WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Lamar promotes Miles to assistant coach

Published 5:01 pm Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Lamar sports information

BEAUMONT – Cameron Miles, who served as director of basketball operations for the Lamar University women’s basketball team, has been promoted to assistant coach, LU head coach Robin Harmony announced Wednesday.

In his two seasons at LU, Miles has been a member of a staff that helped lead the Cardinals to a Southland Conference regular-season championship this past season and to a berth in a national postseason tournament both years. This past season, LU was 22-8 overall and 17-1 in Southland Conference play, as LU won the Southland title outright for the first time in program history.

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“I am happy that Cam will remain at Lamar University,” Harmony said. “He knows our system, he is a hard worker and he is loyal. In addition, the student-athletes like and respect him.”

Miles, who played four seasons for the University of San Diego while earning a bachelor’s degree in ethnic studies, was an all-state player in high school at Dallas Skyline. Miles recently earned his master’s degree in criminal justice from Lamar University.

Miles comes from a family with an impressive athletic background. His brother C.J., a member of the Toronto Raptors, is in his 13th season in the NBA. His sister Andrea, played basketball at Rogers State after originally attending Alabama State on a volleyball scholarship. His sister Ashlan is a member of the LU women’s basketball team.