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  2023 ALL-BIG SKY CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM (COACHES): DL Zach Kennedy, UC Davis,...For the second straight season Zach Kennedy garnered first team honors. Kennedy registered 28 total tackles, eight of which were for a loss, including four sacks. His eight tackles for loss and four sacks paced the team and he added two pass breakups and forced a fumble. - UC Davis Football

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  2023 ALL-BIG SKY CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM (COACHES): OL Jordan Ford, UC Davis,...Jordan Ford was honored by the conference for the fourth time in his career as he was named to the first team. Ford provided the time for Miles Hastings to throw for 2,380 yards and opened the running lanes for Larison to lead the league with 1,101 rushing yards. The Aggie offensive line led the conference in fewest sacks allowed with nine. - UC Davis Football

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  2023 BIG SKY FOOTBALL OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Lan Larison, RB, UC Davis,...Larison, who finished the season with 10 touchdowns in the final three games, was named the Offensive Player of the Year after an outstanding season for the running back. Larison rushed for 1,101 yards on the year and 13 touchdowns, despite missing three games due to injury midseason. Larison is the first Aggie to win Offensive Player of the Year since Jake Maier did in 2018. - Big Sky football

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  2023 ALL-BIG SKY CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM (COACHES): RB Lan Larison, UC Davis,...Larison rushed for a league-high 1,101 yards on the year and 13 touchdowns, despite missing three games due to injury. He also led the country with 137.6 rushing yards per game and his 1,101 yards on the ground ranked 10th in the country. UC Davis finished the season 7-4 overall and 5-3 in Big Sky play. The Aggies posted ranked wins over Weber State and Causeway rival Sacramento State. - UC Davis Football

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  2022 ALL-BIG SKY FIRST TEAM: DB Rex Connors (UCD),...Connors proved to be not only one of the top freshmen in the conference but in the entire country as he led the league and was sixth in the country with 0.50 interceptions per game, swiping five passes on the season. The Jerry Rice Award finalist led the team with 92 tackles, 56 solo stops and added four tackles for loss. His 9.2 tackles per contest ranked third in the Big Sky, while his 5.7 solo tackles per game paced the league. - California-Davis Football

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  2022 ALL-BIG SKY FIRST TEAM: RB Ulonzo Gilliam Jr. (UCD),...Gilliam, Jr. capped off his final season in an Aggie uniform as the most prolific rusher in program history. The senior ran for 1,180 yards and 13 touchdowns to rank second in the league in yards and third in touchdowns on the ground. The Merced native also hauled in a team-best 50 passes for 366 yards. His 1,554 all-purpose yards ranked second in the Big Sky. - California-Davis Football

rSr/2023 RB Ulonzo Gilliam Jr.California-Davis
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  2022 ALL-BIG SKY FIRST TEAM: DE Zach Kennedy (UCD),...Kennedy turned into a menace along the defensive line in his sophomore campaign, leading the Aggies with four sacks and 8.5 tackles for loss. Kennedy posted a career-best two sacks in the win on the road at No. 15 Idaho. The Washington native tallied 29 tackles and forced a fumble. The Ags were third in scoring defense and second in the league in the redzone. - California-Davis Football

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  2022 ALL-BIG SKY FIRST TEAM: OL Nick Amoah (UCD),...Amoah earns first-team honors for the second time in his career as he provided the time at Hastings blindside to help the Aggies boast the top passing numbers in the league. UC Davis ranked second in the Big Sky in sacks allowed as the offensive line opened the holes for the Ags to sport the third-ranked rushing offense in the conference. - California-Davis Football

rSr/2023 OG Nick AmoahCalifornia-Davis
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  2022 ALL-BIG SKY FIRST TEAM: QB Miles Hastings (UCD),...Hastings had a breakthrough season and annihilated Big Sky competition, leading the conference in nearly every passing category. The sophomore quarterback paced the league in passing yards with 3,048, 277.1 per game and a 69.8 completion percentage. Hastings only threw six interceptions to pair with 20 touchdowns, which ranked second in the Big Sky. - California-Davis Football

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  2022 ALL-BIG SKY HONORABLE MENTION: KR Lan Larison (UCD),...Larison, who garnered first-team honors on special teams also nabbed honorable mention accolades as a kick returner. The Idaho native ranked third in the conference with 438 kickoff return yards and was fourth in the Big Sky with 1,258 all-purpose yards. - California-Davis Football

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  2022 ALL-BIG SKY FIRST TEAM: ST Lan Larison (UCD),...Larison, who garnered first-team honors on special teams also nabbed honorable mention accolades as a kick returner. The Idaho native ranked third in the conference with 438 kickoff return yards and was fourth in the Big Sky with 1,258 all-purpose yards. Larison rushed for 486 yards with four touchdowns on the ground and caught 25 passes for 335 yards with a score. - California-Davis Football

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  2022 ALL-BIG SKY SECOND TEAM: DB Devon King (UCD),...King finished his Aggie career in impressive fashion, breaking the program's solo tackle record. The defensive back was second on the team with 57 total tackles which 42 were unassisted. King paced the team with six pass breakups and tallied five tackles for loss. He recorded 10 tackles twice this season, first against USD and again on the road in the win at No. 15 Idaho. - California-Davis Football

rSr/2023 CB Devon KingCalifornia-Davis
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  2022 ALL-BIG SKY SECOND TEAM: OL Jordan Ford (UCD),...Connor Pettek and Jordan Ford were mainstays on the offensive line as the duo nabbed conference honors for the third straight season. The disciplined line was instrumental in helping Hastings lead the league in passing and rank ninth in the country overall. The pair opened holes in the middle of the line for Gilliam, Jr. to break 1,000 yards and set nearly every rushing record in school history. - California-Davis Football

rSr/2024 OG Jordan FordCalifornia-Davis
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  2022 ALL-BIG SKY THIRD TEAM: K Isaiah Gomez (UCD),...Gomez finished his Aggie career on fire, proving to be one of the most reliable kickers in the country as he connected on his final 15 field goal attempts. The senior was a perfect 3-for-3 on field goals in four different contests as his 1.64 field goals per game led the Big Sky and ranked second in the nation. He finished 18-for-24 with a long of 46 yards. His 19 field goals in 2021 and now his 18 this season are the top two single season marks in school history. - California-Davis Football

Sr/2023 K Isaiah GomezCalifornia-Davis
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  2022 ALL-BIG SKY THIRD TEAM: DB Jehiel Budgett (UCD),...Budgett played in nine games and totaled 23 tackles with 17 solo stops and an interception. He ranked second on the team with five pass breakups and registered four tackles for loss. The defensive back posted his best game of the season statistically on the road at No. 15 Idaho when he tallied eight total tackles, including one for a loss. - California-Davis Football

Jr/2025 CB Jehiel BudgettCalifornia-Davis
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