Cameron Turner spent six seasons on the Alaska Anchorage men's basketball staff from 2011-17, including the final five as the program's top assistant and recruiting coordinator.
During his first season with UAA in 2011-12, Turner served as the graduate assistant coach for a Seawolf squad that went 23-7 and advanced to the NCAA Tournament 2nd Round. Overall, UAA went 116-61 during Turner's tenure, finishing in the top four in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference each year and producing 12 All-GNAC first- or second-team honorees.
The Lake Oswego, Ore., native came north after a successful 6-year run coaching the Willamette Reign AAU program in his home state. Additionally, he was the head track & field and cross country coach at Woodburn High School, where he directed the after-school programs.
A 2004 graduate of Southern Oregon University, Turner is currently pursuing his masters degree in human services at UAA. He and his wife Elizabeth are the parents of two young daughters, Cora and Iris.