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  Bryan Camacho

Bryan Camacho

Player Profile

Assistant Coach

1st Season

Alma Mater:
UCLA, 1996

Bryan Camacho joined the Matadors women's basketball staff as an assistant coach prior to the start of the 2010-11 season.

Camacho hails from Bellarmine-Jefferson High School in Burbank (CA) where he was the highly successful head coach of both the girls and boys teams in addition to serving as the school's athletic director. As the girls head coach (2000-04, 2006-10), Camacho coached Bell-Jeff to a 185-51 record. During the last four seasons, Bell-Jeff chalked up an impressive 104-22 mark including the 2009 California state championship. His coaching mark from 2000-04 was an impressive 81-29.

In addition to winning the 2009 California state title, during Camacho's two stints as head coach, his teams won three Santa Cruz Conference championships (2007-08, 2008-09, 2009-10), earned two trips to the California State Tournament (2008-09, 2009-10), captured the 2009 CIF Division V-A Southern Section Championship, and earned a trip to the 2004 CIF Division IV-A Final Four and the 2003 CIF Division IV-A Southern Section finals.

Following the 2003-04 season at Bell-Jeff, Camacho began his tenure as a collegiate coach at the University of Great Falls-Montana. Camacho was responsible for a multitude of duties. Besides coaching, Camacho's duties included scouting, recruiting, fund raising, and strength and conditioning.

Camacho also served as the school's Athletic Director, teacher and assistant boys basketball coach at Bellarmine-Jefferson HS. Like Flowers, Camacho graduated from UCLA, earning his degree in History in 1996. Camacho added his Masters degree in Athletic Administration and Coaching from Concordia University in Irvine.

Following graduation from UCLA, Camacho began his coaching career as an assistant boy's basketball coach at Chaminade College Prepatory in West Hills (Ca) where he helped the program chalk up a 48-9 record, earn a trip to the 1997 CIF III Southern Section Final Four, and capture the 1998 CIF Division III Southern Section championship.