWLS 1972....... Boardwalk Bowl at Atlantic City, N.J............................... Lost to Massachusetts, 35-14 LOCAL BOWL GAMES 1951....... Pear Bowl at Medford, Ore................................. Lost to Pacific University (Ore.), 25-7 1949....... Pear Bowl at Medford, Ore............................... Lost to Pacific University (Ore.), 33-15

Postseason Records Opponent (Last Game) ..........................W-L ...... Home Angelo State (1997)...................................... 1-1............ 0-1 Bethune-Cookman (1977)................................ 1-0............ 1-0 Bloomsburg (2000)........................................ 0-1............ 0-1 Butler (1983)................................................. 1-0............ 1-0 Carson-Newman (1996)................................. 0-1............ — Central Oklahoma (1999)................................ 2-0............ 2-0 Central Washington (2002).............................. 1-0............ — Chadron State (2000)..................................... 1-0............ 1-0 Eastern Illinois (1978)..................................... 0-1............ 0-1 Fort Hays State (1993)................................... 1-0............ 1-0 Lehigh (1977)................................................ 0-1............ 0-1 Massachusetts (1972)..................................... 0-1............ — Mesa State . .................................................. 1-0............ 1-0 New Haven (1997)......................................... 0-1............ — North Dakota (2001)...................................... 0-1............ — North Dakota State (1985).............................. 1-3............ 1-2

Opponent (Last Game) ..........................W-L ...... Home Northeastern State (1999)............................... 0-1............ 0-1 Northern Michigan (1982)............................... 1-0............ 1-0 Pacific (1951)................................................ 0-2............ — Portland State (1992)..................................... 0-1............ — Sacramento State (1988)................................ 0-1............ 0-1 South Dakota (1986)...................................... 0-1............ 0-1 Southwest Texas State (1982)......................... 0-1............ — Tarleton State (2001)...................................... 1-0............ 1-0 Texas A&M-Kingsville (2002)............................ 3-3 ........... 0-2 Totals ................................................... 12-29 ....... 9-11

AGGIE POSTSEASON SCHOOL RECORDS SINGLE-GAME – INDIVIDUAL RUSHING YARDS Preston Jackson, 1993 vs. Fort Hays State....................172 PASS COMPLETIONS Kevin Daft, 1997 at New Haven...................................*43 PASS ATTEMPTS Kevin Daft, 1997 at New Haven...................................*64 PASS YARDS Kevin Daft, 1997 at New Haven . ..............................*482 TOUCHDOWN PASSES J.T. O’Sullivan, 2000 vs. Mesa State ...............................6 RECEPTIONS Michael Oliva, 2002 vs. TAMUK ....................................11 G.P. Muhammad, 1997 at New Haven Chris Mandeville, 1986 vs. South Dakota RECEIVING YARDS Michael Oliva, 2001 vs. TAMUK ..................................233 TOTAL OFFENSE Kevin Daft, 1997 at New Haven.................................*505 * - set NCAA Division II Playoff Record SEASON – INDIVIDUAL RUSHING YARDS Jermaine Rucker, 1996 (3 gms)..................................343 PASS ATTEMPTS Kevin Daft, 1997 (3 gms).........................................*139 PASSING YARDS Kevin Daft, 1997 (3 gms)........................................1,199 TOUCHDOWN PASSES J. T. O’Sullivan (3 gms) ...............................................13 RECEPTIONS Francis Montes, 1997 (3 gms) .....................................23 RECEIVING YARDS Michael Oliva (3 gms) ...............................................397 SCORING Preston Jackson, 1993 (2 gms).....................................36 TOTAL OFFENSE J. T. O’Sullivan (3 gms) ..........................................1,207 CAREER – INDIVIDUAL RUSHING YARDS Matt Brown, 1998-2000 (5 gms) . .............................480 PASSING YARDS J.T. O’Sullivan, 1998-2000 (7 gms) ...............................2,602 RECEPTIONS Michael Oliva, 1999-2002 (10 gms) . ...........................58 RECEIVING YARDS Michael Oliva, 1999-2002 (10 gms) . ......................1,052 SCORING Michael Oliva, 1999-2002 (10 gms) . ...........................66 TOTAL OFFENSE J.T. O’Sullivan, 1998-2001 (7 gms) ..........................2,801

AGGIES in NCAA D-II PLAYOFFS (Began in 1973) Championship Game (1982)............................ 0-1............ — Semifinals (2000).......................................... 1-6............ 1-3 Quarterfinals (2000)....................................... 7-7............ 6-5 Round of 16 (2000)....................................... 7-4............ 3-3

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All-Time Year-By-Year Records Year Overall League Place PF-PA Head Coach 2009 6-5-0 3-1-0 1st 272-300 Bob Biggs 2008 5-7-0 2-1-0 2nd 342-326 Bob Biggs 2007 5-6-0 1-3-0 4th 306-349 Bob Biggs 2006 6-5-0 2-3-0 4th 309-227 Bob Biggs 2005 6-5-0 4-1-0 T1st 217-184 Bob Biggs 2004 6-4-0 3-2-0 2nd 323-211 Bob Biggs 2003 6-4-0 – – 295-184 Bob Biggs 2002 9-3-0 – – 368-223 Bob Biggs 2001 10-3-0 – – 490-286 Bob Biggs 2000 12-1-0 – – 622-258 Bob Biggs 1999 10-2-0 – – 393-233 Bob Biggs 1998 10-2-0 – – 398-259 Bob Biggs 1997 9-5-0 – – 378-324 Bob Biggs 1996 8-5-0 – – 369-240 Bob Biggs 1995 6-3-1 – – 332‑250 Bob Biggs 1994 6-4-0 – – 280-214 Bob Biggs 1993 10-2-0 3-1-0 T1st 460-297 Bob Biggs 1992 8-2-1 5-0-0 1st 395-320 Bob Foster 1991 7-3-0 3-2-0 2nd 238-215 Bob Foster 1990 7-3-0 5-0-0 1st 234-166 Bob Foster 1989 8-3-0 5-0-0 1st 303-202 Bob Foster 1988 7-3-1 5-0-0 1st 300-180 Jim Sochor 1987 8-2-0 5-0-0 1st 238-170 Jim Sochor 1986 10-1-0 5-0-0 1st 361-212 Jim Sochor 1985 9-2-0 5-0-0 1st 388-191 Jim Sochor 1984 9-2-0 6-0-0 1st 295-133 Jim Sochor 1983 11-1-0 6-0-0 1st 380- 94 Jim Sochor 1982 12-1-0 5-0-0 1st 405-164 Jim Sochor 1981 6-4-0 4-1-0 T1st 163-140 Jim Sochor 1980 7-2-1 5-0-0 1st 267-178 Jim Sochor 1979 6-3-1 5-0-0 1st 217-155 Jim Sochor 1978 8-3-0 5-0-0 1st 304-156 Jim Sochor 1977 11-1-0 5-0-0 1st 335-159 Jim Sochor 1976 8-2-0 5-0-0 1st 233-112 Jim Sochor 1975 7-3-0 5-0-0 1st 245-142 Jim Sochor 1974 9-1-0 5-0-0 1st 297-143 Jim Sochor 1973 7-3-0 4-1-0 T1st 217-153 Jim Sochor 1972 6-2-2 5-0-0 1st 278-228 Jim Sochor 1971 9-1-0 5-1-0 T1st 297-143 Jim Sochor 1970 6-4-0 2-2-0 3rd 208-176 Jim Sochor 1969 3-7-0 0-5-0 5th 192-248 Herb Schmalenberger 1968 5-4-0 3-2-0 3rd 158-147 Herb Schmalenberger 1967 3-6-0 2-4-0 6th 164-212 Herb Schmalenberger 1966 5-5-0 3-3-0 3rd 200-218 Herb Schmalenberger 1965 4-6-0 3-2-0 3rd 157-187 Herb Schmalenberger 1964 3-6-0 2-3-0 4th 106-157 Herb Schmalenberger 1963 6-2-1 3-1-1 T1st 151- 74 Will Lotter 1962 5-4-0 2-3-0 4th 100- 74 Will Lotter 1961 5-4-0 3-2-0 3rd 173-111 Will Lotter 1960 0-8-1 0-5-0 6th 54-216 Will Lotter 1959 1-8-0 0-5-0 6th 64-197 Will Lotter 1958 5-4-0 3-2-0 2nd 106-100 Herb Schmalenberger 1957 1-7-1 0-5-0 6th 59-210 Will Lotter 1956 7-2-0 4-1-0 T1st 146- 78 Will Lotter 1955 5-3-1 3-1-1 2nd 128- 79 Ted Forbes 1954 1-7-0 1-4-0 5th 47-226 Will Lotter 1953 1-6-1 0-1-1 3rd 71-147 Ted Forbes 1952 2-7-0 2-1-0 2nd 112-263 Ted Forbes 1951 5-4-0 3-1-0 1st 175-160 Ted Forbes 1950 3-5-0 3-1-0 2nd 119-150 Ted Forbes 1949 5-4-0 4-0-0 1st 105-154 Ted Forbes

Postseason Record – – – not eligible not eligible not eligible not eligible 1-1 2-1 2-1 1-1 0-1 2-1 2-1 – – 1-1 0-1 – – 0-1 0-1 – 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 2-1 – – – 0-1 1-1 – – – – 0-1 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 0-1 – 0-1

Home Att. Road Att. Average (Gms) Average (Gms) 9,908 (5) 17,498 (6) 9,016 (6) 11,807 (6) 9,165 (5) 11,284 (6) 7,033 (5) 13,878 (6) 6,337 (5) 12,794 (6) 7,252 (4) 5,435 (6) 6,338 (6) 10,307 (4) 9,194 (5) 6,753 (7) 7,153 (6) 7,612 (7) 7,864 (8) 3,782 (5) 6,361 (7) 6,575 (5) 6,304 (6) 4,499 (6) 5,974 (6) 8,386 (8) 6,821 (6) 5,338 (7) 5,560 (5) 8,593 (5) 6,729 (5) 4,479 (5) 5,532 (7) 6,113 (5) 8,070 (5) 5,073 (6) 4,900 (5) 7,123 (5) 8,860 (5) 3,504 (5) 6,690 (6) 8,818 (5) 8,367 (6) 2,687 (5) 6,441 (5) 8,360 (5) 8,846 (5) 7,297 (6) 8,416 (5) 8,104 (5) 8,450 (4) 5,890 (7) 7,271 (7) 6,309 (5) 10,071 (7) 6,208 (6) 6,820 (5) 4,265 (5) 8,160 (5) 5,451 (5) 7,640 (5) 4,265 (5) 8,460 (5) 6,891 (6) 9,171 (7) 4,082 (5) 5,490 (5) 4,550 (5) 7,550 (4) 5,228 (6) 6,160 (5) 7,448 (5) 5,900 (6) 5,750 (4) 7,200 (4) 4,623 (6) 6,040 (5) 3,840 (5) 5,820 (5) 3,690 (5) 5,183 (6) 3,050 (4) 4,625 (4) 3,444 (5) not available 4,075 (4) 3,186 (6) 4,680 (5) 3,300 (5)

Overall Average 14,048 10,411 10,320 10,766 9,859 6,162 7,925 7,770 7,400 6,818 6,450 5,892 7,352 6,023 7,077 5,604 5,774 6,435 5,616 6,182 7,754 5,527 7,402 8,071 8,260 7,170 6,790 8,140 5,542 6,805 5,953 7,604 7,050 5,020 6,157 6,804 5,840 5,654 4,940 4,755 4,330 3,969

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All-Time Year-By-Year Records Year Overall League Place PF-PA Head Coach 1948 2-6-0 1-3-0 4th 98-175 Vern Hickey 1947 4-5-0 3-1-0 T1st 116-133 Vern Hickey 1946 0-5-2 – – 54-113 Vern Hickey 1945 No games played - World War II 1944 No games played - World War II 1943 No games played - World War II 1942 1-6-0 0-2-0 3rd 51- 79 Vern Hickey 1941 2-2-4 2-1-0 2nd 61- 47 Vern Hickey 1940 4-4-1 2-1-0 2nd 120- 41 Vern Hickey 1939 4-4-0 0-3-0 4th 92- 73 Vern Hickey 1938 2-6-1 0-2-1 4th 58-174 Vern Hickey 1937 4-4-0 2-2-0 3rd 63- 88 Vern Hickey 1936 3-4-0 1-2-0 4th 86-199 I.F. Toomey 1935 2-6-1 1-3-0 4th 47-199 I.F. Toomey 1934 0-5-3 0-2-2 5th 16-163 I.F. Toomey 1933 2-5-0 1-4-0 6th 40-118 I.F. Toomey 1932 1-8-1 1-4-0 5th 42-221 I.F. Toomey 1931 4-2-2 2-1-2 – 92- 75 I.F. Toomey 1930 0-7-1 0-5-1 5th 17-133 I.F. Toomey 1929 6-2-0 5-0-0 1st 116- 25 I.F. Toomey 1928 6-3-0 3-1-0 2nd 91- 41 I.F. Toomey 1927 4-3-1 2-1-0 2nd 84- 82 W.L. Driver 1926 2-6-1 0-4-0 5th 84-147 W.L. Driver 1925 5-3-0 2-2-0 3rd 81- 98 W.L. Driver 1924 5-4-1 – 124-104 W.L. Driver 1923 2-7-0 – 43-154 W.L. Driver 1922 3-4-2 – 178- 53 Chester Brewer 1921 3-4-0 – 78-132 W.D. Elfrink 1920 3-4-0 – 61- 67 C.E. Van Gent 1919 2-5-0 – 70- 93 Reverend Bobbitt 1918 No games 1917 1-2-0 – 7- 61 Jack Glascock 1916 7-1-0 – 152- 63 R.E. Harmon 1915 3-2-0 – 51- 54 R.E. Harmon

Postseason Record – – –

– – –

TOP ROAD CROWDS

(15,000 or more.) 1. at Fresno State, 9/5/09......................37,267 2. at Boise State, 10/3/09......................32,497 3. at Stanford, 9/17/05.....................................31,250 4. at TCU, 9/9/06.............................................25,272 5. at Montana, 9/20/08....................................25,209 6. vs. Sac State (Hornet), 9/18/99 ....................20,993 7. at North Dakota State, 10/6/07......................19,011 8. vs. Sac State (Hughes), 10/5/91....................19,000 9. at San Jose State, 8/30/08............................18,730 10. at Boise State, 9/14/85...............................17,654 11. at San Jose State, 9/29/07..........................17,431 12. at Sac State (Hornet), 10/27/01..................17,328 13. at Sacramento State, 11/21/09.......17,127 14. at Pacific, 9/18/82......................................16,988 15. vs. Sac State (Hughes), 9/23/89..................16,988 16. at North Dakota State, 10/22/05..................16,193 17. at Youngstown State, 9/23/06......................16,155 18. vs. Sac State (Hughes), 10/5/02 .................15,892 19. vs. Sac State (Hughes), 10/3/92..................15,800 20. at Sac State (Hornet), 9/20/97....................15,650 21. at Nevada, 9/17/88....................................15,630 22. at Sac State (Hornet), 10/4/03....................15,403 23. vs. Sac State (Hughes), 9/22/90..................15,400 24. at South Dakota State, 10/28/06.................15,248 25. at Pacific, 10/4/86......................................15,000

TOP TOOMEY CROWDS

1925-1981: Far Western Conference 1982-1992: Northern California Athletic Conference 1993: American West Conference 2004-Present: Great West Conference Shaded region: 37 consecutive winning seasons (1970-2006)

All-Time Coaching Records Coach

Years

Won

Lost

Tied

Pct.

R.E. Harmon Jack Glascock Reverend Bobbitt C.E. Van Gent W.D. Elfrink Chester L. Brewer W.L. Driver Irv F. “Crip” Toomey Vern B. Hickey Ted W. Forbes Will Lotter Herb Schmalenberger Jim Sochor Bob Foster BOB BIGGS

1915-16 1917 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923-27 1928-36 1937-42, ’46-48 1949-53, ’55 1954, ’56-57, ’59-63 1958, ‘64-69 1970-88 1989-92 1993-Present

10 1 2 3 3 3 18 24 23 21 26 28 156 30 130

3 2 5 4 4 4 23 42 42 29 42 38 41 11 66

0 0 0 0 0 2 3 8 8 2 3 0 5 1 1

.769 .333 .286 .429 .429 .444 .443 .378 .370 .423 .379 .424 .785 .726 .669

TOTALS

91 Seasons

478

356

33

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ATTENDANCE RECORDS

(10,000 or more. Official capacity: 10,111) 1. Nevada, 11/12/77........................................12,800 2. Sacramento State, 11/13/82..........................12,700 3. Sacramento State, 9/21/96............................11,140 4. Sacramento State, 10/8/94............................10,843 5. Sacramento State, 11/19/88†........................10,700 6. Sacramento State, 9/24/88............................10,600 7. Lehigh, 12/3/77†.........................................10,500 t8. Bethune-Cookman, 11/26/77†......................10,400 t8. North Dakota State, 12/4/82†.......................10,400 10. Santa Clara, 9/28/85..................................10,312 11. Sacramento State, 11/15/86........................10,300 12. Bloomsburg, 12/2/02†................................10,111

TOP AGGIE STADIUM CROWDS

(10,000 or more. Official capacity: 10,849) t1. Cal Poly, 11/6/09...............................10,849 t1. Southern Utah, 10/11/08.............................10,849 3. Cal Poly, 10/13/07.......................................10,743 4. Sacramento State, 11/8/08............................10,317 5. Winston-Salem State, 10/17/09........10,289 6. Western Oregon, 9/25/09..................10,078 † - NCAA Playoff game

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Great West Conference 2004-Present 2009 (6-5, 3-1) 9/5 9/12 9/25 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/6 11/14 11/21

at Fresno State Montana Western Oregon at Boise State at South Dakota Winston-Salem State at Portland State at Southern Utah Cal Poly North Dakota at Sacramento State

L 0-51 L 10-17 W 29-13 L 16-34 W(ot) 24-23 W 45-14 W 34-31 L 35-56 W 23-10 W 28-20 L 28-31

2008 (5-7, 2-1) 8/30 9/6 9/13 9/20 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/8 11/15 11/22

at San Jose State at Central Arkansas Portland State at Montana at Northeastern Northern Colorado Southern Utah Iona North Dakota Sacramento State at Cal Poly at San Diego

L L W L L W W W W L L L

10-13 21-24 38-24 24-29 10-27 34-30 49-26 55-24 34-21 19-29 28-51 20-28

L W L W L L L W L W W

21-28 26-17 31-41 28-10 14-34 16-35 28-63 41-21 21-28 31-26 49-46

W L W L L W W L L W W

38-7 13-46 45-0 24-38 17-23 33-13 27-7 21-22 24-28 30-16 37-27

2007 (5-6, 1-3) 9/1 9/8 9/15 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/17

Western Washington at Portland State at Eastern Washington Northeastern at San Jose State at North Dakota State Cal Poly at Southern Utah South Dakota State at Sacramento State San Diego

2006 (6-5, 1-3) 9/2 9/9 9/16 9/23 10/7 10/13 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/18 11/25

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at Northern Colorado at Texas Christian at Montana State at Youngstown State at Cal Poly Central Arkansas Southern Utah at South Dakota State North Dakota State Sacramento State San Diego

9/4 9/10 9/17 9/24 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/19 11/26

New Hampshire Portland State at Stanford at Sacramento State at South Dakota State Southern Utah at North Dakota State Cal Poly at Stephen F. Austin at Eastern Washington Northern Colorado

2001 (10-3, Indep.) L L W W L W W W L L W

13-17 12-14 20-17 37 7 14-16 33-21 20-14 20-13 17-27 7-24 24-14

9/1 9/8 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17 11/24 12/1

W W W W W L L W L L

52- 0 31-29 58-23 30-20 54- 2 19-22 15-19 36-33 7-25 21-38

2000 (12-1, Indep.)

2004 (6-4, 3-2) 9/4 9/18 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/13 11/20

South Dakota State at Weber State Sacramento State at Northern Colorado at Western Oregon Stephen F. Austin at Southern Utah at Cal Poly North Dakota State at Portland State

Division II Independent 1994-2003 2003 (6-4, Indep.) 9/6 9/13 9/20 10/4 10/11 10/18 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22

Grand Valley State at North Dakota State at Texas State at Sacramento State Western Oregon Western Washington at Saint Mary’s Cal Poly Central Washington Northern Colorado

L(ot) W L W W W W L W L

at Grand Valley State Abilene Christian North Dakota State at Western Oregon Sacramento State Humboldt State at Cal Poly Saint Mary’s at Central Washington at Western Washington at Central Washington† at Texas A&M-Kingsville†

New Mexico Highlands Eastern Oregon at West Chester Saint Mary’s at Western Oregon Southern Utah at Cal Poly Sacramento State at Central Washington at Western Washington Chadron State† Mesa State† Bloomsburg†

W W W W L W L W W W W W L

W W W W W W W W W W W, W L

1997 (9-5, Indep.) 51- 6 41-28 43-32 56-14 21-28 38-31 28-31 43- 0 48-13 40-32 37-32 42-25 2-14

55- 7 52-13 45- 0 55-14 59-28 56-20 63-28 13-10 31-24 35-28 48-10 62-18 48-58

1999 (10-2, Indep.) 6- 9 23-14 32-34 31-27 27- 7 48-19 45-14 14-18 41- 7 28-35

2002 (9-3, Indep.) 9/7 9/14 9/21 9/28 10/5 10/19 10/26 11/3 11/9 11/16 11/23 11/30

9/2 9/9 9/16 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18 11/25 12/2

at New Mexico Highlands at Abilene Christian Western Oregon at Humboldt State at Saint Mary’s Cal State Northridge Cal Poly at Sacramento State Central Washington Western Washington at Texas A&M-Kingsville† Tarleton State† at North Dakota†

L 17-24 W 34-17 W 35- 7 W 64-20 W 38-21 W 49-14 W 28-14 W 31-28 L 14-38 W 14- 7 W 24- 6 L (ot) 20-27

9/4 9/11 9/18 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20

Texas A&M-Commerce at Western Oregon (ot) at Sacramento State at New Haven Humboldt State at Southern Utah at Saint Mary’s Cal Poly Central Washington Western Washington Central Oklahoma† Northeastern State†

W W L W W W W W W W W L

36- 0 40-33 27-48 42-16 43-16 24- 9 28-14 31-24 20-13 55-24 33-17 14-19

1998 (10-2, Indep.) 9/5 9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21

at Texas A&M-Commerce at South Dakota State Sacramento State New Haven at Cal Poly at Central Washington at Western Washington Saint Mary’s at Grand Valley State Western Oregon Southern Utah Texas A&M-Kingsville†

W W W L W W W W W W W L

34-10 30-13 35-17 11-12 34-24 51-16 28-24 31- 7 40-38 48-16 35-28 21-54

9/6 9/13 9/20 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22 11/29 12/6

Cal Poly South Dakota State at Sacramento State (3ot) at Clarion (ot) Central Washington at Idaho Western Washington at Saint Mary’s at Southern Utah Grand Valley State Western Oregon at Texas A&M-Kingsville† at Angelo State† at New Haven†

L L W W W L W W L W W W W L

19-20 7-17 36-28 35-28 32- 6 14-44 16- 7 19- 9 27-37 21-19 40-16 37-33 50-33 25-27

1996 (8-5, Indep.) 9/14 9/21 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/23 11/30 12/7

at Cal State Northridge Sacramento State Chico State at Humboldt State at Portland State Western New Mexico Saint Mary’s at Cal Poly at Sonoma State Southern Utah at Texas A&M-Kingsville† Central Oklahoma† at Carson-Newman†

L L W W L W W L W W W W L

31-56 24-27 20- 6 50-13 27-32 29- 3 31-10 13-17 49- 7 26-19 17-14 26- 7 26-29

1995 (6-3-1, Indep.) 9/9 9/16 9/23 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11

Western State Humboldt State Sonoma State at Montana at Portland State at Saint Mary’s Cal State Northridge at Sacramento State at Southern Utah Cal Poly

W T W L L L W W W W

48- 3 31-31 35- 0 20-41 13-40 24-33 38- 8 52-42 37-21 34-31

1994 (6-4, Indep.) 9/3 9/17 9/24 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12

at Pacific at Cal State Northridge Saint Mary’s Southern Utah Sacramento State at Cal Poly Sonoma State at Humboldt State Chico State at San Francisco State

L L W W W L W L W W

7-24 13-52 13- 0 41-16 27-24 31-32 43-13 21-33 35- 7 49-13

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All-Time Year-By-Year Scores 1991 (7-3, 3-2) 9/14 9/21 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16

American West Conference 1993

Cal Poly Cal State Hayward at Southern Utah Humboldt State at Chico State at Sonoma State Cal State Northridge at Saint Mary’s San Francisco State at Sacramento State Fort Hays State† Texas A&M-Kingsville†

1986 (10-1, 5-0) W W W L

31-28 31-21 13-12 18-50

W W L W W L

29-17 44- 6 20-24 24-21 16-13 12-23

at Santa Clara W Saint Mary’s W Sacramento State (Hughes) L at Cal State Northridge L Cal Poly L at Humboldt State W Chico State W at San Francisco State W at Cal State Hayward W Sonoma State W

31-19 35-19 12-16 10-14 0-19 45-22 24-18 27-25 38- 7 12- 7

1990 (7-3, 5-0)

1993 (10-2, 3-1) 9/11 9/12 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20 11/27

at Cal Poly Santa Clara at Saint Mary’s at Sacramento State (Hughes) Cal State Northridge Humboldt State at Chico State San Francisco State Cal State Hayward at Sonoma State

W W L W W W W W W W W L

37-26 52-13 27-28 45- 9 35-10 31-21 48-38 28-21 45-14 47-32 37-34 28-51

9/8 9/15 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10

Santa Clara at Nevada at Sacramento State (Hughes) San Francisco State Cal State Hayward at Sonoma State Cal State Northridge at Cal Poly Humboldt State at Chico State Angelo State†

W W L

28-27 24-17 20-21

W W W W L W W L

35-14 31- 7 28-19 24- 7 21-28 35-13 34-21 23-28

1988 (7-3-1, 5-0)

Northern California Athletic Conference 1982-92 1992 (8-2-1, 5-0) 9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21

at Cal State Northridge L at Santa Clara W Saint Mary’s W Sacramento State (Hughes) W Cal Poly T Sonoma State W at Humboldt State W Chico State W at San Francisco State W at Cal State Hayward W at Portland State† L

14-16 48-44 30-26 21-14 31-31 41-38 58-31 44-37 42-14 38-27 28-42

9/10 9/17 9/24 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19

at Santa Clara Nevada Sacramento State at San Francisco State at Cal State Hayward Sonoma State at Cal State Northridge Cal Poly at Humboldt State Chico State Sacramento State†

W L L W W W W T W W L

21-10 16-28 28-31 35- 0 30-14 42-13 31-13 21-21 26- 2 36-13 14-35

L W L W W W W W W W

17-34 21-15 0-41 24-22 31- 0 23-14 25-14 28- 0 28-10 41-13

1987 (8-2, 5-0) 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21

at Nevada Santa Clara at Cal Poly at Chico State San Francisco State Cal State Hayward at Sonoma State Cal State Northridge at Sacramento State Humboldt State

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Cal Poly at Santa Clara at Univ. of Pacific Chico State at San Francisco State at Cal State Hayward Sonoma State at Cal State Northridge Sacramento State at Humboldt State South Dakota†

1982 (12-1, 5-0) W W W W W W W W W W L

32-21 42-18 45-41 33-30 51- 3 24-14 12- 6 25-20 29- 6 45-28 23-26

L W W W W W W W W W

9-13 46-25 34-21 45-14 27- 8 65-12 41-22 38- 9 34- 6 37-30

L

12-31

W L W W W W W W W W L

13- 0 21-24 10- 6 46- 0 16-13 21- 7 13-12 52-16 42- 3 38-21 23-31

W W W W W W W W W W W L

24- 6 34- 0 31- 3 24-14 24- 6 24- 7 41- 9 42- 3 52-14 42- 0 25- 6 17-26

1985 (9-2, 5-0)

1989 (8-3, 5-0) 9/9 9/16 9/23 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18

9/20 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22 11/29

9/14 9/21 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/23

at Boise State Santa Clara at Cal Poly Humboldt State at Chico State San Francisco State Cal State Northridge at Sonoma State Cal State Hayward at Sacramento State (Hughes) North Dakota State†

1984 (9-2, 6-0) 9/15 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17 11/24

at Cal Lutheran at Santa Clara Cal Poly at Humboldt State Chico State at San Francisco State at Cal State Hayward Sonoma State at Cal State Northridge Sacramento State at North Dakota State†

1983 (11-1, 6-0) 9/17 9/24 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19 11/26 12/3

Cal Lutheran Humboldt State at Cal State Northridge at Cal Poly at Santa Clara at Chico State San Francisco State Cal State Hayward at Sacramento State Sonoma State Butler, Ind.† North Dakota State†

9/11 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20 11/27 12/4 12/11

at Univ. of Pacific at Cal Poly Pomona Cal State Northridge Cal Poly Santa Clara Chico State at San Francisco State at Cal State Hayward Sacramento State at Humboldt State Northern Michigan† North Dakota State† vs. SW Texas State†

W W W W W W W W W W W W L

23-22 37- 7 30-20 24- 0 28- 7 28-13 42- 6 41- 6 51- 6 31- 8 42-21 19-14 9-34

Far Western Conference 1925-81 1981 (6-4, 4-1) 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21

Puget Sound Cal State Northridge at Cal Poly Pomona at Humboldt State at Cal Poly San Francisco State at Santa Clara Chico State at Cal State Hayward Sacramento State

L L W L L W W W W W

0- 7 17-20 19- 7 18-20 0-30 6- 3 21-17 38- 9 23-14 21-13

1980 (7-2-1, 5-0) 9/13 9/20 9/28 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15

at Nevada T at Cal State Northridge W Cal Poly L Sacramento State (Hughes) W Humboldt State W Cal Poly Pomona W at San Francisco State W Santa Clara L at Chico State W Cal State Hayward W

13-13 27- 7 25-28 16- 6 20-17 35-21 48-32 27-34 35- 4 21-16

1979 (6-3-1, 5-0) 9/15 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17

Cal Lutheran Nevada at Cal Poly Sacramento State at Humboldt State at Cal Poly Pomona San Francisco State at Santa Clara Chico State at Cal State Hayward

T L L W W L W W W W

12-12 21-28 10-31 32- 7 24-13 21-24 22- 9 23-21 35-10 17- 0

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All-Time Year-By-Year Scores 1978 (8-3, 5-0) 9/16 9/23 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18 11/25

at Univ. of Pacific at Nevada at Puget Sound Cal State Hayward at Sacramento State Humboldt State Santa Clara at San Francisco State Cal Poly at Chico State Eastern Illinois†

1973 (7-3, 4-1) W L W W W W L W W W L

31-14 7-12 28-13 29-14 39- 0 19- 6 20-26 40-12 29-22 31- 2 31-35

1977 (11-1, 5-0) 9/17 9/24 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19 11/26 12/3

at Cal Lutheran Puget Sound at Cal Poly Pomona at Cal State Hayward Sacramento State at Humboldt State at Santa Clara San Francisco State Nevada Chico State Bethune-Cookman† Lehigh†

W W W W W W W W W W W L

24- 9 16-14 27-14 6- 0 28- 0 27-14 31- 3 21- 7 37-21 54-22 34-16 30-39

1976 (8-2, 5-0) 9/11 9/18 9/25 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20

Alumni Cal Poly Pomona at Cal State Northridge at Chico State Cal State Hayward at Sacramento State Humboldt State Santa Clara at San Francisco State at Cal Poly

W W L W W W W W W L

17-13 28- 7 3-17 26- 6 25-14 34- 0 35- 7 28-13 23- 9 14-26

1975 (7-3, 5-0) 9/13 9/20 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15

at Univ. of Pacific at UC Riverside Cal State Northridge Chico State at Cal State Hayward Sacramento State at Humboldt State at Santa Clara San Francisco State at Portland State

L W W W W W W L W L

13-31 31-22 20- 3 31- 0 6- 3 38- 3 20-10 28-29 37- 9 21-32

1974 (9-1, 5-0) 9/14 9/21 9/28 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/23

78

Portland State UC Riverside at Santa Clara at Chico State Cal State Hayward at Sacramento State Humboldt State at Boise State at San Francisco State Cal State Fullerton

W W W W W W W L W W

50-21 42- 7 23-22 28- 0 37- 0 22-17 14- 7 20-41 31- 7 30-21

9/14 9/22 9/29 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17 11/24

at Cal State Fullerton UC Riverside at Santa Clara Chico State at Cal State Hayward Sacramento State at Humboldt State Nevada San Francisco State Boise State

1968 (5-4, 3-2) L W W W L W W W W L

10-17 28- 3 13-10 21-10 20-47 24-15 31- 0 17- 6 22-13 31-32

1972 (6-2-2, 5-0) 9/16 9/23 9/30 10/7 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18 12/9

Whittier at UC Riverside Santa Clara at San Francisco State at Chico State Cal State Hayward at Sacramento State Humboldt State at Univ. of Pacific vs. Massachusetts (Atlantic City, N.J.)

T W T W W W W W L L

20-20 17-10 28-28 47-32 41-17 27-16 17-16 41-18 26-36 14-35

1971 (9-1, 5-1) 9/18 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20

Occidental at Univ. of San Francisco UC Riverside at Sonoma State San Francisco State at Nevada Chico State at Cal State Hayward Sacramento State at Humboldt State

W W W W W W L W W W

48- 9 23-17 41- 7 48-16 28-10 14-13 20-38 30-29 24-17 29-28

L W W W L W W L L W

6-20 24-14 28-18 35-21 11-24 13- 9 35-17 14-21 14-32 28- 0

L W L L W L L L L W

10-39 34-28 10-18 0- 6 45-13 16-21 12-30 10-20 20-49 35-34

1970 (6-4, 2-3) 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21

at Occidental Univ. of San Francisco at Whittier Humboldt State Sonoma State at San Francisco State Nevada at Chico State Cal State Hayward at Sacramento State

1969 (3-7, 0-5) 9/20 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22

Santa Clara Whittier Sacramento State at Humboldt State Cal Poly Pomona San Francisco State at Nevada Chico State at Cal State Hayward at UC Riverside

9/20 9/28 10/4 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16

at Occidental at Santa Clara Cal State Hayward at Sacramento State Humboldt State at Cal Poly Pomona at San Francisco State Nevada at Chico State

1963 (6-2-1, 3-1-1) W L L L L W W W W

19- 9 0- 3 14-30 7-24 8-29 17-15 30- 6 25-24 38- 7

W L W L L L L L W

19- 6 14-19 35- 0 19-40 6-23 18-34 8-49 17-21 28-20

L W W L W W L W L L

7-34 27- 7 10- 7 10-26 42-13 27-14 24-36 34-29 13-35 6-17

L L L L W W L W W L

7-18 14-16 6-20 6-34 34- 6 20-12 15-26 20-14 7- 6 28-35

1967 (3-6, 2-4) 9/23 9/30 10/6 10/14 10/20 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18

at UC Riverside at Occidental Chico State at Cal State Hayward Sacramento State at Humboldt State Santa Clara San Francisco State at Nevada

at Santa Clara UC Riverside at Whittier Nevada at Chico State Cal State Hayward at Sacramento State Humboldt State at Cal Poly Pomona at San Francisco State

Santa Clara at UC Riverside Whitter at UC Santa Barbara at Cal State Hayward Chico State at Nevada Sacramento State at Humboldt State San Francisco State

1964 (3-6, 2-3) 9/19 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/30 11/6 11/14 11/21

at Santa Clara at Whittier UC Santa Barbara at Chico State at San Francisco State UC Riverside Nevada at Sacramento State Humboldt State

W W L W L T W W W

28- 8 33- 0 14-17 28-13 0-10 10-10 7- 0 14- 8 17- 8

9/22 9/29 10/6 10/12 10/20 10/26 11/3 11/10 11/17

at Santa Clara Pomona College at Whittier Nevada Humboldt State San Francisco State at UC Santa Barbara at Chico State at Sacramento State

W W L W W L W L L

27- 6 41- 0 7-40 8- 6 7- 0 7-12 13- 0 14-20 7-27

W L W W L L L W W

21-14 8-20 40-12 36-12 18-20 8-13 0-13 28- 7 14- 0

1961 (5-4, 3-2)

1965 (4-6, 3-2) 9/17 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20

Santa Clara at Pomona College Whittier Chico State at Humboldt State San Francisco State at UC Santa Barbara at Nevada Sacramento State

1962 (5-4, 2-3)

1966 (5-5, 3-3) 9/17 9/24 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19

9/20 9/28 10/5 10/11 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/15

L L L W L W W L L

0-12 6-33 0-28 19- 3 14-34 39- 0 21- 6 0-27 7-14

Santa Clara at Whittier UC Riverside at Nevada at Humboldt State at San Francisco State at UC Santa Barbara Chico State Sacramento State

1960 (0-8-1, 0-5) at Pacific-Oregon Whittier at UC Riverside Nevada Humboldt State San Francisco State at UC Santa Barbara at Chico State at Sacramento State

L L L L L L T L L

0-28 0-14 6-12 22-40 8-30 0-41 6- 6 12-14 0-31

L W L L L L L L L

0-21 14- 7 8-13 6-28 8-10 12-21 0-46 10-30 6-21

L L W W W L L W W

6- 9 0-20 12- 6 14- 2 18- 6 6- 8 14-27 14- 8 22-14

1959 (1-8, 0-5) at Whittier Pacific-Oregon Occidental at Nevada at UC Santa Barbara at Humboldt State at San Francisco State Chico State Sacramento State

1958 (5-4, 3-2) Whittier Willamette at Occidental Nevada Humboldt State at Chico State San Francisco State at UC Santa Barbara at Sacramento State

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All-Time Year-By-Year Scores 1957 (1-7-1, 0-5) at Willamette Cal Ramblers Long Beach State Nevada at Humboldt State at San Francisco State at UC Santa Barbara Chico State Sacramento State

T W L L L L L L L

1951 (5-4, 3-1) 13-13 21- 0 6-12 13-21 0-25 0-46 0-39 6-28 0-26

1956 (7-3, 4-1) Pacific-Oregon Cal Ramblers at Nevada at Sacramento State at UC Santa Barbara Humboldt State San Francisco State at Chico State at Long Beach State at Portland State

W W W W W W L W L L

26- 0 19- 0 27-19 33-26 14- 6 14- 0 0-10 13- 7 0-10 21-32

1955 (5-3-1, 3-1-1) at Pacific-Oregon Cal Ramblers at Humboldt State at San Francisco State Sacramento State at Nevada at UC Santa Barbara Occidental Chico State

W L T W W W W L L

7- 0 6- 7 7- 7 27- 7 29- 0 26- 7 7- 0 6-30 13-21

1954 (1-7, 1-4-0) Cal Ramblers San Francisco State vs. Sacramento State (Hughes) Humboldt State Nevada at UC Santa Barbara at Occidental at Chico State

L L W L L L L L

6-35 7-41 14- 0 0-21 0-13 0-32 13-44 7-40

0-27 13-14 27-13 30-21 39- 7 13- 7 34-21 12-25 7-25

1950 (3-5, 3-1) Occidental Stanford Reserves Humboldt State at Whittier at Southern Oregon San Francisco State at UC Santa Barbara at Chico State

L L W L W L L W

0-24 12-26 40- 2 7-27 8- 6 26-32 0-26 26- 7

1949 (5-4, 4-0) at Occidental Stanford Reserves at Humboldt State Southern Oregon at UC Santa Barbara at San Francisco State Whittier Chico State Pear Bowl at Medford, Ore. vs. Pacific (Ore.)

L W W W L W L W

0-26 14- 6 33- 6 14-13 6-40 31-13 13-20 12- 3

L

15-33

Fairfield AFB Occidental at Southern Oregon at Chico State Humboldt State San Francisco State at UC Santa Barbara at Whittier

L L L L L L W T

7-14 13-33 20-21 0-40 0-13 6-20 25- 6 0- 0

L L L L L L L W W

7-41 6-22 13-26 13-27 19-40 21-28 0-48 13-12 20-19

Cal Ramblers at Occidental at San Francisco State at Whittier UC Santa Barbara at Humboldt State Stanford Reserves Southern Oregon at Chico State

W L L L W L L L

37- 6 0-28 26-49 7-19 15- 7 0-25 6-27 7-14

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1936 (3-4, 1-2)

World War II

California Humboldt State Nevada Sacramento C.C. Univ. of Pacific Chico State La Verne

1942 (1-6, 0-2) Cal Ramblers Chico State Stockton Motor Univ. of Pacific Nevada Whittier Navy Flight B

L L W L L L L

13-19 0- 6 25- 0 7-15 0-14 6-18 0- 7

1941 (2-2-4, 2-1) Cal Ramblers Whittier Humboldt State Univ. of Pacific Chico State Occidental UC Santa Barbara Nevada

T L W L W T T T

7- 7 0- 7 21- 0 0- 7 7- 0 6- 6 6- 6 14-14

1940 (4-4-1, 2-1) Arizona State Cal Ramblers San Francisco State Occidental Humboldt State Univ. of Pacific UC Santa Barbara Cal Poly Chico State

L L W T W L W L W

13-21 7-15 35- 0 6- 6 20- 0 6- 7 14- 6 7-20 12- 6

California San Francisco State Humboldt State Sacramento C.C. Nevada Cal Poly Univ. of Pacific Chico State

L W W W L W L L

14-32 7- 0 12- 2 12- 6 0- 3 28- 0 12-21 7- 9

1938 (2-6-1, 0-2-1) L L W W L W L W L

0-20 14-26 20- 0 14- 0 14-26 12- 7 14-26 21- 6 7-12

Whittier San Francisco State California Sacramento C.C. Chico State Fresno State Cal Ramblers UC Santa Barbara Univ. of Pacific

L W L W T L L L L

6-27 20- 0 0-48 10- 0 0- 0 7-34 3-13 6-18 6-34

W W L L L W W L

13- 7 6- 0 0-35 0-14 0-19 12- 0 26- 0 6-13

1937 (4-4, 2-2)

1946 (0-5-2, No league) San Francisco State Cal Ramblers Chico State Humboldt State Stanford Reserves UC Santa Barbara Univ. of Pacific

1943-45 (No Games)

1939 (4-4, 3-0)

1947 (4-5, 3-1)

1952 (2-7, 2-1) at Fresno State Occidental at Nevada at Whittier Cal Ramblers Humboldt State at UC Santa Barbara at Southern Oregon at Chico State

L L W W W W W L L

1948 (2-6, 1-3)

1953 (1-6-1, 0-1-1) at Chico State at Humboldt State Cal Ramblers Whittier Nevada at UC Santa Barbara Southern Oregon Chico State

Fresno State at Occidental at Humboldt State Cal Ramblers Southern Oregon at UC Santa Barbara Chico State at San Francisco State vs. Pacific (Ore.) (Pear Bowl at Medford, Ore.)

L L L T T L L

6-13 14-21 0-13 7- 7 14-14 7-14 6-31

San Francisco State Sacramento C.C. Brigham Young California Fresno State Nevada Chico State Univ. of Pacific

L W L L L W W

0-39 18- 0 6-24 0-20 0-13 16-12 46- 7

1935 (2-6-1, 1-3) California Humboldt State Cal Ramblers Sacramento C.C. Chico State Nevada San Francisco C.C. Fresno State Univ. of Pacific

L L L T W L W L L

0-47 0-19 0-47 7- 7 21- 3 6-12 7- 6 6-32 0-26

1934 (0-5-3, 0-2-2) California Nevada San Jose State UCLA Chico State Fresno State Cal Ramblers Sacramento C.C.

L T T L L L L T

0-54 0- 0 0- 0 0-49 3- 6 13-40 0-14 0- 0

L W W L L L L

0-39 13- 0 13- 6 0-20 7-13 0-20 7-20

1933 (2-5, 1-4) California Chico State Sacramento C.C. Fresno State Univ. of Pacific San Jose State Nevada

1932 (1-8-1, 1-4) California UCLA Southern Oregon Fresno State Univ. of Pacific Nevada Sacramento C.C. Chico State Stanford San Jose State

L L T W L L L L L L

6-20 10-26 12-12 3- 0 0-30 0-16 8-13 6-16 0-59 7-19

1931 (4-2-2, 2-1-2) San Diego Marines Sacramento C.C. Nevada West Coast Army Univ. of Pacific Fresno State San Jose State Chico State

W W W L T L W T

20- 6 14- 4 12- 0 6-25 20-20 7-20 13- 0 0- 0

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All-Time Year-By-Year Scores 1930 (0-7-1, 0-5-1) Santa Clara San Jose State Oregon State Nevada L West Coast Army Fresno State Loyola L Univ. of Pacific

L T L 0-31 L L 4- 7 L

1924 (5-4-1) 0-27 0- 0 0-20 0-12 7-27 6-10

1929 (6-2, 3-1) Oregon State Brigham Young San Jose State Univ. of Pacific Nevada W Loyola L Fresno State Chico State

L 0-19 W 19- 0 W 13- 0 W 20- 0 19- 0 0- 6 W 22- 0 W 23- 0

1928 (6-3, 3-1) Oregon State Brigham Young Chico State Sacramento C.C. St. Ignatius (USF) Nevada W Univ. of Pacific Loyola W Fresno State

L L W L L 6- 0 W 6- 0 W

0-14 6- 7 22- 0 12-65 0-14 26- 0 13- 0

1927 (4-3-1, 2-1) Arbuckle Amer. Legion Oregon State Chico State Brigham Young College of Pacific Olympic Club St. Ignatius (USF) Fresno State

W L W T W L L W

32- 0 6-25 7- 0 0- 0 24-10 0-33 2- 7 13- 7

1926 (2-6-1, 0-4) U.S. Naval Hospital Brigham Young Saint Mary’s College of Pacific St. Ignatius (USF) Nevada L Fresno State Montana L Cal Tech T

W 37- 7 W 17- 0 L 7-20 L 3-19 L 0- 6 7-45 L 7-23 0-21 6- 6

U.S. Naval Hospital St. Ignatius (USF) Olympic Club Chico State Santa Clara Univ. of Pacific Woodland Amer. Legion Saint Mary’s Arizona L Pasadena A.C.

1919 (2-5) W W T W L L W L 6-12 W

34- 7 16- 6 0- 0 23- 0 0- 6 14-17 12- 7 6-42 13- 7

1923 (2-7) Santa Clara Nevada L Chico State Stanford Frosh Cal Frosh L Fresno State Saint Mary’s Arizona W Univ. of Pacific

L 6- 7 0-41 L 0-38 W 7- 6 0-18 L 14-26 L 7-42 9- 7 L 0- 7

1922 (3-4-2) Mare Island Mare Island Mar. Chico State Cal Ramblers Cal Frosh L Cal Frosh L Nevada L San Jose State Fresno State

W 63- 0 L 6-12 W 49- 0 T 0- 0 0-14 0-21 2- 6 W 58- 0 T 0- 0

1921 (3-4) Preston Academy Cal Ramblers Santa Clara Cal Frosh L Nevada L Mare Island Agnetian Club

W 13- 7 L 7-35 L 0-49 0-20 13-21 W 7- 0 W 38- 0

Preston Academy Cal Frosh Stanford Frosh Nevada U.S.S. Boston Saint Mary’s Nevada

W L L L W L L

38- 0 0- 7 6-19 0-12 19- 0 0-14 7-41

1918 (No Games) World War I

1917 (1-2) St. Ignatius (USF) Preston Academy Nevada

L L W

7-13 0-48 27- 7

W W W W W W W L

65-26 7- 6 13- 3 7- 3 24- 6 10- 9 26- 7 0- 3

L W W L W

0- 9 10- 7 14-10 6-14 21-14

1916 (7-1) Preston Academy Cal Frosh Saint Mary’s Cal Ramblers Nevada Olympic Club Nevada Cal Frosh

1915 (3-2) Saint Mary’s Cal Frosh Nevada Cal Ramblers S.F. Nationals * NCAA Playoffs

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1920 (3-4) U.S.S. Boston Nevada Cal Ramblers Santa Clara Stanford Frosh Cal Frosh Olympic Club

W L W L L L L

27- 0 3- 7 18- 0 0-19 13- 7 0-13 0-21

1925 (5-3, 2-2) U.S. Naval Hospital Olympic Club Saint Mary’s St. Ignatius (USF) Fresno State College of Pacific Nevada L Cal Tech W

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W 18- 0 L 7-34 L 13-32 W 3- 0 W 6- 0 W 12- 7 0-19 22- 6

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Biggest Wins, Biggest Losses MOST POINTS - UC DAVIS T1 Aggies 65, San Francisco State 12 (Toomey) .......................................................................................................1985 T1 Aggies 65, Preston Academy 26.........................................................................................................................1916 3 Aggies 64, Western Oregon (Away) ...................................................................................................................2002 T4 Aggies 63, Cal Poly 28 (Away) .........................................................................................................................2000 T4 Aggies 63, Mare Island 0...................................................................................................................................1922 6 Aggies 62, Mesa State 18 (Toomey) ................................................................................................................. *2000 7 Aggies 59, Western Oregon 28 (Away) ..............................................................................................................2000 T8 Aggies 58, Sacramento State 23 (Toomey)............................................................................................................2004 T8 Aggies 58, Humboldt State 31............................................................................................................................1992 T8 Aggies 58, San Jose State 0...............................................................................................................................1922 MOST POINTS - OPPONENTS 1 Sacramento City College 65, Aggies 12...............................................................................................................1928 2 Cal Poly 63, Aggies 28 (Aggie Stadium)..............................................................................................................2007 3 Stanford 59, Aggies 0........................................................................................................................................1932 4 Bloomsburg 58, Aggies 48 (Toomey) . .................................................................................................................2000 5 Cal State Northridge 56, Aggies 31 (Away).........................................................................................................1996 T6 Texas A&M-Kingsville 54, Aggies 21 (Toomey) ................................................................................................... *1998 T6 California 54, Aggies 0......................................................................................................................................1934 8 Cal State Northridge 52, Aggies 13 (Away).........................................................................................................1994 T9 Fresno State 51, Aggies 0 (Away)......................................................................................................................... 2009 T9 Cal Poly 51, Aggies 28 (Away)...........................................................................................................................2008 T9 Texas A&M-Kingsville 51, Aggies 28 (Toomey).................................................................................................... *1993 * - NCAA Division II Playoff Game MOST POINTS - BOTH TEAMS 1 106 - Bloomsburg 58, UC Davis 48 (Toomey) ......................................................................................................2000 2 95 - Aggies 49, San Diego 46 (Aggie Stadium)....................................................................................................2007 3 94 - Aggies 52, Sacramento State 42 (Away).......................................................................................................1995 4 92 - Aggies 48, Santa Clara 44 (Away)...............................................................................................................1992 T5 91 - Cal Poly 63, Aggies 28 (Aggie Stadium).......................................................................................................2007 T5 91 - Aggies 63, Cal Poly 28 (Away) ...................................................................................................................2000 T5 91 - Aggies 65, Preston Academy 26 .................................................................................................................1916 8 89 - Aggies 58, Humboldt State (Away)................................................................................................................1992 T9 87 - Aggies 59, Western Oregon 28 (Away) .......................................................................................................2000 T9 87 - Cal State Northridge 56, Aggies 31 (Away)...................................................................................................1996 WINNING MARGINS 1 63 - Aggies 63, 2 58 - Aggies 58, 3 53 - Aggies 65, T4 52 - Aggies 54, T4 52 - Aggies 52, 6 49 - Aggies 49, T7 48 - Aggies 51, T7 48 - Aggies 55, 10 45 - Aggies 45, 9 46 - Aggies 46,

Mare Island 0............................................................................................................................1922 San Jose State 0.........................................................................................................................1922 San Francisco State12 (Toomey)...................................................................................................1985 Western Oregon 2 (Away)...........................................................................................................2004 South Dakota State 0 (Toomey).....................................................................................................2004 Chico State 0.............................................................................................................................1922 San Francisco State 3 (Away)......................................................................................................1986 New Mexico Highlands (Toomey) ................................................................................................2000 West Chester, 0 (Away) . ............................................................................................................2000 Humboldt State 0 (Away).............................................................................................................1984

LOSING MARGINS 1 59 - Stanford 59, Aggies 0.................................................................................................................................1932 2 54 - California 54, Aggies 0...............................................................................................................................1934 3 53 - Sacramento City College 65, Aggies 12........................................................................................................1928 T4 51- Fresno State 51, Aggies 0 (Away)................................................................................................................... 2009 T4 49 - Santa Clara 49, Aggies 0............................................................................................................................1921 T4 49 - UCLA 49, Aggies 0 ....................................................................................................................................1934 T7 48 - UC Santa Barbara 48, Aggies 0...................................................................................................................1952 T7 48 - California 48, Aggies 0 ..............................................................................................................................1938 T7 48 - Preston Academy 48, Aggies 0 ...................................................................................................................1917 T10 47 - Cal Ramblers 47, Aggies 0..........................................................................................................................1935 T10 47 - California 47, Aggies 0...............................................................................................................................1935

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Year-By-Year Team Statistics (1960-Present) FIRST DOWNS RUSHING PASSING TOTAL OFFENSE Year W-L Rush Pass Pen Att Yds TDs Att-Cmp-Int Yds TDs Plays Yds Avg. 2009 6-5 56 152 15 324 992 10 450-280-8 3020 22 774 4012 364.7 2008 5-7 82 182 16 393 1409 16 492-321-18 3708 28 885 5117 426.4 2007 5-6 63 141 19 346 1188 15 431-269-11 3269 25 777 4457 405.2 2006 6-5 72 135 16 349 1133 16 406-251-9 2883 21 755 4016 365.1 2005 6-5 75 146 8 407 1094 12 474-267-16 2965 13 881 4059 369.0 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000

6-4 6-4 9-3 10-3 12-1

67 79 104 120 125

126 118 129 174 165

25 13 14 12 24

359 405 520 476 485

1144 1426 2143 2350 2396

18 17 21 30 35

348-213-11 317-183-9 319-204-13 437-276-17 380-240-13

2883 2525 2964 4149 4346

21 15 24 34 45

707 722 839 913 865

4027 3951 5107 6499 6742

402.7 395.1 425.6 499.9 518.6

1999 1998 1997 1996 1995

10-2 10-2 9-5 8-5 6-3-1

83 86 107 109 95

139 151 183 150 115

21 17 22 24 19

464 399 496 497 416

1554 1788 1758 1770 1772

26 22 10 20 24

364-221-13 450-254-10 558-321-22 449-258-14 340-194-9

3336 3524 4210 3697 2590

27 31 37 29 20

828 849 1054 946 756

4890 5312 5968 5449 4362

407.5 442.7 426.3 419.2 436.2

1994 1993 1992 1991 1990

6-4 10-2 8-2-1 7-3 8-2

100 164 122 58 85

101 148 109 121 100

14 9 10 9 18

421 495 424 341 389

1874 2877 2286 902 1294

23 32 33 10 14

327-173-18 432-223-13 318-173-11 387-214-16 350-203-13

2325 3243 2604 2651 2490

16 29 20 17 16

748 927 742 728 739

4199 6120 4890 3553 3784

419.9 510.0 444.5 355.3 378.4

1989 1988 1987 1986 1985

8-3 7-3-1 8-2 10-1 9-2

85 77 80 91 97

132 90 96 135 100

20 18 11 16 16

424 403 428 436 460

1490 1435 1422 1634 1699

18 20 15 23 24

393-241-11 337-186-6 307-186-13 365-258-9 296-202-10

2920 2288 2102 3060 2767

17 16 15 24 21

817 740 735 800 756

4410 3723 3524 4694 4466

400.9 338.5 352.4 426.7 406.0

1984 1983 1982 1981 1980

9-2 11-1 12-1 6-4 7-2-1

72 93 95 90 90

119 125 143 64 83

12 9 18 12 16

412 477 500 446 448

1360 1756 1816 1155 1499

16 28 27 10 17

359-229-10 381-238-14 425-258-11 231-120-9 279-150-9

2880 2615 3405 1481 2309

20 19 23 8 15

771 858 925 693 727

4240 4371 5221 2636 3808

385.5 364.3 401.6 263.6 380.8

1979 1978 1977 1976 1975

6-3-1 8-3 11-1 8-2 7-3

102 80 98 94 96

50 99 94 80 81

7 13 18 20 11

434 454 500 424 421

1782 1375 16 1381 19 1608 15 1581 12

189-79-9 339-181-15 360-194-19 302-164-13 296-148-19

1277 2422 2455 1929 2037

9 23 24 8 17

623 793 860 726 717

3059 3797 3836 3537 3618

305.9 345.2 319.7 353.7 361.8

1974 1973 1972 1971 1970

9-1 7-3 6-2-2 9-1 6-4

93 62 99 78 85

100 91 115 88 85

16 10 25 14 20

441 363 363 403 454

1688 12 1259 9 1415 1353 1380 15

294-156-15 317-147-22 387-213-20 286-144-18 282-148-21

2005 2027 2679 2116 1898

23 17 16 22 12

735 680 750 689 736

3693 3286 4094 3469 3278

369.3 328.6 409.4 346.9 327.8

1969 1968 1967 1966 1965

3-7 5-4 3-6 5-5 4-6

63 47 58 67 84

76 75 68 72 48

15 22 17 18 18

434 378 362 406 441

1292 905 1056 1244 1456

326-137-22 314-149-19 306-126-29 268-144-22 197-84-11

1923 1823 1526 1763 969

10 12 12 15 10

760 692 668 674 638

3215 2728 2582 3007 2425

321.5 303.1 286.9 300.7 242.5

1964 1963 1962 1961 1960

3-6 69 47 10 5-2-1 75 31 5 5-4 5-4 102 24 6 0-8-1 45 40 14

354 359 402 458 259

1187 1364 1416 1891 695

215-92-11 119-50-11 127-57-5 103-49-8 227-98-24

1020 581 570 633 772

7 569 3 478 3 5 2

2207 1945 1986 2524 1467

245.2 243.1 220.7 280.4 163.0

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Year-By-Year Team Statistics (1960-Present) SCORING Year TDs FG/FGA XP/XPA 2009 34 12/15 32/34 2008 45 10/13 42/42 2007 42 4/12 36/40 2006 40 11/15 32/37 2005 27 10/19 21/24

Kick Ret Average 18.7 17.4 19.2 20.8 17

Punt Ret Interceptions Fumbles Penalties Average By/Yds Total/Lost No./Yds 4.4 7/144 16/9 78-682 8.1 10/59 15/8 97/853 10.4 6/178 24/9 95/854 6.4 16/225 14/6 75/762 8.9 16/143 24/10 72/623

3rd Down 4th Down Conv./Att Conv/Att 67/158 11/19 78/174 17/29 64/152 8/22 71/159 12/20 87/201 10/21

Sacks By/Yds 20/135 24/155 24/178 19/153 33/227

2004 2003 2002 2001 2000

44 36 50 68 85

5/9 15/19 7/9 6/7 10/13

34/38 32/34 45/48 56/64 80/83

22.2 20.5 18.6 22.7 17.7

21.3 7.5 10.1 9 14.3

15/224 14/185 13/163 14/129 20/225

20/13 20/10 29/16 30/17 27/15

94/717 81/719 94/836 112/942 109/978

52/128 50/145 54/154 80/163 73/141

6/11 8/16 9/22 7/16 8/10

21/128 21/161 46/299 39/286 43/298

1999 1998 1997 1996 1995

56 56 51 50 45

3/5 3/6 10/18 9/18 7/14

44/54 49/54 34/44 34/42 35/40

18.4 18.7 21 20.2 22.3

5.1 14.7 6.9 9.8 5.1

10/89 17/218 17/284 10/128 14/107

24/14 28/15 28/14 31/15 25/14

111/975 137/1217 127/1022 120/928 80/678

72/168 52/160 80/213 81/190 57/144

11/21 10/18 9/18 10/24 9/18

53/378 45/306 50/386 44/288 23/173

1994 1993 1992 1991 1990

40 62 54 30 30

2/13 10/14 6/12 8/15 9/18

30/40 50/62 48/54 22/30 25/31

17.2 18.2 18.5 17.9 18.3

9.7 5.5 14.4 12.7 4.4

11/100 13/126 10/116 13/95 13/42

27/12 14/7 18/9 21/13 21/8

93/853 47/141 12/28 83/718 76/162 15/19 84/747 50/128 7/10 73/599 56/157 7/20 81/673

20/131 29/194 39/241 36/258 29/145

1989 1988 1987 1986 1985

39 39 31 48 49

10/16 36/40 10/18 8/17 28/30 13/16 32/39 16/21 38/41

20.3 17.6 16.2 19.4 19.1

2.9 5.2 7.5 6.3 6.7

15/285 16/201 11/59 17/171 13/95

21/6 22/12 33/15 14/9 30/13

88/722 65/625 58/163 75/628 51/– 93/824 40/– 100/871 76/151

1984 1983 1982 1981 1980

38 50 55 20 33

9/18 12/22 9/14 7/11 12/17

30/33 42/50 42/48 12/15 23/26

20.6 18.4 17.5 17.6 20.2

8.5 6.2 4.9 4.8 2.8

15/168 24/321 26/365 8/115 6/45

22/10 29/12 35/16 18/5 26/12

90/798 61/161 96/812 74/189 68/– 113/1072 61/184 64/678 46/150 80/952

1979 1978 1977 1976 1975

30 42 46 26 31

4/10 7/12 5/12 17/22 10/20

19/34 29/42 36/46 22/26 27/31

18.6 22.1 21.1 20.5 16.6

6.4 5.3 3.9 6.3 7.9

16/229 16/304 28/378 15/175 24/237

28/14 34/17 28/20 33/21 31/13

87/914 78/813 96/1038 79/837 60/681

1974 1973 1972 1971 1970

37 28 37 41 29

12/16 7/15 8/13 7/7 2/6

31/37 25/28 31/34 35/39 24/29

22.3 20.6 17.1 17.4 17.1

15.6 6 3.9 7.7 7.7

16/56 8/48 11/261 10/176 22/247

32/15 26/14 13/6 22/13 23/12

69/689 79/700 73/790 80/696 69/643

1969 1968 1967 1966 1965

25 6/14 20 5/12 21 6/15 28 2/2 23

20/25 18/19 13/21 16/20 15/15

15.6 17.5 18.7 20.2 18.6

6.4 7.1 8.5 12.4 9.4

20/193 24/251 21/200 18/194 6/10

33/20 45/22 35/19 30/20 24/11

70/756 86/760 46/323 47/379 47/423

1964 16 9/9 16.3 8 9/76 24/18 1963 19 1/1 14/14 18.1 8.1 12/158 14/10 1962 7/40 1961 10/65 28/15 1960 23/–

57/508 34/287 54/502 50/483

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Individual Records SCORING POINTS Game: Matt Brown at Cal Poly, 2000 . ................................................................30 G.P. Muhammad at Clarion, 1997 (ot) Game (Regulation): Matt Brown at Cal Poly, 2000 . ................................................................30 Season: Preston Jackson, 1993...........................................................................148 Season (RS): Matt Brown, 2000 ...............................................................................114 Career: Eddie Loretto, 1985-88..........................................................................273 Career (RS): Eddie Loretto, 1985-88..........................................................................266 TOUCHDOWNS Game: Matt Brown, at Cal Poly, 2000 . .................................................................5 G.P. Muhammad at Clarion, 1997 (ot).........................................................5 Game (Regulation): Matt Brown at Cal Poly, 2000 . ..................................................................5 Season: Preston Jackson, 1993.............................................................................24 Season (RS): Matt Brown, 2000 .................................................................................19 Career: Matt Brown, 2000 .................................................................................40 Preston Jackson, 1991-93........................................................................40 Career (RS): Matt Brown, 2000 .................................................................................35 POINTS AFTER TOUCHDOWN Game: Eric Friend, vs. Mesa State, 2000 . .............................................................8 Eric Friend, at Cal Poly , 2000 Eddie Loretto vs. S.F. State, 1985 Season: Eric Friend, 2000 ...................................................................................77 Season (RS): Eric Friend, 2000 ...................................................................................57 Career: Eric Friend, 2000 .................................................................................171 Career (RS): Eric Friend, 2000..................................................................................143 PAT KICKS ATTEMPTED Game: Dusty Apocotos, at Western Oregon, 2002 . ................................................9 Eric Friend, vs. Mesa State, 2000 Eric Friend, at Cal Poly, 2000 Eddie Loretto vs. S.F. State, 1985 Season: Eric Friend, 2000 ...................................................................................79 Season (RS): Eric Friend, 2000 ...................................................................................58 Career: Eric Friend, 1997-2000 ........................................................................189 Career (RS): Eric Friend, 1997-2000 ........................................................................159 PAT KICK PERCENTAGE Season (Min. 25 attempts): Rafael Fernandez, 1989 (35/35).......................................................1.000 Eddie Loretto, 1988 (34/34) Career (Min. 50 attempts): Rolf Benirschke, 1974-76 (58/60)...................................................... .967 FIELD GOALS Game: Season: Season (RS): Career: Career (RS):

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EMMANUEL BENJAMIN vs. Southern Utah, 2005...........................................4 Ray Hill vs. Saint Mary’s, 1997 Eddie Loretto vs. Cal St. Northridge, 1986 Rod Holmquist vs. Humboldt State, 1980 Rolf Benirschke vs. Chico State, 1976 Eddie Loretto, 1985 ...............................................................................16 Eddie Loretto, 1985 ...............................................................................16 Eddie Loretto, 1985-88............................................................................47 Eddie Loretto, 1985-88............................................................................46

SCORING, cont. FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: not available Season: Eddie Loretto, 1985.................................................................................21 Season (RS): Eddie Loretto, 1985.................................................................................21 Career: Eddie Loretto, 1985-88............................................................................72 Career (RS): Eddie Loretto, 1985-88............................................................................70 MOST POINTS KICKING Game: not available Season: Eric Friend, 2000 .................................................................................107 Season (RS): Eddie Loretto, 1985.................................................................................85 Career: Eddie Loretto, 1985-88..........................................................................273 Career (RS): Eddie Loretto, 1985-88..........................................................................266

RUSHING NET YARDS GAINED Game: Mike Ichiyama, vs. Chico, 1994 (42 att)..................................................309 Season: Preston Jackson, 1993........................................................................1,826 Season (RS): Preston Jackson, 1993........................................................................1,552 Career: G.P. Muhammad, 1995-98..................................................................3,589 Career (RS): G.P. Muhammad, 1995-98..................................................................3,148 MOST 100-YARD GAMES Consec.: Preston Jackson, 1992-93........................................................................12 Season: Preston Jackson, 1992.............................................................................10 Career: Preston Jackson, 1991-93........................................................................21 ATTEMPTS Game: Season: Season (RS): Career: Career (RS):

Mike Ichiyama, vs. Chico, 1994................................................................42 Preston Jackson, 1993...........................................................................296 Preston Jackson, 1993...........................................................................244 G.P. Muhammad, 1995-98.....................................................................685 Ron Austin, 1977-80.............................................................................623

YARDS PER CARRY Game (Min. 10 atts): ..................................................................................... not available Season (Min. 100 attempts): Preston Jackson, 1992............................................................................6.3 Career (Min. 200 attempts): Preston Jackson, 1991-93.......................................................................6.2 TOUCHDOWNS Game: Matt Brown, at Cal Poly, 2000 . .................................................................5 G.P. Muhammad, vs. Clarion, 1997 (ot) Game (Regulation): Matt Brown, at Cal Poly , 2000 . ................................................................5 Season: Preston Jackson, 1993.............................................................................24 Season (RS): Matt Brown, 2000..................................................................................18 Preston Jackson, 1993 Career: Preston Jackson, 1993.............................................................................40 Career (RS): Matt Brown, 2000 .................................................................................34 Preston Jackson, 1991-93 YARDS GAINED BY QUARTERBACK Game: Jim Wilson, vs. So. Oregon, 1953 (9 att).................................................126 Season: Khari Jones, 1993.................................................................................541 Career: Khari Jones, 1991-93............................................................................883

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RECEIVING, cont.

YARDS GAINED Game: Kevin Daft, vs. Southern Utah, 1998........................................................495 Season: J.T. O’Sullivan, 2001..........................................................................3,826 Season (RS): Greg Denham, 2008...........................................................................3,478 Career: J.T. O’Sullivan, 1998-2001 .............................................................10,745 Career (RS): Jon Grant, 2003-06............................................................................8,220 MOST 300-YARD GAMES Consec: Greg Denham, 2008..................................................................................5 Season: J.T. O’Sullivan, 2000 ................................................................................7 Career: J.T. O’Sullivan, 1998-2001 .....................................................................17 ATTEMPTS Game: Season: Season (RS): Career: Career (RS):

Kevin Daft, vs. New Haven, 1997............................................................#64 Kevin Daft 1997...................................................................................486 Greg Denham, 2008..............................................................................451 Jon Grant, 2003-06............................................................................1,154 Jon Grant, 2003-06............................................................................1,154

COMPLETIONS Game: Kevin Daft, vs. New Haven, 1997............................................................#43 Season: Greg Denham, 2008..............................................................................296 Season (RS): Greg Denham, 2008..............................................................................296 Career: Jon Grant, 2003-06...............................................................................690 Career (RS): Jon Grant, 2003-06...............................................................................690 # - set NCAA Division II Playoff Record TOUCHDOWN PASSES Game: J.T. O’Sullivan, vs. Mesa St., 2000 .............................................................6 Season: J.T. O’Sullivan, 2000 ..............................................................................38 Season (RS): Kevin Daft, 1998....................................................................................28 Career: J.T. O’Sullivan, 1998-2001 .....................................................................96 Career (RS): J.T. O’Sullivan, 1998-2001 .....................................................................72 COMPLETION PERCENTAGE Season (Min. 100 attempts): Chris Petersen, 1986 (250/354)..........................................................70.6 Career: Chris Petersen, 1985-86 (386/554).....................................................69.7

TOUCHDOWNS Game: John Shoemaker, vs. Western Washington, 1999 .........................................4 Season: Michael Oliva, 2001 ...............................................................................13 John Shoemaker, 1999 . .........................................................................13 John Shoemaker, 1998............................................................................13 Season (RS): John Shoemaker, 1998............................................................................12 Career: John Shoemaker, 1996-99 . ....................................................................33 Career (RS): John Shoemaker, 1996-99 . ....................................................................29 YARDS PER CATCH Season (Min. 15 receptions): Onome Ojo, 2000 . .............................................................................26.2 Career (Min. 50 receptions): Onome Ojo, 1998-2000 ......................................................................24.1

TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS GAINED Game: Kevin Daft, vs. New Haven, 1997 (482 passing, 23 rushing)....................#505 Season: J.T. O’Sullivan, 2001 .........................................................................4,197 Season (RS): Greg Denham, 2008...........................................................................3,314 Career: J.T. O’Sullivan, 1998-2001 ..............................................................11,544 Career (RS): J.T. O’Sullivan, 1998-2001 ................................................................8,748 TOTAL PLAYS Game: Kevin Daft, vs. New Haven, 1997............................................................#69 Season: Kevin Daft, 1997..................................................................................566 Season (RS): not available Career: Jon Grant, 2003-06............................................................................1,415 Career (RS): Jon Grant, 2003-06............................................................................1,415

PUNTING

RECEIVING RECEPTIONS Game: Season: Season (RS): Career: Career (RS):

MOST 100-YARD GAMES Consec: Tony Kays, 2005.......................................................................................4 Michael Oliva, 2001 Season: Charley Enos, 2000 . ................................................................................8 Career: Charley Enos, 1998-2001 .......................................................................14

Chris Carter, vs. Montana, 2009................................................... 18 Tony Kays, 2005.....................................................................................93 Tony Kays, 2005.....................................................................................93 Chris Carter, 2006-09...................................................................213 Chris Carter, 2006-09...................................................................213

YARDS GAINED Game: Michael Oliva, vs. Tex.-Kingsville, 2001 ...................................................233 Season: Michael Oliva, 2001 ..........................................................................1,365 Season (RS): Tony Kays, 2005 . .............................................................................1,213 Career: Michael Oliva, 1999-2002 .................................................................3,379 Career (RS): Charley Enos, 1998-2001 .................................................................2,777 2009 Marks in Bold CURRENT AGGIES IN ALL CAPS

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AVERAGE (Min. 2.5 punts per game): Season: Bill Ingram, 1969 (74 att.).................................................................42.28 Season (RS): Bill Ingram, 1969 (74 att.).................................................................42.28 Career: Chris Shibel, 2001-04 (198 att.).........................................................40.72 Career (RS): Chris Shibel, 2001-04 (172 att.).........................................................40.15 PUNTS Game: Season: Season (RS): Career: Career (RS):

Bill Ingram, vs. Chico State, 1969.............................................................12 Bill Ingram, vs. Santa Clara, 1968 Greg Alley, 1997.....................................................................................81 Bill Ingram, 1968....................................................................................76 Greg Alley, 1997-2000 .........................................................................250 Greg Alley, 1997-2000 .........................................................................211

LONGEST PUNT Chris Humes, vs. Angelo State, 1989.......................................................#76 (RS) - Regular-season games only # - NCAA Division II Playoff Record

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Individual Records PUNT RETURNS YARDS GAINED Game: Tip Willis, vs. Humboldt State (4 att.)......................................................105 Season: Armin Anderson, 1984...........................................................................536 Season (RS): Armin Anderson, 1984...........................................................................516 Career: Armin Anderson, 1983-85...................................................................1,173 MOST RETURNS Game: not available Season: Armin Anderson, 1984.............................................................................65 Season (RS): Armin Anderson, 1984.............................................................................61 Career: Armin Anderson, 1983-85......................................................................165 TOUCHDOWNS Game: 11 tied (last by Jesse Oliva vs. Sacramento State, 9/25/04) .......................1 Season: Jesse Oliva, 2004 ....................................................................................2 Career: not available HIGHEST AVERAGE Season (Min. 1.2 attempts per game): Jesse Oliva, 2004 (19 attempts)...........................................................22.0 Career: (Min. 25 attempts): Jesse Oliva, 2001-04 (28 attempts).......................................................15.8

KICKOFF RETURNS YARDS GAINED Game: Jason Holleman vs. Cal State Northridge, 10/13/01 . ..............................180 Season: Artemus Jones, 1997..........................................................................1,086 Season (RS): Artemus Jones, 1997.............................................................................769 Career: Artemus Jones, 1996-99 . ..................................................................2,999 MOST RETURNS Game: not available Season: Artemus Jones, 1997...............................................................................45 Season (RS): Artemus Jones, 1997...............................................................................34 Career: Artemus Jones, 1996-99 . .....................................................................134

INTERCEPTIONS PASSES INTERCEPTED Game: Elmer Olson, vs. Occidental, 1958...............................................................4 Season: Adam Williams, 1973................................................................................8 Season (RS): Adam Williams, 1973................................................................................8 Career: Adam Williams, 1972-75.........................................................................15 Career (RS): Adam Williams, 1972-75.........................................................................15 RETURN YARDS Game: not available Season: Bo Eason, 1982....................................................................................143 Career: Bo Eason, 1979, ’81-83........................................................................238 TOUCHDOWNS Game: not available Season: Jeff Allen, 1979........................................................................................3 Career: Bo Eason, 1979, ’81-83............................................................................3 Jeff Allen, 1976-79

QUARTERBACK SACKS QUARTERBACK SACKS Game: not available Season: Glenn Fricker, 1983.................................................................................18 Career: Glenn Fricker, 1980-83............................................................................45

TACKLES (Unofficial until 2000) TOTAL TACKLES Game: Jason Hairston, vs. Southern Utah, 1993....................................................22 Season: Kris Spraker, 2000 ...............................................................................143 Career: Kris Spraker, 1997-2000 ......................................................................290 (RS) - Regular-season games only CURRENT AGGIES IN CAPS 2009 Marks in Bold

TOUCHDOWNS Game: Jason Holleman vs. Cal State Northridge, 10/13/01 . ..................................2 Season: Jason Holleman, 2001 . ............................................................................2 Career: Jason Holleman, 1999-2001 .....................................................................2 HIGHEST AVERAGE Season (Min. 11 attempts): Calvin Ellison, 1977..............................................................................26.3 Season (RS) (Min. 1.2 attempts per game): Calvin Ellison, 1977..............................................................................31.8 Career (Min. 25 attempts): Jermaine Rucker, 1995-96....................................................................23.7

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS GAINED Game: Mike Ichiyama, vs. Chico State, 1994......................................................346 (42-309 rushing, 2-37 receiving) Season: G.P. Muhammad, 1997.......................................................................1,885 Preston Jackson, 1993 Career: G.P. Muhammad, 1995-98..................................................................4,629 Career (RS): G.P. Muhammad, 1995-98..................................................................3,980

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Jason Holleman, shown here as a defensive back, became the fifth player in D-II history to score two kickoff return touchdowns in a single game, when he posted back-to-back 90-yard scampers in a 37-31 win over Cal State Northridge.

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PASSING

PUNTING

POINTS Game: vs. S.F. State, 1985 (SFSU 12)................. 65 Season: 2000 .................................................. 622 Season (RS): 2000 .................................................. 464

YARDS GAINED Game: vs. Southern Utah, 1998........................ 495 Season: 2000 ............................................... 4,346 Season (RS): 2008................................................ 3,708

PUNTS Game: Season:

POINTS ALLOWED Game: vs. Sac City College, 1928 (UCD 12).......... 65 Season: 2008................................................... 326 Season (RS): 2008................................................... 326

ATTEMPTS Game: at New Haven, 1997................................ 64 Season: 1997................................................... 558 Season (RS): 2008................................................... 492

GROSS AVERAGE Season: 1969 (74 att.).................................... 42.3

TOUCHDOWNS Game: at Western Oregon, 2002 ......................... 9 vs. Mesa State, 2000 at Cal Poly, 2000 vs. San Francisco State, 1985 Season: 2000 .................................................... 85

COMPLETIONS Game: at New Haven, 1997................................ 43 Season: 2008................................................... 321 1997................................................... 321 Season (RS): 2008................................................... 321

FIELD GOALS Game: vs. SOUTHERN UTAH, 2005......................... 4 vs. Saint Mary’s, 1997 vs. Cal State Northridge, 1986 vs. Humboldt State, 1980 vs. Chico State, 1976 Season: 1976 (22 att.)....................................... 17 SCORING AVERAGE, OFFENSE Season: 2000 (622 pts, 13 games) .................. 47.8 SCORING AVERAGE, DEFENSE (Since 1946) Season: 1983 (94 pts, 12 games)....................... 7.8

RUSHING YARDS GAINED Game: vs. Southern Oregon, 1952..................... 396 Season: 1993................................................ 2,877 Season (RS): 1993................................................ 2,455 ATTEMPTS Game: vs. Cal State Hayward, 1964..................... 78 Season: 2002 ................................................ 519 Season (RS): 1970 & 1956....................................... 454 YARDS PER GAME Season: 1993 (2,877 yds, 12 games).............. 239.8 Season (RS): 1993................................................ 245.5 AVERAGE PER PLAY Season: 1993.................................................. 5.81 Season (RS): 1993.................................................. 5.93

TOUCHDOWN PASSES Game: vs. Mesa State, 2000 ............................... 6 Season: 2000 .................................................... 45 Season (RS): 2008..................................................... 28 2000 .................................................... 28 YARDS PER GAME Season: 2000 ............................................... 334.3 Season (RS): 2000 ............................................... 323.3 HIGHEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE Season: 1986.................................................. 70.7 Season (RS): 1986.................................................. 70.3 INTERCEPTIONS Season: 1967..................................................... 29 Season (RS): 1967..................................................... 29

TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS GAINED Game: vs. Mesa State (261 pass, 436 passing) . 697 Season: 2000 (2396 rush, 4346 pass) ........... 6,742 YARDS PER GAME Game: 2000 (6,742 yds, 13 games) ............ 518.6

FIRST DOWNS TOTAL Game: Season:

vs. Iona, 2008........................................ 34 1993................................................... 321

vs. Chico State, 1969............................... 12 vs. Santa Clara, 1968 1997..................................................... 81

PENALTIES YARDS Game: Season:

vs. Cal Poly Pomona, 1977..................... 206 1998................................................ 1,217

NUMBER Game: Season:

at New Haven, 1999 .............................. 21 1998................................................... 137

FUMBLES FUMBLES LOST Game: vs. UC Santa Barbara, 1949........................ 9 Season: 1968..................................................... 45

INTERCEPTIONS PASSES INTERCEPTED (Defense) Game: vs. Santa Clara, 1977................................ 7 Season: 1973..................................................... 29

MISCELLANEOUS Consecutive Victories 1981 (last 5) & 1982 (first 12)............... 17 Consecutive Unbeaten Games 1981 (last 5) & 1982 (first 12)............... 17 Consecutive Losses 1959 (last 7) & 1960 (first 6)................. 13 Consecutive Winless Games Twice, 1959-60 & 1933-35...................... 16 Consecutive Ties 1941....................................................... 3 Consecutive Winning Seasons 1970-2006 ......................................... 37 Consecutive Conference Championships 1971-90.............................................. 20 Consecutive Conference Victories, Home 1971-93, 2004...................................... 58

TOUCHDOWNS Season: 2000 .................................................... 35 Season (RS): 1992..................................................... 29

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Single-Game Performances 100-YARD RUSHERS Yds 309 305 243 238 237 223 221 213 210 208 203 203 196 189 189 188 187 185 184 182 180 178 177 172 171 171 170 168 168 168 167 165 163 161 160 160 158 157 156 156 154 153 153 150 150 147 146 145 145 145

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Player Mike Ichiyama Mike Ichiyama Preston Jackson Jermaine Rucker Matt Massari Preston Jackson Matt Massari Preston Jackson G.P. Muhammad Phil Wintz G.P. Muhammad Shola Adeyemo Shola Adeyemo JOE TROMBETTA Jermaine Rucker Matt Brown Preston Jackson Jim Allen Preston Jackson G.P. Muhammad Matt Massari O.J. Swanigan Jermaine Rucker Preston Jackson Trae Milton G.P. Muhammad Matt Brown Lou Hausmann Preston Jackson Preston Jackson Marcus Nolan Ron Austin Antar Mahasin Jermaine Rucker Ira Porchia Ron Hanna G.P. Muhammad G.P. Muhammad JOE TROMBETTA Shola Adeyemo Darryl Goss Sean Holleman Preston Jackson G.P. Muhammad Preston Jackson Bud Journey Elihu Vann Sean Holleman G.P. Muhammad Ron Austin

Year 1994 1994 1993 1996 2002 1992 2002 1993 1995 1952 1997 1990 1988 2008 1995 2000 1993 1972 1993 1998 2002 2002 1996 1993 1999 1998 2000 1953 1992 1992 2006 1979 2003 1996 1997 1950 1997 1996 2008 1990 1981 2001 1993 1997 1993 1969 2002 2001 1997 1980

Opponent Chico State at San Francisco State at Sacramento State Saint Mary’s Abilene Christian (Texas) Chico State at Cal Poly at Chico State Humboldt State at Southern Oregon at Clarion Chico State Sonoma State WESTERN WASHINGTON at Sacramento State Saint Mary’s San Francisco State at Sacramento State Cal State Northridge at South Dakota State Saint Mary’s at Western Washington Southern Utah Fort Hays State at New Haven at Cal Poly at Western Oregon Cal Ramblers Sonoma State at Humboldt State SAN DIEGO San Francisco State at Sacramento State Western New Mexico Western Washington at Whittier South Dakota State Chico State PORTLAND STATE at San Francisco State Sacramento State Tarleton State Cal State Hayward at Sacramento State Cal Poly Cal Poly Pomona Humboldt State Western Washington at Angelo State Cal State Northridge

Att 42 32 27 31 16 33 34 21 29 — 30 22 16 19 30 24 27 24 37 24 27 31 34 29 33 27 17 11 23 16 28 34 34 25 26 18 27 32 21 20 30 27 16 34 24 17 24 22 22 22

Yds 143 143 143 142 142 140 139 139 139 138 138 138 137 136 136 135 135 135 134 134 134 134 133 133 133 132 132 131 129 129 128 127 126 126 126 124 123 123 123 123 122 122 122 121 121 120 119 119 118 118 118

Player Jim Tomasin Ron Austin Ron Austin G.P. Muhammad Ron Austin Ron Austin Glenn DuFour Ron Austin Jermaine Rucker Matt Brown G.P. Muhammad Matt Brown Mark Ford O.J. Swanigan Ron Austin Antar Mahasin Rusty Stivers Preston Jackson Marcus Nolan G.P. Muhammad Jermaine Rucker Jermaine Rucker Matt Massari Matt Brown Ron Austin Elihu Vann Rusty Stivers Joe Genasci G.P. Muhammad Shawn Rogers Preston Jackson G.P. Muhammad Jim Wilson Shawn Rogers Preston Jackson Preston Jackson G.P. Muhammad Hal Leigh Tom Slater Jerold Ligons Rick Hamilton Shola Adeyemo Preston Jackson Ken Kuyendall Ron Austin Boyd Bentley BRANDON TUCKER Matt Massari BRANDON TUCKER G.P. Muhammad Shola Adeyemo

Year 1988 1980 1980 1997 1979 1979 1964 1979 1995 1999 1998 1998 1985 2003 1980 2003 1994 1992 2006 1998 1996 1995 2002 1999 1980 2002 1994 1989 1996 1982 1993 1998 1953 1983 1992 1993 1998 1952 1974 1984 1973 1988 1992 1949 1978 1965 2008 2001 2008 1997 1990

Opponent at Santa Clara at Chico State Humboldt State Central Washington at Cal State Hayward Nevada at Chico State at Santa Clara Cal Poly at Central Oklahoma Central Washington Western Oregon at Sacramento State at North Dakota State Cal Poly at Saint Mary’s at Humboldt State at Santa Clara SOUTHERN UTAH New Haven at Carson-Newman at Southern Utah Sacramento State Central Washington Cal Poly Pomona at Western Washington Sonoma State Humboldt State Sacramento State at Cal State Hayward Humboldt State at Grand Valley State Southern Oregon San Francisco State at Cal State Hayward at Saint Mary’s at Western Washington Cal Ramblers at San Francisco State Sonoma State Nevada at Cal State Hayward Saint Mary’s at Humboldt State Cal State Hayward at Cal State Hayward at Southern Utah at Sacramento State at Northeastern at Texas A&M-Kingsville at Cal State Hayward

Att 15 19 26 20 26 21 21 24 32 25 12 11 18 22 25 22 20 21 29 27 36 28 25 32 30 22 19 18 20 15 23 15 9 20 23 25 26 — 25 16 15 17 17 11 22 26 13 19 24 27 16

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Single-Game Performances 100-YARD RUSHERS, cont. Yds 117 116 116 116 116 115 114 114 114 114 114 113 113 113 113 112 112 112 112 111 111 111 111 111 110 109 109 109 109 109 109 108 107 107 106 106 105 105 105 105 105 105 104 104 104 103 103 103 103 102

Player Jermaine Rucker Trae Milton Nick Aliotti Darryl Goss Shawn Rogers Bud Journey JOE TROMBETTA Demario Warren Nelson Doris Sam Paneno Randy Scagliotti JOE TROMBETTA Kelsey Gallagher Preston Jackson Preston Jackson Matt Massari Trae Milton Shawn Rogers Preston Jackson Matt Massari Jerold Ligons G.P. Muhammad Rusty Stivers Shola Adeyemo Matt Brown Matt Brown Jim Allen Tom Slater Darryl Goss Jerold Ligons Jim Tomasin Rusty Stivers Sam Paneno Bud Journey Ron Austin Jerold Ligons Trae Milton Trae Milton G.P. Muhammad Jermaine Rucker Bill Kramer Joe Mangiaracina JOE TROMBETTA Sean Holleman Jermaine Rucker CORBIN CUTSHAW Harold Leigh Fred Wheeler Shola Adeyemo Sean Holleman

Year 1995 2001 1975 1981 1983 1969 2008 2005 2004 1999 1967 2008 2000 1993 1992 2002 1999 1982 1992 2002 1986 1998 1994 1987 2000 2000 1972 1974 1981 1984 1989 1994 1998 1969 1980 1986 2001 2001 1998 1996 1965 1970 2008 2001 1996 2008 1952 1977 1990 2001

Opponent Cal State Northridge at Humboldt State at Pacific San Francisco State Cal State Hayward at UC Riverside SACRAMENTO STATE at South Dakota State at Portland State Western Oregon Sacramento State NORTHERN COLORADO at Western Washington at Sonoma State Sacramento State at Central Washington at Southern Utah Sacramento State Cal Poly Humboldt State Chico State Sacramento State Sacramento State at Sacramento State Southern Utah Sacramento State Santa Clara at Sacramento State at Cal State Hayward at Cal State Northridge at Chico State Southern Utah Western Oregon at Humboldt State Santa Clara Sonoma State Western Oregon at Saint Mary’s Texas A&M-Kingsville Central Oklahoma at Humboldt State Univ. of San Francisco NORTHEASTERN Central Washington at Tex.A&M-Kingsville IONA Humboldt State San Francisco State Saint Mary’s at Texas A&M-Kingsville

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Att 14 17 17 34 17 15 19 21 18 26 22 27 22 31 20 25 26 16 22 13 17 18 22 22 26 31 25 20 22 13 23 15 15 15 22 20 17 19 22 29 26 22 22 11 28 12 15 17 4 24

Yds 102 102 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 100 100 100 100 100 100 100

Player Preston Jackson Khari Jones JOSH REESE JOE TROMBETTA Marcus Nolan Matt Brown Jim Reynolds Tom Slater Shawn Rogers Preston Jackson Preston Jackson Nelson Doris Lonnie Cagle George Mock Ron Austin Don Barber Ron Austin G.P. Muhammad

Year 1993 1993 2009 2008 2006 2000 1952 1974 1983 1992 1992 2005 1955 1971 1979 1980 1980 1995

Opponent Texas A&M-Kingsville at Sonoma State at Southern Utah SAN DIEGO SACRAMENTO STATE at Cal Poly at Chico State Cal State Hayward at Sacramento State at San Francisco State at Portland State at Eastern Washington at San Francisco State at Univ. of San Francisco at Cal Poly Pomona Santa Clara Cal State Hayward Western State

Att 23 11 14 13 24 27 — 12 15 25 18 19 13 20 21 9 22 13

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DOUBLE 100-YARD RUSHING GAMES Aggies at Western Washington, 11/16/02 O.J. Swanigan . ...................................... 31/178 Elihu Vann ............................................. 22/132 Aggies vs. Humboldt State, 10/19/02 Elihu Vann ............................................. 24/146 Matt Massari .......................................... 13/111 Aggies vs. Western Oregon, 11/7/98 Matt Brown............................................. 11/138 Sam Paneno........................................... 15/107 Aggies at Sonoma State, 10/16/93 Preston Jackson....................................... 31/113 Khari Jones............................................. 11/102 Aggies vs. San Francisco State, 1983 Shawn Rogers......................................... 20/126 Darryl Goss............................................. 34/116 Aggies vs. Santa Clara, 1980 Ron Austin.............................................. 22/106 Don Barber.............................................. 9/100

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Single-Game Performances 300-YARD PASSERS Yds 495 482 439 434 419 415 413 413 409 403 402 399 398 393 393 388 388 388 382 382 381 380 379 378 376 373 372 372 366 365 365 364 362 361 360 359 357 355 353 351 347 346 345 344 344 342 340 337 335 335 334

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Player Kevin Daft Kevin Daft J.T. O’Sullivan Greg Denham Jim Speck J.T. O’Sullivan Ken O’Brien Kevin Daft Matt Engle Kevin Daft Jeff Bridewell Bob Biggs Mike Quinn Jon Grant J.T. O’Sullivan Tim Plough Bob Biggs Mark Grieb Kevin Daft J.T. O’Sullivan Ryan Flanigan Greg Denham Kevin Daft Mark Grieb J.T. O’Sullivan Jon Grant Chris Petersen J.T. O’Sullivan Kevin Daft Khari Jones J.T. O’Sullivan J.T. O’Sullivan Greg Denham Greg Denham J.T. O’Sullivan Ryan Flanigan Chris Petersen Scott Barry Mike Moroski J.T. O’Sullivan Ken O’Brien Bob Biggs Khari Jones Mike Moroski Ken O’Brien Jon Grant Chris Petersen Mike Moroski Jeff Bridewell J.T. O’Sullivan Dennis Bunting

Year 1998 1997 2000 2008 1973 2000 1982 1997 2007 1998 1990 1972 1991 2004 2001 2007 1972 1996 1997 2000 2002 2009 1997 1996 2000 2005 1986 2001 1998 1993 2001 2000 2009 2008 2000 2003 1986 1984 1977 1999 1982 1972 1992 1978 1980 2006 1986 1978 1989 2001 1966

Opponent Southern Utah at New Haven Southern Utah at San Diego Boise State at Cal Poly Cal State Northridge at Texas A&M-Kingsville SAN DIEGO at Western Washington at Santa Clara at San Francisco State at Chico State at Cal Poly at Texas A&M-Kingsville at Eastern Washington Massachusetts Chico State at Southern Utah Chadron State at Texas A&M-Kingsville at South Dakota at Sacramento State Sacramento State at Western Washington at Stephen F. Austin Chico State Western Oregon Saint Mary’s Cal Poly at New Mexico Highlands Mesa State MONTANA PORTLAND STATE at Western Oregon Central Washington at Pacific at North Dakota State Lehigh Cal Poly Chico State Humboldt State at San Francisco State Eastern Illinois Cal Poly Pomona SAN DIEGO South Dakota at Pacific at Sonoma State Central Washington Humboldt State

Att-Cmp-Int TD 39-23-2 3 64-43-3 3 35-23-1 5 41-26-1 2 42-22-4 3 39-28-0 2 44-30-1 2 44-30-3 5 40-26-2 3 43-27-0 4 40-29-0 2 38-23-2 3 60-32-4 2 40-21-1 2 35-18-0 4 58-38-2 2 60-27-4 1 45-27-0 1 45-18-1 4 32-20-1 4 45-25-1 2 41-27-1 2 41-26-0 4 39-23-3 1 30-19-2 4 49-26-3 0 37-29-0 4 42-30-0 4 52-30-0 2 43-22-1 4 39-26-2 3 24-21-0 6 67-43-2 1 41-26-2 1 22-15-1 3 27-24-0 3 40-30-1 4 46-29-4 2 46-21-5 4 34-25-1 2 31-18-0 3 36-24-1 3 19-13-0 4 49-24-3 1 27-15-0 3 39-25-0 3 42-31-1 1 39-27-1 4 27-23-0 3 28-19-2 3 23-17-1 4

Yds 333 332 332 329 328 328 328 327 326 325 324 321 321 320 313 311 311 310 310 309 308 308 307 307 307 307 305 305 304 304 302 302 301 300

Player J.T. O’Sullivan Greg Denham J.T. O’Sullivan Bob Biggs Chris Petersen Khari Jones Mark Grieb J.T. O’Sullivan Greg Denham Jon Barragan Jon Grant Jon Grant J.T. O’Sullivan Greg Denham Tim Plough Jon Grant Mark Grieb Kevin Daft J.T. O’Sullivan J.T. O’Sullivan Ken O’Brien Chris Petersen Greg Denham Greg Denham Jon Grant Khari Jones Jeff Bridewell Kevin Daft Khari Jones Kevin Daft Matt Engle Ken O’Brien Jon Grant Kevin Daft

Year 1999 2008 2001 1972 1986 1993 1996 2001 2008 2003 2006 2005 1999 2008 2007 2004 1996 1998 1999 2000 1982 1986 2009 2008 2005 1993 1989 1997 1993 1997 2007 1982 2005 1998

Opponent at Sacramento State at Cal Poly Western Washington Santa Clara at Humboldt State at Sonoma State at Carson-Newman at North Dakota IONA Western Washington at Montana State at Sacramento State Western Oregon NORTH DAKOTA NORTHEASTERN at Weber State at Cal State Northridge New Haven Central Oklahoma at West Chester Northern Michigan at Cal State Northridge at Sacramento State SACRAMENTO STATE Cal Poly Cal State Northridge Santa Clara Cal Poly at Chico State at Angelo State at Sacramento State Sacramento State South Dakota State at Central Washington

Att-Cmp-Int TD 35-23-1 1 42-22-2 4 29-18-0 2 51-25-3 2 31-27-0 3 36-16-1 3 34-25-2 3 45-26-2 0 30-20-1 5 28-19-2 3 38-23-0 5 38-21-0 3 42-25-2 2 41-31-1 2 39-31-1 2 21-12-2 3 39-22-1 2 53-26-1 1 24-16-1 3 22-14-0 3 20-14-1 3 39-27-0 2 38-29-0 2 48-27-2 1 44-21-1 1 39-21-0 3 39-29-2 3 55-28-2 2 31-20-2 2 31-18-0 4 31-20-0 2 28-20-0 3 44-26-3 1 30-20-0 3

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Kevin Daft compiled an NCAA D-II playoff record of 482 passing yards at New Haven in 1997, breaking Jim Speck’s previous mark of 419, set at Boise State in 1973. Daft broke his own record the following season, posting 495 against Southern Utah.

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Single-Game Performances 150-YARD RECEIVERS Yds. 233 229 212 204 196 194 190 189 183 182 180 180 179 176 174 173 170 167 165 166

Player Michael Oliva Calvin Ellison Tony Kays Mike Bellotti Michael Oliva Charley Enos Chris Carter Chris Carter Tay Thompson Tony Kays Bakari Grant Howard Gravelle John Shoemaker Allen Fleming Dick South Bart Greene Jon Delfatti Michael Oliva Tony Kays Calvin Ellison

Year 2001 1978 2005 1972 2001 2001 2009 2008 1972 2005 2007 1969 1999 1982 1966 1990 1980 2002 2005 1978

Opponent at Texas A&M-Kingsville at Puget Sound CAL POLY Humboldt State Western Oregon at New Mexico Highlands MONTANA at Central Arkansas at San Francisco State at Sacramento State SAN DIEGO at UC Riverside at Sacramento State Chico State Humboldt State Saint Mary’s at Cal St. Northridge at Texas A&M-Kingsville PORTLAND STATE Eastern Illinois

Rec. 8 6 13 11 11 9 18 13 9 10 9 6 8 5 9 6 5 11 15 9

Yds. 163 163 162 161 158 158 158 158 157 156 155 155 154 153 152 152 151 151 151

Player Michael Oliva Howard Gravelle Chris Mandeville Josh Weinstock Charley Enos Charley Enos John Shoemaker Jon Delfatti John Shoemaker Allen Fleming Onome Ojo Aaron Bennetts Francis Montes John Shoemaker Kevin Freeman Francis Montes Tony Kays John Shoemaker Calvin Ellison

Year 2001 1969 1986 1991 2000 2000 1999 1979 1998 1983 2000 1994 1997 1999 2003 1997 2006 1998 1977

Opponent Central Washington at Cal St. Hayward South Dakota at Chico State Eastern Oregon at Western Washington Humboldt State at Humboldt State Southern Utah Cal Lutheran at Western Washington Sonoma State at New Haven Humboldt State Northern Colorado at Southern Utah SAN DIEGO at Grand Valley State Bethune-Cookman

Rec. 10 10 11 12 6 8 3 7 5 10 4 6 10 4 7 5 10 10 6

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DOUBLE 100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES Aggies vs. Cal Poly, 10/13/07 Brandon Rice................................................5/140 BAKARI GRANT.............................................7/118

Aggies vs. Chadron State, 11/18/00 Michael Oliva ..............................................4/121 Onome Ojo .................................................4/118

Aggies vs. Grand Valley State, 11/8/97 John Shoemaker........................................ 5/117 Lucas Bader............................................... 4/100

Aggies at Cal Poly, 10/30/04 Jesse Oliva..................................................4/129 Tony Kays....................................................6/116

Aggies vs. Mesa State, 11/25/00 Charley Enos ...............................................8/158 Onome Ojo .................................................4/155

Aggies vs. Northern Michigan, 1982 Allen Fleming............................................. 127 yds Rick Woehler.............................................. 104 yds

Aggies at Weber State, 9/18/04 O.J. Swanigan..............................................4/115 Kevin Freeman ............................................2/106

Aggies vs. Southern Utah, 10/14/00 Michael Oliva ..............................................7/108 Onome Ojo .................................................3/103

Aggies vs. Cal Poly Pomona, 1980 Don Barber................................................ 126 yds Jeff Zimmerman......................................... 125 yds

Aggies at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 11/17/02 Michael Oliva ...........................................11/167 Joe Bandel ................................................5/107

Aggies vs. Western Washington, 11/13/99 John Shoemaker .........................................7/117 Charley Enos ...............................................4/153

Aggies vs. Boise State, 1973 Brad Pederson............................................ 113 yds Anthony Terry............................................. 102 yds

Aggies at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 11/17/01 Michael Oliva .............................................8/233 Charley Enos................................................4/116

Aggies vs. Southern Utah, 11/14/98 John Shoemaker..........................................5/157 Dave Hartvickson..........................................6/108 Wes Terrell...................................................4/102

Aggies at Western Washington, 11/11/00 Charley Enos ...............................................8/158 Onome Ojo .................................................4/155

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Season Records SCORING OVERALL 1. Preston Jackson 2. Matt Brown 3. Jermaine Rucker 4. Eric Friend 5. Preston Jackson 6. G.P. Muhammad 7. Eddie Loretto T8. Sean Holleman T8. Shawn Rogers 10. Ron Austin

PASSING RATING Year 1993 2000 1995 2000 1992 1998 1985 2001 1983 1980

Points 148 138 108 107 92 90 85 84 84 80

RUSHING YARDS OVERALL 1. Preston Jackson 2. Preston Jackson 3. G.P. Muhammad 4. G.P. Muhammad 5. Matt Massari 6. Jermaine Rucker 7. Matt Brown 8. Ron Austin 9. Ron Austin 10. Shawn Rogers

Year 1993 1992 1997 1998 2002 1996 2000 1980 1979 1982

Yards 1,826 1,435 1,307 1,287 1,274 1,128 1,183 1,100 1,028 929

Year 1993 1997 1996 1992 1980 2000 1998 2002 1979 1982

Att 296 282 247 227 224 223 217 210 206 193

Year 1993 2000 1995 1992 2001 1978 1998 1980 1971 2002 1996 1982

TD 24 22 17 15 14 13 12 12 12 11 11 11

Year 1997 2008 2005 2009 1998 1993 2001 1996 2006 1972

Att 486 451 450 440 417 412 406 400 396 387

RUSHING ATTEMPTS OVERALL 1. Preston Jackson 2. G.P. Muhammad 3. Jermaine Rucker 4. Preston Jackson 5. Ron Austin 6. Matt Brown 7. G.P. Muhammad 8. Matt Massari 9. Ron Austin 10. Shawn Rogers

RUSHING TDs OVERALL 1. Preston Jackson 2. Matt Brown 3. Jermaine Rucker 4. Preston Jackson 5. Sean Holleman 6. Fred Wheeler T7. G.P. Muhammad T7. Ron Austin T7. George Mock T10. Matt Massari T10. Jermaine Rucker T10. Shawn Rogers

PASSING ATTEMPTS OVERALL 1. Kevin Daft 2. Greg Denham 3. Jon Grant 4. Greg Denham 5. Kevin Daft 6. Khari Jones 7. J.T. O’Sullivan 8. Mark Grieb 9. Jon Grant 10. Bob Biggs

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OVERALL 1. J.T. O’Sullivan 2. Ryan Flanigan 3. Chris Petersen 4. J.T. O’Sullivan 5. Chris Petersen 6. J.T. O’Sullivan 7. Matt Engle 8. Scott Barry 9. Dan Carmazzi 10. Kevin Daft

Year 2000 2002 1985 2001 1986 1999 2007 1984 1974 1998

Att 318 252 279 406 354 341 224 339 149 417

Cpl 204 166 191 255 250 208 139 218 86 238

Int 11 10 8 16 8 13 4 10 6 8

Pct 64.2 65.9 68.5 62.8 70.6 61.0 62.1 64.3 57.7 57.1

Yds 3679 2397 2590 3862 2965 3217 1889 2721 1081 3317

TD 38 20 19 32 23 26 14 19 15 30

Ratg 193.85 164.03 163.18 160.09 157.90 157.78 149.94 144.33 143.83 143.80

The NCAA passing efficiency statistic is based on a player’s completion percentage, interception percentage, yards per attempt and touchdown percentage. Until 1970, collegiate quarterbacks were ranked based on total completions. From 1970 through 1978, they were ranked according to completions per game. Beginning in 1979, passers were ranked by their efficiency rating. Note: In 1978, Mike Moroski’s regular-season passing rating was a Division II-leading 145.84. However, his overall rating (i.e. including postseason) was 137.27. Chris Petersen (1985, 1986) and J.T. O’Sullivan (2000) also led all NCAA D-II passers during those respective regular seasons.

PASSING COMPLETIONS OVERALL 1. Greg Denham 2. Kevin Daft 3. Greg Denham 4. Jon Grant 5. J.T. O’Sullivan 6. Chris Petersen 7. Jon Grant 8. Kevin Daft 9. Mark Grieb 10. Jeff Bridewell

Year 2008 1997 2009 2005 2001 1986 2006 1998 1996 1989

TOTAL OFFENSE Comp 296 281 272 259 255 250 243 238 229 226

PASSING YARDS OVERALL 1. J.T. O’Sullivan 2. Kevin Daft 3. J.T. O’Sullivan 4. Greg Denham 5. Kevin Daft 6. Mark Grieb 7. J.T. O’Sullivan 8. Khari Jones 9. Ken O’Brien 10. Chris Petersen

Year 2001 2000 1993 1997 1998 2008 1986 1999 1996 1982

Yards 4,197 4,152 3,715 3,702 3,332 3,314 3,175 3,172 3,159 3,140

RECEPTIONS Year 2001 1997 2000 2008 1998 1996 1999 1993 1982 1986

Yards 3,826 3,696 3,679 3,478 3,317 3,230 3,217 3,174 2,976 2,965

PASSING TDs OVERALL 1. J.T. O’Sullivan 2. Kevin Daft 3. J.T. O’Sullivan 4. Kevin Daft 5. Khari Jones 6. Greg Denham 7. J.T. O’Sullivan 8. Mark Grieb T9. Chris Petersen T9. Ken O’Brien

OVERALL 1. J.T. O’Sullivan 2. J.T. O’Sullivan 3. Khari Jones 4. Kevin Daft 5. Kevin Daft 6. Greg Denham 7. Chris Petersen 8. J.T. O’Sullivan 9. Mark Grieb 10. Ken O’Brien

OVERALL 1. Tony Kays 2. Chris Carter 3. Michael Oliva 4. Charley Enos 5. Chris Carter 6. John Shoemaker T7. Tony Kays T7. Michael Oliva T9. John Shoemaker T9. Allen Fleming

Year 2005 2009 2001 2000 2008 1997 2006 2002 1999 1982

Rec 93 85 75 73 69 67 66 66 62 62

RECEIVING YARDS Year 2000 1997 2001 1998 1993 2008 1999 1996 1986 1982

TD 38 33 32 30 29 27 26 25 23 23

OVERALL 1. Michael Oliva 2. Charley Enos 3. Tony Kays 4. John Shoemaker 5. Michael Oliva 6. Charley Enos 7. Francis Montes 8. Allen Fleming 9. John Shoemaker T10. Mike Sellar T10. Randy Williams

Year 2001 2000 2005 1999 2002 2001 1997 1982 1998 1988 1984

Yards 1,365 1,360 1,213 1,172 1,091 1,074 1,013 994 924 896 896

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Season Records YARDS PER CATCH OVERALL (Min. 15 recs) 1. Onome Ojo 2. Jon Deflatti 3. Jon Delfatti 4. Arnold Hardy 5. Aaron Bugarske 6. Anthony Terry 7. Lucas Bader 8. Randy Williams 9. Onome Ojo 10. Mike Bellotti

INTERCEPTIONS Year 2000 1979 1980 1993 1996 1975 1996 1984 1999 1971

Avg 26.2 23.9 23.2 23.0 21.7 21.6 21.4 20.4 20.3 20.2

Year 2001 1999 1998 2000 2002 2000 2000 1983 1971 2007 2001

TD 13 13 13 12 11 11 11 11 11 10 10

RECEIVING TDs OVERALL T1. Michael Oliva T1. John Shoemaker T1. John Shoemaker 4. Charley Enos T5. Michael Oliva T5. Onome Ojo T5. Michael Oliva T5. Allen Fleming T5. Tay Thompson T10. BRANDON RICE T10. Charley Enos

PUNT RETURN YARDS OVERALL 1. Armin Anderson 2. Jesse Oliva 3. Armin Anderson 4. Artemus Jones 5. Joe Genasci 6. Mike Ichiyama 7. Mike Ichiyama 8. Curtis Steen 9. Armin Anderson 10. Glenn Adriatico

Year 1984 2004 1983 1998 1991 1994 1992 1997 1985 2000

Att/Yds 65/536 19/418 62/398 26/381 25/330 30/252 17/245 35/243 38/242 17/234

Int/Yds 8/ 48 7/50 7/ 33 6/102 6/ 26 6/ 95 6/ 83 6/ 53 6/ 94 6/ 39 6/ 73 6/140

OVERALL 1. Eric Friend 2. Cortney Williams 3. Eric Friend 4. Dusty Apocotos T5. Rafael Fernandez T5. Rafael Fernandez 7. SEAN KELLEY 8. Ray Sullivan 9. Ray Sullivan 10. Eddie Loretto

OVERALL 1. Eric Friend 2. Cortney Williams T3. Eric Friend T3. Rafael Fernandez 5. Dusty Apocotos 6. Ray Sullivan 7. Rafael Fernandez 8. Ray Sullivan 9. SEAN KELLEY 10. Ryan Christie

Year 1997 1998 1995 1999 1977 1994 1993 2006 1996 2001

Att/Yds 45/1,086 40/829 29/744 30/597 21/553 29/530 26/519 22/505 19/487 22/473

Year 1969 2002 1979 2004 2007 1992 1998 1983 2001 2003

Avg 42.28 41.29 41.02 41.00 40.86 40.64 40.43 40.41 40.31 40.25

OVERALL 1. Eddie Loretto 2. Dusty Apocotos 3. Rolf Benirschke 4. Eddie Loretto T5. SEAN KELLEY T5. Rod Holmquist T7. Emmanuel Benjamin T7. Ray Sullivan T9. SEAN KELLEY T9. Emmanuel Benjamin T9. Eric Friend T9. Rafael Fernandez T9. Rafael Fernandez T9. Eddie Loretto

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OVERALL 1. Eddie Loretto T2. Dusty Apocotos T2. Rolf Benirschke T4. Emmanuel Benjamin T4. Ray Sullivan T6. Marc Rovetti T6. Eddie Loretto T6. Eddie Loretto T6. Ray Sullivan T6. Rod Holmquist

Year 1985 2003 1976 2005 1984 1990 1988 1987 1984 1980

FGA 21 19 19 18 18 17 17 17 17 17

DEFENSIVE RECORDS

PAT MADE Year 2000 2001 1998 2002 1993 1992 2008 1982 1983 1985

XP 77 55 47 45 44 44 42 41 39 37

Year 2000 2001 1998 1993 2002 1982 1992 1983 2008 1996

XPA 79 63 52 52 48 47 46 44 42 41

Year 1985 2003 1976 1986 2009 1980 2006 1983 2008 2005 2000 1993 1989 1988

FG 16 15 14 13 12 12 11 11 10 10 10 10 10 10

FIELD GOALS MADE

PUNTING OVERALL (Min. 35 atts) 1. Bill Ingram 2. Chris Shibel 3. Chip Dull 4. Chris Shibel 5. Emmanuel Benjamin 6. Chris Humes 7. Greg Alley 8. Pat Inglesby 9. Chris Shibel 10. Chris Shibel

Year 1973 2005 1982 2006 1998 1983 1977 1975 1975 1974 1973 1970

PAT ATTEMPTS

KICKOFF RETURN YARDS OVERALL 1. Artemus Jones T2. Artemus Jones T2. Jermaine Rucker 4. Artemus Jones 5. Calvin Ellison 6. Channing Ragsdale 7. Arnold Hardy 8. Nevan Bergan 9. Artemus Jones 10. Tom Watts

OVERALL 1. Adam Williams T2. Nevan Bergan T2. Gavin Carr T4. Jonathan Barsi T4. Joe Caviglia T4. Bo Eason T4. Jeff Allen T4. John Silverfoote T4. Adam Williams T4. Anthony Terry T4. John Silverfoote T4. John Miller

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS

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Note: UC Davis has kept complete records for tackles (solo and assists) and tackles-for-loss since the 1987 season. However, defensive stats did not become officially recognized by the NCAA until 2000.

TOTAL TACKLES OVERALL 1. Kris Spraker 2. Jason Hairston 3. Steve Thompson T4. Kelly Valaau T4. Chad Sindel T4. Jason Geldermann T4. Ted Corcoran T8. Michael Hanley T8. Ed McNicoll 10. Dan Elbanna

Year 2000 1993 1989 2003 1999 1997 1996 1989 1988 2004

Tot 143 113 98 93 93 93 93 89 89 84

Year 1993 2000 1999 2008 1992 2009 2002 2000 2003 1989

Tot 63 60 50 48 45 44 44 44 43 43

Year 2000 1999 1997 2004 1989 1997 1989 1996 1988 2003 1993

Tot 83 73 58 55 55 52 52 51 51 50 50

SOLO TACKLES OVERALL 1. Jason Hairston 2. Kris Spraker 3. Joe Caviglia 4. Mike Morales 5. Jason Hairston T6. Mike Morales T6. Ejiro Evero T6. Carnell Green T9. Kelly Valaau T9. Steve Thompson

ASSISTED TACKLES OVERALL 1. Kris Spraker 2. Chad Sindel 3. Chad Sindel T4. Dan Elbanna T4. Steve Thompson T6. Jason Geldermann T6. Mark Johnson T8. Ted Corcoran T8. Ed McNicoll T10. Kelly Valaau T10. Jason Hairston

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Team Season Records SCORING OFF. (HIGH) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Year 2000 2001 1993 1982 1998 1992 1999 1985 1983 2008

G-Pts 13-662 13-490 12-460 13-405 12-398 11-395 12-393 11-388 12-380 12-342

Avg. 47.8 37.7 38.3 31.2 33.2 35.9 32.8 35.3 31.7 28.5

SCORING OFF. (LOW) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Year 1934 1930 1917 1932 1923 1935 1933 1954 1960 1938

G-Pts 8-16 8-17 3-7 9-42 9-43 9-47 7-40 8-47 9-54 9-58

Avg. 2.0 2.1 2.3 4.7 4.8 5.2 5.7 5.9 6.0 6.4

SCORING DEF. (HIGH) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Year 2007 1952 1992 1936 1954 2009 2008 1995 1969 1993

G-Pts 11-349 9-263 11-320 7-199 8-226 11-300 12-326 10-250 10-248 12-297

Avg. 31.7 29.2 29.1 28.4 28.3 27.3 27.2 25.0 24.80 24.75

SCORING DEF. (LOW) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. t8. t8. 10.

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Year 1929 1928 1940 1941 1922 1983 1916 1962 1963 1956

G-Pts 8-25 9-41 9-41 8-47 9-53 12-94 8-63 9-74 9-74 9-78

Avg. 3.1 4.6 4.6 5.88 5.89 7.8 7.9 8.2 8.2 8.7

TOUCHDOWNS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. t9. t9. t9.

Year 2000 2001 1993 1999 1998 1982 1992 1997 2002 1996 1983

RUSHING YARDS

W-L 12-1 10-3 10-2 10-2 10-2 12-1 8-2-1 9-5 9-3 8-5 11-1

TDs 85 68 62 56 56 55 54 51 50 50 50

FIELD GOALS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. t9.

Year Att 1976 22 1985 21 2003 19 1986 16 1983 22 1980 17 1974 16 2006 15 Six times, last time in 2008

Year 1993 2000 1997 2001 1996 2008 1982 1998 2002 1999

Made 17 16 15 13 12 12 12 11 10

Year 2002 1982 1977 1996 1997 1993 2000 1983 2001 1999

Att 495 485 476 424 520 458 421 500 399 434

Yds 2,877 2,396 2,350 2,286 2,143 1,891 1,874 1,816 1,788 1,782

Rush-Pass-Pen 164-148-9 125-165-24 107-183-22 120-174-12 109-150-24 82-182-16 95-143-18 86-151-17 104-129-14 83-139-21

Yds 2,143 1,816 1,381 1,770 1,758 2,877 2,396 1,756 2,350 1,544

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Year 1993 1961 1992 1994 2000 2001 2002 1979 1995 1963

Yds 2,877 1,891 2,286 1,874 2,396 2,350 2,143 1,782 1,772 1,364

Total 321 314 312 306 283 280 256 254 247 243

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Year 2000 1992 1993 2001 1983 1982 1999 1995 1985 1994

Yds 2,396 2,286 2,877 2,350 1,756 1,816 1,554 1,772 1,699 1,874

Att 239.8 210.1 207.8 187.4 184.3 180.8 178.6 178.2 177.2 170.5

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Year 1983 2005 1994 2002 1961 1964 1958 1982 1978 1981

G-Yds 12-818 11-962 10-892 12-1104 9-841 9-865 9-868 13-1265 11-1135 10-1049

Year 1997 2008 2005 2009 1998 1996 2001 1993 2007 1982

Yds 4,210 3,708 2,965 3,020 3,524 3,697 4,149 3,243 3,269 3,405

Att 558 492 474 450 450 449 437 432 431 425

T1. T1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Year 2008 1997 2009 2001 2007 2005 1996 1982 1986 1998

Yds 3,708 4,210 3,020 4,149 3,269 2,965 3,697 3,405 3,060 3,524

Cmp 321 321 280 276 269 267 258 258 258 254

PASSING YARDS TDs 35 33 32 30 28 27 26 24 24 23

RUSHING DEFENSE Att 520 500 500 497 496 495 485 477 476 464

1. 2. 3. t4. t4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

PASS COMPLETIONS

RUSHING TDs

RUSHING ATTEMPTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Year 1993 2000 2001 1992 2002 1961 1994 1982 1998 1979

RUSHING OFFENSE

FIRST DOWNS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

PASS ATTEMPTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Year 2000 1997 2001 2008 1996 1998 1982 1999 2007 1993

Att-Cmp-Int 380-240-13 558-321-22 437-276-17 492-321-18 449-258-14 450-254-10 425-258-11 364-221-13 431-269-11 432-223-13

Yds 4,346 4,210 4,149 3,708 3,697 3,524 3,405 3,336 3,269 3,243

PASSING OFFENSE Avg. 68.2 87.5 89.2 92.0 93.4 96.1 96.4 97.3 103.2 104.9

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Year 2000 2001 2008 1997 2007 1998 2004 1996 1986 1999

Yds 4,346 4,149 3,708 4,210 3,269 3,524 2,883 3,697 3,060 3,336

Att 334.3 319.2 309.0 300.7 297.2 293.7 288.3 284.4 278.2 278.0

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Year 2000 1997 2001 1998 1996 1993 2008 1999 2007 1986

PASSES INTERCEPTED

Yds 4,346 4,210 4,149 3,524 3,697 3,243 3,708 3,336 3,269 3,060

TD 45 37 34 31 29 29 28 27 25 24

COMPLETION PCT. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 3.

Year 1986 1985 2008 2002 1984 2000 2001 1983 2007 2009

Att-Cmp 528-365 296-202 492-312 319-204 359-229 380-240 437-276 381-238 431-269 450-280

Year 2000 1985 2001 2002 1986 1999 2004 1984 1996 1982

Att-Cmp 380-240 296-202 437-276 319-204 365-258 364-221 348-213 359-229 449-258 425-258

Pct 70.68 68.24 65.24 63.95 63.79 63.16 63.16 62.47 62.41 62.2

Yds 306-126 227-98 558-321 317-147 326-137 268-144 282-148 387-213 360-194 296-148

Att 29 24 22 22 22 22 21 20 19 19

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Year 2000 2001 1993 1997 1996 1998 1982 2008 2002 1999

Plays 865 913 927 1054 946 849 925 884 839 828

Yds 4,346 2,767 4,149 2,964 3,060 3,336 2,883 2,880 3,697 3,405

Rat 191.46 163.42 160.80 158.68 157.87 155.03 144.39 143.99 141.70 140.69

Year G-Yds 1956 9-743 1951 9-837 1950 8-744 1964 9-858 1949 9-858 1955 9-887 1959 9-893 1962 9-904 1963* 8-872 1954 8-879 * incomplete stats (8 games)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Year 2000 1993 2001 1992 1998 1995 1986 2008 1997 2002

Yds 6,742 6,120 6,499 4,890 5,312 4,362 4,694 5,117 5,968 5,107

Yds 6,742 6,499 6,120 5,968 5,449 5,312 5,221 5,117 5,107 4,890

Avg. 518.6 510.0 499.9 444.5 442.7 436.2 426.7 426.4 426.3 425.6

INTERCEPTIONS BY Avg. 82.6 93.0 93.0 95.3 95.3 98.6 99.2 100.4 109.0 109.9

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Year 1973 1977 1982 1983 1975 1968 1970 1967 2000 1969

Yds 227 378 365 321 237 251 247 200 225 193

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Year 1977 1982 1983 1978 1989 1997 1972 1968 1970 1975

INT 28 26 24 16 15 17 11 24 22 24

3RD-DOWN CONV. Yds 378 365 321 304 285 284 261 251 247 237

PENALTY YARDS

TOTAL OFFENSE (AVG.)

PASSING DEFENSE 1. t2. t2. t4. t4. 6. 7. t8. 9. 10.

Year 1967 1960 1997 1973 1969 1966 1970 1972 1977 1975

TOTAL OFFENSE

QB RATING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

INTERCEPTION YDS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Year 1998 1982 1977 1997 2000 1999 1980 2001 1996 1979

Yds 137 113 96 127 109 111 80 112 120 87

Year 1998 1997 1960 1996 1982 2001 1999 2000 1985 1983 1977

Yds 1217 1022 n/a 928 1072 942 975 978 871 812 1038

Avg. 1,217 1,072 1,038 1,022 978 975 952 942 928 914

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. t10. t10.

Year 1983 1999 1987 1997 2002 1998 1996 2000 1986 2001 1992

Yds n/a 378 n/a 386 299 306 288 298 n/a 286 241

Conv/Att 73/141 76/151 80/163 76/162 78/174 71/159 87/201 72/168 81/190 67/158

Pct. 51.8 50.3 49.1 46.9 44.8 44.7 43.3 42.9 42.6 42.4

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. t10. t10. t10.

Year 2000 1993 1992 2006 2008 2009 1998 2004 1999 2003 1997 1995

Conv/Att 8/10 15/19 7/10 12/20 17/29 11/19 10/18 6/11 11/21 8/26 9/18 9/18

Pct. 80.0 78.9 70.0 60.0 58.6 57.9 55.6 54.5 52.4 50.0 50.0 50.0

TOTAL FUMBLES Avg. 137 127 127 120 113 112 111 109 100 96 96

QB SACKS BY INT 29 28 26 24 24 24 22 21 20 20

Year 2000 1985 2001 1993 2008 2006 2005 1999 1996 2009

4TH-DOWN CONV.

TOTAL PENALTIES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. t10. t10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. t2. t2. 4. t5. t5. t5. 8. t9. t9.

Year 1968 1982 1967 1978 1987 1976 1969 1974 1996 1975

Lost 22 16 19 17 15 21 20 15 15 13

Total 45 35 35 34 33 33 33 32 31 31

FUMBLES LOST Sacks 68 53 51 50 46 45 44 43 40 39 39

1. 2. t3. t3. t3. 6. 7. t8. t8. t10. t10.

Year 1968 1976 1969 1966 1977 1967 1964 1978 2001 1982 2002

Total 45 33 33 30 28 35 24 34 30 35 29

Lost 22 21 20 20 20 19 18 17 17 16 16

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Career Records SCORING

RECEPTIONS

OVERALL 1. Eddie Loretto 2. Preston Jackson 3. Matt Brown T4. G.P. Muhammad T4. Rafael Fernandez 6. Michael Oliva 7. Emmanuel Benjamin 8. Ray Sullivan 9. Eric Friend 10 John Shoemaker REGULAR-SEASON ONLY 1. Eddie Loretto 2. Rafael Fernandez 3. Matt Brown

Years 1985-88 1991-93 1998-2000 1995-98 1989-93 1999-2002 2004-07 1981-84 1997-2000 1996-99 Years 1985-88 1989-93 1998-2000

TD 0 40 40 38 0 37 0 0 0 33 TD 0 0 36

FG 47/72 0 0 0 32/52 0 30/54 31/51 14/22 0 FG 46 30 0

XP 132/142 3 0 4 140/153 0 122/136 115/129 171 0 XP 128 128 0

Pts 273 246 240 236 236 222 212 208 213 204 Pts 266 218 216

RUSHING YARDS OVERALL 1. G.P. Muhammad 2. Preston Jackson 3. Ron Austin 4. Shola Adeyemo 5. Matt Brown 6. Jermaine Rucker 7. Matt Massari 8. Shawn Rogers 9. JOE TROMBETTA 9. Lonnie Cagle REGULAR-SEASON ONLY 1. G.P. Muhammad 2. Preston Jackson 3. Ron Austin

Years 1998-2001 2003-06 1995-98 1980-82 2007-09 1994-96 1987-90 1991-93 1985-86 1982-84 Years 2003-06 1998-2001 2007-09

Years 1995-98 1991-93 1977-80 1987-90 1998-2000 1995-96 2001-02 1981-83 2007-Present 1955-59 Years 1995-98 1991-93 1977-80

Att 685 539 646 456 436 425 298 404 384 325 Att 598 469 623

Yards 3,589 3,325 2,968 2,269 2,234 2,044 1,814 1,812 1,618 1,431 Yards 3,148 2,950 2,875

Avg 5.2 6.2 4.6 5.0 5.1 4.8 6.1 4.5 4.2 4.4 Avg 5.3 6.3 4.6

TD 28 40 23 20 38 28 15 23 15 12 TD 26 34 22

Att 1070 1154 982 820 898 777 819 729 633 736 Att 1154 808 898

Cpl 669 690 566 470 572 441 487 386 441 466 Cpl 690 510 572

Int 41 33 30 25 24 25 23 24 16 25 Int 33 32 24

Pct 62.5 59.8 57.6 57.3 63.7 56.8 59.5 52.9 69.7 63.3 Pct 59.8 63.1 63.7

Yds 10,745 8,220 7,601 6,637 6,435 6,051 5,773 5,681 5,555 5,387 Yds 8,220 8,143 6,435

TD Ratg 96 168.8 50 128.2 68 139.4 44 136.9 46 135.5 43 134.0 34 126.8 50 134.5 42 160.2 37 134.6 TD 50 72 46

PUNTING Player 1. Chris Shibel 2. Chris Humes 3. Scott Lindquist 4. Bill Ingram 5. Greg Alley 6. Pat Inglesby 7. Jim Tregea 8. Ryan Christie 9. Brett Dickinson 10. Chip Dull

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Years 2006-09 2003-06 1998-2001 1999-2002 1996-99 1982-85 1970-72 1989-92 2005-08 1981-83 1992-94 Years 2006-09 2003-06 1996-99

Rec 213 207 194 192 192 169 153 137 136 128 128 Rec 213 207 158

Yards 2,434 2,752 3,258 3,379 2,969 2,921 2,147 1,891 1,952 1,941 1,592 Yards 2,434 2,752 2,460

Avg 11.4 13.3 16.8 17.6 15.5 17.3 14.0 13.8 14.4 15.0 12.4 Avg 11.4 13.3 15.6

TD 15 17 25 37 33 22 20 20 20 17 8 TD 15 17 29

TOTAL OFFENSE

PASSING YARDS OVERALL 1. J.T. O’Sullivan 2. Jon Grant 3. Kevin Daft 4. Ken O’Brien 5. Greg Denham 6. Mark Grieb 7. Jeff Bridewell 8. Khari Jones 9. Chris Petersen 10. Scott Barry REGULAR-SEASON 1. Jon Grant 2. J.T. O’Sullivan 3. Greg Denham

OVERALL 1. Chris Carter 2. Tony Kays 3. Charley Enos T4. Michael Oliva T4. John Shoemaker 6. Randy Williams 7. Tay Thompson 8. Josh Weinstock 9. Brandon Rice T10. Allen Fleming T10. Mike Ichiyama REGULAR-SEASON ONLY 1. Chris Carter 2. Tony Kays 3. John Shoemaker

Years 2001-04 1989-92 1985-87 1968-69 1997-2000 1982-83 1973-74 1995-96 2007-08 1978-79

No 198 152 110 150 244 125 121 95 34 122

Yds 8,062 5,981 4,316 5,875 9531 4,882 4,713 3,668 1,310 4,689

Avg 40.72 39.35 39.24 39.17 39.061 39.056 38.95 38.61 38.53 38.43

LG 63 76 67 71 70 73 62 70 61 70

OVERALL 1. J.T. O’Sullivan 2. Jon Grant 3. Kevin Daft 4. Khari Jones 5. Ken O’Brien 6. Greg Denham 7. Chris Petersen 8. Mark Grieb 9. Scott Barry 10. Jeff Bridewell REGULAR-SEASON 1. J.T. O’Sullivan 2. Jon Grant 3. Kevin Daft

Years 1998-2001 2003-06 1995-98 1991-93 1980-8245 2007-09 1985-86 1994-96 1982-84 1987-90 Years 1998-2000 2003-06 1995-98

Plays 1,300 1,415 1,144 927 1,097 944 831 902 924 978 Plays 985 1,415 944

Rush 799 288 95 883 -74 -170 540 -121 209 -303 Rush 600 288 92

Pass 10,745 8,220 7,601 5,681 6,637 6,435 5,555 6,051 5,387 5,773 Pass 8,143 8,220 6,197

Total 11,544 8,508 7,696 6,564 6,563 6,265 6,095 5,930 5,596 5,470 Total 8,743 8,508 6,289

Rec 1,040 1,592 151 45 304 1,082 3,379 356 2,969 2,752

PRet 0 641 0 507 0 0 0 0 0 165

KRet 0 602 106 2,999 254 90 0 852 46 0

Total 4,629 4,048 3,582 3,562 3,526 3,441 3,393 3,252 3,015 2,932

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS OVERALL 1. G.P. Muhammad 2. Mike Ichiyama 3. Preston Jackson 4. Artemus Jones 5. Ron Austin 6. Shola Adeyemo 7. Michael Oliva 8. Jermaine Rucker 9. John Shoemaker 10. Tony Kays

Years 1995-98 1992-94 1991-93 1996-99 1977-80 1987-90 1999-2002 1995-96 1996-99 2003-06

Rush 3,589 1,213 3,325 11 2,968 2,269 14 2,044 0 15

INTERCEPTIONS OVERALL 1. Adam Williams 2. John Silverfoote 3. Joe Caviglia T4. Jonathan Barsi T4. Bo Eason T6. Nevan Bergan T6. Jeff Allen T8. Nate Nelson T8. Jeremy Veasey T8. John Miller

Years 1972-73, ’75 1973-75 1997-99 2003-06 1982-83 2003-06 1977-79 1998-2001 1995-97 1970-71

Int 15 13 12 11 11 10 10 9 9 9

Yards 142 126 56 154 238 79 194 33 70 199

TD 1 0 0 1 3 0 3 0 0 0

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Career Records RUSHING ATTEMPTS OVERALL 1. G.P. Muhammad 2. Ron Austin 3. Preston Jackson 4. Matt Brown 5. Shola Adeyemo 6. Jermaine Rucker 7. Shawn Rogers 8. JOE TROMBETTA 9. Lonnie Cagle T10. Matt Massari T10. Fred Wheeler QUARTERBACKS 1. J.T. O’Sullivan T2. Khari Jones T2. Chris Petersen

Years 1995-97 1977-80 1991-93 1998-2000 1987-90 1995-96 1981-83 2007-Present 1955-59 2001-02 1976-78 Years 1998-2001 1991-93 1985-86

PASSING TDs Att 685 646 539 436 434 425 404 384 325 298 298 Att 230 198 198

RUSHING TDs OVERALL 1. Preston Jackson 2. Matt Brown T3. G.P. Muhammad T3. Jermaine Rucker 5. Fred Wheeler T6. Shawn Rogers T6. Ron Austin 8. George Mock 9. Shola Adeyemo 10. O.J. Swanigan

Years 1991-93 1998-2000 1995-98 1995-96 1976-78 1981-83 1977-80 1970-71 1987-90 2002-04

TD 40 38 28 28 24 23 23 22 20 17

PASSING ATTEMPTS OVERALL 1. Jon Grant 2. J.T. O’Sullivan 3. Kevin Daft 4. Greg Denham 5. Ken O’Brien 6. Jeff Bridewell 7. Mark Grieb 8. Scott Barry 9. Khari Jones 10. Jim Speck

Years 2003-06 1998-2001 1995-98 2007-09 1980-82 1987-90 1994-96 1982-84 1991-93 1973-76

Att 1,154 1,070 982 898 830 806 777 735 729 687

PASSING COMPLETIONS OVERALL 1. Jon Grant 2. J.T. O’Sullivan 3. Greg Denham 4. Kevin Daft 5. Jeff Bridewell 6. Ken O’Brien 7. Scott Barry T8. Mark Grieb T8. Chris Petersen 10. Khari Jones

Years 2003-06 1998-2001 2007-09 1995-98 1987-90 1980-82 1982-84 1994-96 1985-86 1991-93

Comp 690 669 572 566 480 470 465 441 441 386

COMPLETION PERCENTAGE OVERALL (Min. 100 comp) 1. Chris Petersen 2. Greg Denham 3. Scott Barry 4. J.T. O’Sullivan 5. Ryan Flanigan 6. Todd Sloat 7. Matt Engle 8. Jon Grant 9. Jeff Bridewell 10. Kevin Daft

Years 1985-86 2007-09 1982-84 1998-2001 2000-03 1985-87 2004-07 2003-06 1987-90 1995-98

Pct. 69.7 63.7 63.3 62.5 62.3 61.4 61.3 59.8 59.6 57.6

OVERALL 1. J.T. O’Sullivan 2. Kevin Daft T3. Jon Grant T3. Khari Jones 5. Greg Denham 6. Ken O’Brien 7. Mark Grieb 8. Chris Petersen T9. Ryan Flanigan T9. Scott Barry T9. Mike Moroski

PUNT RETURN YARDS Years 1998-2001 1995-98 2003-06 1991-93 2007-09 1980-82 1994-96 1985-86 2000-03 1982-84 1975-78

TD 96 68 50 50 46 44 43 42 37 37 37

Years 2007-09 2004-07 1985-86 1987-90 2003-06 1980-82 1995-98 1978-80 1991-93 2000-03

Pct. 1.82 2.17 2.53 2.73 2.86 3.01 3.05 3.28 3.29 3.35

RECEIVING YARDS OVERALL 1. Michael Oliva 2. Charley Enos 3. John Shoemaker 4. Randy Williams 5. Tony Kays 6. Chris Carter 7. Tay Thompson 8. Allen Fleming 9. Bakari Grant 10. Brandon Rice

Years 1999-2002 1998-2001 1996-99 1982-85 2003-06 2006-09 1970-72 1981-83 2006-09 2005-08

Yards 3,379 3,258 2,969 2,921 2,752 2,434 2,147 1,941 1,937 1,932

Years 1998-2000 1979-80 1996-98 1973-75 1976-78 1999-2002 1982-85 1998-2001 1987-88 1978-80

Avg 24.1 23.6 19.8 19.2 18.0 17.6 17.2 16.2 16.8 16.2

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OVERALL (Min. 25 att) 1. Jesse Oliva 2. Joe Genasci 3. Glenn Adriatico 4. Artemus Jones 5. Mike Ichiyama 6. Eric Johnson 7. Randy Faccinto 8. Ernest Perkins 9. Armin Anderson 10. Curtis Steen

Years 2001-04 1988-91 1999-2002 1996-99 1992-94 1975-76 1967-69 1995-96 1983-85 1997

Avg 15.8 13.2 11.3 9.8 9.3 8.4 7.6 7.5 7.1 6.9

KICKOFF RETURN YARDS OVERALL 1. Artemus Jones 2. Calvin Ellison 3. Kevin Freeman 4. Tom Watts 5. Jermaine Rucker 6. Jerold Ligons 7. Arnold Hardy 8. Wayne Adkins 9. John Kohlmoos 10. Aaron Plunkett

Years 1996-99 1976-78 2001-04 1999-2001 1995-96 1983-86 1992-93 1985-86 1967-69 2001-03

Yards 2,999 1,000 931 873 852 851 824 736 649 644

OVERALL (Min. 25 att) 1. Jermaine Rucker 2. Calvin Ellison 3. Artemus Jones 4. Kevin Freeman 5. Terry Hall 6. Arnold Hardy 7. Wayne Adkins 8. John Kohlmoos 9. Aaron Plunkett 10. Jerold Ligons

Years 1995-96 1976-78 1996-99 2001-04 1987-88 1992-93 1985-86 1967-69 2001-03 1983-86

Yards 23.7 23.3 22.4 22.2 21.3 21.1 21.0 20.9 20.77 20.76

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RECEIVING TDs OVERALL 1. Michael Oliva 2. John Shoemaker 3. Charley Enos 4. Randy Williams T5. Brandon Rice T5. Francis Montes T5. Josh Weinstock T5. Tay Thompson T9. Bakari Grant T9. Anthony Terry T9. Howard Gravelle

Yards 1,176 656 641 507 441 330 303 244 243 233

KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE

YARDS PER CATCH OVERALL (Min. 50 rec) 1. Onome Ojo 2. Jon Delfatti 3. Francis Montes 4. Anthony Terry 5. Calvin Ellison 6. MIichael Oliva 7. Randy Williams 8. Charley Enos 9. Mike Sellar 10. Jeff Zimmerman

Years 1983-85 1999-2002 1992-94 1996-99 2001-04 1988-91 1967-69 1978-82 1997 1995-96

PUNT RETURN AVERAGE

INTERCEPTION PERCENTAGE OVERALL (Min. 100 att) 1. Greg Denham 2. Matt Engle 3. Chris Petersen 4. Jeff Bridewell 5. Jon Grant 6. Ken O’Brien 7. Kevin Daft 8. John Lucido 9. Khari Jones 10. Ryan Flanigan

OVERALL 1. Armin Anderson 2. Glenn Adriatico 3. Mike Ichiyama 4. Artemus Jones 5. Jesse Oliva 6. Joe Genasci 7. Randy Faccinto 8. Bill Woehler 9. Curtis Steen 10. Brian Favors

Years 1999-2001 1996-99 1998-2001 1982-85 2005-08 1995-98 1989-92 1970-72 2006-09 1973-75 1967-69

TD 37 33 25 22 20 20 20 20 18 18 18

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Career Records FIELD GOALS MADE 1. Eddie Loretto 2. Rafael Fernandez 3. Ray Sullivan 4. Emmanuel Benjamin 5. Rolf Benirschke T6. SEAN KELLEY 6. Dusty Apocotos 7. Rod Holmquist 8. Bernie Furlan 9. George Kiss

PAT MADE Years 1985-88 1989-93 1981-84 2004-07 1974-76 2008-Present 2002-03 1978-81 1967-69 1972-73

FG 47 32 31 30 29 22 22 21 17 15

FGA 72 52 51 54 43 28 28 37 41 27

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 1. Eddie Loretto 2. Emmanuel Benjamin 3. Rafael Fernandez 4. Ray Sullivan 5. Rolf Benirschke 6. Bernie Furlan 7. Rod Holmquist T8. SEAN KELLEY T8. Dusty Apocotos 10. George Kiss

Years 1985-88 2004-07 1989-93 1981-84 1974-76 1967-69 1978-81 2008-Present 2002-03 1972-73

FGA 72 54 52 51 43 41 37 28 28 27

Pct 65.3 61.5 60.8 55.6 67.4 78.6 78.6 56.8 42.5 55.6

LG 50 45 49 44 52 52 49 50 44 39

1. Eric Friend 2. Rafael Fernandez 3. Eddie Loretto 4. Emmanuel Benjamin 5. Ray Sullivan 6. Dusty Apocotos 7. SEAN KELLEY 8. Rolf Benirschke 9. Cortney Williams T10. Mike Ellis T10. Adrian Wagner

Years 1997-2000 1989-93 1985-88 2004-07 1981-84 2002-03 2008-Present 1974-76 2001 1994-96 1970-71

XP 171 140 130 122 115 77 72 58 55 54 54

Years 1997-2000 1989-93 1985-88 2004-07 1981-84 2002-03 2008-Present 1978-81 2001 1994-96

XPA 189 153 142 136 129 82 74 65 63 61

PAT ATTEMPTS 1. Eric Friend 2. Rafael Fernandez 3. Eddie Loretto 4. Emmanuel Benjamin 5. Ray Sullivan 6. Dusty Apocotos 7. SEAN KELLEY 8. Rod Holmquist 9. Cortney Williams 10. Mike Ellis

Career Defensive Records Note: UC Davis had kept complete records for tackles (solo and assists) and tackles-for-loss since the 1987 season. However, defensive stats did not become officially recognized by the NCAA until 2000.

TOTAL TACKLES 1. Kris Spraker 2. Jason Hairston 3. Mike Morales 4. Chad Sindel 5. Kelly Valaau 6. Ejiro Evero 7. Nate Nelson 8. Robby Flannery 9. Dan Elbanna 10. Joe Caviglia

ASSISTED TACKLES Years 1997-2000 1992-94 2006-2009 1996-99 2000-03 1999-2000, ’02-03 1998-2001 1998-2000 2002-05 1996-99

Tackles 290 271 261 252 247 219 213 201 200 188

SOLO TACKLES 1. Jason Hairston 2. Mike Morales 3. Kris Spraker 4. Joe Caviglia 5. Ejiro Evero 6. Kelly Valaau 7. DeShá Runnels 8. Nate Nelson 9. Mike McDonald T10. Dan Elbanna T10. Morice Mabry CURRENT AGGIES IN CAPS 2009 Marks in Bold

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1. Chad Sindel 2. Kris Spraker 3. Kelly Valaau T4. Robby Flannery T4. Jason Hairston 5. Mike Morales 6. Nate Nelson 7. Dan Elbanna 8. Robert Kincade 9. Steve Thompson

Years 1996-99 1998-2000 2000-03 1997-99 1992-94 2006-2009 1998-2001 2002-05 1988-91 1987-89

AT 179 159 140 135 135 126 120 116 110 101

TACKLES FOR LOSSES† Years 1992-94 2006-2009 1997-2000 1996-99 1999-2000, ’02-03 2000-03 1996-99 1998-2001 1990-92 2002-05 1990-92

UT 136 135 131 126 122 107 92 93 91 84 84

1989-2000† 1. Josh Anstey 2. Aaron Volkoff 3. Robby Flannery 4. Kris Spraker 5. Jason Geldermann 6. Greg Gatto 7. Mike Shepard 8. Chad Sindel T9. Jeff Brunswig T9. Brian Anderson

Years 1995-98 1997-99 1997-2000 1997-2000 1996-98 1995-98 1989-91 1996-99 1994-95 1990-92

TFL 51 45 44 43 42 41 33 30 28 28

2001-Present 1. John Faletoese 2. James Amos 3. Pila Fatukala T4. Mike Morales T4. B.J. Brust T6. Patrick Michelier T6. Jake Mossawir T8. Dan Elbanna T8. Kelly Valaau

Years 2005-2008 2004-07 2001, ’03-05 2006-09 1999-02 2006-09 2001-04 2002-05 2000-03

TFL 36.5 32.5 24.0 21.5 21.5 20.0 20.0 19.5 19.5

† Prior to 2001, TFLs were recorded without designation between solos and assists. Since 2001, the statistic was recorded such that solo TFLs were worth 1.0 while assisted TFLs were considered 0.5. In the latter list, players whose careers crossed this boundary had their pre-2001 numbers converted to comply with the current rules.

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INTERCEPTION RETURNS

Player Yds Opponent Year Jim Wilson...............................................94t................ Southern Oregon.....................................1953 JOE TROMBETTA.......................................90t................ WESTERN WASHINGTON...........................2007 Shola Adeyemo........................................90t................ Saint Mary’s...........................................1990 Matt Massari ..........................................89t ............... Abilene Christian . ...................................2002 Kale Turner..............................................88t................ at Eastern Washington..............................2007 Lou Hausmann.........................................87 ................ Cal Ramblers...........................................1953 Ken Kuykendall........................................86................. Humboldt State.......................................1949 Shola Adeyemo........................................85................. Chico State.............................................1990 Preston Jackson........................................84................. Humboldt State.......................................1992 Lonnie Cagle............................................83................. Cal Ramblers...........................................1956 Charles Richards.......................................79................. UC Santa Barbara....................................1940 Preston Jackson........................................77t................ Chico State.............................................1993 Rick Hamilton...........................................77................. Nevada..................................................1973 John Nedderman......................................75................. San Francisco State..................................1947 Jerold Ligons............................................75................. Cal State Northridge.................................1984 Eldred Lane..............................................74................. Saint Mary’s...........................................1926 Rick Hamilton...........................................70................. Portland State.........................................1974 Ron Austin...............................................70................. Santa Clara.............................................1977 Mark Ford...............................................70................. Sonoma State.........................................1985

PASSING Players Yds Opponent Year Mike Moroski to Calvin Ellison......................................99t......... Puget Sound................................1978 Chris Petersen to Frank Bispo.......................................92t......... Humboldt State............................1985 Ken O’Brien to Allen Fleming........................................91t......... Northern Michigan.........................1982 Todd Sloat to Mike Sellar.............................................88.......... Santa Clara..................................1987 J.T. O’Sullivan to Onome Ojo . .....................................86t ........ Northeastern State . .....................1999 Mark Grieb to Brian Favors...........................................86t......... Cal State Northridge......................1996 Jon Grant to O.J. Swanigan..........................................84t......... Weber State.................................2004 Scott Barry to Randy Williams .....................................84.......... Sacramento State.........................1984 J.T. O’Sullivan to Onome Ojo . .....................................80t ........ Sacramento State ........................2000 Khari Jones to Arnold Hardy..........................................80.......... Cal Poly . ....................................1993 Mike Quinn to Mike Sellar............................................80.......... Sonoma State..............................1988 Khari Jones to Andrew Murden......................................80.......... San Francisco State.......................1992 Jon Grant to Marcus Nolan...........................................79.......... at South Dakota State...................2006 Ryan Flanigan to Charley Enos . ...................................79t ........ New Mexico Highlands .................2000 J.T. O’Sullivan to Onome Ojo . .....................................78t ........ Texas A&M-Commerce ..................1999 Kevin Daft to Francis Montes........................................78t......... Southern Utah..............................1997 Mark Grieb to Francis Montes.......................................78t......... Chico State..................................1996 Jim Wilcox to Phil Stewart...........................................78.......... Chico State..................................1965 Dennis Bunting to Phil Stewart......................................78.......... Chico State..................................1966 Mike Moroski to Calvin Ellison......................................76.......... Puget Sound................................1978 Ken O’Brien to Jon Delfatti...........................................76.......... Cal Poly Pomona...........................1981 Jeff Bridewell to Bart Greene........................................76.......... Santa Clara . ...............................1991 J.T. O’Sullivan to Onome Ojo . .....................................77t ........ Western Washington ....................2000

Player Yds Opponent Year Elijah Hall................................................97t................ Chico State.............................................1989 Ben Waller...............................................90................. Chico State.............................................1951 Adam Cook..............................................87t................ Sacramento State....................................2007 Adam Williams.........................................84................. Cal State Northridge.................................1975 DeSha Runnels.........................................83t................ Tex.A&M-Commerce.................................1998 Orin Allen................................................79................. San Francisco State..................................1958 Jim Noonan.............................................79................. Sacramento State....................................1983 Jim Gardiner............................................78................. Chico State.............................................1937 Andy San Juan.........................................75................. Chico State.............................................1978 Don Johnston...........................................72................. Chico State.............................................1977 Bo Eason.................................................71................. Cal St. Hayward......................................1982

KICKOFF RETURNS Player Yds Opponent Year John Nedderman......................................100t.............. Fairfield Army/Air Base............................1948 Ryan Ramey............................................98................. Sacramento State....................................2004 Kevin Freeman ........................................96t ............... Western Oregon .....................................2002 Carl Frazer...............................................95................. Fresno State...........................................1934 Jason Holleman . .....................................90t ............... Cal State Northridge . ..............................2001 Jason Holleman . .....................................90t ............... Cal State Northridge . ..............................2001 Calvin Ellison............................................89................. Humboldt State.......................................1977 JOSEPH GRAY.....................................81................ WINSTON-SALEM STATE..................2009 Jonathan Barsi.........................................72................. Sacramento State....................................2006 Aaron Plunkett.........................................69................. Western Oregon.......................................2003 Artemus Jones..........................................69................. Humboldt State.......................................1996 Artemus Jones . .......................................67 ................ Central Washington . ...............................1998 Glenn Adriatico ........................................66t ............... Tarleton State ........................................2001 Mel Byrd.................................................66................. Cal State Hayward...................................1977

PUNT RETURNS Player Yds. Opponent Year Joe Genasci.............................................94t................ Saint Mary’s...........................................1991 Jesse Oliva..............................................85t................ Weber State............................................2004 Bob Haase...............................................81................. Chico State.............................................1955 Tip Willis.................................................74................. Humboldt State.......................................1987 Bob Haase...............................................70................. Sacramento State....................................1956 Jesse Oliva..............................................68t................ Sacramento State....................................2004 Glenn Adriatico.........................................63t ............... Saint Mary’s ..........................................2000 Artemus Jones . .......................................63t ............... Western Oregon .....................................1998 Jesse Oliva..............................................60................. Northern Colorado....................................2004 Brian Favors.............................................60................. Central Oklahoma....................................1996 Dave Webb..............................................57................. UC Riverside............................................1966 Bud Wolfe...............................................56................. Pacific....................................................1933 Bill Weir..................................................55................. Chico State.............................................1928

FIELD GOALS Player Yds Opponent Year SEAN KELLEY.......................................52................ NORTH DAKOTA...............................2009 Terry Rutledge..........................................52................. Cal State Hayward...................................1975 Rolf Benirschke........................................52................. Cal State Hayward...................................1976 Eddie Loretto............................................52................. Chico State.............................................1988 Rod Holmquist..........................................50................. Cal State Northridge.................................1980 Rod Holmquist..........................................50................. Cal Poly ................................................1980 Eddie Loretto............................................50................. Chico State.............................................1988 Dusty Apocotos.........................................49................. Texas State.............................................2003 Dusty Apocotos.........................................49................. Grand Valley State...................................2003 Ryan Christie............................................49................. Portland State.........................................1996 Ray Sullivan.............................................49................. Cal Poly ................................................1984 Eddie Loretto............................................49................. South Dakota..........................................1986 Rolf Benirchke..........................................48................. UC Riverside............................................1975 Ray Sullivan.............................................48................. Chico State.............................................1984 CURRENT AGGIES IN CAPS 2008 Marks in Bold

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RUSHING 30 Rushing Attempts: 34 by Antar Mahasin at Sac State, 10/4/03 300 Rushing Yards 305 by Mike Ichiyama at S.F. State, 1994 200 Rushing Yards 221 by Matt Massari at Cal Poly, 10/26/02 100 Rushing Yards 101 by JOSH REESE at Southern Utah, 10/31/09 75-Yard Run (no touchdown) 84 by Preston Jackson vs. Humboldt, 10/24/92 75-Yard Touchdown Run 88 by Kale Turner at Eastern Washington, 9/15/07 50-Yard Run (no touchdown) 62 by Matt Massari vs. Abilene Christian, 9/14/02 50-yard Touchdown Run 56 by CORBIN CUTSHAW vs. Iona, 10/18/08 3 Rushing Touchdowns 3 by Jon Grant at Youngstown State, 11/3/06 4 Rushing Touchdowns 5 by Matt Brown at Cal Poly, 10/21/00 2 Players Rush for 100 Yards 178 by O.J. Swanigan & 130 by Elihu Vann at Western Washington, 11/16/02

PASSING

20 Pass Completions 29 by Greg Denham at Sac State, 11/21/09 30 Pass Completions 43 by Greg Denham vs. Montana, 9/12/09 30 Pass Attempts 38 by Greg Denham at Sac State, 11/21/09 50 Pass Attempts 67 by Greg Denham vs. Montana, 9/12/09 3 Touchdown Passes 3 by Greg Denham vs. North Dakota, 11/14/09 4 Touchdown Passes 4 by Greg Denham at Cal Poly, 11/15/08 5 Touchdown Passes 5 by Greg Denham vs. Iona, 10/18/08 Touchdown Pass By Non-Quarterback 6 yds by NICK APRILE (to DEAN ROGERS) at Southern Utah, 10/31/09 100 Yards Rushing & Passing Khari Jones (102 & 328) at Sonoma State, 10/16/93 300 Yards Passing 380 by Greg Denham at South Dakota, 10/10/09 400 Yards Passing 434 by Greg Denham at San Diego, 11/22/08

TOTAL OFFENSE

300 Yards Total Offense 307 by Greg Denham at Sac State, 11/21/09

RECEIVING

10 Receptions 11 by Chris Carter vs. Western Oregon, 9/26/09 2 Players With 10 Receptions Chris Carter (18) and SEAN CREADICK (10) vs. Montana, 9/12/09 2 Touchdown Receptions 2 by Chris Carter vs. North Dakota, 11/14/09 3 Touchdown Receptions 3 by Brandon Rice at Cal Poly, 11/15/08

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2 Players With 100 Yards Receiving Brandon Rice (140 and BAKARI GRANT (118) vs. Cal Poly, 10/13/07 100 Yards Receiving 190 by Chris Carter vs. Montana, 9/12/09 75-Yard Touchdown Reception 84 yds by O.J Swanigan (from Jon Grant) at Weber State, 9/18/04 75-Yard Non-Scoring Reception 79 yds by Marcus Nolan (from Jon Grant) at South Dakota State, 10/28/06 50-Yard Touchdown Reception 59 by Bakari Grant (from Greg Denham) at San Diego, 11/22/08 50-Yard Non-Scoring Reception 68 by Chris Carter vs. Winston-Salem State, 10/17/09

SPECIAL TEAMS/DEFENSE

Kickoff Return for Touchdown 81 yds by Joseph Gray vs. Winston-Salem State, 10/17/09 Punt Returned for Touchdown 68 yds by Jesse Oliva vs. Sac State, 9/25/04 Interception Return for Touchdown 87 yds by Adam Cook at Sac State, 11/3/07 Fumble Return for Touchdown 34 yds by ERIC SOBOTKA vs. Winston-Salem State, 10/17/09 2 Interceptions Returned for Touchdown Carnell Green (46) & Justin Patterson (66) at Western Oregon, 9/28/02 50-Yard Field Goal 52 yds by SEAN KELLEY vs. Cal Poly, 11/7/09 4 Field Goals 4 by Emmanuel Benjamin vs. Southern Utah, 10/15/05 3 Field Goals 3 by SEAN KELLEY vs. Cal Poly, 11/7/09 Punt Blocked BROCK BUTLER vs. Southern Utah, 10/11/08 Punt Blocked for Touchdown Blocked by BROCK BUTLER, returned by DANNY HART vs. Southern Utah, 10/11/08 Field Goal Blocked Kenneth Brown vs. Cal Poly, 11/7/09 Blocked FG Return for Touchdown 54 yds return by Joshua Edwards (blocked by John Faletoese) vs. Southern Utah, 10/15/05 Two-Point Conversion by Rush by O.J. Swanigan vs. Sac State, 9/25/04 Two-Point Conversion by Pass by BAKARI GRNT (from Matt Engle) at Sac State, 11/3/07 Defensive Extra Point by Dave Heckman vs. Central Arkansas, 10/13/06 Extra Point Blocked by JACOB MAXSON at South Dakota, 10/10/09 Punt Blocked for Safety by Jeff Allen vs. Cal State Hayward, 10/16/77

TEAM TOTALS

Team Gained 200 Yards Rushing 244 at Southern Utah, 10/31/09 Team Gained 300 Yards Rushing 336 at Western Washington, 11/16/02 Team Failed to Gain 100 Yards Rushing 84 at Sacramento State, 11/21/09 Team Gained 300 Yards Passing 307 at Sacramento State, 11/21/09

Team Failed to Gain 100 Yards Passing 84 at Western Washington, 11/16/02 Team Gained 500 Yards Total Offense 649 vs. Iona, 10/18/08 Team Gained 600 Yards Total Offense 649 vs. Iona, 10/18/08 Team Failed to Gain 200 Yards Total Offense 130 at Nevada, 11/1/69 Held Team Under 100 Yards In Total Offense 96 (7 rush, 90 pass) vs. Western Oregon, 10/11/03 Fake Punt by Ryan Christie at Saint Mary’s, 10/26/96 Fake Field Goal at Sac State, 10/4/03 (15-yard gain by Nolan de Graaff) Scored At Least 50 Points 55 vs. Iona, 10/18/08 Scored At Least 40 Points 45 vs. Winston-Salem State, 10/17/09 Scored At Least 30 Points 35 at Southern Utah, 10/31/09 Won By Shutout 45-0 at Montana State, 9/16/06 Scored A Safety James Amos/Adam Cook tackle in end zone at Sacramento State, 11/3/07 Won on Last-Minute Field Goal 32 yds by Mark Rovetti with 0:08 left vs. San Francisco State, 10/27/90 Won on Last-Minute Touchdown 38-yd pass from Greg Denham to Bakari Grant vs. Northern Colorado (0:00 left), 10/4/08 Played an Overtime Game Won at Soutah Dakota, 24-23, 10/10/09 Played a Double-OT Game Won at Sac State, 36-28, 9/20/97 (3 OT) Played a Triple-OT Game Won at Sac State, 36-28, 9/20/97 Played a Tie Game Tied Humboldt, 31-31, 9/16/95 in Davis

BY OPPONENT Team Gained 500 Yards Total Offense 511 at Fresno State, 9/5/09 Kickoff Returned for Touchdown 100 yds by Shannon Thompson, Sonoma State, 10/22/94 Punt Returned for Touchdown 61 yds by Fesi Sitake (Southern Utah), 10/31/09 Interception Returned for Touchdown 46 yds by Colin Pretlow (Southern Utah), 10/31/09 Fumble Returned for Touchdown 54 yds by Michael Craven, Stanford, 9/17/05 (also 0 yds by Kevin Schimmelman in same game) Punt Blocked by Fresno State team, 9/5/09 Field Goal Blocked by Ryan Winterswyk (Boise State), 10/3/09 Scored a Safety Corbin Cutshaw tackled in end zone at Fresno State, 9/5/09 Shutout Recorded at Fresno State, 51-0, 9/5/09

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First-Team All-Americans 2009 Mike Morales Associated Press 2008 John Faletoese AP, TSN, Walter Camp 2006 Jonathan Barsi, FS Associated Press 2002 Forest Vance, OT D2Football.com 2000 J.T. O’Sullivan, QB D2Football.com 2000 Eric Friend, K AFCA 1999 Troy Larkin, OT AP, AFCA, Football Gazette 1999 Joe Caviglia, CB Football Gazette 1998 Wes Terrell, TE AFCA 1997 Kevin Daft, QB Football Gazette

1997 Wes Terrell, TE AFCA 1996 Josh Anstey, DE Football Gazette, AP, CoSIDA 1995 Aaron Bennetts, TE AFCA 1995 Mike Ichiyama, All-Purpose Football Gazette 1992 Preston Jackson, RB Football Gazette 1989 Steve Thompson, LB Associated Press 1987 Tim Lajcik, DT Football News 1985 Mike Wise, DE AP, Football News, Kodak/AFCA

1984 Scott Barry, QB Associated Press 1983 Bo Eason, FS Associated Press 1982 Ken O’Brien, QB Kodak/AFCA 1979 Jeff Allen, DB Associated Press 1978 Casey Merrill, DE Kodak/AFCA 1977 Chuck Fomasi, DT Associated Press 1976 Andy Gagnon, OG Kodak/AFCA 1972 Bob Biggs, QB Associated Press 1972 Dave Roberts, OT Kodak/AFCA

Dave Roberts

Casey Merrill

Jeff Allen

Ken O’Brien

Bo Eason

Scott Barry

Mike Wise

Tim Lajcik

Steve Thompson

Mike Ichiyama

Aaron Bennetts

Josh Anstey

AFCA - 1995

Associated Press - 1996 Football Gazette - 1995 CoSIDA - 1996

Wes Terrell

Troy Larkin

J.T. O’Sullivan

Forest Vance

Jonathan Barsi

John Faletoese

Kodak/AFCA - 1972

Associated Press - 1985 Football News - 1985 Kodak/AFCA - 1985

AFCA - 1998

Kodak/AFCA - 1978

Football News - 1987

Associated Press - 1999 Football Gazette - 1999 AFCA - 1999

Associated Press - 1979

Associated Press - 1989

D2Football.com - 2001

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Football Gazette - 1995

D2Football.com - 2002

Associated Press - 1983

Associated Press - 2006

Associated Press - 1984

Associated Press - 2008 The Sports Network - 2008

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2003

1989

1983

1978

Chris Carter*, WR Bakari Grant, WR Mike Healey, LB Tommy Hernandez, OL Sean Kelley, K Patrick Michelier, DE Mike Morales*, LB Dean Rogers, TE Jeremy Scott, CB Mark Tos, OL

Dusty Apocotos, K Ejiro Evero, S Brad Lekkerkerker, OT Forest Vance, OG

Steve Thompson*, LB Cameron Boyer, DE Jeff Hover, G Ron Polk, DB Tom Price, T Charlie Smith, C Jim Tomasin, FB Josh Weinstock, WR

Bo Eason*, FS Allen Fleming, WR Shawn Rogers, RB Glenn Fricker, DE Loyal Miner, LB John Johnson, G Scott Barry, QB Keith Bachman, OT Matt Hesselgren, LB Jay Lawson, CB Jim Noonan, SS

Randy Wilson, TE Ernie Bomprezzi, T Norm Yost, G James Johnson, C Mike Moroski*, QB Fred Wheeler, FB Calvin Ellison, WR Casey Merrill*, DE Brian Buckley, LB Steve Clerici, LB Mike Johnson, DB Jeff Allen, DB

2008 Chris Carter, WR Jonathan Compas, OL John Faletoese*, DT Tommy Hernandez, OL Tyler Pringle, LB Dean Rogers, TE

2007 James Amos, DL Jonathan Compas, OL Adam Cook, CB Bakari Grant, WR Brandon Rice, WR

2006 James Amos, DL Jonathan Barsi, FS Chris Buck, LB Jonathan Compas, OL John Faletoese, DL Tony Kays, WR Elliot Vallejo, OL

2005 Jon Grant*, QB Tony Kays, WR James Amos, DL John Faletoese, DL Mike Ng, DL Ben Reece, OLB Dan Elbanna, ILB Jonathan Barsi, DB

2004 Dan Fells, TE Jon Grant, QB Cory Lekkerkerker, OT Marc Manfredda, C Jesse Oliva, WR† Dan Reece, DB

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2002 B.J. Brust, DE Mike Gross, OT Matt Massari, RB Michael Oliva, WR Chris Shibel, P Forest Vance, OT Josh Vavao, DT

1993 Khari Jones*, QB Mike Ichiyama, WR Bob Shults, OL Aaron Bennetts, TE Preston Jackson, RB Scott Fuller, DL Jason Hairston, LB

1992 Preston Jackson*, RB Josh Weinstock, WR Adam Loew, TE Brian Andersen, DE Morice Mabry, FS Mike Ichiyama, Spec.

1991 Tyler Moore, G Bob Fenton, T Shawn Moss, TE Josh Weinstock, WR Brian Andersen, DL Bob Kincade, LB Mike McDonald, DB Morice Mabry, DB Joe Genasci, RS

1990 Bill Mills, G Shola Adeyemo, TB Mike Shepard, DT Alex Gash, T Bob Kincade, LB Tyler Moore, OG Bob Fenton, T Shawn Moss, TE Josh Weinstock, WR Joe Genasci, Spec. Brian Andersen, DE Mike McDonald, CB Morice Mabry, SS

1988 Tom Price, T Mike Sellar*, WR Eddie Loretto, K Ed McNicoll, LB Joe Lacono, G Shola Adeyemo, RB Kevin Blanchard, DL Mark Krieger, DB

1987 Jim Doughty, LB Brian Jones, C Steve Jones, G Tim Lajcik*, DL Scott Lindquist, P Todd Sloat, QB Jack Wildermuth, WR

1986

1982 Ken O’Brien*, QB Keith Bachman, T John Johnson, G Bob Slater, DT Paul Emery, LB Bo Eason, FS

1981 Ken O’Brien*, QB Frank Scalercio, C Glenn Fricker, DE Darryl Goss, RB Tony Grimes, DB

1980

Chris Petersen*, QB Jerold Ligons, RB Wayne Adkins, WR Brian Jones, C Steve Jones, G John Manion, DE Adam Henderson, LB Keith Lewis, CB

Ron Austin*, RB Ken O’Brien, QB Mike Kane, WR Bill Beckman, T Mike Irwin, T Frank Scalercio, C Mel Byrd, DB Neal Fromson, LB Rick Mohr, DE

1985

1979

Randy Williams, WR Ron Costa, T Doug Wagner, G Chris Mandeville, TE Mike Wise*, DE Larry Wear, FS Adam Henderson, LB

Norm Yost, T Ron Smith, G Ron Austin*, RB Jon Delfatti, WR Pat Fry, DT Brian Buckley, LB Jeff Allen, DB

1984 Scott Barry*, QB Dan Gazzaniga, T Chris Crespi, DT Jay Lawson, CB Daryl Hill, CB Matt Hesselgren, LB Randy Williams, WR

1977 Phil Barry, G John McKee, T Calvin Ellison, WR Mike Moroski*, QB Chuck Fomasi*, DT Jim Reifert, LB Rey Martinez, LB Jeff Allen, DB Mike Johnson

1976

Steve Griffin, WR Bob Watters, T Andy Gagnon, G Jim Speck*, QB Bill Fass, TE Ron Wade, DE Dave Bon, LB George Harper, DB Rolf Benirschke, K

1975 John Bigwood, T Bill Jenkins, G Anthony Terry, WR Charlie Merrill, DT Rick Svoboda, LB John Silverfoote, DB Adam Williams, DB

1974 Rick Fortner, TE Steve Lard, G Joe Lukawski, C Anthony Terry, WR Tom Slater, RB Phil Wells*, DE Steve Bronzan, LB John Silverfoote. DB

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AFFILIATIONS

Rick Fortner, TE Ron Sockolov, T Anthony Terry, WR Rick Hamilton, RB Ric Rimmer, DE Lincoln Ellis, LB Adam Williams, DB

Dick Carriere, QB Dale Weishahn, T Linn Wiley, SE Bill Reiche, DB

Don Lehman, OG Ron Hanna, HB

Joe Fiack, T Carl Frazer, E Russ Sweet, HB

Great West Football Conference 2004-present

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Div. I-AA Independents 2003

1972 Bob Biggs*, QB Jim Allen, FB Tay Thompson, WR Bruce Groefsema, DB Nick Lowe, DT Dave Roberts, T Steve Algeo, LB

1971 George Mock, FB Dave Clerici, DE Jim Fiack, LB Mike Bowles, DB Dave Roberts, T

1969 Tom Williams*, DT Jerry DeLoach, DE

1968

Jerry DeLoach, DE John Barkley, LB Howard Gravelle, TE

1967 George Ziser, MG Dave Webb, DB Doug Frederick, T Tony Christo, FB

1966 Dick South, FL

1965 Dick South, HB Jack DeWit, T Tom Russell, DT Paul Fiack, LB

1964 Jon Cooper, C Ray DiGuilio, DT

1962 Dick Carriere, QB Dale Weishahn, OT

1961 Carl Ehret, T Roger Swearingen, C Bob Foster, HB Jim Haynie, DE Dick Williams, DT

1959 Wes Fry, C

1949 Don Cox, E Bill Diaz, QB Archie Dessert, C

1948 Evert Schlinger, E Bob Hunt, T John Nedderman, HB

1942 Lyle Meyer, FB Lee DeWitt, G

1941

Alvin Christensen, T Mel Voos, HB

Mitsuo Nitta, E Lee DeWitt, G Charles Richards, HB Lyle Meyer, FB

1956

1940

Myrel Moore, E John Kidd, G Lonnie Cagel, HB

Mitsuo Nitta, E

1958

1955 Jim Waller, E Marv Mays, T John Kidd, G

1954 Mike Hall, G

1953 Bob Chilcott, T

1952 Phil Wintz, FB George West, DT Don Niboli, MG/G Leo Lynch, E

1951 Ben Waller, HB/DB Rich Donnell, HB Charles Hall, DE Ed Murphy, DE Ed Smith, LB Don Lehman, T Ernie Wetmore, E George Bonacich, QB

1939

Earl Clark, E Joe Fiack, T Russ Sweet, HB

1930 Pete Borges, T Gil Gilespie, G Dwight Waters, C

no affiliation 1994-2001

1929

American West Conference 1993

Kermit Schmidt, E Ben Robinson, T Charles Leathers, G Ed Stever, C Gil Gilespie, G Pete Borges, T Joe Martin, HB Tony Souza, FB

1938

Kermit Schmidt, E Frank Brett, QB

Paul Little, G Al Serpa, FB

1936 Dave Peterson, G

Far Western Conference 1925-1981

Ben Robinson, T Frank Brett, QB

1927

1937

Northern California Athletic Conference 1982-92

1928

Mitsuo Nitta, E

Misuo Nitta, E Al Serpa, FB

D-II Independent Football Alliance 2002

1926 Waldo Weeth, T Ben Taut, FB

1925 Waldo Weeth, T * - Conference Player of the Year

1935 Mike Chrisman, G Chris Graves, QB

1934 Carl Frazer, E H.S. Martinson, G

1933 (No Selections Made)

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Additional Award Winners NCAA POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP AWARD WINNERS

UC DAVIS INSTITUTIONAL AWARDS: FOOTBALL WINNERS

The NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Award is a $5,000 award given to student-athletes whol excel both on the field and in the classroom. The NCAA began the program in 1964. To qualify, student-athletes must maintain a 3.00 grade-point average during their collegiate careers and perform with distinction in varsity athletics. In 1999-2000, three Aggie student-athletes earned scholarship awards. Since the inception of the award, UC Davis ranks among the top 20 institutions – regardless of division – in the number of its student-athletes given this prestigious award. UC DAVIS FOOTBALL WINNERS

1998-99 Wes Terrell 1996-97 Mark Grieb 1996-97 Brian Favors* 1992-93 Brian Andersen 1991-92 Mike Shepard 1991-92 Bob Kincade 1989-90 Jim Tomasin 1985-86 Bob Hagenau 1978-79 Mark Markel 1976-77 Rolf Benirschke 1975-76 Dave Gellerman 1975-76 Dan Carmazzi * - Minority Enhancement Postgraduate Award

COLBY E. SLATER AWARD (Male Athlete of the Year) 2009 Chris Carter 2005 Tony Kays 2001 J.T. O’Sullivan 1999 Kevin Daft 1997 Mark Grieb 1995 Mike Ichiyama 1994 Preston Jackson 1988 Tim Lajcik 1987 Chris Petersen 1985 Scott Barry 1984 Bo Eason 1983 Ken O’Brien 1981 Ron Austin 1980 Jeff Allen 1979 Mike Moroski 1978 Mike Moroski 1977 Anthony Terry 1975 Phil Wells 1974 Lincoln Ellis 1973 Bob Biggs 1972 Jim Fiack 1967 Doug Hastings

W. P. LINDLEY AWARD (Scholastics, Athletics & Leadership) 2005 Chris Jones 1998 Wes Terrell 1994 Khari Jones 1991 Bob Kincade

LINDLEY AWARD (Cont.) 1990 Mike Shepard 1985 Bob Hagenau 1977 Rolf Benirschke 1974 Ron Sockolov 1971 Rudy Kadlub 1968 George Ziser 1967 Grover Ford 1963 Carl Ehret 1962 Dick James 1961 Charles Francis 1958 Tom Parker 1956 Robert Maulhart 1954 Hal Leigh 1953 Charles Adamson 1952 Don Niboli 1949 Don Brown 1942 Chester Locke 1935 Maitland Wolfe 1930 Paul Goodwin 1929 Ben Robinson 1928 George Gamer 1927 Leonard Krehbiel 1926 Robert Osborne 1925 Howard Lutz 1924 Herb Spilman 1923 George Bogart

CoSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS

VELOYCE GLENN WINSLOW AWARD

OTHER NATIONAL DIV. II AWARDS

The College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) annually select an Academic AllAmerica Team. To be eligible, a player must be a regular performer and carry at least a 3.20 cumulative GPA.

Three Aggie football players have earned the V. Glenn Winslow Award, bestowed annually upon the university’s outstanding graduating male senior.

HARLON HILL TROPHY FINALISTS

1986 2004 2008

Note: J.T. O’Sullivan also received one third-place vote for the Heisman Trophy in 2000, finishing T30th overall.

2004 1999 1998 1992 1992 1990 1978 1975 1972 1971 1971

Chris Jones, DT R.J. Starr, OL Wes Terrell, TE Mike Shepard, DL Bob Kincade, LB Jim Tomasin Mike Moroski, QB Dave Gellerman, LB Steve Algeo, LB Tay Thompson, WR Mike Hennig, DL

Bob Hagenau Chris Jones Matt Engle

Michael Oliva, WR (7th) J.T. O’Sullivan, QB (4th) J.T. O’Sullivan, QB (3rd) Kevin Daft, QB Mark Grieb, QB

AFCA GOOD WORKS TEAM 1998

Wesley Terrell, TE

COLLEGE FOOTBALL CHRONICLE UNSUNG HERO 1997

Joseph Castagnola, LB

BURGER KING SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE WEEK 1997 1996 1995

Note: Rolf Benirschke was inducted to the CoSIDA Academic All-America Hall of Fame in 2003.

Chris Jones

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Joseph Castagnola (Sept. 13) Ryan Christie (Oct. 5) Derek Vandersloot (Oct. 14)

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DOZIE AMAJOYI SEAN CREADICK DANNY HART DEAN ROGERS Tommy Hernandez Mike Morales Jonathan Compas John Faletoese Mario Gonzalez Tyler Pringle Chris Buck Mario Gonzalez James Amos Nevan Bergan Jon Grant Tony Kays Dan Elbanna Daniel Fells Tony Kays Ryan Sharp Marc Manfredda Jake Mossawir Jesse Oliva Tom Parisi Ejiro Evero Ryan Flanigan Kelly Valaau Forest Vance B.J. Brust Ejiro Evero Chris Maben Michael Oliva Charley Enos Nate Nelson J.T. O’Sullivan Viliami Tuivai Matt Brown Robby Flannery J.T. O’Sullivan Kris Spraker Joe Caviglia John Shoemaker Chad Sindel Jay Suesens Kevin Daft Greg Gatto G.P. Muhammad Chad Sindel Joseph Castagnola Kevin Daft Erik Lawrence Jeremy Veasey Jeff Brunswig Ted Corcoran Jermaine Rucker Jeff Brunswig Chris Chambers Ted Corcoran Chris Wilson Jason Hairston Aaron Bennetts Mike Ichiyama Dyrell Foster Keith Dunn Bob Shults Jason Hairston

1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968

Khari Jones Preston Jackson Josh Weinstock Paul Hasson Mike McDonald Morice Mabry Mike Shepard Bob Kincade Mike Quinn Cullen Wilkerson Jeff Bridewell Alex Gash Mike Difiori Steve Thompson Tom Price Cameron Boyer Jim Tomasin Jack Wildermuth Cameron Boyer Brian Jones Rob Rathbun Chris Petersen Adam Henderson Larry Wear Randy Williams Tim Saunders Scott Barry Jay Lawson Chris Crespi Bo Eason Shawn Rogers Ken O’Brien Bob Slater Bo Eason Ken O’Brien Don Barker John Lucido Ron Austin Rick Mohr John Lucido Brian Buckley Mike Moroski Mike Johnson Mike Moroski Jim Reifert Jim Speck Dave Bon Bill Jenkins John Silverfoote Rick Fortner Steve Lard Phil Wells Lincoln Ellis Ron Sockolov Dave Roberts Bruce Groefsema Mike Tenerowitz Jim Fiack Dave Clerici George Mock Rudy Kadlub Tom Odell Jerry DeLoach John Kohmoos Richard Tortosa George Bauslaugh

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1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1945 1944 1943 1942 1941 1940 1939 1938 1937 1936 1935 1934 1933 1932 1931 1930 1929 1928 1927 1926 1925 1924 1923 1922 1921 1920 1919 1918 1917 1916 1915

Mike Way George Ziser Dick South Paul Fiack Jack DeWit Karl Frank Mike Doyle Ray DiGuilio Dick Carriere Dale Weishahn Carl Ehret Carl Ehret Mack Smith Mel Voos Myrel Moore Tom Parker Duane Damron Duane Damron Don Donsing Don Niboli Phil Wintz Don Lehman Don Lehman Jim Anderson Evert Schlinger Lee Bloxham Boyd Bettencourt (no team) (no team) (no team) Lee DeWitt Mitsuo Nitta Bob Fryer Dave Peterson Howard McSweeney Dave Peterson Chris Graves Chris Graves Bud Wolfe Bob Frazer Russ Sweet Dudley Stephens (injured) Joe Fiack Pete Borges Kermit Schmidt Kermit Schmidt Ben Robinson Waldo Weeth Abe Lutz Herb Spilman Fred Klingaman George Bogart Alan Carter W.J. Fox Tom Cuffe (no team) George Marshall Ed Jones Hira Hall

AGGIES IN POSTSEASON ALL-STAR GAMES* *Year listed is the player’s senior season, not necessarily the calendar year in which the game was played. Only players who accepted invitations are listed. East-West Shrine Game 2004 2003 2001 1989 1985 1983 1979

Marc Manfredda Brad Lekkerkerker J.T. O’Sullivan Steve Thompson Jim Sochor (coach) Mike Wise Jim Sochor (coach) Bo Eason Mike Moroski

Hula Bowl All-Star Classic 1998

Kevin Daft

Blue-Gray All-Star Classic 1998

Kevin Daft

Japan Bowl 1982

Ken O’Brien

Martin Luther King All-America Classic 1989

Steve Thompson

Cactus Bowl (formerly Snow Bowl) 2003 2002 2001 2000

Dusty Apocotos Ejiro Evero Forest Vance Carnell Green Mike Gross Michael Oliva Charley Enos (DNP) Onome Ojo

Snow Bowl 1999 1998 1997 1996 1993

Troy Larkin Wes Terrell Kent Miller T.J. Brown Jeff Brunswig Jermaine Rucker Preston Jackson Bob Shults

Paradise Bowl 2003 2002 2001

Ryan Flanigan Michael Oliva Nate Nelson Chris Smith

All-Star Gridiron Classic 2001

J.T. O’Sullivan

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Aggie Team Awards JERRY NORRIS AWARD Most Valuable & Inspirational 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956

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Chris Carter John Faletoese Matt Engle Tony Kays Tony Kays Jesse Oliva Ejiro Evero Michael Oliva J.T. O’Sullivan J.T. O’Sullivan Kris Spraker John Shoemaker Chad Sindel Kevin Daft Joseph Castagnola Jeff Brunswig Mark Grieb Bryce Elliott Mike Ichiyama Khari Jones Preston Jackson Josh Weinstock Bob Kincade Joe Genasci Shola Adeyemo Jeff Bridewell Steve Thompson Ed McNicoll Mike Sellar Tim Lajcik Chris Petersen Mike Wise Randy Williams Scott Barry Bo Eason Ken O’Brien Don Barker Frank Scalercio Ron Austin Brian Buckley Mike Moroski Jim Reifert Jim Speck Bill Jenkins Anthony Terry Rick Fortner Phil Wells Rick Fortner Bob Biggs George Mock George Mock Bud Journey George Bauslaugh George Ziser Paul Fiack Jack DeWit Ray DiGuilio Dick Carriere Dale Weishahn Carl Egret Roger Swearingen Mack Smith Mel Voos Myrel Moore Tommy Adamson

1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 ’43-45 1942 1941 1940 1939 1938

Duane Damron James Reynolds Bob Chilcott Don Niboli Don Lehman Ron Hanna Archie Dessert Evert Schlinger John Nedderman Jack Coppes (no teams) Lee Dewitt Mitsuo Nitta Robert Fryer Hal Campbell Mitsuo Nitta Howard McSweeney

OUTSTANDING BACK/RECEIVER 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976

Bakari Grant Brandon Rice Brandon Rice Jonathan Barsi Nevan Bergan Kevin Freeman Antar Mahasin Matt Massari Carnell Green Michael Oliva Charley Enos Charley Enos Joe Caviglia G.P. Muhammad Chad Sindel Desi Barbour Jason Geldermann G.P. Muhammad Jermaine Rucker Ernest Perkins Jeff Brunswig Jermaine Rucker Aaron Bennetts Jason Hairston Preston Jackson Dyrell Foster Preston Jackson Joe Genasci Shola Adeyemo Jim Tomasin Mark Krieger Jim Tomasin Todd Sloat Jason Weatherby Roger Wilkinson Randy Williams Randy Williams Shawn Rogers Shawn Rogers Darryl Gross Ron Austin Ron Austin Jeff Allen Fred Wheeler Mike Johnson Fred Wheeler Jim Speck Dave Bon

1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957

Tom Slater John Silverfoote Tom Slater Rick Hamilton Adam Williams Jim Allen George Mock George Mock Bud Journey John Barkley Tony Christo Dick South Dick South Glenn DuFour Dick Carriere Dick Carriere Bob Foster Bob Foster Lonnie Cagle Mel Voos Walt Titcomb

OUTSTANDING LINEMAN/LINEBACKER 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983

Mike Morales Tommy Hernandez Mike Morales James Amos Jonathan Compas Michael Ng Elliot Vallejo Dan Elbanna Ben Reece Marc Manfredda Brad Lekkerkerker Kelly Valaau B.J. Brust Dominic Ghio B.J. Brust Chris Maben Lucien Cazenave Robby Flannery Troy Larkin Greg Gatto Troy Larkin Erik Lawrence Kent Miller T.J. Brown Bryce Elliott Mike Legrand Matt Eckman Mike Johnson Bob Shults Scott Fuller Bob Fenton Brian Andersen Shawn Moss John Garofalo Alex Gash Tom Price Joe Iacono Brian Jones John Manion Chris Mandeville Mike Wise Dan Gazzaniga Chris Crespi Glenn Fricker

1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957

Bob Slater Frank Scalercio Rick Mohr Norm Yost Pat Fry Casey Merrill Chuck Fomasi Bill Fass Ron Wade Bill Jenkins Charlie Merrill Phil Wells Ric Rimmer Tom Macy Dave Clerici Dave Clerici Tom Williams Jerry DeLoach George Ziser Tom Russell Jack DeWit Jon Cooper Dale Weishahn Dale Weishahn Carl Ehret Carl Ehret Wes Fry Alvin Christensen Tom Parker

JIM FERRIER AWARD Outstanding Transfer 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979

DANNY HART Steven Wulff no award Marcus Nolan Alex Garfio Ryan Sharp Cory Lekkerkerker Billy Zeier Steve Soares Carnell Green Jay-Jay Janabajal Matt Brown Dan Carrington Aaron Volkoff Desi Barbour Kent Miller Jermaine Rucker Chris Chambers Mike Johnson Arnold Hardy Jeff Krieger Tim Ancira Mike Eskridge Elijah Hall Joe Genasci Mike Hanley Mike Sellar Steve Jones Chris Petersen Ton Costa Frank Bispo Loyal Miner Dave Snow Paul Emery Frank Scalercio Jon Delfatti

1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962

Bret Del Bondio J.T. Cotton Chuck Fomasi Bill Fass Tom Slater Doug Allen George Kiss Nick Lowe George Mock Bert Barden Mike Clark Jerry Attaway Ron Field Mike Way Jack DeWit Jon Cooper Gary Kim

BOB OLIVER AWARD Unsung Hero 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981

Conor Kirkpatrick Luke McDonough Mario Gonzalez Kale Turner Timothy Keane Timothy Keane Ryan Payne Jeff Anderson Angelo Caffese Jon Barragan Justin Patterson Glenn Adriatico Kwamin Taylor Justin Locke Chris Smith Lee Caton Jessi Johnson Chris Williams Tim Bellig Josh Farrow Lucas Bader Stephen Heringer Ted Corcoran Greg Campbell Derek Vandersloot Dyrell Foster Tim Allen Bret Kwarta Jeff Brooks Paul Hasson Eric Smith Jim Dansby All seniors Mike Connors Rich Collins Doug Gomez Tim Prukop Wayne Rush Nick Stoll Carl Anberg Dan Hubert Dave Tischer Dewayne Townes Bill Thomas Loyal Miner Allen Fleming Paul Emery Bill Woehler

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Aggie Team Awards 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974

John Lucido Bill Blakemore Paul Belluomini Tib Belza Mike Davis Dan Butler Skip Mezger

COACHES AWARD Most Improved 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977

Greg Denham KEVYN LEWIS DEAN ROGERS SEAN CREADICK BRANDON TUCKER Mike Morales Kale Turner Mike Ng Blaise Smith Jon Grant Ben Reece Angelo Caffese Nolan De Graaff Ryan Flanigan Jake Mossawir Joe Bandel Jason Holleman Tom Watts Tony McCall Onome Ojo J.T. O’Sullivan David Hartvickson Jessi Johnson Joe Caviglia R.J. Starr Aaron Bugarske Jeremy Veasey Alonzo Grant Mark Grieb Rusty Stivers Erik Lekas Arnold Hardy Erik Lekas Jeff Brooks Matt Mason John Kavanaugh Jeff Brooks Robert Della-Santina Robert Walker Greg Williams Alex Gash Kevin Blanchard Kose Godinet Jim Hankin Lunny Lundstrum Chris Mandeville Rob Cuenin Jim Noonan Scott Barry Maurice Geddis Jim Travnick Bill Beckman Neal Fromson Tony Franks Pat Fry Kirk Hamilton Calvin Ellison

1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957

Jim Reifert Brant Bordsen Bill Bruce Ron Terra Steve Bronzan Skip Mezger Mike Hennig Mike Bowles Jimi McLemore Len Casanega Mike Haselswerdt Doug Hastings Jack Edwards Terry Minor Fred Corson Dennis McMahan Tom Giacomini Arleigh Williams Charles Francis Ben Oller Art Traugh

T. PALMER MOODY AWARD Outstanding Sophomore 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975

JACOB MAXSON Greg Denham Bakari Grant John Faletoese James Amos Tony Kays Daniel Fells Marc Manfredda Kelly Valaau Forest Vance Michael Oliva Charley Enos Kris Spraker John Shoemaker Greg Gatto Joseph Castagnola T.J. Brown Jeff Brunswig Gregg Ames Jason Hairston Mike Ichiyama Tyler Moore Morice Mabry Brian Andersen Mike McDonald Mike Shepard Josh Weinstock Shola Adeyemo Steve Thompson Mark Krieger Larry Wear Jerold Ligons Tim Lajcik Mike Wise Randy Williams Glenn Fricker Ken O’Brien Ron Smith Jeff Zimmerman Jeff Allen Casey Merrill Wally Loving

1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958

Jim Speck John Silverfoote Rick Fortner Tay Thompson Mike Tenerowicz Walt Wild Paul Fellers John Kohlmoos Dave Webb Gary Hack Dick South Karl Frank Ray DiGuilio Dick Carriere Dick Williams Frank Johnson Tom Watson

MIKE WISE AWARD Outstanding Freshman 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996

COLTON SCHMIDT ISHMAN ANDERSON JOE TROMBETTA Chris Carter John Faletoese James Amos Tony Kays Dan Elbanna O.J. Swanigan Pila Fatukala Justin Patterson Forest Vance Ejiro Evero Nate Nelson Jordan Bugarske Lee Caton Robby Flannery Troy Larkin

GEORGE BELENIS AWARD Outstanding Redshirt 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997

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TOM HEMMINGSEN BOBBY ERSKINE VICTOR LEE ROBERT AYOTTE Greg Denham DOZIE AMAJOYI Chris Carter Patrick Michelier Tom Blake Marcellous Grigsby James Amos Tim Plough Tony Kays Clayton O’Kane Billy Zeier Brett Lobel Marc Manfredda Tom Parisi Carnell Green Nathaniel Hackett Trae Milton Matt Brown Erik Taylor

1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986

Jordan Bugarske Robby Flannery Kris Spraker Chad Sindel Jay Suesens Josh Anstey Erik Lawrence Tom Reuss Andy Walczak Derek Duncan Bryce Elliott Ché Brooks Byron Smith Scott Renz Doug Van Lare David Antongiovanni Greg Mosbacher Doug Van Lare Jeff Hoover Bob Kincade Jim Tomasin

AGGIE PRIDE AWARD 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999

Mike Healey Tyler Pringle Tyler Pringle Naveen Daftari Kyle Skierski Ryan Sharp Kyle Tarp Lewis Burkhart Tom Parisi Mo Mortazavi Nathaniel Hackett Aaron Struck Nate Nelson Paul Cater Robby Flannery Sam Paneno

OUTSTANDING SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982

SEAN KELLEY SEAN KELLEY Mike Healey Gabe Ellis Ryan Ramey Chris Shibel Dusty Apocotos Dusty Apocotos Dan Reece Jason Holleman Eric Friend Jason Holleman Artemus Jones Artemus Jones Ryan Christie Ryan Christie Tim Meyer Lenny Tran Rafael Fernandez Chris Humes Chris Baumann Kevin Kelly Jeff Trimmer Scott Lindquist Eddie Loretto Tim Harrington Armin Anderson Tim Harrington Eddie Loretto Armin Anderson Pat Inglesby Tate Edwards

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Drafted in 1983, the “Year of the Quarterback,” Ken O’Brien led the AFC in passing in 1985. He passed for 25,094 yards during his career, placing him just ahead of Bob Griese on the all-time NFL career list.

Rolf Benirschke set San Diego Charger records for career field goals (146) and scoring (766) and is a member of that team’s Hall of Fame. He is also the author of Alive And Kicking, which chronicles his heroic battle with ulcerative colitis.

Kevin Daft continued the tradition of great Aggie quarterbacks moving up to the pro ranks in 1999. The following summer, Daft led NFL Europe in passing as a member of the Scottish Claymores.

Nine years after his outstanding career at UC Davis, Winnipeg Blue Bombers quarterback Khari Jones was named Most Valuable Player of the Canadian Football League.

In 2004 and 2007, J.T. O’Sullivan led the Frankfort Galaxy to NFL Europe’s World Bowl. He was chosen as coOffensive MVP in the league’s final year, posting a 104.8 passer’s rating in 2007.

Aggies In The NFL Draft Player Drafted NFL Service J.T. O’Sullivan Saints #6 - 2002 New Orleans (2002-03), Green Bay (2004), Minnesota (2005), Carolina (2006), Detroit (2007), San Francisco (2008), Cincinnati (2009) Onome Ojo, WR Saints #5 - 2001 New Orleans (2001) Kevin Daft, QB Titans #5 - 1999 Tennessee (1999) Jeff Bridewell, QB Cardinals #12 - 1991 — Mike Wise, DL Raiders #2 - 1986 Los Angeles Raiders (1986-90), Cleveland (1991) Scott Barry, QB 49ers #6 - 1985 — Bo Eason, DB Oilers #2 - 1984 Houston (1984-87) Ken O’Brien, QB Jets #1 - 1983 New York Jets (1983-92), Philadelphia (1993) Jeff Allen, DB Dolphins #12 - 1980 Miami (1980), San Diego (1982) Mike Moroski, QB Falcons #6 - 1979 Atlanta (1979-84), Houston (1985), San Francisco (1986) Casey Merrill, DE Bengals #5 - 1979 Green Bay (1979-83), N.Y. Giants (1984-85), New Orleans (1986) Rich Martini, WR Raiders #7 - 1977 Oakland (1979-80), New Orleans (1981) Rolf Benirschke, K Raiders #16 - 1977 San Diego (1977-86) Anthony Terry, WR Eagles #17 - 1976 — Tom Williams, DE Chargers #2 - 1970 San Diego (1970-71) Howard Gravelle, TE Chargers #12 - 1970 — Jerry DeLoach, DE Raiders #12 - 1970 —

OTHER AGGIES IN THE PROS Player Aaron Bennetts Bob Biggs Melvin Byrd Jonathan Compas Matt Devine Charley Enos Daniel Fells Bob Fenton Bakari Grant Mark Grieb Khari Jones Tony Kays Brad Lekkerkerker Cory Lekkerkerker

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Team and/or League Scotland, NFL Europe Winnipeg, CFL; Portland, World Football League British Columbia, CFL Oakland Raiders, Tampa Bay, NFL World League of American Football Winnipeg, CFL Atlanta, St. Louis, NFL Arena Football League San Francisco, NFL Anaheim & San Jose, Arena League Scotland, NFL Europe; Las Vegas, XFL British Columbia, Winnipeg, CFL; Albany, Arena League; Scotland, NFL Europe Cincinnati, NFL Houston, Oakland, NFL San Diego, Dallas, Tennessee, NFL

Chris Mandeville Rick Mohr Michael Oliva John Shoemaker Chris Smith Steve Thompson Elliot Vallejo Forest Vance

Green Bay & Washington, NFL Toronto & Saskatchewan, CFL; Oakland, USFL New York Jets, NFL Arizona, NFL New York Jets, NFL Sacramento, World League of American Football Arizona, NFL Green Bay, NFL

Boldface players were active and on rosters as of August 2010

Mark Grieb is believed to be the first-ever Aggie to be depicted in a “bobblehead” doll. The 2002 Arena Football League MVP holds several league records and was selected as the Arena Bowl XXI Most Valuable Player.

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Cal Aggie Athletics Hall of Fame The Cal Aggie Athletic Hall of Fame was established in 1980 to provide special recognition for outstanding accomplishment in intercollegiate athletics. To be considered for the Hall of Fame, a participant must have competed with unusual distinction in an intercollegiate sport for at least two seasons, achieved recognition at the conference, regional or preferably national levels, and achieved this accomplishment in a manner that exemplifies the UC Davis concept of a student-athlete. Furthermore, a five-year period must elapse from the most recent participation in athletics before a student-athlete becomes eligible for induction. Player ........................................................................Years Participated . .................Inducted Bob Biggs......................................................................................... 1969-72.......................... 1980 Ray E. Crawford, Jr............................................................................. 1959-62.......................... 1980 James G. Fiack.................................................................................. 1968-72.......................... 1980 Fred Frick......................................................................................... 1937-38.......................... 1980 Don Lehman..................................................................................... 1949-51.......................... 1980 Everett Ben Robinson......................................................................... 1926-29.......................... 1980 Colby E. “Babe” Slater....................................................................... 1914-17.......................... 1980 Herb Spilman.................................................................................... 1921-24.......................... 1980 John Nedderman............................................................................... 1946-50.......................... 1981 Mitsuo Nitta...................................................................................... 1938-41.......................... 1981 Kermit Schmidt.................................................................................. 1926-29.......................... 1981 Rolf V. Benirschke.............................................................................. 1973-77.......................... 1982 Waldo W. Weeth................................................................................ 1924-30.......................... 1982 G.R. “Pete” Borges............................................................................ 1926-30.......................... 1983 Donald L. Brown................................................................................ 1947-49.......................... 1983 Dick Carriere..................................................................................... 1960-64.......................... 1983 Donald B. Niboli................................................................................ 1949-52.......................... 1983 Roy D. Soekland................................................................................ 1937-40.......................... 1983 Joe Fiack.......................................................................................... 1930-32.......................... 1984 Charles R. Hoffman............................................................................ 1930-32.......................... 1984 Clarence Lapp.................................................................................... 1932-35.......................... 1984 James R. Speck................................................................................. 1973-76.......................... 1984 Tay Thompson................................................................................... 1970-72.......................... 1984 John E. Kidd...................................................................................... 1954-58.......................... 1985 Casey Merrill..................................................................................... 1975-79.......................... 1985 Michael Moroski................................................................................ 1975-79.......................... 1985 Ronald Austin, Jr................................................................................ 1977-81.......................... 1986 Chuck Fomasi.................................................................................... 1976-77.......................... 1986 Brian J. Buckley................................................................................. 1976-80.......................... 1987 Rich Martini...................................................................................... 1973-77.......................... 1987 Dale B. Weishahn.............................................................................. 1962-64.......................... 1987 Grover H. Ford................................................................................... 1963-67.......................... 1990 Kenneth O’Brien................................................................................ 1980-83.......................... 1990 Randy Williams................................................................................. 1982-85.......................... 1991 Scott Barry....................................................................................... 1981-84.......................... 1993 Chris Peterson................................................................................... 1985-86.......................... 1992 James “Bo” Eason............................................................................. 1979-83.......................... 1994 Tim Lajcik......................................................................................... 1983-88.......................... 1994 Shawn Andre Rogers.......................................................................... 1981-83.......................... 1995 James W. Anderson............................................................................ 1946-69.......................... 1996 Glenn D. Fricker................................................................................. 1980-83.......................... 1996 Steven W. Thompson.......................................................................... 1986-89.......................... 1996 Donald Zeman................................................................................... 1987-89.......................... 1996 Preston Jackson................................................................................. 1991-93.......................... 2000 Khari Jones....................................................................................... 1991-93.......................... 2000 Mike Ichiyama.................................................................................. 1992-94.......................... 2002 Tom Williams, Ph.D............................................................................ 1967-69.......................... 2004 Kevin Daft........................................................................................ 1995-98.......................... 2005 Wes Terrell........................................................................................ 1995-98.......................... 2006 J.T. O’Sullivan................................................................................... 1998-01.......................... 2008 Troy Larkin........................................................................................ 1996-99.......................... 2009 Michael Oliva.................................................................................... 1999-02.......................... 2010 Fred Arp........................................................................................... 1967-07.......................... 2010

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Clarence Lapp

John Nedderman

Jim Anderson

Dick Carriere

Dale Weishahn

Tom Williams

Bob Biggs

Rolf Benirschke

Mike Moroski

Ron Austin

Glenn Fricker

Randy Williams

Preston Jackson

Kevin Daft

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1967 1972-73 1920-21-22 1981 1949-50-51-52 1998 1955-56 1981-82 1987-88-89-90 1985-86 1999-00-01-02 1973-74-75 1986 1927-28 1917 1982, ’84 1941-42 1977, ’79-80 1920 1948-49-50 1948-49-50-51 1963-64 1950 1968, ’70 1920-21 1931-32 2006-07-08 1971-72 1973-74-75 1973 1926 1966 1976-77-78-79 1971-72 1987-88-89 1970 1957-58 1992-93-94 1997-98-99-00 1916 1966 1981-82 1997 1998-99 1972-73-74 2007-08-09 2003-04-05-06 1915 1993-94 2004-05-06-07 1949-50-51-52 1982, ’84-85-86 1993 1991-92 1989-90-91-92 1983-84-85 1949 1939-40-41 1960 1973-74-75 1942, ’49 1976 2008-09 2001-02-03-04 1946-47-48-49

Anderson, John Anderson, Linn Anderson, Neil Anderson, Stan Andre, Scott Andrews, Henry Angelman, Jack Angius, Mike Ankele, Chad Ankeny, Jim Annand, Sam Annear, Tom Anstey, Josh Antongiovanni, Dave Aparicio, Joe Apocotos, Dusty Aprile, Nick Archer, Tom Archinski, Bill Armstrong, Marty Arnett, Floyd Arp, Fred Arthur, Chris Arthur, Dale Arthur, Noel Ashby, Bill Ashby, Dick Asmus, Rudolph Assefa, Tsegab Atchley, Everett Attaway, Jerry Aukes, David Austin, Ronnie Averett, Frank Avery, Saxton Avila, A.J. Avis, Bob Ayers, Jess Ayers, Shawn Ayerza, John Ayotte, Robert Ayvazyan, Grant

1980 1961-62-63 1936-37 1939-40 1985 1970 1935 1974-75 1969 1947 1931 1952 1995-96-97-98 1990-91-92 1950, ’52 2001-02-03 2009 1968 1968 1971-72-73 1930-31 1965 1999,2001 1973-74 1931 1966-67-68 1965-66 1920 1997-98-99-00 1938 1967 1981 1977-78-79-80 1978-79-80-81 1921 2000-01-02-03 1940 1956 1990-91-92 1956-57-58 2008-09 2006-07

Bach, Andrew Bachman, Keith Bader, Lucas Badger, Lance Bailey, Roy Baines, Richard Baird, Callan Baker, Brooks Baker, Ed Baker, Henry “Fenny” Balding, Walt Baldo, Ed Ball, Wilbur Ballard, Matt Bandel, Joe Banks, Troy Banta, Dan Baranek, Paul Barber, Don Barber, John Barber, Mike Barbour, Desi

1993 1982-83 1994-95-96-97 1985-86 1936 1923 1999-00 2009 1936-37 1952 1967-68-69 1946 1936 1994-95-96 1999-00-01-02 1985 1952 1932-33-34 1976-77, ’79-80 1979 1982 1996-97

Barboza, Rick Barden, Bert Barker, Don Barker, Herb Barker, Jim Barkley, John Barletta, Greg Barlow, Dick Barovetto, John Barragan, Jon Barrass, Glen Barrett, Jim Barry, Phil Barry, Scott Barsi, Jonathan Barth, Al Bartholomew, Wayne Bartlett, Dave Bartlett, Mike Bartok, Steve Barton, Brad Bartsch, Will Bassford, George “Pete” Bath, Don Baumann, Chris Baumgartner, John Bauslaugh, George Bayles, Bob Beagle, Jon Bear, Bill Beasley, Tim Beatty, Dennis Beck, Inman Beck, Tom Becker, Harvey Beckman, Bill Beckman, Willard Bectell, Bill Bee, Mark Beechinor, Leonard Beeman, John Belenis, George Belenis, Jim Bell, Ernie Bellasis, Greg Bellig, Tim Bellotti, J.P. Bellotti, Mike Belloumini, Paul Belza, Tom “Tib” Benham, Laurence Benirschke, Rolf Benjamin, Andrew Benjamin, Emmanuel Benner, Dave Bennett, Bill Bennetts, Aaron Benson, Buster Benson, Phil Bentley, Boyd Bergan, Nevan Bergstrom, Eric Bergstrom, Mark Berryman, Philip Bertoli, Adolph

1975-76 1969 1979-80-81 1924-25 1940 1967-68 1970-71 1921 1956-57-58-59 2000-01-02-03 1920 1968 1976-77 1982-83-84 2003-04-05-06 1961 1959 1992-93 1963-64-65 1954 1984-85-86 1991 1923 1951 1987-88-89-90 1923 1966-67-68 1932 1972 1952-53-54 1989 1968 1921 1983-84-85 1939-40 1979-80 1928 1934 1974 1936-37-38-39 1949 1946 1980 1980-81-82 2005-06-07 1997-98 2005 1969-70-71-72 1976-77-78 1976-77 1916 1974-75-76 2009 2004-05-06-07 1985, ’87 1956 1992-93-94 1974-75 1977 1965-66 2004-05-06 1998-99-00-01 1971-72 1926-27 1957

Best, Matt Bettencourt, Boyd Bettencourt, George Bickle, Harold Biddick, Russell Bielar, Chuck Bielar, Elster “El” Biggs, Bob Bigwood, John Bilbo, Bill Bird, Tom Birkley, Tyler Bischel, Dave Bishop, Verlin Bispo, Brad Bispo, Frank Bizzini, Ernest Black, Everett Blackstock, James Blaine, Gordon Blair, Vince Blake, Tom Blakemore, Bill Blanchard, David Blanchard, Kevin Bland, Ed Bleecker, Harold Blevins, Leonard Bloom, John Bloxham, Jim Bloxham, Lee Bluford, Bobby Boeger, Mike Bogart, George Bogart, John Bogle, Warren Bolles, Grove Bolton, Rusty Bomprezzi, Ernie Bon, Dave Bonacich, George Bonaldo, Derek Bonaldo, Dino Bonetto, Justin Bonito, Frank Bonnheim, Walter Bonsall, Larry Boone, Brian Boone, Irwin “Ike” Borba, Gil Borchert, Albert Borders, Jeff Bordsen, Brant Borges, Gerald “Pete” Bossert, Steve Bowen, Fred Bowles, Mike Bowman, Dan Bowman, Matt Boyd, Derwin Boyer, Cameron Boyer, Ricky Boyle, Mike Bozarth, Wayne Bracy, Merle

1996-97-98 1940-41-42, ’46 1924 1981 1940 1923-24-25-26 1923-24-25-26 1969-70-71-72 1973-74-75 1951 1925 2003-04-05 1969-70-71 1928-29 2006-07-08-09 1983-84-85 1952-53 1936 1941 1952-53 1981 2005 1978-79 1988-89-90 1987-88-89 1951 1917,’19 1981-82 1942 1937 1946-47 1990-91, ’93-94 1960 1920-21-22 1962 1938 1979-80 1973 1977-78-79 1973-74-75-76 1948, ’50-51-52 1990-91-92 1991-92 2006 1926, ’30 1916 1979 1981 1927-28-29 1931-32, ’35 1929 1986 1974-75-76 1926, ’28-29-30 1981 1985-86-87-88 1968-69-70 1973-74, ’76 1973 1978-79 1986-87-88-89 1976-77 1990 1941 1982

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1985 1979-80-81 1979 1931-32 1929 1955 1940-41-42 1989 1935 1926-27-28 1989 1923-24-25-26 1946 1987-88-89-90 1974, ’76 1958 1929-30, ’32 1966 1942 1972 1971-72-73-74 1992-93-94 1990-91-92-93 1977-78-79 1939 1916 1919 1922 1963-64 1959-60 2006 1978-79-80 1974-75-76 1946, ’48 2005-06-07-08 1992-93 1977 2009 1988 2006-07-08-09 1920 1925 1998-99-00 1917 1986 1946-47 1993-94-95-96 1938-39 1974-75 1932-33-34 1979 1994-95-96 1999-00-01-02 1967-68 1973 1993 2004-05-06-07 1977-78-79 1938 1994 2004 1963-64 1994-95-96 1997-98-99-00 1949

Buich, Nicholas Bumgardner, Rush Bunting, Dennis Burch, Arthur Burgelin, Charles Burkhart, Lewis Burnett, Howard Burnham, Clark Burrell, Clyde Burroughs, Don Burson, Leslie Burton, Paul Bush, Ronald “Mitch” Buster, John Butler, Brock Butterworth, David Byrd, Mel Cacanando, Ryan Caffese, Angelo Cagle, Lonnie Caid, Jesse Caldwell, Everett Calhoun, Chester Calhoun, Jonathan Calhoun, Mike Callan, Brett Camboia, David Camp, Kim Campbell, Aaron Campbell, Austin Campbell, Bert Campbell, Bryce Campbell, Chester Campbell, Greg Campbell, Hal Campbell, Jim Campbell, Pat Campbell, Scott Campos, George Cannon, Don Cannon, Jerron Cantor, David Carasali, Natale Carleton, Jerry Carlson, Gary Carmazzi, Dan Carpy, Charles Carr, Gavin Carriere, Dick Carriere, Herb Carrington, Dan Carter, Allen Carter, Bryant Carter, Chris L. Carter, Chris J. Carter, Ken Carter, Leslie Carter, Sean Carvalho, Adrian Casanega, Len Casazza, Lance Case, Jack Casey, Warren Cass, Quincy

2003 1927 1965-66-67 1934 1941 2001-02-03-04 1923-24, ’26 1921 1917, ’19 1930 1922 1964-65-66 1959-60 1948 2008-09 2002-03 1978-79-80 1999-00-01-02 2001-02-03-04 1955-56, ’58-59 1997 1936 1921 2007-08-09 2004-05-06 1995 1989 1934-35 2004-05 1946 1932, ’35 2001-02 1923-24 1993-94-95 1938-39-40 1970-71 1995 1989 1949 1949 2001 1988 1957 1942 1960-61-62-63 1971, ’73-74-75 1953 1981-82 1960-61-62-63 1955-56-57-58 1998-99 1919-20-21 1985-86 2004-05-06-07 2006-07-08-09 1957 1919 1996-97-98 1992, ’94-95 1968 1991-92-93-94 1932 1915 1947-48

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Cassella, Geno 1995 Cassidy, Harold 1920 Castagnola, Joseph 1995-96-97 Castaneda, Rich 1979 Cater, Paul 1996-97-98 ‘00 Catlin, Pete 1950-51 Caton, Damien 1996-97-98 Caton, Lee 1997-98-99-00 Catron, Wayne 1974 Caulfield, Rick 1967 Caviglia, Joe 1996-97-98-99 Cazenave, Lucien 1997-98-99-00 Celentano, Paul 1976 Cello, Kris 1967 Cercos, Ted 1977 Chambers, Chris 1994-95 Chambers, Lee 1956-57 Chambers, Morgan 1951 Chandon, Howard 1949 Chao, David 1993 Chapla, Greg 1987-88 Charlesworth, Bill 1947 Charvoz, Alan 1923-24 Chase, John 1962 Chase, Pete 1964-65 Cheatham, Sterling 1915 Cherry, Gene 1956 Chesmore, Max 2005 Chi, Albert 1999 Chilcott, Bob 1952-53 Chrisman, Mike 1933-34-35 Christensen, Alvin “Skip” 1956-57-58 Christensen, Bernard 1927 Christian, Fred 1923 Christiansen, Jim 1946-47 Christie, Ryan 1995-96 Christo, Tony 1966-67-68 Cia, Matt 1991-92 Clark, Curtis “Whitey” 1924 Clark, Earl 1930-31 Clark, Fred 1942 Clark, Mike G. 1987-88 Clark, Mike R. 1968-69 Clary, Paul 1953-54 Clay, Jim 1959-60-61 Clemente, John 1936-37 Clerici, Dave 1968, ’70-71 Clerici, Steve 1976-77-78, ’80 Close, Dave 1996 Clugson, Chris “C.J.” 1994 Cobb, James 1998-99 Coblentz, Sam 1956-57-58-59 Cochran, Bill 1971-72 Cochrane, James 1921-22 Coe, Guy 1978 Coe, James 1930 Cohen, Doug 1915-16-17 Cohen, Marty 1969-70-71-72 Cohn, Chris 1989 Cohn, David 1919 Coker, Howard 1954 Colbert, Ralph 1991-92-93 Collins, Bill 1949 Collins, Charlie 1970-71 Collins, Doug 1985

Collins, Gerry Collins, Mike Collins, Rich Combs, Art Combs, Rickey Compas, Jonathan Comstock, Mike Conant, Raymond Conard, Boyd Congdon, Marshall Confetti, Kevin Connors, Mike Contreras, Ruedy Conway, Richard Conway, Ron Cook, Adam Cook, Alex Cook, Devon Coombs, Leonard Cooper, George Cooper, Jon Cope, Hansel “Butch” Coppes, Jack Corcoran, Ted Corlett, Tom Cornwell, Fred Cornwell, James Corso, Nick Corson, Fred Corwin, Frank Cost, Andy Cost, John Costa, Ron Costanza, Corey Costello, John Cotton, J.T. Courtwright, Jim Cox, Don Cox, Larry Craig, Andy Craig, Dennis Crandall, Alford Crandall, Ken Crane, Ellis Craven, Isaac Crawford, Grover Crawford, Ray Creadick, Sean Crebbin, Alfred Creer, Bob Crenshaw, Bob Crespi, Chris Crispin, Francis Crononwett, Mark Crooks, Keith Crosby, Mike Crosetti, Frank Cross, Tom Crudo, John Cuenin, Rob Cuffe, Marshall Cuffe, Tommy Cunningham, Carlston Cunningham, Howard Cunningham, Tom

1980-81 1983 1986-87-88 1979 1982-83 2005-06-07-08 1968-69-70 1922 1958 2007-08-09 1988 1985, ’87-88-89 1974-75-76 1941 1963-64 2004-05-06-07 2006 2002-03-04 1933-34, ’36 1947-48 1963-64 1960-61 1941-42, ’46-47 1994-95-96 1974 1924 1935 1979-80-81 1962-63 1921 1991-92-93 1932-33 1984-85 1990-91 1983-84-85-86 1977-78 1988 1949 1948 1981 1960 1915 1953-54 1919 1920 1920 1959 2007-08-09 1923-24 1958 1925 1982-83-84 1924 1959 1977 1976 1932 1991 1985 1981-82-83-84 1948 1919 1927 1922-23 1981-82

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All-Time Letterwinners List Curt, Shawn Curtis, Marvin Cutshaw, Corbin

1990 1917 2008-09

D’Ovidio, Gianni 2008 Daft, Kevin 1995-96-97-98 Daftari, Naveen 2003-04-05-06 Dal Porto, Norman 1936 Damir, Jim 1973 Damron, Duane 1952-53-54-55 Daniels, Audrey 1973 Daniels, Derick 2003-04 Dansby, Jim 1989-90-91 Darling, Henry 1926 Darr, Mike 1973-74-75 Daubenberger, Cecil 1941 Daum, Rick 1984-85-86 Davenport, Dwight 1958 Davidson, Rob 1983-84-85 Davies, Marlin “Skip” 1961-62 Davies, Sean 2009 Davis, Chad 2009 Davis, Earl 1922-23 Davis, Edward “Tyke” 1929, ’31 Davis, Kelvin 1981-82 Davis, Mark 1995 Davis, Mike 1975-75-76 Davis, Robert 1999-00-01 Davis, Sean 1992-93 Day, Raoul 1915-16-17 Decherd, Jim 1968-69-70 Deckert, Jeremy 1990 De Graaff, Nolan 2002-03-04-05 DeHaven, George 1926-27 DeKelaita, Kevin 1984 Del Bondio, Brett 1978-79 Delaney, Art 1920 Delano, Ted 1951 Deleon, David 2003 Delfatti, Jon 1979-80-81 Delgado, Rob 1983-84-85-86 Della-Santina, Robert 1988-89-90 DeLoach, Jerry 1967-68-69 DeLorme, Bob 1942 Delport, Marcel “Frenchy” 1933-34 DeMartin, Bob 1957 DeMartini, Louis 1932-33 Dempsey, Mike 1976-77-78 Denham, Greg 2007-08-09 Dennis, Kevin 1969 Dennis, Steve 1964-65 Derry, Bob 1956 Despotakis, Gus 1939 Dessert, Archie 1949 Dessert, Mark 1972 Detlefsen, Chet “Red” 1923-24 Dettling, Bobby 1987-88-89-90 Deutsch, Allan 1951-52-53, ’56 Devine, John 1985-87 Devine, Matt 1985-87 DeWar, Herb 1920 Dewing, Henry 1947 DeWit, Jack 1964-65 DeWitt, Clarence 1929 DeWitt, Lee 1940-41-42

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Dias, Ernest Diaz, Bill Diaz, Dave Dibble, John Dickenson, John Dickey, Jeff Dickson, David Dickinson, Brett Diebold, Joe Diefenderfer, Mike Difiori, Mike DiGuilio, Ray DiLeo, Frank Dillard, Jason Dimmler, Chuck Dinsdale, Edward Doherty, Kevin Doherty, Mike Doherty, Pat Dokos, Louie Dolan, Mike Donnell, Richard Donner, Chet Donsing, Don Dorian, Jim Doris, Madison Doris, Nelson Dossa, Norm Dostal, Vince Doty, Tom Doughty, Jim Douglas, Clifton Downey, Dave Downie, Dick Downs, John Doyle, Mike Draper, Barton Dressler, Milt Drew, Paul Droz, Reed Dubs, Bill Dudley, Edgar Dufau, Pierre DuFour, Glenn “Duffy” Dugan, John Dull, Charles “Chip” Dulli, Travis Duncan, Derek Dunlap, Vince Dunn, Keith Dunson-Strane, Tai Dunstan, Stephen Durst, Bob Dwelley, Ken Dwelley, Mark Dworak, John Eaglin, Michael Eales, Luther Eames, Edmund Eason, James “Bo” Eckman, Matt Eddy, Mark Edwards, Bill Edwards, Bruce

1935 1948-49 1962-63 1942, ’46 1952-53 1973-74 1954 2007-08 1998 1981 1988-89-90 1961-62-63-64 1984 1993, ’95-96 1960, ’63 1935 1996 1947-48 1980-81-82 1976-77 1938 1951 1935-36 1952-53-54-55 1947 2005-06 2003-04-05 1952 1995-96 1942 1985-86-87 1980 1968 1950, ’57 2002-03 1961-62-63-64 1916 1931-32 1956-57-58 1933 1939-40 1920 1947 1963-64-65-66 1915 1978-79 2006-07 1993-94-95 1962 1990-91-92-93 1995-96-97-98 2009 1934 1938 1973-74-75 1966 2000-01-02 1935-36-37 1923 1979, ’81-82-83 1991-92-93-94 1991-92-93 1946 1958-59-60

Edwards, Glenn Edwards, Jack Edwards, Josh Edwards, Tate Ehlers, Josh Ehret, Carl Ehrke, Jahm Elbanna, Dan Elliott, Bryce Elliott, Dave Elliott, Tom Ellis, Gabe Ellis, Lincoln Ellis, Mike Ellis, Rich Ellison, Calvin Ellithorpe, Phil Emde, George “Pud” Emerick, Ed Emerson, Bob Emerson, Dave Emery, Paul Emigh, Edgar Emparan, Bob Engebretson, Ralph Engle, Matt Engler, Joe Enos, Charley Enos, Steve Erickson, Dave Erickson, Jim Erskine, Bobby Eskridge, Mike Espinosa, Luis Ethridge, Dan Ettl, Mike Evans, Eddie Eveleth, Don Everly, Mike Evero, Ejiro Evero, Nero

1948 1965 2005 1980-81-82 1999 1960-61 1996-97 2002-03-04-05 1993-94-95 1950 1958-59 2005-06 1971-72-73 1994-95-96 1973 1976-77-78 1931-32 1926 1977 1937-38 1985 1981-82 1933 1942 1920 2004-05, 2007 1986-87-88 1998-99-00-01 1979-80-81 1964-65 1970 2009 1990-91 1994-95 1978-79 1955 1959 1926-27-28 1970-71-72-73 1999-00, 2002-03 2005-06-07-08

Faccinto, Randy Fairchild, Bailey Falconer, Don Faletoese, John Faria, Jim Farr, Edward Farrell, Bryan Farrell, Robert Farrell, Tom Farris, Mike Farrow, Josh Fass, Bill Fatukala, Pila Favors, Brian Feder, Brendan Fellers, Paul Fells, Daniel Feltham, Eddie Femling, Lee Fenton, Bob Fernandez, Rafael Ferrari, Jared Ferrier, Jim

1967-68-69 1926-27-28 1947 2005-06-07-08 1950 1946, ’48 2001 1935 1947 1991 1996-97-98 1973, ’75-76 2001, ’03-04-05 1995-96 1981-82 1968-69 2003-04-05 1920-21 1955 1990-91-92 1989-90-91-92-93 2001-02 1961

Fiack, Jim Fiack, Joe Fiack, Paul Fibich, Justin Field, Ron Fields, Greg Filley, Dwight Fineman, Martin Finn, Ted Fiorini, Forrest Fiorini, Larry Fischer, Tom Fisher, Charlie Fisher, Wes Flanigan, Ryan Flannery, Robby Fleming, Allen Fletcher, Desmond Fletcher, Ed Fletcher, Rob Fletcher, Tom Flores, Miguel Flores, Tony Folendorf, Clifford Fomasi, Chuck Forbes, Scott Ford, Al Ford, Grover Ford, Mark Forester, David Fortner, Rick Foskett, Bob Foster, Bob Foster, Dyrell Fowler, Robbie Fowler, Stan Fox, Phil Fox, William Francis, Charles Francis, Richard “Rip” Francis, Steve Francis, Steve L. Frank, Bill Frank, Karl Frank, Tom Franks, John Franks, Tony Frazer, Bob Frazer, Carl Frederick, Doug Fredericks, Bill Fredericks, Bill H. Freeman, Jeff Freeman, Kevin Freeman, Sherman Freeman, Steve Freese, Erik Freitas, Lloyd Frescura, Bob Frey, Gary Frey, Jack Frick, Fred Fricker, Glenn Fricker, Scott Friedemann, Bill

1968, ’70-71 1930-31-32 1964-65-66 2007-08-09 1966-67 1988-89-90 1950 1952-53 1928-29 1923 1929-30 1964-65 1963-64 1947 2000-01-02-03 1997-98-99-00 1981-82-83 1921-22 1919-20 1993 1984, ’86 2009 1977-78-79 1926 1976-77 1980-81 1982-83 1964, ’66 1981, ’83-84-85 1999 1971-72-73-74 1938-39 1959-60-61-62 1990, ’92-93-94 1972-73 1961-62 1961-62 1920 1957-58-59-60 1938-39 1983, ’85 1982 1966 1963-64-65 1941 1927 1977-78-79 1931-32-33-34 1932-33-34 1965-66-67 1956 1933-34 2007-08-09 2001-02-03-04 1917 2005-06 1992 1952 1960 1952 1935 1936-37-38 1980-81-82-83 1984 1935-36

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All-Time Letterwinners List Friederich, Pete Friend, Eric Frimmersdorf, Jeff Fringer, Troy Fromson, Neal Fry, Pat Fry, Wes Fryer, Bob Fucci, Jeff Fuchslin, Steve Fugazi, Louis Fugelsang, Nels Fuller, Scott Furlan, Bernie Furman, Duane

1983 1997-98-99-00 1987-88, ’90 1980-81 1978-79-80 1977-78-79 1957-58-59 1939-40 2006-07 1974 1955 1931-32 1989-90-91-92-93 1967-68-69 1952

Gaffney, Sean 1992-93-94 Gagnon, Andy 1973-74-75-76 Galan, Ray 1994 Galios, Matt 1981-82-83 Gallagher, Frank 1934-35-36 Gallagher, Kelsey 1997-98-99-00 Galleano, Roger 1984-85 Galvin, Brock 2008-09 Gandera, Theo 1939 Gantenbein, Tad 1957-58-59 Garafalo, John 1989-90-91 Garcia Jr., Edwin 1996-97-98, ‘00 Garcia, John 1969 Gardiner, Jim B. 1942 Gardiner, Jim W. “Stubby” 1936-37-38 Gardner, Jimmy 1916 Gardner, Ken 1960, ’62-63 Garfio, Alex 2005-06 Garner, George 1927 Garner, James 1923 Garnsey, Fred 1941 Garrett, Larry 1962-63 Garrison, Dan 1934 Garry, Brian 1982 Gartenberg, Art 1942 Gary, Jim 1958 Gash, Alex 1988-89-90 Gatewood, Mike 1994 Gatena, Steve 2006-07 Gatto, Greg 1995-96-97-98 Gauer, Gerry 1988-89 Gay, Charles 1916 Gazzaniga, Dan 1981-82-83-84 Geddis, Maurice 1981-82 Geivet, Ryan 1995-96 Geldermann, Jason 1996-97-98 Gellerman, Dave 1973-74-75 Gelonek, Tim 1981 Genasci, Joe 1989-90-91 Gentle, Bill 1959 George, Barry 1974 Gersper, Matt 1980-81-82 Gersper, Mike 1986 Gesler, Dave 1990-91-92 Ghio, Dominic 1999-00-01-02 Giacomini, Tom 1959-60-61 Gianotti, Tony 1972 Gibbel, Robert 1952 Gibson, Rod 1959

Gifford, John Gillespie, Adelbert “Gil” Gilmore, Brandon Gilmore, Marcus Giovannoni, Kirt Glines, Flint Godinet, Kosé Goins, Mario Goldhamer, Dave Goldhammer, Ed Gomez, Doug Gomez, Juan Gonzalez, John Gonzalez, Mario Goode, Tom Gooding, Jack Goodwin, Ben Goodwin, Paul Gordon, Evan Gorman, Carlton Gosling, George Goss, Darryl Goss, James Gotelli, Rinaldo Govea, Phil Gower, Calvin Gracia, Ricardo Graff, Robert Graham, Phil Grant, Alonzo Grant, Bakari Grant, John Grant, Jon Granucci, Salvador Gravelle, Howard Gravette, Matt Graves, Chrissie Graves, Manny Gray, Doug Gray, Glen Gray, Joseph Green, Carnell Green, Gene “Red” Green, Joe Green, Steve Greene, Bart Greene, Chris Greene, Matt Greenley, Tom Gregory, Mike Grieb, Mark Griffin, Kenny Griffin, Steve Griffith, Gabe Griffith, Harold Grillo, Tommy Grimditch, Glen Grimditch, Scott Grimes, Tony Grimsley, Bert Groefsema, Bruce Grosnick, Al Gross, Daryl Gross, Duane Gross, Mike

1924 1929-30 2003 1923-24 1976 1987 1986-87 1991 1969 1987 1986-87 1959 1992 2005-06-07-08 1973 1915 1933-34-35 1927-28-29 1992-93 1985 1948 1978-79, ’81 1935 1941 1986 1958-59 1994, ’96 1930 1983-84 1993-94-95 2006-07-08-09 1964-65-66 2003-04-05-06 1942, ’46 1967-68-69 2004-05 1934-35-36 1929 1982-83 1979 2009 2000-01-02 1916 1937-38 1974-75-76-77 1987-88-89-90 1992 1997 1966-67 1989-90-91 1994-95-96 2005-06-07 1975-76-77 1997-98 1953 2008-09 1971-72 1974-75-76 1980-81 1937 1970-71-72 1972 1980 1978-79 1999-00-01-02

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Groth, Dustin Grubbs, Arnold Gruendl, Byron Grunwald, King Grylls, Humphrey Guay, Chris Gudis, Larry Guidera, Frank Guidice, Paul Gunn, Kevin Guthrie, Bob Haagenson, Brett Haase, Bobby Habe, Bill Haberstumpf, Mike Hack, Billy Hack, Gary Hackett, Mike Hackett, Nathaniel Hackett, Paul Hagan, Larry Hagenau, Bob Hahn, Norm Hairston, Jason Haley, Allen Hall, Charles Hall, Elijah Hall, Francis “Hira” Hall, Linton Hall, Richard Hall, Terry Halliday, Dave Hamamoto, Chester Hamilton, Burrows Hamilton, Kirk Hamilton, Rick Hamilton, Wilbert Hamo, Mark Hampel, Ed “Butch” Hankin, Jim Hanley, Hubert Hanley, Matt Hanley, Mike Hanna, Ron Hansel, Scott Hansen, Albert Hardesty, Colin Hardie, Ian Hardie, Keith Hardy, Arnold Hargis, Kevin Hargrave, Steve Harmon, Charles Harold, Keith Harper, George Harper, Jim Harradine, Glen Harrington, Tim Harris, Eddie A. Harris, Eddie M. Harris, Lloyd Harris, Ralph Harrison, Bryan Harrison, Ryan

1938 1924-25-26 2009 1978-79 1949 1990-91 1970-71 1947-48 1940 1971-72 1979 1993-94 1955-56 1984-85 1998-99, ‘01 1990-91-92 1965, ’67 1986 1999-00-01-02 1966-67-68 1964-65 1983-84-85 1950 1992-93-94 1978-79 1950-51 1989-90 1915-16 1987-88-89 1919 1987-88 1978-79-80 1955 1948 1977-78 1973-74-75 1931 1987-88-89 1915 1985-86-87 1948 1991-92 1988-89 1950 1986 1947 1994-95-96 1923 1921-22 1992-93 1993 1977 1916 1948 1975-76 1946 1957 1985-86-87 1989, ’92 1982-83-84 1954 1920 2003-04-05-06 1992-93

Hart, Bill Hart, Danny Hart, Daniel Hartshorn, Larry Hartvickson, David Harvey, Otis Harville, Joe Haselswerdt, Mike Haskell, Bailey Hasson, Paul Hastie, Jim Hastings, Doug Hausmann, Louis Haussler, Dana Hawes, Daryl Hawk, Stan Hawkins, Dan Hawkins, Howard Hay, Paul Hayashi, Wesley Hayashida, Rich Haydon, Bob Hayes, Danny Haynes, Floyd Haynie, Jim Haynie, Terry Hays, Randy Hazlett, Nathaniel Healey, Michael Heaney, Dennis Heckman, Dave Heilbron, Art Heinrich, John-Peter Heitman, Edmund Helm, Jack Hendershott, Dick Henderson, Adam Henle, Albert “Bud” Henning, Mike Henry, Mike Heringer, Dick Heringer, Les “Dutch” Heringer, Stephen Herlihy, John Herman, Jack Herman, Lyle Herman, Wally Hernandez, Tommy Herrera, John Hesselgren, Matt Heyworth, Austin Hickok, Rory Hicks, Don Hightower, Jim Hill, Daryl Hill, Jay Hill, Mike Hill, Ray Hill, Tom Hill, William Hilleary, Tim Hillestad, Scott Hines, Aaron Hines, Tyrone Hinkey, Josh

1935, ’37 2008-09 1997-98-99-00 1967-68 1997-98 1941 1915 1967, ’69 1930-31 1990-91-92 1991 1965-66 1952-53 1916 1960 1946-47 1981-82 1932 1996 1996 1981 1961, ’65 1983, ’85 1915 1958-59-60-61 1960-61-62-63 1977-78 1921 2006-07-08-09 1981 2005-06-07 1924 1991 1929-30-31 1924-25 1951 1984-85-86 1946-47 1970-71-72 1979-80 1951, ’53-54 1939-40 1995-96-97 1996 1928 1947 1949 2006-07-08-09 1965-66-67 1982-83-84 2009 1981 1966-67-68-69 1968-69-70 1983-84 1958 1952, ’54 1997-98 1964 1927 1973-74 1982-83-84 2003-04-05 1995-96 1996-97

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All-Time Letterwinners List Hinsdale, Jerry Hirschler, Greg Hixson, Rob Hoblit, Dave Hodel, Bob Hodel, Ted Hodgson, Brian Hoekstra, Jim Hoffman, Carroll Hoffman, Chuck “Biff” Hogan, Kevin Hogan, Maurice Holden, Ted Holleman, Jason Holleman, Sean Hollingsworth, Meredith Holloway, Joshua Holmberg, Dave Holmes, Bob Holmes, Matt Holmquist, Rod Holms, Matt Holve, Jim Homer, Frank Honegger, Brian Honeyfield, James Hood, Russell Hooper, Tim Hoover, Jeff Hopkins, Frank Horel, Bob Horn, Jeremy Hosmer, Gordon Houchin, Wally Houston, Otto Howard, Jim Howie, Bob Hoyt, Elden Hubbel, Steve Huber, Otto Hubert, Dan Huberty, Jim Huggins, Clayton Hulbert, Tom Hultman, Jeff Humes, Chris Hunt, Bob Hunter, William Huntley, Gordon Hunyada, Tim “T.J.” Hussey, Walt Huston, Tom Huth, Stan Hutson, Sean Huyck, Bill

1956-57-58 1991-92 1975-76-77-78 1970-71 1958-59 1940 1985 1965 1933 1929-30-31 1988-89-90 1931 1931 1999-00-01 2000-01 1931-32 2004-05 1937 1942 1999-00 1979-80-81 1999-00 1956 1916 1995 1999-00 1967 1976 1988-89-90 1915-16 1967 1999 1963-64 1950-51 1917 1989-90-91 1933 1930 1991-92-93 1919 1985-86 1933-34 1982 1931 1957 1989-90-91-92 1947-48-49 1921-22-23 1961-62 1989-90 1926-27 1989 1933 1995 1948-49-50

Iaconis, Matt Iacono, Joe Ibrahim, Mohamed Ibrahim, Sherief Ichiyama, Mike Ikuta, Dennis Ingelsby, Pat Ingoglia, Dan Ingram, Bill

2007 1986-87-88 1983 1989 1991-92-93-94 1968-69-70 1982-83 1982-83 1968-69

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Ingram, Rex Inman, Bill Inselman, Brian Irwin, Mike Isley, Ernie Isley, Terry Ithuburn, John Iversen, Scott

1925 1992 1992 1977-78-79-80 1987-88 1980-81 1990-91 1973-74-75-76

Jackson, Preston 1991-92-93 Jacobsen, Crawford 1941 Jacobsen, Newton 1940-41-42 Jacobson, Jon 1991 Jacoby, Clarence 1917 Jacoby, Marshall 1960 James, Craig 1954-55-56 James, Dick 1959-60-61 James, Frank 1928-29 James, Leander 1946 James, William 1926-27 Jameson, Bob 1958-59-60-61 Janabajal, Jay-Jay 1999 Jansen, Mike 1971-72-73-74 Jansse, Bernard “Babe” 1931 Jenkins, Bill 1974-75 Jenkins, Chad 1997-98-99-00 Jensen, Dave 1984-85 Jensen, Norm 1946 Jensen, Tom 1964-65 Jereb, Tom 1969-70-71-72 Jewell, Jimmy 1993 Jimenez, Jose 1986-87 Jimenez, Walter 2001 Johansen, Bob 1962 Johnson, Allan 1947 Johnson, Bud 1999 Johnson, Eric 1975-76 Johnson, Frank C. 1952 Johnson, Frank L. 1958-59 Johnson, George 1935 Johnson, Greg 1966 Johnson, Harold “Swede” 1916 Johnson, James 1976-77-78 Johnson, Jessi 1996-97-98-99 Johnson, John D. 1992-93 Johnson, John O. 1981-82-83 Johnson, Lloyd “Sil” 1922-23 Johnson, Lorin 1955 Johnson, Mark 1985, ’87-88-89 Johnson, Max 1938 Johnson, Mike D. 1993-94 Johnson, Mike L. 1976-77-78 Johnson, Roy 1946, ’48 Johnson, Ryan 2008-09 Johnson, Sanford 1949 Johnson, Steve 1962-63-64 Johnson, Ted 1952-53-54-55 Johnson, Thaddeus 2007 Johnson, Truman 1951 Johnson, Walter 1942 Johnson, Warren 1931 Johnston, Don 1977 Johnston, Nick 2004-05 Johnston, Kevin 1971 Johnston, William 1916

Jondle, Jake Jones, Artemus Jones, Bill E. Jones, Bill H. Jones, Bill S. Jones, Bob Jones, Brian Jones, Charles “Bert” Jones, Chris Jones, Clarence Jones, Craig Jones, Dixon Jones, Edwin Jones, George Jones, Harold Jones, Khari Jones, Lester Jones, Ray Jones, Richard Jones, Steve Journey, Bud Judd, Gary Kadlub, Rudy Kahl, Steve Kailahi, Jesse Kaiser, Dave Kalbfus, Bryan Kalbfus, Charles Kanagaki, Larry Kane, Mike Kanst, Lyman Kanzler, Kurt Karson, Jim Kassis, Mike Kavanaugh, John Kawoaka, George Kays, Tony Keane, Timothy Kearns, Ken Kelley, Sean Kelly, Kevin Kennedy, Stan Kennedy, Tom Kennifer, Rick Ketaily, Tim Ketterlin, Art Khatami, Hoss Kidd, John Kilday, Tom Kilkenny, Blayne Kim, Daniel Kim, Gary Kincade, Bob King, Clarence King, Matt Kircher, Kyle Kirchner, George Kirk, Bill Kirk, Bryant Kirkpatrick, Conor Kiss, George Klein, Steve Klingaman, Fred Knight, Hugh

2006-07-08-09 1996-97-98-99 1925-26-27 1930-31-32 1954 1971 1984-85-86-87 1927-28, ’31 2001-02-03-04 1939 1987-88-89-90 1962-63-64 1915-16 1977 1916-17 1991-92-93 1921 1976-77-78 1987, ’90-91 1986-87 1968-69 1960-61 1968-69-70 1971 2005 1974-75 1996-97 1995 1968-69 1978-79-80 1919 1988 1954 1988-89-90-91 1990-91-92 1932 2003-04-05-06 2003-04-05-06 1998-99,2001-02 2008-09 1989-90 1946 1975 1973-74-75 2009 1930-31-32 1996, ’98-99-00 1954-55-56-57 1939-40 1998-99 2002-03 1962-63 1988-89-90-91 1931-32 1988 1987-88-89 1920-21-22 1948 1916 2006-07-08-09 1972-73 1980 1922-23 1956-57

Knoff, Ken Knott, Jim Knowlton, Kevin Kohlmoos, John Kohn, Bill Koldinger, Kurt Kovell, Rob Kramer, Bill Kramer, Cliff Krausse, Rudolph Krehbiel, Leonard “Benny” Kremer, Carlos Krieger, Bob Krieger, Greg Krieger, Jeff Krieger, Mark Krolikowski, Chuck Krueger, Jud Kruse, Edgar Kubota, Tsugio Kuchulis, Charles Kuenzler, John Kugler, Rich Kuster, Robert Kuykendall, Ken Kwarta, Bret Kyle, Mike Lackner, Marc Laclerque, Ray LaGatta, Vince Lagorio, Tony Laguens, Dick Laine, Carey Lajcik, Tim Lamb, Mike Lambert, Gerald Lampkin, Mike Landsberg, John Lane, Arthur Lane, Eldred Lane, Herbie Langi, Louie Lanzavecchia, Kurt Lapkass, Paul Lapp, Clarence Lard, Steve Larkin, Troy Larson, Richard LaSalvia, Steve Lasarzig, Bill Lastufka, Francis Latzke, Aaron Lauchland, Ron Lavelle, Anthony Lavezzoli, Mark Lawrence, Erik Lawrence, William Lawson, Jay Lawson, Ron Lawson, Walter Leach, Justin Leathers, Charlie Leavitt, Robert Lederer, Ernie

1923 1941 1983-84 1967-68-69 1970 1987-88-89 1986 1965 1939-40-41 1915 1925-26 1986 1989-90-91 1986-87-88 1992-93 1986-87-88 1989-90-91 1972-73 1932-33 1941 2002 1942 1969 1931 1949 1991-92-93 1964-65 1972 1968-69 1994-95-96 1976-77 1970-71 1970-71 1984-85-86-87 1976-77-78 1952 1975-76 1927 1915 1926 1986 1996 1985-86 1984 1932-33-34-35 1971-72-73-74 1996-97-98-99 1926 1967-68-69 1935 1954 2000,2002-03 1926-27 2002 1985 1995-96-97 1920 1982-83-84 1976 1919 1997 1928-29 1946-47-48-49 1926

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All-Time Letterwinners List Ledger, John Lee, Greg Lee, Matt Lee, Mike Lee, Peter Lee, Victor Lee-Lauduski, Bryan Leeds, Trevor Leff, Alan Legrand, Mike Lehman, Don Lehmer, Paul Leigh, Harold Leiser, Scott Lekas, Erik Lekkerkerker, Brad Lekkerkerker, Cory Lekos, Dino Lemaich, Sam Lemestre, Dave Leograndis, Steve Leonard, Leland Leonard, Todd Leonard, Tom Leptien, Randy Lesenger, David Lewis, Dick Lewis, Edmund Lewis, John Lewis, Keith Lewis, Kevyn Lewis, Lonnie Lewis, Mark L. Lewis, Mark M. Lewis, Paul Lewis, Walt Lewis, Wilson Ley, Greg Light, Doug Lightfoot, Tim Ligons, Jerold Lillard, Every Lilley, Jerry Lillington, Pete Lincoln, Lynner Lindquist, Scott Lines, Ivan Linzey-Henderson, Kevin Lipkin, Mike Lippincott, Larry Little, Paul Littlefield, Lewis Llewellyn, Bill Loane, Doug Lobel, Brett Locke, Chet Locke, Justin Lockett, Cassius Locklin, Matt Loew, Adam Lofrano, Dustin Loftus, Ed London, Raymond Long, Mike Longero, Doug

1991 1965 1992-93-94 1972 1987 2008-09 2004 1997-98-99 1980 1993-94-95 1949-50-51 1916 1951-52-53, ’55 2000 1992-93-94 2002-03 2003-04 1955-56 1968 1986 1975-76-77 1926-27 1981 1959-60 1968-69 1934 1942, ’47 1917 1954-55 1984-85-86 2009 1993 1972-73 1985-86 1920 1937 1947-48-49 1980-81 1969 1987 1983-84, ’86 1936 1963-64 1980 1979-80 1985-86-87 1961 1994-95-96 1975 1954 1936-37, ’39 1925-26 1954 1939 2001-02 1940-41 1999-00-01 1991 2005 1992 1993 1950 1953-54 1980-81, ’83 1994-95

Loretelli, Matt Loretto, Eddie Lott, Terry Lourentzos, Peter Love, Steve Lovell, Mark Loving, Wally Lowe, Nick Lowry, Doug Lualemana, Arona Lualemana, David Lucas, Dan Lucido, John Lucksinger, Ray Luft, John Lukawski, Joe Lundin, Alman Lundstrum, Lunny Lundy, Dick Lutz, Howard “Abe” Luxemberg, Don Lyall, Ralph Lynch, Leo Lyons, Carl Lyons, Clark Lyons, Sam Lytle, Ken

1999 1985-86-87-88 1982 1928 1988 1994 1975-76-77 1971-72 1995-96-97 1988-89 1988, ’91 1969 1978-79-80 1915 1968-69 1971-72-73-74 1919-20 1984-85-86 1935 1923-24-25 1957 1916 1951-52 1936 1964 1942 1956

Maben, Chris Mabry, Morice Maccari, Chris MacDonald, Craig MacFarland, William MacKenzie, Bob MacKenzie, Gordon Mackintosh, Sean Macy, Tom Madden, Knut Madrigal, John Maginnis, Dan Mahasin, Antar Maher, Mike Mahler, Ed Mahlum, Kurt Major, Ken Mallery, Scott Mandella, Dominic Mandeville, Chris Manfredda, Marc Mangiaracina, Joe Manion, John Manley, Bruce Manley, Elmo Manosar, Greg Marall, Fred Maraz, Sean Marchetti, Marc Marenco, Dennie Marioni, Dario Markel, Ben Markel, Mark Marquis, Jerry Marsden, Steve Marsh, William Marshall, George “Porge”

1999-00-01-02 1990-91-92 1985 1982-83 1915 1973 1934 1987 1969-70-71-72 1979-80 1994-95 1984-85 2003 1973-74-75 1936-37 1964-65 1982-83 2003 1960 1984-85-86 2001-02-03-04 1970-71-72 1985-86 1937 1939 1972 1938-39-40 2008-09 1988-89 1993 1939-40 1997-98 1976-77-78 1956 1942 1920-21 1916-17

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Marshall, Kenny Martin, Colby Martin, Edwin Martin, Joe Martin, Larry Martin, Richard Martinez, Rey Martini, Rich Martinson, Halbert Marvin, Irving Mascaro, Ralph Mason, Chris Mason, Doug Mason, Matt Mason, Reggie Massari, Matt Massey, Arthur Masterson, Ed Mattart, Elmer Matthews, Carlton Matzen, George “Jiggs” Maulhardt, Bob Maxson, Jacob Maxson, Robert Maxwell, Monty Mayer, Tom Mayfield, Laurence Mays, Marven McAdams, Jim McArthur, Bob McArthur, Dick McAulay, Allan McBride, Kevin McCall, Tony McCard, Beverly McCarthy, Mario McCarthy, Sean McClain, Tony McClean, Harry McClellan, Don McClendon, Brady McClintock, Ryan McClish, Larry McClure, Andrew McClure, Clark McClure, Robert McConnell, Tom McCook, Scott McCormack, Bruce McCormick, Don McCowan, Jashaun McCoy, Robert McCracken, Dennis McCrea, Bruce McCullough, Mike McDermott, Bill McDivitt, David McDonald, Clyde McDonald, Dave McDonald, Mike McDonald, Norman McDonald, Richard McDonough, Luke McDougall, Don McDougall, Eric

1996-97-98 1966 1948-49 1929 1964 1951 1976-77 1974-75-76 1934 1915 1947 1979, ’81-82 1985-86 1990-91-92 2007-08-09 2001-02 1916-17 1946 1935 1980 1926-27-28 1952-53-54-55 2009 2008 1986-87-88 1959 1946 1955-56 1950 1968 1964 1963 1977 1997-98-99-00 1917, ’19 1993-94 1994-95-96 1917 1939-40 1959 2006-07 1994-95-96 1960-61 2000,2002-03 1952 1948-49 2008-09 1996-97-98 1940 1924 2003-04 1983 1952 1963-64-65 1974 1964-65 1993 1964 1987-88-89-90 1990-91-92 1917 1999 2006-07, ’09 1941 1983-84

McDougall, Mark 1968-69 McDowell, Jim 1941 McFarlane, Craig 1977 McGee, Scott 2000, ‘02 McGeehon, Bill 1940-41 McGowan, Wilfred “Bud” 1939-40 McGrath, Bill 1935 McGraw, Harold 1921 McGregor, Bob 1958 McKay, Duncan 1969 McKee, John 1974-75-76-77 McKelvey, Hamilton 1950-51 McKnight, Scott 1980 McKusick, Bob 1963-64 McLean, Winsor 1916-17 McLemore, Jimi 1969-70 McMahan, Dennis 1961-62-63-64 McManus, Jon 1987-88-89-90 McNicoll, Ed 1987-88 McNulty, Mike 1982-83 McPartland, Mike 1935 McSweeney, Howard 1936-37-38, ’40 McTaggart, A.J. 2006-07-08 Meagher, Seamus 1985-86-87-88 Meek, John 1959 Mendelow, Rob 1985-86 Mendes, Gerry 1976, ’78 Mendonca, John 1932 Mercer, Jon 1985-86 Merlin, Sean 1985-86-87 Merrill, Casey 1975-76-77-78 Merrill, Charlie 1973-74-75 Merrill, Tim 1975 Merrill, Tom 1950 Merritt, James 1919 Messick, Charles 1953-54-55 Metzger, Tim 1962 Meyer, Andres 1957 Meyer, Herman 1940-41 Meyer, Lyle 1941-42 Meyer, Steve 1963-64-65 Meyer, Tim 1993-94 Mezger, Steve “Skip” 1970-71-72, ’74 Michel, Ralph 1927 Michelier, Patrick 2006-07-08-09 Mickle, George 1979 Middleton, Mitch 1981-82-83 Mielke, Shane 1993 Mier, Javier 1984 Messier, Paul 2000-01 Migliaccio, Tony 1959 Mikolajcik, John 1965-66-67 Mikolajewski, Matt 1992-93 Mikolajewski, Peter “P.J.” 1989-90-91 Milanovich, Ralph 1946-47 Miles, Pierre 1925, ’27 Miller, Brad 1979-80-81 Miller, Chris 1977-78-79-80 Miller, Chris 2004-05-06-07-08 Miller, Edward 1921 Miller, James 1926-27 Miller, John 1970-71 Miller, Joseph 2000 Miller, Kent 1996-97 Miller, Max 1960-61-62

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All-Time Letterwinners List Miller, Matt 2007 Miller, Ryan 1994, ’96-97-98 Miller, Walter 1942 Mills, Bill 1988-89-90 Mills, Fred 1930-31-32 Milton, Trae 1999, ‘01 Miner, Loyal 1982-83 Miner, Marc 1991-92-93 Minor, Paul 1937-38 Minor, Terry 1963-64 Mitchell, Harry 1942 Mitchell, Mike 1980-81 Mobley, Del 1956 Mock, George 1970-71 Moe, Dave 1982-83-84 Mohr, Rick 1977-78-79-80 Moio, Gino 1996 Moio, Luigi 1995 Moisan, Charles 1924-25 Molinaro, Tony 1974 Moll, Norman 1953 Molloy, Terry 1981 Mondino, Bert 1956 Monroe, Forrest 1926-27 Monroe, Grant 1915 Montes, Francis 1995-96-97-98 Montgomery, Winfield 1928, ’30 Montin, John 1960 Moody, T. Palmer 1957-58 Mooney, Trenton 1995-96-97 Moore, Bill 1959-60-61 Moore, Chuck 1990-91-92 Moore, David 1995-96 Moore, John 1974 Moore, Luther 1946 Moore, Myrel 1955-56-57 Moore, Travares 2000-01 Moore, Tyler 1991-92-93 Moorehead, Albert 1919 Morales, Mike 2006-07-08-09 Moran, Dick 1962 Moran, Mark 1997-98-99 Moran, T.J. 1999 Morgan, Dwayne 1987 Moroski, Mike 1975-76-77-78 Morris, Craig 1990-91-92 Morris, Greg 1995 Morris, Mike 1984-85-86 Morrison, Roy 1920 Morse, Marty 1987-88-89-90 Mortazavi, Mohammed 2000-01-02-03 Mosbacher, Greg 1990-91-92 Mosle, Zach 2007 Moss, Ralph 1923-24-25-26-27 Moss, Shawn 1988-89-90-91 Mossawir, Jake 2001-02-03-04 Mott, Denson 1953 Moyer, Ramsey 2007-08-09 Muhammad, G.P. 1995-96-97-98 Muhs, Martin 1930 Mullen, Bob 1962 Muller, Carl 1924 Murden, Andrew 1990-91-92 Muro, Alfonso 1958 Murphy, Ed 1951

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Murphy, George Murphy, Howard Murphy, Howard R. Murray, David Murray, Ken Musladin, Florin Myers, Charlie Myers, Jerry Myers, Mark Myers, Mason Myers, Ron

1923-24 1938 1920 1954 1988-89-90-91 1956 1955 1954 1971 1962-63 1966

Nagle, Bob Nakashima, Tom Nash, Bryan Nathan, Steve Navarro, Jose Naviaux, Jim Nedderman, John Neighbors, Trevor Neilson, Ben Nelson, Nate Nelson, Tim Neptune, Rich Nessler, Harry Neufeld, Herman Newton, Mark Ng, Mike Nguyen, Thanh Ngwun, Matthew Niboli, Don Nicholas, Bob Nicolis, Marquis Nieman, Robert Nill, Steven Nilson, Irving Nishkian, Charles Nitta, Mitsuo Nixon, Chris Noell, Brad Nolan, Marcus Noonan, Jim Noonan, Todd Nordhausen, Christian Norris, Edgar “Bruno” North, Irwin North, Marcus North, Orlyn Nova, Lou Nute, Frank

1950 1946 1988-89-90 1971-72 1952 1953 1946-47-48 1991 1957 1998-99-00-01 2003 1987-88 1951 1916 1990 2005-06 1992 2003 1949-50-51-52 1960-61-62-63 2009 1936 1981 1940-41 1926 1938-39-40-41 1986-87-88 2006 2005-06 1982-83-84 1981 2001-02 1924-25-26 1921 2007-08 1951-52 1932 1933

O’Brien, Ken O’Dowda, James “Lefty” O’Hair, Mark O’Kane, Clayton O’Keefe, Bill O’Neill, Dan O’Sullivan, J.T. Ochoa, Nick Oda, Yoshio Odegard, Eric Odell, Tom Oden, Stan Ogden, Jerald Ohrwell, John

1980-81-82 1924 1976 2003-06 1955, ’57 1932 1998-99-00-01 1992-93-94 1931-32-33 1980-81 1968-69-70 1967-68 1980 1923

Ojala, Clint Ojo, Onome Okamura, Neil Oldershaw, Terry Oldham, Rob Oliva, Jesse Oliva, Michael Oliveira, Brandon Oliver, Mark Oller, Ben Olsen, Andy Olson, Elmer Ordway, Suel Orsini, John Osborne, Bob Osegueda, Steve Ostman, Morris Ostman, Rich Otis, James Ottman, Bill Ottman, Mike Owen, Gary Owen, Ricky Owen, Ron Owen, Sean Pacioni, Ernest Page, Bill Page, Fred Pahl, Hunter Pahland, Bill Palleschi, Joe Pane, Julio Paneno, Sam Papadopoulos, Mike Pape, Guy Pappa, John Pappas, Chris Parisi, Tom Parker, Fred Parker, Shawn Parker, Tom Parr, Harvey Parrish, Mike Parshall, Ray “Chi” Parson, Jay Parsons, Jim Patterson, Carl “Bud” Patterson, Fred Patterson, Justin Patterson, Omari Paul, Bryan Pavlovich, Nick Pawlan, Bob Payne, Ryan Payseur, Charles Pearce, Jack Pearson, Bryant Pedersen, Brad Pederson, Jason Pegnim, Ryan Penna, Michael Perelli-Minette, Joe Peretti, Al Perez, Ivan

1980 1998-99-00 1980 1958-59-60-61 1985-86 2001-02-03-04 1999-00-01-02 1996 1982, ’84 1956-57-58-59 1933 1957-58 1917 1942 1922-23-24-25 1985 1936 1961 1919 1979-80 1975, ’77 1964-65 2006-07 1983-84 1996 1980 1931-32, ’34 1937 2009 1991 1987 1935 1998-99 1988-89-90 1933 1981-82 1976 2001-02-03-04 1967 1990, ’92-93-94 1954-55-56-57 1922 1974 1916 1974 1956, ’59 1973-74-75 1977-78 2000-01-02-03 1993-93-94 1999 1996-97 1974 2003-04-05 1976 1939-40 1927, ’29-30 1972-73-74 1994-95 2000-01-02 2001-02-03 1924 1976 2008-09

Perkins, Eric Perkins, Ernest Perkins, Hayden Perron, Dave Perry, Albert Perry, Dave Perry, Greg Perry, Mark Peters, Blake Petersen, Chris Petersen, Harry Peterson, Bertil Peterson, Brad Peterson, Dan Peterson, Dave Peterson, Michael Peterson, Milton Peterson, Ray Petois, Harold Petty, Ed Pfitzenmaier, Bob Phelan, Melvin Phillips, Artis Phillips, Jack Phillips, James Phillips, Jeff Phillips, John Phillips, Larry “Merc” Philson, Demond Piccini, Joe Pier, Allan Pierce, Herb Pierce, Jennings Pierce, Neil Piggee, Kevin Pike, Shannon Pillsbury, Chris Plough, Tim Plunkett, Aaron Poehlman, Keith Pogue, Henry Poli, Guido Polk, Ike Polk, Ron Pomeroy, Irwin Pond, Perry Pool, Derek Pope, Allen Porchia, Ira Porter, George Porter, Ryan Porter, Tom Porter, Tyler Post, Sterley Poteracke, Joshua Potter, Truman Power, Don Powers, Joe Prenovost, Ted Prentice, Gary Prettyman, Max Price, Tom Priest, Al Pringle, Tyler Provence, Ross

1997 1995-96 1925-26-27 1973-74 1930 1959, ’61 1994 1978-79 1994 1985-86 1928 1938-39 1989-90 1997-98-99 1935-36-37, ’39 2001 1936, ’38 1958 1938 1968 1971 1941 1969-70 1921 1924 1993-94 1920 1926-27-28 1995 1987 1947-48, ’50 1946 1947-48 2008-09 1991-92 1983 1988 2004-05-06-07 2001-02-03 1951 1920, ’22 1932 1920 1987-88-89 1923 1924 1986 1935-36 1995-96-97 1950-51 1995-96-97-98 1923-24 2003 1921 2000-01 1924 1927 1967-68-69 1986, ’88-89 1975-76-77 1937 1986, ’88-89 1961-62 2005-06-07-08 1957

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All-Time Letterwinners List Pruitt, Sherman Prukop, Tim Publico, Paul Purrington, Joe Pylman, Gordon Quensinberry, Pete Quick, Dave Quinn, Brandon Quinn, DeWayne Quinn, Mike Quinn, John Raahauge, Lincoln Radcliffe, Frank Radenbaugh, Ryan Radford, Bob Radmacher, Dick Ragsdale, Channing Raines, Dan Raines, Harold Ralph, Jon Ramey, Donn Ramey, Ryan Ramezane, Nate Ramsey, Jeff Raney, Sheldon Rankin, Bill Rathbun, Rob Ray, Burt Raycraft, Richard Raymond, Denny Rebholtz, Bob Redden, Ivan “Pink” Reece, Ben Reece, Dan Reed, Earl Reed, Marc Reed, Mike Reese, Josh Reeves, Charles Reid, Jim Reid, Ryan Reifert, Jim Reische, Bill Reite, Harry Remington, Todd Renz, Scott Reuss, Tom Reynolds, Jim Rhoades, Dave “Dusty” Rhyne, Max Rice, Andy Rice, Brandon Rice, Floyd Rice, Frederick Rice, Jeff Rice, Rick Richards, Charlie Richardson, Charles Richhart, Ray Richmond, Carlos Riddle, Kevin Ridgell, Rodney Righetti, Ernest

1989 1985-86-87 2001 1917 1933 1985 1994-95 2002-03-04-05 1989-90 1988-89-90-91 2004 1938 1919 2003 1947 1932-33 1994 1979-90 1923 1976 1968 2002-03-04-05 2004 1980-81 1922 1966 1985-86-87 1946, ’48-49 1952-53 1985 1958 1935-36-37 2002-03-04-05 2001-02-03-04 1919-20 1990-91 1966 2008-09 1917 1947 2007 1974-75-76-77 1960-61-62-63 1915 1983-84 1991-92 1994-95 1952-53-54 1938-39, ’42 1928-29 2006-07-08 2005-06-07-08 1920 2009 1986-87 1973 1940-41, ’46-47 1921 1939-40 1923-24 1976 1980, ’82 1920-21-22

Rimmer, Richard “Ric” Rinehart, Ron Risley, Robert Ritchey, Jed Rivas-Sandoval, César Roach, Tom Roberts, Dave Roberts, Gordon Robertson, Stanley Robinson, Arbary Robinson, Ben Robinson, Warren Robison, John Rocha, Manuel Rockwell, Zach Rockwell, Kurt Rodgers, Greg Rodrigues, David Rogers, Dean Rogers, Mike Rogers, Shawn Rollins, John Rominger, Don Rominger, Jim Roseman, Bill Rosen, Frank Rosen, Lee Rosenbaum, Dan Roseth, Bob Ross, Floyd Rossetto, Bennie Roth, Russ Rothman, Joe Rounds, Herb Roux, Jim Rovetti, Marc Rowe, James Rowland, Herb Ruben, George Rucker, Bayard Rucker, Jermaine Rud, Mark Rudolph, Harvey Rufino, Mike Ruggiero, Frank Ruliffson, Eric Runnels, DeSha Rush, Fred Rush, Wayne Russell, Bill Russell, Dan Russell, Steve Russell, Tom Rutledge, Terry Ryder, Willis Sagay, Zachary Saito, Kenji Saladino, Doug Sale, Dave Salem, George Sallaberry, Paul Salwasser, Scott Sampson, Anthony San Juan, Andy

1972-73-74 1973-74-75 1930 1990-91-92 1996-97-98-99 1946-47-48 1970-71-72 1960 1948-49 1963 1926-27-28-29 1967, ’69 1958 1935 2005 1981-82-83 1964-65 1996 2007-08-09 1985-86-87 1981-82-83 1968, ’70 1947-48 1947 1957 1976-77 1976-77 1983-84 1961-62 1952-53 1967 1990-91 1995 1939 1977, ’80 1990-91 1933 1970, ’72 1959, ’62 1926-27 1995-96 1978 1921 1989 1962 1965-66-67 1996-97-98-99 1932 1984-85-86 1966 1967-68 1992-93-94 1964-65-66, ’68 1973-74-75 1949 2005 2001 1971-72 1952 1979-80-81-82 1976-77 2000-01 2006-07 1977-78-79

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Sanborn, Ross Sandoval, Joey Sandstrom, Cliff Santander, Chad Santucci, Phil Saras, Christopher Sartori, Hadyn “Mickey” Saunders, Tim Savage, Mike Saviez, Frank Sawyer, Wayne Sayre, William Saysette, Grant Sbragia, Ron Scagliotti, Randy Scalercio, Frank, Sr. Scalercio, Frank, Jr. Scalione, Ted Scarlett, Lloyd Sceales, Evan Schachleiter, Jack Schaefer, Kurt Schaffer, Myron Schantz, Michael Schattauer, Fred Schattauer, George Schauer, Terry Schauten, John Scheer, Michael Schellenberg, Bob Schenk, Max “Ole” Schill, Arthur Schiller, Elbert Schlagel, George Schlange, Gunther Schlange, Wilfred Schleibaum, Henry Schlinger, Evert Schlyer, Kurt Schmidt, Colton Schmidt, Dave Schmidt, Kermit “Dutch” Schmidt, Paul Schmiedt, Cliff Schmitz, Dave Schneider, Karl Schober, Art Schouten, John Schramm, Don Schrupp, Mark Schuh, Kyle Schulte, Nick Schultz, Brent Schultz, Don Schulz, Sheldon Schwaab, Bill Schwaiger, Jason Schwarz, Ryan Schwein, Caslyn Sciabica, Paul Scivally, John Scofield, Jesse Scoles, Jason Scollan, Hugh “Skip” Sconberg, Bruce

1941-42 1996 1937-38 1990-91-92 1968-69 2003 1925, ’27-28 1983-84-85 1970-71 1949-50-51 1951, ’54-55-56 1999-00-01 1999-00-01-02 1961, ’63 1966-67 1980-81 2008-09 1957 1937 1988 1941 1984 1946 1995-96-97 1936-37-38 1941 1960 1950 2002 1994 1982 1921 1921 1946 1948-49 1947-48 1940-41 1946-47-48 1984 2009 1980-81-82-83 1926-27-28-29 1939 1933-34 1967 1935-36 1925-26 1950 1949 1975-76 1992 1999-00-01-02 1997 1940 1946 1968 1993 2006 1921 1969 1992-93 1919 1993, ’95 1977-78 1957

Scott, Dan Scott, Ewing Scott, Jeremy Seiden, Jordan Sellar, Mike Sentous, Frank Sentous, John Serpa, Al Serrano, Joe Sessions, Richard Sevison, Larry Sexton, Jim Seyman, Bill Shadorf, Bruce Shamus, Matt Shane, Dan Shaner, Todd Sharp, Leroy Sharp, Merrill “Red” Sharp, Ryan Sharper, John Shaw, Mike Shaw, Ralph Sheehan, Kelly “K.C.” Sheldon, Nolan Shelton, Patrick Shepard, Mike Shepherd, Gordon Sheppard, Jon Sheridan, Chris Sheridan, Kent Sherman, Ian Shibel, Chris Shigaki, Harry Shoemaker, John Shoemaker, Paul Shorey, John Shreve, Bob Shults, Bob Shutt, Derek Siemens, John Siemering, Bill Sill, Jack Silliman, Floyd Silva, Joe Silva, John Silva, Milt Silverfoote, John Simonsen, James Simpson, Bill Simpson, Clint Simpson, Robert Sims, Archie Sims, Jordan Sims, Kevin Sims, Oliver Sindel, Chad Sinnett, Chris Sisk, Aaron Skelly, Steve Sketchley, Robert Skierski, Kirk Skierski, Kyle Slater, Bob Slater, Colby “Babe”

1916-17 1916 2006-07-08-09 1994 1987-88 1920 1919-20 1936-37-38 1996 1947-48 1954-55 1993-94 1946-47 1985-86-87 2004-05 1998 1980-81 1948-49 1936-37-38-39 2004-05 1977 1979-80-81 1959 1981 2008 2008 1989-90-91 1931 1979 2003 2001-02-03-04 1987-88 2001-02-03-04 1940 1996-97-98-99 1987-88 1985-86-87 1924-25 1992-93 2009 1953, ’56 1927-28 1934 1926 1949 1936-37-38 1946 1973-74-75 1931 1967-68 2002 1960 1988 1920 1987 1972 1996-97-98-99 1983-84 1993-94 1973 1941 2009 2003-04-05-06 1980-81-82 1915-16, ’19

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1974-75 1934 1985-86-87 1982 1983-84 1958 1989, ’91-92 1923-24 1992-93 1986-87-88-89 1998-99-00-01 1928-29 1967-68-69 1976-77 2008-09 1948-49-50-51 1934-35 1989-90-91 1946 1923 1956-57 1995 1977-78 1926 1957-58-59 1983-84 1942 1976 1922-23 1934 1978-79-80 2003-04-05 1966-67-68 1994 1985-86 1929-30 1925-26 1991-92-93 1981 2007-08 2001 2007-08-09 1974 1970-71-72-73 1938 2009 1916 1982-83-84 1980-81 1947-48-49-50 2009 1989 1964-65-66 1928-29 2006 1933-34-35 1960 1973-74-75-76 1966 1929-30 1959 1916 1942 1920-21-22-23-24 1982

Spinelli, Nick Spitzer, Danny Sprague, Steven Spraker, Kris Stafford, Mike Stanley, Charles Staratt, Don Starcher, Barry Starnater, Burnell Starr, R.J. Stassi, John Stay, William Stead, Tom Stearns, Dick Steen, Curtis Steffen, Paul Steffen, Scott Steger, Alfred Stelzer, Mike Stephens, Brent Stephens, Dudley Stephens, Gary Stephens, Paul Stephenson, Kim Stephenson, Nick Stetson, Edward Stevenson, Don Stevenson, Eddie Stevenson, William Stever, Edward Stewart, Bruce Stewart, Phil Stewart, Rob Steyskal, Glen Stilson, Lowell Stine, Brett Stitt, Lloyd “Babe” Stivers, Rusty Stoddard, Andy Stoll, Nick Stone, Bob Storie, Ray Strain, Fred Streutker, Don Strobridge, Edward Struck, Aaron Struckman, Arnold Stubington, John Suesens, Jay Sullivan, Andy Sullivan, Bill Sullivan, John Sullivan, Ray Svennungen, Brad Sveslosky, Nick Svoboda, Rick Swain, Bill Swain, Don Swanigan, O.J. Swanson, Darrold Swearingen, Roger Sweet, Russ Sweet, Zac Sykes, George Synold, Charles

1979-80 1995, ‘97 1992-93 1997-98-99-00 1997-98 1948-49 1942 1959-60 1924 1996-97-98-99 1962-63 1921 1922 1951 1997 1985-86 1978 1931 1968 1989-90-91 1929-30 1967-68 1942 1961 1988 1933 1970-71 1958 1922-23 1926, ’28-29 1969 1964-65-66 1971-72 1957 1947 1978-79-80 1922-23 1993-94 1991-92-93-94 1984-85-86 1959 1917 1948-49 1955 1916 1999-00-01-02 1933 1926 1996-97-98-99 2002, ’04-05 1975 1977 1981-82-83-84 1985 1997 1973-74-75 1968 1953 2002-03-04 1951-52, ’55 1960-61 1931-32 1998-99-00 1933-34 1953-54-55

Talakai, Mozart 1999 Tanner, Allan 1917 Tarke, Jim 1952-53 Tarke, Kermit 1954 Tarp, Kyle 2003-04-05 Tarr, Bill 1984-85 Tavernetti, Jim 1923 Tavernetti, Milton “Snub” 1930-31-32 Taylor, Barry 1985-86 Taylor, Erik 1998,2000-01 Taylor, Kwamin 1999-00-01-02 Temple, Hamilton 1921-22 Tenerowicz, Jim 1970-71-72 Tenerowicz, Mike 1970-71-72 Tenerowicz, Rob 1982 Terra, Ron 1973-74-75-76 Terrell, Sawyer 1941 Terrell, Wesley 1995-96-97-98 Terry, Anthony 1973-74-75 Terzian, Deron 1931 Tesoriero, Tony 1968-69 Tetrick, Jim 1934 Thackaberry, Jeff 1983 Thatcher, Currier 1923 Thayer, Doug 1961 Thomas, Bill 1982-83-84 Thomas, Cliff 1942 Thomas, Daryl 1978-79-80-81 Thomas, Del 1955 Thomas, Jesse 1935-36 Thomas, Mason 2006-07-08-09 Thomas, Matt 1987 Thomas, Randy 1972-73 Thomas, Steve 1972 Thomason, Harl 1916 Thompkins, Rod 1978-79 Thompson, Bob 1932 Thompson, Boyd “Tay” 1970-71-72 Thompson, Brian 1984 Thompson, Milton 1933 Thompson, Steve 1987-88-89 Thompson, Tim 1973-74 Thomson, Jack 1942 Thornburg, John 1939 Thornburg, Vernon 1929 Thorne, Scott 1976-77 Thorsen, Carl 1971 Tierney, Pat 1985 Timas, Jaimes 1999 Timko, Larry 1954 Tingley, Richard 1948 Tingus, Jim 1954 Tipton, Clyde 1938-39 Tischer, Dave 1984-85 Titcomb, Walt 1954-55-56-57 Titus, Mike 1973 Tobias, Bob 1983-84-85 Toft, James 1989 Tolley, Herb 1939-40 Tomasin, Jim 1985, ’87-88-89 Tonda, Scott 1986-87-88 Torigian, Dennis 1962-63 Tortosa, Rich 1966-67-68 Tos, Mark 2007-08-09

Tout, Bennie Tower, Willard Towne, Willis “Bill” Townes, Dewayne Trainor, Jim Tran, Lenny Traugh, Art Travnick, Jim Tregea, Jim Trimmer, Jeff Troglia, Eric Trombetta, Joe Trotts, Vic True, Gordon Tucker, Brandon Tuerk, Jason Tuivai, Viliami Tullar, Tom Turbovsky, Larry Turko, Jim Turner, Donal Turner, Kale Turner, Kyle Turner, Lonnie Turner, Wendell Tuttle, Harold Tye, Eric Uhrenholt, Mark Uliana, Paul Unger, Joe Uppendahl, Bret Vaira, Joe Valaau, Kelly Valentine, John Valenzuela, George Vallejo, Elliot Van DePol, Ron Van Derwende, Jim Van Heusen, Haven Van Konynenburg, Paul Van Rensselaer, Richard Vance, Forest Vanderbundt, Kent Vandersloot, Derek Vann, Elihu Vannucci, Steve Vasilopoulous, Bill Vasily, Johnny Vavao, Josh Veasey, Jeremy Veit, Tom Vejar, Jim Venable, Darrel Vest, John Vierra, Foster Vierra, Tarn Villavicencio, Walt Viorel, Jack Vlach, John Volkoff, Aaron Vom Steeg, Alvern “Al” Voos, Mel

1924-25-26 1921 1931-32-33 1983-84 1955-56-57 1992-93-94 1957-58 1980-81 1973-74 1988-89-90 2000-01-02-03 2007-08-09 1916 1926-27-28 2007-08 2001-02 2000-01 1962-63 1963 1992-93 1953 2004-05-06-07 1994 1970-71 1923 1921, ’23 1977-78 1970-71 1982-83-84 1991 2000 1950-51 2000-01-02-03 1983-84 1938 2003-04-05-06 1968, ’70-71 1951 1946-47 1987-88 1923 2000-01-02-03 1968-69 1994-95 2000, ‘02 1985-86 1987-88-89 1981 1999-00-01-02 1995-96-97 1980-81 1957-58, ’60 1977 1948 1927-28 1986 1983-84 1987 1968 1998-99 1956-57-58-59 1954-55-56, ’58

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All-Time Letterwinners List Wade, Kevon Wade, Ron Waggoner, Jon Wagner, Adrian Wagner, Doug Wagoner, Norman Wahne, Martin Wakefield, Harold “Bud” Walcha, Eric Walczak, Andrew Walgenbach, Lowell Walgenbach, Wayne Walker, Dennis Walker, Fred Walker, Jason Walker, Keith Walker, Robert Wall, Mike Wall, Robert Wallace, Craig Wallace, Milton Wallace, Shawn Wallahan, Ken Waller, Ben Waller, Jim Walsh, Craig Walt, Pat Walter, Don Walther, Jack Walton, Matt Waltz, Clarence Wambold, Pierpont Ward, Andy Ward, Robert Ware, Bill Warner, Adrian Warner, Cliff Warner, John “Red” Warren, Bill Warren, Bob Warren, DeMario Washington, Oras Wasson, Mike Waters, Dwight “Muddy” Watkins, Tom Watson, Bob Watson, Frank Watson, James Watson, Tom Watson, Walter Watters, Bob Watts, Tom Way, Mike Wayahn, Tony Wear, Larry Weatherby, Jason Weaver, Wendell Webb, Dave Webb, Pat Weber, John Webster, Cody Weeth, Waldo “Tarzan” Wegner, Ken Wehba, Andrew Weinger, Rob

1986-87 1974-75-76 1983-84 1970-71 1983-84-85 1935 1952 1930 1993-94 1994 1955-56 1969 1985 1937 1989 1989-90 1989-90 1979-80 1926 1969 1985-86-87-88 1992 1985 1950-51-52 1955-56 1981-82 1974-75-76 1919-20 1957 1987 1920-21-22 1919 1980 1946 1937-38-39 1975 1975-76 1923-24 1916 1954-55-56-57 2005-06-07 1984 1976, ’78 1930 1938 1968 1917, ’19 1915 1957-58-59 1938 1973-74-75-76 1998-99-00-01 1965-66-67 1920 1984-85-86 1985, ’87 1933 1966-67 1967-68-69 1941 1995 1925-26 1983-84 2007-08 1971

Weinrich, Matt Weinstock, Josh Weir, Wilbur Weishahn, Dale Weiss, Stephen Welch, Joe Wells, Jim Wells, Phil Wessel, Mike West, George West, John Westafer, Mike Westfall, Jack Westfall, Ralph Westlake, Dave Wetmore, Bill Wetmore, Elbert Wetmore, Ernie Wetzel, John Wheale, Ernest Wheatley, Ron Wheeler, Fred Whitaker, Elijah White, Clay White, Dave White, Doug White, Henry White, Mike White, Russell Whitman, Dick Whitmore, Kyle Widener, Norris Widmann, Lawrence Wieldraayer, Rod Wiggins, Keith Wilburn, Ray Wilcox, Jim Wilcox, Ken Wild, Walt Wilder, Brent Wildermuth, Jack Wiley, Linn Wilgus, Jeremy Wilkerson, Cullen Wilkinson, Roger Willard, Dave Williams, Adam Williams, Arleigh Williams, Chris Williams, Cortney Williams, Dick Williams, Doug Williams, Ed Williams, Greg Williams, Keith Williams, Mike Williams, Randy Williams, Roland “Bob” Williams, Scott Williams, Tom L. Williams, Tom W. Williams-Foote, Pierson Williamson, Elton Williamson, Fred Williges, Bruce

1979-80 1989, ’91-92 1928-29-30 1961-62-63 1958 1978-79 1972 1972-73-74 1985-86-87-88 1951-52 1949 1985-86 1933, ’35-36 1936-37-38 1984 1948, ’51 1923-24 1951 1939-40 1930 1967-68 1976-77-78 1928-29 1981-82 1982-83-84 1946 1937 1977-78-79 1983 1942 2005 1966 1923 1987 1990 2009 1964-65 1941 1969-70-71 1994 1985-86-87-88 1962-63 1994-95-96-97 1988-89, ’91 1983-84-85-86 1968-69 1972-73-74-75 1958, ’60 1996-97-98-99 2001 1959-60-61-62 1988-89-90 1920-21 1988-89 1990-91 1977-78 1982-83-84-85 1939 2002-03 1933 1967-68-69 1926-27 1941 1984 1984-85

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Willis, Ray 1993-94 Willis, Tip 1987 Willoughby, Bryan 1933 Wilson, Andy 2000-01 Wilson, Chris 1993-94-95 Wilson, Don 1947-48-49-50 Wilson, Francis 1921-22 Wilson, Jim 1953 Wilson, Randy 1977-78-79 Wineman, Hank 1931, ’33-34 Winer, David 2005-06 Winter, Greg 1994-95 Winter, Mike 1964-65 Wintz, Phil 1951-52 Wise, Mike 1982-83-84-85 Wissman, Herman 1922 Witt, Jerry 1947, ’49 Woehler, Bill 1978-79, ’81-82 Wolfe, Maitland “Bud” 1931-32-33-34 Wolfson, Michael 2003-04 Wood, Bob 1932-33-34, ’36 Wood, Carlton 1925 Wood, Roland 1933 Woodrell, Gary 1969-70-71 Woods, Allen 1917 Woods, Gary 1983, ’85-86 Woodward, John “Hoke” 1920 Wooldridge, Ward 1930-31 Woolley, Bob 1937 Woolsey, John 1942 Wosser, Frank 1939 Wraith, Olm 1919 Wrede, Mike 1951 Wrenden, Henry 1932-33 Wrenden, Walter 1933 Wride, Emery 1920-21 Wright, Marty 1979 Wright, Matthew 1996-97 Wright, Rae 1932 Wulff, Steven 2008-09 Wyatt, Elon 2009 Xerogeanes, John Yackzan, Randy Yagi, John Yäklich, Jason Yang, Nicholas Yaranon, Nick Yarbor, Mel Yates, Edmund Yorba, Horatio York, John Yost, Norm Youdall, Dees Young, Bob Young, Calvin Young, Dan Young, Doug Young, Greg Young, Jamie Young, John D. Young, John W. Young, Rockie Younge, Bart

Yrigoyen, Ignacio “Flash”

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Zaretsky, Steve Zavala, Greg Zeier, Billy Zelinski, Andy Zeman, Don Zeman, Phil Zentil, Nick Zimmerman, Jeff Zinn, Richard Ziser, George Zobel, George Zoumboukos, Neal Zuber, Leo Zuercher, Steve Zyss, Casey

1992 1970-71 2002-03 2002-03 1986 1972 1998 1978-79-80 1942 1965-66-67 1930 1966-67 1967-68 1979 1951-52

1985-86-87 1972 1953 2002-03-04-05 1999-00-01-02 1970-71-72 1981-82 1931 1932 1966-67 1977-78-79 1937 1961 1993 1973-74-75 1955 1982-83 1987-88 1940-41 1978-79 2001-02 1959

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UC Davis offers more than 100 undergraduate majors – the widest variety of any University of California campus. Aeronautical Science and Engineering African American & African Studies Agricultural Systems and Environment American Studies Animal Biology Animal Science Animal Science & Management Anthropology Applied Physics Art History Art Studio Asian American Studies Atmospheric Science Avian Sciences Biochemical Engineering Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Biological Science Biological Systems Engineering Biomedical Engineering Biotechnology Cell Biology Chemical Engineering Chemical Engineering/Material Science Engineering Chemistry Chicana/Chicano Studies Chinese Civil Engineering Classical Civilization Clinical Nutrition Communication Community & Regional Development Comparative Literature Computational Applied Science Computer Engineering Computer Science Computer Science & Engineering Crop Science & Management Design Dramatic Art East Asian Studies Economics Electrical Engineering English Entomology Environmental & Resource Sciences Environmental Biology & Management Environmental Horticulture & Urban Forestry Environmental Policy Analysis & Planning Environmental Toxicology Evolution, Ecology & Biodiversity Exercise Biology Fiber & Polymer Science Film Studies Food Science French Genetics Geology German History Human Development Hydrology International Agricultural Development International Relations Italian Japanese Landscape Architecture Linguistics Managerial Economics Materials Science & Engineering Mathematics Mechanical Engineering Medieval Studies Microbiology Music Native American Studies Natural Sciences Nature & Culture Neurobiology, Physiology & Behavior Nutrition Science Optical Science & Engineering Philosophy Physics Plant Biology Political Science Psychology Religious Studies Russian Sociology Soil & Water Science Spanish Statistics Textiles & Clothing Viticulture & Enology Wildlife, Fish & Conservation Biology Women and Gender Studies

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ACADEMICS

UC Davis comprises three colleges (Agricultural & Environmental Sciences, Engineering, Letters & Science), five professional schools (Education, Law, Management, Medicine, Veterinary Medicine) plus the Division of Biological Sciences. With 103 undergraduate majors and 80 graduate programs, the university offers the most expansive and diverse range of academics among any of the University of California campuses. Additionally, students also have the opportunity to combine majors or customize their field of study by creating an individual major. For those interested in graduate degrees – whether it be a master’s degree or a doctorate – UC Davis offers advising services to help students craft their education toward those goals. An estimated 86 percent of UC Davis students applying to graduate schools earn acceptance to either their first or second choices.

COMMUNITY

With a population of approximately 60 thousand, Davis is widely known for being a safe, active and socially innovative community. The downtown area boasts a multitude of specialty shops, restaurants, theaters and art galleries; while the city’s numerous parks offer recreational opportunities for active students.

ACTIVITIES

On campus, UC Davis students can rally around the highly successful athletics department by joining the Aggie Pack spirit organization, or enjoy a first-class performance at the Robert & Magrit Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts.

The university also offers hundreds of student clubs and organizations, including cultural clubs, fraternities and sororities, faith-based organizations and the Associated Students of UC Davis student government. For the active Aggie, students may participate in the diverse intramural sports program or join one of the 30-plus sports clubs. In 2004, the Activities & Recreation Center (ARC) opened its doors, providing the campus with its own state-of-the-art fitness venue. In April, UC Davis hosts Picnic Day, an annual student-run open house. The popular event showcases all that the campus has to offer, attracting students, staff, faculty, parents, alumni and members of the surrounding communities.

GETTING AROUND

Nestled just southwest of Sacramento, the city of Davis rests just 15 minutes from an international airport, and contains a downtown station serviced by Greyhound and Amtrak. Centrally located in the Sacramento Valley, the town sits equally close to both the finest ski resorts and the Pacific Ocean’s top beaches. Within Davis and its neighboring towns, both Yolobus and the student-operated Unitrans bus systems offer free transportation to registered undergraduates. The town boasts more bicycles per capita than any other city in the nation. More than 50 miles of bike paths make the entire town conducive to both riders and pedestrians.

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CAMPUS LEADERSHIP LINDA KATEHI Linda Katehi became the sixth chancellor of the University of California, Davis, on August 17, 2009. As chief executive officer, she oversees all aspects of the university’s teaching, research and public service mission. Chancellor Katehi (kah-TAY-hee) also holds UC Davis faculty appointments in electrical and computer engineering and in women and gender studies. A member of the National Academy of Engineering, she chairs the President’s Committee for the National Medal of Science and is chair of the Secretary of Commerce’s committee for the National Medal of Technology and Innovation. She is a fellow and board member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and a member of many other national boards and committees. Previously, Chancellor Katehi served as provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; the John A. Edwardson Dean of Engineering and professor of electrical and computer engineering at Purdue University; and associate dean for academic affairs and graduate education in the College of Engineering and professor of electrical engineering and

FRED WOOD Fred Wood assumed the role of Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs on August 1, 2007. Dr. Wood oversees programs and services that enhance the academic and personal development of students, including intercollegiate athletics. He also provides administrative leadership to a Division of over 50 student support programs and to a team of over 800 staff members. In addition, he manages a budget of over 30 million dollars. He advises the Chancellor on matters relating to students, enrollment, access, retention, and campus climate. Wood earned his bachelor’s and Ph.D. from UC Davis in Chemistry in 1980 and 1984. Soon after graduating, he began his faculty appointment in Chemistry and also served the College of Letters and Science as the Associate Dean, a position he held for 13 years. Most recently he served as the Associate Vice Provost of Undergraduate Studies and Interim Vice Provost of Undergraduate Studies. He is a 2003 graduate of the Harvard University Executive Leadership and Management Institute, and also a graduate of the University of California Management Institute. Dr. Wood is a member of several professional organizations including American College Personnel Association, National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, and the National Association of College and University Busi-

UC Davis Chancellor computer science at the University of Michigan. Since her early years as a faculty member, Chancellor Katehi has focused on expanding research opportunities for undergraduates and improving the education and professional experience of graduate students, with an emphasis on underrepresented groups. She has mentored more than 70 postdoctoral fellows, doctoral and master’s students in electrical and computer engineering. Twenty-one of the 42 doctoral students who graduated under her supervision have become faculty members in research universities in the United States and abroad. Her work in electronic circuit design has led to numerous national and international awards both as a technical leader and educator, 16 U.S. patents, and an additional six U.S. patent applications. She is the author or co-author of 10 book chapters and about 600 refereed publications in journals and symposia proceedings. She earned her bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the National Technical University of Athens, Greece, in 1977, and her master’s and doctoral degrees in electrical engineering from UCLA in 1981 and 1984, respectively.

Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs ness Officers. He also serves on the Council of Deans and Vice Chancellors at UC Davis, as well as over twenty different committees and councils on and off campus. Several priorities he is focusing on in Student Affairs include building bridges within Student Affairs and with academic affairs; increasing the diversity of our student population by reaching out to students who are disadvantaged and underrepresented; recruitment and admissions; increasing the number of students transferring to UC Davis from community colleges and helping with their transition; develop an inclusive community for all of our students; work to help new students effectively navigate the university; improve retention and graduation; improve accountability and transparency; improve student health; increase fundraising efforts to help support our units and their needs; maintaining affordability for students to attend college; and keeping up with the latest technology to provide our staff, faculty and students with the most up to date and accurate information. Dr. Wood continues to teach undergraduate students while serving in his administrative role and maintaining a focus on continually improving the services available to undergraduate and graduate students.

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UC DAVIS ATHLETICS GREG WARZECKA

Director of Athletics

On August 1, 1995, Greg Warzecka became the 11th director of athletics at UC Davis. In the decade-plus since, the Aggie athletics program has enjoyed unprecedented success under his guidance. Warzecka’s penchant for progress began from his first year as director when he was charged with the task of fully engaging the campus in dicussions regarding whether or not UC Davis would offer athletics-related financial aid. One year later, the campus announced the launch of its first-ever grant-in-aid program. Warzecka has also overseen UC Davis’ transition into two conferences in his short tenure. In 1998, the Aggies moved from the now-defunct Northern California Athletic Conference to the powerful California Collegiate Athletic Association. Then in 2003, the UC Davis program announced that it would join the Big West Conference and thus reclassify from NCAA Division II to Division I status. Under Warzecka’s guidance, the Aggie athletics program increased its grant-inaid allocation nearly tenfold to approximately $5 million. During this period, he also engineered a substantial upgrade in athletics facilities, most notably the Schaal Aquatics Center (2004), the Marya Welch Tennis Center (2005) and the multi-use Aggie Stadium (2007).

NONA RICHARDSON

Senior Associate Director of Athletics/Senior Woman Administator

Nona Richardson was named Senior Associate Athletics Director at UC Davis in March 2007. She brings extensive experience to her role at UC Davis which includes overseeing compliance, student services and sports medicine programs, as well as sport supervision. Richardson has experienced intercollegiate athletics from a variety of roles, most recently during her tenure at Ball State, where she served as the senior woman administrator. There she oversaw daily operations for sports medicine, and strength and conditioning while also supervising seven sports, including women’s basketball and women’s volleyball.Her contributions at Ball State also included studentathlete services, community outreach programming, career development education, student-athlete awards, and other related areas while also serving as a Title IX and gender equity resource. Prior to Ball State, Richardson was Associate Director of Athletics and SWA at Valparaiso University for seven years, where she served in similar capacities while also serving as Compliance Coordinator for the 18-sport athletics program. Her duties also involved student-athlete eligibility, event management and other key administrative responsibilities. Richardson has served on numerous committees throughout her distinguished career, including the NCAA

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During Warzecka’s tenure, UC Davis captured six NACDA Division II Directors’ Cups as the most outstanding overall program in the country. For his part, NACDA selected Warzecka as its A.D. of the year for the D-II West Region in 2001-02. Furthermore, the editors of Sports Illustrated magazine lauded the Aggie program on three different occasions. In 1999 and 2000, Sports Illustrated For Women named UC Davis as the top Division II school for women athletics. One year later, SI selected UC Davis as its top D-II school for the 2001-02 year. Before turning to administration, Warzecka had been a successful baseball coach, first as an assistant at his alma mater, California. He then served as head coach at San Francisco State, then at the University of Chicago, where he also served his first post as men’s athletics director. Warzecka returned to California in 1989 to become the A.D. at the University of Redlands, where he remained until he joined the Aggie athletics staff. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in physical education from Cal in 1975 and his Master of Science with an emphasis in athletic administration from Cal State Hayward in 1983.

Division I Volleyball Committee (2000-02) and Volleyball Officials Sub-Committee (2001-02). She has also been a member of committees for the Mid-Continent Conference and the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators (NACWAA), the latter for which she also served as a board member. Richardson has presented at several national conferences, is a member of NACWAA and the National Association of Girls and Women in Sports, and has won several awards including NACWAA’s Dr. Nell Jackson Award (2000). Her athletics administrative tenure was preceded by a volleyball coaching career that was highlighted by head coaching positions at Eastern Michigan (1987-95) and Valparaiso (1996-99) and an assistant coaching assignment at Kentucky (1984-87). Richardson was also an assistant coach at the U.S. Olympic Sports Festival in 1991. Richardson was a standout volleyball player at Michigan State (1978-81) where she was a team co-captain, MVP and a member of the Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW) All-State team. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education from Michigan State in 1983 and her Master of Arts and Liberal Studies in Human Behavior and Society from Valparaiso University in 1999.


UC DAVIS HEAD COACHES

Bob Biggs Football

Vianney Campos Field Hockey

Steve Doten Men’s Water Polo

Jamie Holmes Women’s Volleyball

Barbara Jahn Women’s Swimming

John Lavallee Women’s Gymnastics

Daryl Lee Men’s Tennis

Bill Maze Women’s Tennis

Rex Peters Baseball

MaryClaire Robinson Women’s Soccer

Dwayne Shaffer Men’s Soccer

Sandy Simpson Women’s Basketball

Gary Stewart Men’s Basketball

Byron Talley Track & Field (interim)

Anne Walker Women’s Golf

Drew Wartenburg M/W Cross Country

Cy Williams Men’s Golf

Jamey Wright Women’s Water Polo

Karen Yoder Softball

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HOME OF THE AGGIES The palatial Activites & Recreation Center (ARC) offers a wide array of fitness areas, including fullsize basketball courts, a multi-use activity center for indoor soccer or hockey, a running/jogging track, weight rooms, aerobics facilities, squash and racquetball courts, and a rock-climbing wall. Additional amenities include a wellness center, student lounges and opportunities for conferences and special events.

ACTIVITIES & RECREATION CENTER

THE PAVILION

HICKEY GYMNASTICS CENTER

The Pavilion, formerly known as Recreation Hall, serves as home court for UC Davis basketball, volleyball, wrestling and gymnastics, as well as concerts and special events. With a seating capacity of nearly 8,000, the Pavilion ranks as one of the largest on-campus arenas in Northern California.

The former Lower Hickey Gym, the first home of women’s athletics in the post-Title IX era, was converted to a first-class practice facility for the Aggie gymnastics team in 2005.

LA RUE FIELD Recognized in 1999 as “Softball Field of the Year” by the Sports Turf Managers Association, La Rue Field hosted five NCAA West Region Softball Championships in the past decade. Recent additions include batting cages, covered dugouts and improved press areas.

SCHAAL AQUATICS CENTER The Ted & Rand Schaal Aquatics Center hosted its first event in January of 2004. The complex features an Olympic-sized pool, locker rooms, team rooms, office space and permanent seating for approximately 500 spectators. The aquatics center will allow UC Davis to host championship events, including the 2006 NCAA Women’s Water Polo Championships.

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AGGIE SOCCER STADIUM

Both Aggie Stadium (left), the home of soccer, and the James & Ann Dobbins Baseball Complex (below) were the result of volunteer efforts dating back to the mid-1980s.

TOOMEY FIELD & WOODY WILSON TRACK Built in the late 1940s, Toomey Field has hosted numerous championship events for football, track & field and lacrosse. During the 2000 Olympic Trials, standouts Marion Jones and Michael Johnson used the Woody Wilson Track as a practice facility.

Dobbins boasts one of the finest playing surfaces in Northern California. In 2002, the stadium was enhanced to include a press box, a renovated entrance and permanent concession/restroom facilities.

DOBBINS BASEBALL COMPLEX

MARYA WELCH TENNIS CENTER Dedicated in April 2005, the Marya Welch Tennis Center represents an expansion of the former Hickey Tennis Courts. Recent additions include grandstands and canopied benches for the north courts.

AGGIE STADIUM

TOOMEY WEIGHT ROOM UC Davis student-athletes welcomed the expanded weight room, located inside Toomey Field. In addition to nearly tripling in size the previous facility, the upgrade also included all new equipment, restrooms and office space.

Aggie Stadium serves as the home facility for the football, women’s lacrosse and women’s field hockey teams. The multiuse venue features an all-weather Sportexe playing surface, a first-class press box, full locker rooms, restrooms and concessions. The initial design has seating for 11,000 to 15,000 spectators, with an eventual build-out to as many as 30,000.

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SERVING THE UC DAVIS STUDENT-ATHLETE STUDENT-ATHLETE ACADEMIC SERVICES 204/208 Hickey Gym • (530) 752-3259

Michelle Roppeau Director of Athletic Academic Advising

UC Davis ranks among the leaders in NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Awards and Academic AllDistrict/America honorees, and has claimed a record three winners of the NCAA Woman of the Year Award. Student-Athlete Academic Services deserves much of the credit for these accomplishments. The office started in 1988 with a single staff member serving as a centralized resource for academic advising, eligiblity information and campus referrals. The office has since expanded to include additional academic advisors, an athletic aid coordinator, an assistant eligibility coordinator and an administrative assistant. It is headed by Nona Richardson, senior associate director of athletics. The Student-Athlete Academic Services office provides a range of services to student-athletes on all 26 intercollegiate athletics teams, including assistance with course and major selection as well as interpretation and clarification of eligibility rules and issues.

UC Davis student-athletes typically have a minimum of three academic advisors: an athletic academic advisor assigned by sport, a college advisor, and a major advisor (if the student has a declared major). Although appointments with the athletic academic advisors are not mandatory at UC Davis, student-athletes might choose to see their athletic academic advisor for issues including: • General education (GE) requirements • Dropping/adding courses • Time management/study skills • Assistance completing the mandatory Academic Plan Form • Study hall for student-athletes • Personal issues that affect academic performance • Choosing a major/career • Declaring or changing a major • Exploration of opportunities beyond athletics • Preparation for graduate programs • Preparation and application for NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships and other national awards

ATHLETIC TRAINING / SPORTS MEDICINE

Dick Lewis Training Room (115 Hickey Gym) • (530) 752-0647 The Pavilion Training Room • (530) 752-7515

Jeff Hogan Head Athletic Trainer

Known collectively as “The Healer of Champions”, the UC Davis athletic training staff comprises five full-time certified athletic trainers, a full-time physical therapist/certified athletic trainer and approximately 24 student athletic trainers. Together, they are responsible for providing medical care to the 800-plus student-athletes that compose UC Davis’ 26 varsity teams. The student athletic trainers serve two to three years with the program, logging in more than 1,500

hours and gaining valuable clinical education in a hands-on environment. The internship is ideal for any student interested in a graduate program in athletic training, as well as any medical or allied medical profession. The ARC Pavilion training room contains extensive resources and equipment for the rehabilitation of injured athletes. The staff physical therapist is headquartered there as well.

OTHER RESOURCES Cowell Student Health Center........................................ 752-2300 Peer Counselors In Athletics (PCA)............................... 754-7103 Internship & Career Center............................................ 752-2855 Learning Skills Center................................................... 752-2013 Student Employment Center.......................................... 752-0520 Counseling Center........................................................ 752-0871 The House (Peer Counseling)......................................... 752-2790 Cross Cultural Center.................................................... 752-4287 Education Abroad Center............................................... 752-3014

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Student Disability Center............................................... 752-3184 International House..................................................... 753-5007 Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Resource Center....... 752-2452 Women’s Resource & Research Center............................. 752-3372 FINANCIAL SUPPORT Undergraduate Scholarship Office................................... 752-2804 Financial Aid Office...................................................... 752-2390 Dean Witter Fund Residential Services............................. 752-2033


Small town. Big school. UC Davis is ranked 16th among public universities nationwide by the National Research Council, is listed 11th among public universities nationwide by U.S. News & World Report; and is 10th in research funding among all U.S. ranked public universities by the National Science Foundation. The campus is a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities, one of just 62 institutions of higher learning to be admitted to this distinguished group. Founded in 1908 as the University Farm amid the fertile fields of the state’s Central Valley, UC Davis embarks on a centennial celebration during the 2008-09 academic year. The campus encompasses the colleges of Letters and Science, Engineering, Biological Sciences, and Agricultural and Environmental Sciences; and professional schools in Law, Management, Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, and Education. It also operates the UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento, one of the leading teaching and research hospitals in the nation. In 2007, the campus announced a $100 million in founding support from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation to launch the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing. This is a period of growth and change for UC Davis. The campus has seen growth in student, faculty and staff populations and is in the midst of more than $1 billion in new construction. New facilities do or will include new laboratories, new classrooms and new student sports and recreation facilities. Thanks to the generosity of one of the world’s most renowned winemakers,

groundbreaking took place in 2005 on the Robert Mondavi Institute for Wine and Food Science.  The Robert and Margrit Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts opened in 2002 and is a showcase part of the campus. UC Davis has enjoyed a distinguished history in athletics as it continues a new era in NCAA Division I. The Aggies are official members in most sports in the Big West Conference which includes fellow UC campuses Irvine, Riverside and Santa Barbara. The transition to Division I brought to an end a successful Division II era in which UC Davis captured six Directors’ Cups in eight years, awarded annually to the most successful athletics program in the country. UC Davis also twice received recognition from Sports Illustrated for Women as the top Div. II school for women while Sports Illustrated has also previously honored the institution. In addition to 26 varsity sports (14 for women and 12 for men), the campus offers nearly 40 student-organized club sports. Women's field hockey will become the 27th varsity sport when it begins competition in 2009. And each year, more than 19,000 students participate in intramural sports. All students can enjoy abundant on- and off-campus recreational facilities for tennis, softball, basketball, volleyball and golf. Given the area’s Mediterranean climate, outdoor recreation continues year round. The program is also among the nation’s leaders in NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship recipients and has had three winners of the prestigious NCAA Woman of the Year Award, tied for the most among all schools in the country.


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Opponent at Cal PORTLAND STATE (A Salute to Heroes) at Univ. San Diego at Weber State at San Jose State SOUTH DAKOTA* (Homecoming) SOUTH ALABAMA (Parents’ Weekend) SOUTHERN UTAH* (Oktoberfest) at North Dakota* at Cal Poly* (Battle for the Golden Horseshoe) SACRAMENTO STATE (Causeway Classic)

Location Time Berkeley, CA 1 PM DAVIS, CA 6 PM San Diego, CA 6:05 PM Ogden, UT 5 PM San Jose, CA 5 PM DAVIS, CA 6 PM DAVIS, CA 2 PM DAVIS, CA 4 PM Grand Forks, ND 10 AM San Luis Obispo, CA 6:05 PM DAVIS, CA 4 PM

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