SEAN LUIGS NAMED TO MEN'S SOCCER DIV. I ALL FAR-WEST TEAM
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Sacramento State senior forward Sean Luigs was named to the Div. I All-Far West second team Thursday. Luigs joins former Hornet Joe Enochs (1991) as the only Sacramento State players to receive All-Far West Region honors.
Senior forward Sean Luigs
In his final season with the program, Luigs helped lead Sacramento State to its first postseason appearance in the Div. I era (1991-present) and its first regular season conference title. The Hornets also concluded the regular season with their most conference wins and best overall finish since joining the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation in 1992. Sacramento State set new team records for ties in a season (4), overtime matches (8) and conference wins (4) while tying the program record for unbeaten streak on the road (3) and overall unbeaten streak (4).
Luigs, who was also selected first team all-MPSF, led the Hornets with eight goals, four assists, 20 points, three game-winning goals and three penalty-kick goals in 2001. His numbers place him tied for fourth in goals and tied for fifth in points among the conference''s statistical leaders. Over his career, the Stockton, Calif., native started 43 of 54 contests while recording 18 goals, eight assists and 42 points. He ends his Hornet career tied for third in goals (8) and tied for fifth in points (20) in the Sacramento State single-season record book. He also ranks third in goals (18) and fourth in points (42) in the program''s career record book. Luigs was a second team all-MPSF selection in 2000.