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New talent joins Campbell wrestling

Throughout the second half of this decade, Campbell’s wrestling team has regularly been among the best in the Southern Conference, taking home the last four conference championships and being unbeaten in the SoCon in 2020 and 2021. Due to their track record of achievement, the Camels have been able to attract new players and push for a national ranking. But this team is only getting started, says head coach Scotti Sentes.

 

Sentes intends to motivate his squad by inviting illustrious teams like Michigan and Nebraska to Buies Creek, North Carolina as part of Campbell’s demanding non-conference dual schedule. Moving up a level demands fresh competitors, new experiences, and greater energy. His wrestlers are excited about these contests, especially Caleb Hopkins, the reigning Southern Conference champion, who views them as chances to improve his standing and make a statement. Hopkins said he is eager to “knock those folks off.”

 

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