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Veteran Campbellsville University men’s basketball coach Keith Adkins resigns after 19 years

After 19 years at Campbellsville University, head men’s basketball coach Keith Adkins has resigned, athletics Rusty Hollingsworth announced Tuesday. “It is difficult to put into words how grateful and thankful I am to Campbellsville University for the opportunity to work here over the last 19 years,” said Adkins.”I especially want to say ‘thank you’ to Dr. Michael...

Campbellsville’s Burd, Georgetown’s McWhorter named NAIA Basketball National Players of the Year

Campbellsville (Ky.) senior Lindsey Burd is the 2015-16 NAIA Division I Women’s Basketball National Player of the Year, NAIA officials announced on Thursday, while Georgetown (Ky.) senior Deondre McWhorter captured the same award for the men. Three other MSC women’s basketball student-athletes join Burd on one of the three All-America teams. Lindsey Burd joins Whitney Ballinger as the only...

Pikeville's Manigault named MSC's top player; Wallace is league's best freshman

Kenny Manigault is the Mid-South Conference Men’s Basketball Player of the Year, making it three straight seasons that a UPIKE player has received the honor (UPIKE Athletics Photo)   Pikeville (Ky.) senior guard Kenny Manigault is the 2014-15 Mid-South Conference Men’s Basketball Player of the Year, conference officials announced on Thursday at the conference’s awards banquet at the Capital...

Kimbro turns up the heat for Georgetown as Tigers knock off No. 1 ranked Campbellsville

Tony Kimbro had a career night, missing only one shot, and Georgetown College knocked off top-ranked Campbellsville University in the NAIA Game of the Week.   The No. 17 Tigers (16-3) improved to 5-2 in the Mid-South Conference, while handing Campbellsville (19-2, 6-1) its second loss all season behind Kimbro’s career-high of 26 points, most made threes (6), most threes attempted (6) and most...

Former South Carolina player among three Division I transfers heading to Campbellsville

Campbellsville University men’s basketball head coach Keith Adkins has announced the addition of three former NCAA Division I players to the Tigers’ 2014-15 roster.   Demontre Harris, who played for Florida and South Carolina, and D’Von Campbell (Rutgers and UTEP) are already enrolled in classes at Campbellsville and will compete as seniors. Rob Robinson, a transfer from Illinois...