Cam Green

Cam Green


Cam Green

Cam Green

Cam Green

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Cam Green

Sunshine Jungle


Sunshine Torrance

coaching years

28 years and counting!

Personal wins

MPSF Tournament title and an NCAA runner up.

Team Wins

4 Open Division National Championships and numerous Top 5 finishes.

Coaching Philosophy

Brings sense of positivity, mindfulness and focus to training, strives to teach the skills to make players successful on and off the court.


About Cam

Cam Green grew up in Manhattan Beach; he attended Mira Costa High School and played on the Mustang’s CIF Championship team in 1990. In 1992 he was first team All-CIF, Ocean League MVP, and named to Volleyball Magazine’s Fab 50. He went on to play for the CSUN Matadors, leading them to the Mountain Pacific sports Federation (MPSF) Tournament title and NCAA runner-up in 1993.

From 2001 to 2008 he coached on the AVP and FIVB tours with players including Nancy Reynolds Mason, Jennifer Kessey, Rachel Wacholder, Tyra Turner, and Riley and Madison McKibben. Cam also worked with Kerri Walsh Jennings and Misty May Treanor. He was part of the USC Men’s Volleyball coaching staff for seven years. During those years the Trojans made it to the NCAA Final Four three times, including twice as runner-up in 2009 and 2012. In 2016 and 2017 Cam assisted with the team at Long Beach State and they finished third in the NCAA tournament both years. Cam took on his current role as head coach of the Mira Costa High School girls volleyball program in 2018.

He has coached club volleyball teams for the last 28 years, achieving four Open Division National Championships, as well as numerous top five finishes in both boys’ and girls’ divisions. This is Cam’s first season working the Sunshine Volleyball Club teams. He will be offering small group training sessions; with a group setting there are more drills available to maximize the training. The sessions will also teach tools designed to help the players reach their mental potential, visualization, meditation, and stress relief. Private training will also be available for those wanting one on one coaching.

Cam’s coaching philosophy has three components. First, his focus is on competition, learning to truly compete on and off the court. Athletes sometimes are not equipped with the tools and need to be taught how to deal with the pressures of competition. These lessons carry with them throughout their lives. Secondly, open and honest communication is key to a team’s success. The players need to understand not only what to do but why. Lastly, a coach must find what motivates the individual players; not everyone responds to the same motivation.

He loves seeing the smile on the face of the player when it all comes together for them; when they realize they are capable to things they never imagined.

Cam has a second passion, after volleyball; he is a new-age musician. He plays the hand pan, didgeridoo, and an array of percussion instruments. He enjoys playing percussion with The Suicide Doors DJ Rouche (Lakers) and DJ Hamx, as well as meditation and facilitating sound baths for others.

“I’ve always believed that if you put in the work,
the results will come. I don’t do things half-heartedly.
Because I know if I do, then I can expect half-hearted results.“

— Michael Jordan

Cam Green

“It doesn’t matter what you’re trying to accomplish. It’s all a matter of discipline.”
– Wilma Rudolph

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