ASSISTANT COACH CAMERON MILES

Cameron Miles joins the College of Charleston women’s basketball staff as an Assistant Coach to Head Coach Robin Harmony.

Miles spent the past three seasons with Harmony at Lamar University, helping establish one of the most successful women’s basketball programs in the Southland Conference. In the 2018-19 season the Cardinals posted a 24-7 overall record, won a regular-season title and made their second-straight Women’s NIT appearance. Miles was part of a staff that led the Lady Cardinals to back-to-back-to-back national postseason tournaments over the past three seasons.

"I'm delighted that Cameron has joined our basketball family here in Charleston," Harmony said. "I've worked with him for a number of years and he's a tremendous person, a tireless worker and will prove a major asset in developing a championship program here at The College."

While with the Cardinals, Miles was responsible for the logistics of team travel, working with the academic and compliance departments to ensure student-athlete eligibility, assisting with practice plans and scouting reports, coordinating video exchanges with opponents, assisting visiting teams with practice times and other requests and serving as a liaison with other departments within athletics and on campus. He will undertake a similar role at the College of Charleston.

Miles grew up in an athletic family. His sister, Ashlan, is a current member of the Lamar University women’s basketball team, while his brother C.J., a member of the Memphis Grizzles, is in his 14th season in the NBA. His older sister, Andrea, played basketball at Rogers State.

As a student-athlete, Miles appeared in 114 games with the University of San Diego, netting a career-high 15 points against San Francisco. He graduated from USD with a degree in ethnic studies.

The native of Dallas, Texas, played high school basketball at Dallas Skyline High School, earning all-state honors as a senior as he averaged 15.5 points, 3.8 rebounds and 8.0 assists per game.

He served on the coaching staff of Heroes Elite, an AAU team in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.