"We feel awful for Tony," said Phillips. "Sick to our stomach. We wish him nothing but a speedy and full recovery. We are proud of all that he's accomplished while wearing a Bobcat uniform and thank him for his many contributions to our program."
Campbell was averaging a team-high 16.4 points, 8.9 rebounds and 1.1 blocks per game this year. He reached double figures in scoring 11 times this season and put together five outings with at least 20 points.
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Campbell, who played in 113 games and made 83 starts over four seasons for the Bobcats, ends his Ohio career ranking 22nd in program history with 1,257 points (11.1 per game), 10th with 81 rebounds (7.1 per game) and ninth with 119 blocks (1.1 per game). His career shooting percentage of 53.6 percent (498-of-929) ranks fifth in Ohio history. He tallied 32 career double-doubles.
Campbell put together a stellar junior campaign in 2015-16, earning Associated Press Honorable Mention All-America, National Association of Basketball Coaches Division I First Team All-District 14, Mid-American Conference Player of the Year and First Team All-MAC honors. He joined Frank Baumholtz (1941; Converse First Team), Walter Luckett (1975; Helms Honorable Mention), Gary Trent (1995; AP, UPI Honorable Mention) and D.J. Cooper (2013; AP Honorable Mention, Lou Henson; 2012; Lute Olson) in earning All-America honors and became the ninth player in program history to earn a MAC Player of the Year award, joining Ken Kowall (1971), Luckett (1974), John Deveraux (1984), Paul Graham (1989), Dave Jamerson (1990), Lewis Geter (1992), Trent (1993, '94, '95) and Cooper (2013) on Ohio's MAC Player of the Year list.
Campbell led the Bobcats in scoring with 17.1 points per game (fourth in MAC), a 56.6 percent field goal percentage (237-of-423; second in MAC, 39th in NCAA), 6.8 field goals made per game, 12.1 field goals attempted per game, 10.2 rebounds per game (second in MAC, 21st in NCAA) and 1.8 blocks per game (first in MAC, 59th in NCAA). He also ranked second on the team with 2.3 free throws made per game and 3.2 free throw attempts per game and third with 1.2 three-point field goals made per game and 3.3 three-point field goal attempts per game.
A two-time MAC East Division Player of the Week pick in 2015-16, Campbell dominated in conference play, averaging a league-high 10.5 boards per game and ranking third with 19.1 points and 1.4 blocks per game. He ranked third in the conference with a 57.4 percent (136-of-237) field goal percentage and shot 44.6 percent (29-of-65) from beyond the arc -- good for sixth in the league.
Campbell led the team in scoring a team-high 15 times and rebounding a team-high 29 times in 2015-16. He posted double-digit points in a team-high 29 games and logged double-digit boards a team-high 20 times. He achieved a team-high 17 double-doubles, which ranks 19th in the NCAA.
Campbell's 598 points in 2015-16 go down as the eighth-most in a single season in program history. He made 237 field goals, which ranks as the sixth-most in a single season in program history. He also hauled in 358 rebounds, which is the sixth-most in a single season in program history. His 63 blocks in 2015-16 are the eighth-most in a single season in program history.