Head Campbell Football Coach Mike Minter was enthused about the opportunity to host Campbell Pro Day last week and the former NFL standout shared his thoughts on how the event will help shape the direction of the program for years to come.
Make sure to follow @GoCamelsFB for updates on the spring practice slate, all leading up to the Spring Game on Monday April 18, along with the latest information on the NFL Draft.
Fans can use the hashtag #BuiesCreektotheNFL to join in the discussion on social media through Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
In our latest installment of Camel Cam, our student-run production interviews Campbell Cheerleading after winning the CANAM Nationals in Myrtle Beach, S.C. last week.
The squad also stuck around after the interview for an entertaining installment of “I Love You” game where athletes try to evoke laughter from saying those three words, which creates plenty of competitive fire between the competitors.
Along with those segments, Camel Cam interviews the entire freshmen class for Campbell Softball gathering their thoughts on the season to this point – including adjusting to the college lifestyle as Big South conference play begins.
Make sure to follow our episodes on the Camel Cam YouTube stream and stay active on social media @GoCamels for updates.
The Fighting Camels are notorious for making appearances on the nationally syndicated Dan Patrick Show and continue to showcase their support for Campbell University Athletics.
National attention started last year when regular guest Reggie Miller took special notice of the Fighting Camels swag on the show and requested gear for himself.
Producer Paul Pabst was seen sporting the Fighting Camels sweater on the air during Friday’s telecast on the NBC Network.
The Fighting Camels have also been featured on the MSNBC program Meet The Press along with nationally syndicated SVP and Russillo show on ESPN Radio.
Make sure to follow @GoCamels on Twitter and Instagram for more updates on our awesome Campbell swag making the national news.
Senior guard RaeChaun Edwards has been a leader both on and off the floor for the Lady Camels, and her career ended in honorable fashion during the Big South Tournament.
The five year contributor for Campbell Athletics finished tops in the conference in assists this season (5.1 APG), while finishing her career inside the top five all-time for Lady Camels assists.
As her career comes to an end here in Buies Creek, the Big South Conference office spotlighted our team captain.
Fans can follow @GoCamelsWBB on Twitter for updates on Edwards in the professional ranks and the rest of the Lady Camels squad heading into the 2015-16 season.
Campbell Baseball prepares for the start of the 2016 Big South Conference campaign in the midst of a 4-game win streak.
Campbell’s offense came to play over the weekend, scoring 39 runs in a 3-game sweep over MEAC foe North Carolina A&T – featuring 10-plus runs in the last four games. Freshman Michael Horrell dominated in the Sunday finale by pitching 8 innings of three-run baseball in the series sweep win.
The Fighting Camels head to Durham for a mid-week set with N.C. Central before tackling the start of Big South Conference play on Thursday versus Charleston Southern.
For more on the exciting week, head coach Justin Haire previewed the upcoming slate with GoCamels.com on Campbell Baseball Monday Conversation.
Make sure to follow @GoCamelsBSB for the latest updates across the diamond as Campbell (11-10, 0-0) hopes to start conference play on a solid note.
The Fighting Camels are building towards a promising future in the National Football League as eight former players participated in the first-ever NFL Pro Day in Buies Creek.
Led by First Team All-PFL selection Greg Milhouse, Campbell hosted 19 NFL Scouts and 1 CFL Scout as players across the program trained for the next level.
Using the hashtag #CampbellProDay, we documented the entire professional workout from Barker-Lane Stadium.
Check out the best moments from Monday’s action as Campbell searches for its first drafted player in program history.
The Campbell Men’s and Women’s Golf teams are down the coast from Buies Creek in crucial tournaments during the closing stages of the 2015-16 golf season.
Led by dual sport head coach John Crooks, Campbell Men’s Golf kickstarts the final round action of the Seahawk Intercollegiate at the Country Club of Landfill.
Craig Hornberger sits one stroke off the overall lead (-3) and Campbell ranks fourth overall, seven strokes behind the leader (Duke) in the team competition as action gets started this morning.
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The Campbell Women’s Golf program begins opening round action in the loaded Briar’s Creek Invitational featuring eight programs ranked in the nation’s top-40 overall.
Campbell enters the event ranked No.-54 in the nation and boast tournament wins in the Golfweek Program Challenge and the Fighting Camel Fall Classic at Keith Hills CC.
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The Fighting Camels remain one of the nation’s best in getting from tee to green. The Camels stand third in the country in fairway percentage (.796) and seventh in greens in regulation (.668).
Make sure to track Campbell on social media @GoCamelsWGolf and @GoCamelsMGolf for all the latest updates on Fighting Camel athletics out on the course.