2016 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in 12 matches on the season … Tallied two assists and two shot attempts … Earned 160 minutes of playing time … Played at least 15 minutes six times … Made her Miami debut at North Florida (8/19) and earned the first point of her career with an assist in the 76th minute … Played a season-high 28 minutes against Jacksonville (8/28) and logged an assist … Notched one shot attempt versus FIU (9/11).
2015 (Freshman): Did not see any match action due to injury … Redshirted to retain eligibility.
High School: Graduated from Sachem East High School … Did not play high school soccer … Ranked as a four-star recruit by Top Drawer Soccer … Member of the National Honor Society, Business Honor Society, Foreign Language Honor Society, student government and the volunteer club … Won the Principal’s Award for career and financial management, as well as for international business … Named to the honor roll every semester.
Club: Played for the Albertson Fury from 2012-15 and was coached by Paul Riley, the head coach of the NWSL’s Portland Thorns … Selected to the 2013 Puma Showcase Invite and the 2013 ENCL Player Development Program … Named to the All-Event Team at the 2012 PDA ECNL … Member of the WPSL’s Long Island Fury from 2012-13 … Played at the U.S. Soccer Training Centers from Nov. 2011-Jan. 2012 … Participated in National ID2 Camp in Oct. 2011.
ODP: New York State Team member from 2009-12 … Regional pool player in 2011 … Played in tournaments in Boca Raton, Fla., and Costa Rica in 2012 with an Interregional team.
Personal: Full name is Camille Rose Kelton … Born Feb. 5, 1997 … Parents are Marlana and John Kelton … Father is a member of the Fire Department of New York … Has an older brother, Johnny, a younger sister, Julz, and a younger brother, Mike … Majoring in international finance and marketing … Intends pursue her MBA after college … Best sports memory is scoring the winning goal in the final two minutes of a match to send her team to the state finals … Favorite athlete is Derek Jeter because of his great character … Chose Miami because of its balance of good education and competitive soccer … Committed to Miami over Boston College, Florida, Northeastern and Syracuse.