In our latest Campbell Sports Minute, learn more about the Campbell Men’s Soccer home opener + De’Shawn Jones chats about his expectations for the 2016 season. Fans can enjoy our brand new 60-second show every Monday-Friday at GoCamels.com
Men’s Soccer hosts rival UNC Wilmington tonight at 7 p.m. while the Campbell Volleyball squad battles South Florida tonight in the Charlotte Invitational. Make sure to follow @GoCamels on Twitter and Instagram for more updates on the Fighting Camels.
The Campbell Football team kickstarts official Game Week preparation at Barker-Lane Stadium after the conclusion of Thursday night’s Fan Fest. After completing the three week Fall Camp, the Fighting Camels now host Bluefield on Thursday night, September 1.
Check out the entire Campbell Football Photo Gallery here and see the best moments from Thursday night’s open scrimmage just one week before the 2016 regular season.
Led by All-PFL running back De’Shawn Jones, the Fighting Camels return three All-Conference selections, including offensive lineman Laurin O’Briant and Brian Stryffeler.
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Our opening episode features the Campbell Football Fan Fest, Men’s Soccer season opener this weekend and the Campbell Women’s Soccer undefeated start heading into Alabama.
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Campbell Football would like to invite our fans across Harnett County and beyond to the annual Football Fan Fest this Thursday night over at Barker-Lane Stadium.
Starting at 6 p.m., fans can watch the Campbell Fighting Camels compete in their finale inter-squad scrimmage before the start of the season, accompanied by inflatables, various games for children and post-game autographs with the players.
The Campbell Fighting Camels then open the regular season the follow week here in the Creek, Thursday night September 1, hosting Bluefield College at 7 p.m.
The Fighting Camels just released the two-deep roster earlier this week and many of those players will be featured throughout Thursday night’s Fan Fest at Barker-Lane Stadium. For more information on the upcoming season, follow @GoCamelsFB on Twitter and Instagram plus like the Campbell Football page on Facebook.
Campbell Football head coach Mike Minter served as an inspirational speaker for the rising freshman class at Campbell University on Sunday night at Gore Arena, sharing his message of determination and faith for the 1,000-plus Campbell students.
Minter, the former Carolina Panthers standout and Nebraska CornHuskers alum welcomed the Campbell University class of 2020 as they officially arrived for Move-In Weekend.
The current Campbell Football head coach enters his fourth season in Buies Creek as the Fighting Camels were predicted to finish fifth in the recent PFL Preseason Poll.
Campbell opens the regular season under the lights Thursday night, September 1st as they host Bluefield College in the opener. Campbell and Bluefield College are also working together to partner the Dan Bowman Memorial Scholarship to honor the passing of former Bluefield alum Daniel Gene Bowman.
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Senior forward Allie Hopkins found the back of the net in the closing minutes for Campbell Women’s Soccer in a 1-0 overtime win over Davidson; starting the season with an impressive road victory.
The Fighting Camels return home this afternoon at 2 p.m. hosting American University in the 2016 home opener at Eakes Athletic Complex. Last season, Allie Hopkins started in six games posting one assist for the 14-win squad.
Her impact was immediately felt this season in a scoreless battle Friday night at Davidson when Campbell took advantage of this scoring chance in the box for the game-winner.
Predicted to finish third in the Big South Conference preseason poll, Campbell returns to the home pitch this weekend after reaching the finals of the Big South Tournament.
Fans can follow the action live on the Big South Network and we will post live in-game coverage on Twitter and Instagram @GoCamelsWSOC. For more information on the Fighting Camels, check the Campbell Women’s Soccer page on GoCamels.com.