2014-15 SENIOR SEASON: Wrapped up collegiate career with 7-10–17 totals during senior season … dressed in 33 of 34 games … registered a then-NCAA season best four goals Dec. 6 vs. Bemidji State, helping UAA to 4-4 tie … named WCHA Offensive Player of the Week Dec. 8 … tallied other goals vs. Air Force (Oct. 18), at Alaska Fairbanks (Jan. 16) and at Northern Michigan (Jan. 31) … posted three power-play goals … started season with team-high-tying five-game point streak Oct. 10-25 with 1-4–5 totals … tallied 62 shots on goal – third most on team, while blocking 19 shots … blocked season-high four shots Feb. 20 at Bemidji State … one of three Seawolves to register a short-handed goal … tagged for 16 penalties, serving 43 minutes … posted team-high-tying three penalties and 17 penalty minutes vs. Wisconsin, Oct. 11 … received team’s Humanitarian Award … on all-time UAA list, finished career tied at No. 50 with 26 goals, tied for No. 52 with 39 assists and tied at No. 54 with 65 points … dressed in 143 career games, good for No. 2 all-time at UAA … signed with ECHL’s South Carolina Stingrays at conclusion of season.
2013-14 JUNIOR SEASON: Dressed in 34 of 38 games for the Seawolves, missing four due to an injury … posted career bests in all three categories, furnishing 10 goals, 13 assists and 23 points – good for UAA’s fifth-leading scorer … posted five multi-point games throughout the season … registered a career-high three-game goal streak from Feb. 22 through March 8 with three goals … placed 76 shots on goal, including a season-best five on two occasions – Nov. 1 at Bowling Green and Feb. 22 at Ferris State … averaged 2.24 shots per game … ended the season with a plus/minus ranking of 6 – good for second on the team … tagged for 15 penalties, serving 33 minutes in the box … posted two power-play goals and two game-winning goals vs. Alaska Fairbanks (Dec. 6) and vs. Lake Superior State (Dec. 14) … blocked 17 shots … made All-Tournament Team at Kendall Hockey Classic, helping UAA to title with wins over Quinnipiac and Air Force ... named UAA’s Corner Man at the end-of-the-season banquet on April 13 … named to the WCHA All-Academic Team.
2012-13 SEASON: Redshirted.
2011-12 SOPHOMORE SEASON: Posted five goals and eight assists for 13 points – good for eighth overall on team and third among sophomores … dressed in 31 games, starting in 13 … posted first three-point game with three assists on Oct. 8 against St. Cloud State, helping UAA defeat the Huskies in overtime for the Kendall Hockey Classic title … recorded four multi-point games, including first career two-goal game on Dec. 10 at Colorado College … registered back-to-back two-point games on Nov. 25-26 at Minnesota State … placed 61 shots on net – fourth-most on team … tagged for nine penalties, serving 18 minutes … picked up the game-winning goal on Feb. 24 against in-state rival Alaska Fairbanks in Game 1 of the Alaska Airlines Governor’s Cup … named to the WCHA All-Academic Team and WCHA Scholar-Athlete Team.
2010-11 FRESHMAN SEASON: Suited up in 36 of 37 games for the Green & Gold in rookie season … recorded four goals and eight assists for 12 points, good for third among freshmen and eighth on the team … posted 2-3–5 totals against WCHA opponents … scored first collegiate goal and assists against North Dakota in season opener at the Kendall Hockey Classic on Oct. 8 … tallied two multi-point games against UND and at Minnesota (March 12) in the WCHA First Round, helping UAA sweep the Golden Gophers and earn a trip to the WCHA Final Five in St. Paul … posted a game-winning goal at Bemidji State on Nov. 12, helping UAA defeat the Beavers 5-4 … blocked three shots throughout the season, while placing 47 shots on net …tagged for 7 penalties, serving 14 minutes.
BEFORE UAA: Spent three seasons with the Spruce Grove Saints of the Alberta Junior Hockey League ... registered 55 goals and 82 assists for 137 points over 144 games ... participated in the 2008-09 AJHL All-Star game ... named to the 2007-08 AJHL All-Rookie Team ... attended Spruce Grove Composite High School.
PERSONAL: Born May 11, 1990 in Edmonton, Alberta ... son of Jim and Carolyn Cameron ... one sibling – Ryan ... enjoys hunting and fishing ... psychology major.
Goals (game) 4 12/6/14 vs. BSU
Assists (game) 3 10/8/11 vs. SCSU
Points (game) 4 12/6/14 vs. BSU
Goal Streak 3 gms 2/22/14-3/8/14
Point Streak 5 gms 10/10/14-10/25/14
Multi-Point Gms 13 gms (last: 1/16/15 at UAF)