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  Asher O'Hara threw a 51-yard touchdown pass to Pierre Williams to cap the scoring with 6:28 to play and No. 2 seed Sacramento State beat Richmond 38-31 Saturday in the second round of the FCS playoffs. Sacramento State (12-0), ranked No. 2 in the FCS coaches poll, extended its program record for single-season wins. The Hornets play No. 7-seed Incarnate Word in the quarterfinals. Leroy Henley caught a 21-yard touchdown pass from Reece Udinski to give the Spiders a 31-24 lead going into the fourth quarter but Jake Dunniway hit Marshel Martin for a 19-yard TD and, after Richmond missed a 46-yard field-goal attempt, Williams slipped behind a pair of defenders and was hit in stride by O'Hara's pass for the winning touchdown catch-and-run.

Williams finished with four receptions for 107 yards and Martin caught 10 passes for 148 yards and two touchdowns for Sacramento State. The duo is the first to each have at least 100 yards receiving in the same game for the Hornets since the 2019 season. O'Hara threw a 5-yard TD pass to Martin that opened the scoring midway through the first quarter but Reece Udinski sandwiched touchdown passes of 25 yards to Jasiah Williams and 24 yards to Henley around a 1-yard scoring run by Savon Smith to give Richmond (9-4) a 21-7 lead early in the second quarter. Elijah Tau-Tolliver returned the second-half kickoff 95 yards for a touchdown that gave the Hornets a 24-21 lead. Udinski finished 21-of-39 passing for 216 yards and three touchdowns for Richmond. Aaron Dykes added 109 yards rushing on 20 carries. - Sacramento State/AP College Football


rSr/2023 WR Pierre WilliamsSacramento State
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  2022 ALL-BIG SKY FIRST TEAM: OLB Marte Mapu (SAC),...Mapu joins linebacker Matt Logue (2005) as the only players in school history to be named Big Sky Defensive Player of the Year. The senior ranked second on the team with 65 total tackles, including 6.5 for loss and one sack. He tied for the team lead with a pair of interceptions, added four pass breakups, two quarterback hurries and forced a fumble. Mapu, who started all 11 games during the year, had at least three tackles in each game and tallied five or more in eight contests. He was recently named a finalist for the Buck Buchanan Award which is given to the best defensive player in the FCS. - Sacramento State Football

rSr/2023 OLB Marte MapuSacramento State
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  2022 ALL-BIG SKY FIRST TEAM: WR Pierre Williams (SAC),...Williams earned first team honors for the third straight season and follows Roberts (1998-2000) and wide receiver Fred Amey (2002-04) as the only players in school history to do so. This season, Williams caught 35 passes for 514 yards and six touchdowns. He currently ranks second in school history with 2,762 career receiving yards, is tied for third with 21 touchdowns and is fourth with 170 receptions. Williams and Amey are also the only players in the history of Sacramento State to have at least 500 receiving yards in all four years of their careers. - Sacramento State Football

rSr/2023 WR Pierre WilliamsSacramento State
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  2022 ALL-BIG SKY FIRST TEAM: RB Cameron Skattebo (SAC),...Skattebo is the third Sacramento State player to earn Big Sky Offensive Player of the Year following running back Charles Roberts (1998, 1999) and quarterback Kevin Thomson (2019). Skattebo was also named to the all-Big Sky first team after a season in which he rushed for 1,251 yards. The sophomore also caught 24 passes for 281 yards and finished the year with nine total touchdowns (5 rushing, 3 receiving, 1 kick return). He had seven 100-yard games during the season, including a season high 201 at Eastern Washington. The Rio Linda, Calif., native is currently sixth in school single season history for rushing yards and is second with an average of 7.41 yards per carry. Skattebo was also named a finalist for the Walter Payton Award which is presented to the top offensive player in the FCS. - Sacramento State Football

rSo/2025 RB Cameron SkatteboSacramento State
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  2022 ALL-BIG SKY FIRST TEAM: K Kyle Sentkowski (SAC),...Sentkowski earned his second consecutive first team award. The senior kicker made 14-of-17 field goal attempts during the season, including a stretch of 13 in a row. He also set the school single season record with 59 made PATs. The Blaine, Wash., native is now sixth in school history with 208 career points. He also ranks third with 35 career field goals and 103 extra points. Sentkowski is also the school leader in PAT percentage (.990) and second in career field goal percentage (.814). - Sacramento State Football

rSr/2023 K Kyle SentkowskiSacramento State
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  2022 ALL-BIG SKY FIRST TEAM: ILB Armon Bailey (SAC),...Armon Bailey was the team's second first team selection on defense. The linebacker set career highs with 78 total tackles including 12.5 TFLs and six sacks to lead the team in all three categories. Bailey added four pass breakups, three quarterback hurries, forced two fumbles and recovered one. The Vallejo, Calif., native was credited with at least four tackles in all 11 games and had seven or more in eight of the final nine games of the season. He was twice named Big Sky Defensive Player of the Week during the year. - Sacramento State Football

Sr/2023 ILB Armon BaileySacramento State
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  2022 ALL-BIG SKY FIRST TEAM: OL Brandon Weldon (SAC),...Jackson Slater and Brandon Weldon anchored an offensive line which helped produce a school record 2,757 rushing yards during the season. Both started all 11 games with Slater at left guard and Weldon at right. The honor is the first for Slater who is a true sophomore from Bellevue, Wash. Weldon, a senior from Compton, Calif., returned to the all-Big Sky teams after earning second team honors a year ago. He owns a 36-game consecutive starting streak which is the longest among active members of the team. - Sacramento State Football

rSr/2023 OG Brandon WeldonSacramento State
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  2022 ALL-BIG SKY THIRD TEAM: RB & PR Marcus Fulcher (SAC),...Fulcher earned the honor as both a running back and punt returner. The versatile junior scored eight touchdowns during the year and had 706 all-purpose yards. He rushed for 349 yards and six touchdowns on 60 attempts (5.8 yards per carry) and also caught 33 passes for 228 yards and two scores. The Fresno, Calif., native was a dangerous return man, averaging 12.4 yards per punt return including a season high 44 yarder in the win at Colorado State. - Sacramento State Football

Jr/2024 RB Marcus FulcherSacramento State
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  2022 ALL-BIG SKY THIRD TEAM: DE Killian Rosko (SAC),...Rosko earned his first all-Big Sky recognition following a season where he had 34 stops, including five for loss. He played a large role in the team's win against Montana with a career high nine tackles and also had seven in the victory at UNI. - Sacramento State Football

Sr/2023 DE Killian RoskoSacramento State
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  2022 ALL-BIG SKY SECOND TEAM: OL Troy Stiefel (SAC),...Offensive linemen Nathan Mejia and Troy Stiefel, defensive tackle Jett Stanley and cornerback Caleb Nelson each took home second team all-Big Sky honors. Mejia started every game at center during his redshirt freshman season while Stiefel returned to the lineup to start every game at left tackle. - Sacramento State Football

Jr/2024 OT Troy StiefelSacramento State
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  2022 ALL-BIG SKY FIRST TEAM: AP Asher O'Hara (SAC),...O'Hara was named all-league as an all-purpose player for the second straight season. The quarterback has been a touchdown machine this season, becoming the first player in school history to rush for at least one touchdown in all 11 regular season games. O'Hara finished the year with 19 rushing touchdowns which is tied for the second most in program history. He also threw for eight scores while completing 62-of-80 (.775) pass attempts during the season. The senior had two 100-yard rushing performances during the season, posting 101 yards against Utah Tech in the season opener and 129 against Idaho. He currently has 797 rushing yards which is the most by a quarterback in school history. - Sacramento State Football

rSr/2023 QB Asher OHaraSacramento State
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  2022 ALL-BIG SKY FIRST TEAM: OL Jackson Slater (SAC),...Jackson Slater and Brandon Weldon anchored an offensive line which helped produce a school record 2,757 rushing yards during the season. Both started all 11 games with Slater at left guard and Weldon at right. The honor is the first for Slater who is a true sophomore from Bellevue, Wash. Weldon, a senior from Compton, Calif., returned to the all-Big Sky teams after earning second team honors a year ago. He owns a 36-game consecutive starting streak which is the longest among active members of the team. - Sacramento State Football

So/2025 OG Jackson SlaterSacramento State
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  2022 ALL-BIG SKY FIRST TEAM: TE Marshel Martin (SAC),...Martin returns to the first team for the second consecutive season. He led the Hornets this season with 43 receptions, 587 yards and eight touchdowns. During the season, he caught at least five passes in five games and had touchdowns in six contests. The junior already owns all the career receiving records in Sacramento State history by a tight end and is currently seventh in the school record book with 1,786 career receiving yards. His 21 touchdowns are also tied for third while his 135 career receptions place him sixth all-time at Sacramento State. - Sacramento State Football

Sr/2023 FB Marshel MartinSacramento State
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  2022 ALL-BIG SKY SECOND TEAM: OL Nathan Mejia (SAC),...Offensive linemen Nathan Mejia and Troy Stiefel, defensive tackle Jett Stanley and cornerback Caleb Nelson each took home second team all-Big Sky honors. Mejia started every game at center during his redshirt freshman season while Stiefel returned to the lineup to start every game at left tackle. - Sacramento State Football

rFr/2026 C Nathan MejiaSacramento State
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  2022 ALL-BIG SKY THIRD TEAM: QB Jake Dunniway (SAC),...Dunniway repeated as a third team selection following a season where he completed 147-of-243 passes (.605) for 1,872 yards and 16 touchdowns. The senior tossed touchdown passes in the first 10 games of the season, including two or more in five contests. He is currently sixth in school history with 5,030 career passing yards, sixth in career completions (372), seventh in career attempts (603) and tied for seventh with 33 career touchdowns. - Sacramento State Football

rSr/2023 QB Jake DunniwaySacramento State
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