The Lancers (6-13, 3-3 Big South) had a double-digit lead for most of the final 15 minutes. The Camels (9-9, 3-3) closed within nine at 63-54 and again at 72-61 before Longwood scored the final five points, punctuated by an Ashe dunk.
Campbell scored the first 10 points of the game, but Longwood quickly erased the deficit with a 20-5 run. The Camels regained the lead once at 23-22 before the Lancers scored seven straight and never trailed again.
Damarion Geter had five offensive rebounds and 14 overall to go with four steals and two points for Longwood.
The rebuilding Wildcats are set to raise the 2018 national championship banner next week -- and also lower expectations for the season to come after multiple NBA departures.
Michigan coach John Beilein can't yell or throw a chest pass yet after his offseason heart surgery, but the coach says he is ready for the upcoming season -- and fully expects to be recovered by that time.
Former Memphis All-American and NBA All-Star Penny Hardaway tipped off his first camp as new coach of the Tigers, and he's "really anxious" to get to work.