Cami Koski joined the Houston Soccer staff after spending four years as a player on the Houston Soccer team.
Koski was a four-year starter for the Cougars, setting programs records in goals against average and saves. Koski still holds the program record for games played, games started, goals against average, and shutouts to name a few.
The 2013 American Athletic Conference Goalkeeper of the year currently works alongside assistant coach Blair Quinn, primarily coaching the goalkeeping personnell.
Koski is a native of Missouri City, Texas and resides in Houston.
2013 (Senior): Named American Athletic Conference Goalkeeper of the Year and First Team All-Conference... Finished with an 8.18 save per game average... Tallied 90 saves in just 11 games... Was sidelined with an injury during five games... Started eight games in goal... Finished with an .818 save percentage... Tallied two shutouts... Notched a single-game program best 17 saves at Cal State Northridge (Sept. 6)... Had three games with 10+ saves with 12 at UConn (Sept. 29), 10 vs. Cincinnati (Oct. 3)... Logged 901 minutes in goal... Finished as the program's leader in goalie minutes played (5,525), games started (55), games played (63), goals against average (1.22), ties (9), shutouts (17), and second in saves (299), wins (19) and save percentage (.799)
2012 (Junior): Saw action in 18 matches for the Cougars... Posted 89 saves and a 1.34 goals against average... Saved 78 percent of the shots on goal she faced in 2012... Registered four shutouts... Racked up a career-high 13 saves against UCF... Harnessed her 15th career shutout, to lead the program, in the 3-0 win over UTEP
2011 (Sophomore): Appeared in 14 games in goal for the Cougars in 2011, making 10 starts... Compiled 56 saves and a 1.42 goals against average... Saved 77 percent of the shots on goal she faced in 2011 ... Helped the Cougars pitch three shutouts... Her three shutouts came in a span of three consecutive games (Texas Southern, Houston Baptist and Louisiana-Lafayette)... Had one save in 46 minutes in her first shutout of the season against Texas Southern (Sept. 9)... Racked up seven saves in her second shutout in the game against Houston Baptist (Sept. 14)... Helped the team shutout Louisiana-Lafayette 2-0 on Sept. 16)... Had a season high nine saves in the ECU game (Oct. 23.)
2010 (Redshirt Freshman): Set Houston program records in goals against average (0.64) and wins (11)... Led the conference in shutouts (8)... Earned the win and the shutout in her first career start against Louisiana-Lafayette (Aug. 27), blocking three shots... Stopped three shots in the shutout win against McNeese State (Aug. 29)... Came in for relief in the second half of the 7-0 victory over Texas Southern (Sept. 12) making two saves in the effort... Earned the win and the shutout against SMU (Sept. 24), blocking three shots... Earned the win and shutout in an overtime effort against Tulsa (Sept. 26), blocking two shots... Earned an overtime shutout victory by blocking six shots against Colorado College (Oct. 1)... Picked up the win and shutout by blocking five shots in a 2-0 win over UTEP (Oct. 3)... Helped Houston settle with a 1-1 tie against Southern Miss by making four saves throughout the game, including two saves during the overtime periods (Oct. 10)... Made the save against ECU to earn Houston's 2-1 victory (Oct. 15)... Saved three goals in the 2-0 win against Marshall (Oct. 17)