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Caleb White had 12 points and Paris Roberts-Campbell added 10 for the Pirates
Paris Roberts-Campbell had 17 points to lead the Pirates
Paris Roberts-Campbell leads Pirates with 20 points in victory.
Roberts-Campbell leads team with 22 points to advance to NIT Tip-Off Second Round
Postseason accomplishments earned recognition in the N.C. General Assembly
Played in the third-most games in school history, 122, and was on the floors for more than 3,000 minutes (3,073) ... One of two players in school history with more than 160 3-pointers and 140 steals ... Finished his career ranked seventh all-time at ECU with 160 3-pointers made ... Concluded his career fourth on the school's all-time steals list with 146 ... Played in 64 victories, the most by any ECU player in its Division I era.
As A Senior (2014-15)
Played in 22 total games after missing the first 10 of the season with an injury ... Averaged 4.9 points, 2.2 rebounds and 18.9 minutes per game ... Came off the bench in 21 games, making his lone start of the year against Temple in March 5 in his final home game ... Scored 11 points in his season debut at UNC Wilmington ... Led the Pirates with 14 points in their first American Athletic Conference game on Dec. 31 against Tulane .... Had 11 points in The American Basketball Championship First Round win over UCF ... Made multiple 3-pointers in nine games with a season-high four against Tulane ... Distributed a season-high four assists in wins over UNCG and UCF ... Collected multiple steals in six games ... Had three or more rebounds in eight games.
As A Junior (2013-14)
Started all 34 games during the season ... Averaged 11.9 points, 4.2 rebounds and 34.0 minutes per game ... Shot 38.7 percent from the field, 33.0 percent beyond the arc and 74.1 percent at the foul line ... Finished eighth in Conference USA with 1.6 steals per game, tops on the team ... Tallied 53 steals, sixth-most in school history ... Was second on the squad in assists, free throws made, minutes played and 3-point field goals made ... Ranked third on the team in scoring and rebounding ... Led the Pirates in scoring 10 times ... Netted double figures in 23 games, topping 20 points in seven contests ... Scored a career-high 22 points in the first round of the NIT Tip-Off against Norfolk State, scoring nine of the Pirates' final 11 points ... Dropped in 21 points against N.C. Wesleyan, N.C. A&T, Old Dominion and UAB ... Added 20 points in wins over UNC Asheville and UTSA ... Made three or more 3-pointers in 12 games with four against Norfolk State and UNC Asheville in the NIT Tip-Off ... Collected multiple steals in 15 games with four in a game four times ... Distributed three or more assists in 18 games, including a career-best seven at FIU ... Led the team in blocks with 13 during league play ... Played all 40 minutes in seven games and ranked seventh in Conference USA in minutes played.
As A Sophomore (2012-13)
Competed in all 35 games, making 30 starts at shooting guard ... Averaged 5.6 points, 2.1 rebounds and 1.8 assists in 25.6 minutes per game ... Over 66 percent (.667) of his made field goals (63) were 3-point field goals (42) ... Shot 36.3 percent behind the arc (42-116) ... Shot 40.4 percent outside the 3-point line in league play, ranking sixth in Conference USA ... Scored double figures in seven games ... Dropped in a season-high 16 points at UAB, going 6-of-7 from the field, including 4-of-5 from 3, with a career-high nine rebounds ... Scored 15 points on five made 3s against Tulane ... Connected on four 3s for 12 points in the C-USA tournament quarterfinals against Tulsa ... Made three or more 3-point field goals in a game five times ... Distributed a career-best six assists in the CIT semifinals against Evansville ... Handed out more than three assists in nine additional games, including five three times ... Recorded multiple steals in 12 games ... Credited with four steals against North Carolina and four at home versus UAB ... Played over 30 minutes in 15 games during the season, including each of the final 11 games.
As A Freshman (2011-12)
Played in all 31 games ... Averaged 5.2 points and 1.3 rebounds ... More than 60 percent (.622) of his made field goals (53) were 3-point field goals (33) ... Scored double figures in five games ... Made multiple 3-point field goals in nine games ... Scored 12 points in his ECU debut, sinking four 3-point field goals against Milligan ... Grabbed a season-best six rebounds against UNC Greensboro ... Scored double figures in back-to-back games against N. C. Central (10) and Virginia-Wise (17) ... His 17 points against Virginia-Wise were a season-high ... Dropped in 13 points against Rice at home ... Also scored 12 against the Owls in the first round of the C-USA tournament, drilling four 3s ... Played 37 minutes in the C-USA quarterfinal loss to Southern Miss ... Credited a season-high four steals at home versus Marshall ... Registered three steals in two additional games.
Led United Faith Christian Academy to the North Carolina Independent Schools Athletic Association 1A championship in 2010 ... Guided the Falcons to a 31-7 record in 2010-11 and state championship runner-up finish ... Earned 2011 North Carolina Independent Schools Athletic Association (NCISAA) 1A All-State honors, averaging 24 points per game ... Named 2010-11 First-Team All-South Charlotte News .... Two-time All-Southern Piedmont Athletic Association player ... Participated in the 2011 Jordan Brand Regional All-Star Game ... Helped UFCA earn an invitation to the 2011 ESPN RISE National High School Invitational ... Scored 24 points against Oak Hill Academy in the 2011 Martin Luther King Tournament in Greensboro ... Named MVP of the 2010 Chick-Fil-A Classic ... Named to the 2009 GlaxoSmithKline Holiday Invitational All-Tournament Team ... Began his high school career at East Mecklenburg, where he played for three seasons (2007-09) and helped the Eagles win the 2008 4A state championship.
Born Sept. 13, 1992 in Alexandria, Va. ... Parents are Jenee and Charles Campbell ... Has two younger sisters, Kennedy (12) and Lundyn (5) ... Academic major is communication.