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The Man in Orange | Nate Kennedy

By Aaron Schnoor and Ka’Deem Wynn The Campbell Times With his bright orange suit and energetic personality, it’s hard not to notice Nate Kennedy. The assistant director of marketing in Campbell University’s Athletic Department is upbeat, passionate and a recognizable figure at athletic events. Those who know Kennedy will agree …

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Baseball’s 2-5 record not the start team was hoping for

By Aaron Schnoor Staff Writer All has not been joyful in Buies Creek. The estimable poet Ernest Lawrence Thayer might very well have been speaking about Campbell baseball when he wrote the words, “Tthere is no joy in Mudville.” The mighty Casey would have fit well on the Fighting Camel’s …

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Meet the Team: 2018 baseball season under way

By Aaron Schnoor Staff Writer The Campbell University baseball team will open their season on Friday, Feb. 16, against St. John’s University. The Fighting Camels, projected to finish fifth in the Big South Preseason Poll, are coming off a season in which they finished 10-14 in conference play and 25-32 …

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Campbell Duo Have Historic Finishes At NCAA Championships

Larence Kipkoech (Left) and Amon Kemboi (Right). Photo by Scarborough Photography.   By Aaron Schnoor Staff Writer   Amid the beginning of basketball and the closing of the soccer and football seasons, it can become easy to put other sports by the wayside. That is not to say that certain …

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Campbell Wins Over Johnson and Wales

Photo by Scarborough Photography   By: Erin Scott Staff Writer @ErinScott07   BUIES CREEK, N.C. – Men’s basketball returned to the Creek Monday night, winning over Johnson and Wales in a 98- 53 match-up. Campbell was lead in scoring by sophomore Marcus Burk, who hit seven three-point shots and 31 …

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A Look At Amanda Powell

Amanda Powell, Director of Marketing at Campbell University. Photo by Scarborough Photography   By Aaron Schnoor Staff Writer   Academics may be a primary focus of Campbell University, but attracting fans and promoting the school’s athletic programs is also a focus that requires just as much attention. In the last …

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Cross Country Takes First, Second At Conference

Original Photo by Scarborough Photography. Edit by Ka’Deem Wynn   By Ka’Deem Wynn Assistant/Sports Editor @KaDeemWynn   The men’s and women’s cross country teams of Campbell University traveled to Lynchburg, Va to compete in this year’s Big South Cross Country Championships on Saturday, Oct. 28, hosted by Liberty University on …

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10 years of Campbell football: Program has hit a winning stride

How far has Campbell University’s football program come in 10 years? Consider this: In its second game as a program — after a hiatus from football of more than 50 years — the Camels lost to Div. III Methodist, 32-21, in its first road game (even though the road trip …

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(Re)building blocks are in place for Coach Minter

By Aaron Schnoor Staff Writer It was one of the most dominating wins in college football history. A 62-24 victory over the Florida Gators by the Nebraska Cornhuskers, marking Nebraska’s fifth national championship. For the nation, it was a shocking blowout in what was supposed to be a close game. …

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Campbell Stuns Liberty in Three Sets

Photo by Bennett Scharborough   By Aaron Schnoor Staff Writer     With her first ace of the evening, senior Kayla Schanback put the final touch on an impressive victory by Campbell over Liberty University. It took the Fighting Camels only three sets to defeat the Liberty Flames, improving the …

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Alexa Genas Voted As NCAA Player of the Week

Original photo by Bennett Scarborough. Edit by Ka’Deem Wynn of the Campbell Times.   By Aaron Schnoor Staff Writer   Alexa Genas was voted in as this week’s Division I NCAA Women’s Soccer Player of the Week Wednesday afternoon, adding another accolade to a stunning season for the Campbell standout. …

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Swimming Falls To Liberty In Season Opener

Photo by Bennett Scarborough   By Aaron Schnoor Staff Writer   Liberty University ousted the Fighting Camels in a close meet on Saturday afternoon, defeating Campbell 159-137 in the fourth consecutive season-opener between the two teams. With the loss, Campbell’s woes against the Liberty Flames continues, as the team has …

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Campbell Falls to Radford Despite Strong Efforts

Photo by Scarborough Photography By Aaron Schnoor Staff Writer   A valiant effort was not enough for Campbell on Friday night, as the Fighting Camels narrowly fell to Radford University in the final of four sets. Radford, the top team in the Big South Conference currently, has lost only one …

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Men’s Soccer Wins 2-1 Over Liberty

Photo by Bennett Scarborough   By: Erin Scott Staff Writer @ErinScott07   BUIES CREEK, NC – The Campbell men’s soccer team emerges victorious over Liberty with a score of 2-1 on Friday night at Eakes Athletic Complex. The Fighting Camels are now 5-4-1 on the season and 1-1 in conference …

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Campbell Victorious Over Radford

Photo By Ka’Deem Wynn   By Ka’Deem Wynn Assistant/Sports Editor @KaDeemWynn In perhaps one of the most electrifying home games this season, Campbell women’s soccer pulls through to emerge victorious after hosting Radford University Wednesday night, ending with a final score of 2-0.   The victory is especially sweet for …