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We talk with Jaden Jenkins after his final high school season.
Adoniss Jones and Diego Lawrence both had solid performances at Day 1 of the Tyson Invitational, hosted by the University of Arkansas.
The sophomore won the women's weight throw for the second time this season at the Niswonger Invitational.
The senior finished fourth in the 60 meter hurdles invitational while Lawrence and Brunson had solid showings in the long jump.
Jessica Dunston won the women's weight throw for the second time this season, while Adoniss Jones had a strong showing in the 60 meter dash.
Lawrence won the long jump event and finished third and fifth in two other events to lead the Camels in their first indoor event of 2011.
Jessica Dunston wins the women's weight throw, and Terence Attema takes second in the men's 5K run.
Camels look to start the season strong at the Liberty Open.
Attema finished his cross country career with a solid showing at the NCAA Southeast Regional, hosted by the University of Louisville.
The senior led the Camels to a fifth place finish and advances individually to the NCAA Southeast Regionals.
Campbell looks to have a strong performance at the conference championships with a mix of youth and experience.
The Campbell Men finished eighth in a strong field at Appalachian State.
Terence Attema and Rachel Deline each notched personal bests on the day, leading Campbell to fifth place finishes in the men's and women's portions of the George Mason Invitational.
For the third time in as many weeks, the Campbell Senior places in the Top 2.
Terence Attema picks up his second career A-Sun Runner of the Week award.
Terence Attema led the strong Campbell performance with his first win of the 2010 campaign.
Terence Attema (Smithville, Ontario) started his senior season off on the right foot with a second place finish for the Camels at the USC Upstate Eye Opener Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 4.
The Campbell University cross country teams open the 2010 season this Saturday at the USC Upstate Eye Opener Invitational in Spartanburg, S.C.
Veterans of Atlantic Sun Conference competition will combine with a host of newcomers on the Campbell University cross country teams for the 2010 season.
After nearly 10 months of construction, the new Campbell Track & Field Complex is nearing completion, with only minor additions to be made over the remainder of the year.
Campbell rising sophomore DeLohnni Nicol-Samuel, who earned All-Atlantic Sun and All-Freshman cross country honors as a freshman last season, will compete in multiple international events this summer, including the IAAF World Junior Track & Field Championships.
After wrapping up an outstanding career at Campbell, both on the trail and in classroom, senior Diana Norden has been named to the 2009-10 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America® Women's Track and Field and Cross Country Second Team, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).
Campbell cross country head coach Ken Frenette recently announced the signing of 15 student-athletes, nine women and six men, joining the Fighting Camels in the fall of 2010. The class is the largest since Frenette took over as head coach in 1989.
Adoniss Jones qualified for the NCAA Track & Field National Championships and Harold Sims became just the second Atlantic Sun athlete to ever win four consecutive conference titles, highlighting Campbell's 2010 outdoor season.
Campbell's Adoniss Jones finished 23rd in the men's 110 meter hurdles Thursday at the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field National Championships at historic Hayward Field.
In an empty field in Buies Creek, adjacent to a parking lot and an office building, three tattered pieces of rubber synthetic mark the training ground for the Campbell track team.
Campbell seniors Diana Norden and Tara Franklin have been named 2009-10 ESPN the Magazine CoSIDA Academic All-District III Women's Track & Field/Cross Country, as announced by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).