In our latest Campbell Sports Minute, the Campbell Digital Network crew explored the awesome SportSCenter Top-10 Dunks from Campbell Basketball alums Eric Griffin and Reco McCarter inside Gore Arena.
Speaking of Top-10 moments, Chris Clemons has been featured on ESPN twice this season including his tremendous effort at the Homecoming Hoopla, ranking No. 3 overall.
Chris Clemons has been named Big South All-Conference Second Team along with earning Freshman of the Year honors.
The Raleigh, N.C. native led Campbell in scoring – averaging 18.8 PPG while shooting a team-high 37-percent from behind the arc while scoring the most points in Campbell freshman history (544).
Clemons landed plenty of signature moments for the Fighting Camels this season, including some sensational dunks, key blocks and a game-winning shot vs. Virginia Military Institute.
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In fact, Clemons led Campbell in scoring in almost every game this season and has posted double figures nights in all but one game – a tough 3-point loss at Gardner-Webb where he finished with nine points and three rebounds.
Clemons set a Campbell freshman scoring record with three 30-point games, including a season-high 31 points in a 101-82 win over The Citadel back on Dec. 19, 2015.
The freshman leads the Big South in FT percentage (84.1%) and 3-pt made per game (3.4) while pacing Campbell to wins in four of their last six games entering March.
The Fighting Camels now prepare for the Big South Men’s Basketball Conference Tournament, hosting Gardner-Webb on Thursday night at 7 p.m. inside Gore Arena for Creek Madness.
The Campbell Men’s Basketball team looks to defend home turf against the Gardner-Webb Bulldogs Thursday night, a squad they are 3-0 against all-time inside Gore Arena.
Campbell will be facing a tough Bulldogs squad that has won four of six road games in conference play, led by two players averaging double figures: Tyrell Nelson 14.6 PPG and Harold McBride (12.6 PPG).
Freshman Chris Clemons (team-leading 18 PPG) looks to spark the offense for Campbell, ranking second all-time on the school’s freshman scoring list. D.J. Mason leads Campbell racking up seven rebounds per game, and will be celebrating his 22nd birthday tonight.
The Fighting Camels (8-15, 2-11) are gearing up for a heavy home stretch featuring five of the next seven games here in Buies Creek, including the entire Big South Tournament.
For more on tonight’s matchup in Gore Arena featuring updates on the T.V. and Yeti Cooler Giveaway taking place during the game, check out this Campbell MBB hype video.
Freshman point guard Chris Clemons added his seventh 20-plus point night of the season to his resume on Wednesday, leading the Fighting Camels with 25 points on 10-21 shooting.
The 5-9 native of Raleigh continues to rise up the national rankings as one of the most explosive freshman guards in the country. Hero Sports went one-on-one with Clemons to learn more about his skill set – adjusting to the college game and his explosive dunks.
Campbell Men’s Basketball (8-11, 2-7) returns home Wednesday, Jan. 27 as the Fighting Camels host their Big South rival, and No. 1 seed, High Point at 7 p.m. Make sure to follow @GoCamelsMBB for promotions and key notes leading into the matchup.
Freshman Chris Clemons led all players in scoring (22), but his most noteworthy play of the night came on a Longwood fast break during Thursday night’s loss inside Gore Arena.
Clemons, the 5-foot-9 point guard, showcased his impressive vertical denying a layup attempt in the second half of Star Wars Night.
Check out the biggest play of the night and make sure to check out the Fighting Camels in action on Saturday at 12 p.m. for a televised game on the American Sports Network.
The Fighting Camels MBB squad heads to Liberty University looking to split the two-game road trip Saturday afternoon on ESPN3.
Campbell has not won on Liberty University’s home floor since Jan. 5, 1976 (both schools were NAIA members at the time) when the Camels earned an 85-78 victory at Jefferson Forest High School.
But since Liberty moved into the Vines Center in Nov. 1990, five of Campbell’s eight losses have come by 10, or fewer, points.
Campbell looks to make history on Saturday afternoon led by an improved FT percentage (71.7), ranking 4th-best in the Big South.
Kyre Hamer has been a recent catalyst, improving his scoring mark to nearly 14 PPG over the last six contests. Chris Clemons continues to lead the Fighting Camels in scoring (17.1) shooting a league-best 90% from the free throw line; the 4th-best mark in the NCAA.
Make sure to follow the action live on @GoCamelsMBB and listen in starting at 1:45 p.m. on the Campbell Digital Network.
The Fighting Camels led from start to finish inside Winthrop Coliseum, upending the conference leaders Winthrop Eagles, 90-83, closing out 2015 on a winning note.
Led by four players in double figures, including the second 30-point game of his career for freshman Chris Clemons, Campbell improved to 2-1 in Big South conference play.
Here are the highlights from a hard-fought win on New Year’s Eve.