UC Davis guard Sean Davies and punter Colton Schmidt were announced as first-team All-Big Sky Conference football selections Tuesday morning.
Aggies linebacker Jordan Glass was named to the second team. Seven UCD players wide receiver Corey Galindo, center Ray Wilburn, tight end Taylor Sloat, fullback Dalton Turay, defensive tackle Andrew Benjamin, linebacker Byron Gruendl and cornerback Jonathan Perkins were honorable mentions.
Eleven Sacramento State players received Big Sky honors.
Hornets wide receiver Morris Norisse, guard Tyler Worthley and cornerback Osagie Odiase were second-team picks.
Quarterback Garrett Safron, tight end T.J. Knowles, running back Ezekiel Graham, defensive tackle Matt Lawrence, defensive end Avery White, linebackers Todd Davis and Jeff Badger and safety Ryan McMahon were honorable mentions.
Hornets' Garrity honored
Sac State point guard Dylan Garrity was named Big Sky co-Player of the Week with Northern Arizona's DeWayne Russell.
In wins over Cal State Bakersfield and Utah, Garrity averaged 20 points and six assists. He also shot 69.2 percent (9 for 13) from the floor, going 5 for 8 on three-pointers.
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