Men's Basketball
2014-15 Men's Basketball Record:
MSCPct.OverallPctStreakHomeAwayNeutral
12-4.75029-6.829Lost 116-06-57-1

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Recent Men's Basketball Headlines
Posted by Jordan Alves - Thu, Mar. 26, 2015 - [Men's Basketball]
(L-R): Eric Gaines, Damontre Harris and D'Von Campbell
(L-R): Eric Gaines, Damontre Harris and D'Von Campbell

KANSAS CITY, Mo — After a season full of highlights and records that were broken, the highest individual honors have been announced. Damontre Harris, D'Von Campbell and Eric Gaines were all named to the NAIA All-America lists officials announced on Wednesday.

Posted by Jordan Alves - Sat, Mar. 21, 2015 - [Men's Basketball]
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — (BOX SCORE) It was a tale of two halves for the Campbellsville University Tigers in the second round of NAIA National Championships. Westmont (Calif.) shocked the Tigers and held on in the final minutes to end CU's season, 65-61.

Posted by Jordan Alves - Fri, Mar. 20, 2015 - [Basketball]
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — It was survive and advance yesterday as both the women's and men's teams won their respective first-round games and advance to today's second round.

Posted by Jordan Alves - Thu, Mar. 19, 2015 - [Men's Basketball]
Eric Gaines delivers a pass to a teammate in the second half of the NAIA National Tournament first round.
Eric Gaines delivers a pass to a teammate in the second half of the NAIA National Tournament first round.

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Going almost two weeks without playing a game takes it toll of a team and Campbellsville men's basketball was no different. The Tigers sprinted out of the gates like a well-trained Lexington, Ky. thoroughbred but fatigue settled in, slowing the sprint to a steady trot. Campbellsville outlasted a late LSU Shreveport run to defeat the Pilots, 88-80, to move on to the Buffalo Funds-NAIA Division I Men's Basketball Round of 16.

Posted by Jordan Alves - Thu, Mar. 19, 2015 - [Basketball]
Chris Schorader (left) and Art Smith (right)
Chris Schorader (left) and Art Smith (right)

KANSAS City, Mo. — There are many moving parts to a team's national championship run. There are administrators, bus drivers (for the men's team, the coaches are doubling as van drivers), coaches and obviously the players but the ones who never get any love are the managers. Both the men's and women's teams are lucky to have two of the best getting all the dirty work finished behind the scenes.

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