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January 19, 2003 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
The hot shooting and high scoring continued for Penn last night in a 98-54 rout of Monmouth in a nonleague men's basketball game at the Asbury Park Convention Center. The Quakers (6-4) shot 62 percent from the field and tied a school record with 36 field goals. They had set that mark just last week against Southern Cal in a 99-61 romp in Los Angeles. Penn's Koko Archibong scored 18 points last night, Ugonna Onyekwe had 16 points and seven rebounds, and Andrew Toole had 13 points, including a game high of three three-pointers.
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September 17, 2011
When: Saturday at 3:30 p.m., Villanova Stadium Radio: ESPN-AM 950 Records: Monmouth, 0-1; Villanova, 0-2 overall, 0-1 Colonial Athletic Association Series: First meeting Coaches: Monmouth, Kevin Callahan (19th season at Monmouth, 104-81); Villanova, Andy Talley (27th season at Villanova, 188-109-1) THREE THINGS TO WATCH The Wildcats will be without starting QB Dustin Thomas , who was injured last week against Towson.
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October 26, 2003 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Monmouth took no prisoners yesterday. The top-ranked Hawks wiped out La Salle, 50-0, on homecoming day at McCarthy Stadium. La Salle (2-6) moved the ball well all afternoon but committed six turnovers - five interceptions and a fumble. The Hawks also blocked two La Salle field-goal attempts. Ed Marynowitz, the Explorers' sophomore quarterback, passed for 243 yards, completing 23 of 36 attempts. Junior Ken Triboletti gained 105 yards on 21 carries for the Explorers.
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March 30, 2006 | Daily News Wire Services
If a case could be made for a mercy rule in college baseball, this game would provide a perfect exhibit. Monmouth banged out 35 hits, the seventh-best total in NCAA history, and Kyle Messineo tied an NCAA record with two triples in an inning in a 35-1 victory over host Temple yesterday. Temple (6-16) had never allowed more runs. Andy Meyers went 5-for-5 with eight RBI and Nick Massari scored seven runs for Monmouth (9-10), which set school records for runs and hits. Monmouth scored in every inning but one and 11 times in the seventh when Messineo hit two triples.
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December 17, 2009 | By Marc Narducci INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Northern Burlington wide receiver-defensive back Thaddeus Richards has made an oral commitment to Monmouth. The 6-foot, 185-pound Richards was a second-team all-Burlco/Olympic Patriot selection at wide receiver, but he also excelled on the defensive side. Despite playing only five games because of a broken arm, he still had 16 receptions for 250 yards and 5 touchdowns and rushed for 240 yards and 2 scores on 15 carries. Defensively, Richards had 32 tackles, one interception, and seven pass breakups.
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April 19, 2000 | By Marc Narducci, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Matt Clark, a four-year varsity catcher at Pennsauken, said yesterday that he has signed a letter of intent to accept a partial baseball scholarship to Monmouth. Clark, who has a strong arm, is the captain of the improved Pennsauken team, which is 4-5 after finishing 6-16 last season. He is batting .563 (9 for 16) with a home run and three RBIs and has been hit by five pitches. "Monmouth has an outstanding coaching staff, the team is great, and the school is outstanding," he said.
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June 24, 1996 | By Marc Narducci, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
For the fourth consecutive year, Ocean/Monmouth has reached the semifinals of the 16-team Carpenter Cup all-star baseball tournament. The New Jersey team advanced with a 12-4 victory last night over Berks County at Veterans Stadium. Ocean/Monmouth has been competing in the tournament for only five years. Its record is 10-3, and it won the championship in 1994. Ocean/Monmouth will face Chester County, which beat Burlington County, 3-2, in last night's second game. Righthander Steve Fitch of West Chester Henderson collected his second victory of the tournament, allowing two hits in three innings.
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January 22, 2015 | By John N. Mitchell, Inquirer Staff Writer
Penn has had a relatively easy time against Monmouth recently. But in a season that continues to go awry, that was not the case Wednesday at the Palestra, where Monmouth toyed with the cold-shooting Quakers in a 71-56 victory. The Quakers, who lost for the fifth time in their last six games, fell behind early and never mounted any threat against Monmouth, which made 56.3 percent of its shots from the floor. Deon Jones paced the Hawks with 17 points and six rebounds. Max DiLeo, son of former 76ers general manager Tony DiLeo, finished with 12 points, as did Collin Stewart.
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January 18, 2012 | By Phil Anastasia, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Holy Spirit linebacker Ethan Gambale has committed to attend Momnouth University on a football scholarship. The 6-foot-1, 220-pound senior led Holy Spirit with 145 tackles last season as the Spartans went 8-3 and won the Non-Public 2 state title. It was Holy Spirit's second state crown in a row. Gambale will join teammate Zach Fabel, a tight end, at Monmouth, a Division I program in West Long Branch, N.J., that plays at the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) level in the Northeast Conference.
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April 12, 1988 | By Sam Carchidi and Don McKee, Inquirer Staff Writers
Wildwood Catholic High's Dan Leahy and Cherry Hill West's Alex Sturm will sign letters of intent to play basketball at Division I colleges tomorrow, it was learned last night. Leahy, an Inquirer all-area selection, will sign a binding letter with Drexel, and Sturm will sign with Monmouth. Tomorrow is the first day of the second signing period for basketball players. There was also a signing period in November. Leahy, a 6-foot-6 forward, averaged 28.7 points and 11.4 rebounds per game in leading Wildwood Catholic to the South Jersey Parochial B championship.
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July 31, 2015
A WEEK AFTER the Belmont Stakes, Bob Baffert joked about his "celebrity" status following a few days back home in California. "I went back to anonymity," he said. "Walked up to Chipotle the other day and nobody knew who I was. My time is just about up. " Two weeks ago, the trainer of the first Triple Crown winner since 1978 said he missed the attention. "I'm going through Triple Crown blues now," he said. "I want a fourth leg. " Well, the quiet time is over. Baffert can go back to being a celebrity.
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January 22, 2015 | By John N. Mitchell, Inquirer Staff Writer
When: Wednesday at 8 p.m. Where: The Palestra Radio/TV: WXPN-FM 88.5, Ivy League Digital Network Records: Monmouth (9-9), Penn (4-9). Coaches: Monmouth, King Rice (4th season, 42-62), Penn, Jerome Allen (6th season, 60-94). Last meeting: Penn won, 79-73, at Monmouth on Nov. 12, 2013. Monmouth's top three: Justin Robinson (12.6 ppg., 3.8 apg.), Deon Jones (11.6 ppg., 4.6 rpg.), Andrew Nichols (9.0 ppg, 3.6 rpg)/. Penn's top three: Tony Hicks (14.4 ppg., 3.5 rpg)
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January 22, 2015 | BY ANDREW ALBERT, Philly.com AAlbert@philly.com
JEROME ALLEN exhaled, hung his head and took a seat on the Penn bench early in the second half. There was no more need for yelling at that moment, it was just a waste of time. There was plenty of time on the clock for a comeback, but the game was so far out of grasp for his Quakers team, and he knew it. Penn suffered a 71-56 dismantling at the hands of Monmouth at the Palestra, only 4 days after the Quakers hung tough with Villanova, one of the nation's best teams. "The thing that is most frustrating is that we played with so much attention to detail, a ton of energy and effort Saturday night," Allen said.
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January 22, 2015 | By John N. Mitchell, Inquirer Staff Writer
Penn has had a relatively easy time against Monmouth recently. But in a season that continues to go awry, that was not the case Wednesday at the Palestra, where Monmouth toyed with the cold-shooting Quakers in a 71-56 victory. The Quakers, who lost for the fifth time in their last six games, fell behind early and never mounted any threat against Monmouth, which made 56.3 percent of its shots from the floor. Deon Jones paced the Hawks with 17 points and six rebounds. Max DiLeo, son of former 76ers general manager Tony DiLeo, finished with 12 points, as did Collin Stewart.
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November 4, 2014 | By Andrew Seidman, Inquirer Trenton Bureau
WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J. - Gov. Christie isn't the only one gearing up for a presidential campaign. Over a recent nine-day span, Monmouth University pollster Patrick Murray, whose work is usually confined to New Jersey, released surveys of voters in six states where Tuesday's midterm elections could swing control of the U.S. Senate to Republicans for President Obama's last two years in office. Murray says the polling blitz - of Kansas, Colorado, Iowa, North Carolina, South Dakota, and Georgia, on top of 11 other surveys he released in October - presents a challenge that will test his models.
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May 25, 2014 | By Jacqueline L. Urgo, Inquirer Staff Writer
OCEAN CITY, N.J. - After 17 months of business lost thanks to the wrath of Hurricane Sandy - including the entire tourist season last year - hopes are high this summer for brothers Ernesto and Giuseppe Cannuscio at their newly refurbished Bay Avenue pizzeria. Just in time for the make-it-or-break-it months, the Cannuscios cut the ribbon in April on the reopening of Mario's Pizzeria & Restaurant, a place that had been a staple near the resort's bay front for almost 30 years. Sandy's severe winds knocked over the chimney on the 100-year-old building at 15th and Bay, which in turn collapsed the roof, while 28 inches of water flooded in. The restaurant was destroyed.
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November 14, 2013 | BY DICK JERARDI, Daily News Staff Writer jerardd@phillynews.com
WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J. - Penn had an amazing 6-minute run late in Saturday's game against Temple, in which the Quakers made the game look easy and the Owls lost. The Quakers did the same thing last night for 6 minutes early in the first half against Monmouth. The run was not enough against Temple, because they were so far behind when it started, the Owls still had a chance to win. The run should have been enough against Monmouth, which seemed to need a gentle nudge to disappear. Penn was forcing turnovers on just about every possession and getting end-to-end before the Hawks, with zero seniors, could even turn around.
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November 14, 2013 | By Elliott Denman, For The Inquirer
WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J. - Miles Jackson-Cartwright erupted for 25 points Tuesday night as Penn picked up its first victory with a 79-73 win over Monmouth at the Hawks' MAC arena. Jackson-Cartwright, a 6-foot-3 senior guard from Van Nuys, Calif., lit up the scoreboard by making 7 of 11 shots. He was 5 for 8 from the three-point line. He did it all in just 26 minutes since he sat for long stretches with foul trouble. "I was lucky," he said. "I kept getting good looks; the shots were there.
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October 12, 2013 | By Walter F. Naedele, Inquirer Staff Writer
William Capella Jr., 89, of Mount Laurel, who retired in 1988 as a financial controller for the Army Communications Electronics Command at the former Fort Monmouth, died Tuesday, Oct. 7, of cancer at home. Born in Bristol Borough, Mr. Capella graduated from Bristol High School and served in the Navy during World War II as a signalman on Merchant Marine ships carrying supplies across the Atlantic to Europe. Mr. Capella "would stand next to the captain and relay the messages from other ships to the captain," his son, William A., said.
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July 26, 2013 | BY DICK JERARDI, Daily News Staff Writer jerardd@phillynews.com
LAST FALL, Monmouth Park was used as a shelter/command post after Superstorm Sandy devastated the New Jersey coastline. The main track building, just 2 miles west of the Atlantic Ocean, did not suffer any serious damage, but nine barns on the backstretch did have to be replaced. Approximately 1,000 displaced local residents stayed in the grandstand while 2,000 more lived for a time in tents located in the parking lot. Sunday, the track will be very much alive when the $1 million Haskell Invitational, the track's signature race, is run, the 13th of 14 races on a card that will begin at noon.
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