Campbell Women’s Basketball continues its upstart season, limiting High Point to just 33 points in their impressive win over the Panthers.
The Fighting Camels (14-4, 6-1) held their sixth opponent under 35 points this season, just two away from setting the program’s all-time conference record for fewest points allowed in one game – set earlier this season.
Campbell now prepares for life on the road in Boiling Springs as the Camels face Gardner-Webb looking to improve upon their best start in program history.
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Campbell University continues to develop its brand across multiple sports, including the vast improvement of facilities like Eakes Athletics Complex, hosting both Campbell Men’s and Women’s Soccer since the modern inception of both programs.
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Campbell Men’s Basketball improved to 2-1 in Big South Conference action after coming from behind to defeat Charleston Southern, 92-82, inside Gore Arena, earning the programs first win in the 2017 calendar year.
After the game, the excitement was palpable and strong in the locker room as the team exploded for their annual celebration. Head coach Kevin McGeehan then rallied the troops, preparing them for an important road test at Liberty this Saturday afternoon.
The Fighting Camels (9-6, 2-1) are now 6-3 since the start of December, now ranking second in the Big South Conference averaging just over 78 points per game. Campbell returns home next Saturday, Jan. 14, for a conference showdown with Winthrop.