|High School:||Knox Grammar School|
Junior year (2016-17): Green was named to the All-Southern Conference first team for singles after posting a 14-9 overall record and 6-1 league mark, playing primarily at flight two. He won seven of eight singles matches early on in the season, picking up wins over San Francisco, Elon, Loyola Marymount, Army, Erskine, Presbyterian, and Liberty. Green scored four-straight SoCon victories, capturing wins versus Samford, The Citadel, Wofford, and Chattanooga, and closed out the league regular season with a 6-2, 6-4 win over UNC Greensboro and a hard-fought 7-6, 4-6, 7-6(2) victory versus Mercer. Green teamed with Alex Steryous in doubles, playing mostly at flight two. The Paladin duo notched a 12-10 overall record and 3-4 mark in SoCon play. Green and Steryous defeated Mercer, 7-6, then beat #35 Georgia State, 6-3, to close out the regular season before scoring a 6-4 SoCon Tournament victory versus Mercer. Green was named to the Southern Conference Academic Honor Roll.
Sophomore year (2015-16): Green was named to the All-Southern Conference first team for singles and combined with Alex Steryous to capture All-Southern Conference second team honors for doubles. In singles, Green posted a 15-9 overall record and a perfect 7-0 league mark, paying in the top half of the lineup, primarily at flights two and three. He won 10 of 11 matches mid-season, beginning with a 7-6, 6-2 win over Chattanooga and ending with a 6-4, 7-6(5) victory versus Samford in the semifinals of the Southern Conference Tournament. He posted a 12-12 overall doubles record and 5-2 league mark, playing mostly at flight two. Green and Alex Steryous put together a six-match winning streak in March, beating USC Upstate, UC Irvine, Gonazaga, Chattanooga, the Citadel, and UCF. The Paladin duo scored SoCon Tournament victories over UNCG and Samford.
Freshman year (2014-15): Green was selected to the Southern Conference All-Freshman Team and teamed with Alex Steryous to garner All-Southern Conference accolades at flight one doubles. Green posted a 10-8 overall singles record and 4-2 conference mark, playing primarily at flight three. He opened the season with a 3-6, 6-4, 1-0 (10-6) win at #27 South Carolina at flight five then moved up to flight three recorded consecutive wins over #67 UCF (2-6, 6-3, 6-4) and #69 North Florida (6-3, 6-2). Green notched league victories over Chattanooga, Samford, UNCG, and Wofford. In doubles, Green and Steryous tallied a 15-3 overall record and 5-2 league mark, playing mostly at flight two. The Paladin duo recorded four wins over ranked competition: #54 Princeton, #67 UCF, #62 Troy, and #20 USF then opened conference play by winning four of their first five matches. Green and Steryous defeated Chattanooga, 8-1, in the opening round of the Southern Conference Tournament then beat ETSU, 8-6, in the SoCon Championship match.
Prep/Personal: Cameron Green, who ranked No. 115 nationally in the Australia men's rankings, played under coach Ben Higgins at Knox Grammar School. He was the top ranked player in his age group in New South Wales and won the U18 New South Wales championship. Green helped his team to a second-place finish in the Australian Schools Competition after winning three straight association championships. Cameron Charles Green was born on April 22, 1996, in Durban, South Africa, to Lisa and Warren Green. Both of his parents played professional tennis, with his mom competing at Wimbledon and at the French Open and his father competing in the French Open and the U.S. Open. He is undecided on his major.