Colton Silveria rushed for 170 yards and senior Sean Kelley was good on three field goals
The Aggies will recognize 14 seniors in the final game of the season at Aggie Stadium
The Aggies won "The Battle for the Golden Horseshoe" for the third consecutive year
2010: Appeared in 10 games, starting the first 7 of the year... Ranked 2nd on team in all-purpose yards, amassing 317 rushing (82 carries), 163 receiving (27 catches) and 373 on kick returns (20 attempts)... Scored 3 touchdowns (2 run, 1 pass)... Went 13-for-104 with 2 scores vs. San Diego, earning Great West Conference Offensive Player of the Week... Selected as team's Offensive POW the week before vs. Portland State, having set season bests of 7 catches, 56 yards and a TD.
2009: Played in 10 games, finishing 2nd on team with 68-for-375 rushing... Added 11 receptions for 101 yards and 11 kick returns for 170 yards to rank 2nd with 676 all-purpose yards... Recorded first 100-yard rushing game at Southern Utah, posting 14-for-101 on the ground plus 3-for-20 in receiving... Ran for season-long 38-yarder to ignite Aggies' game-tying scoring drive late vs. Portland State... Had longest kick return (also 38 yards) in that game.
2008: Rushed for 178 yards and one touchdown on 34 carries (5.2 avg.) in 9 games... Also caught 10 passes for 114 yards and another TD... Teams leading kick returner, tallying 537 yards on 28 runbacks (19.2 avg.)... Majority of offense came against Iona: 17-for-99 rushing, plus a one-yard rushing TD and 43-yard TD reception... Also had season-long 28-yard kick return in that game... Had 4 receptions for 31 yards the following week vs. North Dakota... Finished season with 7-for-39 rushing, 4-for-35 receiving at San Diego.
DAVIS HS '07: Twice named to all-area team for Davis HS... Earned All-Delta Valley Conference first team as a senior... Rushed for 1,151 yards and 11 touchdowns on just 198 carries in 2006... Also caught 13 passes for 132 yards and two TD strikes, while totalling 18 tackles as a defensive back... Had five 100-yard games as a senior, including career-best 274 against Armijo... Compiled 325 rushing yards, 420 receiving yards and seven total touchdowns as a junior... Earned Academic Excellence Awards in his junior and senior years... Also played basketball, helping Blue Devils to Sac-Joaquin Section postseason berth in 2006.
PERSONAL: Born in Chico, Calif.... Majoring in sociology, with career aspirations in law enforcement... Parents are Stanley Reese and Elizabeth Clark-Anibaba & Jammal Anibaba... Stan played football at Chico State... Uncle, Rick Reese, played football at Sacramento State... His brother Jalil Anibaba plays soccer in the MLS for the Chicago Fire... Career highlight was throwing, catching and rushing for a TD in a single game at Davis HS.
Football crosses Causeway for annual rivalry game
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Doss sets new single-season record in home finale
at Sacramento State (2 p.m.)