SAN JOSE, Costa Rica — Taking things for granted is an aspect in our lives that we all struggle with day-in and day-out. The world has changed, and I am not afraid to admit it, but we are all materialistic. We think we have to have the nicest car, house or clothes. We even think we need the newest iPhone, but the Campbellsville University mission team gained another perspective Monday.
CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. – Campbellsville University men's basketball head coach Keith Adkins has announced the signing of three former NCAA Division I players to the Tigers' 2014-15 roster.
Demontre Harris (Florida and South Carolina) and D'Von Campbell (Rutgers and UTEP) are already enrolled in classes at Campbellsville University and will compete as seniors. Rob Robinson (Illinois Chicago) will enter CU as a junior this fall.
CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. – Two-time National Bass Fishing Trail junior national champion Dakota Cantrell signed a scholarship Saturday, July 12 to join the inaugural Campbellsville University co-ed bass fishing team.
Cantrell, a recent graduate of Grundy County High School from Monteagle, Tenn., is the second signee for the 2014-15 season and the first out of state angler for bass fishing coach Tommy Hall. He joins Austin Moore of Warren East High School in Bowling Green, Ky., as the first two CU signees.
SAN JOSE, Costa Rica — Campbellsville University and SCORE International have partnered to bring one of the best things anyone can do; put God first, others second and ourselves third.
SAN JOSE, COSTA RICA — Campbellsville University Athletics has adopted the "More Than A Game" slogan. This saying has been brought all the way from small town Campbellsville, Ky., to San Jose, CR.
While I am typing this diary, the first thing that is going through my head is "this is going to be entirely too long." But so many things have happened throughout the day, that I just couldn't leave out, so bear with me and read all the way till the end or you will miss out.
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