Videos

Clemons Caps Off Home Opener

Campbell sophomore Chris Clemons kickstarted his 2016-17 campaign in impressive fashion, scoring 28 points and bringing the house down with some strong dunks.

The Fighting Camels ended up setting a modern Gore Arena record, posting the 56-point win margin – the most-ever in program history.

Clemons, the 5-foot-9 guard, electrified the Gore Arena atmosphere on Tuesday night, featuring this insane dunk. The Fighting Camels return home next Monday night for the President’s Pride Night as Campbell hosts Samford at 7 p.m.

Advertisements

Homecoming Hoopla Dunk Contet

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.

Tait Turns In Strong Senior Season

Campbell Volleyball senior middle blocker Jenny Tait continues to develop as one of the best attacking players in the Big South Conference, capitalizing on three years of experience and practice for the Fighting Camels.

Tait, the Ormiston, Australia native, leads the Big South Conference with a .353 hitting percentage, third in kills (173) and inside the top-10 in blocks per set. As Tait continues to power the Fighting Camels offense, learn more about Tait’s growth on the floor.

Follow the Fighting Camels on Twitter and Instagram @GoCamelsVB for the latest scores, updates from the gym. Campbell returns home Friday night, October 28 at 7:00 p.m.

Top-10 Plays – September

In our brand new video series, check out the Top-10 Plays of the Month from September as everyone got involved in the action.

Our countdown begins on the volleyball court, circles over to Eakes Athletics Complex and ends back on the gridiron as De’Shawn Jones takes home the No. 1 play of the month.

Follow @GoCamels on Twitter and Instagram for the latest scores, updates and videos on the Fighting Camels. #theCreekisRising

Back on Track

Campbell Men’s Soccer found their scoring touch at Eakes Athletic Complex, flying past Winthrop 4-1 on Thursday night.

Daniel Mukuna gave Campbell the lead for good, 2-1, scoring his second goal in as many matches – the Fighting Camels first win in Big South Conference play.

The Fighting Camels return home this weekend hosting UNC Asheville this Friday at 7 p.m. The match will be streamed live on the Big South Network. Follow @GoCamelsMSOC on Twitter and Instagram for updates throughout the season.

Back on the Floor

Campbell Women’s Basketball returned to Gore Arena this week for the start of Fall practice as the regular officially kicks off on November 11.

Led by new head coach Ronny Fisher, the Fighting Camels welcome an opportunity to start a new era in Buies Creek featuring two returning starters from last year.

Follow @GoCamelsWBB on Twitter and Instagram for the latest stories and updates before the start of the 2016-17 regular season.

Swimming Set For Season

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.