2005: Played in 6 games, starting 5... Sidelined by injury for Causeway Classic plus entire month of October... Led Aggies in rushing despite abbreviated season, amassing 328 net yards and 5 touchdowns on 101 carries... Also caught 14 passes for 110 yards... Posted 100 yards on 19 carries at Eastern Washington to set season high... Arguably his most memorable performance was in upset at Stanford: went 25-for-68 yards on the ground with pair of TDs... Put Aggies on scoreboard late in first half with 3-yard score after Adam Cook recovered a David Marrero fumble, then delivered a 1-yard TD run midway in third quarter... Tallied more than 100 combined yards at Stephen F. Austin, was 19-for-51 rushing with a TD and 6-for-62 in receiving... Finished season with 80-yard rushing performance vs. Northern Colorado, pushing his career total above 1,000-yard milestone.
2004: Led team with 495 rushing yards on 101 carries... Added 10-for-63 receiving numbers... Had team's lone 100-yard rushing game, compiling 114 yards on 18 attempts in finale vs. Portland State... Scored two short-yardage TDs at Cal Poly... Sprung for 12-for-76 rushing and a TD vs. Sacramento State.
2003: Finished 3rd on team with 181 rushing yards on 37 carries... Was 25-for-143 (5.7 avg.) during three-game stretch of Western Washington, Saint Mary's and Cal Poly... Led team with season-best 51 yards vs. Mustangs... Longest run of season was 17-yarder in 4th quarter vs. Vikings... Recorded first career TD reception vs. WWU, a 26-yard strike from Jon Barragan midway through the 3rd quarter... Finished 4-for-80 receiving for the year.
RIO AMERICANO HS '02: Won first-team All-Capital Athletic League honors in 2001... Compiled 1,271 total yards as a running back and team captain.
PERSONAL: Born in Carmichael, Calif.... Majoring in geology... Parents are Monte & Deborah Doris... Monte played football at USC.... Younger brother, Madison, is a junior tight end on the Aggies.
Doss, Maier and Anesi named team captains
Legacy of Aggie Football Golf Classic set for May 4
UC Davis adds road games at Cal in 2022 and 2024
Tim Ornelas named FCS Video Coordinator of the Year
Spring practices continue
for UC Davis football