The Dan Hawkins era will open on the road against a Mountain West Conference foe, the fifth time in as many seasons the Aggies faced an opponent from this league
Football standout honored for academic and athletic accomplishments
Manusamoa Luuga, Inoke Raikadroka and Keelan Doss among 10 UC Davis players honored overall
Aggies and Hornets to square off at Aggie Stadium at 1 p.m. on Saturday
Aggies to host Northern Colorado at 4 p.m. on Saturday at Aggie Stadium
2016: BIG SKY ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM... ALL-BIG SKY HONORABLE MENTION...Earned the start in all 11 games of the season as a staple in the offensive line… Recorded one unassisted tackle in the season opener at Oregon.
2015: Played in all eight games played at right tackle... Pushed his starting streak to 29 of 30 games played.
2014: Played in 10 games at right tackle, only missing opener at Stanford due to injury... Started nine games... Ended season by starting 21 of 22 career games.
2013: Started all 12 games at right tackle during his true freshman season.
GLENDORA HS: Lettered four years on the varsity squad at Glendora HS, picking up 44 tackles and 3 sacks during senior season in 2012... Named All-Baseline League first team and All-Valley first team... Had 28 tackles and a trio of sacks in junior season, earning all-league second-team honors.... Was also a second-team honoree as a sophomore... Also lettered in basketball.... Four-year member of President's Honor Roll.... Link Crew leader.
PERSONAL: Born in Burbank, Calif... Managerial economics major...Parents are John Schneider and Michelle Chovan... The best athletes he's faced have been from the Big Sky Conference... Would not change anything about football: "It's perfect the way it is"... Career highlight was playing his first high school varsity game during his sophomore season... Plans to coach football in the future... Would like to visit Bora Bora someday.
Aggies' offense erupts in rout of North Dakota
Inside the Huddle with Ryan Bua
Aggies host North Dakota in Big Sky home opener
Generating a global perspective through football
vs. 10/10Eastern Washington (6 p.m.)