Camen Gray from Morgan UT has signed once again to play for the Mustangs of Western Wyoming Community College Men's Soccer team.
Camen joined the WWCC soccer team in January of 2016 after serving a 2 year LDS church mission to Eastern Europe (Albania). Camen is a 2013 graduate from Morgan High School in Morgan Utah. Camen played for the Trojans of MHS on both the soccer and basketball teams.
Camen was a great addition to the 2016 Mustang team seeing most of his time from off of the bench mainly as a forward. Gray also saw time as an outside mid and an outside back. During his freshman campaign Camen had 3 Shots, 2 Fouls and 24 Halves Played.
The spring season of 2017 brought a position change for Camen. After much consideration of his skills and the team's needs Camen was asked to be a center back for the spring team. Gray did an exceptional job for the spring team, he played almost every minute of every scrimmage as a center back. He showed great athleticism, speed and poise. His height and willingness to win balls in the air are both positives as he was becoming a true center back. Camen along with the rest of the WWCC back line played very well throughout the spring and especially during the last full scrimmage versus the UVU club team in Orem UT. Camen was part of the defense that earned a shutout on that day.
Camen is an Accounting Major at Western Wyoming Community College. He plans on graduating from WWCC in December of 2017. Camen was married in May of 2017 and he and his wife plan on continuing their education at another school soon after he graduates. Camen has always been a good student, finding himself on the Presidential Honor Roll before while continuing to maintain an overall GPA that his well above 3.0.
As we are approaching the Fall 2017 season the expectations of Camen and the rest of the Mustangs are very high. Gray should see a lot of playing time in the fall as he competes with the other center backs (Jack Stout, Matthew Ochoa and Karson Liddell) on the roster for a starting role and playing time. Good luck to Camen as he keeps learning the role of a center back while completing his Associates Degree this fall.