Camden Boehner was named to the Tusculum University women’s basketball coaching staff in August 2019. She serves as a graduate assistant coach, assisting with various aspects of the Pioneer program, including shooting, guard play, scouting, and recruiting.
Boehner helped coach a very young Goldey-Beacom College squad to the CACC semifinals in 2018-2019 with an upset of the North Division No. 1 seed, Dominican College.
Playing her freshman year at Bloomsburg University, Boehner received the PSAC East Freshman of the Year honor and helped the Huskies win the PSAC East championship. She led Bloomsburg in three-point shots made with 44, while earning eight PSAC East Freshman of the Week honors.
She spent her next three years at West Chester University, two of which included PSAC East championships. Her senior team went undefeated in the PSAC East division play. Boehner graduated from WCU with a professional studies degree with dual minors in coaching and nutrition. She ended her career on the ALL-PSAC East first team and is the top free throw shooter in program history with a .843 percentage. Boehner also ranks inside the Golden Rams’ all-time top-10 in three-point field goal percentage (.345) and career three-point field goals made (115).
A highlight of her college experience included being one of 62 female student-athletes across all major divisions to be named to the 2018 WBCA "So You Want To Be A Coach" program, held at the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Final Four.
At Gettysburg High School, she scored 1,382 points, finishing third all-time and broke the single-game scoring record with 41 points. Boehner was twice named all-state and helped her teams to a Mid Penn Championship, three Division championships, and three District and PIAA State tournament appearances.
Boehner also was an AAU assistant coach for the York Thunder from 2014-17. All five starters were recruited and are pursuing collegiate basketball careers, including at the Division I level.