Baltimore native Bruce Cameron returns for his 10th season as the top assistant on Kevin Anderson's staff. Cameron came to Shenandoah University in July 2008 after spending 11 years as an assistant coach at West Virginia University.
The final nine years of his experience in Morgantown came as the Mountaineers top assistant. During that 11-year span, Cameron helped WVU to three seasons of at least 36 victories and Big East Tournament berths in 1998, 2003, 2006 and 2008. As the squad's outfielders coach, Cameron saw 13 players at that position earn All-Big East honors.
Additionally, Cameron has experience as head coach in both the Coastal Plain and Atlantic Collegiate summer baseball leagues.
With Cameron's addition to the staff, he and Anderson combine to have more than 25 years of NCAA Division I coaching and playing experience.
Prior to coming to West Virginia, Cameron was the head coach at Catonsville (Md.) Community College and served as an assistant at both Catonsville and in high school.
In his coaching career, over 50 of his players have either been drafted or signed professional baseball contracts.
Cameron is a 1993 graduate of Concordia (N.Y.) College and earned his master's degree from WVU. He and his wife, Lisa, have one son, Bruce Matthew.