The 2018-2019 season will be Cameron's fifth season at College of St. Joseph and his first full season as Head Coach. Coach Curler works with the Saints in all aspects of offense and defense. The Saints won back-to-back USCAA National Championships in 2016 and 2017. In 2016, the team produced a 52-11 record and .325 team batting average. In 2017, CSJ led the nation in fielding percentage. The 2018 season saw the Saints play more than 20 games against NAIA Top 20 opponents. Over Coach Curler's four years with CSJ, the Saints have accumulated 133 wins and 12 individuals have earned All-American honors.
Prior to CSJ, Curler coached at Adirondack Community College. He has spent the 2017 and 2018 seasons as the Head Coach and Field Manager for the Glens Falls Dragons in the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League. Curler has previously served as a head coach in the Central Florida Summer League, and as the baseball director at Camp Lenox in Lee, Mass.
As a player, Curler started at shortstop for four years as a member of what was the winningest team in Castleton University history. He achieved All-Academic honors, majoring in Mathematics and minoring in Coaching. Curler also earned his Master of Education from College of St. Joseph. He has served as a Learning Specialist and Assistant Athletic Director at CSJ. He was promoted to the Athletic Director position in May of 2018 and is a native of Vergennes, Vt.