42   Cameron Stingily
Cameron Stingily

RS Senior

Romeoville, IL

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 235





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The Huskies at MAC Football Media Day 2014

NIU Head Coach Rod Carey, CB Paris Logan and TB Cameron Stingily represented the Huskies at Ford Field in Detroit.

2013: Second on the team and seventh in the MAC in rushing with 1035 yards on 180 carries, averaging 91.5 yards per game...Rushed for 49 yards against Western Michigan (11-26)...Averaged 8.1 yards per carry on his way to 146 yards at Toledo (11-20)...Named MAC West Offensive Player of the Week after rushing for a career high 266 yards on 37 carries, also a career high, and scored two touchdowns at Kent State (10-5)...Accounted for 58 yards on eight carries and scored a touchdown in NIU's 63-19 win at UMass (11/2)...His 266 yards against the Golden Flashes was the most by a Huskie running back since 2006...Rushed for 134 yards on 21 carries and scored a pair of touchdowns vs. Eastern Illinois (9-21)...Gained 80 yards and scored a touchdown on 21 carries versus Akron (10/12)...Tallied 72 yards on 15 carries at Purdue (9-28)...Rushed for 62 yards on 13 career at Idaho (9-14) in his first career start...Scored his first career touchdown on a two-yard run against the Vandals...Made his first career appearance at tailback at Iowa (8-31), rushing for 42 yards on 12 carries...Carried the ball 14 times for 70 yards and a touchdown at Central Michigan (10/19).

2012: Played in four games for the Huskies on special teams after moving to running back during the offseason. Made a solo tackle on NIU's punt unit against UT Martin (9-8). Gained five yards on his first career rushing attempt against UMass (11-3).

2011: Redshirted.

2010: Saw action in five games on Huskie special teams and tallied a pair of solo stops on the season. Earned his first playing time at Illinois (9-18) where he made his first career tackle. Played in consecutive home games against Temple (10-9), Buffalo (10-16) and Central Michigan (10-23) and came up with a second solo stop versus CMU. Injured his Achilles in a non-football accident and missed the remainder of the season.

High School: Honorable mention IHSFCA 6A All-State player at running back and linebacker for Romeoville High as a senior. Was a second team All-State selection by the Chicago Tribune. Earned first team all-area and all-conference honors as a running back in 2009 and at linebacker as a junior. Named the Spartans' offensive MVP for 2009 and was the defensive MVP in 2008. Team captain both years. Made 47 tackles in nine games as a senior to average 5.2 tackles per game. Caused one fumble and blocked a field goal. Gained 1,007 yards on 147 carries to average 6.85 yards per tote. Scored 13 rushing touchdowns and had a run of at least 44 yards in five different games. As a junior, made 58 tackles with three quarterback sacks and 10 tackles for loss. Caused three fumbles. Romeoville went 5-4 his senior season. Also participated in wrestling.

Personal: Born Oct. 5, 1991 in Romeoville, Ill. Son of Sandra and Byron Stingily. His older brother, Byron, played offensive line at Louisville and was drafted by the Tennessee Titans. A sociology major.


Rusing Attempts: 37, at Kent State, 10-5-13
Rushing Yards: 266, at Kent State, 10-5-13
Rushing Touchdowns: 2, twice, last at Kent State, 10-5-13
Long Rush:46, vs. Eastern Illinois, 9-21-13