CAMERON CARTER | ASSISTANT COACH
The 2018 season is Camerson Carter's first as an assistant coach on Derek Pittman's staff at UTSA. Carter assists in all aspects of the program, while focusing on the development of the Roadrunners' goalkeepers.
Carter spent the 2017 season as a graduate assistant coach on Pittman’s staff at the University of Idaho.
In her season at Idaho, Carter tutored Makayla Presgrave to a 1.48 goal against average, 72 saves and four shutouts in 1,761 minutes between the posts.
Carter joined the Vandals fresh off an incredible career as a goalkeeper with the University of Arkansas. There, Carter set program records for wins with 45, games played with 81 and minutes played with 7,143.
She recorded 20 shutouts during her time with the Razorbacks, including six during her senior campaign. Carter also continued to improve throughout her career, posting her best goals against average of her career (1.04) during her senior season.
Her best season came in 2016, when she started every game and posted an 18-5-1 record, the most wins in a single season in program history. The Razorbacks advanced to the Southeastern Conference Tournament championship game for the first time since 1996. Arkansas also advanced to the second round of the NCAA Women’s College Cup with a win over Memphis, one of Idaho’s early-season opponents in 2017.
Carter was the primary starter during three of her four seasons with Arkansas, leading the Razorbacks to the NCAA Women’s College Cup in all three. Carter and the Razorbacks were also very successful in the Cup, winning at least one game all three years and advancing to the Sweet 16 in 2013.
Originally from Waco, Texas, Carter played high school soccer at Midway High School. She also competed for Waco United SC, Revolution Premier SC and the D’Feeters Soccer Club at the club level.