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Cameron Swartz Joins Yellow Jackets

THE FLATS – After announcing transfer Bianca Jackson to the family, Georgia Tech women’s basketball has welcomed another transfer to its 2022-23 roster in guard Cameron Swartz, head coach Nell Fortner announced on Wednesday.

“We welcome Cameron back home to Atlanta and the Georgia Tech women’s basketball family,” commented Fortner. “Her game has consistently grown throughout her collegiate career and she has proven herself to be one of the best scorers in the ACC. We are looking forward to having her experience on the floor and helping us continue to win at the highest level.”

A 5-11 guard from Marietta, Ga., Swartz played three seasons at Boston College before deciding to return home. Tabbed the ACC Most Improved Player and an all-ACC first team member last year, Swartz started all 33 games as an Eagle and led BC offensively, averaging 16.1 points per game, placing her sixth in the Atlantic Coast Conference in scoring. Swartz averaged 31.5 minutes per game, connecting on 41.8 percent from the field, 83.6 percent from the free throw line and led BC with 60 made three-pointers.

Swartz put together a historic performance against Clemson last season, tying Boston College’s single-game school record with a career-high 39 points against the Tigers. She finished the season third in the league in free throw percentage and top 15 in field goal percentage.

In three years at Boston College, Swartz appeared in 82 games, starting 71. She averaged 12.9 points, 28.4 minutes, 4.2 rebounds and 1.8 assists per game. During the ACC Tournament last season, she surpassed 1,000-career points as an Eagle. As a junior in 2020-21, Swartz averaged 13.4 points per game and started 19 outings.

Prior to Boston College, Swartz began her collegiate career at Colorado, playing in seven games. A highly-touted high school recruit, Swartz attended Fellowship Christian and led the state of Georgia in scoring, averaging 32.1 points per game. An All-State honoree as a junior and senior, she was also tabbed a Class A1 (Private) first team selection her senior season.

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