LISTEN: Rick Stansbury Previews Tonight's Volleyball Match-up + Arkansas Preview | WKU Connection

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Previewing Saturday’s match-up with undefeated Arkansas Rick Stansbury had this to say during his opening statement,

“I think the most important thing is we’ve got a bigger volleyball game than we do basketball game, don’t we? What an amazing job Coach Hudson and that staff and those players have done.”

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Stansbury even mentioned that he was cancelling a recruiting visit tonight to be in attendance. Coach Stansbury likely was scheduled to make the trip to Marshall County to watch 5 star recruit Zion Harmon, who the Hilltoppers have had on their radar since the spring.

Hilltopper Guards Josh Anderson and Camron Justice also spoke to the media following Stansbury’s press conference.

See you all in Diddle tonight and tomorrow night!


Western Kentucky Defeats Fordham 69-64 | WKU Connection

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Western Kentucky survives a late rally by Fordham to improve to 6-1 on the season heading into a matchup with instate rival Louisville on Friday in Nashville.

WKU finishes in 4th place at the Paradise Jam. They will travel back to Bowling Green tomorrow and prepare for #2 ranked Louisville.

Quick Stats

  • Charles Bassey- 24pts 12 rbs (10/10 FT)
  • Cam Justice- 23pts
  • Jared Savage- 9pts, 6 rbs, 2 ast

Senior Cam Justice with a huge first half shooting 4-4 from the 3pt line and ended the game shooting 6-8 from deep.

With this afternoons win we can now fully focus on beating Louisville Friday.

Can it be Friday already? See you in Nashville!


BREAKING: IUPUI Grad Transfer Camron Justice Has Committed to WKU

This afternoon Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports reported that Justice had committed to WKU.

Last season Justice averaged 18.6 ppg, 3.2 rag, and 2.9 apg at IUPUI. Justice will be eligible immediately.

Justice, a Kentucky native won the states Mr.Basketball award in 2015. Justice attended Knott County Central High School.

WKU Basketball with the cryptic message after the news broke.

UPDATE: WKU Basketball Has Shown Interest In Former Kentucky Mr. Basketball Camron Justice

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Earlier today Jeff Goodman(our favorite reporter) of Watch Stadium reported that Western Kentucky has shown interest in former Kentucky Mr. Basketball (2015) Camron Justice.

Goodman reported that Justice visited WKU yesterday.

Last Season Justice averaged 18.6 ppg, 3.2 rpg, & 2.9 apg. at IUPUI. Justice was named Kentucky’s Mr. Basketball in 2015. Justice is a native of Knott county, Kentucky.

Former Kentucky Mr. Basketball Looking For A New Home

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Camron Justice a former Kentucky Mr. Basketball in 2015 is on the market and looking for a new home, could WKU be that home? This would be a way that 3 of the last 4 Mr. Basketball could team up, with Carson Williams and Taveion Hollingsworth.

Coming out of high school Justice was a 3-star player from Knott County Central according to 247 sports, had offers from Tennessee, UAB, Clemson, WKU and ultimately picked Vanderbilt.

After the 2017 season Justice decided to transfer to IUPUI in Indianapolis, IN. While at IUPUI Justice averaged 18.6 points a game 3 rebounds and 2 assists a game while playing 32 minutes a game.

Coming out of High School Justice held an offer from Western Kentucky then coached by Ray Harper. Would be interesting to see if Rick Stansbury makes a move for Justice as a grad transfer. Justice is a 6’3 point guard who could fill the opening left by Lamonte Bearden.