Camels progress to semifinals

By LynJosha Russell, Assistant Editor   Despite the foggy night, the Fighting Camels soccer team defeated the Longwood Lancers in the quarterfinals Tuesday night 3-2. The first goal made by Lancers’ Daena Bodie assisted by Dan Campos. The Camels came back with a goal by Bradley Farias, assisted by Isaiah Page to tie the score […]

Q&A with junior golfer Nadine White

By Matthew Sokol, Sports Editor Nadine White, a junior on the Campbell women’s golf team, has earned the Big South Conference Women’s Golfer of the Week honor twice this season. At the Fighting Camel Fall Classic on Oct. 20, White finished as the runner-up for the second-straight year. White took some time to talk more about […]

Campbell men’s basketball team ready to take the court

By Devin McCray, Staff Writer The Campbell men’s basketball season will tip off Nov. 13 in Gore Arena at 8:15 p.m. as the Fighting Camels will face Montreat College. “I can’t believe the season is already here; it seems as though October has flew by us very quickly, but I feel like we have been quite […]

Women’s soccer season comes to an end

By Eric Ortiz, Contributing Writer Campbell women’s soccer’s impressive season came to an end Sunday afternoon after falling in the Big South Conference championship match at Bryan Park in Greensboro, N.C. The No. 1-seed Liberty Flames topped the No. 4-seed Fighting Camels, 1-0. Over the weekend, the Fighting Camels received a ton of support from their […]

CU to host Big South men’s tourney

By LynJosha Russell, Assistant Editor Excitement rang in Gore Arena when faculty, students, and community members heard that Campbell was selected as the host school for the Big South Men’s Basketball Championship. The tournament will take place March 3 to 6, 2016, and this will be the first time that Campbell will host the men’s event. […]

Lady Camels swimming towards excellence

By LynJosha Russell, Assistant Editor The Campbell Swim team began their season against their arch rival, the Liberty Flames, in late September. After the Flames topped the Lady Camels 171-120 in the home opener, the Camels have been on a non-stop mission to become excellent. “When the season began, we always have a very bright outlook,” […]

Schuitema reaches new record in assists

By Devin McCray, Staff Writer A milestone has been reached in Campbell Volleyball as sophomore Summer Schuitema has reached 1,000 assist in her college career. “This is a confidence boost, just knowing that I can contribute and help the team accomplish things,” said Schuitema. “It’s a good feeling to reach this in my career, but I […]

Sitting down with Kameron Bryant

By Matthew Sokol, Sports Editor Kameron Bryant is the starting quarterback for the Campbell Football team for the 2015–2016 season. With Bryant at quarterback, the team is 4-4 on the season after a loss to Morehead State with a final score of 31-27. Q: How has the transition gone for you coming from Appalachian State and […]

Tennis player swings into fashion success

By LynJosha Russell, Assistant Editor As he sat in the congregation during his mother’s sermon one Sunday, she said something that really stood out to him. At that moment, Jonathan O’Neal said, “You know what? I’m going to make a shirt with that.” He made one order of t-shirts and sold all of them by the […]

Breaking records in the Creek: Jones rushes towards a successful college career

By Devin McCray, Staff Writer Campbell football running back De’Shawn Jones reached a milestone in his college career. This year, Jones broke Campbell’s single game rushing record in the first home game against Pikeville, finishing the game with 189 rushing yards and a touchdown off of 15 carries. As far as the rest of the season, […]