HARRISBURG, Penn. -- Former Sonoma State men's soccer student-athlete Cam Vickers has signed for the remainder of the season with the City Islanders of the United Soccer League. Vickers played at Sonoma State from 2008 to 2010 and ranks 2nd all-time with 31 assists.
Vickers professional career began with the Tacoma Tide of the Premier Development League (PDL) from 2008-11, making 45 appearances and scoring six goals. In 2012 he moved to the Portland Timbers U23 side, where he would score four times in 15 appearances. Vickers first appeared in the USL in 2013 with Phoenix FC scoring once in 15 appearances before returning to the PDL to play for the Dayton Dutch Lions in 2014. The forward was signed by Arizona United prior to the start of the 2015 season. Vickers struggled to find a consistent spot in the side during his time at Arizona United which led him to New Zealand to play at Lower Hutt City AFC for a short stint.
He is expected to be a valuable addition to the City Islanders attacking core. The City Islanders, who play in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, were founded in 2003. They play in the USL, the third tier of the American soccer pyramid.
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