Heino competes in wrestling world championship

By LynJosha Russell, Assistant Editor Campbell’s own junior wrestler Ville Heino was selected for and competed at the Wrestling World Championships, representing his home country of Finland, in Las Vegas on Sept. 11. In the first round, the qualification round, Heino defeated Armenian wrestler Musa Murtazaliev, 3-2. That win sent him to Round 2, where he […]

Bradley Farias brings early success to 2015

By Matthew Sokol, Sports Editor For the second week in a row, Bradley Farias was named the Choice Hotel’s Big South Attacking Player of the Week. Both on Sept. 14 and Sept. 21, the Indiantown, Fla., native received the honor after his top performances. Farias also was named to the College Soccer News and Top Drawer […]

Men’s tennis has high hopes for the season

By Devin McCray, Staff Writer For the past two seasons, the Campbell men’s tennis team has finished at the top of the Big South Conference rankings. This season, the goal is to win a conference championship. “It’s great to make it to the finals,” said Head Coach David Johnson. “However, our goal this year is to […]

Athletics phases out live game radio broadcasts

By Dylan Blackburn, Staff Writer Since 2007 and 2008, Campbell Basketball and Football games have been broadcast on 107.3 FM, a local Christian radio station, until the Athletic Department ended the practice this year. Chris Hemeyer, the Director of Broadcasting and Digital Media at Campbell Athletics, cited the success of online video streaming as a reason […]

Campbell Glides Past ESTU 2-1 on Friday

    By Matthew Sokol, Sports Editor Campbell defeated East Tennessee State University on Friday 2-1 after goals by Ashley Clark and Shannon Wratchford. The Camels now advance to 5-3 on the season with under a week left until conference play. During the first half of play, the Camels went into the half with a […]

Campbell Pulls off Double Overtime Victory on Farias Penalty Kick

  By: Matthew Sokol, Sports Editor BUIES CREEK, N.C. — Campbell’s men’s soccer team pulled out the 4-3 victory during the second overtime period on a penalty kick taken by Bradley Farias during its regular season opener on Friday against Jacksonville. The Camels now move on to 3-3 on the season with conference play starting […]

Crema given Big South volleyball honor

By Devin McCray, Staff Writer Senior volleyball player Mary Crema was awarded the Preseason Big South All Conference honor for the second year in a row. Last season, Crema played in every set for 31 matches, tallied 41 aces and hit her career high of 40 digs against Radford. Crema transferred to Campbell University three years […]

Column: Looking forward with Coach Horne

By Matthew Sokol, Sports Editor Campbell women’s soccer team head coach Stuart Horne is now in his second year as head coach, and is looking to build upon the seed he planted last season in 2014. This year, the team is off to a great start with a record of 4-1. The Camels started the season […]

Campbell takes down South Carolina State 1-0 in Wednesday night Showdown

  By Matthew Sokol, Sports Editor BUIES CREEK, N.C. — Campbell defeated South Carolina State 1-0 on Wednesday evening to improve their record to 3-1. Junior forward Payton Orsmby scored in the 85th minute of play after redshirt senior Ashley Clark fed her the ball earning the assist on the play along with junior defender […]

Campbell football prepares for home opener under the lights

By Matthew Sokol Sports Editor Football is back in the Creek Thursday night, with former Carolina Panther Mike Minter entering his third season as head coach. The Camels look to build upon last season’s 5-7 record, and they started the season off right with the fourth-place rank in the Pioneer Football League preseason standings. Minter […]