Verizon WAC Football Players of the Week
Moniz, a junior from Wahiawa, O'ahu (Fresno City College), accounted for six touchdowns in the Warriors' 59-21 win over UNLV. Moniz was 29-of-43 for 380 yards and four touchdowns while also rushing five times for 29 yards and two more scores. He threw touchdown passes of 33, 22, 3 and 54 yards with the last one giving Hawai'i a 52-7 lead early in the fourth quarter.
Moch, a senior from Chandler, Ariz. (Hamilton HS), made seven tackles (6 solo), including two for a loss in Nevada's 35-17 win at Louisiana Tech. After going into the lockerroom tied at 14, Moch helped lead a defense that held the Bulldogs to less than 100 yards of total offense in the second half to give the Wolf Pack a share of the WAC title.
Goessling, a junior from Placentia, Calif. (Servite HS), made both of his field goal attempts in Fresno State's 25-23 win over Illinois on Friday night. His 52-yard field goal in the second quarter was the longest by any WAC player this season. He also hit a 45-yarder late in the first quarter of the game. Goessling is now 5-for-7 from 50 yards or longer during his career.
Others nominated on offense: junior quarterback Kellen Moore, Boise State; senior quarterback Ryan Colburn, Fresno State; senior quarterback Nathan Enderle, Idaho; and senior quarterback Colin Kaepernick, Nevada.
Also nominated on defense: senior safety Jeron Johnson, Boise State; senior safety Lorne Bell, Fresno State; junior safety Richard Torres, Hawai'i; junior linebacker Robert Siavii, Idaho; and junior linebacker Jay Dudley, Louisiana Tech.
Other special teams nominations included: sophomore punter Bobby Cowan, Idaho; senior kick returner Phillip Livas, Louisiana Tech; senior punter Brad Langley, Nevada; and sophomore kick returner Kerwynn Williams, Utah State.