WCC Player of the Week (Oct. 15, 2012)
2010 All-WCC Freshman Team
JUNIOR (2012): Scored one of the biggest goals of the season, an overtime game-winner at Portland (Oct. 12) ... was named the West Coast Conference Player of the Week following that weekend sweep in the Northwest, as SCU went on to defeat Gonzaga (Oct. 14) ... started in 17 of the Broncos 19 matches and played in all 19 ... helped SCU post an 11-6-2 overall record and an 8-2-2 mark in WCC play ... totaled a season-high three shots at Stanford (Sept. 16).
SOPHOMORE (2011): Played in all 20 games, one of just three Broncos to do so ... averaged 33 minutes per game, playing in the front line ... started in each of the team's 14 games to begin the season, helping Santa Clara go 6-1-3 to open the year and earn a national ranking of No. 18 ... played a season-high 74 minutes and matched a career-high with three shots at San Jose State (Sept. 22) ... also totaled three shots against Nebraska-Omaha (Sept. 9) and San Diego (Oct. 30) ... did not score but totaled 21 shots during the course of the season.
FRESHMAN (2010): One of just four Broncos to start in all 21 games, playing a key position in the Bronco attack ... named to the All-WCC Freshman Team ... totaled 24 shots, which ranked third on the team ... scored three goals which tied for fourth among team leaders in that category ... put eight shots on goal and scored two game-winners ... scored his first collegiate goal at Sacramento State (Sept. 26), helping SCU tie that game 1-1 ... essential part of helping SCU go unbeaten in 12 straight games from Sept. 19 through Nov. 5 ... assisted in a goal during a 2-1 victory at St. Mary's (Oct. 10) ... scored the game-winner at USF (Oct. 22) ... had a season-high four shots two different times, vs. LMU (Oct. 15) and vs. Gonzaga (Nov. 14) ... the victory against Gonzaga (Nov. 14), in which he scored his third goal, gave SCU the WCC title ... played 59 minutes in the Broncos NCAA tournament match at Sacramento State (Nov. 18).
AT LYNNBRROK: Played with the U.S. Soccer Development Academy’s De Anza Force SC … coached by Santa Clara coaches while with De Anza … USL Super-Y League player … TopDrawerSoccer.com 2010 `Player to Watch.’
PERSONAL DATA: Born in Yokohama, Japan ... parents are Kenji and Izumi Kameya ... has one older brother Takahide - who also plays soccer for the Broncos ... He will be majoring in Economics.