Freshman running back Isaac Bausley earned his first Hancock Student-Athlete of the Week award for his breakout performance. Bausley rushed for a career-high 124 yards on 20 carries and scored two touchdowns. He scored Hancock’s first two touchdowns in the Bulldogs’ 31-3 conference-opening win at Santa Barbara City College. Bausley had 46 rushing yards on 11 carries headed into the SBCC game. The Nipomo High School graduate led Hancock’s ground attack that finished with 296 rushing yards in the Bulldogs’ first win over SBCC since 2012.
2017-18 HANCOCK STUDENT-ATHLETES OF THE WEEK
October 9-15: Isaac Bausley, Football:
October 2-8: Meagan Coyne, Water Polo: Coyne racked up 13 goals, eight assists and five steals to help the women’s water polo team go 3-2 last week. The sophomore scored four times and had two assists in Hancock’s 10-7 victory over Ventura College. With the game tied 7-7, Coyne scored the final three goals of the game to secure Hancock’s first win in program history over Ventura. The Righetti High School graduate was the team’s leading scorer in all three victories. During a two-day tournament hosted by Ventura later in the week, the sophomore scored four goals in Hancock’s 9-8 win over Palomar and added three more the Bulldogs’ 13-3 victory over El Camino.
Sept. 25 - Oct. 1: Basiru Jobe, Football: Jobe earned his first Hancock Athlete of the Week award with a historic performance. The sophomore recorded 20 total tackles in the football team's 50-35 win over Santa Ana last Saturday. The linebacker made 13 solo stops and 4.5 tackles for lost yardage, including 1.5 sacks. The 20 sacks broke the program record for most tackles in a single-game of 19 previously held by Willie Iribarren, who had 19 stops agains Santa Ana in 2014, and Anthony Johnson, who recorded 19 tackles against Canyons in 2012.
Sept. 18-24: Migel Gomez, Men's Soccer: The sophomore earned Western State Conference Athlete of the Week honors after helping the men's soccer team win four straight games. Gomez, a Cabrillo High School graduate, had one goal and three asists in three Hancock road wins last week. Gomez, an all-conference pick as a freshman, finished with 10 goals and a team-high 11 assists in 2016.