BELLINGHAM, Wash. – Western Washington University men’s soccer head coach Greg Brisbon has announced that junior college All-American defender Camron Miller has joined the Vikings program as a transfer from Whatcom Community College.
Miller, a native of Snohomish, WA and product of Glacier Peak High School, is currently enrolled at WWU and will participate in the spring training season with the Vikings. He will be a junior in eligibility when the Vikings take the field for the 2019 season. Miller joins Mitchell Hutter out of Sumner High School as the first two pieces of the recruiting class that will debut on the pitch in 2019.
“I am excited to continue my collegiate career with such a great program,” said Miller. “I am looking forward to challenging myself and hoping to make a positive impact on the program.”
Miller starred the last two seasons at Whatcom CC, captaining the Orcas to a 33-5-7 overall record and a 24-1-5 record in the NWAC North Region, yielding a pair of runner-up finishes in the NWAC Championship. In two years at WCC he appeared in 38 of 45 games, making 37 starts as the Orcas center back. He scored 6 goals with 4 assists (16 points) and led one of the top defenses in the 24-team conference allowing only 35 goals in two seasons.