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Volume 91 (Fall 2018 - Spring 2019)

Women's Basketball Wins Third-Straight Game

W Basketball 12.05.18Behind a career-high 25 points from junior guard Sierra Green, Women’s Basketball won their third-straight game on Sunday afternoon, defeating George Washington 55-51 in Washington D.C.

Junior guard Emani Clough contributed a season-high 19 points and six rebounds as the only other player in double-figures for the Hawks. Junior forward Alexa Middleton scored seven points and corralled four rebounds, while senior center Erica Balman grabbed eight boards. Monmouth had only five players register points in the contest.

“I felt this was our best performance of the year so far,” said Head Coach Jody Craig. “We came in with an aggressive mindset hoping that we could create some turnovers and limit their three-point looks. I thought our defense on their top three scorers was outstanding, holding them to just 25 points combined. We also had composure down the stretch, with Sierra [Green] and Emani [Clough] making key plays.”

Monmouth took a quick 3-0 lead on a Clough three, but allowed six-straight points to the Colonials. At the first quarter media timeout, the Hawks reclaimed the lead on five-straight points from Clough, 8-6. Monmouth ended the first quarter on a 14-6 scoring run after being down 6-2. Clough finished with 11 points in the first ten minutes.

George Washington opened the second quarter on a 10-0 scoring run, jumping out to a five-point lead, 22-17. The Hawks brought the deficit within one with 4:44 remaining in the half on two-consecutive steals and layups. Monmouth continued their push back, taking a 30-27 lead into the half.

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Senior Spotlight: Football's Reggie White Jr.

Football 12.05.18Reggie White Jr., set the all-time career reception and receiving records at Monmouth University and in the Big South conference, and is a finalist for the Walter Payton Award.

“Most people come in wanting to be like somebody, but I had the mentality of being better,” said White Jr. Miles Austin,  Chris Hogan, Neal Sterling, Hakeem Valles, Darnell Leslie, and Mike Basile are all Monmouth University football historians/legends, but you must not forget to add White to the wall of fame.

The 6’3” Baltimore, Maryland native wide receiver understands the importance of dedication in anything that you do. “Football taught me a lot of life lessons, teaching me how to trust the process when you have your ups and downs”, said White Jr. “If you keep working hard, it is going to pay off one day.”

White Jr. understands the importance of patience from playing no games his freshman year to becoming a four-time all-conference, third team preseason All-American, and national record-breaker. “My freshman year was a time for me to grow as a student of the game becoming familiar with the playbook and physically preparing my body for a new level of football,” said White Jr.

It is White Jr.’s father, Reggie White Sr., who influenced him to play football. “My father basically put the football in my hand,” White Jr. said. White Sr. is a former defensive tackle for the New England Patriots, San Diego Chargers, and New York Jets. Drafted by the San Diego Chargers in the sixth round in 1992, White Sr. went to the Super Bowl in 1995.

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Men's Swimming Finishes Second in ECAC Championships

M Swimming 12.05.18Men’s Swimming placed second at the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Winter Championships and the women’s team finished in seventh at the Nassau County Aquatics Center in East Meadow, NY last weekend.

Head Coach Matt Nunnally said that the program’s performance over the weekend was impressive. “The championship meet format is a good test for the team in advance of the MAAC (Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference) Championships. Swimming multiple events over several sessions helps with our preparation for February,” he said.

Freshman Callan Smith continued his dominant rookie season as he was named Swimmer of the Meet after winning three individual races with a record-setting time in each as well as being a part of a winning medley relay team.

Smith set new Monmouth records as he won both the 100 and 200-yard backstroke in respective times of 50.28 and 1:49.98. The freshman was also victorious in the 500-yard freestyle with a record-setting time of 4:32.33.

Though he came in second place, Smith set another Monmouth record of 1:40.46 in the 200-yard freestyle.

Men’s Swimming was victorious in the 400-yard medley relay as Smith, junior Austin D’Angelo, and freshmen Dylan Barkhuizen and Valance Washington finished in 3:26.39, a new record.

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Upcoming Games 11-28-18

Wednesday, Nov. 28

Men’s Basketball at Kentucky

Rupp Arena

Lexington, KY 8:30 p.m.


Friday, Nov. 30

M/W Swimming

ECAC Championship

Nassau County Aquatics Center

East Meadow, NY 8:00 a.m.

M/W Track & Field

OceanFirst Bank Center Classic

OceanFirst Bank Center

West Long Branch, NJ 6:00 p.m.

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Men's Basketball Falls to Princeton, Remains Winless

M Basketball 11.28.18Men’s Basketball fell to 0-7 on the season after losing 60-57 to the Princeton Tigers on Saturday afternoon.

The Hawks led by as many as 12 points in the second half but the Tigers won late after hitting three three-pointers in the last three minutes.

“You have to take your hat off to Princeton,” said Head Coach King Rice. “We knew it would be a battle like this and their main dude hits three threes down the stretch. We didn’t get out to him hard enough, he shoots him and they go in so a lot of credit to Princeton. With our team, we keep finding ways to not finish and we’re going to keep working hard.”

In the first half, the Hawks started off strong. After trading baskets in the first minute, Monmouth went on an 8-0 run to take a 10-2 lead. They went into the first media timeout up 10-4.

The Hawks were up by 12 late in the first half with just over a minute left, but Princeton went on a 5-0 run to lower the deficit to only seven points.

The Blue and White went into halftime with a 27-20 lead, their largest halftime lead of the season.

Monmouth was able to hold Princeton to 30 percent shooting in the first half.

The Hawks were up by as many as 12 points twice in the second half, but Princeton went on a 24-11 run to give them their first lead of the night at 52-51 with 3:38 left in the game.

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Swimming Combines for Three Wins at Manhattan

Swimming 11.28.18Men’s and Women’s Swimming tasted success in their most recent meet; both teams defeated Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) rivals Manhattan while the women additionally topped Siena on Nov. 17 at Fieldston High School in Riverdale, NY.

“Today was an exciting day for the swimming program,” said Head Coach Matt Nunnally. “The team came ready to compete and their focus showed right from the start.”

Freshmen Callan Smith and Camryn McHugh added to their successful maiden campaigns; they both won three individual races and were a part of winning relay teams.

In the 1000-yard freestyle, Smith broke the team record, which he had previously set himself. He came in first at 9:42.39.

Additionally, the freshman won the 500-yard freestyle and the 200-yard backstroke, putting him up to 17 first-place finishes on the season. Smith earned MAAC Male Swimmer of the Week recognition for his efforts.

McHugh was victorious in both the 100 and 200-yard backstroke. In winning the 100-yard fly, she set a new team record with a time of 58.85.

McHugh’s performance in Monmouth’s winning weekend saw her named MAAC Female Swimmer of the Week for the second time this season.

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Senior Spotlight: Georgia Garden Bachop

FH 11.28.18New Zealand is known for Lord of the Rings, rugby, and its large amount of sheep farms. It also happens to be the birthplace of Field Hockey’s senior forward Georgia Garden Bachop.

Hailing from Wellington, the picturesque capital city of the country, Garden Bachop was born to be an athlete. Her family was full of talented rugby players and those athletic traits were passed on to her. But her passion for field hockey comes from her aunt.

“My family is big into rugby in New Zealand,” said Garden Bachop. “My aunt is the one who played field hockey and for my fifth birthday gave me a field hockey stick and said go play field hockey not rugby. I played for her team since I was five and all the way through high school up to today.”

Her high school years were spent playing a variety of sports such as rugby, volleyball, and handball. Yet her aptitude seemed to lean towards field hockey as the accolades would suggest.

Garden Bachop even represented her country, competing for a spot in the New Zealand U-18 squad as a teenager.

As her high school career was coming to an end, Garden Bachop began to look for opportunities to expand her horizons. One idea was to compete in the United States.

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Women's Basketball Ends Losing Streak, Wins Two

W Basketball 11.28.18After trailing 45-43 with 3:56 left to play, Women’s Basketball outscored Sacred Heart 11-5 the rest of the way to earn their second consecutive victory, 55-50, on Sunday afternoon.

Junior guard Emani Clough led Monmouth with a season-high 12 points, including ten in the final 2:34.

The Hawks had two other players in double-figures; freshman forward Lucy Thomas scored 11 and junior guard Sierra Green finished with ten. Thomas also added eight rebounds.

“We’re practicing well enough to start winning and are starting to put together positive possessions on both ends of the floor,” said Head Coach Jody Craig. “It takes all of the facets of the game to get a victory.”

Monmouth jumped out to a 9-1 lead in the first quarter, which garnered a Sacred Heart timeout. The Pioneers began to string together a few possessions, but the Hawks maintained a seven-point edge after ten minutes, 17-10. Sacred Heart’s 9-0 run in the second quarter gave them their first lead of the game as they outscored Monmouth 15-6 in the second ten minutes to go into the half leading 25-23.

Two consecutive steals and baskets put Monmouth back in front late in the third quarter, 35-34, but a Sacred Heart three to end the quarter gave them the lead back going into the final ten minutes of regulation.

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Upcoming Games 11-14-18

Thursday, Nov.15

Men's Basketball vs West Virginia
Myrtle Beach Invitational
Conway, SC 7:00 p.m.

Friday, Nov. 16

Men's Basketball vs. TBD
Myrtle Beach Invitational
Conway, SC TBA

Women's Bowling
UMES Hawk Classic
Millsboro Lanes
Millsboro, DE TBA

Women's Basketball at Virginia Tech
Blacksburg, VA 7:00 p.m.

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Women's Basketball Seasons Tip Off

default article imageTrailing by as many as 12 in the second half, Women’s Basketball’s comeback attempt fell short, falling 73-67 at East Carolina on Friday night.

“We showed a lot of fight to battle back into this game after going down by so much,” said Head Coach Jody Craig. “Our defense came up big and we gave ourselves a chance to come back and win this game.”

Junior guard Sierra Green led Monmouth with 19 points, including five three-point shots.

Freshman forward Lucy Thomas had a double-double, scoring 13 points and grabbing 11 rebounds in what was her second career game.

The Pirates opened the game with five straight points, forcing Monmouth to call a timeout after just a minute and 28 seconds of play.

East Carolina continued their first quarter push, extending their lead to 18-2 with 3:20 remaining in the first quarter.

The Hawks closed the quarter strong, going on an 8-1 run to make it 19-10 after ten minutes of play.

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Men's Basketball Season Tip Off

default article imageMen’s Basketball started their regular season by losing three games to Lehigh, Colgate, and St. Joseph’s, respectively.

Their latest loss came at the hands of the St. Joseph’s Hawks, with a 78-63 loss on Monday night.

Monmouth was within six at halftime, but in the second half St. Joseph’s scored 49 points to have the 15 point victory.

“This was our best game so far this year, we competed the whole time,” said Head Coach King Rice. “You have to take your hat off to those kids because they really stepped up for them. But I told our kids, this was our best game, we fought hard and Saint Joe’s is tough.”

For Monmouth, they shot 65 percent in the second half, compared to only 32 percent in the first.

Monmouth’s overall field goal percentage was better than St. Joseph’s (48 percent to 41 percent). The key difference was 13 second-chance points for St. Joseph’s to only two for Monmouth.

Sophomore guard Ray Salnave led the team with 14 points, with junior forward Mustapha Traore and sophomore guard Deion Hammond close behind with 12 points each.

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