January 31, 2002
Camels Upend Gardner-Webb 3-2 In Women's Soccer
BUIES CREEK, N.C. - Sara Davis led the Lady Camel soccer squad with two goals Thursday night as Campbell won their final soccer match of the season against Gardner-Webb, 3-2, at the Eakes Soccer Complex. With temperatures just above the freezing mark, Davis notched her seventh and eighth goals of the season. Her second goal in the 82nd minute proved the game-winning goal as the Lady Camels fought off a late rally by the Lady Bulldogs. Gardner-Webb hit home first as Leeanna Woodworth found the back of the goal in the 17th minute. Woodworth took a deflected pass just inside the box a put it pass CU's keeper Erin Switalski, giving the Bulldogs a 1-0 lead. Campbell scored in the 26th minute as Susan Perrson received a Becky Moghaddam pass from the opposite side of the box, shooting past GWU keeper Hillary George. The teams would battle for the rest of the half, going into the intermission knotted at one goal each. The Camels came out fighting in the second period as Davis scored in the 51st and the 82nd minutes. The Bulldogs kept fighting, however, as Allison James took a Kim O'Brien pass and scored in the 87th

January 29, 2002
Campbell Women's Soccer Game Postponed Until Thursday
Tuesday, October 29, 2002Campbell Women's Soccer Game Postponed Until Thursday BUIES CREEK -- Campbell University's women's soccer match vs. Gardner-Webb, scheduled for Wednesday night, has been postponed due to rain and wet field conditions. The game will be played on Thursday at 6:00 p.m. Thursday's contest marks the final home game for five Campbell seniors -- Jennifer Feltis, Erin Goerner, Christine Nitz, Jamie Olson and Carrie Stephenson. Campbell enters the contest with a 7-8-2 overall record and 4-4-0 mark in the Atlantic Sun Conference

January 7, 2002
Sara Davis Earns Verizon' Academic All-District 3 Women's Soccer Team Honors
Verizon? BUIES CREEK, N.C. -- Sara Davis, a junior from Campbell University, has been named to the Verizon? Academic All-District 3 Women's Soccer University Division Second Team by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). This is the second consecutive year Davis has been named to the squad. 'She is a very solid player for us and a team leader,' said head coach Pat Ferguson. 'Sara is well respected in both the conference and South Region and we are delighted to have her as a part of the program.' A native of Jacksonville, N.C., Davis owns a 3.57 cumulative grade-point average as a biology major. In 2002 she scored nine goals while assisting on three others. Davis finished this past season tied for tenth in the Atlantic Sun Conference in goals scored and finished second in the league with four game winning strikes. A former Jacksonville High School stand out, Davis currently ranks fifth all-time in career points at Campbell with 59 (24 G, 11A). She has moved into a tie for fourth place in career goals with Christine Saddler (1992-1995) with 24. CoSIDA members nominate players for Verizon Academic All-America recognition. To be eligible, a student-athlete must have at least a 3.20 cumulative grade-point average and be a starter or key reserve on

January 5, 2002
Susan Persson and Lauren Dittrich Earn Atlantic Sun Women's Soccer Honors
Susan Persson and Lauren Dittrich Earn Atlantic Sun Women?s Soccer Honors

January 4, 2002
Atlantic Sun Women's Soccer Championship Kicks Off on Thursday
Atlantic Sun Women?s Soccer Championship Kicks Off on Thursday