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The Fighting Camels now prepare for the Pioneer Football League opener against Butler on Saturday night at 6 p.m. Last Saturday Campbell pulled quite the audience, attracting the 6th-largest crowd in Campbell Football history drawing 5,860 fans.
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All-Pioneer Football League tailback De’Shawn Jones wants to break his own single-season rushing record, powering the Fighting Camels offense for his senior season.
Jones, Campbell’s all-time leading rusher, enters the 2016 campaign confident after ranking 18th in the FCS last season for rushing yards per game. The Fighting Camels workhorse back has picked up 1,991 yards on the ground over his career, hoping to help guide the Campbell Camels to their first winning season since 2011.
Featuring an offensive line with two returning All-PFL performers, Jones trusts his protection and feels the Fighting Camels could be even more explosive this season. Here’s De’Shawn Jones in his own words for our exclusive Candid Camel interview.
The Fighting Camels open the regular season at Barker-Lane Stadium on Thursday night, September 1 against Bluefield College. Follow @GoCamelsFB on Twitter and Instagram for the latest updates before this week’s opener.
Campbell Women’s Lacrosse secured its first win over long-time rival Coastal Carolina Wednesday night, as Erica Hitch scored the game-winning goal for the Fighting Camels in what amounted to a competitive 8-7 game in Conway, South Carolina.
The celebration ensued (above) on the teal colored turf as the Fighting Camels are now 3-1 in Big South Conference play – moving ever closer to hosting their first-ever tournament game.
Loren Day, who entered as the nation’s leading scorer, added two goals for Campbell and the game-tying assist, feeding Erica Hitch in the final nine minutes – who later scored the game winner.
For the first time in program history, Campbell defeated their rivals at Coastal Carolina, bouncing back from last year’s overtime loss in the opening round of the Big South Tournament.
The Fighting Camels return to action this Saturday here at Barker-Lane Stadium as they host the Liberty Lady Flames starting at 12 p.m. Fans can watch the game live on the Big South Network and follow @GoCamelsWLAX on Twitter for updates.
The Fighting Camels have the 2016 Football Schedule set in stone, featuring six games in Barker-Lane Stadium coming off a record-breaking attendance mark.
Campbell Football gets started on September 1st as the Fighting Camels host Bluefield College for the season opener.
The Fighting Camels will then travel to Chowan University, finishing out the back end of a home-and-home series, which Campbell won 35-3 last season, before hosting Big South Conference rival Presbyterian on September 17th.
Campbell then kickstarts Pioneer Football League play with a home matchup against Butler on September 24th as the remaining games on the schedule rest in conference including Homecoming on October 22nd vs. Stetson.
Check out the entire 2016 Football Schedule as the Fighting Camels look to build on a 5-6 season, featuring the best-ranked defense in the PFL, under now fourth-year head coach Mike Minter.
The Fighting Camels enter year number four in women’s lacrosse program history excited about embarking on the recently-released 17-game schedule for the 2016 season in Buies Creek.
The Fighting Camels open the regular season with an intriguing season opener against Duke University on Tuesday, Feb. 2.
But Campbell will host seven home games inside Barker-Lane Stadium, all starting on Sunday, Feb. 28 against Fresno State from the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation at 11:00 a.m.
You can also check out Campbell in match ups (relatively) close to home featuring road contests at Old Dominion on Saturday, Feb. 20 and against VCU on Sunday, Mar. 6 in preseason action.
Here’s a look at the full schedule as the Fighting Camels look to take the next step as a program under 4th-year head coach Dawn Easley.
You can track the Campbell Women’s Lacrosse program @GoCamelsWLAX for the latest scores, updates and news. The Fighting Camels look to improve on a 2015 campaign that capped off with a tough loss in the quarterfinals of the Big South Tournament.
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