Hunter Brown (left) and Darius Moore (right) garnered MSC Bluegrass Division Player of he Week honors, the conference announced on Monday. Photo and Graphic by CU Athletics.

For the second-straight week and fifth time this season, Hunter Brown was named the Mid-South Conference Bluegrass Division Offensive Player of the Week and Darius Moore earned his first MSC Bluegrass Division Defensive Player of the Week accolade, the conference office announced on Monday afternoon.

 

This is Brown’s sixth career weekly honor and Moore’s first.

 

Last week in a 58-34 victory over No. 22 Cumberland University, he completed 33-of-51 passes for 528 yards. Brown’s 528 yards is third most in a single game in program history.

 

The senior also recorded six touchdown passes for 21st-ranked Campbellsville – which is tied for second most in school history. In the first half alone, Brown recorded 373 passing yards and five touchdowns.

 

The Tigers also set a new program record for total yards of offense with 746 against the Phoenix.

 

On the season, Brown leads the NAIA with 380.1 passing yards per game, while Campbellsville has the top passing attack in the nation with 395.6 yards per game. Brown is also second in the NAIA with 369.4 yard of total offense and sixth with 3,041 passing yards.

 

Moore paced the Campbellsville defense with 10 tackles and one for a loss of seven yards. In the Tigers victory, he forced one of the teams two fumbles

 

In eight games this season, Moore has recorded 60 tackles, which is second on the team to go along with 4-1/2 tackles, 1/2 a sack and two pass breakups. His two forced fumbles are tied for the team lead.

 

Next up for the Tigers is the Battle of Highway 55 against No. 5 Lindsey Wilson College – who has already secured a share of the MSC Bluegrass Division title. Kickoff on Saturday is set for 2:30 p.m. ET from Columbia, Ky.

 

Rounding out the conference weekly honors is Lindsey Wilson’s Jared Dougherty.

 

Date Offensive Defensive Special Teams
Aug. 28 Hunter Brown

(Campbellsville)

BJ Pelt

(Campbellsville)

Pablo Dongarro Travecedo

(Cumberland)

Sept. 4 Hunter Brown

(Campbellsville)

Trent Mueller

(Lindsey Wilson)

Cameron Oshodi

(Georgetown)

Sept. 11 Dezmon Huntley

(Cumberland)

David Emanuel

(Cumberland)

Pablo Dongarro Travecedo

(Cumberland)

Sept. 18 Dylan Beasley

(Lindsey Wilson)

Trent Mueller

(Lindsey Wilson)

Nathan Bader

(Georgetown)

Sept. 25 Blake Ingleton

(Lindsey Wilson)

DeAnthony Patrick

(Cumberland)

Jared Dougherty

(Lindsey Wilson)

Oct. 2 Keanu Young

(Campbellsville)

Justin Manning

(Campbellsville)

Quinten Brown

(Lindsey Wilson)

Oct. 9 Hunter Brown

(Campbellsville)

Tyler Tate

(Cumberland)

Bradley Bates

(Campbellsville)

Oct. 16 Kimlee North

(Cumberland)

Justin Manning

(Campbellsville)

Blake Ingleton

(Lindsey Wilson)

Oct. 23 Kimlee North

(Cumberland)

Jalon Kemp

(Lindsey Wilson)

Darius Barbour

(Georgetown)

Oct. 31 Hunter Brown

(Campbellsville)

Elmer Barron

(Campbellsville)

Tyler Dummer

(Georgetown)

Nov. 6 Hunter Brown

(Campbellsville)

Darius Moore

(Campbellsville)

Jared Dougherty

(Lindsey Wilson)

 

 

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David Gerhart

Campbellsville University

Assistant Sports Information Director

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