Lacrosse seniors Day and Hitch compete for national recognition

By Matthew Sokol, Sports Editor With the regular season coming to a close for the Campbell Lacrosse team, seniors Erica Hitch and Loren Day are competing in the NCAA rankings for assists and goals scored under the direction of head coach Dawn Easley. Senior leadership was one of the main themes going around the team this […]

Track and field jumps, runs and hurdles to success

  By Sierra Fox, Staff Writer Campbell University’s track and field stars have had strong showings during their indoor season. Now, they are excited to bring it on again at the outdoor Big South Conference Championship May 10–12 at Liberty University. For the women, Shenelle McKay finished first in the high jump earlier this year at […]

Milhouse on the road to the NFL

By LynJosha Russell , Assistant Editor Campbell Football not only has one, but three players that are NFL Draft prospects. The one that seems to capture many professional NFL teams’ eyes is senior defensive lineman Greg Milhouse Jr. Milhouse, 6’3, 295 pounds, from Garner, N. C., came to Campbell in his junior year after transferring from […]

Campbell Athletics named Ronny Fisher as new women’s head basketball coach

By: Matthew Sokol, Sports Editor BUIES CREEK, N.C. — The atmosphere was electric in the lobby of the John W. Pope Jr. Convocation Center today with the announcement by the director of athletics Bob Roller, with the hiring of the new women’s basketball head coach Ronny Fisher. Fisher is succeeding Wanda Watkins, who served as […]

Hornberger prepares for third Big South tournament

By Matthew Sokol, Sports Editor With two weeks to go until Big South tournament play, Craig Hornberger is preparing for his third conference tournament. According to, Hornberger is ranked second in par-3 scoring at 2.95, and 6th in short game percentage at 67.4%. In Hornberger’s freshman year Big South tournament appearance, he tied for 18th […]

Q & A with baseball’s Jimmy Monaghan

By Sierra Fox, Staff Writer Jimmy Monaghan wears #18 on the baseball field here at Campbell University. He is a freshman from La Plata, Maryland and has already made a huge impact on the team. How was the transition going from high school to Division 1 baseball? “The transition has been pretty smooth and the work […]

Watkins steps down after 35 years

By LynJosha Russell, Assistant Editor After 35 years of serving as Campbell Women’s Basketball head coach and 549 wins, Coach Wanda Watkins is stepping down. It brings tears to Watkins’s eyes when she reminisces on her years coaching at Campbell. Watkins has made so many memories and relationships that she will never forget. “It’s been a […]

Q&A with Rachel McCollum

By Ashley Williams, Staff Writer Rachel McCollum is a freshman softball player from Seven Springs, NC. In high school she held the school record for 12 homeruns and the highest batting average at .805. Why did you choose to come to Campbell? “I like the school and the softball program as well, so it just seemed […]

Q&A with Maud Mrad

By Matthew Sokol, Sports Editor Maud Mrad is a senior from Metz, France who plays on the Campbell women’s tennis team. Mrad played club tennis in France in the third highest division. What is your favorite place to eat off-campus and why? “I like to eat frozen yogurt, and Sunni Sky’s is my favorite place I […]