Cameron Hill, a former Trinity men’s standout, is in his fifth season as the head coach of the Trinity Tigers women’s basketball team.
Since taking the helm in 2012, Coach Hill has amassed an overall record of 87-25 (.777), and stands at 47-10 (.825) in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC). Coach Hill's teams have advanced to the SCAC final in each of the years of his post.
Trinity captured its second conference title under Coach Hill's leadership, in the 2015-16 season. The Tigers qualified for the NCAA Playoffs for the second time, and completed their season with a No. 22 ranking by the Women's Basketball Coaches Association. Trinity posted a 22-6 overall mark, and an 11-3 record in conference play.
The Tigers won their first SCAC Championship under Coach Hill's guidance, in the 2012-13 season. Trinity finished the campaign with a 23-5 overall record (15-0 in conference play), which gave Coach Hill the most wins by a first-year Trinity head women's basketball coach. The Tigers also posted a 17-game winning streak, tying the school record. For his efforts, Coach Hill was elected SCAC Women’s Basketball Coach of the Year. Trinity also advanced to the NCAA Division III Playoffs.
Coach Hill's teams have produced two All-Americans, two SCAC Players of the Year, a SCAC Defensive Player of the Year, and a SCAC Newcomer of the Year. Ten players have earned All-SCAC accolades during Coach Hill's tenure.
Before joining the Trinity staff, Coach Hill guided Ursuline Academy of Dallas, Texas, to the 2012 Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS) Girls Basketball Class 5A Championship. He was in charge of the varsity, junior varsity, and freshman teams at Ursuline.
Coach Hill began his coaching career as an assistant men’s coach at Fordham (NY) University from 2000-2003. He was the director of player development for the University of Kentucky, from 2003-2006. The Wildcats captured the Southeastern Conference title and advanced to the NCAA Division I Elite 8 during his tenure. Coach Hill also was the assistant coach for the Seattle SuperSonics Summer League, and the head coach for the United States Basketball Academy.
He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in speech communication from Trinity in 1999. Coach Hill played for the Tigers from 1996-1999. He received All-SCAC honors in two of his three seasons with the team. Coach Hill helped lead Trinity to the 1998 SCAC Championship, garnering the Tigers first appearance in the NCAA Division Playoffs.
Coach Hill gained professional playing experience for two years in Europe, following graduation from Trinity. He played for Ulm, Germany, in the Euro League Division 2; and for Treviso, Italy, in the Nike Summer Pro League.
Coach Hill and his wife, Colleen, are the parents of two sons, Cole and Chase.