Campbell University Women’s Lacrosse Scholarships Guide
Thanks for visiting the Campbell University Women’s Lacrosse scholarship and program information page. Here you’ll have access to information regarding the college and information on their Women’s Lacrosse program like who to get hold of about recruiting, names of past alumni, what scholarship opportunities can be had and how to start the recruiting process.
Campbell University Women’s lacrosse Program Coaching & Recruiting Personnel
If you’re trying to get recruited it is critical to know who to get in front of – and NCSA has the details you need. The Head Coach of the Campbell University Women’s Lacrosse program is Dawn Easley. Additional key personnel are:
- Assistant Coach Julie Morse
- Assistant Coach Mikayla Place
If you are interested in being a part of the Campbell University Women’s Lacrosse program these are the people you must contact. You’ll be able to choose to get in touch with them via email using the link above or call the college to get more specifics about the school and Women’s Lacrosse program prior to deciding if it’s a suitable fit for you.
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Women’s Lacrosse History vs Campbell University from Feb 26, 2013 - Apr 24, 2021
Longest Win Streak
2/26/2013 – 4/23/2016
Longest Losing Streak
4/30/2016 – 4/18/2018
Last 10 Matchups
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Away Buies Creek, NC
L 8 - 19
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Home Farmville, Va.
W 13 - 10
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Away Buies Creek, NC
L 8 - 20
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Home Farmville, VA
L 13 - 16
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Neutral Buies Creek, NC
L 5 - 14
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Away Buies Creek, N. C.
W 13 - 12
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Home Farmville, Va.
W 10 - 6
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Home Farmville, Va.
W 18 - 7
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Home Farmville, VA
W 16 - 8
|February 26, 2013 2/26/2013||2013||
Away Buies Creek, NC
W 24 - 12
Pete Campbell – Men’s Lacrosse Coach
Pete Campbell is concluding his fifth season as head Head Coach of the Men’s Lacrosse program. Campbell has led UC to a 46-21 (19-5 Appalachian Athletic Conference) record in his first five seasons, including posting a program-best 13-5 record during 2018 and 2019.
UC is coming off a shorten season where they posted a 4-1 record, including a 1-0 mark in AAC play. The Patriots notched an 11-10 overtime win to open the season and also set a program record scoring 20+ goals in three straight contest. UC climbed to be ranked third in the NAIA Top 10 poll when play was halted.
The Patriots recorded back-to-back appearance in the NAIA National Invitational where they advanced to the semifinals in both 2018 and 2019. In 2019, UC captured their first AAC regular season title after going 5-0 in conference play. In addition to that the Patriots were ranked atop the NAIA Top 10 poll for the first time in program history after knocking off then top-ranked Reinhardt 13-12.
The 2016 AAC Coach of the Year, Campbell has coached nine NAIA All-Americans including five first-team selections (Nick DiFranco & Jake Mitchell — 2019, Nick DiFranco & Jake Morgan — 2018, Jake Mitchell — 2017) five Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athlete, six NAIA All-Tournament Team selections (DiFranco & Mitchell — 2019, DiFranco, Mitchell, Bryan Morgan & Will Settle — 2018), one AAC Player of the Year (DiFranco — 2018), two AAC Freshman of the Year recipients (Morgan — 2018, Luke Wyatt — 2017) two AAC Defensive Player of the Year (DiFranco — 2019, Morgan — 2018), ten All-AAC Tournament Team selections, 19 Academic All-Conference honorees, 30 AAC All-Conference selections and four AAC Champion of Character honorees in his time at UC.
Originally from Hilliard, OH, Campbell attended Hilliard Davidson High School before furthering his education at Marietta College and the Ohio State University. He graduated in 2010 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Special Education — Mild to Moderate. Campbell was a member of the Marietta College Lacrosse team and was a varsity starter in 2001 and 2002. He currently holds the record for most saves in a single season.
After graduating, Campbell went on to coach at Pickerington Central High School (PCHS) as the Head Varsity Coach. He accumulated a 26-7 record over two seasons as the head coach at PCHS, including a 2012 Ohio Capital Conference Head Coach of the Year Award and two Ohio Capital Conference Championships in 2012 and 2013. Prior to coming to UC, Campbell was the Head JV Coach at Archbishop Spalding High School in Severn, MD, which is in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) “A” Conference. You can read more about his time at Archbishop here.
When asked about coming on as the first Men’s Lacrosse coach in UC history, Campbell said, “I’m very excited to have the opportunity to build a brand new program from the ground up and really make my footprint — I can’t wait to start. We will have some immediate challenges of course to overcome, including getting out and letting people know that Cumberlands now has a Lacrosse program to offer as well as other benefits to attending UC. I have goals for the program to become sustainable, for us to have depth and great players from top to bottom. I want to have athletes that have great grades and are great people on and off the field so that they are a benefit in the community as well as on the field so we can compete for championships.”
|2019||13-5||5-0 (1st)||AAC Regular Season Champion, NAIA Invitational qualifier, AAC Defensive Player of the Year, 4 AAC First Team All-Conference, 5 AAC Second Team All-Conference.|
|2018||13-5||5-1 (2nd)||NAIA Invitational qualifier, AAC Player of the Year, AAC Defensive Player of the Year, AAC Freshman of the Year, 3 AAC First Team All-Conference, 7 AAC Second Team All-Conference,|
|2017||9-5||5-1 (2nd)||AAC Freshman of the Year, 4 AAC First Team All-Conference, 5 AAC Second Team All-Conference|
|2016||7-5||3-3 (4th)||Coach of the Year, 4 AAC Second Team All-Conference Selections.|
Campbell Armstrong – Women’s LacrossePersonal: Full name is Campbell Elizabeth Armstrong…Born May 25, 1999…Daughter of Jane and Ross Armstrong…The youngest of four siblings, she has two brothers – Cameron and Carson – and one sister – Kelly…Majoring in Marketing.
2021: Appeared in 10 games, making two starts…Finished third on the team in draw controls (17)…Registered a season-high four draw controls at William & Mary (4/3)…Totaled one goal, one assist, two ground balls and two draw controla at Longwood (3/29)…Picked up one ground ball and one caused turnover at James Madison (4/25).
2020: Appeared in four of Elon’s five games, making one start against Delaware (3/7)…Ranked tenth in the conference in draw controls per game (3.5)…Finished second on the team in draws (14)…Recorded a career-best nine draw controls in Elon’s 11-10 win over Davidson (2/29).
2019: Played in 17 of Elon’s 18 games, starting once against No. 23 High Point…Notched her first point in maroon and gold with an assist in the win over Winthrop…Picked up a ground ball and had one caused turnover against No. 15 Duke…Collected a pair of draw controls against No. 3 North Carolina, Drexel and Hofstra.
2018 (at St. Lawrence): Appeared in 14 games, making seven starts…Tallied 26 goals and 10 assists for 36 points…Was named Liberty League Rookie of the Week twice with the honors coming on back-to-back occasions…Grabbed 13 draw controls on the year with seven ground balls…Scored a season-high four goals on two occasions against RIT and Bard College…Also had two assists in four consecutive games in April.
High School: Was a tri-sport athlete at New Canaan playing lacrosse, basketball and soccer…Captained the lacrosse team as a senior and earned First Team All-FCIAC, First Team All-State and All-American honors…As a junior, also earned First Team All-FCIAC after being named a Second Team honoree as a sophomore…Also earned Second Team All-FCIAC in basketball as a senior and was an honor roll student…Played club for three teams, including Soundcrosse, Grizzlies and CT Lax.
Campbell Sode – Men’s Lacrosse
2015 (Senior): Played in 11 games, starting one . .. in first career start, scooped one ground ball in win over No. 10/11 Ohio State (April 25) … collected one ground ball against No. 3/3 Maryland (April 12) … caused one turnover and collected a ground ball in win over Wagner (Feb. 24) … had one ground ball at Richmond (Feb. 14) and at St. John’s (Feb. 7) … Recipient of the Rutgers Wayne Duke Postgraduate Award and the Rutgers High Academic Achiever Award.
2014 (Junior): Saw action in 10 games … notched one assist and one caused turnover vs. Villanova (April 12) … collected a career-high four ground balls at No. 17 Princeton (April 5) … caused a turnover vs. Monmouth (March 8) … scored a goal at Wagner (Feb. 18)… won the All Time Scholar-Athletes Award.
2013 (Sophomore): Made 13 appearances in 2013 … tallied one goal, one assist and 14 ground balls … collected a career-best five ground balls against Wagner (Feb. 19) … scooped up two ground balls vs. Holy Cross (March 5) … scored his first career point in the form of a goal against Army (March 9), while also collecting three ground balls … recorded two ground balls against Princeton (April 9) … provided first career helper against Duke (April 20)… won the All Time Scholar-Athletes Award.
2012 (Freshman): Saw time vs. No. 13 Syracuse (April 14) at the ESPNU Warrior Classic inside American Legion Memorial Stadium in Charlotte, N.C… won the All Time Scholar-Athletes Award.
Prior to Rutgers: Earned All-America honors from US Lacrosse and Adrenaline in 2011 … propelled Highland Park High School to the 2010 THSLL Division I state championship … was a first team all-state player in 2011 … notched all-area accolades from The Dallas Morning News as a senior … team MVP in his final season … set the Highland Park school record for single-season scoring, recording 68 points off 48 goals and 20 assists … earned national AP scholar recognition … played club lacrosse for Dallas’ Coast 2 Coast squad . .. named a King of the Hill and T99 All-Star.
Personal: Parents are Patty and Peter Sode … a labor and employment relations major
Points: 1 (4x, last vs Villanova, Apr 12, 2014)
Goals: 1 (2x, last at Wagner, 2-18-14)
Assists: 1 (2x, last at Wagner, 2-18-14)
Ground Balls: 5 (vs. Wagner, 2-19-13)
Caused TOs: 1 (3x; last vs. Wagner, 2-24-15)
Laura Campbell – Head Coach – Lacrosse Coaches
American University alumna Laura Campbell ’03 enters her third season as the head lacrosse coach after leading the Eagles to back-to-back Patriot League Tournament appearances in her first two seasons. She owns an overall record of 16-18, with a 6-6 record in Patriot League play.
Campbell led the Eagles to an overall record of 7-10 and a 3-3 mark in Patriot League play in 2012. The team faced three ranked opponents during the year, No. 12 Ohio State, No. 13 Georgetown and No. 18 Massachusetts, with American outscoring Massachusetts by an 8-3 margin in the second half. She also led the Eagles to be one of the top scoring offenses in the country, the team was ranked in the top 30 in scoring offense all season long and junior Emily Burton was ranked as high as sixth in the nation in goals scored. American advanced to its second straight Patriot League Semifinals, where they lost to eventual champion Navy, 14-7. Campbell saw four players named to the All-Patriot League team, with three First Team selections.
In her first season, Campbell led the Eagles to an overall record of 9-8, and a 3-3 record in Patriot League play. American advanced to the Patriot League Semifinals, where they fell to host Colgate in three overtimes, 15-14. She also saw three players named to the All-Patriot League teams and a program record 22 named to the Academic Honor Roll.
Campbell had spent the previous two seasons as the head coach at Marist, leading the Red Foxes to the 2010 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Championship and the program’s first-ever appearance in the NCAA Tournament. Campbell guided Marist to a 22-13 overall record in that time. In 2009, the Red Foxes posted a 12-5 overall record, setting a school record for most wins in a season.
Campbell’s student-athletes also received several accolades during her tenure at Marist, including sophomore Kelly Condon being named the 2010 MAAC Offensive Player of the Year. In total, 11 student-athletes were named to All-MAAC Teams in her two seasons while 23 were named to the MAAC All-Academic Team.
Prior to her time at Marist, Campbell posted a record of 42-18 in four seasons as a high school head girl’s lacrosse coach. She began her head coaching career at Centreville High School in Centreville, Va., where she coached from 2003-05 before moving on to coach Avon High School in Avon, Conn., from 2005-07.
Campbell also served as the owner, director and head coach of the Northern Stars Lacrosse club team in Connecticut from 2005-08. In her role she was responsible for all aspects of the club’s operation.
Campbell graduated from American University’s School of Communication in May of 2003, where she was a four-year starter on the lacrosse team. Campbell helped the Eagles to their first Patriot League Championship in 2003, propelling American to its first NCAA Tournament appearance. American also advanced to the Patriot League Championship Game in 2002 and captured the Patriot League Regular Season Championship in 2002 and 2003. As a senior, Campbell tallied 20 points on 13 goals and seven assists as the Eagles set a program record with 11 wins.
Fergus Campbell – Men’s Lacrosse
Senior (2012): Campbell started every game for the Big Green in his final season … had a 10.38 goals against average, 136 saves and a .502 save percentage in 780:38 minutes … made a season-high 15 saves three times, coming against Colgate, UNC and Vermont . .. led the team in ground balls with 60, and recorded the first and only assist of his career at Harvard on March 24 … earned his thrid All-Ivy honor, after being named honorable mention All-Ivy … named to the NEILA Senior Scholar-Athlete Team … finished his career fifth on the Big Green’s all-time saves list with 511 … ends his career with 48 games played, which is the third most for a goalie at Dartmouth … earned Dartmouth’s Tom Dent Award (MVP) and the Defensive MVP.
Junior (2011): Started every game (14) for the Big Green at goalie … named second team All-Ivy for the second consecutive year … played 795:58 minutes, which set a new career high in minutes played … had a 10.93 goals against average and a .528 save percentage with a career-high 162 saves … totaled 67 ground balls, which was a career high and second on the team, and put him over 100 career ground balls … was named NEILA Player of the Week … earned the honor on March 9, after a 17-save performance at Sacred Heart and an 8-save game against Mercer . .. named Ivy League Player of the Week after making 17-saves in a home win over Harvard … finished ninth in the nation in saves per game with 11.57, and was 28th in save percentage … ended the season with eight consecutive games with double-digit saves … recorded 17 saves in three different games.
Sophomore (2010): Played in 11 games for the Big Green with eight starts to finish the season after taking over the starting goaltender duties … named second team All-Ivy and was selected to the NEILA All-New England Second Team … went 3-5 overall … had career-highs in save percentage (.534), saves (213) and goals against average (9.94) … save pct. was ranked eight in the nation and his GAA was 29th … led the team in saves per game and the Big Green was ranked fifth nationally in that category … picked up a 30 ground balls, which was second on the team … led the Ivy League in save percentage and was third in saves per game (10.73) … named Inside Lacrosse National Player of the Week and Ivy League Player of the Week following a 23-save effort in the 8-6 win over No. 6 Cornell at Gillette Stadium at the 2010 New England Lacrosse Classic … made double-digit saves in six games … had a huge day with 16 stops in the victory over Penn on April 24.
Freshman (2009): Started nine games for the Big Green between the pipes in his first campaign … moved into the starting role after beginning the season as the third goaltender … earned two wins as a freshman … recorded an 11.88 goals against average and a .482 save percentage … first career start came against Ivy-foe Brown on March 21 … made 10 saves in the 14-8 loss … including the Brown game, Campbell made double-digit saves in five games … began his career with four-straight games with double-digit saves … made 13 stops in his first career win at Holy Cross on March 24 in the 10-9 win … pushed aside a season-high 17 saves against No. 10 Duke on March 28 in a 12-6 loss … stopped 12 shots at Penn on April 3 … earned his first Ivy win at Yale on April 15 in a 14-13 win with nine saves, including a big save in overtime . .. followed that game with 13 stops at second-ranked Virginia … finished his season with nine stops at No. 4 Princeton.
Before Dartmouth: A three-sport standout at New Canaan … earned letters in hockey, lacrosse and soccer … first team all-county and all-state in lacrosse as a junior … played on three state champion soccer teams and one hockey title.
Personal: Son of Kim and Sally Campbell…has three older and one younger brother.
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In Moscow, at the Four Seasons Hotel on Okhotny Ryad, Umar Dzhabrailov, a businessman, a former senator from Chechnya and a former presidential candidate of Russia, was detained.As sources told RBC, he was armed and warned the police that he would not surrender without a fight.
What Umar Dzhabrailov is known for – in the RBC review.
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Umar Dzhabrailov is 59 years old.He was born in Grozny in the Chechen-Ingush Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic. His father Ali Dzhabrailov worked in the oil industry of the republic. Dzhabrailov studied in Moscow, at the Fur and Fur College of the Rospotrebsoyuz and at MGIMO (graduated from the Faculty of Economics). He served in the missile forces.
Naomi Campbell, her friend Flavio Briatore (left) and Umar Dzhabrailov.April 13, 1999 (Photo: Anton Denisov / TASS)
In 1988 he began to work in the cooperative gallery “Moscow” as an art inspector. In the early 90s he founded Danako LLP, which was engaged in the supply of petroleum products for state enterprises.
In 1994, after meeting the American businessman Paul Tatum, the founder of the Intourist-RedAmer Hotel and Business Center JV, he became the first deputy general director of this company. But in 1996 Tatum accused Dzhabrailov of intending to organize an attempt on his life. In November of the same year, he was shot to death in an underpass near the Kievsky railway station. It was not possible to establish Dzhabrailov’s involvement in the murder, but he is prohibited from entering the United States.
Umar Dzhabrailov and Moscow Mayor Yuri Luzhkov.1999 year (Photo: official website of the AVANTI Association)
In 1997, Dzhabrailov became an advisor to the acting. General Director of the Radisson-Slavyanskaya complex; and President of the Plaza group of companies. He was a member of the board of directors of Bank Rossiyskiy Kapital, in April 2001 he became chairman of the board of directors of Bank Pervoe OVK.
Photo: Boris Kavashkin / TASS
In December 1999, Dzhabrailov announced that he intended to run for president of Russia.Was nominated by the Power of Mind initiative group. In February 2000, the Moscow City Prosecutor’s Office opened a criminal case on the facts of forgery by initiative groups of signature lists in support of Dzhabrailov. As a result, he took the last, 11th place in the elections, gaining 0.08% of the vote.
Hajj in Saudi Arabia, 2004.President of the Chechen Republic Akhmat Kadyrov (second from left) and Senator from Chechnya Umar Dzhabrailov (Photo: Abdulbek Vakhaev / TASS)
In 2004, Dzhabrailov became a senator from Chechnya, leaving the post of president of the Plaza group. In 2005, he created the Russian Islamic Heritage movement, whose goal is to defend the rights of Muslim groups studying Islam (jamaats).
Umar Dzhabrailov, Ramzan Kadyrov, Chairman of the Chechen government Sergei Abramov. 2004 year (Photo: Igor Utkin / TASS)
In November 2006, Dzhabrailov invited the then President of Chechnya, Alu Alkhanov, to resign, which he did in February 2007.Ramzan Kadyrov was elected in his place. In October 2009, Dzhabrailov, of his own free will, early resigned from the post of senator. From 2009 to 2013, he was an advisor to Sergei Prikhodko, aide to the President of Russia (now Prikhodko is the head of the government apparatus). Dzhabrailov – member of the United Russia party
Umar Dzhabrailov participates in Dmitry Dibrov’s show “Oh, Lucky!” on the NTV channel, February 2000 (Photo: Sergey Mikheev / Kommersant)
According to SPARK-Interfax, Dzhabrailov is a co-owner of nine companies.The largest of them is LLC Investment and Construction Company Avanti Stroygroup. Among the objects of the company is the residential complex “Zilart” on the territory of the former automobile plant “ZIL”. Dzhabrailov also owns Avanti LLC, Agroresurs LLC, Umar Dzhabrailov Company LLC and others.
Umar Dzhabrailov and Joseph Kobzon (Photo: Alexander Danilyushin / TASS)
Dzhabrailov – Chairman of the General Council of the Avanti public platform for the development of business patriotism in Russia.According to the Dozhd TV channel, the trip of Dmitry Peskov’s daughter to a shipyard in Crimea to settle a business dispute was organized by this very association.
Photo: Roman Denisov / TASS
Dzhabrailov is an honorary member of the Russian Academy of Arts (according to the charter of the academy, outstanding figures of foreign and Russian culture and art, as well as persons who, by their active charitable and sponsorship activities, make a significant contribution to the development of the academy and Russian culture in general, can be elected honorary members).He is known as a philanthropist and collector – he is a member of the Board of Trustees of the Moscow Museum of Modern Art (MMOMA). In the announcement of the exhibition of selected works from Dzhabrailov’s collection “New Element” (held at the Moscow Museum of Modern Art in 2014), the businessman is called “one of the few serious and consistent collectors of the latest art in Russia.”90,000 Air tickets La Crosse – Gillette. Prices for Tickets.kg
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Loud scandals related to the presentation of the Oscar – Biographies and references
TASS-DOSSIER. At the beginning of the week, a scandal erupted around the Oscar due to the fact that not a single African American was among the applicants for the acting nominations. The editorial staff of TASS-DOSSIER has prepared a selection of other high-profile scandals associated with the presentation of the Oscar.
At the ceremony of announcing the winners, an incident occurred – the actress was seated separately from the other nominees, in a specially designated part of the “black” hall. A few months earlier, Hattie McDaniel and other African American actors were barred from the Atlanta premiere. At the film’s premiere in Hollywood, they sat apart from the rest of the crew.
In 1971 American actor George Campbell Scott refused to attend the Oscars, where he was awarded the award for the leading role in the film “Patton” (1970).The actor said the Oscars were “a humiliating two-hour meat parade.” However, the producer of “Paton” Frank McCarthy received the prize for Scott.
In 1973 American actor Marlon Brando turned down an Oscar for the lead role in The Godfather (1972) directed by Francis Ford Coppola. Brando, being a political activist at the time, decided in this way to protest against discrimination against Indians. Instead of himself, he sent the daughter of the Indian chief Sasha Little Feather to the Academy Awards ceremony, who from the stage conveyed Brando’s statement to the organizers of the Oscars.
In 1978 actress Vanessa Redgrave, Oscar winner for Best Supporting Actor in Fred Zinnemann’s Julia (1977), gave an anti-Zionist speech and was booed from the audience.
In 1993 , at the awards ceremony, American artist Richard Gere, who was supposed to read a prepared text with the name of the winner in the category “Best Production Design”, instead used the podium to condemn the PRC’s policies in Tibet.After that, the actor, who had never received an Oscar, was no longer invited to announce the winners.
In 2003 American director Michael Moore, who won an Oscar for Best Documentary (Bowling for Columbine, 2002), criticized President George W. Bush at the awards ceremony for the US military invasion of Iraq.
In 2003, the prize was awarded to Roman Polanski for the best director in the film “The Pianist” (2002).At this time, the filmmaker was already hiding in Switzerland from prosecution by the American investigation on charges of pedophilia.