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  11/19/19 - Pete GuerrierorJr/2021, Monmouth (NJ), 5-09, 195 (DS#39 RB) + More +

  NOV 18 BIG SOUTH CO-OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Monmouth running back Pete Guerriero (Lyndhurst, N.J.) rushed for a career-high 237 yards with three touchdowns, and caught three passes for 66 yards and a score in leading the Hawks to a 47-10 win at Campbell to clinch at least a share of the Big South Championship and the league's automatic bid to the FCS Playoffs. He scored on runs of 57, 75 and 2 yards, and also took a screen pass 50 yards to the house. Guerriero averaged 7.3 yards per rush and finished with 303 all-purpose yards. Also nominated for Offensive Player of the Week: Jalen Kelsey (Campbell) and Kendrick Bell (Charleston Southern). - Big South Football

(DS#39 RB) rJr/2021 RB Pete GuerrieroMonmouth (NJ)
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  11/19/19 - DaQuan GrimesSr/2020, Monmouth (NJ), 5-11, 210 (DS#999 OLB) + More +

  NOV 18 BIG SOUTH DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Monmouth linebacker Da'Quan Grimes (Gaithersburg, Md.) posted a career-high 18 tackles at Campbell, which included two for loss in addition to a fumble recovery in Hawks' territory. His takeaway led to a Monmouth touchdown on the next play as MU went ahead for good. Also nominated for Defensive Player of the Week: Justice Galloway-Velazquez (Campbell), Anton Williams (Charleston Southern), Demetrius Pettway (Kennesaw State) and Colby Campbell (Presbyterian). - Big South Football

(DS#999 OLB) Sr/2020 OLB DaQuan GrimesMonmouth (NJ)
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  11/18/19 - Pete GuerrierorJr/2021, Monmouth (NJ), 5-09, 195 (DS#39 RB) + More +

  NOV 18 STATS FCS NATIONAL OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Pete Guerriero, Monmouth, RB, R-Jr., 5-10, 190, Lyndhurt, New Jersey,...Guerriero racked up 303 yards from scrimmage and scored four touchdowns as Monmouth beat Campbell 47-10 to clinch the Big South's automatic bid to the FCS playoffs and at least a share of the conference title for the first time. He carried the ball 30 times for a career-high 237 yards, scoring on runs of 57, 2 and 75 yards. He also had three receptions for 66 yards, including a 50-yard score.

Honorable Mention: Jordan Bentley, RB, Alabama A&M; Mitch Brott, LT, Montana State; Domenic Cozier, RB, Holy Cross; D.J. Davis, RB, Southern Illinois; Tyray Devezin, RB, Mercer; Shelton Eppler, QB, Northwestern State; Danley Exilhomme, RB, Central Connecticut State; Izaiah Gathings, WR, Gardner-Webb; Isaiah Hill, WR, Eastern Illinois; Quay Holmes, RB, ETSU; Jah-Maine Martin, RB, North Carolina A&T; Kurt Rawlings, QB, Yale; Ladarius Skelton, QB, Southern; Samori Toure, WR, Montana; Donovan Williams, RB, Sam Houston State. - STATS FCS Football


(DS#39 RB) rJr/2021 RB Pete GuerrieroMonmouth (NJ)
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  11/16/19 - Pete GuerrierorJr/2021, Monmouth (NJ), 5-09, 195 (DS#39 RB) + More +

  Pete Guerriero rushed for 237 yards and three touchdowns and he added three catches for 66 yards and a score as Monmouth overpowered Campbell 47-10 on Saturday. Campbell jumped out to a 7-0 lead on Bryant Barr's 7-yard TD run, but it was all Hawks (9-2, 5-0 Big South Conference) after that. Guerriero put Monmouth ahead for good when he raced 57 yards for a score on first down, giving the Hawks a 10-7 lead. Kenji Bahar hit Lonnie Moore IV for a 36-yard score and a 17-7 lead. Colin Gary's 37-yard field goal pulled the Fighting Camels (6-4, 3-2) within 17-10 at halftime.

Guerriero didn't let up in the second half - scoring on runs of 2 and 75 yards - and adding a 50-yard TD catch from Bahar as the Hawks put the game out of reach. Behar finished 11-of-20 passing for 205 yards and two scores. Monmouth piled up 538 yards of offense, while holding Campbell to 277. Hajj-Malik Williams completed 16 of 27 passes for 169 yards with an interception for the Fighting Camels. - AP College Football


(DS#39 RB) rJr/2021 RB Pete GuerrieroMonmouth (NJ)
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  11/12/19 - Kenji BaharrSr/2020, Monmouth (NJ), 6-3, 190 (DS#34 QB) + More +

  NOV 11 BIG SOUTH CO-OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Monmouth quarterback Kenji Bahar (Baltimore, Md.) tied a career-high with five touchdown passes while throwing for 319 yards in the Hawks' 49-38 win over North Alabama. He was 27-of-36 passing (=75.0 percent) and posted a 189.71 pass efficiency rating. Bahar ran for 24 yards and finished the afternoon with 343 yards of offense. Also nominated for Offensive Player of the Week: Hajj-Malik Williams (Campbell) and Darius Douglas (Charleston Southern). - Big South Football

(DS#34 QB) rSr/2020 QB Kenji BaharMonmouth (NJ)
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  11/11/19 - Pete GuerrierorJr/2021, Monmouth (NJ), 5-09, 195 (DS#39 RB) + More +

  2019 WALTER PAYTON AWARD WATCHLIST ADDITION: RB Pete Guerriero, Monmouth,...Guerriero is currently second in the NCAA in total rushing yards with an already career-high 1,099 through nine games. He has churned out five 100-yard performances and his 122.1 rushing yards per game is fourth in the NCAA. Guerriero ranks in the top 20 in a number of categories including rushing touchdowns, yards per carry and all-purpose yards. The Lyndhurst, NJ native currently ranks second in Monmouth history in rushing with 3,078 yards while his 26 career touchdowns is sixth all-time.

He also ranks second in school history with 16 100+ yard rushing games and his 221 yards rushing against Charleston Southern is the fourth most in a single game for a Hawk. His career mark of rushing yards per game is third among active players while his 3,078 is fourth. He also ranks fourth in rushes per game, 10th in total rushes and total plays and 13th in all-purpose yards. - Monmouth/STATS FCS Football


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  11/09/19 - Kenji BaharrSr/2020, Monmouth (NJ), 6-3, 190 (DS#34 QB) + More +

  Kenji Bahar threw five touchdown passes and became Monmouth's all-time TD passing leader in a 49-38 win over North Alabama on Saturday. Bahar threw for 319 yards and completed 27-of-36 passing attempts. Quentin Parham and Lonnie Moore IV each caught a pair of touchdowns and Terrance Greene Jr. caught one to go along with 125 receiving yards with nine receptions. Bahar entered the game with 57 scoring passes and was one behind previous record holder Brian Boland. Bahar owns six Monmouth passing records, and with his next game played will tie Boland in that department with 44.

The Hawks (8-2, 4-0 Big South) led 14-7 at halftime and took control in the third. Devell Jones scored on 3-yard TD run to open the second half. Following a North Alabama (3-6 Independent) field goal, Bahar connected with Parham on a 61-yard scoring pass and Moore on a 21-yarder. In the fourth, Jones ran it in from two yards out to make it 49-24 with 53 seconds remaining. Christian Lopez threw for 383 yards and three TDs for the Lions. - AP College Football


(DS#34 QB) rSr/2020 QB Kenji BaharMonmouth (NJ)
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  11/04/19 - Kenji BaharrSr/2020, Monmouth (NJ), 6-3, 190 (DS#34 QB) + More +

  NOV 4 BIG SOUTH OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Monmouth quarterback Kenji Bahar (Baltimore, Md.) guided the Monmouth offense to 517 yards in the Hawks' 45-21 win at nationally-ranked Kennesaw State. He totaled 424 yards of offense and two touchdowns against a defense that entered the game allowing just 259.0 yards and 14.3 points. Bahar was 20-of-27 passing for 332 yards with a 92-yard touchdown strike, and also ran for 92 yards - including a 65-yard scoring run. Also nominated for Offensive Player of the Week: Johnathan Hawkins (Campbell), Jack Chambers (Charleston Southern) and Shai McKenzie (Hampton). - Big South Football

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  11/02/19 - Kenji BaharrSr/2020, Monmouth (NJ), 6-3, 190 (DS#34 QB) + More +

  Kenji Bahar threw for 332 yards and a touchdown, scored on a 65-yard run and Monmouth shocked Kennesaw State 45-21 on Saturday in a showdown of teams with perfect Big South Conference records. The Hawks scored 42 unanswered points on six possessions to defeat the the No. 5 FCS team, their first win in five games in the series. Monmouth (7-2, 4-0), was trailing 7-3 before Devell Jones scored on a pair of short touchdown runs. Peter Guerriero followed with a 10-yard scoring run before Tymere Berry's 41-yard interception return with a minute left in the first half made it 31-7.

Bahar and Zach Tredway then hooked up on a 92-yard catch-and-run before Bahar's big run. Bahar finished with 92 yards rushing on just six carries and completed 20 of 27 passes. Guerriero, who entered the game as the first FCS back over 1,000 yards, finished with 77 on 21 carries. Tredway had 162 yards on seven receptions. While the Hawks piled up 517 yards, the Owls (7-2, 2-1) had 407, but 110 came on two big touchdown plays after they trailed 45-7. Kennesaw State's two quarterbacks were 2-of-15 passing for 55 yards while the 50-yard touchdown pass went from halfback Bronson Rechsteiner to Shaquil Terry. - AP College Football


(DS#34 QB) rSr/2020 QB Kenji BaharMonmouth (NJ)
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  10/29/19 - Pete GuerrierorJr/2021, Monmouth (NJ), 5-09, 195 (DS#39 RB) + More +

  OCT 28 BIG SOUTH OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Monmouth running back Pete Guerriero (Lyndhurst, N.J.) rushed for a career-high 221 yards on 22 carries (10.05 yards per rush) with a 42-yard touchdown run in the Hawks' 35-13 win at Charleston Southern. He had seven rushes for longer than 10 yards -- including a 63-yarder that set up Monmouth's third TD of the day, and gained 150 in the second half. Guerriero was responsible for nine first downs (eight rushing) on the night. Also nominated for Offensive Player of the Week: Johnathan Hawkins (Campbell) and Daniel David (Kennesaw State). - Big South Football

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  10/27/19 - Pete GuerrierorJr/2021, Monmouth (NJ), 5-09, 195 (DS#39 RB) + More +

  Pete Guerriero ran for 221 yards and a score and Kenji Bahar threw three touchdown passes and Monmouth beat Charleston Southern 35-13 on Saturday. Guerriero averaged 10-yards per carry on the day. Almost half his yardage total occurred on two plays, one a 63-yard jaunt and the other a 42-yard touchdown run with 5:08 left to play that put the Hawks (6-2, 3-0 Big South) up 35-6. Monmouth led 14-6 at intermission and two third quarter scores sealed the win. Devell Jones scored on a 4-yard run to end a seven-play, 88-yard drive. Near the end of the third, Bahar threw an 8-yard scoring pass to Shawn Clark. Bahar finished with 194 yards passing. Jack Chambers led the Buccaneers (2-6, 0-2) with 231 yards passing and rushed for 92 yards on nine carries and a touchdown. - AP College Football

(DS#39 RB) rJr/2021 RB Pete GuerrieroMonmouth (NJ)
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  10/22/19 - Kenji BaharrSr/2020, Monmouth (NJ), 6-3, 190 (DS#34 QB) + More +

  OCT 21 BIG SOUTH OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Monmouth quarterback Kenji Bahar (Baltimore, Md.) was 20-of-26 passing (76.9 percent) for 327 yards and two touchdowns, and ran for another score in leading the Hawks' to a 49-28 win over Gardner-Webb. He directed an offense that amassed 599 yards, threw touchdown passes of 42 and 22 yards, and also had a 50-yard completion on the day. Bahar scored on a 5-yard run, finished with 347 yards of offense and posted a 207.95 quarterback efficiency rating. Also nominated for Offensive Player of the Week: Jalen Kelsey (Campbell), Jamari Dunbar (Charleston Southern) and Tommy Bryant (Kennesaw State). - Big South Football

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  10/19/19 - Kenji BaharrSr/2020, Monmouth (NJ), 6-3, 190 (DS#34 QB) + More +

  Kenji Bahar threw two touchdown passes and ran for another score as Monmouth rolled past Gardner-Webb 49-28 on Saturday. Bahar was 20-of-26 passing for 327 yards for the Hawks (5-2, 2-0 Big South Conference). Pete Guerriero ran for 186 yards and two touchdowns and Devell Jones also rushed for a pair of scores. Monmouth outgained the Runnin' Bulldogs 599-360 yards. Bahar capped the Hawks' 10-play, 81-yard opening drive with a 42-yard touchdown throw to Terrance Greene. Greene pulled down a 22-yard scoring pass from Bahar late in the second quarter and Jones ran for a touchdown just before the break and the Hawks were up 21-7 at halftime. Guerriero broke for touchdown runs of 58 and 65 yards in the third, giving Monmouth a 42-21 advantage with 4:28 left in the quarter. Kalen Whitlow had 164 yards and three scores passing for Gardner-Webb (3-4, 1-1). - AP College Football

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  10/12/19 - Kenji BaharrSr/2020, Monmouth (NJ), 6-3, 190 (DS#34 QB) + More +

  Kenji Bahar threw three touchdown passes and Monmouth blanked winless Presbyterian College, 45-0 in the Hawks' Big South Conference opener on Saturday afternoon. Monmouth has won four of six conference games with the Blue Hose, who will join the non-scholarship Pioneer Football League beginning next fall. Bahar connected with Lonnie Moore IV for a 1-yard touchdown on the final play of a 16-14 win over Wagner College last week, and the pair combined to cap the opening drive against Presbyterian, this time from 14-yards out.

Pete Guerriero ran 48-yards for a score and after Presbyterian fumbled at its own 2-yard line, Devell Jones punched in to make it 21-0 in the first quarter. Jones added a 5-yard touchdown in the second quarter and Bahar hit Shawn Clark from 36-yards out to make it 38-0 at intermission. Bahar hit Terrance Greene Jr. for a 20-yard touchdown early in the third quarter to complete the scoring. Bahar completed 16 of 23 passes for 233 yards while Guerriero carried 11 times for 81. Monmouth (4-2) held Presbyterian (0-6) to just 136 total yards. - AP College Football


(DS#34 QB) rSr/2020 QB Kenji BaharMonmouth (NJ)
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  10/06/19 - Kenji BaharrSr/2020, Monmouth (NJ), 6-3, 190 (DS#34 QB) + More +

  Kenji Bahar directed a 12-play 71-yard last-chance drive, and Lonnie Moore IV scored the winning touchdown after he bounced off a defender before rolling into the end zone, lifting Monmouth to a 16-14 come-from behind win at Wagner Saturday night. Facing fourth-and-goal at the 1, Bahar, rolling to his right, threw a short slant to Moore, who caught it at the 5, caromed off a would-be tackler and rolled into the end zone with the game-winner with 23 seconds remaining.

The Hawks (3-2) had trailed ever since Wagner (1-5) scored early in the fourth to take a 14-10 lead. Bahar completed six of seven passes on the final drive, ran for a first down and survived a sack and a tackle for loss. He finished 25-for-38 for 216 yards. Moore caught seven passes for 77 yards; Zach Tredway caught nine for 74 yards. Monmouth gained 352 yards of offense to Wagner's 191. The Hawks were flagged for 113 yards of penalties. - AP College Football


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