Senior Year (2014): Led the NCAA in points per game (2.00), goals (15) and goals per game (0.88) and was second in points with 34, playing in five fewer games than the leader ... the 2014 Ivy League Offensive Player of the Year, the ECAC Player of the Year and the Soccer News Net Fan Player of the Year ... unanimous first-team All-Ivy League selection and NSCAA first-team all-region selection ... twice named the Ivy League Player of the Week ... earned two national Player of the Week honors this season ... named CoSIDA second-team academic All-America and NSCAA Scholar All-America ... led the league and team in scoring with 34 points in 15 goals and four assists ... started in all 17 games ... scored a goal in 12 of Princeton's 17 games ... had the game-winning goals against Loyola, Harvard, American and Yale ... was 6-for-6 in penalty kicks ... ... scored in the season opener at FDU on Sept. 5 ... scored twice in a 5-4 win at Seton Hall on Sept. 14 ... tallied the team's lone goal vs. No. 13 Georgetown ... assisted on both goals in a 2-0 shutout of Bunghamton on Sept. 27 ... scored a penalty kick against Dartmouth on Oct. 4 ... had a five-point game against Rutgers on Oct. 7 with two goals and one assist ... tallied penalty kicks in wins over Brown and Loyola on Oct. 11 & Oct. 14 ... scored twice, including the game winner vs. Harvard on Oct. 25 ... tallied a solitary goal in the last four games of the season, vs. Cornell, American, Penn and Yale - all Princeton wins.
Porter caps his career with 75 points on 31 goals and 13 assists in 67 games. He ranks fourth all-time in points at Princeton with 75, is fourth in goals with 31 and is 12th in assists with 13.
Porter signed an MLS contract with the Montreal Impact this year and became an instant success with the organization. In his professional debut he scored the dramatic stoppage-time goal to send Montreal to the CONCACAF champions league semifinal before suffering a season-ending injury two weeks later.
• Ivy League Offensive Player of the Year
• First-Team All-Ivy League (unanimous)
• NSCAA First-Team All-Region
• ECAC Offensive Player of the Year
• Soccer News Net College Boot Supporter's Choice Award for Player of the Year
• NCAA Scoring Leader Award
• NSCAA Scholar ALl-America
• Academic All-Ivy League
• CoSIDA/Capital One Second-Team Academic All-America
• 2x Ivy League Player of the Week
• 2x national Player of the Week
Junior Year (2013): Unanimous first-team All-Ivy League selection ...led the Ivy League in scoring with 21 points on a league-best nine goals and three assists ... also led the league in scoring in conference games with 13 points on six goals and one assist ... only player in the league to be named Player of the Week twice this season ... played in all 17 games and started in 16 ... converted a penalty kick at Rutgers on Sept. 13 ... had a career-high six point game against Florida International with a hand in all four Princeton goals, scoring two and assisting on two ... he is the first player to score six points in a game since 2009, when MLS player Antoine Hoppenot had six against Yale ... named the Ivy League Player of the Week on Sept. 30 and ECAC co-Player of the Week on Oct. 2 after that performance ... scored the game-winning goal at Dartmouth on Oct. 5 ...earned his second consecutive Ivy League Player of the Week honor on Oct. 7 ... assisted on the game winner vs. Columbia on Oct. 19 ... had another penalty kick at Harvard on Oct. 26 ... scored the team's first goal in a 2-1 win against Cornell ... tallied the team's goal at Penn on Nov. 8 ... scored two of Princeton's three goals in a 3-2 victory over Yale in the season finale ... earned Academic All-Ivy League honors.
• 2013 First-Team All-Ivy League
• 2013 Academic All-Ivy
• 2x Ivy League Player of the Week
• ECAC Player of the Week (Nov. 2)
Sophomore Year (2012): Named second-team All-Ivy League ... appeared and started in all 16 games ... finished third on the team in scoring with two goals and four assists for eight points ... assisted on Princeton's goal in a 1-0 win over Villanova on Sept. 16 ... scored the game-winning goal and assisted on the other goal in a 2-1 win over Dartmouth on Sept. 29 ... tallied the game-tying goal in a 1-1 tie with No. 19 Brown on Oct. 6 ... earned an assist in a 3-2 overtime loss to No. 24 Creighton on Oct. 9 ... assisted on the game winner against Penn on Nov. 3 ... finished the season with 17 shots on goal and 40 total shots.
• 2012 Second-Team All-Ivy League
Freshman Year (2011): Played in all 17 games and made 13 starts ... finished second on the team in scoring with 12 points on five goals and two assists ... made his first start in the team's first game at College of Charleston ... scored his first goal versus Fairleigh Dickinson on Sept. 9 ... scored both of the team's goals against St. John's ... named the Ivy League Rookie of the Week on Oct. 2 after erasing a two-goal deficit against No. 15 St. John's by scoring twice in the second half ... earned his first assist in a 7-3 win over Seton Hall on Oct. 4 ... had a goal and an assist in a 3-2 win at Harvard on Oct. 22 ... scored in a 2-0 shutout over Lehigh on Nov. 1 ... had five goals on seven shots on goal, and had 17 total shots.
• Ivy League Rookie of the Week Oct. 2
Before Princeton: Fnished his career at Miami Valley School with 98 goals and 36 assists ... a three-time first-team all-conference selection and two-time all-state pick ... twice the Conference Player of the Year ... tallied 39 goals and 17 assists as a senior ... earned all-area and all-district honors in 2010 ... captured the Award for Academic Excellence by Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association ... captain of the Cincinnati United Premier team ....Cincinnati won the state championship in 2010 ... a member of the Region II ODP team.
Personal: Full name is Cameron Bernard Porter ... born May 23, 1993 ... parents are Jim Porter and Debbie Spiegel.
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