Cameron Copps-Tilley
1  Cameron Copps-Tilley

Vancouver, WA

High School:
Fort Vancouver

Last College:
Univ. of Washington

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 190




COLLEGE: Finished fourth among school career leaders in goals against average at 1.46 and tied for fourth in shutouts with 10 ... Saw action in 18 games, making 15 starts ... Had 1.89 goals against average, 3 shutouts and 64.2 save percentage, allowing 34 goals and making 61 saves in 1,620 minutes ... First-team all-Great Northwest Athletic Conference all-star as junior in 2008 ... Started all 19 games ... Had 1.13 goals against average, 6 shutouts (tied for fourth among school career leaders) and 76.8 save percentage, allowing 22 goals and making 73 saves in 1,750 minutes ... Suffered season-ending leg injury after just three games in 2007 ... Team captain ... Allowed 3 goals and made 8 saves, having 1 shutout and 1.03 goals against average... Three letters ... Transfer from University of Washington ... Lettered for Huskies in 2006, did not see action in 2005 and was redshirt in 2004.

HIGH SCHOOL: First-team Class 4A all-State choice as senior at Fort Vancouver High School ... Vancouver Columbian Defensive Player of the Year for second straight season ... First-team Vancouver Columbian all-Area and all-Greater St. Helens League pick, both for second time ... Second-team all-league as sophomore ... Played on Washington State Olympic Development Team for four years ... Member of the FC United and played in Surf Cup in San Diego ... Member of Columbia Timbers for two years.

PERSONAL: Major is secondary education.