5 - Adam Owens|
|Previous School:||Jesuit HS|
AS A SENIOR (2008)
Started all 19 matches for the Hornets at center back...earned second team all-MPSF honors...became the school's career leader in matches played, seeing the pitch in 74 matches for the Green and Gold, while making 60 starts...MPSF All-Academic honoree.
AS A JUNIOR (2007)
Earned first team all-MPSF honors for the second straight season...started all 19 games, while spending virtually all season on the field...was the Hornets’ defensive leader on the field, while also provided a punch to Sacramento State’s set pieces in the offensive third...tallied the first goal of his career against San Jose State on Oct. 7...also racked up two assists, marking the first four points of his career.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2006)
Easily the team’s most consistent player throughout the season...was the only player on the roster to start all 19 matches...the team’s best tackler, took over a starting role as one of the team’s central defenders, anchoring the back line...was named to the MPSF first team for the first time his career...also proved be a dangerous scoring threat in the air and on set pieces, taking seven shots during the year...was named to the Cal Legacy Classic all-tournament team.
AS A FRESHMAN (2005)
Played in 17 matches with three starts...as the season progressed, he saw more time on the field as a defensive midfielder and as a central defender...had his biggest match as a Hornet, starting in the central defense and playing the majority of the match in a 1-1 tie with second-ranked New Mexico, helping shut down the Lobos.
A 2005 graduate of Jesuit High School in Carmichael, Calif...played four seasons of soccer for the Marauders under head coach Paul Rose...in 2004, he served as the team captain and after the season was named co-MVP...during his senior year, he started on the back line as Jesuit allowed less than half a goal per game...on their way to the national championship in 2004, the Marauders also won the regional and section championships...lists his greatest athletic performance in a 2-1 victory over Chamanade in the 2004 Great Midwest Classic Championship game...his senior season, he also earned first team all-Delta League honors...the same year, he received the St. Thomas B. Moore Award for integrity...he was also named athlete of the month and made the honor roll...from 2001-03, he played shooting guard for the basketball team...for two seasons, he was a member of the Placer United Prestige...he served as team captain while the team was a State Cup finalist in 2005...helped shut out Balistic in a 1-0 victory in the State Cup semifinals...also helped lead his club team to the Cal Cup Championships in 2001, 2003 and 2004...his team also won the District VI league championship in 2003 and 2004 while making the semifinals of the Presidents Day Cup and US Club National Cup.
Born March 22, 1987...parents are Larry and Deborah Owens...major is business...would like to enter real estate after graduation.