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Cameron Fertenbaugh is in his first season as a volunteer assistant coach with the Penn State women’s soccer program in 2017. Prior to joining the Penn State women’s soccer program, Fertenbaugh coached in Central Pennsylvania with soccer programs at a variety of levels.
He had worked at the youth level with Keystone FC from 2015-17 as both a head coach and as the goalkeeping technical director. While at Keystone FC, he helped to grow the club’s goalkeeping program, as well as the club as a whole.
Fertenbaugh has also worked with the Region 1 Olympic Development Program (ODP). With Region 1 ODP, he helped identify and train goalkeepers on their way to regional and national events.
During the summer of 2017, Fertenbaugh joined the Lancaster Inferno coaching staff. Lancaster Inferno is a pro-am women’s team, helping to keep high-level college players and international pros prepared prior to their seasons. With the Inferno, he worked primarily with the goalkeepers.
Before making the decision to join the Penn State women's soccer coaching staff, Fertenbaugh was slated to work at York College with the women’s soccer program as an assistant coach.
A native of Harrisburg, Pa., Fertenbaugh graduated from Penn State with a B.S. in economics in 2012.