Cody Camp joined the Bronco coaching staff as a student assistant in 2011. Camp spent two seasons in a Bronco uniform before an injury cut his career short. Camp currently assists in goalkeeper training, as well day-to-day operations of the program.
Western Michigan made its second-straight appearance in
the Mid-American Conference game in 2011, as the Broncos defeated
then-defending national champion Akron in the tournament semifinals. WMU
also posted a regular-season signature win over Michigan, defeating the
Wolverines for the first time ever in Ann Arbor. The Broncos produced
two Second Team All-MAC honorees and three MAC All-Tournament Team
selections. Camp assisted in training the Bronco goalkeepers which
posted three shutouts.
Played and started two games in goal ... started season-opener against Concordia, played first half and recorded the win ... started first half of Valparaiso match (10/20) ... logged 90:00 minutes, posting a 1-1 record ... faced five shots, making one save.
Played in five games and made four starts ... was goalie of record in two games, going 0-2-0 ... allowed 10 goals in 320:36 minutes played for a 2.81 goals against average ... faced 56 shots and made 19 saves for a .655 save percentage ... made first career start at Bradley (9/11) ... played first complete game vs. Evansville (9/12).
Named Northern Indiana Player of the Year senior year after leading Mishawaka Marian to the state title game, where the Knights finished runners-up ... also earned first team All-Northern Indiana Conference, first team all-district and all-state honors as a senior ... as a junior, set the school record with 13 shutouts and was named second team All-NIC and second team all-district ... Marian went 30-7-1 in Camp’s final two seasons.
Majoring in physical education and coaching ... son of Craig and Beth Camp ... younger brother, Connor, currently a freshman goalkeeper on the Bronco squad ... born June 21, 1990 in Elkhart, Ind.