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UD’s Monnier, Will named recent PFL Players of the Week

Colin Monnier (courtesy UD)

Two University of Dayton football players were honored by the Pioneer Football league Sunday for their work in this week’s Dayton 23-20 win over Duquesne.  Redshirt freshman kicker William Will was selected the league’s Special Teams Player of the Week, while redshirt senior linebacker Colin Monnier was named Defensive Co-Defensive Player of the Week.
Will scored the last nine points of the game, drilling field goals of 32, 25 and 25 yards to lift Dayton from a 20-14 halftime deficit to a 23-20 win.  He is a 2012 graduate of Lincoln Way East High School who hails from Mokena, Ill., made the team last year during walk-on tryouts.  He is four-for-four in field goals and three-for-three in PAT’s this season.  His 2.0 field goals per game are tied for first in the PFL and fourth in FCS football.
Monnier had his second straight double-digit tackling performance for the Flyers.  Against Duquesne, the Chicago Marist High product was in on 14 tackles, 2.5 hits in the backfield and UD’s only sack of the day.  His sack was a critical play early in the game, as Duquesne was in the red zone threatening to score the first two TD’s of the day.  Monnier’s sack on third down forced the Dukes to settle for a field goal. Monnier averages 13.0 tackles a game, good for second in the PFL and fifth nationally.
Monnier shared the weekly honor with Stetson defensive back Donald Payne, Jr.  CollegeSportsMadness.com also named Monnier its PFL Defensive Player of the Week.
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