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In high school, Camille was named Associated Press NC Player of the Year and NC Miss Basketball (Class 3A; 2003). Camille was also awarded State Player of the Year by the Charlotte Observer and NC Gatorade Player of the Year (2002 and 2003). In 2001, Camille shared AP Player of the Year honors at Carver High School and helped her team finish with a 30-0 record and State Championship. Camille is a three-time All-State Selection and averaged 20.2 points and 11.1 rebounds per game during her senior year. She holds the record of 2,168 career points during her high school career, was a McDonalds High School All-American, and played in the 2002 USA Basketball Youth Development Festival. Camille was also named Piedmont Triad All-Conference, four years in a row, and Piedmont Triad Conference Player of the Year, three years in a row.
As a former student-athlete at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Camille graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in interpersonal communications. Camille was a four-time All-ACC selection, and she finished her college career with over 1,700 points, 800 rebounds, 250 assists, and 250 steals. As a senior, Camille averaged 13.7 points and 5.9 rebounds per game along with 99 steals to help the Tar Heels reach the Final Four. Camille is ranked among the top 20 all-time scorers at UNC and was named Honorable Mention All-American by the Associated Press following her junior year. She averaged 11.7 points and 5.5 rebounds as a junior. As a sophomore, Camille averaged 13.3 points and 8.0 rebounds in the ACC tournament, including a 23-point game against Duke in the finals. In 2004, she was named ACC Rookie of the Year and was the only freshman selected as a finalist for Kodak All-American honor. Camille became the first Tar Heel to be named first-team All-ACC as a freshman.
Camille was drafted 17th, to the San Antonio Silver Stars, in the 2007 WNBA draft. In 2008, Camille was traded from the Atlanta Dream to the Seattle Storm, and in 2010, she became a WNBA champion with the Seattle Storm. Camille was traded to the Connecticut Sun in 2015 and was acquired by trade to the Phoenix Mercury in 2017. Camille is one of three active players in the WNBA with 1,500 career rebounds and over 150 made three-pointers (sharing honors with Diana Taurasi and Candace Parker).
Following the 2007 WNBA season, Camille's international career began and led her to multiple teams in Israel (2015 Israel League champion) and Turkey. Camille seized promising opportunities to play in Limassol, Cyprus, numerous teams in China, as well as achieving successful seasons in Ragusa, Sicily (2016 Cup champion), Lebanon (2017 Arab Cup champion), Montpelier, France, and Venice, Italy (2018 Euro Cup runner-up).
In Early March 2022, Camille was named the Head Coach of Women's Basketball at Paul Quinn College in Dallas, Texas. In this position Camille hopes to continue her legacy and help develop young athletes on and off the court!