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General Information
                                                                                      2004 Schedule
2004 Schedule ............................................................ 1
                                                                                      Date    Day            Opponent                          Time
Don Football Quick Facts ............................................ 3
                                                                                      Sat.    Sept. 4        Los Angeles Pierce .... 1 p.m.
Media Information .................................................. 4 & 6
                                                                                      Sat.    Sept. 11       at Santa Monica ............ 7 p.m.
Eddie West Field/Santa Ana Stadium ......................... 4
                                                                                      Sat.    Sept. 18   *   at Long Beach City# ..... 1 p.m.
Mission Conference ..................................................... 7
                                                                                      Sat.    Sept. 25   *   at Golden West ............. 5 p.m.
College History ............................................................ 8
                                                                                      Sat.    Oct. 2     *   Orange Coast .............. 1 p.m.
College District ............................................................ 8
                                                                                      Sat.    Oct. 9         Bye
Administration .............................................................. 9
                                                                                      Sat.    Oct. 16    *   Saddleback ................. 1 p.m.
Athletic Staff .............................................................. 10
                                                                                      Sat.    Oct. 23    *   at Pasadena City ........... 1 p.m.
                                                                                      Sat.    Oct. 30    *   at Riverside ................... 5 p.m.
Football Personnel
                                                                                      Sat.    Nov. 6     *   Fullerton (H) ................ 1 p.m.
Geoff Jones ............................................................... 12
                                                                                      Sat.    Nov. 13    *   El Camino .................... 1 p.m.
Don Abbott ................................................................. 13
Zach Biehl .................................................................. 13      Bold denotes home game
                                                                                      All times are p.m. and are subject to change
Simon Fuentes .......................................................... 14
                                                                                      * - denotes Mission Conference game
Dick Gorrie ................................................................. 14      H - denotes Homecoming game
Dave Ogas ................................................................. 15        # - game to be played at Cerritos College
Mike Ogas .................................................................. 15
Benny Rapp ............................................................... 16
Joe Jacobs ................................................................. 16
Casey Shine .............................................................. 16
Player Profiles
  Sophomores ..................................................... 18-23
  Freshmen .......................................................... 24-35

Opponents
Nonconference Opponents ....................................... 40
Mission Conference Opponents ........................... 41-44

2003 In Review
Final Results .............................................................. 46
Team Statistics .......................................................... 46
Individual Statistics .................................................... 47
Honors & Awards ....................................................... 50
Mission Conference Standings ................................. 50

History & Records
Football Log .......................................................... 52-56
Inside the Numbers ................................................... 58
Coaching Records                                                                      On the Cover...Sophomores Matt Resquer
   Year-by-Year .......................................................... 59         (No. 8), a second team all-Mission Conference
                                                                                      National Division defensive back, and running back
   Career Wins .......................................................... 59
                                                                                      Dartangan Johnson (No. 22) will be looking to help
   Coaching Tenure ................................................... 59             Santa Ana improve on its 5-5 record in 2003. Last
   Winning Percentage .............................................. 59               year, Resquer finished with 24.5 tackles,
   Conference Titles .................................................. 59            2 interceptions and 14 pass deflections while
                                                                                      Johnson led the team with 751 rushing yards and
   National Titles ........................................................ 59
                                                                                      six touchdowns despite missing the final three games
Individual Records                                                                    due to a broken ankle.
   Career .................................................................... 60
   Season ................................................................... 60    Credits
   Game ..................................................................... 60    The 2004 Santa Ana College Media Guide was written
Team Records                                                                        by Santa Ana College Sports Information Coordinator
                                                                                    Dean Hopkins and edited by Rancho Santiago
   Season ................................................................... 61
                                                                                    Community College District Communications Director
   Game ..................................................................... 61    Judy Iannaccone. Photography assistance was provided
Opponent Series Records ......................................... 62                by Miguel Lopez, Dean Hopkins and many of the fine
Bowl Game Appearances ......................................... 62                  reporters from the award-winning el Don newspaper
                                                                                    since 1920. Cover designed by Dean Hopkins with
Alumni
                                                                                    assistance provided by Sue Groetsch and Penny
   Where Have They Gone ....................................... 63                  Perkins. Publication layout by Eileen Capewell. Printing
   In The Pros ............................................................ 63      by the RSCCD Publications Department.
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                                  WYLIE A. AITKEN
                                          ATTORNEY
                                   wylie@aitkenlaw.com
                                    www.aitkenlaw.com




3 Imperial Promenade, Suite 800, TEL: (714) 434-1424
Santa Ana, California 92707-0555 FAX: (714) 434-3600
                                                                                              Quick Facts & Contact Information                        3


General Information
Mailing Address .................................... 1530 W. 17th St.                  SAC Sports On The Web
                                                   Santa Ana, CA 92706
Founded ................................................................... 1915
Enrollment ............................................................. 21,466
Nickname ................................................................. Dons
Colors ................................................. Red, Black, White
Home Field (Capacity) ........... Eddie West Field (10,000)
Affiliation ................................. Commission On Athletics
Conference (Division) ......................... Mission (National)
Chancellor ................................... Edward Hernandez, Jr.
Interim President .......................................... John Didion
Athletic Director ........................................... Avie Bridges
                                                                                                             SAC Website
Athletic Department Phone .................... (714) 564-6900
Athletic Department Fax ......................... (714) 564-6969

Coaching Staff
Head Coach ........................... Geoff Jones (3rd season)
Alma Mater ................... Azusa Pacific University (1998)
Santa Ana College Record ....................................... 7-13
Assistant Coach ...................... Don Abbott (10th season)
Assistant Coach ........................ Zach Biehl (3rd season)                       Santa Ana College fans can now access the lastest
Assistant Coach ................. Simon Fuentes (4th season)                           information on the college’s 21 athletic teams by visiting
Assistant Coach ..................... Dick Gorrie (23rd season)                        the Santa Ana College website at www.sac.edu and
Assistant Coach ..................... Joe Jacobs (11th season)                         clicking on Athletic Events. The athletic website is
                                                                                       updated regularly and provides viewers with up-to-date
Assistant Coach .................... Dave Ogas (22nd season)
                                                                                       scores, news as well as latest schedule changes.
Assistant Coach ........................ Mike Ogas (3rd season)
                                                                                       Individuals may also download media guides and
Assistant Coach ................... Benny Rapp (32nd season)                           contact members of Santa Ana College athletic staff
Assistant Coach .................... Casey Shine (2nd season)                          via the staff directory. Visit us following the game for a
Football Phone ....................................... (714) 564-6926                  recap of today’s game.
Football Fax ............................................ (714) 564-6969
Best Time to call ................. 11 a.m to 1 p.m., Weekdays
                                                                                                          Dean Hopkins is in his first year
Football Information                                                                                      as the sports information
2003 Overall Record .................................................. 5-5                                coordinator at Santa Ana College
                                                                                                          (SAC). He joined the SAC athletic
2003 Mission Conference Record (Place) ........ 1- 4 (5th)
                                                                                                          staff after spending 11 years at
All-Time Record .................................. 439-347-43 (.555)                                      Long Beach City College (LBCC)
All-Time Conference Record .............. 253-184-10 (.577)                                               where he served in several
Bowl Appearances (Most Recent) ................... 10 (1999)                                              capacities including publication
Conference Titles ............................................ 14 (1999)                                  assistant, sports information
National Titles ................................ 3 (1940, 1942, 1962)                                     specialist and director of public
Longest Winning Streak .............................................. 17                                  information and marketing. Prior to
                                                                                     Dean Hopkins         his stint at LBCC, Hopkins spent
Longest Losing Streak .................................................. 9
                                                                                     Football SID         four years working as a sports
Last SAC Shutout ............. 2002 (vs Orange Coast, 8-0)
                                                                                     O: (714) 564-6934    reporter/photographer for the
Last Time SAC Shutout ........... 2002 (vs Cerritos, 45-0)
                                                                                     M: (714) 642-9615    Annandale Advocate (Minnesota)
                                                                                     F: (714) 558-0560    and the Storm Lake Pilot-Tribune
Media Relations
                                                                                     hopkins_dean@sac.edu (Iowa) before relocating to
Sports Information Coordinator ................ Dean Hopkins
                                                                                                          California. Hopkins graduated from
Sports Information Phone ...................... (714) 564-6934                                            Buena Vista University, located in
Sports Information Fax ........................... (714) 558-0560                                         Storm Lake, Iowa, in 1988 with a
Hopkins’ Email .......................... hopkins_dean@sac.edu                                            bachelor ’s degree in mass
Eddie West Field Press Box .................. (714) 558-9949                                              communications. He and his wife,
Website ....................................................... www.sac.edu                               Denise, live in Huntington Beach.


  Opponent Sport Information Contacts
  School (Contact)                         Office Phone          Fax               Press Box       Email Address               Website
  El Camino (Dwight Ueda)                  (714) 660-6519        660-3818          660-3633        dueda@elcamino.cc.ca.us     www.elcamino.cc.ca.us
  Fullerton (Eric Mendoza)                 (714) 992-7391        992-7409          264-5375        emendoza@fullcoll.edu       www.fullcoll.edu
  Golden West (Steve Lombard)              (714) 895-8344        895-8923          432-5610        slombard@gwc.cccd.edu       www.gwc.info
  Long Beach City (Chris Ruiz)             (562) 938-4243        938-4746          421-1986        cruis@lbcc.edu              www.lbcc.edu
  L. A. Pierce (NA)                        (818) 719-6421        710-2518          Not Available   Not Available               www.lapc.cc.ca.us
  Orange Coast (Eric Montgomery)           (714) 432-5175        432-5054          432-5610        emontgomery@occ.cccd.edu    www.occsport.com
  Pasadena City (Robert Lewis)             (626) 585-7018        585-7929          Not Available   rmlewis@paccd.cc.ca.us      www.paccd.cc.ca.us
  Riverside (Robert Schmidt)               (951) 222-8032        222-8056          522-6214        robert.schmidt@rcc.edu      www.rcc.edu
  Santa Monica (NA)                        (310) 434-4000                          Not Available   Not Available               www.smc.edu
  Saddleback (Jerry Hannula)               (949) 582-4490        582-4224          582-4277        jhannula@saddleback.cc.ca.us www.saddleback.edu
4       Media Information


    Eddie West Field
    All regular season home games for                Santa Ana Stadium/Eddie West Field
    Santa Ana will be played at Santa Ana
    Stadium Eddie West Field. The two-                            20
    tiered press box accommodates up to
    30 sportswriters/statisticians on the first
    level and houses booths for the
    coaching staffs, radio/television crews
    and the public address system on the
    second level. Film/video crews can be
    accommodated on the roof.

    Credentials
    Nobody will be permitted into the press
    box without proper credentials.
    Credentials for road games should be
    obtained through the home school’s
    sports information office (see page 3
    for opponent sports information
    contacts). The sports information
    phone number at Santa Ana College is
    (714) 564-6934.

    Game Day Services                              The City of Santa Ana Stadium was originally built in 1929 and was replaced
    Members of the media will be provided          by the current structure and dedicated on October 4, 1963. The stadium which
    with updated rosters, game notes, injury       is located at 605 N. Flower has a capacity of 10,000 and is the home field for
    updates, probable starters and final           Santa Ana College and six of the local high schools. The facility has hosted
                                                   many events over the years such as the Mothers Day Mariachi Festival, the
    statistics. One telephone will be
                                                   Children’s Winter Holiday Party, the Copper Bowl and much more. The City
    available for post-game media                  named the stadium field “Eddie West Field” in 1977 to honor the longtime
    business. The press box will be open           sportswriter of The Orange County Register.
    approximately one hour before and
    after the game. Please notify the sports
    information office for any other
                                                        22 Freeway
    arrangements at (714) 564-6934.
                                                                                                            Santa Ana Bowl
    Parking
    Parking will be provided for members
    of the media (until lot is full) on the west
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    Interviews
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    Players and coaches will be available
    for postgame interviews following a
    brief cooling down period and team
                                                   Directions
    meeting. Post-game interviews may
                                                   5 Freeway (Southbound)
    be conducted on the field following the        When traveling south on I-5 take the N. Main St. exit; Continue south on N.
    game. For interviews during the week,          Main St. (0.5 miles); Turn right on W. Seventeenth St. (0.5 miles); Turn left on
    please contact the sports information          N. Flower St. (0.7); Turn right on Civic Center Drive (0.1 miles); Parking is
    office directly at (714) 564-6934.             available in parking structure located on the west side of Santa Ana Stadium.

                                                   5 Freeway (Northbound)
    Telephones
                                                   When traveling north on I-5 take the Seventeenth St. exit; Turn left on
    The press box phone number at Eddie            Seventeenth St. (1.0 miles); Turn left on N. Flower St. (0.7 miles); Turn right
    West Field is (714) 558-9949. Members          on Civic Center Drive (0.1 miles); Parking is available in parking structure
    of the media may file game stories             located on the west side of Santa Ana Stadium.
    from this line following the conclusion
                                                   22 Freeway (Eastbound)
    of the game.
                                                   When traveling east on the 22 Freeway take the Bristol St. exit and turn left;
                                                   Continue on Bristol St. (1.7 miles); Turn left on Seventeenth St. (1.0 miles);
    On the Web                                     Turn right on N. Flower St. (0.7 miles); Turn right on Civic Center Drive (0.1
    During the 2004 season, we encourage           miles); Parkinng is available parking structure located on the west side of
    fans and media to follow the Dons              Santa Ana Stadium.
    on our award-winning athletic web
                                                   55 Freeway (Southbound)
    site. Visitor may access the Santa             When traveling southon the 55 Freeway take the Seventh St. exit and turn
    Ana College Athletic website at                right; Continue on Seventeenth St. (2.6 miles); Turn left on N. Flower St. (0.7
    www.sac.edu and clicking on athletic           miles); Turn right on Civic Center Drive (0.1 miles); Parkinng is available
    events link near the top of the page.          parking structure located on the west side of Santa Ana Stadium.
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6      Media


    Media Outlets
    Newspapers                       Whittier Daily News                  KNBC Channel 4
    El Don                           7612 Greenleaf Ave.                  3000 W. Alameda Ave.
    Santa Ana College                             90602
                                     Whittier, CA 20                      Burbank, CA 91523
    1530 W. 17th St.                 (562) 698-0955                       (818) 840-4237
    Santa Ana, CA 92706              Fax: (562) 698-0450                  Fax: (818) 840-3076
    (714) 564-5617                   Roger Murray, Beat Writer
    Fax: (714) 564-0821              roger.murray@whittierdailynews.com   KTLA (WB) Channel 5
    Marytza Rubio, Beat Writer                                            5800 Sunset Blvd.
    eldonsports@sac.edu              Radio                                Los Angeles, CA 90028
                                     KFWB (980 AM)                        (323) 460-5907
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin     6230 Yucca St.                       Fax: (323) 460-5333
    20401 E. Fourth St.              Los Angeles, CA 90028                KTTV (Fox) Channel 11
    Ontario, CA 91764                (323) 462-6870                       1999 S. Bundy Dr.
    (909) 948-9038                   Fax: (323) 871-4670                  Los Angeles, CA 90025
    Fax: (909) 948-9374                                                   (310) 584-2030
    sports@dailybulletin.com         KNX (1070 AM)                        Fax: (310) 584-2450
                                     6121 Sunset Blvd.
    Long Beach Press-Telegram        Los Angeles, CA 90018                Wire & Stat Services
    604 Pine Ave.                    (323) 460-3252                       Associated Press
    Long Beach, CA 90844             Fax: (213) 460-3275                  221 S. Figueroa, #300
    (562) 499-1338                                                        Los Angeles, CA 90012
    Fax: (562) 437-8914              KSPN (710 AM) – ESPN Radio           (213) 626-1200
    ptnewssports@presstelegram.com   3321 S. La Cienega Blvd.             Fax: (213) 346-0200
                                     Los Angeles, CA 90016
    Los Angeles Times                (877) 552- 3776                      J.C. Athletic Bureau
    Times Mirror Square              Fax: (310) 558-5691                  P.O. Box 5401
    Los Angeles, CA 90053                                                 San Mateo, CA 94402
    (213) 237-7145                   XTRA Sports (690 AM/1150 FM)         (415) 345-4114
    Fax: (714) 213-237-7876          610 S. Ardmore Ave.                  Fax: (415) 593-5973
                                     Los Angeles, CA 90005                Fred Baer
    Orange County Register           (213) 427-1035, ext. 7984            frdbaer@aol.com
    625 N. Grand Ave.                Fax: (213) 380-4217
    Santa Ana, CA 92701                                                   Football Media
    (714) 796-7804                   Television                           JCFootball.com
    Fax: (714) 565-6765              Southern California Report           330 East Enos Drive, Ste. 178
    sports@ocregister.com            1111 S. Figueroa Street              Santa Maria, CA 93454
    Eugene Fields, Beat Writer       First Floor, Suite 108               (805) 451-5754
    efields@ocregister.com           Los Angeles, CA 90016                Fax: (323) 402-1223, ext. 1808
                                     (213) 763-4646                       Damon Dukakis, Editor
    Pasadena Star                    Fax: (213) 763-4633                  damon@jcfootball.com
    911 W. Colorado Blvd.
    Pasadena, CA 91109               KABC Channel 7                       J.C. Football Network
    (626) 578-6300, ext. 2203        ABC7 Broadcast Center                P.O. Box 2575
    Fax: (626) 856-2758              500 Circle Seven Drive               Redwood City, CA 94064-2575
    sports@sgvn.com                  Glendale, CA 91201                   (310) 480-3015
                                     (818) 863-7777, ext. 7677            Fax: (562) 684-4556
    Riverside Press-Enterprise       Fax: (818) 863-7889                  Mark Nielsen, Editor
    3512 4th St.                                                          missionmark@jucofootball.org
    Riverside, CA 92502              KCAL Channel 9
    (909) 368-9533                   5515 Melrose Ave.                    J.C. Grid-Wire
    Fax: (909) 368-9029              Los Angeles, CA 90038                P.O. Box 11703
    sports@pe.com                    (323) 960-3857                       Santa Ana, CA 92711-1703
                                     Fax: (323) 469-4979                  (714) 997-0824
    San Bernardino Sun                                                    Fax: (714) 639-1532
    399 D St.                        KCBS Channel 2                       Hank Ives, Editor
    San Bernardino, CA 92401         6121 Sunset Blvd.                    hankives@jcgridwire.com
    (909) 386-3865                   Los Angeles, CA 90028
    Fax: (909) 384-0327              (323) 460-3252                       Commission On Athletics
    sports@sbsun.com                 Fax: (323) 460-3337                  2017 “O” Street
                                                                          Sacramento, CA 95814
    South Bay Daily Breeze           KCOP (UPN) Channel 13                (916) 444-1600
    5215 Torrance Blvd.              915 N. La Brea Ave.                  Fax: (916) 444-2616
    Torrance, CA 90509               Los Angeles, CA 90038                David Eadie
    (310) 540-4201, ext. 383         (323) 850-2222, ext. 6               deadie@coasports.org
    Fax: (310) 540-3067              Fax: (323) 883-9889
                                                                                                                                          Mission Conference                                7


The Mission Conference
 The Mission Conference, founded in                       with Fullerton, Golden West, Palomar,
1969, is one of the most respected                        Saddleback and Santa Ana in the                                           Mission Conference
community college conferences in the                      Central Division.                                                              Contacts
country. Teams from the Mission
Conference have seized or shared six                        Last year (2003), the Mission                                              Conference Commissioner
national titles in the past 12 years.                     Conference endured yet another                                                    T. Mark Johnson
                                                          reorganization when the California
                                                                                                                                          5717 Riviera Avenue
Recent National Titles                                    Community College Football Coaches
                                                                                                                                           Banning, CA 92220
                                                          Association implemented crossover
2003 .......................... San Francisco                                                                                               (909) 845-3485
                                                          games with the Foothill and Western
2002 .................................... Reedley         States conferences and changed the
2001 .......................... San Francisco             conference’s division names to the                                                Conference President
2000 .......................... San Francisco             American and National.                                                                Barbara Bond
1999 .......................... San Francisco                                                                                               Orange Coast College
1998 ............. Butler County, Kansas                    Those making up the American                                                     2701 Fairview Road
1997 ...................... Mt. San Antonio               Division of the Mission Conference                                                Costa Mesa, CA 92628
1996 ............................. Saddleback             include Cerritos, Golden West, Long                                                  (714) 432-5122
1995 ..................... Long Beach City                Beach City, Mt. San Antonio, Orange
                                                          Coast and Palomar while Santa Ana,                                              Conference Statistician
1994 ................. Trinity Valley, Texas
                                                          El Camino, Fullerton, Pasadena City,                                                  Eric Mendoza
1993 ................................... Palomar
                                                          Riverside and Saddleback are                                                        Fullerton College
1992 ............................. Saddleback             members of the National Division.
1991 ................................... Palomar                                                                                          321 E. Chapman Avenue
                                                                                                                                            Fullerton, CA 92832
                                                          When did they join?                                                                  (714) 992-7391
  Palomar and Riverside are the only
two remaining teams from the original                     Cerritos ....................................           1988
eight teams that made up the                              El Camino ................................              1988
conference, due to multiple face-lifts                    Fullerton ...................................           1988
over the past 30 years.                                   Golden West ............................                1988
                                                          Long Beach ..............................               1988
  The makeup of the conference                            Mt. San Antonio .......................                 1988
continued to change in 2000, with                         Orange Coast ...........................                1984
Riverside and Orange Coast swapping                       Palomar ....................................            1969
divisions. Riverside joined Cerritos,                     Pasadena .................................              1988
El Camino, Long Beach, Mt. San                            Riverside ..................................            1969
Antonio and Pasadena in the North                         Saddleback ..............................               1970
Division while Orange Coast clashes                       Santa Ana ...............................               1981



2004 Mission Conference Schedule
                                                       Golden         Long          Mt. San         Orange                         Pasadena
             Cerritos     El Camino Fullerton           West          Beach         Antonio         Coast          Palomar           City   Riverside Saddleback Santa Ana

                at            vs            at          at               at           vs               vs               at             at            at             at            vs.
Sept. 4
              Chaffey       Ventura       Compton     West L.A.      Bakersfield    Moorpark        Glendale      Mt. S. Jacinto    Canyons      Grossmont    L. A. Harbor    L.A. Pierce

                vs            at              vs            vs          vs               at              at           vs              vs             vs           vs              at
Sept. 11
              Compton      Moorpark     Mt. S. Jacinto Southwestern Grossmont       L. A. Valley   L. A. S’west   vs Canyons       Bakersfield      Citrus      Chaffey      Santa Monica

                at            vs             at           at            vs             vs              vs              vs              at            vs            at          at
Sept. 18
             Riverside    Golden West     Palomar     El Camino      Santa Ana      Pasadena       Saddleback       Fullerton       Mt. SAC        Cerritos   Orange Coast Long Beach

                at            vs             vs         vs              at              at              at            at              vs             vs            vs             at
Sept. 25     Pasadena      Mt. SAC      Orange Coast Santa Ana       Riverside      El Camino       Fullerton     Saddleback        Cerritos     Long Beach     Palomar      Golden West

                 vs           vs             at          vs             at              vs            at              vs               at             at         vs          vs
Oct. 2
             El Camino      Cerritos      Mt. SAC     Riverside     Saddleback       Fullerton     Santa Ana       Pasadena         Palomar      Golden West Long Beach Orange Coast

Oct. 9          Bye           Bye           Bye          Bye            Bye            Bye            Bye             Bye             Bye            Bye          Bye            Bye

                vs            at            at           at              at             vs             vs              at              vs             vs          at             vs
Oct. 16     Golden West    Riverside     Pasadena      Cerritos     Orange Coast     Palomar       Long Beach       Mt. SAC         Fullerton     El Camino    Santa Ana     Saddleback

                at             at            vs           vs            vs              at             vs              at             vs             at           vs             at
Oct. 23     Long Beach     Fullerton     El Camino     Palomar        Cerritos     Orange Coast     Mt. SAC       Golden West      Santa Ana     Saddleback    Riverside      Pasadena

                 vs           vs            vs           vs          at                at              at              vs          at                vs             at           at
Oct. 30
              Mt. SAC      Pasadena     Saddleback   Long Beach Golden West          Cerritos       Palomar       Orange Coast El Camino          Santa Ana     Fullerton     Riverside

                 vs          vs             at            at             vs             vs            at              at              vs             at            at             vs
Nov. 6      Orange Coast Saddleback      Santa Ana     Mt. SAC        Palomar      Golden West      Cerritos      Long Beach       Riverside      Pasadena     El Camino       Fullerton

                 at           at            vs            at             at            vs          vs                 vs               at             at          vs              vs
Nov. 13
              Palomar      Santa Ana     Riverside   Orange Coast     Mt. SAC      Long Beach Golden West           Cerritos       Saddleback     Fullerton    Pasadena       El Camino
8    Santa Ana College History



    Santa Ana College
       Santa Ana College opened its doors in 1915 as a
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    department of Santa Ana High School. With 25 students,
    it was the second junior college founded in Orange
    County.
       Dana King Hammond was the director of the college
    for its first 27 years, also serving as the principal for the
    high school.
        In 1933 an earthquake severely damaged the high
    school structures, forcing the campus to be moved to
    North Main Street where it remained until 1947. In 1945
    a bond issue passed, paving the way for the development
    of a 48-acre campus at the corner of 17th and Bristol.
      By 1955 the school had more than 3,000 students,
    and by 1965 that number had doubled. Today the
    campus serves more than 25,000 students and the
    numbers continue to grow.


    Rancho Santiago District
       In 1971, Santa Ana College separated from Santa
    Ana Unified School District and formed the Rancho
    Santiago Community College District (RSCCD). In
    addition to Santa Ana, RSCCD serves the communities
    of Anaheim Hills, Garden Grove, Orange, Tustin, Irvine
    and Villa Park.
       In 1997, the college district’s board of trustees voted
    to become a multi-college district. This new district,
    established the following year, now includes: Santa
    Ana College, Santiago Canyon College, Anaheim Hills
    Center, Criminal Justice Training Center, Garden Grove
    Center, Marketplace Education Center, Continuing
    Education, Centennial and Orange Centers and the
    Regional Fire Training Center.




    District Office
       Also in 1998, in an effort to accommodate enrollment
    growth and two colleges, the district office moved from
    the Santa Ana College location to a new facility in 1998
    at 2323 North Broadway.
      The four-story, 55,000 square-foot facility was
    purchased for $4.3 million and houses offices for
    operations functions such as accounting, purchasing,
    community services, facility planning, human resources,
    economic development, and research and planning.
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Eddie Hernandez
Chancellor
   Dr. Edward Hernandez Jr., former executive vice chancellor and president of Santa Ana
College, was appointed chancellor of the Rancho Santiago Community College District by
its Board of Trustees in July 1998.
   A graduate of Nova Southeastern University in Florida with a doctorate in community
college administration, Hernandez joined the district in 1989 as vice chancellor for student
affairs. He earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from California State University,
Los Angeles.
  Hernandez previously served as the dean of continuing education and community
services at Mt. San Antonio College after working as an instructor at Pasadena College.




John Didion
Interim President
   John Didion is currently serving as the interim president of Santa Ana College while
fulfilling his duties as executive vice chancellor of human resources and educational services
for the Rancho Santiago Community College District (RSCCD). His responsibilities include
labor negotiations, employee recruitment, selection, and discipline, fringe benefit
administration and risk management. Didion is also responsible for the district’s economic
development programs, institutional research and resource development activities.
  He holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Southern California and
a master’s degree in public administration from California State University, Long Beach.
  Didion has over 20 years of administrative experience in California community colleges.
Before joining RSCCD in 1997, he held administrative positions in the Long Beach
Community College District and the Cerritos Community College District.




Aracely Mora
Dean, Physical Education, Health & Athletics
  Aracely Mora, Ed.D. took over as the dean of athletics at Santa Ana College in July, 2002.
  Mora comes to Santa Ana from Irvine Valley College where she served as dean of
Health Sciences, Physical Education and Athletics from August 2000 to June 2001 as well
as athletic director from 1991 to June 2001.
   Previous to her college experience, Mora was the athletic director at Woodrow Wilson
High School (Long Beach) from 1981 to 1986 as well as the activities director from 1987
to 1989. She then served as the assistant principal at Millikan High School (Long Beach)
from 1989 to 1991 before accepting the athletic director position at Irvine Valley College.
  While at Irvine Valley, Mora also served as the president of the Orange Empire
Conference in 1998. She was elected as president of the California Community College
Athletic Directors’ Association in 1999 and was a member of the accreditation team to
validate self-study for Hartnell College in Salinas, California in 2000. Mora is the current
president of the State Community College Organization of Physical Education.
   Mora earned a doctoral degree in institutional management from Pepperdine University
in 1997. She also has a master’s degree (1979) and bachelor’s degree (1976) in physical
education from California State University Long Beach.




Avie Bridges
Athletic Director
   Avie Bridges took over as the director of athletics at Santa Ana College in May of 2002.
Bridges came to Santa Ana from Allan Hancock College where she served as athletic
director from January of 2000 through April 2002. Previous to that, Bridges was the athletic
director at Santa Monica College from 1992-2000, where she also served as the physical
education department chair from 1995-1998 and women’s basketball coach from 1986-
1996.
  Bridges graduated from Tennessee Technology University with a master’s degree in
education. She also has a bachelor’s degree in education from Judson College in
Alabama.
10   Athletic Staff




     Susan Clayton        Frank Gonzales         Allen Griffith        Dean Hopkins
     Athletic Secretary   Athletic Counselor        Equipment          Sports Information




     Gary Kinney          Maria Purcell          Ray Robledo          Khara Schniable
      Athletic Trainer       Equipment          Athletic Counselor      Athletic Trainer




                           Nora Schug            Kaye Smith            Tom Williams
                           Athletic Trainer    Department Secretary       Equipment
Coaches
12       Head Coach




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                                                  Geoff
                                  Jones
                                                   Head Coach
                                         Azusa Pacific University
                                                      7-13 (.350)
                                                     3rd season



     Jones’ Record at SAC
                        Overall                Conference
     Year             W L T       Pct.     W     L T Pct. Place
     2002 ............ 2 8 0      .200     2     3 0 .400   3rd
     2003 ............ 5 5 0      .500     1     4 0 .200    4th
     Totals ......... 7 13 0      .350     3     7 0 .300




     G
                   eoff Jones begins this third season as the       Ana College football history, is not unfamiliar with Santa
                   head football coach of the Santa Ana             Ana College having spent six years as an assistant
                   College football team and first as a full-       coach under Dave Ogas, who is now the team’s
     time head coach. Prior to the 2004 season, the Santa           linebacker and special teams coach. Jones served as
     Ana-alum served as the head football coach on a                the wide receiver and tight end coach before taking
     contract basis in 2002 and 2003 before being hired as          over as the offensive coordinator in 2001.
     a full-time faculty member and head football coach this           In his first year of running the offense (2001), Santa
     past April. In his first two seasons at the helm, Jones        Ana averaged 342 yards per game on offense and had
     has compiled a 7-13 overall record and 3-7 mark in             four different players earn all-Mission Conference
     the Mission Conference, National Division.                     honors. As the team’s wide receiver and tight end
        The former Don, who is the 15th head coach in Santa         coach (2000), the Dons broke eight different school
                                                                    records—including individual receiving yardage
                                                                    (Derrick Barnes, 1,128), receptions (Barnes, 66) and
                                                                    individual receiving touchdowns (Barnes, 15).
                                                                       After a terrific career at El Dorado High School,
                                                                    Jones came to Santa Ana College and was a two-year
                                                                    starter at tight end for the Dons. As a sophomore he
                                                                    garnered second team all-Mission Conference, Central
                                                                    Division honors after catching 16 passes for 258 yards
                                                                    and three touchdowns.
                                                                       Following his career at Santa Ana College, Jones
                                                                    transferred to Chapman University where he played
                                                                    two seasons for head coach Ken Visser and helped
                                                                    the Panthers to a 15-3-1 overall record. In 1995, the
                                                                    former El Dorado High School-product was one of the
                                                                    main reasons Chapman finished the season 8-1 overall
                                                                    and ranked in the nation’s Top 25. He earned his
                                                                    bachelor’s degree in movement/exercise science with
                                                                    an emphasis in athletic training at Chapman before
                                                                    completing his master’s degree in physical education
                                                                    at Azusa Pacific University.
                                                                       Jones currently resides in Yorba Linda with his wife,
                                                                    Sarah, and two-year-old daughter, Ashley.
                                                             Assistant Coaches   13




                        Don
             Abbott
             Defensive Ends
  New Mexico State University
                10th season

   Although he’s only in his 10th year at Santa Ana
College, Don Abbott is in his 33rd year of coaching
football.
   Abbott was a player at Santa Ana in 1957 and 1959,
earning all-conference awards for his play during both
seasons.
   After a nine-year hiatus from football, Abbott
returned to the gridiron in 1970 as the oldest player in
college football (30) at New Mexico State University.
   In 1971, Abbott began a seven-year coaching career
at Westminister High School before joining the Golden
West College coaching staff in 1978. He spent 16
years as an assistant at Golden West before returning
to his alma mater.




                       Zach
                  Biehl
                 Offensive Line
     California State, Fullerton
                    3rd season

   Zach Biehl returns to the coaching staff at Santa Ana
College in 2003 as offensive line coach and co-offensive
coordinator.
   Biehl enters his third season as a coach at the college
ranks after six successful seasons at the high school
level.
   He helped Newport Harbor High School win a CIF
championship in 1999 as the Sailors reached the CIF
semi-finals in five of the six years he was there.
   Biehl helped 20 different offensive lineman earn
All-Seaview League status during his tenure-including
nine All-CIF lineman and three All-Orange County left
tackles.
   In fall 2002, he received his bachelor’s degree in
History from California State University, Fullerton.
   Biehl and his wife, Denise, live in Newport Beach.
14      Assistant Coaches




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                        Simon
              Fuentes
                    Quarterbacks
       Eastern Kentucky University
                       4th season

       Simon Fuentes returns for his fourth season as the
     quarterbacks coach at Santa Ana College after joining
     the staff in 2001.
       Prior to his return to Santa Ana, Fuentes was the
     quarterbacks coach for two years at Garden Grove
     High School for two years and at Perris High School for
     one.
       Fuentes played for Santa Ana in 1993-94 passing for
     1,755 yards and 19 touchdowns during his sophomore
     season. He later played at Eastern Kentucky University
     guiding the Colonels to a conference championship in
     1997.




                           Dick
                   Gorrie
                  Running Backs
           Azusa Pacific University
                     23rd season

        Dick Gorrie has been walking the sidelines at San
     Ana College since 1964. After a 12-year stint as head
     coach, he came back to take charge of the running
     backs in 1994.
        Gorrie was a standout quarterback at UC Santa
     Barbara while earning his bachelor’s degree in physical
     education. He later went on to earn his master’s degree
     from Azusa Pacific University.
        Prior to arriving at Santa Ana, Gorrie began his
     coaching career as an assistant coach at Helix High
     School in 1955. He later became the head coach and
     posted a 44-20-1 record over seven years.
        His 52 wins as head coach at Santa Ana ranks third
     in school history behind Bill Cook (160) and Dave Ogas
     (104). During his tenure (1964-75), he guided the Dons
     to a South Coast Conference championship in 1971 as
     well as a victory in the 1965 Elks Orange Show Bowl.
                                                                    Assistant Coaches   15




                         Dave
                    Ogas
                  Linebackers
    San Diego State University
                 22nd season

   Dave Ogas returns for his 22nd season with the Santa Ana
football team, his second as linebacker coach. He served as
head coach for 20 years and ranks second in school history
with 104 wins. In 1999, Ogas was named Mission-Central
Coach-of-the-Year for the second time and in 1994 was named
California Community College Region IV Coach-of-the-Year.
   After graduating from La Habra High School, Ogas played
offensive line at rival-Fullerton College before heading to San
Diego State to play for Don Coryell. During his four year
collegiate career his teams amassed a 37-3 record, prompting
professional teams to recognize his talents.
   Ogas played two years for John Madden and the Oakland
Raiders in 1968-69 before heading to Buffalo to end his playing
career.
   Ogas started his coaching career as an assistant coach at
Mission Bay High School before becoming the head coach at
Mount Miguel High School. He started at Santa Ana as
the offensive line coach in 1976 under Howard Black and
eventually took over head coaching duties from Tim Mills in
1982. Dave and his wife, Debby, have been married for 32
years. They have a son Mike, who is also an assistant coach,
and a daughter Stephanie, who is 22.




                          Mike
                    Ogas
                   Cornerbacks
            Cal State Northridge
                     3rd season

    Mike Ogas returns for his third season at Santa Ana College
in 2004 as the cornerback coach under head coach Geoff Jones.
    Ogas was the receivers coach at Edison High School in 2001
and the head coach of the freshman team at Edison in 2000.
    After playing for Santa Ana and his father, Dave Ogas, in
1995-96, Mike transferred to Cal State Northridge to play for the
Matadors in 1997-98.
    Ogas then signed a free agent contract with the St. Louis
Rams in 1999 and played for the Rhein Fire of NFL Europe in
2000 before joining the coaching ranks at Edison in Huntington
Beach.
    Ogas earned a bachelor’s degree in communication studies
from Cal State Northridge in 1999. He recently completed his
teaching credential and is currently working on his master’s
degree in physical education. He and his wife, Carissa, reside in
Huntington Beach.
16      Assistant Coaches




                        Benny
                     Rapp
                          Safeties
           Azusa Pacific University
                     32nd season

       Benny Rapp enters his 32nd season at Santa Ana
     College as part of the football coaching staff.
       During his tenure, Rapp has served as defensive
     back coach, linebacker, defensive line, offensive
     coordinator, receiver coach and now is in his fourth
     season as defensive coordinator.
       Rapp played football at Baylor University, Orange
     Coast College and Long Beach State. He received his
     bachelor’s degree from Long Beach State and his
     master’s degree from Azusa Pacific University.
       After his collegiate career, Rapp was drafted by the
     British Columbia Lions of the Canadian Football League.
       Prior to coaching at Santa Ana, Rapp was a defensive
     coach at Huntington Beach High School. He also
     spent one year as an assistant coach at USC in 1984.




                             Joe                                                  Casey
                Jacobs                                                        Shine
                    Defensive Line                                                 Receivers
                             USC                                  University of Nevada, Reno
                      11th season                                                 2nd season

        Joe “Jakes” Jacobs returns for his 11th season as         Casey Shine begins his second season at Santa
     defensive line coach at Santa Ana College.                Ana College as the receivers coach and co-offensive
        Jacobs graduated from John Muir High School before     coordinator with Zach Biehl.
     attending Pasadena City College and Cal State Los            Shine graduated from El Modena High School in
     Angeles. He earned a bachelor’s degree at Los Angeles     1993 and played football at Santa Ana from 1993-
     before gaining a teaching credential from USC.            1994. He received All-State honors as a tight end at
        In addition to his Santa Ana experience, Jacobs’       Santa Ana in 1994.
     coaching career includes 16 seasons as an assistant          He transferred to the University of Nevada, Reno
     coach at El Dorado High School and four years as an
                                                               with a football scholarship in 1995-1996 and graduated
     assistant at Fullerton College. While at El Dorado, the
                                                               with a Bachelor’s Degree in physical education in
     Golden Hawks won six league titles and appeared in two
                                                               1996.
     CIF championship games.
                                                                  He was assistant football coach at Douglas High
                                                               School in Minden, NV in 1997-1998. Before returning
                                                               to Santa Ana in 1999 as tight end coach.
                                                                  Starting in 2000, he became a full-time physical
                                                               education teacher at El Modena High School where he
                                                               serves as offensive coordinator for the El Modena
                                                               football team, which is ranked as one of the top
                                                               offenses in the state. He also coaches the freshmen
                                                               girls’ basketball and volleyball teams at El Modena.
Players
18      Sophomores


                                                                   Team as a junior and senior...Member of the 1,000 lb.
                            Dennis                                 Club...Was a Golden State Scholar...Received Golden
                            Amy                                    State Awards in science and history.
                                                                     Personal: Born: October 24, 1985...Parents: Linda
                            Offensive Line          20             Badorek and the late Jack Badorek...Has one brother,
                            6-0     305                            Wes, and three sisters, Bre, Jamie and Cindy...Favorite
                            Sophomore                              Movies: Ocean’s 11 and Zoolander..Favorite Actors: Peter
                            Tustin, CA                             North and Dale Centella...Major: Sports Medicine.
                            Moreno Valley HS (2002)
        Amy at SAC: Was an offensive lineman on the 2003
                                                                                           Alex
     Santa Ana College football team that finished 5-5.                                    Bigonger
        High School: Was a two-year letter-winner in football
     at Moreno Valley H.S...Earned offensive Most Valuable
                                                                                           Defensive Line
     Player honors as a junior...Served as team captain during                             6-0    265
     his senior year and was named co-Lineman of the                                       Sophomore
     Year...Earned RCC - Player of the Week honors.                                        Yorba Linda, CA
        Personal: Born: September 3, 1983...Parents: Dennis
                                                                                           Esperanza HS (2003)
     Amy Sr. and Marlia Amy...Has two sisters, Krisean and
     Kelli...Favorite Movie: Ghostbusters...Favorite Actor: Bill      Bigonger at SAC: Played in eight games as a
     Murray...Major: Education.                                    freshman...Tallied 14.5 tackles, five tackles for loss (-21)
                                                                   and three sacks (-20).
                                                                      High School: Started at defensive tackle for Servite
                            William                                as a junior and Esperanza as a senior.
                            Arellano                                  Personal: Born: October 10, 1984...Parents: Jeffrey
                                                                   and Linda Bigonger...Has one brother, Mark, and one
                            Fullback                               sister, Samantha...Favorite Movie: Friday the
                            6-0    205                             13th...Favorite Actor: Ron Jeremy...Favorite Book: Friday
                            Sophomore                              Night Lights...Undecided on major.
                            Garden Grove, CA
                            Garden Grove HS (2003)                                         Jose
        Arellano at SAC: Played in five games as a freshman...                             Calderon
     Rushed for 11 yards on three carries...Longest run was
     six yards.
                                                                                           Defensive Line
        High School: Graduated from Garden Grove H.S. in                                   5-10    230
     2003.                                                                                 Sophomore
        Personal: Born: February 17, 1985...Parents: Juan and                              Yorba Linda, CA
     Maria Arellano...Favorite Movie: Scarface...Undecided on
                                                                                           Esperanza HS (2003)
     major.
                                                                     Calderon at SAC: Was a member of last year’s Santa
                                                                   Ana College football team that finished 5-5.
                            Chris                                    High School: Graduated from Garden Grove H.S. in
                            Badorek                                2003.
                                                                     Personal: Born: March 15, 1984...Parents: Miguel and
                            Offensive Line                         Irma Calderon...Has two brothers, Martin and
                            6-4    330                             Miguel...Favorite TV Show: Simpsons...Favorite Actor:
                            Sophomore                              Dave Chappelle...Undecided on major.
                            Newport Beach, CA
                            Newport Harbor HS (2003)
       Badorek at SAC: Was an offensive lineman on the
     2003 Santa Ana College football team that finished 5-5.
       High School: Was an all-Seaview League selection
     as a junior and senior...Named to the Daily Pilot Dream




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                       Chris                                                         Jorge
                       Edwards                                                       Gomez
                       Defensive Back                                                Defensive Lineman
                       5-10     150                                                  5-9   260
                       Sophomore                                                     Sophomore
                       Irvine, CA                                                    San Antonio, TX
                       Irvine HS (2003)                                              Burbank HS (2001)
   Edwards at SAC: Played in five games as a freshman...        High School: Was a two-year letter-winner in football
Finished with 12.5 tackles...Broke up four passes...          at Burbank H.S. in San Antonio, Texas...Received
Recovered a fumble.                                           honorable mention all-district honors and Player of the
   High School: Was a three-year letter-winner in football    Week recognition as a senior.
and wrestling at Irvine H.S...Earned offensive Most             Personal: Born: May 21, 1983...Parents: Jorge and
Valuable Player honors as a sophomore and received            Maria Gomez...Has two brothers, Joshua and
Coach’s Award as a junior and senior...Was a first team       Frank...Favorite Movie: Dazed and Confused... Favorite
all-City and second team all-conference selection in          Actor: Ben Afflack...Person Most Like To Meet: Bill
football.                                                     Parcells...Major: Civil Engineering and Math.
   Personal: Born: February 3, 1985...Parents: Randy and
Nannette Edwards...Has one brother, Mike, and one sister,
Brittany...Person Who Has Had The Biggest Influence On                               Daniel
Me: Pat Tillman...Major: Fire Science.
                                                                                     Harris
                                                                                     Defensive Back
                       Toni                                                          5-10    170
                       Ete’aki                                                       Sophomore
                       Defensive End                                                 Yorba Linda, CA
                       6-2   255                                                     El Dorado HS (2002)
                       Sophomore                                 Harris at SAC: Played in four games as a freshman...
                       Garden Grove, CA                       Finished with two unassisted tackles and one assisted
                       Garden Grove HS (2003)                 tackle.
                                                                 High School: Lettered in football and was an all-league
   Ete’aki at SAC: Was second on the team in tackles as       selection as a senior
a freshmen...Finished with 24 unassisted tackles and 19          Personal: Born: October 6, 1983...Parents: Marc and
assisted tackles...Had a team-high 12 tackles for loss (-     Lorraine Harris...Has one sister, Christin and one brother,
62) and five sacks (-40)...Forced a fumble and recovered      Matti...Favorite Movie: Gone With The Wind...Favorite
another.                                                      Actor: Denzel Washington...Favorite TV Show: Seinfeld...
   High School: Was a three-year letter-winner in football    Favorite Book: Green Eggs and Ham...Undecided on
and a two-year letter-winner in track & field at Garden       major.
Grove H.S...Earned second team all-league honors on
defense as a sophomore and was a first team all-league
selection as a junior and senior...Started in Orange County
All-Star game...Earned second team all-conference
accolades in track & field (discus).
   Personal: Born: November 12, 1984...Parents: Sione
and Teuila Ete’aki...One of five siblings, others include
Ofa, Iome, Sepa and Tali...Favorite Movie: Remember the
Titans...Favorite Actor: Adam Sandler...Person Most Like
To Meet: Warren Sapp...Undecided on major.
20       Sophomores


                                                                       Personal: Parent: Lavonne Taylor…Has three brothers,
                            Dartangan                               Ronald, Josh and Junior…Favorite Move: Dumb and
                            Johnson                                 Dumber…Favorite Actor: Steven Segal…Favorite TV
                                                                    Show: Sponge Bob Square Pants…Person Most Like to
                            Running Back           20               Meet: Michael Johnson…Best Advice For Children: Stay
                            6-0    220                              in school and keep pursuing your dreams…Major: Fashion
                            Sophomore                               Design.
                            Santa Ana, CA
                            Newport Harbor HS (2003)                                      Josh
        Johnson at SAC: Appeared in six games as a                                        Lavin
     freshman before missing the final four games due to a
     broken ankle...Led the team in rushing with 731 yards on
                                                                                          Defensive Back
     162 carries...Scored six touchdowns...Averaged 4.5 yards                             6-1   185
     per carry...Rushed for a season-high 191 yards against                               Sophomore
     Long Beach City...Set a new school record with 40 rushing                            La Habra, CA
     attempts against Long Beach City...Caught two passes
                                                                                          La Habra HS (2003)
     for 48 yards.
        High School: Was a three-year letter-winner in football        Lavin at FC: Attended Fullerton College in 2003 before
     and track & field at Newport Harbor H.S...Was team Most        transferring to Santa Ana College.
     Valuable Player in football as a sophomore and                    High School: Lettered in football and hockey at La
     senior...Was a two-time, first team all-league selection and   Habra H.S...Was an all-league, all-area and all-CIF
     District’s Offensive Player of the Year as a junior and        defensive back on the CIF Champion football team at La
     senior...Started in Orange County All-Star game...Was          Habra in 2003...Named to the Principal’s Honor Roll.
     twice named to Daily Pilot Dream Team.                            Personal: Born: August 10, 1984...Parents: Tom and
        Personal: Born: November 13, 1985...Parents: Carl           Janie Lavin...Has one brother, Travis, and one sister,
     Johnson and Antwanette Page...Has two sisters, Sherry          Breenne...Favorite Movie: Heat...Persons Who Have Most
     and Carla, and one brother, Antwan...Favorite Movie:           Influenced Me Most: Grandpa Dale and Grandpa
     Friday...Favorite Actor: Samuel L. Jackson...Favorite          Joe...Undecided on major.
     Book: Survivor...Undecided on major.

                                                                                          Sergio
                            Donnell
                                                                                          Lozano
                            Johnson                                                       Fullback
                            Running Back
                                                                                          5-11    240
                            5-7   165                                                     Sophomore
                            Sophomore
                                                                                          Garden Grove, CA
                            Anaheim, CA                                                   Santiago HS (2003)
                            Savanna HS (2003)
                                                                       Lozano at SAC: Appeared in two games as a freshman
        Johnson at SAC: Appeared in all 10 of Santa Ana             for the Dons...Had one unassisted tackle.
     College’s football games as a freshmen…Was the team’s             High School: Was named the Most Valuable Player at
     second leading rusher with 372 yards…Averaged 3.6 yards        Santiago H.S.
     per rush on 102 carries…Scored five rushing touchdowns…           Personal: Born: November 8, 1985...Parents: Sergio
     Longest run was 65 yards…Caught six passes for 37              and Easther Lozano...Has three brothers, Ulises, Jesse,
     yards…Longest pass reception was 21 yards.                     and Brian...Favorite Movie: Lord of the Rings...Favorite
        High School: Lettered in football and track & field…Was     TV Show: Friends...Person Would Most Like To Meet:
     a first team all-conference selection as a sophomore, junior   Ahman Green...Undecided on major.
     and senior…Earned team most valuable player and league
     running back of the year honors as a junior and senior…
     Was a member of the 4x100 CIF championship team…
     Played in the Orange County all-Star game.
                                                                                                    Sophomores               21


                       Keith                                                          Aaron
                       Navarre                                                        Roupoli
                       Linebacker                                                     Tight End
                       6-1     205                                                    6-3    230
                       Sophomore                                                      Sophomore
                       Fullerton, CA                                                  Huntington Beach, CA
                       Troy HS (2003)                                                 Mater Dei HS (2003)
   Navarre at Fullerton: Attended Fullerton College in            Roupoli at SAC: Appeared in all five games as a
2003 before transferring to Santa Ana College.                 freshman...Finished eighth on the team with five
   High School: Was a four-year letter-winner in football      receptions for 62 yards...Averaged 12.4 yards per
and a two-year letter-winner in track & field at Troy H.S...   reception...Longest reception covered 17 yards.
Was an honorable mention all-conference selection as a            High School: Lettered in football at Mater Dei
junior...Was an all-league selection as a senior...Member      H.S...Was an honorable mention all-Serra League
of the Troy Honor Roll.                                        selection as a senior.
   Personal: Born: February 5, 1985...Parents: Michael            Personal: Born: February 28, 1985...Parents: Richard
and Michelle Navarre...Has one sister, Nicole.                 and Joyce Roupoli...Has one brother, Scott, and one sister,
                                                               Lindsay...Favorite Movie: The Big Lewbowski...Favorite
                                                               Actor: Chris Farley...Favorite TV Show: Family Guy...
                       Matt                                    Favorite Book: Farenheit 451...Person Would Like To
                                                               Meet: Chris Farley...Major: Business and Fire Science.
                       Resquer
                       Defensive Back
                       5-10     180                                                   Jayson
                       Sophomore                                                      Skalla
                       Fullerton, CA                                                  Defensive Line
                       Troy HS (2003)                                                 5-10    255
   Resquer at SAC: Appeared in all 10 games as a                                      Sophomore
freshman...Was seventh on the team in tackles with                                    Santa Ana, CA
24.5...Recorded 18 unassisted tackles and 13 assisted                                 Corona Del Mar HS (2003)
tackles...Intercepted two passes...Led the team with 14
passes broken up and 30 kickoff returns for 514 yards (17.1       Skalla at SAC: Appeared in all four games as a
avg.)...Longest return was 52 yards...Earned second team       freshman...Recorded 4.5 tackles...Finished with three
all-Mission Conference, National Division honors...Ran on      unassisted tackles and three assisted tackles.
the Santa Ana College men’s track & field team...Ran a            High School: Was a three-year letter-winner at Corona
season best 11.5 in the 100-meters at the Stanford             Del Mar H.S...Earned first team all-league honors as a
Invitational...Ran on the 4x100 team that had a season-best    junior and second team all-league accolades as a
time of 43.14 at the Mt. SAC Relays.                           senior...Was named the team’s defensive lineman of the
   High School: Was a four-year letter-winner in track &       year as a junior and senior.
field and a three-year letter-winner in football at Troy          Personal: Born: October 10, 1984...Parents: Terry and
H.S...Was a three-year starter at cornerback...Earned          Jayne Skalla...Has one brother, Tim, and two sisters, Jen
honorable mention honors as a sophomore...Was a first team     and Colleen...Favorite Movie: Point Breake..Favorite
all-league selection as a junior and senior...Served as team   Actor: Kate Hudson...Favorite TV Show: Smallville...
captain as a senior...Started at cornerback in Orange County   Favorite Book: Blue Highways...Least Favorite Food:
All-Star game..Named track & field Most Valuable Player as     Tofu...Undecided on major.
a senior...Received academic honors in Latin and human
anatomy.
   Personal: Born: September 10, 1984...Parents: Paul
Resquer and Diane Claybaugh...Has one brother, Jordan,
and one sister, Joslen...Favorite Movies: Scarface and Man
on Fire...Favorite Actor: Denzel Washington... Favorite TV
Show: The Wire...Favorite Book: Friday Night Lights...Person
Would Like To Meet: Ty Law...Major: Computer Science.
22       Sophomores


                              A.J.                                                            Ottis
                              Slater                                                          Ueligitone
                              Offensive Line         20                                       Linebacker
                              6-5    300                                                      6-3     245
                              Sophomore                                                       Sophomore
                              Santa Ana, CA                                                   Anaheim, CA
                              Newport Harbor HS (2003)                                        Villa Park HS (2003)
        Skalla at SAC: Appeared in all 10 games as an                     Ueligitone at SAC: Played in all 10 games as a
     offensive lineman as a freshman...Earned second team              freshman for Santa Ana College...Finished third on the
     all-Mission Conference, National Division honors.                 team with 32 tackles...Recorded 20 unassisted tackles
        High School: Was a three-year letter-winner at                 and 24 assisted tackles...Finished second with nine
     Newport Harbor H.S...Was a first team all-league                  tackles for loss (-29)...Broke up one pass and recovered
     selection as a junior and senior...Named to the Daily Pilot       a fumble.
     Dream Team as a junior and senior...Was a two-time                   High School: Lettered in football and track & field at
     offensive lineman of the year honoree...Member of the             Villa Park H.S...Received Coach’s Award.
     1000 lb. Club.                                                       Personal: Born: October 31, 1985...Parents:
        Personal: Born: October 10, 1984...Parents: Joseph             Uaimanga and Janeta Ueligitone...One of five children...
     and Lisa Slater...Has two sisters, Liz and Molly...Favorite       Brothers and sisters include Mildred, Sonny, Natasha
     Movie: Pirates of the Caribbean...Favorite Actor: Johnny          and Lautue...Favorite Movie: 13th Warrior...Favorite
     Depp...Favorite TV Show: Family Guy...Major: Business.            Actor: The Rock...Favorite TV Show: Fresh Prince...
                                                                       Favorite Book: Goosebumps...Least Favorite Food:
                                                                       Tofu...Undecided on major.
                              Thomas
                              Storing                                                         Sam
                              Linebacker
                              5-10    200                                                     Weicks
                              Sophomore                                                       Running Back/Receiver
                              Yorba Linda, CA                                                 5-11   180
                              Esperanza HS (2002)                                             Sophomore
                                                                                              Anaheim, CA
        Storing at SAC: Played in all 10 games as a freshman
                                                                                              Loara HS (2002)
     for Santa Ana College...Finished fifth on the team with
     29 tackles...Tallied 22 unassisted tackles and 14 assisted           High School: Was a three-year letter-winner in
     tackles...Recorded two tackles for loss, both sacks.              football at Loara H.S...Earned honorable mention all-
        High School: Graduated from Esperanza H.S. in                  league honors as a sophomore...Received second team
     2002...Lettered in football, track & field and weightlifting...   all-league recognition as a junior...Was named the
     Finished second at the Junior National Olympics-U.S.              league’s offensive most valuable player as a senior.
     Qualifiers meet.                                                     Personal: Born: May 29, 1984...Parents: Sam and
        Personal: Born: June 4, 1985...Parents: Lynn and               Sherri Weicks...Has three brothers, Josh, Nehemiah and
     Debi Storing...Favorite Movie: The Godfather...Favorite           Elijah...Favorite Actor: Will Smith...Favorite TV Show:
     Actor: John Travolta...Favorite TV Show: Saved By The             Dave Chappelle Show...Favorite Book: Catcher in the
     Bell...Favorite Book: The Outsiders...Favorite Food:              Rye...Undecided on major.
     Nachos...Best Advise Received: The harder you work,
     the harder it is to surrender...Undecided on major.
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                      Reggie                                                      Matt
                      West                                                        Westphal
                      Defensive Line                                              Offensive Line
                      6-0   275                                                   6-0    275
                      Sophomore                                                   Sophomore
                      Norwalk, CA                                                 Anaheim, CA
                      Moreno Valley HS (2002)                                     Anaheim HS (2003)
   West at SAC: Appeared in two games as a freshman          Westphal at SAC: Was an offensive lineman for the
for Santa Ana College...Recorded two unassisted            Santa Ana College football team that finished 5-5 in 2003.
tackles.                                                     High School: Was a three-year letter-winner at
   High School: Was a two-year letter-winner at Moreno     Anaheim H.S.
Valley H.S...Earned all-league defensive line honors and     Personal: Born: March 28, 1985...Parents: Barry and
was a scholar athlete...Named to Principal’s Honor Roll.   Cheryl Westphal...Has one brother, Andy...Favorite
   Personal: Born: November 1, 1984...Parents: Reggie      Movie: Lord of the Rings...Favorite Book: Lord of the
West, Sr. and Mary Callier...Favorite Movie: Orange        Rings...Major: Special Education.
County...Favorite Actor: Denzel Washington...Favorite
TV Show: Best Damn Sports Show...Father played
football and baseball at Santa Ana College in 1977...
Major: Computer Science.




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                             DaShawn                                                      Myles
                             Anderson                                                     Banford
                             Linebacker                     20                            Defensive Back
                             6-0    225                                                   6-1    190
                             Freshman                                                     Freshman
                             Santa Ana, CA                                                Anaheim, CA
                             Gahr HS (1999)                                               Fountain Valley HS (2003)
       High School: Graduated from Gahr H.S. in 1999...               High School: Graduated from Fountain Valley H.S.
     Lettered in football.                                         in 2003...Was a three-year letter-winner in football.
       Personal: Born: January 19, 1981...Parent: Peggy               Personal: Born: February 12, 1984...Parents: Wayne
     Holiday...Has two sisters, Ale and Russena, and two           Johnson and Stephaine Johnson Banford...Major:
     brothers, Ty and Russell...Favorite Movie: Scarface...        Automotive.
     Favorite Actor: Sara Laytin...Favorite TV Show: Simpsons...
     Major: Music.
                                                                                          Steven
                             Ray                                                          Bautista
                                                                                          Offensive Line
                             Andong                                                       6-1    295
                             Linebacker                                                   Freshman
                             6-0    215                                                   Orange, CA
                             Freshman                                                     Mater Dei HS (2003)
                             Santa Ana, CA
                             Mater Dei HS (2004)                      High School: Graduated from Mater Dei H.S. in
                                                                   2003...Was a two-year letter-winner in football...Earned
        High School: Graduated from Mater Dei H.S. in              first team all-league honors as a senior...Was the
     2004...Was a three-year letter-winner in football...Earned    recipient of the John O’Hara Award...Selected as the
     second team all-league honors as a junior...Was a first       14th best lineman by the Los Angeles Times...Played in
     team all-CIF, all-league selection as a senior...Was          the Orange County All-Star game.
     named the Serra League defensive most valuable                   Personal: Born: October 1, 1983...Parents: Arturo
     player...Member of the Honor Roll.                            andd Lucy Bautista...Has one sister, Stephanie...Favorite
        Personal: Born: October 14, 1986...Parents: Carlie         Movie: Scarface...Favorite Actor: Russell Crow...Favorite
     and Evangeline Cordova...Has one sister, Nicolas...           TV Show: Simpsons...Person Most Like To Meet: Ceasar
     Favorite Movie: Varsity Blues...Favorite Actor: Jim           Chavez...Favorite Book: Where the Red Fern
     Carrey...Favorite TV Show: The O.C...Person Most Like         Grows...Major: Business.
     To Meet: Ray Lewis...Best Advice Received: Play like
     there’s no tomorrow...Major: Business.
                                                                                          Jason
                             Glenn                                                        Bovard
                                                                                          Defensive End
                             Ardrey                                                       6-4    250
                             Wide Receiver                                                Freshman
                             6-0     180                                                  Santa Ana, CA
                             Freshman                                                     Mater Dei HS (2004)
                             Santa Ana, CA
                             Foothill HS (2003)                       High School: Graduated from Mater Dei H.S. in
                                                                   2004...Was a two-year letter-winner in football...Earned
       High School: Graduated from Foothill H.S in Santa           second team all-Serra League honors as a junior...Was
     Ana, CA in 2003...Was a two-year letter-winner in football.   a first team all-Serra League selection as a senior.
       Personal: Born: February 2, 1985...Parent: Tanya
     Ardrey.
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  Personal: Born: December 6, 1985...Parents: Joseph
and Sheila Marie Bovard...Has one brother, John and
                                                                                      Lafe
two sisters, Stephanie and Stacy...Favorite Movie: Dumb                               Chapman
and Dumber...Favorite Actors: Jack Black and Will
Ferrell...Favorite TV Show: American Chopper...Least                                  Running Back
Favorite Food: Vegetables...Major: Fire Science.                                      5-7    170
                                                                                      Freshman
                        Dominik                                                       Newport Beach, CA
                                                                                      Wasilla HS (AK) (2002)
                        Bronowicki
                                                                  High School: Graduated from Wasilla H.S. (Alaska)
                        Punter/Place Kicker                    in 2002.
                        6-1    200                                Personal: Born: June 17, 1983...Parents: William and
                        Freshman                               April Chapman...Has four brother and sisters, Luke,
                        Huntington Beach, CA                   Judge, Jordan, Jullian...Favorite Movie: Van Wilder...
                                                               Favorite TV Show: That ‘70s Show...Favorite Food: Fried
                        Edison HS (2004)
                                                               Chicken...Undecided on major.
   High School: Graduated from Huntington Beach H.S.
in 2004...Was a three-year letter-winner in football...
Played on two Sunset League championship teams and
                                                                                      Colin
one CIF runner-up team.                                                               Chase
   Personal: Born: December 31, 1985...Parents: Stan
and Joanna Bronowicki...Has one sister, Nalinne...                                    Wide Receiver
Favorite Movie: Heat...Favorite Actor: Denzel                                         6-0   190
Washington...Favorite Food: Brownies...Least Favorite                                 Freshman
Food: Celery...Major: Business.                                                       Orange, CA
                                                                                      El Modena HS (2004)
                        Ryan                                      High School: Graduated from El Modena H.S. in
                        Cerda                                  2004...Was a two-year letter-winner in football...Lettered
                                                               in baseball...Earned second team all-league team
                        Defensive Back                         offensive playerof the year as a senior.
                        5-11     180                              Personal: Born: February 25, 1985...Parents: Richard
                        Freshman                               and Dianne Topf...Has two brothers, Max and Nate...
                        Whittier, CA                           Favorite Movie: Happy Gilmore...Favorite TV Show:
                                                               Simpsons...Undecided on major.
                        La Habra HS (2003)
  High School: Graduated with honors from La Habra
H.S. in 2003...Was a two-year letter-winner in football
and a one-year letter-winner in track and field as a senior.
  Personal: Born: March 30, 1985...Parents: Raul and
Caryn Cerda...Has one brother, Matt...Favorite Movie:
Point Break...Favorite Actor: Sean Penn...Favorite TV
Show: The ‘70s Show...Favorite Book: Brave New
World...Least Favorite Food: Meat Loaf...Undecided on
major.




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                            Thomas                                                       Richard
                            Christian                                                    Correa
                            Defensive Back           20                                  Running Back
                            5-8    165                                                   5-9   170
                            Freshman                                                     Freshman
                            Long Beach, CA                                               La Habra, CA
                            L. B. Polytechnic HS (2003)                                  La Habra HS (2004)
        Christian at SAC: Played in 25 of Santa Ana College’s       High School: Graduated from La Habra H.S. in
     men’s basketball games last year...Averaged 5.6 points       2004...Lettered in football and baseball...Earned all-
     per game and grabbed 2.4 rebounds per outing...Was           Freeway League honors...Named to school’s honor roll.
     second on the team with 50 assists...Had a team-high           Personal: Born: December 13, 1985...Parents:
     34 steals.                                                   Richard and Natalie Correa...Favorite Movie: Dumb and
        High School: Graduated from Long Beach                    Dumber...Favorite Actor: Denzel Washington...Favorite
     Polytechnic H.S. in 2003...Was a four-year letter-winner     Food: Fetuccini Alfredo...Person Most Like To Meet:
     in basketball and a two-year letter-winner in football...    Barry Sanders...Best Advice Received: Never give up
     Earned basketball team’s defensive player of the year        on your dreams...Major: Fire Science.
     honors as a freshman, sophomore and junior.
        Personal: Born: December 24, 1984...Parents:
     Thomas and Alma Christian...Has one sister,                                         Nathan
     Cheymondra and one brother, Antwan...Favorite Movie:
     Bad Boys II...Favorite Actor: Chris Tucker...Favorite TV
                                                                                         Dedic
     Show: Simpsons...Favorite Food: Pizza...Least Favorite                              Defensive Back
     Food: Liver...Best Player Competed Againist: Lebron                                 6-4    215
     James...Undecided on major.                                                         Freshman
                                                                                         Yorba Linda, CA
                            Austin                                                       Valencia HS (2003)
                            Collett                                  High School: Graduated from La Habra H.S. in 2003..
                            Defensive End                         Was a three-year letter-winner in football and a two-year
                                                                  letter-winner in basketball...Was an all-league selection
                            6-4     240
                                                                  in football...Earned team’s defensive player of the year
                            Freshman                              honors...Received scholar-athlete recognition.
                            Orange, CA                               Personal: Born: July 12, 1985...Parents: John and
                            Villa Park HS (2004)                  Debbie Dedic...Has two sisters, Annie and Erin...Favorite
                                                                  Movie: Band of Brothers...Favorite Food: BBQ Ribs...
        High School: Graduated with honors from Villa Park        Least Favorite Food: Spam...Favorite Book: 1984...
     H.S. in 2004...Was a two-year letter-winner in               Undecided on major.
     football...Earned first team all-league and all-CIF honors
     as a senior...Received Iron Man Award....Won first place
     at science fair as a freshman.
        Personal: Born: July 20, 1986...Parents: Dan and
     Tara Collett...Has two sisters, Chelsey and Danee...
     Favorite Movie: I Spy...Favorite Actor: Owen Wilson...
     Favorite Food: Pizza...Favorite Book: That Was Then,
     This Is Now...Person Who Most Influenced My Life: little
     sister Danee...Major: Business.
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                                                                  High School: Graduated from Sylmar H.S. in
                        James                                  2001...Was a three-year letter-winner in football and
                        Dolas                                  earned a letter in track & field.
                                                                  Personal: Born: December 26, 1982...Parents: Albert
                        Defensive End                          and Victoria Duplessis...Has one brother, Brent and three
                        6-3    230                             sisters, Virginia, Samantha and Nikki...Favorite Movies:
                        Freshman                               Scarface and The Program...Favorite Actor: Lorenz Tate...
                        Los Alamitos, CA                       Favorite Book: The Bible...Favorite Food: Tacos...Person
                                                               Most Like To Meet: Malcom X...Undecided on major.
                        Los Alamitos HS (2004)
  High School: Graduated from Los Alamitos H.S. in                                    Mike
2004...Lettered in football and basketball...Was an all-
Sunset League selection as a junior and senior...                                     Edwards
Received Merit Award and was Army’s National Scholar-
Athlete Award winner.
                                                                                      Wide Receiver
  Personal: Born: January 4, 1986...Parents: Chris and                                5-8     140
Helen Dolas...Favorite Movie: Dumb and Dumber...                                      Freshman
Favorite Actor: Will Ferrell...Favorite TV Show: Simpsons...                          Irvine, CA
Least Favorite Food: Beets...Person Most Like To Meet:
                                                                                      Irvine HS (2004)
Michael Jordan..Major: Fire Science.
                                                                  High School: Graduated from Irvine H.S. in 2004...Was
                                                               a three-year letter-winner in football and track & field.
                        Pat                                       Personal: Born: February 25, 1986...Parents: Randy
                        Donovan                                and Nanette Edwards...Favorite Movie: Van Wilder...
                                                               Favorite TV Show: Famly Guy...Favoirte Book: Ender’s
                        Running Back                           Game...Least Favorite Food: Seafood...Person Most Like
                        6-0    200                             To Meet: Jerry Rice...Major: Business.
                        Freshman
                        Orange, CA                                                    Andrew
                        Servite HS (2004)
                                                                                      Esquivel
   High School: Graduated from Servite H.S. in 2004...
Lettered in football and track & field...Named track &
                                                                                      Defensive Back
field team’s most valuable player.                                                    5-10    175
   Personal: Born: January 11, 1985...Parents: Dan and                                Freshman
Debbie Donovan...Favorite Movie: We Were Soldiers...                                  La Habra, CA
Favorite Actor: Mel Gibson...Favorite Book: Red Storm
                                                                                      La Habra HS (2004)
Rising...Favorite Food: Pizza...Person Most Like To
Meet: Michael Collins...Major: Criminal Justice.                  High School: Graduated from La Habra H.S. in 2004...
                                                               Was a member of the 2002 and 2003 CIF Division IX
                                                               Championship team.
                        Chris                                     Personal: Born: May 19, 1986...Parents: Robert and
                        Duplessis                              Yvonne Esquivel...Has one sister, Valerie...Favorite Food:
                                                               Chicken...Least Favorite Food: Spinach...Person Most
                        Wide Receiver                          Like To Meet: Marshall Faulk...Major: Medicine.
                        6-2   180
                        Freshman
                        Anaheim, CA
                        Sylmar HS (2001)
   Duplessis at SAC: Was a member of the 2004 Santa
Ana College men’s track & field team...Ran on the 4x100
relay team that had a season best time of 43.14 at the
Mt. SAC Relays...Finished fourth in the triple jump at the
Orange Empire Conference Finals with a leap of 43’ 3 1/4.”




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                                                                   Emma, and one brother, Franky...Favorite Movie: A Man
                             Ryan                                  Apart...Favorite TV Show: Fresh Prince...Person Most
                             Formento                              Like To Meet: Shaquille O’Neal...Major: Criminal Justice.
                             Offensive Line                 20
                             6-0     265                                                   Curtis
                             Freshman                                                      Gladden
                             Orange, CA
                                                                                           Place Kicker
                             Villa Park HS (2004)
                                                                                           6-0     170
         High School: Graduated from Villa Park H.S. in                                    Freshman
     2004...Was a three-year letter-winner in football...Named                             Garden Grove, CA
     first team all-Century League, first team all-region by Los
                                                                                           Pacifica HS (2004)
     Angeles Times, first team all-CIF Division VI and second
     team all-county by Orange County Register.                       High School: Graduated from Pacifica H.S. in 2004...
         Personal: Born: April 8, 1986...Parents: Eric Formento    Was a three-year letter-winner in soccer and vollyeball
     and Belen Quintanar...Has two sisters, Lauren and             and a two-year letter-winner in football...Named first team
     Isabel...Favorite Movie: The Last Samouri...Favorite          all-CIF in football as a junior and senior... Earned second
     Actor: Edward Norton...Major: Kinesiology.                    team all-CIF honors in soccer his senior year...
                                                                   Recognized as Garden Grove athlete of the year and
                                                                   Pacifica athletic of the year.
                             Saul                                     Personal: Born: February 1, 1986...Parents: Charles
                             Fuentes                               and Anita Gladden...Has two brothers, Nick and Alex...
                                                                   Favorite Movie: DodgeBall...Favorite TV Show: Pimp My
                             Offensive Line                        Ride...Favorite Actor: Adam Sadler...Person Most Like
                             6-1    250                            To Meet: Norm Johnson...Best Advice For Kids:
                             Freshman                              Tomorrow isn’t promised, so do today what you would
                             Garden Grove, CA                      do tomorrow...Favorite Food: Ice Cream...Least Favorite
                                                                   Food: Sushi...Undecided on major.
                             Garden Grove HS (2004)
       High School: Graduated from Garden Grove H.S. in                                    Ryan
     2004...Letter in football.
       Personal: Born: July 13, 1985...Parents: Fred and                                   Halbasch
     Arcenia Fuentes...Has one brother, Simon, who is the
     quarterbacks’ coach for Santa Ana College, and one sister,
                                                                                           Offensive Line
     Michelle...Favorite Movie: Swingers...Favorite Actor: Al                              6-4     280
     Pacino...Favorite TV Show: Family Guy... Favorite Food:                               Freshman
     Chicken...Least Favorite Food: Olives... Person Most Like                             Orange, CA
     To Meet: Mike Alstott...Undecided on major.
                                                                                           Villa Park HS (2004)
                                                                     High School: Graduated from Villa Park H.S. in 2004...
                             Carlos                                Lettered in football...Was a member of the 800 lb. Club
                             Garcia                                as a sophomore, 900 lb. Club as a junior and 1,000 lb.
                                                                   Club as a senior.
                             Offensive Line                          Personal: Born: April 28, 1985...Parents: Phil and
                             6-2    280                            Cindi Halbasch...Has two brothers, Philp and Erik...
                             Freshman                              Favorite Movie: The Stand...Favorite TV Show: Saved
                             Santa Ana, CA                         By The Bell...Favorite Book: War of the Worlds... Favorite
                                                                   Food: Chicken...Least Favorite Food: Liver... Undecided
                             Santiago HS (2003)
                                                                   on major.
       High School: Graduated from Santiago H.S. in 2003...
     Played football all four years of high school.
       Personal: Born: September 13, 1985...Parents:
     Carlos and Emma Garcia...Has two sisters, Daniela and




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                        Jake                                                          Steve
                        Hammond                                                       Heller
                        Wide Receiver                                                 Wide Receiver
                        5-7     175                                                   6-0     190
                        Freshman                                                      Freshman
                        Whittier, CA                                                  Garden Grove, CA
                        La Habra HS (2003)                                            Pacifica HS (2004)
  High School: Graduated from La Habra H.S. in                    High School: Graduated from Pacifica H.S. in 2004...
2003...Played on the 2003 CIF championship team.               Was a three-year letter-winner in football...Lettered in
  Personal: Born: December 11, 1985...Parents: John            track & field...Was a first team all-league and first team
and Sandra Hammond...Has one sister, Marisa, and one           all-CIF selection as a junior and senior...Named team’s
brother, Brian...Favorite Movie: Goodfellas...Favorite TV      most valuable player as a senior.
Show: Family Guy...Favorite Actor: Ben Stiller...Person           Personal: Born: February 14, 1986...Parents: Larry
Most Like To Meet: Jimi Hendrix...Favorite Food: Pizza...      and Risa Heller...Has one brother, Brett...Favorite Movie:
Major: Liberal Arts.                                           DodgeBall...Favorite TV Show: Family Guy...Favorite
                                                               Actor: Johnny Depp...Favorite Food: Pizza...Least
                                                               Favorite Food: Onions...Person Most Like To Meet: Ray
                        David                                  Lewis...Undecided on major.
                        Heller
                        Defensive Back                                                Bryan
                        6-0     185                                                   Hernandez
                        Freshman                                                      Linebacker
                        Garden Grove, CA                                              5-9     205
                        Pacifica HS (2003)                                            Freshman
   High School: Graduated from Pacifica H.S. in 2003...                               Villa Park, CA
Was a four-year letter-winner in baseball and three-year                              Katella HS (2004)
letter-winner in football...Earned all-league honors in
baseball all four years...Named second team all-CIF as            High School: Graduated from Katella H.S. in 2004...
a senior...Was a two-time all-league performer in              Was a three-year letter-winner in football... Lettered in
football...Named to all-CIF team...Selected as team’s          wrestling as a senior...Was named team’s defensive
defensive player of the year.                                  player of the year as a sophomore and senior... Received
   Personal: Born: July 17, 1985...Parents: Jack and Lori      second team all-league honors following his junior and
Heller...Has one sister, Kortene and one brother, Mike...      senior seasons.
Attended Fullerton College before coming to Santa Ana             Personal: Born: August 7, 1986...Parents: Hugo and
College...Favorite Movie: Armageddon... Favorite TV            Beatriz Hernadez...Has three brothers, Emmanuel, Adam
Show: Sports Center...Favorite Actor: Will Ferrell...          and Xavier...Favorite Movie: Gladiator...Favorite TV
Favorite Food: Pizza...Least Favorite Food: Spinach...         Show: Simpsons...Favorite Actor: Chris Farley... Favorite
Person Most Like To Meet: Michael Jordan... Best Advice        Book: The Giver...Person Most Like To Meet: Ray Lewis...
Received: A life lived in fear is a life half lived...Major:   Undecided on major.
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                             Mike                                                         Charles
                             Hernandez                                                    Hughes
                             Linebacker                     20                            Wide Receiver
                             5-9     220                                                  6-1   185
                             Freshman                                                     Freshman
                             Anaheim, CA                                                  Compton, CA
                             Katella HS (2003)                                            Washington Prep HS (2001)
        High School: Graduated from Katella H.S. in                   High School: Graduated from Washington Prep H.S.
     2003...Was a three-year letter-winner in football.            in 2001.
        Personal: Born: October 4, 1985...Parent: Sarina              Personal: Born: January 27, 1983...Parents: Charles
     Cardenas...Has two sisters, Leilani and Serene, and two       Hughes and Phyllis Roundtree...Has three sisters, Phyllis,
     brothers, Hugo and Tommy...Favorite Movie:                    Marenda and Nicole, and one brother, Cory... Favorite
     Casino...Favorite TV Show: The ‘70s Show...Favorite           Movie: Sherek II...Favorite TV Show: Simpsons...Favorite
     Actor: John Travolta...Favorite Food: Ceviche...Least         Actor: Denzel Washington...Favorite Book: The
     Favorite Food: Pasta...Person Most Like To Meet: the          Maintenance Man...Person Most Like To Meet: Marvin
     late Chick Hearn...Undecided on major.                        Harrison...Best Advice Received: We fall down, but we
                                                                   have to get up...Major: Communications and History.

                             Brandon
                                                                                          Omar
                             Holiwell
                             Running Back                                                 Ibarra
                             5-8    190                                                   Linebacker
                             Freshman                                                     5-11   200
                             Cerritos, CA                                                 Freshman
                             Cerritos HS (2004)                                           La Habra, CA
                                                                                          La Habra HS (2003)
        High School: Graduated with honors from Cerritos
     H.S. in 2004...Was a four-year letter-winner in football...      High School: Graduated from La Habra H.S. in
     Was a second team all-Suburban League selection as a          2003...Was a two-year letter-winner in football...Received
     junior and a first team all-Suburban League honoree as        first team all-Freeway League honors as a senior...
     a senior...Named to Long Beach Press-Telegram Dream           Named all-CIF Division IX team as a senior.
     Team following senior season...Was team’s most                   Personal: Born: January 19, 1985...Parents: Alfred
     valuable player following his final campaign.                 and Maria Ibarra...Has three brothers, Eddie, Gabe,
        Personal: Born: October 10, 1985...Parents: Brian          Alfonso and Julio...Favorite Movie: Rocky...Favorite TV
     and Veverly Holiwell...Has one sister, Leah...Favorite        Show: ESPN Sports Center...Favorite Actor: Robert
     Movie: Any Given Sunday...Favorite TV Show: Dave              DeNiro...Favorite Book: Hamlet...Person Most Like To
     Chappelle Show...Favorite Actor: Mike Epps...Favorite         Meet: Mike Vick...The Best Advice For Children: Be
     Food: Pork Chops...Least Favorite Food: Broccoli...           yourself...Undecided on major.
     Person Most Like To Meet: the late Walter Payton...Major:
     Liberal Arts.




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                       Kaleo                                                        Sean
                       Igarta                                                       Martinez
                       Running Back                                                 Offensive Line
                       5-10   155                                                   6-2    300
                       Freshman                                                     Freshman
                       La Habra, CA                                                 Placentia, CA
                       La Habra HS (2003)                                           Canyon HS (2004)
  High School: Graduated from La Habra H.S. in                 High School: Graduated from Canyon H.S. in 2004...
2003...Lettered in football and basketball...Was a three-   Was a four-year letter-winner in football...Also lettered
year starter in football.                                   in track & field, basketball and wrestling...Played varsity
  Personal: Born: July 10, 1985...Parents: Kimo and         football all four years...Named team’s most valuable
Rose Igarta...Has one sister, Malia, and one brother,       defensive lineman as a sophomore and junior...Was
Bryson..Favorite Movie: Once Were Warriors...Favorite       team’s most valuable player as a senior in football and
TV Show: North Shore...Person Who Has Influenced Me         track & field...Was league champion in track & field...
The Most: My father...Major: Criminal Justice.              Named to school’s honor roll as a senior.
                                                               Personal: Born: July 5, 1984...Parents: Charles and
                                                            Sissy Martinez...One of eight children...Favorite Movie:
                       Tony                                 Hook...Favorite TV Show: Six Feet Under...Favorite
                                                            Actor: Johnny Depp...Favorite Book: To Kill A
                       Kulp                                 Mockingbird...Favorite Food: Steak and mashed
                       Defensive Back                       potatoes...Least Favorite Food: Pickles...The Best
                       5-9   185                            Advice For Children: Believe in yourself...Major: Criminal
                       Freshman                             Justice.
                       Orange, CA
                       El Modena HS (2004)                                          Brian
  High School: Graduated from El Modena H.S. in                                     McHugh
2004...Was a two-year letter-winner in football.                                    Offensive Line
  Personal: Born: November 11, 1986...Parents: Robert                               5-11    290
and Kathleen Kulp...Favorite Movie: Pulp Fiction...
                                                                                    Freshman
Favorite Actor: Will Smith...Favorite Book: Breaking
Boxes...Person Most Like To Meet: Ricky Williams...                                 Orange, CA
Major: Criminal Justice.                                                            Mater Dei HS (2004)
                                                              High School: Graduated from Mater Dei H.S. in
                       Kyle                                 2004...Was a two-year letter-winner in football...Earned
                                                            second team all-Serra League honors as a senior.
                       Lodge                                  Personal: Born: January 24, 1986...Parents: Michael
                       Wide Receiver                        and Charmaine McHugh...Has one brother, Sean...
                       5-11    170                          Favorite Movie: Super Troopers...Favorite TV Show:
                                                            Family Guy...Favorite Actor: Johnny Depp...Favorite
                       Freshman                             Book: Lord of the Rings...Favorite Food: Steak...Least
                       Huntington Beach, CA                 Favorite Food: Vegetables...Person Most Like To Meet:
                       Huntington Beach HS (2004)           Chris Farley...Undecided on major.

   High School: Graduated from Huntington Beach H.S.
in 2004...Was a three-year letter-winner in football.
   Personal: Born: October 28, 1985...Parents:
Roosevelt and Carol Lodge...Has one brother, Terry, and
two sisters, Julie and Melissa...Favorite Movie: Training
Day...Favorite TV Show: Dave Chappelle Show...Favorite
Actor: Denzel Washington...Favorite Book: The Da Vinci
Code...Favorite Food: Fried Chicken...Person Most Like
To Meet: Jerry Rice...Major: Business.
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                            Joe                                                          Anthony
                            Monsoor                                                      Muro
                            Tight End              20                                    Defensive Line
                            6-3    225                                                   5-11    290
                            Freshman                                                     Freshman
                            Garden Grove, CA                                             Garden Grove, CA
                            Garden Grove HS (2003)                                       Santiago HS (2004)
        High School: Graduated from Garden Grove H.S. in           High School: Graduated from Santiago H.S. in 2004.
     2003...Lettered in football and basketball...Was an all-      Personal: Born: September 21, 1985...Parents:
     league selection in football as a senior...Named team’s     Anthony Muro and Sara Silva...Has one sister, Jessica...
     defensive player of the year...Was an all-league honoree    Favorite Food: Mexican...Undecided on major.
     in basketball his junior and senior seasons...Named to
     the school’s honor roll all four years.
        Personal: Born: October 21, 1984...Parents: George                               Keoma
     and Sally Monsoor...Has one sister, Sara, and two
     brothers, Jim and Mike...Favorite Movie: Rudy...Favorite
                                                                                         Njemanze
     Actor: Brad Pitt...Favorite Food: Chicken...Person Most                             Running Back
     Like To Meet: Larry Bird...Undecided on major.                                      5-7   160
                                                                                         Freshman
                            Daniel                                                       Anaheim, CA
                                                                                         Anahiem HS (2004)
                            Morales
                            Quarterback                             High School: Graduated from Anaheim H.S. in
                                                                 2004...Was a three-year letter-winner in football...Also
                            6-1    190
                                                                 lettered twice in track & field and once in basketball...Was
                            Freshman                             team’s offensive player of the year in 2002.
                            La Habra, CA                            Personal: Born: August 9, 1985...Parents: Richard
                            La Habra HS (2004)                   and Susan Njemanze...Has three brothers and sisters,
                                                                 Wawi, Ikenna and Richard...Favorite Movie: Coming To
        High School: Graduated from La Habra H.S. in             America...Favorite Actors: Denzel Washington and
     2004...Lettered in football and baseball...Led La Habra     Morgan Freeman...Favorite Book: Antwan Fisher...
     to two CIF Division IX Championships in football...Was      Favorite Food: Chapati and Beef Stew...Least Favorite
     a two-time All-CIF Division IX and Freeway League most      Food: Mushrooms...Major: Psychology.
     valuable player and two time all-Area Division IX player
     of the year selection...Named Heritage of the America’s
     Best Athlete...Batted .360 and received all-league honors                           Stephen
     in baseball as a sophomore...Batted .380 as a
     junior...Batted .450 and garnered all-league and best
                                                                                         Olsen
     hitter honors as a senior.                                                          Place Kicker
        Personal: Born: November 30, 1985...Parents: Robert                              5-11     160
     and Lorraine Morales...Has three brothers, Robert,                                  Freshman
     Michael and Chris...Favorite Movie: Gladiator...Favorite
     TV Show: Fresh Prince...Favorite Book: To Kill a
                                                                                         Orange, CA
     Mockingbird...Favorite Food: Lasagna...Person Most                                  Villa Park HS (2004)
     Like To Meet: Joe Montana...Major: Liberal Arts.
                                                                   High School: Graduated from Villa Park H.S. in
                                                                 2004...Was a three-year letter-winner in football...Earned
                                                                 honorable mention all-CIF honors as a junior and senior.
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  Personal: Born: April 22, 1985...Parents: Robert and
Susan Olsen...Has two brothers, Brian and Michael, and
                                                                                   Rory
one sister, Kristin...Favorite TV Show: Simpsons...                                Schoonmaker
Favorite Book: Purpose Driven Life..Favorite Food:
Steak...Least Favorite Food: Fish...Undecided on major.                            Quarterback
                                                                                   5-11    175
                                                                                   Freshman
                       Finas                                                       Huntington Beach, CA
                       Rabb                                                        Huntington Beach HS (2004)
                       Wide Receiver                            High School: Graduated with honors from Huntington
                       6-6   195                             Beach H.S. in 2004...Was a two-year letter-winner in
                       Freshman                              football...Was a two-time Academic Tower Award
                       Orange, CA                            Nominee.
                                                                Personal: Born: November 27, 1985...Parents: Daniel
                       El Modena HS (2002)
                                                             and Debbie Schoonmaker...One of three brothers...
   Rabb at SAC: Was a member of the Santa Ana College        Person Who Has Influenced Me The Most: My father...
men’s basketball team in 2003-04...Averaged 3.8 points       Best Advice Received: Success demands the singleness
per game and 4.8 rebounds for the Dons...Blocked 13          of purpose...Undecided on major.
shots...Played in all 26 games...Started 13.
   High School: Graduated from El Modena H.S. in 2002.
   Personal: Born: August 2, 1984...Parents: Finas Rabb,
                                                                                   Jamin
Jr. and Tammy Stovall...Has one brother, Justin...Favorite                         Shepard
TV Show: Dave Chappelle Show... Favorite Actor: Denzel
Washington...Least Favorite Food: Brussel sprouts...                               Wide Receiver
Person Most Like To Meet: Grandmother...Major: Business.                           5-9   155
                                                                                   Freshman
                       Trent                                                       La Habra, CA
                                                                                   La Habra HS (2004)
                       Sakioka
                                                                High School: Graduated from La Habra H.S. in
                       Wide Receiver                         2004...Lettered in football and track & field.
                       5-10      160                            Personal: Born: July 17, 1986...Parents: David and
                       Freshman                              Timaree Diaz...Has three brothers and sisters, Jade,
                       Whittier, CA                          David and Ireland...Favorite Movie: Loaded Weapon...
                                                             Favorite TV Show: Family Guy...Favorite Book: Black
                       La Habra HS (2004)
                                                             Like Me...Favorite Food: Lobster...Least Favorite Food:
  High School: Graduated from La Habra H.S. in               Oysters...Undecided on major.
2004...Was a three-year letter-winner in football and
soccer and a two-year letter-winner in track & field...
Earned first team all-league, all-CIF, all-area honors...
                                                                                   Josh
Was named the most valuable player of the 605 All-Star                             Slaton
game.
  Personal: Born: July 8, 1986...Parents: Stan and                                 Defensive Back
Candace Sakioka...Has four brothers and sisters,                                   5-10    180
Geoffrey, Kourtney, Sammy and Corbin...Favorite Movie:                             Freshman
Dumb and Dumber...Favorite Actor: Adam Sandler...                                  Huntington Beach, CA
Favorite TV Show: Pimp My Ride...Favorite Food:
                                                                                   Edison HS (2002)
Steak...Major: Fire Science.
                                                               High School: Graduated from Edison H.S. in 2002...
                       Nick                                  Lettered in football.
                                                               Personal: Born: July 18, 1984...Parents: John and
                       Sakowicz                              Lisa Slaton...Has three brothers, Tyler, Jacob and
                                                             Christian...His brother, Tyler, is also a member of the
                       Defensive Back                        Santa Ana College football team...Favorite Movie: The
                       5-7   165                             Warriors...Favorite Actor: Mel Gibson...Favorite TV
                       Freshman                              Show: The O.C...Favorite Book: The Bible...Favorite
                       Orange, CA                            Food: Steak and ribs...Best Advice For Children: Be the
                                                             best you can be...Major: Fire Science.
                       Orange HS (2003)
   High School: Graduated from Orange H.S. in
2003...Lettered in football, wrestling, swimming and track
& field...Was a scholar-athlete.
   Personal: Born: December 2, 1985...Parents: Michael
and Judith Sakowicz...Has three sisters, Juliana, Kristina
and Kim...Favorite Movie: School of Rock...Favorite
Actors: Jean-Claude Van Damme and Wil Smith...
Favorite Book: Huckleberry Finn...Favorite TV Show:
American Choppers...Least Favorite Food: Sushi...
Person Most Like To Meet: Smokey Robinson...Major:
Music or Graphic Design.
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                            Tyler                                                        Mike
                            Slaton                                                       Swanson
                            Quarterback                   20                             Defensive End
                            6-0    195                                                   6-0    235
                            Freshman                                                     Freshman
                            Huntington Beach, CA                                         Yorba Linda, CA
                            Edison HS (2004)                                             Esperanza HS (2003)
        High School: Graduated from Edison H.S. in 2004...           High School: Graduated from Esperanza H.S. in
     Lettered in football...Was captain of team...Received the   2003...Was a three-year letter-winner in football and track
     Principal Award.                                            & field.
        Personal: Born: May 13, 1986...Parents: John and             Personal: Born: August 7, 1984...Parents: Mark and
     Lisa Slaton...Has three brothers, Josh, Jacob and           Camille Swanson...Has one brother, David, and one
     Christian...His brother, Josh, is also a member of the      sister, Michelle...Favorite Movie: The Godfather
     Santa Ana College football team...Favorite Movie: Varsity   II...Favorite Actor: Edward Norton...Favorite TV Show:
     Blue...Favorite Actor: Denzel Washington...Favorite TV      Simpsons...Favorite Food: Pizza...Least Favorite Food:
     Show: Method and Red...Favorite Book: The                   Calamari...Favorite Book: My Life by Bill Clinton...
     Bleachers...Favorite Food: Hamburger...Person Most          Undecided on major.
     Like To Meet: Mike Vick...Major: Education.

                                                                                         Anthony
                            Jacob
                                                                                         Torres
                            Smith                                                        Running Back
                            Wide Receiver                                                5-7   165
                            6-2    195                                                   Freshman
                            Freshman                                                     La Habra, CA
                            Newport Beach, CA                                            La Habra HS (2004)
                            Wasilla HS (AK) (2001)
                                                                   High School: Graduated from La Habra H.S. in
        High School: Graduated from Wasilla H.S. (Alaska)        2004...Lettered in football and track & field....Member of
     in 2001...Was a two-year letter-winner in football and      the Principal’s List and Honor Roll.
     track & field.                                                Personal: Born: March 21, 1986...Parents: Alan
        Personal: Born: October 14, 1982...Parents: Kenney       Torres and Yolanda Cortez...Favorite Movie: Dumb and
     Smith and Raven Mosher...Has two sisters, Amber and         Dumber...Favorite Actor: Owen Wilson...Favorite TV
     Shelly, and one brother, Kenney...Favorite Movie:           Show: Family Guy...Favorite Food: Carne asada
     Tombstone...Favorite Actor: Bruce Willis...Favorite TV      burritos...Least Favorite Food: Fish...Favorite Book:
     Show: Deadwood...Favorite Book: Jurassic Park...            Farenheit 451...Person Most Like To Meet: James
     Favorite Food: Steak...Least Favorite Food: Onions...       Brown...Major: Engineering.
     Person Most Like To Meet: Barry Sanders..Major:
     Education.
                                                                                         Jared
                            Mark                                                         Zimmerman
                                                                                         Offensive Line
                            Spears                                                       6-5    260
                            Defensive Back                                               Freshman
                            6-1   195                                                    Placentia, CA
                            Freshman                                                     Canyon HS (2004)
                            Newport Beach, CA
                            Newport Harbor HS (2003)                High School: Graduated from Canyon H.S. in 2004...
                                                                 Was a three-year letter-winner in football...Also lettered
        High School: Graduated from Newport Harbor H.S.          in track & field...Was an honorable mention all-Century
     in 2003...Was a two-year letter-winner in soccer...Earned   League selection as a junior and senior...Named track
     first team all-Seaview League honors as a senior...         & field team’s shotput and discus most valuable player.
     Selected as team’s most valuable player.                       Personal: Born: October 23, 1985...Parents: Larry
        Personal: Born: August 17, 1985...Parents: Peter ad      Zimmerman and Kim McMullen...Has one brother,
     Lisa Ann Clayton...Favorite Movie: Gladiator...Favorite     Dawson, and one sister, Brittany...Favorite Actor: Jim
     Actor: Edward Norton...Favorite TV Show: Reno 911...        Carrey...Least Favorite Food: Calamari...Major: History.
     Favorite Food: Salmon and mashed potatoes...Played
     one year of soccer at Orange Coast College...Major: Fire
     Science.
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              Los Angeles Pierce                                                    Santa Monica

          Sept. 4, 1:00 at Santa Ana Bowl                      20      Sept. 11, 7:00 at Corsair Stadium

     GENERAL INFORMATION                                            GENERAL INFORMATION
     Address: 6201 Winnetka Ave.                                    Address: 1900 Pico Blvd.
     Woodland Hills, CA 91371                                       Santa Monica, CA 90405
     Telephone: (818) 719-6421                                      Telephone: (310) 434-4311
     Athletic Director: Bob Lyons                                   Interim Athletic Director: Robert Taylor
     Nickname: Brahma Bulls                                         Nickname: Corsairs
     Colors: Scarlet & White                                        Colors: Blue & White
     Conference: Western State, Pacific Division                    Conference: Western State, Pacific Division
     Stadium: Shepard Stadium (5,000)                               Stadium: Corsair Stadium (10,000)
     Press Box Phone: (NA)                                          Press Box Phone: (NA)


     FOOTBALL INFORMATION                                           FOOTBALL INFORMATION
     Head Coach: David Banuelos (5th season)                        Head Coach: Robert Taylor
     Record at School: 10-30 (.250)                                 Record at School: (NA)
     Football Phone: (818) 719-6415                                 Football Phone: (310) 434-4309


     SPORTS INFORMATION STAFF                                       SPORTS INFORMATION STAFF
     Sports Information Director: Not Available                     Sports Information Director: Not Available
     SID Phone: Not Available                                       SID Phone: Not Available
     SID Fax: (818) 710-2518                                        SID Fax: Not Available
     ID E-Mail: Not Available                                       SID E-Mail: Not Available


     2003 Results                                                   2003 Results
     2-8 Overall; 1-6 WSC North                                     7-4 Overall; 6-1 WSC South
      L    Santa Ana ..................................... 19-35     L   Southwestern ................................ 13-28
      L    at Antelope Valley ......................... 29-32        L   at Santa Ana ................................. 21-28
      L    at Canyons .................................... 24-48     W at West Los Angeles ..................... 47-14
      L    Moorpark ....................................... 14-42    W Citrus ............................................ 46-21
      L    at Ventura ..................................... 12-17    L   Los Angles Harbor ........................ 17-21
      W    East Los Angeles .......................... 37-34         W at Santa Barbara ......................... 24-14
      L    Allan Hancock ................................. 0-34      W Compton ......................................... 24-0
      L    Bakersfield .................................... 20-49    W Los Angeles Southwest ................ 23-21
      L    Santa Barbara ............................... 20-39       W atGlendale .................................... 31-14
      W    at Los Angeles Valley ................... 38-29           W at East Los Angeles ........................ 61-0
                                                                     L * Fullerton .......................................... 7-45
     Series: Los Angeles Pierce leads 6-3-0                          *   Us Bank Bank Beach Bowl

     Notes: Dartangan Johnson rushed 32 times for                   Series: Santa Ana leads 12-2-0
     140 yards and three touchdowns as Santa Ana
     downed Los Angeles Pierce, 35-19, in last year’s               Notes: Santa Ana improved is overall record to
     season opener. It was the first meeting between                12-2 against Santa Monica with a 28-21 come-
     the two teams in 27 years. The Brahma Bulls won                from-behind win. It was the first meeting between
     the previous meeting, 28-7. The Dons overcame                  the two teams since 1983 when the Corsairs beat
     an early 7-0 deficit to come away with the win.                the Dons, 14-7. The Dons won the first 11
     Last year’s opening day win was only Santa                     meetings between the two teams as they played
     Ana’s second in 10 seasons.                                    nine times from 1937 to 1949. Prior to last year’s
                                                                    win Santa Ana had dropped two straight to Santa
     Recent Pro Players:                                            Monica. In the first six meetings between the two
     Rodney Williams, WR, Oakland Raiders (’98)                     schools from 1937 to 1942, the Dons outscored
                                                                    Santa Monica 163-12. Dartangan Johnson
     Erik Kramer, QB, Atlanta Falcons (’87), Detroit
                                                                    continued his impressive freshman debut by
     Lions (’91-’93), Chicago Bears (’94-’98), San Diego            rushing for 176 yards on 33 carries. He also
     Chargers (’99)                                                 scored twice on runs of 3 and 28 yards.
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             Long Beach City                                                      Golden West

   Sept. 18, 1:00 at Cerritos College                                Sept. 25, 5:00 at LeBard Stadium

GENERAL INFORMATION                                               GENERAL INFORMATION
Address: 4901 E. Carson St.                                       Address: 15744 Golden West St.
Long Beach, CA 90808                                              Huntington Beach, CA 92647
Telephone: (562) 938-4237                                         Telephone: (714) 895-8333
Athletic Director: Larry Reisbig                                  Athletic Director: Ray Shackelford
Nickname: Vikings                                                 Nickname: Rustlers
Colors: Red, Black & White                                        Colors: Green & Gold
Conference: Mission (American Division)                           Conference: Mission (American Division)
Stadium: Veterans Memorial (11,606)                               Stadium: LeBard Stadium (7,600)
Press Box Phone: (562) 421-1986                                   Press Box Phone: (714) 432-5610


FOOTBALL INFORMATION                                              FOOTBALL INFORMATION
Head Coach: Jerry Jaso (2nd season)                               Head Coach: Ray Shackelford (32nd season)
Record at School: 2-8-0                                           Record at School: 162-134-11 (.551)
Football Phone: (562) 938-4058                                    Football Phone: (714) 895-8266


SPORTS INFORMATION STAFF                                          SPORTS INFORMATION STAFF
Sports Information Director: Chris Ruiz                           Sports Information Director: Steve Lombard
SID Phone: (562) 938-4243                                         SID Phone: (714) 895-8344
SID Fax: (562) 938-4746                                           SID Fax: (714) 895-8923
SID E-Mail: cruiz@lbcc.edu                                        SID E-Mail: slombard@gwc.cccd.edu


2003 Results                                                      2002 Results
2-8 Overall; 1-4 Mission American                                 4-6 Overall; 2-3 Mission Central
 L     Bakersfield .................................... 16-35      W    West Los Angeles ......................... 43-40
 L     at Grossmont .................................. 7-60        W    at Southwestern ............................ 35-24
 L     at Sant Ana ................................... 13-16       L    El Camino ....................................... 7-27
 W     Riverside ......................................... 18-9    L    at Santa Ana ................................. 21-27
 L     Saddleback ..................................... 7-49       L    at Riverside ................................... 28-34
 L     Orange Coast ............................... 14-17          W    Cerritos ......................................... 35-28
 L     at Cerritos ..................................... 33-38     L    at Palomar ...................................... 9-26
 W     Golden West ........................ 21-14 (OT)             L    at Long Beach City ....................... 14-21
 L     at Palomar .................................... 24-44       L    Mt. San Antonio ............................ 17-48
 L     at Mt. SAC ...................................... 0-38      W    Orange Coast ............................... 21-18

Series: Tied at 15-15-4                                           Series: Santa Ana leads 17-10

Notes: Jose Pineda’s 34-yard field goal as time                   Notes: Santa Ana made it 10 in a row with a
expired lifted Santa Ana to a 16-13 win over                      27-21 win over Golden West a year ago. The last
visiting Long Beach City and gave the Dons its                    time the Dons lost to the Rustlers was in 1993,
first 3-0 start in 15 seasons. The last time Santa                24-14. Cory Campbell completed 10 of his 13
Ana began a season with three straight wins was                   passes for 174 yards while Dartangan Johnson
in 1989 when the Dons won their first five games                  recorded his fourth consecutive 100-yard games
of the season and finished 10-1 overall. The lone                 by rushing for 146 yards on 34 carries. Jose
loss was a 34-24 setback to Riverside. Last                       Pineda also hit a pair of field goals (19, 38) to
year’s three-point win over the Vikings evened                    provide the winning margin. It was the first time
the two team’s career record at 15-15-4. Santa                    since 1989 that Santa Ana had started a season
Ana won or tied Long Beach City in their first nine               4-0. In the first game ever played between the two
meetings before suffering its first loss in 1951,                 teams (1966), the Rustlers routed the Dons 32-0.
41-7. The Dons outscored the Vikings 53-0 in                      However, in the past seven seasons the Dons
their first five meeting including a scoreless tie in             have beaten the Rustlers by a combined score of
1931. Since 1951, Long Beach City has won 15                      269-127.
of the last 25 meetings.
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                    Orange Coast                                                         Saddleback

          Oct. 2, 1:00 at Santa Ana Bowl                          20       Oct. 16, 1:00 at Santa Ana Bowl

     GENERAL INFORMATION                                               GENERAL INFORMATION
     Address: 2701 Fairview Rd.                                        Address: 28000 Marguerite Parkway
     Costa Mesa, CA 92628-5005                                         Mission Viejo, CA 92692
     Telephone: (714) 432-5766                                         Telephone: (949) 582-4547
     Athletic Director: Barbara Bond                                   Athletic Director: Tony Lipold
     Nickname: Pirates                                                 Nickname: Gauchos
     Colors: Navy Blue & Orange                                        Colors: Cardinal & Gold
     Conference: Mission (American Division)                           Conference: Mission (National Division)
     Stadium: LeBard Stadium (7,600)                                   Stadium: Saddleback “Snake Pit” Stadium (3,200)
     Press Box Phone: (714) 432-5610                                   Press Box Phone: (949) 582-4277


     FOOTBALL INFORMATION                                              FOOTBALL INFORMATION
     Head Coach: Mike Taylor (6th season)                              Head Coach: Mark McElroy (6th season)
     Record at School: 21-30 (.412)                                    Record at School: 31-22 (.585)
     Football Phone: (714) 432-5791                                    Football Phone: (949) 582-4639


     SPORTS INFORMATION STAFF                                          SPORTS INFORMATION STAFF
     Sports Information Director: Eric Montgomery                      Sports Information Director: Jerry Hannula
     SID Phone: (714) 432-5175                                         SID Phone: (949) 582-4490
     SID Fax: (714) 432-5054                                           SID Fax: (949) 582-4224
     SID E-Mail: emontgomery@occ.cccd.edu                              SID E-Mail: jhannula@saddleback.cc.ca.us


     2003 Results                                                      2003 Results
     4-6 Overall; 1-4 Mission American                                 8-3 Overall; 4-1 Mission National
      W    at Glendale ................................... 18-14        W Los Angeles Harbor ...................... 46-20
      W    Los Angeles Southwest .................. 20-0                W at Chaffey ..................................... 24-16
      L    at Saddleback ................................. 7-30         W Orange Coast ................................. 30-7
      L    Fullerton .......................................... 9-24    L   at Palomar .................................... 13-16
      W    Santa Ana ....................................... 6-36       W at Long Beach City ......................... 49-7
      W    at Long Beach City ....................... 17-14             W Santa Ana ..................................... 44-13
      L    at Mt. San Antonio ........................ 14-43            W at Riverside ..................................... 28-7
      L    Palomar .......................................... 3-21      L   Fullerton ........................................ 34-38
      L    Cerritos ........................................... 7-21    W El Camino ....................................... 14-7
      L    at Golden West ............................. 18-21           W at Pasadena City .......................... 53-14
                                                                        L * at Mt. San Antonio ........................ 23-24
     Series: Orange Coast leads 27-25-1                                 *   National Bowl

     Notes: Last year Orange Coast snapped Santa                       Series: Saddleback leads 18-5
     Ana’s four-game winning streak with a 36-6 win at
     LeBard Stadium. The Pirates scored the first 20                   Notes: Saddleback increased its overall series
     points of the game and held the Dons scoreless                    lead to 18-5 with its 44-13 win over Santa Ana.
     until the 4:17 mark of the third quarter when Cory                The Dons were dealt a severe blow when their
     Campbell scored on a one-yard run. In 2002,                       leading rusher Dartagnan Johnson suffered a
     Santa Ana trimmed the series lead in the overall                  broken ankle which sidelined him for the rest of
     series to one game with a 8-0 win at Eddie West                   the year. His replacement, Donnell Johnson,
     Field. In that game, Orange Coast made only                       made a name for himself by rushing for 100 yards
     three first downs as the game was played in a rain                and two touchdowns on just 18 carries. Donnell
     storm and the field was nearly unplayable. The                    Johnson scored on runs of one and 28 yards. The
     teams first met in 1948-with Santa Ana winning                    Dons have dropped five in a row to the Gauchos
     13-6. The Dons have won six of the last 10 games                  after winning two straight over Saddleback in
     played between the two teams.                                     1997 (52-28) and 1998 (21-17). The Gauchos
                                                                       have dominated since the series began in 1981.
                                                                       Saddleback won the first matchup, 14-13, and
                                                                       won seven in a row before Santa Ana broke the
                                                                       ice in 1989, 31-28.
                                                                                                2004 Opponents                   43



                    Pasadena                                                       Riverside

     Oct. 23, 1:00 at Lancer Stadium                                Oct. 30, 5:00 at Wheelock Field

GENERAL INFORMATION                                            GENERAL INFORMATION
Address: 1570 E. Colorado Blvd.                                Address: 4800 Magnolia Ave.,
Pasadena, CA 91106                                             Riverside, CA 92506-1299
Telephone: (626) 585-7225                                      Telephone: (909) 222-8421
Athletic Director: Skip Robinson                               Athletic Director: Bob Schermerhorn
Nickname: Lancers                                              Nickname: Tigers
Colors: Cardinal, Gold                                         Colors: Orange & Black
Conference: Mission (National Division)                        Conference: Mission (National Division)
Stadium: Lancer Stadium                                        Stadium: Wheelock Field (5,500)
Press Box Phone: (NA)                                          Press Box Phone: (951) 522-6214


FOOTBALL INFORMATION                                           FOOTBALL INFORMATION
Head Coach: Tom Maher (9th season)                             Head Coach: Bill Brown (3rd season)
Record at School: 35-47 (.427)                                 Record at School: 8-12 (.400)
Football Phone: (626) 585-7775                                 Football Phone: (951) 222-8456


SPORTS INFORMATION STAFF                                       SPORTS INFORMATION STAFF
Sports Information Director: Robert Lewis                      Sports Information Director: Robert Schmidt
SID Phone: (626) 585-7018                                      SID Phone: (951) 222-8032
SID Fax: (626) 585-7929                                        SID Fax: (951) 222-8056
SID E-Mail: rmlewis@pasadena.edu                               SID E-Mail: Robert.Schmidt@rcc.edu


2003 Results                                                   2003 Results
0-10 Overall; 0-5 Mission National                             3-7 Overall; 2-3 Mission National
 L   Canyons .......................................... 7-37    L    Grossmont .................................... 10-17
 L   at Bakersfield ................................ 14-19      L    at Citrus ........................................ 36-41
 L   Mt. San Antonio .............................. 7-66
                                                                L    at Cerritos ..................................... 12-15
 L   at Cerritos ..................................... 26-37
                                                                L    at Long Beach City ......................... 9-18
 L   Palomar ........................................ 20-44
 L   at Fullerton .................................... 27-38    W    Golden West ................................. 34-28
 L   at Santa Ana ................................. 49-50       L    at El Camino ................................... 7-26
 L   El Camino ..................................... 30-49      L    Saddleback ..................................... 7-28
 L   at Riverside ..................................... 7-42    W    at Santa Ana ................................. 33-10
 L   Saddleback ................................... 14-53       W    Fullerton .......................................... 7-42

Series: Pasadena leads 20-14-4                                 Series: Santa Ana leads 36-27-3
Notes: Santa Ana overcame a 21-point, fourth-                  Notes: Riverside broke open a 10-10 halftime tie
quarter deficit to snap its two-game losing streak             by scoring the game’s final 23 points to come
with a 50-49 win over Pasadena City. The two                   away with a 33-10 win. Naim Tinahul rushed for
teams set a new Santa Ana combined scoring                     226 yards and two touchdowns on 26 carries for
record with 99, eclipsing the previous mark of 98 set          the Tigers. He scored on runs of 3 and 66 yards
in 1990 against El Camino. The Dons rolled up their            in the third quarter to give Riverside the lead for
second highest offensive output of the season with             good. The teams last met in 1999-with Santa Ana
493 yards including 401 through the air. Cory                  running to a 31-14 win over the Tigers. The Dons
Campbell completed 25 of 44 passes for 318 yards               had won the previous six meetings between the
and five touchdowns. His five passing touchdowns               two clubs in a series that started back in 1922.
tied Grant Wagner’s school record set in 2000. Koa             Riverside won the first four meetings between the
Bartlett caught eight passes for 182 yards and two             two clubs before Santa Ana broke through for a
touchdowns while Rigby hauled in eight passes for              24-13 win in 1927.
126 yards. The Dons have never had the overall
series lead. In 1941, Pasadena defeated Santa
                                                               Recent Pro Players:
Ana, 20-7, in what would be the only setback the
Dons would suffer from week 11 of 1939 through the             Derrick Rodgers, LB, Miami Dolphins (’97-’02),
completion of the 1942 season.                                 New Orleans Saints (’03)
                                                               Sean Brewer, TE, Cincinnati Bengals (’01-’03)
44   2004 Opponents



                          Fullerton                                                    El Camino

          Nov. 6, 1:00 at Santa Ana Bowl                               Nov. 13, 1:00 at Santa Ana Bowl

     GENERAL INFORMATION                                           GENERAL INFORMATION
     Address: 321 E. Chapman Ave.                                  Address: 16007 Crenshaw Blvd.
     Fullerton, CA 92832-2095                                      Torrance, CA 90506
     Telephone: (714) 992-2095                                     Telephone: (310) 532-3670
     Athletic Director: Susan Beers                                Athletic Director: Dave Shannon
     Nickname: Hornets                                             Nickname: Warriors
     Colors: Blue & Gold                                           Colors: Blue & Gray
     Conference: Mission (National Division)                       Conference: Mission (National Division)
     Stadium: Cal State Fullerton (10,000)                         Stadium: Murdoch Stadium (12,000)
     Press Box Phone: (714) 264-5375                               Press Box Phone: (310) 660-3635/3636


     FOOTBALL INFORMATION                                          FOOTBALL INFORMATION
     Head Coach: Gene Murphy (12th season)                         Head Coach: John Featherstone (20th season)
     Record at School: 53-60-2 (.470)                              Record at School: 136-65-1 (.673)
     Football Phone: (714) 992-7403                                Football Phone: (310) 660-6020


     SPORTS INFORMATION STAFF                                      SPORTS INFORMATION STAFF
     Sports Information Director: Eric Mendoza                     Sports Information Director: Dwight Ueda
     SID Phone: (714) 992-7391                                     SID Phone: (310) 660-6519
     SID Fax: (714) 992-7409                                       SID Fax: (310) 660-3818
     SID E-Mail: emendoza@fullcoll.edu                             SID E-Mail: dueda@elcamino.cc.ca.us

     2003 Results                                                  2003 Results
     10-3 Overall, 5-0 Mission National                            8-3 Overall; 3-2 Mission National
      W Compton ....................................... 28-14      W    at Ventura ..................................... 55-30
      W at Mt. San Jacinto ......................... 24-16         W    Moorpark ....................................... 48-33
      L   Palomar ........................................ 26-30   W    at Golden West ............................... 27-7
      W at Orange Coast ............................. 24-9         L    at Mt. San Antonio ........................ 14-17
      L   Mt. San Antonio .............................. 7-15      W    Cerritos ........................................... 14-7
      W Pasadena City .............................. 38-27         W    Riverside ......................................... 26-7
      W at El Camino ................................. 35-24       L    Fullerton ........................................ 24-35
      W at Saddleback ............................... 38-34        W    at Pasadena City .......................... 49-30
      W Santa Ana ..................................... 56-24      L    at Saddleback ................................. 7-14
      W at Riverside .......................... 24-21 (OT)         W    Santa Ana ..................................... 48-12
      W at Santa Monica .............................. 45-7        W * Chaffey ......................................... 21-14
      W at Mt. San Antonio ........................ 42-35          *    Southern California Bowl
      L   at Grossmont ................................ 30-47
                                                                   Series: El Camino leads 9-3-0
     Series: Santa Ana leads 40-37-4
     Notes: Fullerton retained the “Key To The County”             Notes: Matt Engle passed for 306 yards and four
     for the third season in a row with its 56-24 win over         touchdowns as El Camino ended Santa Ana’s season
     Santa Ana. The win also gave the Hornets their first          with a 48-12 loss. Engle completed 18 of his 25
     conference title in 15 years. The Dons outgained the          passes against the Dons and had scoring strikes of
     Hornets, 583-373, on offense but gave up four                 5, 21, 35 and 56 yards. Cory Campbell led the Dons
     scoring plays of 50 yards or more in the loss. In the         with 291 yards of total offense as he passed for 212
     oldest rivalry in the state, Fullerton cut Santa Ana’s        yards and two scores on 15 of 18 passing and
     series lead down to three games. Santa Ana                    rushed for 71 yards on 11 attempts. El Camino won
     dominated the series in the early years, holding an           the previous meeting between the two clubs in
     18-7-4 advantage after the 1951 season. Fullerton             2000, 28-20, and has won six of the last eight
     battled back, winning 14 of 15 from 1963-77. The              meetings between the two schools. The two teams
     first game ever played was in 1916, a 0-0 tie. Since          first played in 1990-with El Camino winning, 51-47,
     then, the teams have combined for 2,798 points-               in what was the highest scoring game in the history
     with Fullerton holding a 1,501-1,297 edge.                    of the Santa Ana football program before Pasadena
                                                                   City and Santa Ana tallied 99 in their game in 2003.
2003 In Review
46        2003 In Review


     2003 SANTA ANA COLLEGE RESULTS
     DAY                                      DATE                                            OPPONENT                                             RESULT
     Saturday ............................. September 6 ................................ Los Angeles Pierce ............................... W, 35-19
                                                                            20
     Saturday .............................. September 13 .............................. Santa Monica ........................................ W, 28-21
     Saturday .............................. September 20 .............................. Long Beach City .................................... W, 16-13
     Saturday .............................. September 27 .............................. at Golden West ..................................... W, 27-21
     Saturday .............................. October 4 .................................... Orange Coast ........................................... L, 36-6
     Saturday .............................. October 11 .................................. Bye
     Saturday .............................. October 18 ................................. Saddleback ............................................ L, 44-13
     Saturday .............................. October 25 ................................. at Pasadena City ................................... W, 50-49
     Saturday .............................. November 1 ................................. at Riverside ............................................ L, 33-10
     Saturday .............................. November 8 ................................. Fullerton ................................................. L, 56-24
     Saturday .............................. November 15 ............................... El Camino ............................................... L, 48-12

     2003 RESULTS
     TEAM STATISTICS                                                                                              SAC                                  OPP
     SCORING                                                                                                   221                                      340
         Points Per Game                                                                                      22.1                                     34.0
     FIRST DOWNS                                                                                               209                                      181
         Rushing                                                                                                96                                       95
         Passing                                                                                                86                                       73
         Penalty                                                                                                27                                       13
     RUSHING YARDAGE                                                                                          1603                                     1776
         Yards gained rushing                                                                                 1895                                     2025
         Yards lost rushing                                                                                    292                                      249
         Rushing Attempts                                                                                      431                                      349
         Average Per Rush                                                                                      3.7                                      5.1
         Average Per Game                                                                                    160.3                                    177.6
         TDs Rushing                                                                                            19                                       27
     PASSING YARDAGE                                                                                          1770                                     1936
         Att-Comp-Int                                                                                   264-136-11                                256-138-9
         Average Per Pass                                                                                      6.7                                      7.6
         Average Per Catch                                                                                    13.0                                     14.0
         Average Per Game                                                                                    177.0                                    193.6
         TDs Passing                                                                                            11                                       17
     TOTAL OFFENSE                                                                                            3373                                     3712
         Total Plays                                                                                           695                                      605
         Average Per Play                                                                                      4.9                                      6.1
         Average Per Game                                                                                    337.3                                    371.2
     KICKOFF RETURNS: #-YARDS                                                                               51-898                                   38-838
     PUNT RETURNS: #-YARDS                                                                                   14-84                                   13-229
     INT RETURNS: #-YARDS                                                                                     9-60                                   11-226
     KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE                                                                                   17.6                                     22.1
     PUNT RETURN AVERAGE                                                                                       6.0                                     17.6
     INT RETURN AVERAGE                                                                                        6.7                                     20.5
     FUMBLES-LOST                                                                                             13-8                                     17-4
     PENALTIES-YARDS                                                                                        58-502                                   87-880
         Average Per Game                                                                                     50.2                                     88.0
     PUNTS-YARDS                                                                                          50-1502                                   43-1528
         Average Per Punt                                                                                     30.0                                     35.5
         Net punt average                                                                                     25.5                                     33.6
     TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME                                                                                 31:45                                    28:21
     3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS                                                                                   56/135                                   54/122
         3rd-Down Pct                                                                                         41%                                      44%
     4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS                                                                                     9/19                                     6/10
         4th-Down Pct                                                                                         47%                                      60%
     SACKS BY-YARDS                                                                                         23-152                                   22-156
     MISC YARDS                                                                                                  0                                       12
     TOUCHDOWNS SCORED                                                                                          30                                       47
     FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS                                                                                      5-6                                     5-10
     PAT KICKS-ATTEMPTS                                                                                      24-27                                    39-44
     ATTENDANCE                                                                                                801                                     2310
         Games/Avg Per Game                                                                                  5/160                                    5/462
     SCORE BY QUARTER                                                       1st          2nd            3rd           4th                Total
     Team .................................................................. 31 .......... 68 .......... 53 ........... 69 ................ 221
     Opponents ......................................................... 76 .......... 83 .......... 97 ........... 84 ................ 340
                                                                                                             2003 In Review       47


RUSHING                                       G      Att    Gain        Loss         Net        Avg         TD    Long   Avg/G
Dartangan Johnson ................ 6                 162     758          27         731         4.5         6      28    121.8
Donnell Johnson ................... 10               102     433          61         372         3.6         5      65     37.2
Chris Shipp ............................. 9           59     259          14         245         4.2         3      27     27.2
Cory Campbell ...................... 10               85     390         149         241         2.8         4      24     24.1
William Arellano ...................... 5              3      11           0          11         3.7         0       6      2.2
Koa Bartlett ........................... 10            3      11           2           9         3.0         0       8      0.9
Tai Asoau ................................. 2          3       5           1           4         1.3         1       4      2.0
Randall Parra .......................... 3             2       9           8           1         0.5         0       9      0.3
Matt Crippen ........................... 6             7      19          24          -5        -0.7         0       6     -0.8
Team ...................................... 10         5       0           6          -6        -1.2         0       0     -0.6
Total ...................................... 10      431    1895         292        1603         3.7        19      65    160.3
Opponents ........................... 10             349    2025         249        1776         5.1        27      66    177.6

PASSING                                       G     Effic      Att-Cmp-Int           Pct        Yds         TD     Lng   Avg/G
Cory Campbell ...................... 10           113.97         239-123-9          51.5       1600         10      62    160.0
Matt Crippen ........................... 6         63.52            10-4-0          40.0         28          0      13      4.7
Randall Parra .......................... 3         70.84             9-5-2          55.6         64          0      17     21.3
Todd Rigby .............................. 9       453.60             3-3-0         100.0         87          1      71      9.7
Donnell Johnson ................... 10             12.20             2-1-0          50.0         -9          0       0     -0.9
Koa Bartlett ........................... 10         0.00             1-0-0           0.0          0          0       0      0.0
Total ...................................... 10   113.25        264-136-11          51.5       1770         11      71    177.0
Opponents ........................... 10          132.31         256-138-9          53.9       1936         17      84    193.6

RECEIVING                                     G      No.     Yds         Avg          TD       Long      Avg/G
Koa Bartlett ........................... 10           45     633         14.1          5         71        63.3
Todd Rigby .............................. 9           27     427         15.8          2         50        47.4
Dundi Cook ............................. 8            13     162         12.5          2         23        20.3
Greg Gladd ............................. 7            12     121         10.1          1         19        17.3
Eddie Tiscareno ...................... 7              10     100         10.0          1         18        14.3
Donnell Johnson ................... 10                 6      37          6.2          0         21         3.7
Chris Shipp ............................. 9            6      44          7.3          0         22         4.9
Aaron Ropouli ......................... 5              5      62         12.4          0         17        12.4
Dartangan Johnson ................ 6                   2      48         24.0          0         42         8.0
Jose Aguilar ............................ 5            2      30         15.0          0         19         6.0
Art Paine ................................. 7          2      23         11.5          0         13         3.3
Matt Resquer ........................ 10               2      -5         -2.5          0          4        -0.5
Brian Meeks ............................ 3             1      62         62.0          0         62        20.7
Ralph Rodriguez ..................... 3                1      11         11.0          0         11         3.7
Travis Trimble ......................... 1             1       8          8.0          0          8         8.0
Brian Howlett .......................... 1             1       7          7.0          0          7         7.0
Total ...................................... 10      136    1770         13.0         11         71       177.0
Opponents ........................... 10             138    1936         14.0         17         84       193.6

TOTAL OFFENSE                                 G    Plays    Rush        Pass        Total     Avg/G
Cory Campbell ...................... 10              324     241        1600        1841       184.1
Dartangan Johnson ................ 6                 162     731           0         731       121.8
Donnell Johnson ................... 10               104     372          -9         363        36.3
Chris Shipp ............................. 9           59     245           0         245        27.2
Todd Rigby .............................. 9            3        0         87          87         9.7
Randall Parra .......................... 3            11        1         64          65        21.7
Matt Crippen ........................... 6            17      -5          28          23         3.8
William Arellano ..................... 5               3      11           0          11          2.
Koa Bartlett ........................... 10            4        9          0            9        0.9
Tai Asoau ................................ 2           3        4          0            4        2.0
Team ...................................... 10         5       -6          0           -6       -0.6
Total ...................................... 10      695    1603        1770        3373       337.3
Opponents ........................... 10             605    1776        1936        3712       371.2

                                                              ------------------PAT ------------------
SCORING ............................. TD            FGs      Kick       Rush        Rcv        Pass       DXP      Saf    Pts
Jose Pineda ............................ 0           5-6    24-27          0-0          0         0-0       0        0    39
Dartangan Johnson ................ 6                 0-0       0-0         0-0          0         0-0       0        0    36
Donnell Johnson ..................... 5              0-0       0-0         0-0          1         0-0       0        0    32
Koa Bartlett ............................. 5         0-0       0-0         0-0          0         0-0       0        0    30
Cory Campbell ........................ 4             0-0       0-0         0-1          0         1-2       0        0    24
Chris Shipp ............................. 3          0-0       0-0         0-0          0         0-0       0        0    18
Todd Rigby .............................. 2          0-0       0-0         0-0          0         0-0       0        0    12
Dundi Cook ............................. 2           0-0       0-0         0-0          0         0-0       0        0    12
Greg Gladd ............................. 1           0-0       0-0         0-0          0         0-0       0        0    6
Tai Asoau ................................ 1         0-0       0-0         0-0          0         0-0       0        0    6
Eddie Tiscareno ...................... 1             0-0       0-0         0-0          0         0-0       0        0    6
Total ...................................... 30      5-6    24-27          0-1          1         1-2       0        0    221
Opponents ........................... 47            5-10    39-44          1-1          0         0-1       0        1    340
48        2003 In Review


     ALL PURPOSE                                   G   Rush      Rec           PR         KOR              IR            FR      Tot        Avg/G
     Dartangan Johnson ................ 6               731       48            0            0              0             0      779         129.8
     Donnell Johnson ................... 10             372       37           19          295              0             0      723          72.3
     Koa Bartlett ........................... 10          9      633           34           12              0             0       68          68.8
     Matt Resquer ........................ 10             0
                                                                   20
                                                                  -5            0          514              2             0      511          51.1
     Todd Rigby .............................. 9          0      427            0            0              0             0      427          47.4
     Chris Shipp ............................. 9        245       44            0           12              0             0      301          33.4
     Cory Campbell ...................... 10            241        0            0            0              0             0      241          24.1
     Dundi Cook ............................. 8           0      162            0           29              0             0      191          23.9
     Greg Gladd ............................. 7           0      121            0            0              0             0      121          17.3
     Eddie Tiscareno ...................... 7             0      100            0            0              0             0      100          14.3
     Aaron Ropouli ......................... 5            0       62            0            0              0             0       62          12.4
     Brian Meeks ............................ 3           0       62            0            0              0             0       62          20.7
     Jeremy Montgomery ............... 9                  0        0            0           22             20             0       42           4.7
     Jose Aguilar ............................ 5          0       30            0            0              0             0       30           6.0
     Kenny Collins .......................... 5           0        0            0            0             24             0       24           4.8
     Art Paine ................................. 7        0       23            0            0              0             0       23           3.3
     John Terrones ......................... 4            0        0           19            0              0             0       19           4.8
     Jose Calderon ......................... 4            0        0            0           14              0             0       14           3.5
     Ralph Rodriguez ..................... 3              0       11            0            0              0             0       11           3.7
     William Arellano ...................... 5           11        0            0            0              0             0       11           2.2
     Shane Pierce .......................... 7            0        0            0            0             11             0       11           1.6
     Travis Trimble ......................... 1           0        8            0            0              0             0        8           8.0
     Brian Howlett .......................... 1           0        7            0            0              0             0        7           7.0
     Matt Crippen ........................... 6          -5        0           12            0              0             0        7           1.2
     Tai Asoau ................................. 2        4        0            0            0              0             0        4           2.0
     David DeMarco ..................... 10               0        0            0            0              2             0        2           0.2
     Randall Parra ............................           1        0            0            0              0             0        1           0.3
     Brad Groom ............................ 7            0        0            0            0              1             0        1           0.1
     Team ...................................... 10      -6        0            0            0              0             0       -6          -0.6
     Total ...................................... 10   1603     1770           84          898             60             0     4415         441.5
     Opponents ........................... 10          1776     1936          229          838            226            12     5017         501.7

     PUNTING                                    No.     Yds         Avg      Long            TB            FC            I20    Blkd
     Jerry Corona ......................... 28          850         30.4       46             0             9              2       0
     Jose Pineda .......................... 21          652         31.0       48             0             5              4       1
     Team ........................................ 1      0          0.0        0             0             0              0       0
     Total ...................................... 50   1502         30.0       48             0            14              6       1
     Opponents ........................... 43          1528         35.5       57             3             7             17       1

     FIELD GOALS              FGM-FGA                    Pct    01-19        20-29       30-39         40-49           50-99      Lg          Blk
     Jose Pineda ........................ 5-6           83.3      1-1          1-1         2-3           1-1             0-0      40            1

     FG SEQUENCE                   SAC           OPP
     L.A. Pierce Brahmas           -             (32),(40)
     Santa Monica Corsairs         34            39
     Long Beach Vikings            (34)          38
     Golden West Rustlers          (19), (38)    -
     Orange Coast Pirates          -             36, (36)
     Saddleback Gauchos            -             (30)
     Pasadena City Lancers         -             -
     Riverside CC Tigers           (40)          (37),40
     Fullerton Hornets             (22)          52
     El Camino Warriors            -             -
     Numbers in (parentheses) indicate made field goal.

     PUNT RETURNS                    No.       Yds     Avg     TD     Long    KICK RETURNS                    No.       Yds    Avg     TD   Long
     Koa Bartlett                        7      34      4.9     0       11    Matt Resquer                       30     514    17.1     0     52
     Donnell Johnson                     5      19      3.8     0        6    Donnell Johnson                    14     295    21.1     0     31
     John Terrones                       1      19     19.0     0       19    Dundi Cook                          2      29    14.5     0     16
     Matt Crippen                        1      12     12.0     0       12    Chris Shipp                         2      12     6.0     0     10
     Total ............................ 14      84      6.0     0       12    Jerm Montgomery                     1      22    22.0     0     22
     Opponents ................. 13            229     17.6     0       89    Koa Bartlett                        1      12    12.0     0     12
                                                                              Jose Calderon                       1      14    14.0     0     14
     INTERCEPTIONS                   No.       Yds     Avg     TD     Long    Total ............................ 51     898    17.6     0     52
     Matt Resquer                         2      2      1.0     0        2    Opponents ................. 38            838    22.1     2     94
     Kenny Collins                        2     24     12.0     0       24
     Jerm Montgomery                      2     20     10.0     0       20    FUMBLE RETURNS No.                        Yds    Avg     TD   Long
     Shane Pierce                         1     11     11.0     0       11    Total .............................. 0      0     0.0     0      0
     Brad Groom                           1      1      1.0     0        1    Opponents ................... 2            12     6.0     0      7
     David DeMarco                        1      2      2.0     0        2
     Total .............................. 9     60      6.7     0       24
     Opponents ................. 11            226     20.5     1       65
                                                                                                2003 In Review               49


                                                  ----------Tackles ----------  Sacks -- Pass Def -- -- Fumbles -- Blk
DEFENSIVE LEADERS ...... GP UT                            A Total ForLoss No-Yards Int-Yds BrUp Rcv-Yds        FF Kick Saf
Justin Lang ............................ 10 27 16 35.0                   4-17      0.5-7     -     3        -     -    - -
Tony Ete’aki ............................. 9 24 19 33.5                12-62     5.0-40      -     -      1-0    1     - -
Ottis Ueligitone ...................... 10 20 24 32.0                    9-29      0.5-6     -     1      1-0     -    - -
David DeMarco ...................... 10 20 18 29.0                       3-13      1.0-3   1-2     2        -     -    - -
Tommy Storing ....................... 10 22 14 29.0                      2-16    2.0-16      -     -        -     -    - -
Jerm Montgomery .................... 9 20 14 27.0                         1-1          -  2-20     5        -     -    - -
Matt Resquer ......................... 10 18 13 24.5                         -         -   2-2   14         -     -    - -
A.J. Alaman ............................. 9 17 14 24.0                   5-30    4.0-29      -     3        -    1     - -
Shane Pierce ........................... 7 18 12 24.0                        -         -  1-11     6        -     -    - -
Eddy Ramos .......................... 10 13 13 19.5                      6-19    3.0-14      -     -        -    1     - -
Mike Davidson ......................... 9 12 13 18.5                         -         -     -     1        -     -    - -
Kenny Collins ........................... 5 14            6 17.0             -         -  2-24     4        -     -    - -
Team ...................................... 10      6 20 16.0             1-1          -     -     -        -     -    1 -
Alex Bigonger .......................... 8          8 13 14.5            5-21    3.0-20      -     -        -     -    - -
Chris Edwards ......................... 5           7 11 12.5                -         -     -     4      1-0     -    - -
Nelson Calderon ...................... 6            5 12 11.0            5-22    2.0-20      -     -        -    1     - -
Brad Groom ............................. 7          6     3    7.5           -         -   1-1     1        -     -    - -
Mat Harper ............................... 5        6     1    6.5       1-15    1.0-15      -     -        -     -    - -
Bryant Gober ........................... 4          5     1    5.5        1-4      1.0-4     -     -        -     -    - -
Jayson Skalla .......................... 4          3     3    4.5           -         -     -     -        -     -    - -
Michael Moore ......................... 5           3     3    4.5           -         -     -     -        -    1     - -
Keith McNeal ........................... 6          2     5    4.5           -         -     -     -      1-0     -    - -
Jose Calderon ......................... 4           4      -   4.0           -         -     -     -        -     -    - -
J.J. Sagalo ............................... 3       2     4    4.0           -         -     -     -        -    1     - -
Rick Perez ............................... 4        1     4    3.0           -         -     -     -        -     -    - -
Gabe Lambaren ....................... 2             2     1    2.5           -         -     -     -        -     -    - -
Daniel Harris ............................ 4        2     1    2.5           -         -     -     -        -     -    - -
Eddie Tiscareno ....................... 7           1     2    2.0           -         -     -     -        -     -    - -
Jerry Corona .......................... 10          2      -   2.0           -         -     -     -        -     -    - -
Reggie West ............................ 2          2      -   2.0        1-1
Jon Diulio ................................. 4      2      -   2.0           -         -     -     -        -     -    - -
Koa Bartlett ............................ 10        1      -   1.0           -         -     -     -        -     -    - -
Todd Rigby ............................... 9        1      -   1.0           -         -     -     -        -     -    - -
Ricky Pena ............................... 4        1      -   1.0           -         -     -     -        -     -    - -
Chris Shipp .............................. 9        1      -   1.0           -         -     -     -        -     -    - -
William Arellano ....................... 5          1      -   1.0           -         -     -     -        -     -    - -
Cory Campbell ....................... 10            1      -   1.0           -         -     -     -        -     -    - -
Greg Gladd .............................. 7         1      -   1.0           -         -     -     -        -     -    - -
John Terrones .......................... 4           -    1    0.5           -         -     -     -        -     -    1 -
Ian Aguilar ................................ 2       -    1    0.5           -         -     -     -        -     -    - -
John Takapu ............................ 1           -    1    0.5           -         -     -     -        -     -    - -
Sergio Lazano ......................... 2            -    1    0.5           -         -     -     -        -     -    - -
Ikaika Maliga ............................ 3         -    1    0.5           -         -     -     -        -     -    - -
Brian Meeks ............................. 3          -    1    0.5           -         -     -     -        -     -    - -
Art Paine .................................. 7       -     -      -          -         -     -     1        -     -    - -
Total ....................................... 10 301 266 434.0 56-251 23.0-174            9-60   45       4-0    6     2 -
Opponents ............................ 10            -     -      -          - 22.0-188 11-226   25      8-12    5     1 1




                                                                                                                                  ED PRIEBE
                                                                                                                             General Sales Manager




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                                                                                             2550 North Tustin Avenue
                                                                                             Orange, California 92865
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50     2003 All-Mission Conference


                                                      National Division Teams
                                                Coaching Staff of the Year: Fullerton
                                       Offensive Player of the Year: QB Matt Engle (El Camino)

                      First Team Offense                                                            First Team Defense
     Pos.   Player                                                 College       Pos.   Player                                                   College
      QB    Matt Engle* ....................................... El Camino         DB    Keith Ellison * ................................... El Camino
      RB    Justin Domineck * ................................ Fullerton          DB    Larry Collins * ...................................... Fullerton
      RB    Jerome Harrison * ............................. Pasadena              DB    Jeff Dixon * ..................................... Saddleback
      RB    Naim Tinahui ....................................... Riverside        DB    Denique Ford ...................................... Riverside
      WR    Chaz Guinn * ....................................... Fullerton        LB    Jimmy Ellingson * ........................... Saddleback
      WR    Koa Bartlett * .................................. Santa Ana           LB    Ellias Ellis * ....................................... El Camino
      WR    Julien Petit ...................................... Saddleback        LB    Dustin Sober * ..................................... Fullerton
      TE    Jason Vandiver * ................................. Fullerton          LB    Hoang Mai * ........................................ Riverside
      OL    Clinton Hiliona * ................................ El Camino          LB    Ryan Powdrell * .............................. Saddleback
      OL    Nick Merica * .................................. Santa Ana            DL    Jermaine Horn * ................................. Riverside
      OL    Brent Masada ...................................... Fullerton         DL    Tom Barger ..................................... Saddleback
      OL    Travis Gibson ...................................... Fullerton        DL    David Lautalo ................................... El Camino
      OL    Rick Lewis ...................................... Santa Ana           DL    Latrell Myers * .................................... Riverside
       K    Sam Paulescu * ................................... Fullerton           P    Sam Paulescu * ................................... Fullerton
      RS    Deonte Sharp * .................................... Fullerton         * - Denotes unanimous selection (nominated for All-State)
      * - Denotes unanimous selection (nominated for All-State)

                    Second Team Offense                                                         Second Team Defense
     Pos.   Player                                                  College      Pos.   Player                                                 College
      QB    Tom Kirchmeyer .................................. Fullerton           DB    Robert Clark ........................................ Fullerton
      QB    Brock Farrel .................................... Saddleback          DB    Qwenton Freeman ............................. Pasadena
      QB    Cory Campbell ............................... Santa Ana               DB    Vincent Tweed .................................... Riverside
      QB    Luke Sniewski ................................... Pasadena            DB    Jaray Austin .................................... Saddleback
      RB    Keith Bizzle ......................................... Riverside      DB    Rasheed Prescott ........................... Saddleback
      RB    Avionne James ............................... Saddleback              DB    Byron Walker ....................................... Fullerton
      FB    Marcus McMall ................................. El Camino             DB    Matt Resquer .................................. Santa Ana
      WR    Kris Riggins ....................................... Pasadena         LB    John Morris .......................................... Fullerton
      WR    Jamal Gordon ..................................... Riverside          LB    Matt Spoonmore .................................. Fullerton
      WR    Jerard Rabb .................................... Saddleback           LB    Marcus Raines .................................. Pasadena
      WR    Tony Zegers ......................................... Fullerton       LB    Matt Pattison .................................. Saddleback
      TE    Randy Misch ...................................... Pasadena           LB    Kasey Sitchler .................................. El Camino
      TE    Greg Gladd ..................................... Santa Ana            DL    Leon Lautalo ..................................... El Camino
      OL    Aaron Sapien .................................... El Camino           DL    Gabe Long ........................................... Fullerton
      OL    David Leach ........................................ Riverside        DL    Zach Kiesch ......................................... Fullerton
      OL    Chris Bowser .................................. Saddleback            DL    Ryan Granger ...................................... Fullerton
      OL    Zeb Smithson ................................. Saddleback             DL    B. Jay Parsons ............................... Saddleback
      OL    Dan Bruin ........................................ Saddleback         DL    Eddy Ramos ................................... Santa Ana
      OL    Andrew Pritchard ............................ Saddleback              DL    Opalani Vaipulu .................................. Riverside
      OL    AJ Slater ......................................... Santa Ana          P    Matt Dragich ..................................... El Camino
       K    James Dingman ................................ Pasadena                P    Chris Sprague ................................... Pasadena
      RS    Jamal Gordon ..................................... Riverside




                     2003 Mission Conference Final Standings
                                                              American Division
                                                              Division             Conference                                 Overall
                                                          W      L    T   Pct.     W   L   T          Pct.               W      L     T       Pct.
      Mt. San Antonio ............................... 4          1    0   .800     7   1   0          .875               10     2     0       .900
      Palomar ............................................ 4     1    0   .800     7   1   0          .875                8     3     0       .800
      Cerritos ............................................ 3    2    0   .600     5   3   0          .625                7     4     0       .600
      Golden West .................................... 2         3    0   .400     2   6   0          .250                4     6     0       .400
      Orange Coast ................................... 1         4    0   .200     2   6   0          .250                4     6     0       .400
      Long Beach City .............................. 1           4    0   .200     2   6   0          .250                2     8     0       .200

                                                               National Division
                                                              Division             Conference                                 Overall
                                                          W      L    T  Pct.      W   L   T          Pct.               W      L     T       Pct.
      Fullerton ........................................... 5    0    0 1.000      6   2   0          .750               10     3     0       .800
      Saddleback ...................................... 4        1    0 .800       6   2   0          .750                8     3     0       .800
      El Camino ........................................ 3       2    0 .600       5   3   0          .625                8     3     0       .700
      Riverside .......................................... 2     3    0 .400       3   5   0         ..375                3     7     0       .300
      Santa Ana ........................................ 1       4    0 .200       3   5   0          .375                5     5     0       .500
      Pasadena City .................................. 0         5    0 .000       0   8   0          .000                0    10     0       .000
Histor y & Records
52       Year-by-Year Scores


                      1916                                               1925                                               1931
                  Record 1-4-2                                       Record 4-4-1                                       Record 3-5-2
     L    Chaffey ............................. 0-20     W   Occidental Frosh ................ 7-6          T   Chaffey ............................... 0-0
     T    Pomona .............................. 0-0      L   Loyola .............................. 0-19     L   USC Frosh ......................... 0-7
     T    Fullerton ............................. 0-0    L   UC So.20Branch ................. 0-13          W   Riverside .......................... 13-0
     L    Hollywood ........................ 0-71        L   Pasadena ........................... 0-6       T   Long Beach ........................ 0-0
     L    Pomona/Occidental .......... 0-15              T   California Christian ............. 7-7         L   Compton .......................... 27-0
     L    San Diego City ................... 3-6         W   Pomona ............................ 28-0       L   Pasadena ....................... 12-15
     W    Chaffey ............................. 10-0     L   Riverside .......................... 7-27      W   Loyola Frosh .................... 13-6
                                                         W   San Diego A. N. A. ........... 48-3            L   Glendale ........................... 0-12
                      1917                               W   Fullerton ........................... 13-0     W   Los Angeles ..................... 14-7
                  Record 3-2-2                                                                              L   Fullerton ......................... 12-19
     L    Chaffey ............................. 0-14                     1926
     W    Hollywood ........................ 23-0                    Record 1-7-1                                           1932
     T    Pomona .............................. 0-0      L   La Verne .......................... 7-21                   Record 7-4-0
     W    Chaffey ............................. 14-0     L   UC So. Branch ................... 0-3          W   USC Frosh ....................... 13-7
     T    Santa Ana H.S. .................. 7-7          L   USC Frosh ......................... 3-6        L   San Bernadino ................... 0-7
     L    San Diego City ................... 3-6         T   Southwestern ..................... 0-0         W   Loyola Frosh ...................... 7-6
     W    Orange All-Stars ................ 9-3          L   Pasadena ......................... 7-14        W   USS Saratoga .................. 26-6
                                                         L   Loyola .............................. 0-33     W   Pomona ............................ 14-6
                      1918                               L   San Bernadino ................. 0-31           L   Riverside .......................... 0-13
              No Athletic Teams                          L   Riverside ............................ 0-7     W   Citrus ................................ 13-0
                                                         W   Fullerton ........................... 13-0     L   Chaffey ............................... 6-7
                      1919                                                                                  L   Fullerton ......................... 13-14
              No Athletic Teams                                          1927                               W   Urban Military Acad.6-2
                                                                     Record 6-2-1                           W   Long Beach ........................ 6-0
                      1920                               W   Occidental Frosh .............. 19-7
                  Record 5-0-0                           W   Fullerton ............................. 6-0                    1933
     W    Anaheim ........................... 27-0       T   California Christian ......... 12-12                       Record 7-1-3
     W    Orange All-Stars .............. 32-0           W   Riverside ........................ 24-13       T   USC Frosh ......................... 6-6
     W    Pomona .............................. 4-0      W   Chaffey ............................. 30-0     T   Urban Military Acad.0-0
     W    Chaffey ............................. 21-0     L   Pasadena ......................... 8-13        W   Pomona College ................ 6-0
     W    San Diego City ................. 26-7          L   San Bernadino ................. 0-12           T   UCLA Frosh ....................... 7-7
                                                         W   Compton ............................ 6-0       W   Pomona JC ...................... 25-0
                      1921
                                                         W   Citrus ................................ 32-0   W   Riverside .......................... 13-7
                  Record 1-3-1
                                                                                                            L   Citrus .................................. 6-7
     T    Whittier ............................... 0-0                   1928                               W   San Bernadino ................. 13-6
     L    Fullerton ........................... 0-13                 Record 3-4-2                           W   Los Angeles City ................ 7-6
     W    San Diego ........................ 26-0        W   Chaffey ............................. 12-0     W   Fullerton ............................. 6-3
     L    Fullerton ........................... 0-35     L   Occidental Varsity ............ 7-19
     L    Chaffey ............................. 7-20     W   Riverside .......................... 12-0                      1934
                      1922                               L   USC Frosh ....................... 0-41                     Record 5-3-3
                                                         T   Pasadena ....................... 12-12         L   USC Frosh ......................... 0-7
                  Record 4-5-0
                                                         W   Long Beach ........................ 6-0        W   Pomona JC ...................... 19-3
     W    Huntington Bch ................ 33-0
                                                         T   Glendale ............................. 0-0     T   Riverside ........................ 14-14
     L    La Verne .......................... 6-26
                                                         L   Compton .......................... 6-13        L   Riverside .......................... 0-12
     L    Whittier ............................. 0-10
                                                         L   Fullerton ........................... 6-20     T   Citrus .................................. 0-0
     W    Orange All-Stars ................ 6-0
                                                                                                            W   Chaffey ............................... 6-0
     L    Riverside .......................... 7-20                      1929                               T   San Bernadino ................... 0-0
     L    Whittier ............................. 0-13                Record 7-3-1                           W   Fullerton ............................. 6-0
     L    Chaffey ............................. 0-20     L   Chaffey ............................. 6-14     W   Long Beach ...................... 12-6
     W    San Diego City ................. 14-0          T   USC Frosh ......................... 0-0        W   LaVerne Frosh ................. 37-7
     W    Fullerton ........................... 25-0     W   Phoenix, AZ ..................... 56-0         L   Compton ............................ 0-6
                                                         W   Pasadena ........................... 6-0
                      1923                                                                                                  1935
                                                         W   Compton .......................... 14-0
                  Record 2-4-0
                                                         L   Chaffey ............................... 0-6                Record 4-6-0
     W    Orange All-Stars ................ 7-6
                                                         W   San Bernadino ................. 38-0           W   Pasadena ......................... 13-3
     L    UC So. Branch ................. 0-24
                                                         W   Long Beach ...................... 22-0         L   Pomona College .............. 0-18
     L    Bakersfield ....................... 0-26
                                                         W   Glendale ............................. 7-6     L   USC Frosh ....................... 0-30
     W    Whittier Varsity ................. 10-7
                                                         W   Fullerton ......................... 19-13      W   Riverside ........................ 26-19
     L    San Diego ........................ 6-26
                                                         L   Sacramento ...................... 6-12         L   Citrus ................................ 6-12
     L    Riverside ............................ 0-7
                                                                                                            L   Chaffey ............................. 6-10
                      1924                                               1930                               W   San Bernadino ............... 13-12
                                                                     Record 4-4-2                           L   UCLA Frosh ....................... 0-7
                  Record 6-3-1
                                                         W   Chaffey ............................. 20-0     W   Pomona JC ...................... 26-0
     L    La Verne .......................... 0-19
                                                         L   USC Frosh ......................... 0-7        L   Fullerton ............................. 0-7
     W    Tustin H.S. ....................... 38-0
                                                         L   Menlo ............................... 0-20
     W    Orange All-Stars .............. 26-6
                                                         W   Phoenix, AZ ................... 33-13
     W    USS Arctic ........................ 14-0
                                                         W   Long Beach ...................... 19-0
     W    Whittier Varsity ................... 7-0
                                                         L   Glendale ........................... 6-15
     W    El Centro .......................... 80-7
                                                         T   Compton ............................ 6-6
     L    Loyola ............................ 14-16
                                                         L   Los Angeles City ................ 0-6
     W    Riverside ............................ 8-0
                                                         W   Pasadena ........................... 7-0
     T    UC So. Branch ............... 12-12
                                                         T   Fullerton ......................... 13-13
     L    San Diego ...................... 14-26
                                                                                                           Year-by-Year Scores                           53


                1936                                                1941                                               1947
           Record 10-1-0                                       Record 10-1-0                                       Record 5-5-0
W   UCLA Frosh ................... 24-19            W   La Verne .......................... 20-0      W    Oceanside ...................... 26-14
W   Pomona JC ...................... 26-0           W   Santa Monica ................... 25-6         W    Pasadena ....................... 26-19
W   Riverside .......................... 13-6       L   Pasadena ......................... 7-20       W    Santa Monica ................. 20-12
W   Citrus .................................. 7-0   W   Sacramento A. C. ............. 53-0           L    Glendale ......................... 14-21
W   Chaffey ............................... 6-0     W   San Bernadino ................. 26-7          L    Chaffey ............................... 0-9
W   San Bernadino ................. 47-0            W   Loyola Frosh .................... 27-7        W    San Bernadino ................. 27-0
W   Fullerton ........................... 13-0      W   Chaffey ............................. 35-6    W    Riverside ........................ 28-19
W   Los Angeles City ................ 9-0           W   Riverside ........................ 19-13      L    Bakersfield ....................... 7-48
W   Long Beach ...................... 19-0          W   March Field ...................... 20-0       L    Mt. San Antonio ............... 7-13
L   Pasadena ......................... 7-12         W   San Mateo ...................... 39-19        L    Fullerton ........................... 6-20
W   Glendale ........................... 13-0       W   Fullerton ............................. 6-0
                                                                                                                       1948
                1937                                                1942                                          Record 10-1-0
           Record 10-0-2                                     Record 9-0-0                             W    Cal Poly San Dimas14-0
W   Pasadena ......................... 12-6              “National Champions”                         W    Santa Monica ................... 14-7
W   Stanford Frosh ................. 12-7           W   Santa Monica ................... 40-0         W    Pasadena ......................... 18-0
W   Santa Monica ................... 32-0           W   Compton .......................... 14-0       W    East Los Angeles ............. 17-0
W   Chaffey ............................. 27-0      W   Pomona ............................ 39-6      W    Chaffey ............................... 7-6
T   San Bernadino ................... 7-7           W   San Bernadino ............... 33-13           W    San Bernadino ................. 36-0
W   Glendale ........................... 31-0       W   Pasadena ....................... 14-13        W    Riverside .......................... 20-6
W   Pomona ............................ 14-0        W   Loyola “B” Team .............. 13-7           L    Bakersfield ..................... 20-40
W   Riverside .......................... 21-6       W   Los Alamitos .................. 27-13         W    Mt. San Antonio ............... 14-6
W   Citrus ................................ 44-6    W   Riverside .......................... 21-0     W    Fullerton ........................... 22-6
W   Salinas ............................. 19-0      W   Fullerton ......................... 13-12     W    Orange Coast ................... 13-6
W   Fullerton ........................... 20-0
T   San Bernadino ................... 6-6                           1943                                               1949
                                                           No Football (WWII)                                      Record 9-1-1
                1938                                                                                  W    Cal Poly San Dimas31-13
            Record 3-3-5                                            1944                              W    Santa Monica ................... 31-0
L   Pasadena ....................... 19-31                      Record 2-6-1                          T    Pasadena ....................... 13-13
W   Santa Monica ................... 21-0           L   Ft. McArthur ................... 13-18        W    Orange Coast ................... 20-2
W   Los Angeles City ................ 6-0           W   Compton .......................... 12-7       W    Chaffey ........................... 37-13
T   UCLA Frosh ................... 13-13            L   UCLA “B” Team ............. 13-20             W    Riverside .......................... 21-6
W   Citrus ................................ 25-0    T   Pasadena ....................... 12-12        W    Long Beach .................... 14-12
T   Pomona .............................. 0-0       L   Modesto ........................... 7-14      W    Mt. San Antonio ............. 42-20
L   San Bernadino ................. 0-13            L   Pasadena ......................... 7-12       W    San Bernadino ............... 55-19
T   Riverside ............................ 0-0      L   USC “B” Team ............... 26-27            W    Fullerton ........................... 34-6
L   Chaffey ............................. 7-14      L   Compton ........................ 12-20        L    Little Rock, Ark. .............. 19-25
T   San Mateo .......................... 6-6        W   Modesto ............................. 7-0
T   Fullerton ......................... 13-13                                                                          1950
                                                                                                                   Record 6-2-2
                1939                                                1945                              W    El Toro Marines .............. 32-19
            Record 7-4-0                                        Record 7-0-0                          L    Long Beach ...................... 7-20
L   Pasadena ......................... 6-12         W   Chaffey ............................. 12-0    T    Pasadena ........................... 0-0
W   Santa Monica ................... 13-6           W   San Bernadino ................. 25-0          W    Riverside ........................ 47-18
W   UCLA Frosh ..................... 24-0           W   Riverside ........................ 27-12      L    USC Frosh ..................... 20-27
W   Pomona .............................. 7-0       W   Chaffey ............................. 38-0    W    Mt. San Antonio ............... 21-0
L   California Frosh ................ 0-26          W   San Bernadino ................. 20-0          W    Chaffey ............................. 21-7
W   San Bernadino ................. 33-0            W   Glendale ........................... 12-6     W    San Bernadino ............... 33-14
W   Riverside ............................ 3-0      W   Fullerton ............................. 7-0   W    Orange Coast ................. 27-21
L   Chaffey ............................... 6-7                                                       T    Fullerton ......................... 18-18
W   Long Beach ...................... 13-0                          1946
L   San Mateo ........................ 0-12                     Record 8-3-0                                           1951
W   Fullerton ........................... 14-7      W   Pasadena ......................... 19-9                    Record 5-5-0
                                                    W   Glendale ........................... 12-0     L El Toro Marines .............. 13-19
                1940                                W   El Centro .......................... 19-6     L Pasadena ......................... 6-26
        Record 11-0-0                               W   Mt. San Antonio ............... 35-0          W Inyo Kern NAS ................. 26-0
     “National Champions”                           W   Santa Monica ................. 41-32          L Long Beach ...................... 7-41
W   Loyola Frosh .................... 13-0          W   San Diego St. JV .............. 25-7          L Riverside ............................ 6-7
W   Santa Monica ................... 32-0           L   Chaffey ........................... 13-19     W Mt. San Antonio ............... 25-6
W   Pasadena ......................... 13-6         L   San Bernadino ................. 7-14          W* San Bernadino ................. 2-32
W   San Mateo ........................ 20-0         L   Riverside ........................ 25-26      L Orange Coast ................. 15-21
W   Chaffey ............................. 26-0      W   Fullerton ......................... 19-14     W Chaffey ........................... 35-18
W   Riverside .......................... 27-3       W   Utah Branch ..................... 40-0        W Fullerton ........................... 14-0
W   Oceanside ...................... 39-13                                                            * Game forfeited to Dons because of
W   Pomona ............................ 58-6                                                          ineligible player
W   San Bernadino ................. 40-0
W   Fullerton ........................... 14-7
W   Santa Rosa ...................... 34-6
54       Year-by-Year Scores


                      1952                                                1958                                                1964
                  Record 6-4-1                                        Record 7-2-0                                        Record 5-4-0
     W    Mexico City Poly ............ 27-12             W   Taft ................................... 26-7   L   Long Beach ...................... 0-45
     W    Pasadena ....................... 21-13          W   Long Beach .................... 19-18           L   Cerritos .............................. 0-6
     W    Inyo Kern NAS ............... 21-13             W             20
                                                              Citrus .............................. 40-12     W   Chaffey ............................. 22-8
     T    Long Beach ........................ 0-0         W   San Bernadino ............... 33-20             W   Citrus .............................. 25-14
     L    Mt. San Antonio ............. 13-20             L   Riverside .......................... 2-33       W   Riverside .......................... 17-7
     W    San Bernadino ............... 34-12             W   Chaffey ........................... 38-21       W   Orange Coast ................... 14-7
     L    Orange Coast ................... 0-14           L   Mt. San Antonio ............. 12-21             W   San Bernadino ............... 29-16
     W    Chaffey ........................... 20-13       W   Orange Coast ................. 33-15            L   Fullerton ........................... 0-39
     W    Riverside ........................ 25-13        W   Fullerton ......................... 16-13       L   Mt. San Antonio ............... 7-24
     L    Fullerton ............................. 6-7
     L    Mexico City Poly ............ 13-20                             1959                                                1965
                                                                      Record 6-3-0                                        Record 7-2-1
                      1953                                W   El Toro Marines ................ 30-0           W   Mira Costa ........................ 26-6
                  Record 3-6-1                            L   Long Beach ...................... 8-10          T   Long Beach ........................ 6-6
     L    Riverside .......................... 0-13       W   Orange Coast ................... 22-2           L   Mt. San Antonio ............... 6-24
     W    Palomar .............................. 7-0      L   Citrus ................................ 0-14    W   Chaffey ........................... 35-10
     L    Long Beach .................... 12-14           W   San Bernadino ................. 22-8            W   Citrus .............................. 14-12
     L    Mt. San Antonio ............... 7-13            L   Riverside .......................... 6-13       W   Riverside .......................... 13-0
     T    Whittier Frosh ..................... 0-0        W   Chaffey ............................. 13-0      W   Orange Coast ................... 14-3
     W    San Bernadino ............... 22-14             W   Mt. San Antonio ............. 22-21             W   San Bernadino ............... 27-12
     L    Orange Coast ................. 13-21            W   Fullerton ......................... 33-21       L   Fullerton ......................... 13-14
     W    Chaffey ............................. 15-7                                                          W   Ventura .......................... 18-16
     L    Riverside .......................... 0-13                       1960
     L    Fullerton ........................... 0-20                  Record 6-3-0                                            1966
                                                          W   Cabrillo ........................... 36-13                  Record 3-6-0
                      1954                                L   Long Beach .................... 19-24           L   Glendale ............................. 7-8
                  Record 3-7-0                            W   Mt. San Antonio ............. 25-13             L   Orange Coast ................... 6-14
     L    Mexico City Poly ............ 13-32             W   Orange Coast ................... 14-0           L   Golden West .................... 0-32
     W    Citrus ................................ 37-0    W   Citrus ................................ 26-8    W   Citrus ................................ 13-2
     W    Long Beach .................... 21-13           W   San Bernadino ................. 22-6            W   Chaffey ........................... 35-20
     L    San Bernadino ............... 14-19             L   Riverside ............................ 6-7      L   Fullerton ......................... 21-35
     W    Orange Coast ................. 25-20            L   Chaffey ............................. 0-14      L   San Bernadino ............... 14-27
     L    Chaffey ............................. 6-20      W   Fullerton ........................... 19-6      W   Mt. San Antonio ............. 41-23
     L    Riverside .......................... 0-25
     L    Phoenix, AZ ..................... 6-12                          1961                                                1967
     L    Mt. San Antonio ............... 0-62                        Record 7-1-1                                        Record 5-4-0
     L    Fullerton ......................... 26-29       W   Cabrillo ............................. 38-0     L   Golden West .................... 3-18
                                                          L   Long Beach ...................... 8-33          W   Cypress ............................ 27-0
                      1955                                W   Chaffey ............................. 37-7      W   Chaffey ............................. 34-0
                  Record 2-8-0                            W   Mt. San Antonio ............... 27-6            L   Fullerton ........................... 7-34
     L    Citrus ................................ 7-12    W   Orange Coast ................... 64-7           W   San Bernadino ............... 18-13
     L    San Francisco .................. 7-55           W   Citrus ................................ 34-6    W   Riverside ........................ 23-10
     L    Long Beach ...................... 0-18          W   San Bernadino ................. 28-0            W   Southwestern ................. 34-18
     W    San Bernadino ................. 19-6            T   Riverside ............................ 0-0      L   Mt. San Antonio ............. 28-33
     L    Orange Coast ................. 13-21            W   Fullerton ......................... 47-16       L   Orange Coast ................... 8-14
     L    Chaffey ........................... 14-20
     W    Riverside .......................... 13-6                       1962                                                1968
     L    Phoenix, AZ ................... 15-41                   Record 10-0-0                                           Record 7-2-0
     L    Mt. San Antonio ............... 0-40                 “National Champions”                           W   Los Angeles Pierce ........ 22-13
     L    Fullerton ........................... 7-55      W   Southwestern ................... 26-0           W   Riverside .......................... 27-6
                                                          W   Citrus ................................ 47-0    W   Mt. San Antonio ............. 33-21
                      1956                                W   San Bernadino ............... 48-12             W   San Diego Mesa ............ 20-12
                  Record 3-6-0                            W   Grossmont ....................... 48-0          W   Rio Hondo ...................... 28-19
     L    Stockton ......................... 13-20        W   Mt. San Antonio ............... 41-0            W   Golden West .................... 13-7
     L    Long Beach ...................... 6-20          W   Riverside .......................... 39-7       L   Fullerton ........................... 7-28
     L    Orange Coast ................... 6-39           W   Chaffey ............................. 43-0      W   Orange Coast ................... 21-0
     W    Chaffey ............................. 13-6      W   Orange Coast ................. 34-12            L   San Diego City ................. 0-10
     W    Riverside .......................... 12-7       W   Fullerton ......................... 36-12
     W    Phoenix, AZ ..................... 26-0          W   Columbia Basin WA ......... 20-0
     L    Mt. San Antonio ............... 0-30                                                                                1969
     L    San Bernadino ............... 20-26                             1963                                             Record: 1-8
     L    Fullerton ........................... 7-42                  Record 3-5-1                            L   Los Angeles Pierce .......... 6-14
                                                          L   Citrus ................................ 0-14    L   Riverside ........................ 13-20
                      1957                                T   San Bernadino ................... 8-8           L   Golden West .................... 0-17
                  Record 8-1-1                            W   Grossmont ....................... 22-0          L   San Diego Mesa ............ 14-21
     W    Taft ................................... 24-6   L   Mt. San Antonio ............... 6-27            L   Orange Coast ................. 12-14
     W    Long Beach .................... 29-21           L   Riverside .......................... 0-14       L   San Diego City ................... 3-7
     T    Chaffey ........................... 19-19       W   Chaffey ............................. 20-8      L   Cerritos .......................... 16-30
     W    Riverside .......................... 27-7       L   Orange Coast ................... 0-20           L   Fullerton ........................... 9-34
     W    Citrus .............................. 46-20     L   Fullerton ........................... 0-27      W   Mt. San Antonio ............... 33-8
     W    Mt. San Antonio ............... 14-0            W   Southwestern ................. 29-14
     W    San Bernadino ................. 54-0
     L    Orange Coast ................... 7-19
     W    Fullerton ............................. 6-0
     W    San Diego ...................... 20-13
                                                                                                          Year-by-Year Scores                             55


                1970                                              1976                                                 1982
           Record: 3-6-0                                     Record: 3-6-0                                        Record: 3-7-0
L   Bakersfield ....................... 7-20      L   Rio Hondo ........................ 0-38        L    Fullerton ........................... 0-37
L   Pasadena ......................... 6-24       W   Cypress ............................ 14-7      L    Golden West .................. 15-27
W   Golden West .................. 20-19          L   Los Angeles Pierce .......... 7-28             W    Los Angeles City .............. 39-7
W   Mt. San Antonio ............. 34-13           L   Mt. San Antonio ............... 6-13           L    Imperial Valley ............... 25-36
L   San Diego Mesa ............ 15-20             L   San Diego Mesa .............. 7-21             W    San Diego City ................. 10-7
L   Orange Coast ................... 7-34         L   Orange Coast ..................... 3-6         L    Southwestern ................. 17-24
L   San Diego City ................. 7-14         W   Grossmont ....................... 17-9         L    Saddleback .................... 10-23
W   Cerritos .......................... 26-13     W   Cerritos .......................... 20-19      L    Citrus ................................ 9-56
L   Fullerton ......................... 13-21     L   Fullerton ........................... 0-33     L    Riverside .......................... 7-21
                                                                                                     W    Palomar .......................... 14-13
                1971                                              1977
           Record: 6-3-0                                     Record: 1-7-1                                             1983
W   Rio Hondo ...................... 18-13        L   Golden West .................. 14-45                        Record: 4-6-0
L   Pasadena ....................... 28-38        T   Rio Hondo .......................... 0-0       L    Fullerton ........................... 7-33
L   Los Angeles Pierce ........ 14-17             L   Cypress ............................ 7-10      L    Golden West .................. 17-38
W   Fullerton ............................. 9-7   L   Fullerton ........................... 7-42     W    San Bernadino ................. 24-0
W   Mt. San Antonio ............... 27-0          L   Mt. San Antonio ................. 3-7          L    Santa Monica ................... 7-14
W   San Diego Mesa ............ 29-17             L   San Diego Mesa ............ 20-21              L    Saddleback ...................... 7-10
L   Orange Coast ................... 6-44         L   Orange Coast ................... 7-33          L    Citrus .............................. 16-33
W   San Diego City ............... 35-19          L   Grossmont ..................... 16-27          W    Riverside ........................ 26-25
W   Cerritos .......................... 24-17     W   Cerritos .......................... 30-28      W    Palomar .......................... 38-24
                                                                                                     W    San Diego City ............... 52-10
                1972                                              1978                               L    Southwestern ..................... 6-7
           Record: 7-3-0                                     Record: 7-3-0
W   Rio Hondo ........................ 14-7       W   West Valley .................... 21-14                           1984
W   Santa Monica ................... 21-6         W   Chaffey ........................... 40-13                   Record: 6-4-0
L   Los Angeles Pierce .......... 7-28            W   Cypress .......................... 49-21       L Fullerton ......................... 33-43
W   Bakersfield ..................... 15-14       W   Rio Hondo ........................ 45-8        L Golden West .................. 14-17
W   Mexico City Poly ............ 34-10           L   Cerritos .......................... 10-28      L Riverside ........................ 13-33
W   Cerritos ............................ 20-6    W   Fullerton ......................... 48-21      W* San Diego Mesa ............ 35-36
W   San Diego Mesa ............ 28-17             W   Mt. San Antonio ............. 33-28            W Southwestern ................. 14-10
L   Fullerton ......................... 14-24     L   San Diego Mesa ............ 15-43              W San Diego City ................. 14-7
L   Orange Coast ................. 14-16          L   Orange Coast ................. 14-19           W Palomar .......................... 21-17
W   Mt. San Antonio ............. 43-21           W   Grossmont ..................... 35-24          W Citrus .............................. 18-17
                                                                                                     W Orange Coast ................. 35-24
                1973                                              1979                               L Saddleback .................... 13-31
           Record: 3-6-1                                     Record: 7-3-0                           * Game forfeited to Dons because of
L   Rio Hondo ...................... 16-33        W   Chaffey ........................... 40-13      ineligible player
L   Santa Monica ..................... 6-7        W   Taft ................................. 14-13
L   Los Angeles Pierce .......... 9-14            W   Rio Hondo ...................... 54-14                           1985
L   Bakersfield ..................... 14-35       W   Cal Lutheran JV ............... 20-0                        Record: 5-5-0
W   San Diego Mesa ................ 7-0           L   Grossmont ....................... 7-13         W    Fullerton ......................... 27-24
W   Mt. San Antonio ............. 15-13           W   Cerritos .......................... 14-13      W    Golden West ...................... 9-7
T   Orange Coast ..................... 0-0        W   Fullerton ......................... 21-19      L    Riverside ........................ 21-35
L   Fullerton ........................... 0-19    L   Mt. San Antonio ............... 2-14           L    San Diego Mesa ............ 27-38
L   Cerritos ............................ 3-28    L   San Diego Mesa ............ 22-37              L    Southwestern ................. 16-31
W   Mexico City Poly ............ 45-13           W   Orange Coast ................. 13-12           W    San Diego City ............... 59-14
                                                                                                     W    Palomar .......................... 28-16
                1974                                              1980                               W    Citrus ................................ 55-6
           Record: 1-8-0                                     Record: 6-3-1                           L    Saddleback .................... 32-39
L   Rio Hondo ........................ 3-19       T   Taft ................................. 21-21   L    Orange Coast ................. 15-16
L   Cypress .............................. 7-9    W   Rio Hondo ........................ 45-0
W   Los Angeles Pierce .......... 13-3            W   Los Angeles Harbor ....... 53-10                                 1986
L   Bakersfield ....................... 7-27      W   Orange Coast ................... 10-7                       Record: 6-4-0
L   Cerritos .......................... 17-21     W   Grossmont ....................... 20-0         W    Fullerton ......................... 26-23
L   San Diego Mesa .............. 7-27            L   Cerritos .......................... 20-25      W    Orange Coast ................. 28-27
L   Mt. San Antonio ............. 17-22           W   Fullerton ......................... 15-10      L    Riverside ........................ 28-31
L   Orange Coast ................... 3-19         L   Mt. San Antonio ............... 6-23           L    San Diego Mesa ............ 19-31
L   Fullerton ........................... 7-36    W   L. A. Southwest ................ 31-7          L    Southwestern ................. 17-34
                                                  L   San Diego Mesa ............ 21-28              W    San Diego City ................. 45-7
                1975                                                                                 W    Palomar ............................ 30-9
           Record: 4-5-0                                          1981                               W    Citrus .............................. 30-23
L   Rio Hondo ...................... 14-17                   Record: 7-3-0                           W    Grossmont ....................... 37-7
W   Cypress ............................ 17-0     L   Fullerton ......................... 12-19      L    Saddleback .................... 14-24
L   Los Angeles Pierce ........ 31-38             W   Golden West .................... 37-6
W   San Diego Mesa ............ 26-14             W   Los Angeles City ............ 45-13                              1987
L   Orange Coast ................. 13-41          W   Imperial Valley ............... 39-14                       Record: 4-6-0
L   Grossmont ....................... 3-10        W   San Diego City ................. 20-0          W    Fullerton .........................     27-17
W   Cerritos ............................ 13-3    W   Southwestern ................... 28-3          L    Orange Coast .................          21-35
L   Fullerton ........................... 7-13    L   Saddleback .................... 13-14          L    Riverside ........................      21-34
W   Mt. San Antonio ............... 14-7          L   Citrus .............................. 28-29    L    San Diego Mesa ............             18-21
                                                  W   Riverside ........................ 34-27       W    Southwestern .................          28-10
                                                  W   Palomar .......................... 21-12       W    San Diego City ...............          37-16
                                                                                                     L    Palomar ..........................      13-17
                                                                                                     W    Citrus ..............................   34-20
                                                                                                     L    Grossmont .....................         28-31
                                                                                                     L    Saddleback ....................         34-45
56       Year-by-Year Scores


                      1988                                              1994                                             1999
                 Record: 7-3-1                                      Record: 9-2-0                                    Record: 7-4-0
     W    Citrus .............................. 41-24   L   El Camino ...................... 28-55        L   Pasadena ....................... 21-41
     W    San Diego City ............... 46-26          W   Palomar .......................... 31-14      L   Mt. San Antonio ............. 10-61
     T    Long Beach .................... 17-17         W           20
                                                            Long Beach .................... 50-27         W   Orange Coast ................... 52-6
     W    Southwestern ................. 56-20          W   Riverside ........................ 47-24      W   El Camino ...................... 38-31
     W    Cerritos .......................... 24-21     W   Orange Coast ................. 47-14          W   Long Beach .................... 45-10
     W    Riverside ........................ 36-22      W   Golden West .................. 35-14          W   Fullerton ......................... 31-17
     W    Golden West .................. 28-13          W   Pasadena ....................... 30-21        L   Saddleback .................... 23-25
     L    Fullerton ......................... 17-24     W   Southwestern ................. 72-21          W   Palomar .......................... 19-17
     L    Saddleback ........................ 7-9       W   Fullerton ........................... 34-7    W   Golden West .................. 45-17
     L    Orange Coast ................. 19-29          W   Saddleback .................... 52-21         W   Riverside ........................ 31-14
     W    Moorpark ........................ 17-10       L   Los Angeles Valley ........ 28-36             L   Cerritos .......................... 14-28

                      1989                                              1995                                             2000
                Record: 10-1-0                                      Record: 6-4-0                                    Record: 2-8-0
     W    Citrus .............................. 34-14   L   El Camino ...................... 23-30        L   Long Beach ...................... 7-34
     W    San Diego City ............... 54-13          W   Palomar .......................... 37-35      L   El Camino ...................... 20-28
     W    Long Beach .................... 38-29         L   Long Beach .................... 28-38         L   Mt. San Antonio ............. 34-51
     W    Southwestern ................... 28-0         W   Riverside .......................... 30-6     L   Pasadena ....................... 24-28
     W    Cerritos .......................... 35-14     W   Golden West .................. 21-18          L   Cerritos .......................... 20-31
     L    Riverside ........................ 24-34      W   Orange Coast ................. 38-15          L   Saddleback .................... 28-42
     W    Golden West .................... 24-6         W   Pasadena ....................... 31-13        W   Golden West .................. 33-28
     W    Fullerton ......................... 35-10     W   Southwestern ................. 27-17          L   Orange Coast ................. 41-53
     W    Saddleback .................... 31-28         L   Fullerton ......................... 17-24     L   Palomar ............................ 7-41
     W    Orange Coast ..................... 8-7        L   Saddleback .................... 14-36         W   Fullerton ......................... 35-23
     W    Moorpark ........................ 31-28
                                                                        1996                                             2001
                      1990                                          Record: 6-4-0                                    Record: 3-7-0
                 Record: 5-5-0                          L   Cerritos ............................ 9-22    W   Canyons ........................... 27-3
     W    San Diego Mesa .............. 32-6            L   Long Beach .................... 26-31         W   Moorpark ........................ 40-28
     W    Mt. San Antonio ............. 37-16           W   San Diego Mesa .............. 34-0            L   Mt. SAC .......................... 14-21
     L    El Camino ...................... 47-51        W   El Camino ...................... 34-21        L   Pasadena ....................... 31-47
     L    Long Beach .................... 20-30         W   Riverside ............................ 7-3    L   Cerritos .......................... 27-36
     W    Pasadena ....................... 24-21        W   Orange Coast ................. 57-27          L   Saddleback .................... 20-37
     W    Orange Coast ................. 42-15          L   Palomar .......................... 16-22      W   Golden West .................. 32-10
     L    Riverside ........................ 14-30      L   Saddleback .................... 16-35         L   Orange Coast ................. 10-20
     W    Golden West .................... 33-9         W   Golden West .................. 30-29          L   Palomar ............................ 0-40
     L    Fullerton ......................... 22-44     W   Fullerton ........................... 24-3    L   Fullerton ........................... 7-24
     L    Saddleback .................... 40-48
                                                                        1997                                             2002
                      1991                                          Record: 8-3-0                                    Record: 2-8-0
                 Record: 2-8-0                          L   Mt. San Antonio .............         10-20   L   Canyons ......................... 52-14
     W    San Diego Mesa .............. 49-0            L   Long Beach ....................       23-41   L   Moorpark ........................ 44-21
     L    Mt. San Antonio ............. 24-30           L   El Camino ......................      24-46   L   Mt. SAC ............................ 38-7
     L    El Camino ...................... 33-48        W   Palomar ..........................    38-21   L   Pasadena ....................... 44-10
     L    Long Beach .................... 12-22         W   Golden West ..................        56-14   L   Cerritos ............................ 45-0
     L    Pasadena ....................... 17-51        W   Saddleback ....................       52-28   L   Saddleback ...................... 38-9
     W    Orange Coast ................... 10-7         W   San Diego Mesa ............           49-10   W   Golden West .................. 27-23
     L    Riverside ........................ 20-24      W   Orange Coast .................        34-14   W   Orange Coast ..................... 8-0
     L    Golden West .................. 21-24          W   Fullerton .........................   38-16   L   Palomar .......................... 47-21
     L    Fullerton ........................... 7-34    W   Riverside ........................    42-28   L   Fullerton ......................... 24-21
     L    Saddleback ...................... 7-31        W   Antelope Valley ..............        31-20
                                                                                                                         2003
                      1992                                              1998                                         Record: 4-6-0
                 Record: 3-7-0                                      Record: 4-6-0                         W   L. A. Pierce .................... 35-19
     W    San Diego Mesa .............. 10-7            L   Pasadena ....................... 10-20        W   Santa Monica ................. 28-21
     L    Pasadena ....................... 13-35        L   Mt. San Antonio ............. 15-42           W   Long Beach City ............. 16-13
     L    Mt. San Antonio ............... 7-34          L   Orange Coast ................. 17-28          W   Golden West .................. 21-27
     L    Saddleback ...................... 7-49        L   El Camino ...................... 19-34        L   Orange Coast ................... 6-36
     L    El Camino ...................... 20-38        L   Long Beach .................... 14-34         L   Saddleback .................... 13-44
     L    Palomar .......................... 26-45      W   Fullerton ........................... 38-7    W   Pasadena City ................ 50-49
     L    Orange Coast ................... 6-28         W   Saddleback .................... 21-17         L   Riverside ........................ 10-33
     W    Riverside ........................ 20-18      L   Palomar .......................... 14-58      L   Fullerton ......................... 24-56
     L    Golden West .................. 16-21          W   Golden West .................. 49-14          L   El Camino ...................... 12-48
     W    Fullerton ......................... 29-28     W   Riverside ........................ 35-32

                      1993
                 Record: 4-5-1
     T    Cerritos .......................... 28-28
     W    El Camino ...................... 37-36
     L    Mt. San Antonio ............. 31-49
     L    Palomar .......................... 38-51
     L    Orange Coast ................... 6-34
     L    Riverside ........................ 30-56
     W    Southwestern ................. 45-31
     L    Golden West .................. 14-24
     W    Fullerton ......................... 41-35
     W    Saddleback .................... 31-27
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58       Inside the Numbers



     .797         Homer Beatty racked           52        In 1980, Charlie Packard        398           Phil Cooper threw for
     up a .797 winning percentage from          booted a 52-yard field goal in a 53-10    398 yards against Imperial Valley in
     1959 to 1962. Beatty finished his          win over L. A. Harbor. It still remains   1982 to set the single-game mark.
     career at Santa Ana by winning the                      20
                                                the longest kick in school history.       However, it wouldn’t be enough as the
     national championship in 1962 with a                                                 Dons fell to the Arabs, 25-36.
     10-0 record.
                                                66         Derrick Barnes caught 66
                                                balls in 2000—breaking the record of      1,128           In 2001, Derrick
     0       Santa Ana played exactly zero      63 by Jeremiah Armendariz in 1999.        Barnes had 1,128 receiving yards to
     football games in 1943. The season                                                   set the single season record.
     was skipped due to WWII.
                                                                                          2,533          Cameron King rushed
     3         The number of national                                                     for a record 2,533 yards in 1998-99,
     championships won by Santa Ana                                                       surpassing the record of 2,452 of
     College is three. The Dons captured                                                  Estrus Crayton in 1989-90.
     titles in 1940, 1942 and 1962.
                                                                                          4,032         In 1999-2000, Grant
     5       Santa Ana once tied five games                                               Wagner set the passing standards by
     in one season (1938). In one of the                                                  throwing for 4,032 yards over two
     wackiest years in Santa Ana history,                                                 seasons.
     the Dons finished 3-3-5 overall and
     1-2-3 in conference play.


     8       In 1936, the Dons recorded
     eight shutouts in one season. They
     finished 10-1, stifling six straight
     opponents from week four through
     week nine. They outscored their
     opponents for the season, 184-37.                  Derrick Barnes

     9        The Dons longest losing streak
                                                80        In 1924, Santa Ana scored
                                                80 points against El Centro. In the
     is nine. From the season finale in 1968    80-7 win, Al Clayes scored six
     through week eight of 1969, the Dons       touchdowns. Neither record has been
     suffered nine straight losses.             broken in 77 years.

     10        Casey Wilson set the             85         The Dons are in their 85th
     standard by kicking 10 extra points        year of football. The program debuted
     against Southwestern in 1994. The          in 1916 but didn’t field teams in
     Dons won the game, 72-21. Wilson           1918-19 and 1943.
     would end up with 50 for the year, for
     yet another record.
                                                98         In 1990, Santa Ana and El
                                                Camino combined for a record 98 points.
     17         Starting in week four of 1941   Unfortunately the Dons were on the
     and ending at the conclusion of the        short end, 47-51.
     1942 season, Santa Ana won 17                                                                  Grant Wagner
     straight games. The Dons won 31 of
     32 games from week eleven of 1939          100          In 1952, Jack Wilcox ran
                                                                                          6934             The extension number
     through 1942. The only loss was to         back an interception 100 yards against
     Pasadena, 7-20. Without that loss,         Fullerton for the longest interception    to the sports information office is 6934.
     many think Santa Ana would have won        return in school history. The Dons        If you have any questions or comments,
     three straight national championships.     missed the extra point and lost, 6-7.     call Dean Hopkins at (714) 564-6934.


     19        Cameron King rushed for          160        Santa Ana’s most               41,709            In the 1962 Junior
     19 touchdowns in 1999, eclipsing the       successful coach, Bill Cook,              Rose Bowl, 41,709 fans turned out to
     single season mark of 18 by Estrus         accumulated 160 wins from 1927 to         see the Dons beat Columbia Basin,
     Crayton in 1990.                           1952.                                     20-0. Santa Ana also played in front of
                                                                                          more than 80,000 fans in Mexico City
                                                                                          against Mexico City Polytechnic in
     35         Santa Ana’s most losses         308          Brandon Fischer racked       1952.
     against any one opponent is 35             up 308 rushing yards against Moorpark
     (Fullerton).                               College in 2001—eclipsing the old mark
                                                of 288 by Tramel Robinson back in
                                                1997.
     40         Santa Ana’s most wins
     against any one opponent is 40
     (Fullerton).
                                                                         Coaching Records               59


Year        Coach                W    L    T      %     Conference      W    L    T    Place
1916        George Walters        1    4   2     .286
1917        Leroy Warren          3    2   2     .571
1918        No Season
1919        No Season
1920        No Coach              5    0   0    1.000
1921        Edward Hummel         1    3   1     .300
1922        Edward Hummel         4    5   0     .444
1923        Edward Hummel         2    4   0     .333
1924        Leroy Warren          5    4   1     .550
1925        Graham Harris         4    4   1     .500
1926        Graham Harris         1    7   1     .167
1927        Bill Cook             6    2   1     .722
1928        Bill Cook             3    4   2     .444
1929        Bill Cook             7    3   1     .682
1930        Bill Cook             4    4   2     .500
1931        Bill Cook             3    5   2     .400   SouCal JC        1    4   1      6th
1932        Bill Cook             7    4   0     .636   Orange Empire    2    4   0      6th
1933        Bill Cook             7    1   3     .773   Eastern          5    1   0       1st
1934        Bill Cook             5    3   3     .591   Eastern          3    0   0       1st T
1935        Bill Cook             4    6   0     .400   Eastern          3    3   0      3rd T
1936        Bill Cook            10    1   0     .909   Eastern          6    0   0       1st
1937        Bill Cook            10    0   2     .917   Eastern          5    0   1       1st T
1938        Bill Cook             3    3   5     .500   Eastern          1    2   3      4th
1939        Bill Cook             7    4   0     .636   Eastern          4    1   0      2nd
1940        Bill Cook #          11    0   0    1.000   Eastern          5    0   0       1st
1941        Bill Cook            11    1   0     .917   Eastern          4    0   0       1st        Most Wins
1942        Bill Cook #           9    0   0    1.000   Eastern          4    0   0       1st        Bill Cook ....................   160
1943        No Season (WW II)                                                                        Dave Ogas ................       104
1944        Bill Cook              2   6    1    .278   State             2   3    1      3rd    T
1945        Bill Cook              7   0    0   1.000   Eastern           6   0    0       1st       Dick Gorrie ................     52
1946        Bill Cook              3   8    0    .273   Eastern           2   3    0       4th       Tim Mills ....................   27
1947        Bill Cook              5   5    0    .500   Eastern           2   3    0       4th
1948        Bill Cook             10   1    0    .909   Eastern           6   0    0       1st
1949        Bill Cook              9   1    1    .864   Eastern           6   0    0       1st
                                                                                                     Longest Tenure
1950        Bill Cook              6   2    2    .700   Eastern           5   0    0       1st       Bill Cook .................... 26 years
1951        Bill Cook              5   5    0    .500   Eastern           4   2    0      2nd        Dave Ogas ................ 20 years
1952        Bill Cook              6   4    1    .591   Eastern           3   3    0      4th    T   Dick Gorrie ................ 12 years
1953        John Ward              3   6    1    .350   Eastern           1   5    0      6th
1954        John Ward              3   7    0    .300   Eastern           2   4    0      5th        Homer Beatty ............. 4 years
1955        Don Davis              2   8    0    .200   Eastern           2   4    0      4th    T   Tim Mills .................... 4 years
1956        Don Davis              3   6    0    .333   Eastern           2   4    0      4th    T
1957        Dick Hill              8   1    1    .850   Eastern           5   1    1      2nd        Best Winning %
1958        Dick Hill              7   2    0    .778   Eastern           5   2    0      2nd    T
1959        Homer Beatty           6   3    0    .667   Eastern           5   2    0      2nd        Homer Beatty ............. .797
1960        Homer Beatty           6   3    0    .667   Eastern           5   2    0      2nd    T   Tim Mills .................... .688
1961        Homer Beatty           7   1    1    .833   Eastern           6   0    1       1st       Bill Cook .................... .664
1962        Homer Beatty #        10   0    0   1.000   Eastern           9   0    0       1st
1963        Myrel Moore            3   5    1    .389   Eastern           3   5    1      6th    T   Dave Ogas ................ .510
1964        Dick Gorrie            5   4    0    .556   Eastern           5   2    0      2nd    T
1965        Dick Gorrie            7   2    1    .750   Eastern           5   2    0      2nd    T   National Titles
1966        Dick Gorrie            3   6    0    .333   Eastern           2   5    0      4th    T   Bill Cook .................... 2
1967        Dick Gorrie            5   4    0    .556   Eastern           4   4    0      4th    T
1968        Dick Gorrie            7   2    0    .778   South Coast       5   2    0      3rd        Homer Beatty ............. 1
1969        Dick Gorrie            1   8    0    .111   South Coast       1   5    0      5th
1970        Dick Gorrie            3   6    0    .333   South Coast       3   3    0      3rd    T   Conference Titles
1971        Dick Gorrie            6   3    0    .667   South Coast       5   1    0       1st   T
1972        Dick Gorrie            7   3    0    .700   South Coast       3   2    0      2nd    T
                                                                                                     Bill Cook .................... 11
1973        Dick Gorrie            3   7    0    .300   South Coast       0   5    0      6th        Dave Ogas ................ 3
1974        Dick Gorrie            1   8    0    .111   South Coast       0   5    0      6th        Homer Beatty ............. 2
1975        Dick Gorrie            4   5    0    .444   South Coast       3   3    0      3rd    T   Dick Gorrie ................ 1
1976        Howard Black           3   6    0    .333   South Coast       2   4    0      6th    T
1977        Howard Black           1   7    1    .167   South Coast       1   5    0      6th
1978        Tim Mills              7   3    0    .700   South Coast       3   3    0      4th    T
1979        Tim Mills              7   3    0    .700   South Coast       3   3    0      3rd    T
1980        Tim Mills              6   3    1    .650   South Coast       3   3    0      4th
1981        Tim Mills              7   3    0    .700   Mission           4   2    0      2nd    T
1982        Dave Ogas              3   7    0    .300   Mission           2   4    0      5th
1983        Dave Ogas              4   6    0    .400   Mission           3   3    0      4th
1984        Dave Ogas              6   4    0    .600   Mission           6   2    0      3rd
1985        Dave Ogas              5   5    0    .500   Mission           3   5    0       6h    T
1986        Dave Ogas              6   4    0    .600   Mission           5   4    0      4th    T
1987        Dave Ogas              4   6    0    .400   Mission           3   6    0      7th    T
1988        Dave Ogas              7   3    1    .682   Mission           5   3    1      3rd
1989        Dave Ogas             10   1    0    .909   Mission           9   1    0      2nd
1990        Dave Ogas              5   5    0    .500   Mission           2   3    0      4th    T
1991        Dave Ogas              2   8    0    .200   Mission           1   4    0      5th    T
1992        Dave Ogas              3   7    0    .300   Mission           2   3    0      4th
1993        Dave Ogas              4   5    1    .450   Mission           2   3    0      3rd    T
1994        Dave Ogas              9   2    0    .818   Mission           6   0    0       1st
1995        Dave Ogas              6   5    0    .545   Mission           4   2    0      2nd    T
1996        Dave Ogas              6   4    0    .600   Mission           4   2    0      3rd
1997        Dave Ogas              8   3    0    .727   Mission           6   0    0       1st
1998        Dave Ogas              4   6    0    .400   Mission           4   1    0      2nd
1999        Dave Ogas              7   4    0    .636   Mission           4   1    0       1st   T
2000        Dave Ogas              2   8    0    .200   Mission           2   3    0      4th    T
2001        Dave Ogas              3   7    0    .300   Mission           1   4    0      4th    T
2002        Geoff Jones            2   8    0    .200   Mission           2   3    0      3rd
2003        Geoff Jones            5   5    0    .500   Mission           1   4    0      4th
1916-2003   Overall              439 347   43    .556   Conference      253 183   10     .583
#           National Champions
T           Tie
60         Individual Records


                                                                                               Career
     Record                                                                          Total          Years       Player
     Rushing Yards ........................................................... 2533                 1998-1999   Cameron King
     Carries ....................................................................... 475            1998-1999   Cameron King
     Touchdowns Rushing ................................................ 34                    20   1989-1990   Estrus Crayton
     Pass Completions ...................................................... 309                    1999-2000   Grant Wagner
     Passing Yards ............................................................ 4032                1999-2000   Grant Wagner
     Touchdown Passes .................................................... 37                       1999-2000   Grant Wagner
     Pass Receptions ........................................................ 97                    1983-1984   Zeth Verdon
     Receiving Yards ......................................................... 1650                 1883-1984   Zeth Verdon
     Touchdowns Receiving .............................................. 16                         1999-2000   Derrick Barnes
     Interceptions .............................................................. 10                1983        Brett Daley
     All-Purpose Yards ...................................................... 4062                  1989-1990   Estrus Crayton
     Touchdowns ............................................................... 42                  1989-1990   Estrus Crayton
     Points ......................................................................... 264           1989-1990   Estrus Crayton
     Extra Points ................................................................ 78               1994-1995   Casey Wilson
     Field Goals ................................................................. 20               1994-1995   Casey Wilson
     Consecutive Extra Points ........................................... 37                        1997        Anousith Wilaikul

                                                                                      Single Season
     Record                                                                         Total           Year        Player
     Carries ......................................................................... 285          1999        Cameron King
     Yards Rushing ........................................................... 1567                 1999        Cameron King
     Yards Rushing Per Game ......................................... 158.9                         1961        Keith Luhnow
     Yards Passing ............................................................ 2293                1987        Rick Burns
     Touchdowns Rushing .................................................... 19                     1999        Cameron King
     Passes Attempted ........................................................ 359                  1982        Phil Cooper
     Passes Completed ....................................................... 179                   1987        Rick Burns
                                                                                                    1982        Phil Cooper
     Completion Percentage .............................................. .671                      1997        Archie Lappin
     Touchdowns Passing ..................................................... 24                    2000        Grant Wagner
     Total Offense ............................................................. 2387               1987        Rick Burns
     Pass Receptions ............................................................ 66                2000        Derrick Barnes
     Yards Receiving ......................................................... 1128                 2000        Derrick Barnes
     Touchdown Receptions ................................................. 15                      2000        Derrick Barnes
     All-Purpose Yards ...................................................... 2116                  1990        Estrus Crayton
     Touchdowns ................................................................... 22              1990        Estrus Crayton
     Points ........................................................................... 138         1990        Estrus Crayton
     Field Goals ..................................................................... 15           1996        Jerry Arguello
     Extra points .................................................................... 50           1994        Casey Wilson
     Interceptions .................................................................. 10            1994        Brett Daley
     Unassisted Tackles ........................................................ 79                 1983        Matt Alario
     Punts .............................................................................. 69        1982        Dennis Mulford
     Yards Punting ............................................................ 2286                1974        Chris Mumford
     Punting Average ......................................................... 40.1                 1993        Brian Nurick

                                                                                     Game Records
     Record                                                                    Total                Year        Player / Game
     Yards Rushing ............................................................. 308                2001        Brandon Fischer vs. Moorpark
     Rushing Attempts ........................................................... 40                2003        Dartagnan Johnson vs. Long Beach City
     Touchdowns Rushing ...................................................... 5                    1990        Estrus Crayton vs. Mt. San Antonio
     Yards Passing .............................................................. 398               1982        Phil Cooper vs. Imperial Valley
     Yards Receiving ........................................................... 196                1984        Zeth Verdon vs. San Diego City
     All-Purpose Yards ........................................................ 418                 1984        Zeth Verdon vs. San Diego City
     Touchdown Passes .......................................................... 5                  2003        Cory Campell vs. Pasadena City
                                                                                                    2000        Grant Wagner vs. Golden West
     Pass Attempts ................................................................ 55              1987        Rick Burns vs. San Diego Mesa
     Pass Completions .......................................................... 30                 1982        Phil Cooper vs. Imperial Valley
     Consecutive Completions .............................................. 16                      1990        Rich Fanti vs. Saddleback
     Best Passing Percentage ................................... .889 (8-9)                         1999        Grant Wagner vs. Mt. San Antonio
     Points ............................................................................. 34        1948        Ed Naering vs. San Bernardino
     Touchdowns ..................................................................... 6             1924        Al Clayes vs. El Centro
     Receptions ..................................................................... 12            1984        Zeth Verdon vs. Southwestern
                                                                                                    1980        Tim Golia vs. Rio Hondo
     Touchdown Receptions ................................................... 3                     2000        Derrick Barnes vs. Golden West
                                                                                                    1995        Chad Flick vs. Pasadena
                                                                                                    1988        Trent Julian vs. San Diego Mesa
                                                                                                    1988        Paul Peters vs. Riverside
                                                                                                    1948        Ed Naering vs. San Bernardino
     Total Offense ............................................................... 452              1924        Al Clayes vs. El Centro
     Interceptions .................................................................... 4           1983        Brett Daley vs. Palomar
     Field Goals ....................................................................... 4          1982        John Talley vs. Los Angeles City
                                                                                                    2001        Agustin Gonzales vs. Golden West
     Extra Points .................................................................... 10           1994        Casey Wilson vs. Southwestern

                                                                                          Single Play
     Record                                                                 Total                   Year        Player / Game
     Longest Running Play .................................................... 90                   1949        Don Balsley vs. Santa Monica
     Longest Pass Play ......................................................... 97                 1987        Mark Dye vs. Fullerton
     Longest Kickoff Return ................................................... 97                  1946        Al Cantor vs. El Centro
     Longest Punt Return ...................................................... 95                  1941        Bill Gulley vs. Sacramento Athletic Club
                                                                                                    1938        Lynn Arnett vs. Santa Monica
     Longest Interception Return ......................................... 100                      1952        Jack Wilcox vs. Fullerton
     Longest Field Goal ......................................................... 52                1980        Charlie Packard vs. Los Angeles Harbor
                                                                                                                               Team Records    61


                                                                                         Season
Record                                                                        Total          Year
Winning Streak ............................................................... 17            1941-42
Losing Streak ................................................................... 9          1968-69, 2001-02
Yards Gained ............................................................. 4250              1994
Yards Allowed ............................................................ 4309              2000
Yards Rushing ........................................................... 2564               1962
Yards Passing ............................................................ 2806              1978
Most Points Scored ...................................................... 426                1994
Fewest Points Scored .................................................... 64                 1931
Most Points Allowed ..................................................... 359                2000
Fewest Points Allowed ................................................... 37                 1936
Shutouts ........................................................................... 8       1936
Shutouts by Opponent ..................................................... 5                 1931
Points per Game ......................................................... 42.6               1994
Points Allowed per Game ........................................... 35.9                     2000
Yards per Game ........................................................... 425               1994
Pass Completions ........................................................ 197                1982
Interceptions (for) ........................................................... 26           1988
Field Goals ..................................................................... 15         1996

                                                                                         Game
Record                                                                      Total            Year / Game
Points Scored ................................................................. 80           1924 vs. El Centro
Points Scored (both teams) ........................................... 99                    2003 vs. Pasadena City (SAC 50, PCC 49)
Total Offense ............................................................... 744            1924 vs. El Centro
Rushing Yards ............................................................. 504              1961 vs. Orange Coast
Passing Yards .............................................................. 408             1978 vs. Fullerton
Plays from Scrimmage ................................................... 89                  1992 vs. Palomar
First Downs .................................................................... 34          1998 vs. Golden West
First Downs Rushing ...................................................... 25                1961 vs. Chaffey
First Downs Passing ...................................................... 19                1980 vs. Rio Hondo
Passes Completed ......................................................... 30                1982 vs. Imperial Valley
Passes Attempted .......................................................... 55               1987 vs. San Diego Mesa
Points Scored by Opponent ........................................... 62                     1952 vs. Mt. San Antonio
Rushing Yards by Opponent ........................................ 468                       1990 vs. Fullerton
Passing Yards by Opponent ........................................ 452                       1994 vs. El Camino
Total Yards by Opponent ............................................. 617                    1990 vs. El Camino
Interceptions (for) ............................................................. 8          1982 vs. San Diego City
Yards Penalized ........................................................... 202              1982 vs. Southwestern
Attendance .............................................................. 80,000             1952 vs. Mexico City Polytechnic
Attendance (domestic) ............................................ 41,709                    1962 vs. Columbia Basin (WA) (Junior Rose Bowl)




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62      Opponent Series Records


     Opponent                        W -     L - T           LP           Opponent                            W -       L - T           LP
     Anaheim High School             1   -    0   -   0   1920            Moorpark                             3   -     1   -   0   2002
     Antelope Valley                 1   -    0   -   0   1997            Mt. San Antonio                     21   -    25   -   0   2002
     Bakersfield                     1   -    6   -   0      20
                                                          1974            Occidental Varsity/Frosh             2   -     2   -   0   1928
     Cabrillo                        2   -    0   -   0   1961            Oceanside                            2   -     0   -   0   1947
     California Berkeley Frosh       0   -    1   -   0   1939            Orange All-Stars                     5   -     0   -   0   1924
     California Christian            0   -    0   -   2   1927            Orange Coast                        25   -    27   -   1   2003
     California Lutheran JV          1   -    0   -   0   1979            Palomar                             11   -     7   -   0   2002
     California Poly San Dimas       2   -    0   -   0   1948            Pasadena City                       14   -    20   -   4   2003
     Canyons                         1   -    1   -   0   2002            Phoenix, AZ                          3   -     2   -   0   1956
     Cerritos                        9   -   11   -   1   2002            Pomona College                      10   -     2   -   3   1942
     Chaffey                        31   -   14   -   2   1979            Rio Hondo                            6   -     4   -   1   1980
     Citrus                         20   -    8   -   1   1989            Riverside                           36   -    27   -   3   2003
     Columbia Basin, WA              1   -    0   -   0   1962            Sacramento City                      0   -     1   -   0   1929
     Compton                         4   -    3   -   1   1944            Sacramento Athletic Club             1   -     0   -   0   1941
     Cypress                         4   -    2   -   0   1978            Saddleback                           5   -    18   -   0   2003
     East Los Angeles                1   -    0   -   0   1948            Salinas                              1   -     0   -   0   1937
     El Camino                       3   -    9   -   0   2003            San Bernardino                      28   -     8   -   3   1983
     El Toro Marines                 2   -    1   -   0   1959            San Diego Army/Naval Acad.           1   -     0   -   0   1925
     Ft. McArthur                    0   -    1   -   0   1944            San Diego City                      14   -     7   -   0   1989
     Fullerton                      40   -   37   -   4   2003            San Diego Mesa                      11   -    11   -   0   1997
     Glendale                        5   -    4   -   1   1966            San Diego State JV                   1   -     0   -   0   1946
     Golden West                    17   -   10   -   0   2003            San Francisco City                   0   -     1   -   0   1955
     Grossmont                       6   -    4   -   0   1987            San Mateo                            2   -     1   -   0   1941
     Hollywood                       1   -    1   -   0   1917            Santa Ana High School                0   -     0   -   1   1917
     Huntington Beach H.S.           1   -    0   -   0   1922            Santa Monica                        12   -     2   -   0   2003
     Imperial Valley/El Centro       3   -    1   -   0   1982            Santa Rosa                           1   -     0   -   0   1940
     Inyo Kern NAS                   2   -    0   -   0   1952            Southwestern                        11   -     4   -   1   1995
     La Verne Varsity/Frosh          2   -    3   -   0   1941            Stanford Frosh                       1   -     0   -   0   1937
     Little Rock, AK                 0   -    1   -   0   1949            Stockton                             0   -     1   -   0   1956
     Long Beach City                15   -   15   -   4   2003            Taft                                 3   -     0   -   1   1980
     Los Alamitos                    1   -    0   -   0   1942            Tustin High School                   1   -     0   -   0   1924
     Los Angeles City                5   -    1   -   0   1982            USS Arctic                           1   -     0   -   0   1924
     Los Angeles Harbor              1   -    0   -   0   1980            USS Saratoga                         1   -     0   -   0   1932
     Los Angeles Pierce              3   -    6   -   0   2003            UCLA Frosh                           2   -     2   -   2   1944
     Los Angeles Southwest           1   -    0   -   0   1980            UC Southern Branch                   0   -     3   -   1   1926
     Los Angeles Valley              0   -    1   -   0   1994            USC Frosh                            1   -     8   -   2   1950
     Loyola Varsity/Frosh            4   -    3   -   0   1942            Urban Military Academy               1   -     0   -   1   1933
     March Field                     1   -    0   -   0   1941            Utah Branch                          1   -     0   -   0   1946
     Menlo                           0   -    1   -   0   1930            Ventura                              1   -     0   -   0   1965
     Mexico City Poly                3   -    2   -   0   1973            West Valley                          1   -     0   -   0   1978
     Mira Costa                      1   -    0   -   0   1965            Whittier Varsity/Frosh               2   -     2   -   2   1953
     Modesto                         1   -    1   -   0   1944            (LP) - Last Played




        Bowl Game Appearances
         Year    Bowl (Site)                                                               Opponent                          Result
         1999    Strawberry Bowl (Cerritos) ......................................................... Cerritos               L, 28-14
         1997    McDonald’s Community College Bowl (Antelope Valley) ........... Antelope Valley                             W, 31-20
         1995    Upland Ford Bowl (Chaffey) ....................................................... Chaffey                  L, 29-7
         1994    Simple Green Orange County Bowl (LeBard Stadium) .............. L. A. Valley                                L, 36-28
         1989    Orange County Bowl (LeBard Stadium) ..................................... Moorpark                          W, 31-28
         1988    Orange County Pony Bowl (LeBard Stadium) ............................ Moorpark                              W, 17-10
         1965    Elks Show Bowl (San Bernardino) ............................................. Ventura                       W, 18-16
         1962    Junior Rose Bowl (Rose Bowl) ................................................... Columbia Basin (WA)        W, 20-0
         1957    Elks Show Bowl (San Bernardino) ............................................. San Diego City                W, 20-13
         1949    Junior Rose Bowl (Rose Bowl) ................................................... Little Rock (AK)           L, 25-19
                                                      BOWL RECORD: 6-4
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2003                                                1999                                              1994
A J Alaman, Bethany College (KS)                    Jeremiah Armendariz, New Haven (CT)               Angel Esparza, La Verne
Koa Bartlett, Montana Tech                          Joel Barker, Idaho                                Hector Flores, Nevada-Reno
Seneca Booth, Lindenwood Uni. (MO)                  Brandon Blackley, Central Connecticut             Simon Fuentes, Eastern Kentucky
Cory Campbell, Southwestern Okl. St.                Eric Brown, Ohio U.                               Edgar Macias, San Diego St.
Dundi Cook, Minot St. (SD)                          James Farley, Montana St.                         Roy Mendoza, La Verne
Matt Crippen, Ohio Dominian Uni.                    Peter Frousiakis, St. Johns (NY)                  Kevin Pola, Chapman
Ryan Gilles, Uni. of Lafayette-Louisiana            Camron King, Montana St.                          Marcello Royal, Fresno St.
Greg Gladd, Wagner College (NY)                     Brandon Lambert, San Jose St.                     Juan Sablo, South Carolina St.
Brian Howlett, Kansas Wesleyan Uni.                 Gabriel Padayao, St. Cloud St. (MN)               Casey Shine, Nevada-Reno
Rick Lewis, Tusculum College (TN)                   Cesar Ramirez, Alabama St.                        Brian Townsend, Chico St.
Matt Lockett, Lindenwood Uni. (MO)                  Joe Tagaloa, U. San Diego                         Ernest Wilson, Nevada-Reno
Nick Merica, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo              Sammy Uai, Concordia (MN)                         Mike Windsor, Humboldt St.
Eddie Ramos, Charleston Southern (SC)               David Wilford, Colorado                           Ed Young, Arizona St.
Art Paine, Occidental College
Todd Rigby, Brigham Young Uni. (ID)                 1998                                              1993
John Takapu, Charleston Southern (SC)
Rick Taloa, Northern Arizona Uni.                   Tait Afualo, Eastern Kentucky                     Mister Albritton, Chapman
Marc Villafuerte, UCLA                              Randall Bravo, Eastern Michigan                   Donnie Bladow, Redlands
                                                    Rob Caston, New Mexico                            George Burge, New Mexico St.
                                                    Rick Hewitson, Olivet Nazarene                    Gabe Garcia, Missouri Valley
2002                                                Archie Lappin, Western New Mexico                 Juan Garcia, Chapman
Corey Chatman, C. Missouri St.                                                                        Jesse Gomez, USC
Kelly Coburn, U. of Charleston (W. VA)              1997                                              Jose Gonzalez, UNLV
Aka Fox, U. of Hawaii                                                                                 Kwabene Idelette, Murray St. (KY)
Dan Hanaumi, Ottawa U. (KS)                         Kevin Cole, Western Washington                    Brian Nurick, Moorehead St. (MN)
Ricardo Moreno, Mayville St. (ND)                   Dan DeClark, Western New Mexico St.
                                                    Aaron Kenney, Lenoir-Rhyne (SC)
Jesse Romeo, U. of Charleston (W.VA)                                                                  1992
Josh Short, Ottawa U. (KS)                          Tony Magliocco, Eastern Illinois
Tyran Slaughter, S. Dakota State U.                 Kody Miller, Pittsburgh                           Kaio Aumua, Texas-El Paso
                                                    Alex Pula, Azusa Pacific                          Dedric Bentley, Humboldt St.
Darnell Smith, C. Missouri St.
Darren Wagoner, Ottawa U. (KS)                      Sam Purcell, Azusa Pacific                        Acen Chiles, Pacific (OR)
                                                    Tramel Robinson, West Texas St.                   Mark Flatten, Missouri Valley
                                                    Ed Romo, Chapman                                  Tony Gonzalez, Eastern New Mexico
2001                                                Sam Stremick, SMU                                 Scott Nelson, San Francisco St.
Mark Cook, Baker University (KS)                    Matt Welch, USC                                   Nick Petronis, Utah
Tim Fairfield, Kansas Wesleyan U.                                                                     Joe Polman, Lewis and Clark (OR)
Thomas Filemu, Northern Michigan U.                 1996                                              Auega Tali, Eastern New Mexico
Rene German, Chapman U.                                                                               Oscar Wilson, Cal State Northridge
Kris Hall, Wagner College (NY)                      Jerry Arguello, Utah St.
Chad Kalilimoku, U. of Hawaii                       Tony D’Amato, Utah St.
Noel Lopez, U. of Redlands                          Jon Daniels, Azusa Pacific                        1991
Sinali Manu, Rocky Mountain (MT)                    Chris Dixon, Whittier                             Juan Acuna, San Francisco St.
Sione Manu, Bethany College (KS)                    Scott Fergus, Oregon                              Gary Bladow, Northern Arizona
Aaron Milroy, Kansas Wesleyan U.                    Kris Fisher, UNLV                                 Damon Bland, Cal State Fullerton
Michael Renteria, West Virginia Tech                Matt Mitchell, Humboldt St.                       Bryan Corbin, Lewis and Clark (OR)
Tommy Roberts, Saginaw Valley St. (MI)              Mike Ogas, Cal State Northridge                   Rich Fanti, Cal State Fullerton
Thomas Talavou, Rocky Mountain (MT)                 Robert Purcell, Azusa Pacific                     Michael Greene, Idaho
Andy Westphal, Ottawa U. (KS)                                                                         Kendrick Isles, San Francisco St.
                                                    1995                                              Trent Julian, Arizona St.
                                                                                                      David Knorr, San Francisco St.
2000                                                George Arceo, Oklahoma St.                        Tony Pena, Oklahoma
James Aldana, Chapman U.                            Chad Flick, San Diego St.                         Ricky Robinson, San Francisco St.
                                                    Steve Hoalton, Chapman
Derrick Barnes, UNLV                                                                                  Gerard Rice, Chico St.
Bobby Brand, U. of La Verne                         Andre Holmes, Fairmont St. (WV)                   Scott Strini, Northern Arizona
David Hatch, UC Davis                               Kent Miller, UC Davis                             Myrond Williams, San Francisco St.
                                                    Jason Pacourek, New Haven (CT)
Brandon Lewis, W. Virginia Tech
C. Brandon Lewis, Sacramento St.                    Rob Petko, Chapman
Scott McMahon, U. of Buffalo                        Ace Riggins, Hawaii                               1990
                                                    Mark Rommel, Utah St                              Steve Calhoun, New Mexico St.
Luis Renteria, Eastern Oregon U.
Elia Tauala, U. of Utah                             Fred Romo, Chapman                                Brian Chodowski, Portland St. (OR)
Grant Wagner, Adams St.                             James Stewart, San Diego St.                      Estrus Crayton, USC
                                                    Casey Wilson, Central Michigan                    Danny Hooker, Cornell (NY)
Steve Warfield, Champan U.
                                                    Allen Witten, Chapman                             Brian Hunter, Chico St.
                                                                                                      Scott McMahon, Chico St.
                                                                                                      Mike Noble, Idaho
                                                                                                      Phil Skinner, Chico St.
                                                                                                      Dave Spoolstra, Chico St.
                                                                                                      George Tuioti, New Mexico St.
                                                                                                      Richard Valenzuela, Chico St.



   Dons in the Pros
   Duane Allen .................................. Rams, Bears                 Bill Henry ...................................... CFL
   Frank Andruski ............................. CFL                           Walter Johnson ............................ Browns
   Bob Bryant .................................... 49ers                      Jerome Lawson ............................ Bills
   Al Carmichael ............................... Packers, Broncos             Keith Luhnow ................................ 49ers
   Paul Cleary ................................... Chi. Hornets, NY Yankees   Dunn Marteen ............................... Montreal (CFL)
   Estrus Crayton .............................. Edmonton (CFL), Germany      Craig McEwen .............................. Redskins, Chargers
   Don Davis ..................................... Giants                     Joe Mitchell .................................. 49ers, Colts
   Jerry Dyer ..................................... 49ers                     John Pitts ...................................... Bills
   Keith Denson ................................ Jets                         Earl Parsons ................................. 49ers
   Bob Frasco ................................... Italy                       Ray Willsey ................................... Edmonton (CFL)
   David Frye .................................... Falcons                    Scott Wood ................................... San Jose (Arena)
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