Campbell senior pitcher Heath Bowers collected a school record 15 strikeouts and the Fighting Camels (11-2) won their eighth game in a row, 4-2 over Bowling Green (3-4), Friday at Jim Perry Stadium.
Eight Camels knocked in runs in game one and seven scored in game two, helping Campbell sweep a Wednesday doubleheader over William and Mary at Jim Perry Stadium.
Campbell shot 53.6 percent in the second half and forced 23 Winthrop turnovers in a 65-52 victory in the 2015 VisitMyrtleBeach.com Big South Tournament quarterfinals on Thursday afternoon inside the HTC Center.
Jerome Hill scored 17 points and grabbed 14 rebounds for his 16th double-double of the year to lead Gardner-Webb to a 72-64 win over
Campbell is set to clash with Winthrop for the first time in postseason play in the 2015 VisitMyrtleBeach.com Big South Tournament quarterfinals at 2 p.m. today inside the HTC Center.
Jordan-Matthews 44, East Duplin 43
Mark Riches (Grace Christian) was named the 2015 Bible College National Invitational Tournament MVP
Union Pines 59, Southern Durham 53 - OT
Trailing 43-27 with 15:24 to play, Campbell rallied with an 18-3 run over the next eight and a half minutes to cut Liberty's lead to a point before falling 64-57 on Saturday afternoon's Senior Day inside Gore Arena.
Quincy Taylor scored 25 points and Longwood held off a furious Campbell rally to claim a 70-65 Big South win Saturday at Willett Hall.
NCHSAA state basketball tournament games
North Moore 57, Pine Lake Prep 52 - OT
Seniors Reco McCarter, with 17 points, and Andrew Ryan, with 14, combined for 31 points in their final home game to lead Campbell to a 65-50 Big South win over Winthrop Thursday night at Gore Arena.
Campbell (18-10, 13-6 Big South) used its best shooting half of the season and withstood a second-half rally by Coastal Carolina (12-16, 6-13) to pick up a 78-69 Big South victory inside Gore Arena on Tuesday evening.
Snow across North Carolina caused postponements of high school basketball state tournament games Tuesday including for Southern Lee and Lee County. The Cavaliers and Lady Yellow Jackets are scheduled to hit the road this evening for first-round tourney games.
Grant Yost pitched eight innings, allowing two hits and one run, and Anthony Lopez drove in two runs to lead Campbell past Virginia Tech 3-1 Monday evening in the CU Invitational finale at Jim Perry Stadium.
NCHSAA State Tournament first round at higher seeds
3A East - No. 19 Southern Lee (13-9) at No. 14 Northern Nash (9-12) - 7 p.m.
Campbell first baseman Chandler Patterson (Lee County) garnered awards for her performance on the field as she was named the Big South Conference Choice Hotels Softball Player of the Week and
Union Pines senior Samuel Bartram won the 138-pound state championship in the NCHSAA 3A State Championships and Chatham Central sophomore Nick Daggett won the 106-pound state championship in the 1A tournament Saturday night at the Greensboro Coliseum.
Campbell's softball squad was lined up to play in Chapel Hill, in the UNC Invitational, this weekend before wintry weather forced the Tar Heel tourney to be called off. Instead of staying home,
Will Saunders sank six 3-pointers and finished with a career-high 26 points to propel Charleston Southern to an 86-57 win over Campbell on Saturday.
Campbell was held to three points in the opening 10 minutes as Radford (16-11, 13-5 Big South) opened a double-digit lead and the Lady Camels (17-10, 12-6) were able to close the gap to single digits just once in the second half in a 67-43 setback inside the Dedmon Center on Saturday afternoon.
Southern Lee's boys basketball team will have to hit the road, but get to face a squad with a below-.500 overall record, when the NCHSAA State Tournament begins Tuesday night.
Late Saturday results
Track and field
NCHSAA 3A Indoor Track and Field State Championship