Cameron Dollar

Cameron Dollar (born December 9, 1975)

Teams coached: Seattle Redhawks
Seattle record: 107-138 (.437)
Overall record^: 107-138 (.437)

Career Accomplishments:

  • NCAA National Championships:  0
  • NCAA Tournament Appearances:  0
  • NIT Championships:  0
  • NIT Appearances:  0
  • CBI Appearances:  2  (2015, 2016)

Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2017-2021 Washington (asst)
2009-2017 Seattle
2002-2009 Washington (asst)
1999-2002 Saint Louis (asst)
1999 Georgia (asst)
1998-1999 Southern California College
1997-1998 UC Irvine (asst)

Cameron Dollar Facts

  • Cameron Dollar
  • Born December 9, 1975
  • Hometown: Atlanta, Georgia
  • Alma Mater: University of California, Los Angeles (BA, 1997)
  • The Atlanta-native played at a prep school in Maryland and was recruited to play at UCLA by then-assistant Mark Gottfried
    • His father, Donald, was a longtime HS coach in Atlanta; Dollar later hired his father to be one of his assistants at Seattle
    • Played for Jim Harrick and was on the 1995 NCAA title team, playing a huge role in the title game against Arkansas
    • As a senior, Dollar played for new head coach Steve Lavin (whom had previously been an assistant there for five seasons)
  • After graduating in 1997, Dollar served as an assistant under head coach Pat Douglass for one season at UC Irvine
  • Became the youngest head coach in college basketball in 1998 when he was hired to lead NAIA Southern California College (now Vanguard University) in Costa Mesa, CA; went 11-22 in one season there
  • Was part-time on Harrick’s staff at Georgia for three months in 1999 before joining Lorenzo Romar at SLU as a full assistant
    • Spent three seasons there and then followed Romar to Washington in 2002, where he worked for the next seven seasons
  • Hired as the head coach at Seattle in 2009, as the program was transitioning back into D-I after many years at the D-II level
    • Won 107 games in eight seasons at Seattle, including back-to-back trips to the CBI in 2015 and 2016
    • Fired from his position in March 2017 following a 13-17 season, the sixth losing season for the team in eight years
  • Returned to Washington later that month and spent the next four seasons as the lead assistant there under Mike Hopkins
  • Along with his wife, Maureen, has three children

Cameron Dollar Coaching Tree

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^ overall record includes head coaching positions at both the NCAA Division I level only