Cameron Mount
Cameron Mount

Player Profile
RS Senior

Goleta, Calif.

High School:
Dos Pueblos

Height / Weight:
6-8 / 210

Outside Hitter

2001 — Spiked a career-high of 26 kills (.435) vs. Stanford (4/21) in the five-game playoff victory at Pauley Pavilion … Spiked 22 kills (.487) vs. UCSB (1/6) and added five digs … Also recorded 21 kills (.436) with eight digs vs. UCSB (2/16) … Recorded 18 double-digit kill matches in 2001 … Hit .400 or better in 12 matches as a sophomore … Recorded eight matches with at least two aces … Earned a spot on the Director’s Honor Roll all three quarters last season.

2000 - Recorded eight double-digit kill matches...Played a key role against LMU in the MPSF semifinals...Came off the bench in Game 4 and spiked seven kills with no errors in eight attempts (.875), and added two digs and two blocks...Led the Bruins with 22 kills (.633) vs. CS Northridge (3/31), added five digs, four blocks and two aces...Also recorded his career high of 23 kills (.486) and nine digs and added three blocks vs. Penn State (1/26)...Against PSU in the NCAA semifinals, he came off the bench and spiked nine kills (.429) and added two blocks...He recorded a career high of six blocks vs. Hawaii (3/18).

High School - Three-year volleyball letterman for coach Mike Beresford at Dos Pueblos High, the same school that spawned Bruin great Doug Partie...Served as team captain in 1995 when he also earned team MVP honors...All-Channel League First-Team member in 1995 and '96, and a Third Team All-CIF honoree in 1995.

Personal - Married Britney Lauren West on June 23, 2001 … Chose UCLA for its academics and athletics...Has already finished his two-year Mormon mission… Brother Jason was a middle blocker at UC Santa Barbara from 1989-94...Sisters Colleen and Allison played volleyball at Utah and Utah State, respectively...Younger brother Allan is was a redshirt freshman on the UCLA team last season...Fourth of six children...Enjoys playing pinball and watching movies...Favorite academic class is Philosophy...Sociology major.