2011-12 All-ODAC First Team
2010-11 All-ODAC First Team
2011-12: Senior finished one of the best careers of a Lynchburg College basketball player…star forward started in all 24 games he played in this year…named to the All-ODAC First Team after averaging 12.6 points and 5.2 rebounds…marquee moment came against Eastern Mennonite University, as he became the 20th player in Lynchburg Men’s Basketball history to score 1,000 points, hitting a three-point shot, assisted by Mike Wims, with 7:15 left in the game…scored a career high 30 points in a victory over Methodist University on January 28th…two-time All-ODAC player will be missed by the Hornets during the upcoming season.
2010-11: Followed up a strong first season with the Hornets with a very successful second year…was named to the All-ODAC First Team…top-ten in the ODAC in scoring, rebounds, free throw percentage, and minutes played…played in 26 games and started 25 contests…scored 17 points per game, snared seven rebounds per game, shot 50% from the floor and 89.2% from the free throw line…scored in double-digits in all but four contests…tallied 29 points and 15 rebounds against Christopher Newport in 41 minutes of action.
2009-10: Had a strong first-season for the Hornets after transferring from Division I Liberty University ... played in 27 games while averaging 11.1 points and 5.6 rebounds ... ranked 12th in the ODAC in total rebounds, 15th in rebounds per game, and 15th in field goals made ... shot 44% from the floor and made 38 of 49 free throws ... had a season-high 21 points on 10-14 shooting along with eight rebounds against Mary Washington ... provided 14 points and seven caroms at Division I VMI ... tacked on 18 points on 6-8 shooting from the foul line and 6-10 from the floor with nine rebounds at Randolph College ... provided 19 points and nine boards against ODAC Champion Guilford ... dropped 16 and 20 points in two meetings with Bridgewater ... recorded two straight double-doubles against Roanoke and Eastern Mennonite with 18 and 10 against Roanoke and 17 and 13 at Eastern Mennonite ... tacked on 13 points and 10 rebounds vs. Guilford in the Quarterfinals of the ODAC Tournament.
Before LC: A two-year letterman at Cary High School ... played one year postgraduate at Hargrave Military Academy ... received an MVP basketball scholarship ... a transfer from Liberty University where he played in 14 games.
Personal: Nate is the son of Kevin and Gayle Campbell.