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Campbell Fighting Camels
Conference: Big South Conference
NCAA Division: Division I
City: Buies Creek, North Carolina
Stadium: John W. Pope Jr. Convocation Center
- National Championships: None
- Conference Titles: 2 (2010, 2019)
- NCAA Tournaments: 1 (1992)
- Trans America Athletic Conference
- Atlantic Sun Conference
Campbell Fighting Camels Standings & Analysis
This college basketball team analysis breaks down the team stats that matter and provides insights into the Campbell Fighting Camels standings for this season, as well as their strengths and weaknesses. Whether you’re a seasoned sports analyst or just starting to follow college basketball, this section has something for everyone.
All-Time Campbell Fighting Camels Stats & Records
- Chris Clemons, 3,225
- Jonathan Rodriguez, 2,153
- Joe Spinks, 1,711
- Dan Pogue, 701
- Junard Hartley, 600
- Brad Childress, 543
- Terry Coner: 664
- Gary Waites: 595
- Anthony Murray: 463
Overview of the Campbell Standings
The Campbell Fighting Camels had a mixed bag of results during the 2021-2022 college basketball season. The team had a decent start to the season but struggled to maintain consistency, leading to a mediocre overall record.
The Fighting Camels finished the season with an 11-18 record and a 6-12 record in conference play, placing them 9th in the Big South Conference standings. Despite their struggles, the team managed to win some key games, including a double-overtime victory against Gardner-Webb and a nail-biting win over UNC Asheville.
Leading the way for the Fighting Camels were guards Cedric Henderson Jr. and Jordan Whitfield. Henderson Jr. averaged 13.2 points per game while shooting 45.1% from the field, while Whitfield chipped in with 12.6 points per game and 3.6 rebounds per game.
In addition to the two guards, Campbell also had some solid contributions from forwards Joshua Lusane and Jesus Carralero. Lusane averaged 11.3 points per game and a team-high 6.4 rebounds per game, while Carralero added 9.6 points per game and 4.6 rebounds per game.
While the season didn’t go as well as they had hoped, the Fighting Camels still managed to show flashes of potential. With some key players returning next season, there is reason to be optimistic about the future of Campbell basketball
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Before placing a bet, make sure to check if any key players on the Campbell Fighting Camels team are injured or out of the game. Injuries can significantly impact the team’s performance and affect the outcome of the game. Stay up to date with injury reports and make sure to adjust your bets accordingly.
Look at the team’s recent performances, including their wins and losses, and analyze the factors that led to these outcomes. Check if there were any injuries, changes in the lineup, or other factors that could have affected their performance.
Understanding the team’s playing style can help you make an informed bet. Check if they have a fast-paced or a slow-paced game, how their defense works, and how they adapt to the opposing team’s tactics.
Understanding the strengths and weaknesses of the Fighting Camels’ opponents is essential. Check their records, playing styles, and how they have performed against similar teams in the past. This can help you predict the outcome of the game more accurately.
Campbell Fighting Camels Basketball History
Campbell began play as a junior college and defeated UNC-Wilminton for the 61 National Junior College Athletic Association championship. Campbell made the move to NAIA the following season, with the school becoming a senior college that year. In 1969-70, the Camels advanced to the NAIA Tournament, where they lost in the first round. Campbell returned to the NAIA Tournament in 1977, advancing to the finals before settling for runner-up.
The Camels made the move to Division I and after several years as an independent, joined the Big South Conference for the 1985-86 season. In 1991-92, Campbell won the Big South Conference tournament, sending the team to its only appearance in the NCAA Tournament. The Camels lost in the first round to Duke.
After the 1993-94 season, Campbell switched to the Trans America Athletic Conference, where it remained until joining the Atlantic Sun for the 2001-02 season. The Fighting Camels returned to the Big South for the 2011-12 season.
While the Camels have been unable to get back to the NCAA Tournament since 1992, Campbell has appeared in other postseason tournaments, with a trip to the CIT in 2017, where the team reached the quarterfinals. In 2018, the Camels advanced to the CBI and lost in the first round of the NIT in 2019.