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#25 Anthony Campbell
Position: Forward/Guard
Height: 6'7"
Weight: 215
Year: Redshirt Senior
Hometown: Edwardsville, Ill.
High School: Edwardsville HS
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Campbell Photos

As a junior redshirt in 2011-12: Opened season as starter against Middle Tennessee and California before settling into reserve role after preseason knee injury obviously left him hobbled...enjoyed season best performance against Bowling Green in CBE...although he failed to score next night against George Washington tied for Govs lead in rebounding with six...
tallied seven points and four rebounds at Lipscomb, starting string of three straight games of seven-point scoring...knocked down two-of-three three pointers versus Arkansas State before suffering knee injury late in first half...underwent surgery in late December.

As a junior redshirt in 2010-11: Scored in double figures in 7 of 10 games played, averaging 13.9 ppg...led Govs in scoring twice in injury-shortened off to slow start at St. Louis, scoring just three points...shooting woes continued, although he scored 15 points at Chattanooga and 20 at Lipscomb...began finding shooting range at Southern Illinois, connecting 4-7 FG, including 3-7 3FG, to finish with 15 points...suffered through a frustrating night at Purdue before bouncing back with 24 points on 8-12 FG against Charleston Southern...tallied 13 points in OT loss to Oakland before putting together solid back-to-back OVC opening efforts against Southeast Missouri (19 points, 7-12 FG) and Eastern Illinois (17 points, 5-5 FTs)...struggled through one of his career's worst shooting performances (1-10) against Lipscomb before suffering torn ACL in non-contact drill, Dec. 8...underwent surgery, Dec. 28, and was granted redshirt during spring.

As a sophomore in 2009-10: Finished fourth in OVC scoring as sophomore...his 15.5 ppg also was second on team behind Wesley first season as starter ranked second in OVC in minutes played (34.6 mpg)...his 48.6 percent shooting was 11th in OVC while his 80.6 free-throw percentage was seventh best...his 5.3 rebounds per game were second best on team and ninth in a result, earned second-team All-OVC...moved into starting lineup in 2009-10 after serving as Govs top bench performer in freshman season...tallied double figures in 29 of 31 games started...scored then career-high 17 in opener at Tennessee, going 7-of-12 FG; knocking down 3-of-5 3FG...scored 13 of his 14 points in second half at Akron, also pulling down seven boards in Govs come-from-behind win to open Glenn Wilkes Classic...tallied 14 points, including two three pointers, against North Carolina State...scored 19 points on 7-of-13 FGs against Niagara, hitting three key late-game buckets in Govs' comeback...also dished out career-high four assists in a result of his outstanding efforts-scoring double digits in all four games-was named to Glenn Wilkes Classic All-tourney team ...set career-high for third time in season with 23 points versus Drake, including 5-of-12 3FGs...played 41 minutes, scoring 19 points and pulling five rebounds in overtime win against SEMO...held to just two points at Kentucky, snapping streak of 11 straight double-figure scoring games to open season...rebounded with 17 points against Evansville, including 8-of-10 free throws...collected 15 points on 7-of-12 FGs at Missouri while also grabbing seven rebounds...connected on five three-point field goals en route to a career-high 24 points at Morehead State...also had career-highs with two blocks and three steals...converted career-high nine field goals at Eastern Kentucky to notch his second-straight 20-point-plus scoring game....posted 16 points against UT Martin, although failed to connect on three-point field goal for first time since Kentucky game in mid-December...scored 12 points in home loss to Murray State...after game was moved from small to power forward first start inside against Tennessee State, recorded career's first double-double (17 points, 13 rebounds, also a career high)...finished with 19 points and six rebounds at Tennessee Tech, for his eighth straight double-figure scoring game...suffered ankle sprain in Friday practice prior to Jacksonville State game, forcing him to miss contest...returned from ankle injury to score 19 points at home against Eastern Kentucky on 6-of-9 FGs and season-best 6-of-6 FTs...notched second career double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds at UT Martin...recorded season's fourth 20-point-plus game at Murray State while pulling a team-high eight rebounds...scored 17 points and pulled eight rebounds in road loss at Tennessee State...tallied fourth straight double-digit performance with 15 points and four rebounds against Jacksonville State...recorded season's fifth 20-point outing with 23 points at home against Tennessee Tech in 43 minutes...tied career best with five three-point field goals, including game-tying three-pointer with 24.2 seconds left...scored 13 points on 4-of-9 shooting at EIU...played career-high 44 minutes at SEMO, scoring 13 points...tipped out rebound on missed free throw to secure the Govs overtime win...finished season with 16 points, on 6-of-10 shooting, in first-round OVC tourney loss.

As a freshman in 2008-09: Served as Govs' most valuable reserve...averaged 7.8 ppg overall, shooting an impressive 50 percent from floor...shot 37.1 percent from three-point line...numbers, however, were even better during OVC play...averaged 8.8 ppg, shooting 56.7 percent from floor and even more impressive 43.1 percent from three-point range during league play...scored double figures on 12 occasions...after slow start, began to find his rhythm in fourth game against Lambuth, scoring eight points before breaking loose against Georgia Southern...tallied 12 points, on 5-of-5 shooting, and six rebounds against Eagles...also knocked down first two career three pointers in game...two games later, connected on 3-of-5 3FGs to finish with 12 points on floor where he earned prep tourney MVP honors the previous year...came right back to hit four three-pointers (six attempts) in scoring 14 points at Louisville....named OVC Freshman of the Week for his efforts...scored season-high 16 points on 6-of-8 FGs against Morehead State, Jan. 3....ended contest three-of-four from three-point range..came right back with 10 points against Eastern Kentucky two nights later...scored just 10 points total, despite shooting five-of-seven from floor, in next two games before again putting together back-to-back double figure contests....scored 14 points on 5-of-8 shooting against Tennessee State before tallying 12 points at home against Tennessee Tech...struggled in Death Valley swing, scoring 11 points on 4-of-12 shooting...finished with 12 points on 5-of-9 FGs against UT Martin...had eight points in Govs home win against Murray State before netting 10 at Tennessee Tech on 4-of-7 FG shooting...made season's first start at Jacksonville State, scoring 11 points on 5-of-8 shooting...also started against Drake (six points) before returning to reserve role at home against Eastern Illinois...scored 11 points in game and earned his season's second and third starts at home against SEMO and first-round OVC tourney contest against Eastern Illinois...grabbed season-high eight rebounds in OVC tourney first-round game against Panthers...came off bench for final three contests...capped off season with 11-point effort against Bradley, going 5-of-8 from floor.

In high school: Guard for Mike Waldo at Edwardsville High School...blossomed in senior season to earn multitude of honors...nearly averaged double-double in leading Tigers to 26-3 record...led team with 16.6 scoring average along with 9.2 rebounds per game...shot 58 percent from floor, including 51.2 percent from three-point range (67 three pointers)...also averaged 1.9 assists and 1.2 steals per game...selected second-team All-Metro St. Louis...earned Illinois Basketball Coaches Association third-team Class 3A-4A All-State..named Associated Press Class 4A honorable mention All-State...also honorable mention Chicago Tribune All-State...chosen first-team Alton Telegraph All-Area team...selected first-team All-Southwestern Conference...scored 13 points for South team in Illinois Basketball Coaches Association All-Star Game...earned South team's leadership award...named MVP of Charleston Holiday junior averaged 5.6 points and 6.0 rebounds per game...also had 28 assists and 15 steals...scored career-high 27 points against East St. Louis...enjoyed standout AAU performance after junior season, averaging more than 20 points and 10 rebounds for St. Louis Majestics...also won three-point shooting competition at invitation-only camp, The Basketball Camp, in Kansas City...entered senior season ranked by Ramey Basketball and as one of the Top St. Louis-area prospects.

Personal: Business international management major... two-time member of Athletics Director's Honor Roll ...son of Mark and Michelle Campbell...his dad played both basketball and baseball at Northeast Missouri (now Truman State)...born June 19, 1990... age 21.

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