January 30, 2000
Cupo’s Goal Secures Tie For Lady Camels at Georgia State
Cupo?s Goal Secures Tie For Lady Camels at Georgia State

January 28, 2000
Virginia Commonwealth 1, Campbell 0 VCU01—1 Campbell00—0
Virginia Commonwealth 1, Campbell 0 VCU01?1 Campbell00?0

January 27, 2000
Elon Nips Campbell 2-1 In Overtime
ELON COLLEGE, N.C. -- Erin Morse scored twice as Elon slipped past Campbell 2-1 in two overtime periods at Rudd Field on Wednesday for its third consecutive victory. Morse gave the Phoenix (3-8) a 1-0 lead with a goal at the 51:43 mark. Marissa Venuti and M.K. Davis each earned an assist on the play. Connie Ferguson pulled the Camels (2-5) even at 1-1 with a score at 86:52 off of a Becky Moghaddam pass.Morse then netted her second goal of the contest via an assist by Erin Lautermilch at 109:21. The loss was Campbell's fifth in a row and second-straight overtime setback. Elon outshot Campbell 19-6, including 8-4 on shots on goal. Morse took six shots, including four on goal. Phoenix goalie Sommer Cork tallied three saves while Camel keeper Jamie Olson snagged six.

January 25, 2000
North Carolina State Blanks Camels 2-0
North Carolina State Blanks Camels 2-0

January 23, 2000
Samford Downs Campbell 3-2 In Overtime
Samford Downs Campbell 3-2 In Overtime

January 21, 2000
UCF Defeats Campbell 8-0
BUIES CREEK, N.C. ? Michelle Anderson scored three goals and Cally Howell set school records for single-season and career assists to lead the University of Central Florida to an 8-0 women's soccer victory over Campbell on Saturday at the Eakes Athletic Complex. UCF led 2-0 at halftime, then scored three times in a 2:33 span midway through the second period to break open the game. The Golden Knights (7-10-1, 6-2-0 TAAC) handed Campbell (4-10-1, 2-6-1) its worst loss since an 8-0 setback at William and Mary in 1998. The loss also eliminated the Lady Camels from contention for a spot in next month's six-team Trans America Athletic Conference Tournament. Howell had three assists on the afternoon to give her 16 on the year and 34 for her career. She broke the season school record of 15 assists set by Danya Harris in 1996 and topped Harris' 33 career set-ups for the all-time mark. Jackie Kutudis gave UCF a 1-0 lead just 8:18 into the match, then Anderson scored her first goal in the 17th minute. Claire Kohake scored the first of her two tallies in the 57th minute, then Anderson completed her hat trick

January 21, 2000
Jacksonville State Takes First Conference Win, 2-1 Over Campbell
Jacksonville State Takes First Conference Win, 2-1 Over Campbell JACKSONVILLE, ALA. -- The Jacksonville State University Lady Gamecock soccer team pulled out a 2-1 victory over conference foe Campbell on Thursday at University Field. Sophomores Emily Hulburt and Angela Tribble carried the Lady Gamecocks to victory, scoring one goal each. Junior goalkeeper Adriana Finelli gave up one goal and picked up three saves on the day. Campbell freshman Sara Davis put the only goal on the board for the Camels in the early moments of play. The strike was the third of the season for the Jacksonville, N.C., native. Thursday's game was the first conference game for both teams. Jacksonville State improved to 4-4 on the year, while Campbell dropped to 2-3. On Saturday, JSU travels to Troy, while Campbell plays at Samford. 'I don't think we should have lost today,' said Campbell's first year head coach Patrick Ferguson. 'I thought we were as good as JSU. We made some early mistakes. We were favored to finish 10th in the conference, but I think we played a lot better than that today.'

January 21, 2000
Bethesda Fury Defeats Campbell 3-0 In Exhibition Women’s Soccer
Bethesda Fury Defeats Campbell 3-0 In Exhibition Women?s Soccer

January 19, 2000
Florida Atlantic 3, Campbell 1
Florida Atlantic 3, Campbell 1

January 19, 2000
Lady Camels Open TAAC Play On Two-Game Trip
BUIES CREEK, N.C. ? The Campbell University women's soccer team opens Trans America Athletic Conference play this week with a two-match road trip to Alabama. The Camels will square off against Jacksonville State on Thursday in a 4:00 p.m. (Central) kickoff, then head to Samford on Saturday for a 1:00 p.m. CST start. Campbell stands 2-2 on the year and has dropped its last two contests, but has not played since a 3-1 setback vs. East Carolina last Wednesday (Sept. 13). Jacksonville State enters Thursday's game with a 3-4 overall mark, while Samford (4-2) plays at Troy State on Thursday before hosting the Camels on Saturday. 'This is the first time all season that we've got everybody healthy, just in time for TAAC play and that in itself is motivation enough,' said first-year head coach Patrick Ferguson. 'These games this week are going to be very competitive.' Last season, Campbell dropped a 1-0 decision to Jacksonville State. CU edged Samford 2-1. Thursday's match against the Lady Gamecocks begins a stretch of four-straight road contests ? three in TAAC play -- for Campbell. Campbell's young squad opened this year with a 2-0 victory over Appalachian State and a 3-2 overtime

January 14, 2000
Stetson 3, Campbell 1
Stetson 3, Campbell 1

January 12, 2000
Jacksonville Defeats Campbell 3-1
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ? Three Jacksonville University women's soccer players scored as the Dolphins defeated Trans America Athletic Conference opponent Campbell 3-1 on Thursday afternoon at the Ashley Sports Complex. With the win, the Dolphins improve their record to 14-1-0 overall and remain undefeated in TAAC play with a 6-0-0 record. The victory extends the Dolphins' school-record winning streak to 13 as JU also tied the school record for wins in a season (14) set by the 1998 squad. The loss drops the Fighting Camels to 4-7-1 on the year, 2-3-1 in league play. Senior forward Stine Kloster opened the scoring for the Dolphins at 13:05 in the match with a header off a cross by senior midfielder Dianne Scott. Senior forward Marit Foss scored on a penalty kick at 37:29 to put JU up 2-0 at the half. Freshman defender Hanni Wenzell added the Dolphins' final goal at the 61:41 mark when she headed in a cross from Foss. The assist was Foss' nation-leading 23rd of the season. Campbell avoided the shutout when freshman Marisa McEntee scored at 82:01 from 18 yards out.

January 9, 2000
Liberty Defeats Campbell 3-0
BUIES CREEK, N.C. ? Liberty capitalized on two first-half defensive mistakes and defeated Campbell 3-0 in women's soccer action on Monday night at the Eakes Athletic Complex. The Flames improved to 8-5 while winning their third-straight game. Campbell saw its two-match win streak halted and fell to 4-6-1. In the 24th minute, Katie Woodrow scored off a bad back pass in the box to put Liberty in front 1-0. Alicia Davis capitalized on another loose ball in the Camel area with just 2:34 remaining in the first period and the Flames led 2-0 at the break. Liberty scored again in the 72nd minute when Nancy Davis converted after Camel keeper Jamie Olson could not hold Woodrow's shot. Liberty held a 20-7 advantage in shots. Campbell's best opportunity came in the 13th minute when Marisa McEntee broke away behind the Flame back line, but LU keeper Amy Moxley stopped McEntee's attempt at the top of the box. Moxley made six saves in the nets for Liberty. Olson had eight stops for Campbell, and in so doing, became Campbell's all-time saves leader with 167 in just 27 matches. The old record of 161 saves was set

January 7, 2000
Campbell Tops Mercer 3-1 In Homecoming Match
Campbell Tops Mercer 3-1 In Homecoming Match

January 6, 2000
Campbell Camels Athletics
Campbell Camels Athletics

January 5, 2000
Campbell Edges Troy State 1-0 In TAAC Women’s Soccer
Campbell Edges Troy State 1-0 In TAAC Women?s Soccer

January 1, 2000
Sara Davis Named to TAAC Women's Soccer All-Freshman Team
BUIES CREEK, N.C. ? Sara Davis of Campbell University has been named to the Trans America Athletic Conference Women's Soccer All-Freshman Team that was announced today. Davis, a native of Jacksonville, N.C., led the Camels in scoring as a freshman with 12 points on four goals and four assists in 16 matches. She made 14 starts (missing one game due to injury) and led the team with 40 shot attempts. She scored the first two goals of her career, including the game-winner, in Campbell's 3-2 sudden death overtime victory at Coastal Carolina on Aug. 30. Davis assisted on the game-winning goal in a 1-0 victory over Troy State on Oct. 5, while adding a goal and assist in a 3-1 win over Mercer two days later. In her prep career at Jacksonville High School, Davis was an all-area and all-conference selection. In addition to her athletics grant-in-aid at Campbell, she also earned a Presidential Academic Scholarship. 'It's pleasing that a forward on a team that didn't score a lot of goals was able to make the All-Freshman team and shows that other coaches in the league recognized her efforts,' said Campbell head coach Patrick Ferguson.

January 1, 2000
Penny Perrott's Two Goals Leads ECU Past Campbell in Women's Soccer Action
BUIES CREEK, N.C. ? Penny Perrott scored twice to lead East Carolina University to a 3-1 women's soccer win over Campbell University tonight at the Eakes Athletic Complex. The Pirates improved to 3-2 overall while the Camels fell to 2-2 on the year. Marisa McEntee scored Campbell's only goal in the eighth minute of the game, which started 35 minutes late due to inclement weather, after ECU goalkeeper Brooke Crews was out of the box. Joy Clark answered for the Pirates at 13:03 when she headed the ball in the net off a cross. She was assisted by Kim Sandhoff, who helped on all three goals, and Tara Carpenter. Perrott scored her first goal of the evening three and a half minutes later when she headed the ball in off a free kick by Sandhoff. In the 27th minute, Kelly Gray had a chance to put ECU up by two goals, but her header into the net was denied due to a foul inside the box. The Camels nearly tied the game at two-all in the 58th minute when Becky Moghaddam's kick ricocheted off the cross bar.

January 1, 2000
Campbell Tops Coastal Carolina 3-2 in Overtime
CONWAY, S.C. -- Campbell University scored a 3-2 come-from-behind overtime victory over Coastal Carolina in women's soccer action Wednesday night at CCU Soccer Stadium. Under the direction of first-year head coach Patrick Ferguson, Campbell improved to 2-0-0, marking the first time CU has won its first two outings of the season since 1997. Coastal Carolina dropped to 0-1-1. With 4:18 remaining in the first overtime period, Campbell freshman Sara Davis took a cross from Erika Cupo and dribbled through the left side of the box. After beating one Lady Chanticleer defender, Davis ? a Jacksonville, N.C., product -- tallied her second goal of the game and her career as she turned and floated the ball over the head of Coastal keeper Candice Doten. Coastal Carolina, in its first season of play and second overtime game in as many outings, took a 1-0 lead in the first half when Tiffany Turner scored on a header off of a corner kick by Kristen Wisse during the 37th minute. The Lady Chanticleers held the lead through the remaining minutes of the first half, but Campbell frosh Becky Moghaddam from Aurora, Colo., posted her first career goal just 3:02 into the second half to knot the

January 1, 2000
Campbell 2, Appalachian State 0
Campbell 2, Appalachian State 0

January 1, 2000
Campbell Women's Soccer Puts Three on NCCSIA All-State Team
BUIES CREEK, N.C. ? Danielle Hange, Cadian Lawrence and Erin Switalski, all seniors on the Campbell University women's soccer team, were named to the North Carolina Collegiate Sports Information Association (NCCSIA) All-State team.Switalski receives NCCSIA All-State honors for the second season in a row. The senior keeper is the first Lady Camel to be a two-time selection to the squad. The 2004 season was another outstanding year in the nets for Switalski as she started all 21 matches, posted a 0.85 GAA and tied her own school record with nine shutouts. The Brecksville, Ohio native leaves Campbell as the school's all-time leader in career shutouts (26) and career saves (329).The All-State selection is the first for senior defender Danielle Hange. The four-year starter and co-captain had another solid season in the back for the Camels anchoring a defense that set a new program mark with 11 team shutouts. The Ashland, Ohio native is a four-time member of the Atlantic Sun All-Academic team and finished her career at Campbell as the schools all-time leader with 76 matches started.Lawrence had a breakout season for CU in 2004 posting career-highs in matches played/started (21), goals (8), assists (3) and points (19). The O'Fallon Ill. native paced the squad with four game-winning goals, including the game-clincher in each of CU's back-to-back wins against Florida Atlantic and UCF in September. Lawrence ended her Campbell career with 13 career goals, good for 10th on the school's all-time list.

January 1, 2000
Erin Switalski Named to Soccer Buzz All-Southeast Third Team
BUIES CREEK, N.C. ? Erin Switalski, senior goalkeeper for the Campbell University women's soccer team, has been named to the Soccer Buzz All-Southeast Region Third Team.This is the second time Switalski was honored by Soccer Buzz. Switalski was selected to the 2001 Soccer Buzz All-Freshman team.Along with being named to the Soccer Buzz All-Southeast Third team, Switalski was named to the NCSAA Southeast Region Second Team on a regional level. The four-year starter was also named to the Atlantic Sun all-conference First Team for the third time in four years and was picked for the A-Sun all tournament team. Switalski was also named the A-Sun Tournament MVP after posting two shutouts in leading the Camels to their first ever conference title and NCAA College Cup appearance.The 2004 season was another outstanding year in the nets for Switalski as she posted a 0.85 GAA and tied her own school record with nine shutouts in starting all 21 matches for the Camels. The Brecksville, Ohio native leaves Campbell as the school's all-time leader in career shutouts (26) and career saves (329).Including Switalski, fellow seniors Danielle Hange (1st), Cadian Lawrence (2nd), Susan Persson (2nd) and Tracy Taddonio (2nd) all earned all-conference honors. Freshman Danielle Mandela was picked for the A-Sun All-Freshman team. In addition, seniors Switalski, Taddonio, Hange, Persson and Jamie Armstrong were named to the 2004 A-Sun All-Tournament team.

January 1, 2000
Erin Switalski Named to the NSCAA Southeast Region 2nd Team
BUIES CREEK, N.C. ? Erin Switalski, senior goalkeeper for the Campbell women's soccer team, has been named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NCSAA) All-Southeast Region Second Team.The second team selection for Switalski is the highest honor for a member of CU's women's soccer team in five seasons under head coach Pat Ferguson. Switalski is the first CU player to make the All-Region team since Sara Davis (3rd team) in 2001. Jenn Stephenson (1995) was the last Lady Camel to appear on the All-Region Second Team.Along with being named to the NCSAA Southeast Region Second Team, Switalski was selected to the A-Sun all-conference first team for the third time in four years. The four-year starter was also named the A-Sun Tournament MVP after posting two shutouts in leading the Camels to their first ever conference title.Switalski posted a 0.85 GAA with nine shutouts in 21 matches for the Camels in 2004. Switalski leaves Campbell as the school's all-time leader in career shutouts (26) and career saves (329). The Brecksville, Ohio native also holds the CU record for single-season shutouts, having totaled nine in each of the past two seasons.Switalski is not the only member of the Atlantic Sun to make the All-Region team. JoAnna Black and Kendra Flock, both of UCF, were also selected to the Southeast Region Second Team. Allison Blagriff, also of UCF, was picked as a Third Team All-Region player.

January 1, 2000
2004 Campbell Women's Soccer Year in Review
BUIES CREEK, N.C. ? For the Campbell women's soccer team, 2004 was a season of firsts and records, one that culminated in a trip to the Women's College Cup.The '04 edition of the Lady Camels became the first squad in the program's 13-year history to advance to the NCAA tournament, the first to win the Atlantic Sun tournament title and the first to claim the A-Sun's regular season championship.CU took the Atlantic Sun's automatic bid to the NCAA tourney after defeating UCF 3-1 on penalty kicks in the A-Sun Championship match. Senior Lexie Wilson, who didn't play in the 110-minute contest, clinched the shootout win for the Camels when her attempt glanced off the right post and into the net. Along with the firsts, CU posted 11 wins and six ties during a school record with a 17-match unbeaten streak. Before the setback to the Tar Heels in the College Cup, Campbell had not lost since a 1-0 defeat to Coastal Carolina on Sept. 4. The program's

January 1, 2000
Campbell Women's Soccer Draws Top-Seed North Carolina in 2004 College Cup
BUIES CREEK, N.C. ? Campbell University, the 2004 Atlantic Sun Women's Soccer Champions, will play top-seeded North Carolina in the first round of the NCAA College Cup Thursday. Game time is set for 4:00 p.m. at Fetzer Field in Chapel Hill.The Camels (12-1-7) earned an automatic bid after defeating UCF on penalty kicks (3-1) Saturday in the A-Sun Championship match. This is the first NCAA tournament appearance for Campbell's women's soccer program, now in its 13th season.Saturday's scoreless tie with UCF extended the Camels school record 17 match unbeaten streak. CU has earned 11 wins and six ties during the streak and has not lost since a 1-0 setback to Coastal Carolina on Sept. 4.The Camels also played their entire 2004 home schedule without trailing in a single match. Campbell went 8-0-2 and earned seven of the school record tying 11 shutouts on the season at the Eakes.The University of North Carolina women's soccer team enters this year's tournament as the number one seed, despite falling to Virginia on penalty kicks in the ACC championship.The Tar Heels have won 17 of the 22 national titles all-time and are one of only two teams, Connecticut the other, to be invited to all 23 College Cups since the tournament began in 1982. The Camels are one of 14 schools in 2004 making their initial appearance in the tournament.Thursday's match marks the first ever meeting between North Carolina and Campbell. The Camels

January 1, 2000
Gardner-Webb Bounces Stetson 4-1 in A-Sun Women's Soccer First Round
BUIES CREEK, N.C. ? Leeanna Woodworth scored a goal and assisted on two others as Gardner-Webb defeated Stetson 4-1 Thursday in the first round of the Atlantic Sun Women's Soccer Championship at the Eakes Athletic Complex.With the score tied 1-1 in the 36th minute, Kristin Savoy scored the game-winner for Gardner-Webb when her shot found the top of the net from 18 yards out. Woodworth earned her first of two assists on the goal.Woodworth, the A-Sun Player of the Year, picked up her second assist of the night when she played the ball to Liz Kier whose shot from 20 yards out went off Stetson keeper April Eilering and into the net at 55:17.Seven minutes later, at the 62:00 mark of the game, Kier stole the ball from Eilering and found Woodworth who scored into the empty. Gardner-Webb scored the game's first goal when a corner kick by Woodworth was directed in by a Stetson defender in the 13th minute. Jennifer Hays of Stetson tied the game 12 minutes later when she scored on a rebound from close range.The Hatters outshot Gardner-Webb 16-6 for the game. Bulldogs' keeper Corinne Razem made 11 saves on the night, while Eilering made two saves before being replaced by Jordan Rasmussen in the 73rd minute.With the win, Gardner-Webb improves to 10-7-2 and nexts play Friday at 7:00 p.m. against host and top seed Campbell. The

January 1, 2000
Campbell Camels Athletics
Campbell Camels Athletics

January 1, 2000
Pairings Set for 2004 A-Sun Women's Soccer Championship
BUIES CREEK, N.C. ? The pairings for the six team 2004 Atlantic Sun Women's Soccer Championship hosted by Campbell University are set with games scheduled for Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the Eakes Athletic Complex.This year's field consists of top-seeded Campbell, #2 UCF, #3 Florida Atlantic, #4 Gardner-Webb, #5 Stetson and #6 Jacksonville. Thursday's match-ups feature Florida Atlantic (7-2-1) and Jacksonville (3-3-4) at 4:00 p.m. The Owls downed the Dolphins 4-0 in their only meeting this season.Gardner-Webb (5-3-2) takes on Stetson (3-3-4) at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday. The Bulldogs and Hatters played to a scoreless tie on Oct. 23 in their only meeting of the season.On Friday UCF will play the 4:00 p.m. game against the FAU/JU winner. UCF earned victories over both squads, with each win coming via the shutout ? 3-0 over FAU and 2-0 over JU.Campbell will play at 7:00 p.m. against the winner of the GWU/Stetson match. The Camels posted a 1-0-1 record against their potential opponents. CU picked up a 1-0 over GWU and played to a 2-2 draw with Stetson.The winners of the semi-final matches will meet in the Championship game which is slated for 6:00 p.m. Saturday. UCF has won both of the two previous A-Sun championships held in Buies Creek. The Golden Knights beat the Camels in

January 1, 2000
Lady Camels Head to Florida This Weekend Unbeaten in 11
BUIES CREEK, N.C. ? Needing two more conference wins to capture its first ever Atlantic Sun women's soccer championship, the Lady Camels travel to Florida this weekend for matches with Stetson and Jacksonville. CU plays the Hatters at 4:00 p.m. on Thursday and takes on the Dolphins on Saturday at 2:00 p.m.The Lady Camels are 4-2-2 all-time against Stetson and have won two of the last three meetings in the series. Last season's match came in the A-Sun tournament with Stetson advancing 4-3 on penalty kicks. Campbell has won the last two regular season meetings between the two schools including a 1-0 shutout of the Hatters in 2002.The Camels ended a seven match losing streak to Jacksonville with last season's 3-1 win in Buies Creek. All-time, JU has won seven of the nine meetings head-to-head with four shutouts during that span.Campbell is riding a school record 11-match unbeaten streak having earned eight wins and three ties during the run. The Camels are 9-1-4 overall and 6-0-1 in the A-Sun. CU has not trailed at home this season and is 5-0-1 overall.Stetson is 5-5-2 on the season overall and has a 3-3-1 conference mark. The Hatters are winless in their last three and have not scored a goal since downing Mercer 3-0 on Oct. 3. Jacksonville is 4-8-2 overall and 3-3-1 in the A-Sun. The Dolphins have dropped two in a row and have only one win in their last

January 1, 2000
Campbell, UCF First to Clinch Berth in A-Sun Women's Soccer Championship
BUIES CREEK, N.C. ? The Lady Camels and the University of Central Florida became the first two schools to qualify for the 2004 Atlantic Sun Women's Soccer Championship to be held in Buies Creek from Nov. 4-6. The top six schools in the end of the year standings qualify for the tournament.CU secured its berth in this year's championship with a 0-0 tie at Georgia State last week. The Camels are 6-0-1 in the A-Sun and in first place in the conference. With wins over Stetson and Jacksonville this weekend, Campbell can clinch the regular season title and the tournament's number one seed for the first time in the program's history.The Lady Camels are in the midst of a school record 11-match unbeaten streak (8 wins, 3 ties), and have not trailed at home this season posting five wins and one tie at the Eakes. CU is currently ranked 10th in the Soccer Buzz Magazine poll. The NCSAA Regional rankings had Campbell 10th last week ? the first time the program has been so honored since the 1995 season. UCF is the three-time defending tournament champions and has won eight of the 10 titles all-time. The Golden Knights are 12-3-1 overall this season and rank second in the A-Sun with a 7-2-0 conference mark.This year's championship marks the third time in the last 10 years that Campbell and the Eakes Athletic Complex will host the women's soccer championship. CU hosted the tournament in 1995 and 2002, with UCF winning both years. The Golden Knights defeated Campbell 1-0 in '95 and downed Jacksonville 3-2 in '02.Two games will be played Thursday and Friday with start times slated for 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. each day. The

January 1, 2000
Unbeaten In Seven, Lady Camels Head to Nashville This Weekend
BUIES CREEK, N.C. ? Riding a seven game unbeaten streak, the Campbell University women's soccer team travels to Nashville this weekend for matches with A-Sun foes Lipscomb (Thurs., 4:00 p.m.) and Belmont (Sat., 1:00 p.m.).Campbell (6-1-3, 3-0-0) has not lost since falling to Coastal Carolina 1-0 on Sept. 4. Since that time, the Camels have earned five wins and two ties, including A-Sun victories over Florida Atlantic, UCF and Troy. The Camels are off to a 3-0-0 start for the first time in program history and earlier this season accomplished another program first by beating UCF. Campbell enters this weekend's matches having never lost to either opponent. The Camels defeated Lipscomb 4-0 in their only previous match last season and hold a 3-0-0 edge in the all-time series against Belmont. CU downed the Bruins 6-0 last season in Buies Creek and have outscored Belmont 10-1 all-time.Lipscomb (3-9-0, 0-4-0) has lost four straight matches and five out of its last six. The Bisons' have been shutout seven times this season including being outscored 15-0 on their recent road trip to Florida Atlantic and UCF. Dusty Shandy paces Lipscomb in scoring with four goals and eight points. Belmont (3-8-0, 1-3-0) is also in the midst of a four-game losing streak and has been shutout six times this year including each of its last three A-Sun matches. Brooke Goodman leads the Bruins with five points on two goals and one assist this season.

January 1, 2000
Lady Camels Sweep Conference's Weekly Honors for Women's Soccer
BUIES CREEK, N.C. ? Coming off back-to-back wins over preseason favorites Florida Atlantic and UCF, Campbell University's Cadian Lawrence and Danielle Hange were named Atlantic Sun women's soccer players of the week by the league office Monday afternoon. 'I'm happy for both of them,' said head coach Pat Ferguson. 'It's a weekly honor, but it's indicative of their entire season. They've been steady performers for us all season.'Cadian Lawrence, from O'Fallon, Ill., was named A-Sun Offensive Player-of-the-Week after scoring the game-winning goal in both matches. Lawrence's goal against FAU came in overtime, while the goal against UCF came in the 12th minute of a 1-0 victory. The biology major has scored goals in three consecutive games and four of her last five contests. Lawrence leads the team with five goals, a number that equals her career total coming into this season.'It's exciting,' Lawrence said about being selected as the A-Sun offensive player of the week. 'It's my first

January 1, 2000
Women's Soccer Opens A-Sun Schedule this Weekend
BUIES CREEK, N.C. ? Riding a three-match unbeaten streak, Campbell University's women's soccer team opens its 2004 Atlantic Sun schedule this weekend with matches against Florida Atlantic and Central Florida.The Camels will take on FAU on Thursday at 7:00 p.m., and UCF on Saturday 2:00 p.m.The Camels extended their unbeaten streak to three games with last Friday's, double-overtime tie at East Carolina. CU has also defeated Elon and earned a tie with Old Dominion as part of the unbeaten streak. Overall Campbell brings a 2-1-3 record into this weekend's action.FAU is on a three-match winless streak after dropping a 3-0 decision to UCF and earning ties against South Florida and American. The Owls last win came when they downed College of Charleston on Sept. 10. FAU is 2-2-2 overall and 0-1-0 in the A-Sun on the season.CU holds a 5-4-0 lead in the all-time series with Florida Atlantic, but the Owls have claimed four of the last six including the last two in Buies Creek. Campbell earned a 1-0 win last season in Boca Raton giving Florida Atlantic its only conference loss of the season. On Saturday, Campbell welcomes three-time defending A-Sun champion UCF to Eakes. The Golden Knights have won all 11 meetings between the two schools and have outscored the Camels 38-4 in the series. Two of the last three matches head-to-head

January 1, 2000
Women's Soccer Hosts Elon Saturday
BUIES CREEK, N.C. ? The Campbell University women's soccer team will take to the Eakes Athletic Complex field for the second time this season on Saturday to host the Elon University Phoenix at 3:00 p.m.The match marks the seventh all-time meeting between the two schools and the first since the 2000 season. Elon leads the series 4-1-1 and has won the last three meetings. CU's only win was a 2-1 decision in 1997 at Buies Creek.The Camels (1-1-2) last played Tuesday at Old Dominion. CU earned its second tie of the season, playing to a 1-1 double-overtime draw at the ODU Soccer Stadium. Cadian Lawrence netted the only goal for the Camels in the match. The Camels lone win this season came on Sept. 3 when they downed Charleston Southern by a 2-0 score in the first day of the Charleston Southern Tournament. Elon (1-4-0) was last in action on Thursday night when they hosted High Point. The Phoenix dropped the match 2-1 in double overtime. Cheryl Sanchez scored Elon's only goal of the game. Elon's only win of the season came when they defeated Longwood 2-1 in their season opener.Lawrence, a senior from O'Fallon, Ill., leads CU in scoring with two goals on the season. Tracy Taddonio and Kathryn Saunders also have scored for the Camels.Monica Houseworth leads the Phoenix with three points on a goal and an assist. Sanchez, Alisa Petitt and Tina Longo rank

January 1, 2000
Campbell to Play Charleston Southern, Coastal Carolina in Two-Day Tournament
BUIES CREEK, N.C. ? The Camels hit the road this weekend for the first time in the 2004 regular season to take part in the Charleston Southern Tournament in Charleston, S.C.CU will play Charleston Southern on Fri., Sept. 3 at 1:30 p.m. and Coastal Carolina on Sat., Sept. 4 at 1:00 p.m.Campbell and Charleston Southern have matched up five previous times with CU holding a 4-0-1 advantage in the all-time series. The Camels have posted two shutouts against the Buccaneers and won both match-ups in Charleston. The only tie between the schools was in the 1993 Big South Tournament played in Baltimore, Md. (CU advanced on penalty kicks, 6-5).The Camels hold a 2-0-1 all-time series lead vs. Coastal Carolina. The two schools have not met since the 2002 season when they played to a scoreless tie in Conway, S.C. Campbell won the last meeting in Buies Creek 4-0 on Halloween 2001. Both matches played in Conway, have gone to overtime, with CU going 1-0-1. This is the first neutral-site game between the two schools.Campbell is 0-0-1 on the season after playing ACC member North Carolina State to a 1-1 double-overtime tie in the season opener last Friday at the Eakes Athletic Complex. Cadian Lawrence netted CU's only goal of the game in the 20th minute of play, giving Campbell its first goal against the Wolfpack since 1998. The Camels held the lead until the 53rd minute when Wolfpack forward Alex Caram scored the tying goal.

January 1, 2000
Campbell Women's Soccer Inks Four
Buies Creek, N.C. ? Campbell University women's soccer coach Pat Ferguson has announced the signing of four players that will join the team in the fall of 2004. Danielle Mandela, Ashley Pate, Holly Sacra and Kathryn Saunders will join a Fighting Camel program that is coming off an 11-7-1 season in 2003. 'We needed to fill two or three holes left by graduation and from a playing perspective; I think we've accomplished that,' said Ferguson. 'More importantly, I am as excited that this year's class will follow in line with each class in the past in terms of the quality people they are. They will bring a strong work ethic, integrity and a winning mentality to the program.' Mandela is a forward out of Fairfax Baptist Temple Academy in Fairfax Station Va. She was a member of the 2003 Virginia State Championship team and was named MVP of the tournament. She was also on the squad that finished as runners-up in 2002. 'Danielle is a forward that will come in and challenge for a starting position right away', said Ferguson. 'She is good athlete that can run and also hold the ball. I look for a lot of good things from her.' A native of Gastonia, N.C., Pate is a keeper that will join 2003 First-Team Atlantic Sun Selection Erin Switalski in the nets for CU. A two-time team captain, Pate was a named to both the all-conference and region team as a sophomore and junior. She was also named Ashbrook High School's Female Athlete-of-the-Year in 2003. Entering her senior season, Pate holds the conference and career record for single season shutouts (14) career, (32) and has allowed just seven goals to conference foes.

January 1, 2000
Campbell Swimming Finishes 12th in NEC Championships
LANDOVER Md. ? Completing its first season, the Campbell University women's swimming team finished 12th at the 2005 NEC Swimming and Diving Championships. The Camels placed 12th in the Championships by posting 52 team points. Gardner-Webb won its second straight NEC title by totaling 715 points. Central Connecticut State finished second with 556 team points.Kristin Thomas posted Campbell's best finish for the second day in a row. The freshman placed 17th in the 200 Backstroke Preliminaries with at time of 2:17.69. Heather Seals also posted a 17th place finish in a race by finishing the 200 Butterfly in 2:30.38.The 2004-05 season was the first for the Campbell University swim team. CU had one home meet (Oct. 1) and competed in 10 dual meets during its inaugural campaign. [Complete Results]Women's ResultsEvent Team Individual Time1,650 Freestyle Wagner Jen Lees 16:56.48*200 Backstroke Central Connecticut St. Lindsey Snyder 2:03.81

January 1, 2000
Campbell Swimming in 12th Place after Two Days of Competition
LANDOVER Md. ? After two days of competition, the Campbell University women's swimming team is 12th in the NEC Swimming and Diving Championships. The Camels have 42 team points, while Gardner-Webb leads the championships with 494 points through two days. Central Connecticut State is second at 372.Freshman Kristin Thomas had CU highest finish of the day by placing 17th in the 100 Backstroke with a time of 1:04.97. Heather Seals earned the Camels' second best finish of the day, coming in 21st in the 100 Butterfly with a time of 1:05.04.The Camels two relay teams ? the 200 Medley Relay and 800 Freestyle Relay ? posted solid times on the day. CU swam the 200 Medley at 2:13.33 to finish 12th and placed 10th in the 800 Freestyle with a time of 8:58.50.Five more NEC records fell in Day Two. Central Connecticut State set a new mark finishing at 1:46.41 in the 200 Medley Relay. Wagner's Jess Radke broke the 100 Butterfly time with a 56.86 time and Jaime Crowley, of Central Connecticut State, set a new record in the 100 Backstroke at 1:02.47 (Prelims). Terra Wilson of Gardner-Webb not only set a new record in the 200 Freestyle, posting a time of 1:49.20, but her time was good enough to make her an NCAA B Qualifier.The NEC Swimming and Diving Championships conclude Saturday. Trials will begin at 10:00 a.m. with finals getting under way at 6:00 p.m. at the Prince George's Sports and Learning Complex. [Combined Results]

January 1, 2000
Gardner-Webb Leading after Day One of NEC Championships; Camels 12th
LANDOVER Md. ? With 202 points, defending champion Gardner-Webb leads the 2005 NEC Swimming and Diving Championships after the first day of Competition. The Camels are tied for 12th with 18 points after the first day.The Camels placed 12th with a time of 4:29.39 in the finals in the 400 Medley Relay. In the prelims CU finished with a time of 4:36.34.In the 200 Medley Relay Finals, the Camels posted a time of 2:01.94, an improvement over the 2:02.29 they posted in the preliminaries.Heather Seals (2:26.79) finished 30th in the 200 Individual Medley, Campbell's highest individual finish of the day. CU's second-best individual place of the day belonged to Kristin Thomas who finished 31st in the 500 Freestyle preliminaries at 5:35.12.Gardner-Webb is in first place after day one with 202 points, having won three of the five events. Central Connecticut State captured the other two events and is in second place with 177 points.The NEC Swimming and Diving Championships continue Friday and conclude Saturday. Trials for Day Two begin at 10:00 a.m. with finals getting under way at 6:00 p.m. at the Prince George's Sports and Learning Complex.

January 1, 2000
Campbell Swimming Falls to N.C. A&T and Radford in Double-Dual Meet
GREENSBORO, N.C. ? The Campbell University swim team dropped a double-dual meet to North Carolina A&T and Radford on Friday night. The Camels lost to the Aggies (53-44) and to the Highlanders (81-11).Overall Radford won 10 of the 11 races on the night to earn the sweep. Nine different individuals won for Radford along with its win in the 200 Medley Relay. N.C. A&T only win came in the 200 Freestyle Relay.Kristin Thomas had the highest finish for a Camel, placing second in the 200 Backstroke at 2:18.54. Thomas also finished third in the 200 Individual Medley at 2:25.82. Heather Seals and Kaity Baldwin also posted third place finishes on the night.The Camels return to the pool on February 12 at UNC Wilmington at 11:00 a.m. ? their final regular season meet before the conference championships. [Complete Meet Results]

January 1, 2000
Campbell Women's Swimming Falls 89-77 to Georgia Southern
STATESBORO, Ga. ? Florrie Cunningham and Kimmy Morris each won two races as Georgia Southern defeated Campbell 89-77 on Saturday in women's swimming action.Cunningham took the 200 Freestyle (1:58) and the 500 Freestyle (5:21) events, while Morris captured the 400 IM (4:40) and the 100 Butterfly (1:01).Of the 10 races, Georgia Southern won nine, while the Camels earned only one win. Laura Lamb earned CU's only win of the meet in the 100 Backstroke when she finished the race in 1:16. The Camels placed second in eight of the 10 races with Kristin Thomas and Heather Seals each collecting two second place finishes. Thomas finished second in the 200 Freestyle (2:12) and the 400 IM (5:15), while Seals touched the line second in the 50

January 1, 2000
Gardner-Webb Sweeps Campbell and North Florida in Women's Swimming
BOILING SPRINGS, N.C. ? Junior Taylor Simpson and sophomore Terra Wilson both won a pair of individual events and Gardner-Webb took nine of 11 events overall to sweep North Florida and Campbell in double-dual meet swimming action on Friday. The Bulldogs (6-1) topped UNF, 135-69, and first-year program Campbell, 182-22. The Ospreys (2-5) beat the Camels (0-8), 180-24. Gardner-Webb led the meet from wire-to-wire, with the Bulldogs' 200 medley relay squad of Whitney Hooley, Lisa Fry, Isabel Olivas and Kathryn Williams opening the meet with a win in school-record time of 1:49.14.Wilson won her first event of the day in the 200 Freestyle, scorching the field with her time of 1:52.27. Wilson picked up her second win of the day when she took the 100 Freestyle at 52.55.Simpson picked up her first win of the afternoon in the 200 IM, turning in a time of 2:09.02. The junior took her second race of the afternoon when she posted a time of 5:11 in the 500 Freestyle.North Florida finally broke through in the ninth event of the evening, with Bothwell cruising to victory in the 200 back in a time of 2:08.69. Hooley was second, touching in 2:11.25.

January 1, 2000
Campbell Swimming Competes in 2004 Fall Frenzy Hosted by Wingate
WINGATE, N.C. ? Katie Conely posted Campbell's best individual time as the Camels returned to action Saturday in the 2004 Fall Frenzy Hosted by Wingate University.Campbell competed in all nine events, but there was no team scoring for the event.Conely finished fifth in the 1650 Freestyle race with a time of 21:34. Heather Seals posted a sixth place finish in the 1000 Freestyle at 13:38, while Kristin Thomas placed 11th in the 50 Freestyle (25.38) and 13th in the 500 Freestyle (5:50).The best time of the night for the Camels came in the 250 Freestyle Relay. Campbell's Relay Team ?A' earned a second place finish in the race with a time of 2:36.CU returns to the pool Friday, Nov. 12 at 6:00 p.m. for a double-dual meet with Gardner-Webb and North Florida. [Complete Meet Results]

January 1, 2000
Campbell Swimming Falls to Gardner-Webb and N.C. A&T
GREENSBORO, N.C. ? Gardner-Webb women's swimming won seven of 11 events to claim victories over Campbell and North Carolina A&T Friday night in women's college swimming. The Camels also lost to N.C. A&T in the dual meet.Campbell dropped a 79-16 decision to the Bulldogs of Gardner-Webb and fell 53-42 to N.C. A&T. The Aggies fell to to Gardner-Webb 59-36.Kristin Thomas earned CU's only victory of the night, winning the 200 Individual Medley with a time of 2:25. Thomas, a freshman from Roanoke, Va., was Campbell's best finisher on the 200 Backstroke also as she finished third at 2:22.Whitney Hooley of Gardner-Webb was the top individual finisher on the night, winning two races. Hooley won the 200 Butterfly at 2:18 and the 500 Freestyle with a time of 5:32.

January 1, 2000
Campbell Women's Swimming Falls to Radford 124-77
RADFORD, VA. ? The Radford University swim team won eight of 11 races to defeat Campbell 124-77 in women's swimming Saturday afternoon.Radford won both the 200 Medley and the 200 Freestyle relays and had six different swimmers ? Kyndal Spradlin, Amy Wharen, Julie Bailey, Julie Brooks, Maggie Parker and Lindsey LeCroy ? collect individual wins.Kristin Thomas, Heather Seals and Katie Conely earned the Camels' three victories on the night. Thomas claimed the 100 Backstroke with a time of 1:06; Seals won the 100 Butterfly at 1:09 and Conely picked up the win in the 500 Freestyle posting a time of 6:12.Kaity Baldwin posted a second place finish in the 100 Freestyle and Tina Videnova finished second 100 Backstroke. The Camels return to the pool on Friday, Nov. 5 at 6:00 p.m. when they take on Radford and North Carolina A&T in Greensboro, N.C. [Complete Meet Results]

January 1, 2000
Lady Camel Swimmers Compete in North Carolina Invitational
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. ? Kaity Baldwin earned Campbell's top individual finish of the night as the Camels returned to action Friday night to compete in the North Carolina Invitational. There was no team scoring for the meet and CU competed in three of the nine events, two of which were relays.Campbell's best finished of the night was a 12th place finish in both the 200 Freestyle relay (1:55) and the 200 Medley Relay (2:06).Individually, Baldwin recorded CU's best finish with a time of 27.07 seconds in the 50 Freestyle to place 46th out of 80 competitors. Kristin Thomas finished 49th in the race, posting a time of 27.28 seconds.The Camels return to the pool Saturday, Oct. 30 when they travel to Radford. The dual meet will be scored and is set to begin at 1:00 p.m. [Complete Meet Results]

January 1, 2000
Campbell Swimming Falls to N.C. State and Gardner-Webb
BUIES CREEK N.C. ? North Carolina State defeated Campbell 126-12 and Gardner-Webb earned a 110-12 victory over the Camels Thursday night in women's swimming action. N.C. State had four swimmers ? Halle Kiehlmier, Laura Cutler, Jess Koenig and Lindsay Barwegen ? win two races each. As a team the Wolfpack won the 200 Freestyle Relay race with a time of 1:39.Gardner-Webb had the top individual finisher on the night as Terra Wilson earned three victories. Wilson won the 200 Freestyle with a time of 1:52, the 50 Freestyle at 23.84 seconds and the 100 Freestyle 51.97 seconds. The Bulldogs paced the field in the 200 Medley Relay, posting a time of 1:49.

January 1, 2000
North Carolina A&T Defeats Campbell in Camels First Ever Swim Meet
BUIES CREEK N.C. ? Kristin Thomas earned Campbell's first ever individual victory, but North Carolina A&T defeated the Camels 124 to 67 in the CU's first ever swim meet Friday night at the Johnson Memorial Natatorium. Gia Wright was the top finisher on the Aggies, earning two individual victories. Wright finished with a time of 58.14 seconds to take the 100 Yard Freestyle race and won the 100 Yard Breaststroke with a time of 1:13.12.Thomas, a freshman from Roanoke, Va., notched CU's first ever individual win with a time of 2:08.75 in the 200 Yard Freestyle. Thomas later won the 100 Yard Backstroke finishing with a time of 1:04.51.Overall North Carolina A&T won eight of the 10 races on the night including the two relays. In the 200 Yard Relay, the meet's final event, the Aggies team ?B' beat out Cambpell's team ?A' by five tenths of a second for second place.The Camels, an associate member of the Northeast Conference in swimming, return to action Saturday, Oct. 2 at 8:00 a.m. in Wilmington for an exhibition meet with the Seahawks. [Complete Meet Results]

January 1, 2000
Women's Swimming Hosts N.C. A&T in First Ever Meet
BUIES CREEK, N.C. ? The Campbell University women's swimming team opens its inaugural season Friday at 6:00 p.m. when they host North Carolina A&T at the Johnson Natatorium.The meet will feature 10 events with 13 of CU's swimmers competing. The two teams will compete in the 200 Meter Medley Relay, the 50, 100, 200 and 500 Meter Free, the 100 Meter Fly, the 100 Meter Breast, the 100 Meter Fly, the 100 Meter Backstroke and the 200 Free Relay.For CU, Kaity Baldwin, Melody Bankert, Amy Blanchard, Mary Channing Bogue, Katie Conely, Ashley Deapo, MacKenzie Ernest, Laura Lamb, Elizabeth Pavlik, Heather Seals, Grace Triolo and Tina Videnova will compete Friday night in CU's first swim meet. Shannon Bass and Melissa Register make up the rest of the Camels roster, but will not compete as both are late additions to the squad. Friday's meet is the only home event on the schedule for head coach Pascal Molinard's team and they won't have much time off before their nine-meet road schedule begins. The Camels travel to UNC Wilmington for an 8:00 a.m. meet with the Seahawks on October 2. After the meet with UNCW, Campbell does not return to the pool until the end of October. CU will compete for three straight days beginning when it travels to Raleigh to take part in the North Carolina State Invitational on October 28. The Camels head to