Campbell Fighting Camels basketball
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|Campbell Fighting Camels|
|Location||Buies Creek, NC|
|Head coach||Kevin McGeehan (4th year)|
|Arena||John W. Pope, Jr. Convocation Center
|Colors||Black and Orange
|NCAA Tournament appearances|
|Conference tournament champions|
|Conference regular season champions|
The Campbell Fighting Camels basketball team is the men's basketball team that represent the Campbell University in Buies Creek, North Carolina. The school's team currently competes in the Big South Conference. The team's most recent appearance in the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament was in 1992. After struggling for several seasons, the Fighting Camels finally broke through in the 2009–2010 season. Campbell tied for first in the regular season Atlantic Sun standings. However, their bid for an NCAA Tournament bid came up short, as they were eliminated in the Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament.
NCAA Tournament results
|1992||#16||First Round||#1 Duke||L 56–82|
NAIA tournament results
The Fighting Camels have appeared in the NAIA Tournament two times. Their combined record is 4–2.
|1970||First Round||Jackson State||L 65–89|
National Championship Game
Southwestern Oklahoma State
The Fighting Camels have appeared in one CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament (CIT). Their record is 2–1.
- Cumberland County Civic Center in Fayetteville, North Carolina (116 games; 1968–1997)
- Raleigh Civic Center in Raleigh, North Carolina (19 games; 1978–1982)
- Crown Coliseum in Fayetteville, North Carolina (4 games; 1997–1999)
- Harnett Central HS (6 games; 1977–1980)
- South Johnston HS (2 games; 1976–1977)
- Cape Fear HS (1 game; 1969–1970)
Camels in the NBA
- Records incomplete before 1951
|Season||Head Coach||Overall Record||Conf. Record||Postseason|
|Junior College Status|
|Senior College Status NAIA|
|1968–69||Fred McCall & Danny Roberts||20–10|
|NCAA Division I Independent|
|Big South Conference (First Tenure)|
|1991–92||Billy Lee||19–12||7–7||NCAA First Round|
|Atlantic Sun Conference|
|Big South Conference (Second Tenure)|
|TOTAL OVERALL RECORD: 839–889 (.486)|
|TOTAL NAIA RECORD: 265–178 (.598)|
|TOTAL NCAA DIVISION I RECORD: 413–636 (.394)|
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