Cameron Roget
Cameron  Roget

Volunteer Assistant Coach



SDSU Women’s Soccer Adds Pair to Staff

SDSU Women’s Soccer adds pair to staff

Bio entering 2018 season.

Cameron Roget enters his second season at San Diego State as a volunteer assistant coach after a long professional career.

In his first year on The Mesa, Roget helped SDSU close out the regular season with four consecutive victories, which jumpstarted their run to the 2017 Mountain West tournament title. The Aztecs' championship run in Las Vegas propelled them to the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2014.

Roget brings nearly a decade's worth of high-level soccer experience that has taken him from the United States to Trinidad and Tobago to Finland and to the Netherlands. Before heading off to CS Dominguez Hills to play collegiately, Roget spent time with the Trinidad and Tobago U17 team. Following his national team exposure, which would lead to his U23 appointment in 2011-12, Roget helped the Toros to the 2008 Division II national championship and finished the 2009 campaign with CSUDH before transferring to San Diego City College where he was a Pacific Coast Athletic Conference all-conference selection and scholar-athlete.

When his collegiate career was completed, Roget embarked a professional career that spanned six years and three countries. First up was a three-year stint with the St. Ann's Rangers in Trinidad and Tobago from 2011-13 and then a two-team tour in Finland (Sporting Kristina -- 2014-15, Vasa IFK -- 2015). Roget put the finishing touches on his playing career in the Netherlands where he saw action with FC Lienden in 2016.

Roget experienced his first taste of coaching in 2012-13 when he was in Trinidad and Tobago and playing with the Rangers. It was there he assisted training sessions with the youth professional team. That experience led to a similar position when he was playing with Sporting Kristina in 2015. Upon returning to the United States, Roget began coaching with the Rebels Soccer Club in Chula Vista and at Bonita Vista High School, which came after a three-year stint at Otay Ranch High School.

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