Cameron Stober is no stranger to Tigerville and North Greenville University, having earned two degrees from the university, completing his Sport Management degree in 2008 followed by his Master’s in Business Administration in 2012. Stober has worked with North Greenville University athletics since stepping on campus during his freshman year, and was a member of the school’s cross country team.
His experience goes beyond the trail though, having worked with the athletic department since his freshman year. First as a work-study, then with stints as an intern and as a graduate assistant with NGU athletic ops. His initial experience as a collegiate level coach was in 2012 as he began working with NGU’s track and field athletes during the inaugural season as a graduate assistant.
Coach Stober was hired as a full-time coach in January of 2014, taking over the cross-country program while assisting with the track and field teams. Stober officially assumed the position of head track and field coach in 2016.
Stober has helped lead several runners and athletes to post season success including Ahmad Nesbitt, JJ Sherman, Terry Davis, and Devin Wanamaker. Nesbitt earned individual championships, winning the Conference Carolinas title as well as the Southeast Division II cross country championship. Nesbitt also earned a spot in the National Championship race during the 2014 post season.
JJ Sherman earned a 4th place finish at the National Indoor Championship as well was a First Team All-American nod for his performance in the 60-meter dash in 2017. Terry Davis was a three-time NCAA Division II National Championship competitor in the triple jump, and Devin Wannamaker also earned a spot in an Indoor National Championship meet for the 60 meter dash. The NGU women’s cross country team also has had success under Stober, turning in the program’s highest Conference Carolinas Championship finish with a 3rd place posting in 2016.
Born and raised in Spartanburg, SC, Stober is an alumni of Dorman High School. He is the son of Randy Stober and Cindy Gregory, and his grandfather, Duane “Doc” Stober, served as the track and field coach at Wofford College in the 1970’s. Coach Cameron Stober currently resides in Inman, South Carolina.