Lacrosse falls short in weekend matches

By Brooke Williams Staff Writer The Campbell University Women’s Lacrosse team fell to 3-11 (0-4 in Big South) over the weekend. Sunday, Campbell lost 21-6 to High Point (5-8, and 3-1 in the Big South). Friday, the team lost 21-10 to Winthrop in their first home conference game of the season. The Winthrop Eagles came […]

Leading outfielder receives conference and national honors

By Eric Ortiz Staff Writer Campbell Baseball is having another successful season and one of the many reasons for this is their most lethal weapon at the plate, junior outfielder Cole Hallum. Hallum leads Campbell offensively with 35 runs batted in and is the only Camel to hit double-digit home runs with 10. He also […]

New club unites sports business-minded students

By Matthew Sokol News Editor New to Campbell this spring is the Sport Leadership Club, bringing together any students interested in the sports business world, regardless of their major. The president of the club is senior sport management major Jonathan Boggs, who took the initiative to start the club. He has been working with Campbell […]

Stan Cole looks back on CU’s run in NCAA

By John Capers Staff Writer The NCAA tournament is under way, and it has been one of the hottest topics in conversation nationwide. Will Kentucky have the perfect season, or will they be upset? What team will be the “Cinderella story” this year? While March Madness is now an entertaining past-time for students on campus […]

Going the distance with Morgan Timiney

By Brooke Williams Staff Writer On Saturday, March 21, a 27-year-old Campbell record was broken. Redshirt-senior Morgan Timiney set his personal best and the school record for his 1:53.30 800 meter run at the Wake Forest Open, the Track and Field team’s first outdoor meet of the season. “I’m really excited about it; it’s a […]

Camels fall to Radford in weekend series

By Eric Ortiz Staff Writer The Fighting Camels baseball team dropped three conference games, 3-1, 9-2 and 6-2 to the Radford Highlanders over the weekend in Campbell’s first three-game sweep since 2011. Sunday, the Highlanders took advantage of the Camels slow start earlier in the weekend by scoring a run in the first inning. The […]

Former Campbell basketball player returns to join faculty

By Eric Ortiz Staff Writer Considered one of the greats in Campbell basketball history, Tarick Johnson has a lot on his resumé. He’s a member of the 1,000 Point Club and sits 20th on the all-time scoring list, netting 1,180 points during his four year Campbell career from 2000–2004. He was born in England and […]

Camels extend winning streak to 14, three in conference

By Eric Ortiz Staff Writer Sunday, Fighting Camel baseball defeated Longwood yet again 8-6, bringing the total wins to 14 with four in conference. The team started off conference play with a 3-2 victory on Friday and a 7-1 victory on Saturday, both over the Longwood Lancers. Head Coach Justin Haire was excited to start […]

Newcomer Rakitin shows racket skills on tennis team

By Brooke Williams Staff Writer Sophomore Nicolas Rakitin is proving to be quite the addition to the Men’s Tennis Team. He’s on a five-game winning streak with a record of 9-2, the best on the team. In doubles, he is 3-3. “It’s a good record so far,” said Rakitin. “I hope to be able to […]

Camel Cam takes on bigger courts at Big South

By LynJosha Russell Sports Editor While many students spent their spring break at the beach, on a family trip or catching up on studies, the cast and crew of Camel Cam spent theirs on the job. After a two-hour drive, Camel Cam arrived at Coastal Carolina’s HTC Center in Conway, S.C. to cover the Big […]