Aggies seek third straight win in Saturday's 4 p.m. (PT) Big Sky opener
Strong first half, Parenteau's two blocked punts fuels Aggies' rout at Portland State
2009: ALL-GREAT WEST CONFERENCE HONORABLE MENTION... Won team's JIM FERRIER AWARD as outstanding transfer... Appeared in all 11 games, starting 6... 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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vs. 10/10Eastern Washington (6 p.m.)