- Geoff Cameron
Football player infobox| playername= Geoff Cameron
dateofbirth = birth date and age|1985|7|11
cityofbirth = Attleboro, MA
height = height|ft=6|in=3
clubnumber = 20
youthyears = 2004-05
youthclubs = West Virginia 38 (4)
Rhode Island 49 (6)
years = 2005-07
Rhode Island Stingrays Houston Dynamo
caps(goals) = 33 0(8)
pcupdate = 25 July 2008
ntupdate = 19 March 2008
Geoff Cameron (born
July 11, 1985is an American soccer midfielder, who currently plays for the Houston Dynamoof Major League Soccer.
Youth and college
Cameron attended Attleboro High School and Providence Country Day for high school before choosing
West Virginia Universityfor college. After making 28 starts in two seasons at West Virginia, Cameron transferred to the University of Rhode Islandfor his junior and senior years. Cameron was an immediate starter and helped URI beat Rutgers in the 2006 NCAA tournament, scoring in a shootout. As a senior in 2007, Cameron was named Midfielder of the Year in the Atlantic 10 Conference and was a first-team all-Mid Atlantic Region selection.
During his college years, Cameron also played for
Rhode Island Stingraysin the USL Premier Development League.
Cameron was drafted by the Houston Dynamo in the third round (42nd overall) in the
2008 MLS SuperDraft. He made his professional debut on March 29, 2008, coming on as a sub in a loss against the New England Revolution. In his first home appearance, on April 6, he scored a last-minute goal to help the Dynamo to a 3-3 tie with FC Dallas. He became a regular substitute and sometimes starter for the Dynamo by mid-season.
List of current MLS players
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