Sophomore guard Chris Clemons earned his second-straight Big South Player of the Week honors, averaging 25 points per game in the Fighting Camels recent 3-game Holy City Hoops Classic tournament in Charleston, S.C.
Clemons has now scored 20 or more points in eight straight games, matching the Big South record dating back to the 2014-2015 season. Now averaging 24.0 PPG, Clemons ranks 4th in the nation in scoring and third overall in 3-pointers made per game.
Check out the Fighting Camels back in action next Wednesday night, December 13, as the Fighting Camels host NCAA Tournament squad UNC Wilmington at 7 p.m.
Campbell Volleyball guaranteed a top-4 seed in the Big South Volleyball Championships after running past the Runnin’ Bulldogs of Gardner-Webb in four sets.
Seniors Loni Kreun, Rebecca Ramirez and Jenny Tait all played in their final match at Gore Arena, securing the Fighting Camels final mark at 15-15 (10-6) overall this season.
The Fighting Camels now get set to battle Charleston Southern on Friday at the Vines Center in Lynchburg, Va. opening the Big South Volleyball Championships at 4:30 p.m.
Tonight is the unofficial opening of the college basketball season as the Fighting Camels will host the 2016 Homecoming Hoopla, an introduction to the Campbell Men’s and Women’s Basketball program inside Gore Arena.
For more on tonight’s festivities, featuring a Dunk Contest and 3-pt Shootout, the Campbell Athletics Marketing and Digital Media staff pieced together this awesome video showcasing their dunking skills.
Make sure to follow @GoCamelsMBB and @GoCamelsWBB on Twitter and Instagram for updates throughout the night and join us at 6 p.m. for the Homecoming Hoopla.
Senior LB Daniel Bostick set a new Campbell Football total tackles record (16), flying to the football all night long in the Fighting Camels 31-14 loss against Presbyterian.
The Birmingham, Alabama native posted 14 assisted tackles and two individual tackles. Bostick played a key role in rallying around the football, crediting his performance on the team-oriented approach towards tackling Presbyterian.
Check out the full highlights below as Bostick and Campbell Football fell to 2-1 on the season, next hosting Butler this Saturday night at 6 p.m. #theCreekisRising
Fresh off a series win over Liberty University, Campbell Baseball has now won two of its last three series in Big South Conference play.
The Fighting Camels featured three strong pitching performances as Nick Thayer went 8.0 innings on Friday for the win, while Grant Yost pitched his second-straight complete game on Saturday, while Michael Horrell went 9.0 innings as well on Sunday.
Campbell came from behind to kickstart the series Friday night as the Fighting Camels scored runs in the 7th and 8th innings for the eventual 2-1 win as Erik Dowse collected his third save of the season. Saturday was filled with exciting and intense moments as freshman Zach Minnick provided some punch with a walk-off double.
After finishing out a 7-game home stand, Campbell hits the road for the next six games featuring a three-game set at Longwood University, who is equal at 7-5 in the Big South standings at the half-way point of the conference slate.
For more on the Fighting Camels efforts on the bump, head coach Justin Haire breaks down the series win and previews what Campbell has in store this week away from the Creek on “Campbell Baseball Monday Conversation” on YouTube.
The Fighting Camels posted their best offensive performance of the season, running past N.C. A&T behind a 4-HR effort at the plate.
Zach Minnick blasted his first HR of the season, while Anthony Lopez and Jimmy Monaghan (2 HR) joined in during the 14-hit parade at Jim Perry Stadium.
Not only was the offense on full display, Lopez made a great diving stab (check above at the 2:27 part) as part of a solid defensive effort behind Grant Yost, who earned his second win of the season after 7 IP on the mound with a season-high 8 strikeouts.
Campbell returns to action on Sunday at 2 p.m. as the Fighting Camels (10-10 overall) look for the series sweep.
Campbell University celebrates the success of all student-athletes both on and off the field as years of hard work culminates in the completion of a college education in Buies Creek.
Whether they are seen competing on the pitch, in the gym or on the gridiron, the success of student-athletes can be seen first hand.
Make sure to search the Campbell Alumni tab for more on the latest Fighting Camels athletes following their graduation.