WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J. -- Juwon Farri rushed for a career-best 239 yards with two touchdowns to help Monmouth to its fifth victory and first Big South win, rolling over Campbell 38-21 on Saturday afternoon.
Ryan Schoer blocked a 43-yard field goal attempt late in the third quarter to keep Monmouth (5-2, 1-0), ahead by ten.
Farri busted in from the 1 for a 17-7 lead in the second quarter and sprinted in for another score from the 24 in the third.
Campbell stayed close, trailing 17-14 at the break, and 31-21 going into the final quarter. Monmouth's Devell Jones scored from the 1 for the final score after a four-play, 77-yard drive early in the final quarter.
The Hawks ran for 298 yards while limiting Campbell to 54 yards rushing as Monmouth picked up a record ninth straight home victory.
Daniel Smith threw for 182 yards and one score for Campbell (5-2, 0-1) which is off to its best start in program history.
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