Campbell Swimming dives into Johnson Aquatic Center on Saturday in the first meet of the season, hosting Liberty University at 1 p.m.
Fresh off their best performance in the program history, setting six CCSA records in the process, head coach Dave Pascal’s club returns to action. Last season, a school-record 21 of Campbell’s 23 members were honored on the 2015-16 CCSA All-Academic team.
For more on the Fighting Camels, Camel Cam caught up with Michelle Case in her quest to lead Campbell as one of the top performers returning from last season.
If you can’t make it out to the pool, follow the action live on Twitter and Instagram @GoCamelsSwim for updates on the match.
Redshirt senior transfer Greg Cunningham arrived from Charlotte University ready to spark the Campbell Football defense.
Cunningham made his presence felt at Barker-Lane Stadium intercepting his first pass of the season, sparking an early touchdown drive for the Fighting Camels.
After starting for three seasons at Charlotte, including an interception vs. Campbell during the 2014 matchup, leading the 49ers in INT’s that season, Cunningham found Buies Creek as an opportunity to further his career for this final season.
Follow @GoCamelsFB on Twitter and Instagram for the latest updates on Saturday’s road PFL matchup at Marist. Action gets started at 1:00 p.m. and fans can listen to the action live at GoCamels.com on our Listen Live tab.
Campbell Men’s Soccer pieced together their best scoring effort of the season, running past Georgia Southern 4-2. Gabe Parrish led Campbell with two goals, including the game-winner in the 73rd minute, improving the Fighting Camels’ record to 3-4 on the season.
While Campbell was outshot during the match, the Fighting Camels rested heavily on the laurels of goalkeeper Matt Mozynski posting seven saves in the win.
Campbell jumped out early, 2-0, thanks to goals from Seth Jones and Hakeem Reid, his first goal of the season, both coming during the first half. Holding tight on the defensive end in the second half, the Fighting Camels eventually ran away from Georgia Southern.
The Fighting Camels return to action this Saturday night in Farmville, Va battling Longwood in Big South Conference action starting at 6 p.m. Make sure to follow @GoCamelsMSOC on Twitter and Instagram for the latest updates.
Campbell Swimming opens the 2016-17 season this Saturday at Johnson Aquatic Center as the Fighting Camels host Liberty.
For the third straight season, Campbell kicks off its schedule at home before heading to UNC Asheville on Oct. 8 before traveling to Florida Atlantic on Oct. 14.
Check out this awesome hype video and watch the Fighting Camels battle in the pool Saturday afternoon. Follow @GoCamelsSwim on Twitter and Instagram for the latest scores and photos from the meet. #GoCamels
Campbell Football watched an early 20-10 lead slip away in the closing quarter, determined not to let last year’s 25-24 loss haunt them to open Pioneer Football League play.
The Fighting Camels responded, getting an early stop in overtime and then De’Shawn Jones went 25 yards to the house for the game-winning score on the very first play.
Campbell Football moves to 3-1 (1-0 in PFL) on the season, playing in front of their largest crowd in Barker-Lane Stadium history at 6,610 fans. Make sure to follow @GoCamelsFB for the latest updates on the Fighting Camels red-hot start to the 2016 campaign.
Campbell Football is right around the corner and we encourage fans to come early, stay often and enjoy the entire GameDay experience in Buies Creek.
The Fighting Camels host Butler this Saturday at 6 p.m. in the PFL Opener and before you head to Barker-Lane Stadium, check out this video to fire up your appetite for Football.
Follow @GoCamelsFB on Instagram and Twitter for live updates before, during and after the matchup and fans can also watch the action live on the Big South Network.