Junior defender earns second career honor from the league after a pair of shutouts
Freshman picks up his first career honor in helping UC Davis to an unbeaten start
UC Davis heads to Southern California to take on Cal State Fullerton in first round clash
Men's soccer opens three-match road trip in Santa Barbara before Causeway rematch in Sacramento
Aggies close out home stand against division rivals
2007: ALL-BIG WEST CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM... Started all 20 games... Led team with career-high 8 goals and 17 points... Ranked 3rd in goals, T4th in points among Big West Conference leaders... Also had one assist, 32 shots, 16 shots on goal... Converted team-best 5-for-6 on penalty kicks... Tallied his first career hat trick in the team's 4-2 win over Pittsburgh (9/2)... Had a two-goal game in a 4-2 win over Oakland (9/15)... Named Big West Conference Co-Player of the Week (9/17) after scoring three goals in two games and leading the Aggies to Oregon State Diadora Classic team title... Stands as the first player in program history to earn Big West Player of the Week honors.
2006: Played in 17 games, starting 15... One of only five Aggies to score multiple goals during the season... Netted two scores off only four shots on goal... First collegiate goal was the game-winner during the 19th minute in a 1-0 victory over eventual national champion UC Santa Barbara (9/23)... Also scored during Aggies' 2-1 victory over Cal State Northridge (10/21).
2004: Appeared in 17 games, starting all but one... Scored one goal on 7 total shots... First collegiate goal came with 1:03 remaining vs. Dominican, when he scored off the rebound of Ryan Shaw's first attempt.
DAVIS HS 04: Played soccer and basketball... Helped lead soccer team to 60-7-7 record... Won All-Monticello Empire League honors as a senior... Played club ball for Davis Galaxy... Named to Sacramento Bee All-Metro second team.
PERSONAL:Born in Lagos, Nigeria... Majoring in African-American & African studies... Parents are Jammal & Melanie Anibaba... Brother, Jammil, redshirted for Aggie soccer team in 2004... Younger brother, Jalil, plays for Santa Clara... Lists sports hero as Nigerian superstar Jay Jay Okacha.