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Bryan Camacho
Bryan  Camacho

Assistant Coach

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Jeff Cammon Fills First Coaching Staff

Cammon has hired three assistants and a Director of Basketball Operations to complete his staff.

Bryan Camacho joins the Long Beach State coaching staff as an assistant coach for the 2017-18 season.

His hiring marks the third time that Camacho will coach in the collegiate ranks, after spending nearly 20 years as a coach and administrator at the high school level.

Most recently, Camacho has spent the last six seasons as the girls’ basketball head coach at Bishop Alemany High School in Mission Hills, where he compiled a 165-44 overall record while leading the team to six straight CIF Tournament appearances as well as five Mission League titles.

In 2013, Camacho led the Warriors to the CIF Division III championship, and the next season, reached the Southern Region championship game in CIF Division I.

Prior to his time at Bishop Alemany, Camacho served as an assistant women’s basketball coach at CSUN. While in Northridge, Camacho was responsible for team training, scouting recruiting, fundraising, budget maintenance, video exchange and conditioning and strength training.

Camacho previously worked at Bellarmine-Jefferson High School in Burbank as girls’ basketball head coach where he compiled a head coaching record of 185-51. Under his tutelage, Bellarmine-Jefferson made a 2010 California State Tournament appearance and won the Santa Cruz League Championship on three separate occasions (2008, 2009, and 2010).

At the helm of Bellarmine-Jefferson, Camacho was named Burbank Leader and Glendale New Press Coach of the Year in 2007, 2009 and 2010. He was also selected as Los Angeles Times and Daily News Coach of the Year in 2009 after his team won the 2009 California State Division V Championship and the CIF Division V-A Southern Section Championship.

In his early years at Bellarmine-Jefferson, Camacho’s teams made appearances in the 2004 CIF Division IV-A Final Four and the 2003 CIF Division IV-S Southern Section Finals.

In addition, Camacho also has experience coaching on the men’s side as he has served as an assistant coach at the University of Great Falls-Montana and Chaminade College Preparatory.

Camacho earned an Associate’s Degree in social science from College of the Canyons in 1994 and went on to graduate from UCLA with a Bachelor’s Degree in history in 1996.

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