|Title:||Assistant Coach - Goalkeepers|
New head men's soccer coach Stu Riddle began to build his new staff in his first week on campus, announcing the addition of Cody Camp as the goalkeepers coach for UB. Camp was a former player under Riddle at Western Michigan before an injury led him to a new career as a coach. He joined the Bronco's staff in 2011 as a student assistant.
"I'm delighted that Cody has chosen to join me on staff," coach Riddle said. "His mentoring and training of the goalkeepers at Western Michigan was exceptional and I have no doubt that the current players will flourish under his tutelage"
For his career between the pipes, Camp made four starts as a freshman in 2009, and started in two games in 2010 before his injury. He then moved to the coaching staff for the 2011 season, when the team made a run to the Mid-American Conference final after beating the defending national champion Akron in the semifinal round. Camp's second season as an assistant was one of equal success for the team's defense, as the cumulative goals-against average of the team dropped precipitously from 1.77 in 2011 to just 0.91 as the team won 11 games.
As a high school goalie, Camp was named Northern Indiana Player of the Year senior year after leading Mishawaka Marian to the state title game. He also earned first team All-Northern Indiana Conference, first team all-district and all-state honors as a senior. In the season before, as a junior, he set the school record with 13 shutouts and was named second team All-NIC and second team all-district.
The son of Craig and Beth Camp, Cody's younger brother Connor is currently a goalkeeper for Western Michigan.