Versatile midfielder who can also play defender and went from an unheralded third-round draft pick to a U.S. national team prospect in his rookie season in 2008.
2010: Missed almost four months due to PCL tear suffered in April but returned and totaled 16 appearances, 15 starts, and three goals ... Stepped into new role as attacking midfielder at beginning of season ... Scored memorable goal with first-time strike from top of penalty area to open scoring in 3-0 win vs. CHV on 4/17 ... Ruptured right PCL on slick turf at CHI on 4/24 ... Initially ruled out for season, but recovery time downgraded to four months following surgery ... Returned to competitive action in SuperLiga and was back on field for MLS play in 2-0 loss at SEA on 8/8 ... Returned to defense for the first time since 2009 in 1-0 loss at NE on 8/14 ... Continued at center back and hit crossbar with header in 4-3 win vs. CHI on 8/21 ... Started at center back but played majority of match in midfield after Lovel Palmer was ejected in 3-0 loss at COL on 8/28 ... Played 90 minutes in midfield in five consecutive matches on 9/5, 9/18, 9/22, 9/25, and 10/2 ... Notched game-winning goal with 70th-minute header in 3-1 win at DC on 9/25 ... Ejected in stoppage time of 2-1 loss vs. NE on 10/10 and missed match at SJ on 10/16 ... Scored tying goal with terrific surging run and left-footed finish in 2-1 win vs. SEA in season finale on 10/23 ... Open Cup: Did not appear due to injury ... SuperLiga: Missed group stage due to injury but made emotional return less than four months after injury in 1-0 semifinal loss vs. Morelia on 8/5.
2009: Stepped into starting center back role at the beginning of the season and became MLS Defender of the Year candidate … MLS First XI … MLS All-Star First XI … Named Dynamo Defender of the Year … Made 22 starts on defense, five in central midfield, and two at right midfield … Notched two goals and six assists, both career highs, while starting 29 of 30 games …. Made first career MLS start at center back on 3/21 vs. CLB … Shifted to left back in 3-5-2 formation in 1-0 loss at DC on 4/4 … Earned first assist of the year when he kept play alive to set up Craig Waibel's goal in 3-1 win vs. SJ on 5/23 … Missed his first game of the season on 7/11 at SEA due to yellow-card accumulation … Started at attacking midfielder in 1-1 tie on 7/18 at TFC and set up game-tying goal with volleyed cross to Bobby Boswell … Voted to MLS All-Star First XI as a defender and played in All-Stars' 1-1 tie vs. Everton on 7/29 … Made first start at right midfield in 4-3 win vs. DC on 8/1 … Took quick throw-in to set up opening goal in 3-2 win vs. CHI on 8/9 … Scored first MLS goal of the season on a header from a Brad Davis free kick in 1-1 tie vs. SEA on 8/23 … Made marauding run up the right side to assist on Cam Weaver's game-tying goal in 80th minute of 2-1 loss at CLB on 9/13 … Also whistled for foul on controversial penalty kick that decided match … Had a goal and an assist in 3-2 win vs. RSL on 9/19 … Goal came off his knee from a Brad Davis corner kick … Made bicycle kick clearance named Dynamo Defensive Play of the Year and MLS Save of the Week to preserve shutout in 0-0 tie vs. LA on 10/18 … Started at central midfield in place of injured Ricardo Clark and contributed an assist in 3-2 win at CHV on 10/25 … Playoffs: Played full 330 minutes of playoff action … 08-09 Champions League: Appeared as a substitute in both legs of quarterfinal series vs. Atlante, including full second half as a defender in second leg … Open Cup: Came on as a halftime sub in 2-0 win at Austin on 7/1 … Played 90 minutes in central midfield and scored twice on headers in 4-0 quarterfinal win at Charleston on 7/7 … 09-10 Champions League: … Appeared in five of six games in group stage, mostly as a midfielder … Scored first international goal in 3-2 loss at Isidro Metapán on 10/21.
2008: Finalist for MLS Rookie of the Year award who made major contributions … Dynamo Newcomer of the Year … Scored goal that was Dynamo Play of the Year and was among five finalists for MLS Goal of the Year … Had a goal and two assists in 23 games, including 8 starts, in MLS play … Used mainly as a substitute in league play but a regular starter in international play … Made MLS debut in season opener at NE on 3/29, coming on as a sub in front of family and friends from nearby Attleboro, Mass. … Made first Dynamo start on 4/6 in home opener vs. FCD and was named Man of the Match after forcing an own goal and scoring the game-tying goal, later named Goal of the Week, in stoppage time … Started in back-to-back games on 5/28 and 5/31 and notched a game-winning assist in 1-0 win vs. NY on 5/31, setting up Brian Ching … Also assisted on Brian Mullan's goal at DC on 7/23 … Playoffs: Came on as late substitute in first leg at NY on 11/1 and provided spark that helped lead to game-tying goal … Champions' Cup: Appeared in two games … Started and was forced to move to center back in semifinal second leg at Deportivo Saprissa on 4/9 … Open Cup: Played all 120 minutes at Charleston on 7/1 … SuperLiga: Major contributor to Dynamo's run to the championship game, playing every minute of all five games … Started at right midfield and had two assists in win vs. Atlante on 7/12 … Also started at right midfield vs. Chivas de Guadalajara on 7/15 and at DC on 7/19 … Started at center back in semifinal vs. Pachuca on 7/29 and had a strong game before moving to defensive midfield late in the game … Started at center back and played 120 minutes at NE on 8/5 in the final … Champions League: Started four of six games … Earned assist in landmark 4-4 tie at Pumas on 9/30 with cross that led to Kei Kamara's first goal … Forced an own goal in 3-1 loss vs. Pumas on 10/22 … Reserves: Started nine games and contributed two goals and three assists to MLS Reserve Division championship squad.
2010: Called into January training camp with national team but did not make roster for match vs. Honduras … 2009: Called into training camp with States national team in January, his first national team call-up at any level, but injured hamstring on second day of camp.
Finished collegiate career at University of Rhode Island … Earned Atlantic 10 Conference's inaugural Midfielder of the Year award in 2007 after scoring two goals and dishing out three assists … Spent two years at West Virginia before transferring to URI.
Bayside United, coached by Stacey DiCastro, and Attleboro Youth Soccer, coached by Peter Pereira.
Full name is Geoffrey Scott Cameron … Two-time All-New England honoree at Providence Country Day School … Favorite athlete is Edgar Davids … Hobbies are drawing, ping-pong, dancing, and listening to music … Parents are Diane and Scott Cameron … Has two older sisters, Derrah and Beth, and a younger brother, William … Communications major who is two classes and an internship away from completing his degree … Though a right-footed player, is naturally left-handed.