Soccer | Callie Beckwith fulfilling her dream

By Ka’Deem Wynn Sports Editor She always knew that she wanted to play in college, but the constant question of whether she could play Division I ball was still up in the air. For Campbell women’s freshman soccer player Callie Beckwith, playing the sport of soccer has never been about the size of the dog […]

Men’s soccer falls to Presbyterian 1-0 with last-second goal

By Matthew Sokol Editor-in-Chief With only three seconds left on the clock, Presbyterian’s Cade Crowe ended this past Saturday night’s game at the Eakes Athletic complex, 1-0.    The Blue Hose (6-7-2, 4-1 BSC) marched the ball down the field in the last few seconds of the game after a missed opportunity by Campbell (5-8, […]

New PE classes beginning spring 2017

By Ka’Deem Wynn Assistant Editor As the seasons change, so do classes. The latest addition to Campbell’s class catalog set to begin at the start of the 2017 spring semester, the department of Exercise Science will introduce two new physical education classes: Fun and Fitness, and Individualized Fitness Programs. The classes are headed by former […]

Why athletes choose to transfer to other schools

By Syd Holt Staff writer Why do student-athletes transfer schools after they’ve committed to one? If they truly didn’t want to go to a certain institution, why sign? Transferring schools is something that many collegiate student-athletes consider and many others decide to do. For each person, there’s a number of reasons for doing so, but […]

Meet quarterback Elijah Burress

By Ka’Deem Wynn Staff Writer In the back of his mind, the starting quarterback for the Campbell Football team  always knew that he would be a Division I athlete. He is 6’2, 230 pounds of pure strength and power, and has a heck of a throwing arm. Born in Maryland, though he hails from Fredericksburg, […]

Column | Student-athletes have same access to academic help

By Syd Holt Staff Writer What it is like being a student-athlete? A lot of people think that being a student-athlete can get you a significant amount of benefits that regular students don’t have access to. In some cases that may be true, and sometimes these “benefits” will get a school in trouble — see […]

Campbell football falls 31-14 to Presbyterian College in game three of 2016 season

By: Ka’deem Wynn Staff Writer Campbell quarterback Elijah Burress going to the ground at home in Barker-Lane Stadium. (Photo by Will Bratton) BUIES CREEK, N.C. ─  The Campbell Football team fell short in the second home game of the season against  Presbyterian College 31-14. The game was the sixth-largest crowd in Barker-Lane Stadium history. Darrell […]

New faces for women’s soccer

By Matthew Sokol Editor-in-Chief The 2016 campaign has started for the Campbell Women’s Soccer squad and there are 12 new faces representing the future. Two of those twelve freshmen, goalkeepers Delaney Beck and Natalya Marcove, hold down the fort between the posts. Beck, the Bakersfield, Calif. native, played for the South Valley Soccer Club reaching […]

Presbyterian will provide Campbell’s first true gridiron test

Wrap-ups courtesy of You couldn’t have asked for a better start to the season for Campbell’s football program. Two games, two wins, more than 1,000 yards total offense, a 106-21 advantage on the scoreboard and a stifling defense that allowed just 1 rushing yard against Chowan on Saturday. Presbyterian’s stat sheet through two games […]

Campbell Football Dominates In Season-Opener

By Ka’deem Wynn, Staff Writer     BUIES CREEK, N.C. ─ Get on board because the freight train is leaving the station with no signs of slowing down, as the Campbell football team defeated Bluefield college 59-7 at home in Barker-Lane stadium. After initially being delayed two days ago due to weather, the season-opening matchup for the Camels went […]