Sean Davies
Sean  Davies


Westlake Village, Calif.

High School:
Chaminade College Prep '08

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 297


Political Science & History


Runas, Hawkins and Chopan Receive Top Awards

All will be honored on June 1st at the Cal Aggie Athletics Hall of Fame and Student-Athlete Awards Ceremony


Davies Named To Associated Press All-America Team

Aggie adds second All-America distinction this week with third-team honor


Davies Receives All-America Second-Team Honor

Aggie lineman earns recognition after All-Big Sky first-team honors earlier


Davies, Schmidt Lead Aggies On All-Big Sky Teams

UC Davis receives postseason honors; Aggies also announce team awards


59th Annual Causeway Classic Closes Biggs Era

UC Davis takes on rival Sacramento State trying to send head coach out with a win

2011: ALL-GREAT WEST CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM... Named Aggies' Offensive Lineman of the Year... Started all 11 games at left guard... Enters the 2012 season with a stretch of 21 consecutive games started... Considered by the coaching staff to be the most consistent Aggie player of 2011... Received a third consecutive Great West Conference All-Academic honor.

Started all 10 games played after sitting out Cal game... Garnered GWC All-Academic accolades.

2009: ALL-GREAT WEST CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM... Started 10 of 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.... Double-majoring in political science and history.. 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).