Cameron resigns from women's soccer post

Cameron resigns from women's soccer post

MINNEAPOLIS – North Central University head women's soccer coach Andrew Cameron has stepped down from his position, effective immediately. Cameron has accepted a coaching job out of state in his efforts to make coaching a full-time profession.

"Andrew has done an excellent job of growing our women's soccer players, both spiritually and athletically, during his time at NCU as a coach," said Greg Johnson, director of athletics. "While I am sad to see Andrew leave our team, I know great things are in store for him as he continues to pursue coaching. We wish him well."

Cameron, who assumed the head coaching role ahead of the 2015 season after five years as an assistant, led the Rams to a 19-37-1 record, which included a trip to the NCCAA national tournament in his first year as the program leader. His coaching resume includes a pair of Upper Midwest Athletic Conference (UMAC) All-Conference winners, one of which was Dakotah Sparrman, who set program records for goals scored (56) and points (123) during her NCU playing career.

A search for Cameron's replacement is underway. Interested candidates may apply for the position at the link below.

https://www.northcentral.edu/employment/job-openings/womens-soccer-coach/