Cameron Tucker signed a two-year deal with a third year option with Gotham FC of the National Women’s Soccer League in December 2021.
Prior to signing, she was named to the 2021 Women’s College Cup All-Tournament team.
Tucker helped her Brigham Young University team to a national championship title game for the first time in BYU history. She had been named West Coast Conference Player of the Week five times throughout her career.
Her performance during the 2021 season earned her the ranking of No. 11 best women’s college soccer player by Top Drawer Soccer. She also had multiple NCAA and conference honors including Third Team All-American, NCAA West All-Region Team and All-WCC First Team. Tucker made five game-winning goals in 2021, including a game-winner against No. 1 seeded Virginia to advance the Cougars to the Elite 8 for the fourth time in school history.
Prior to BYU, Tucker was voted the National Soccer Coaches Association of America's Utah Player of the Year in 2016 in addition to being named to the NSCAA All-American Team.
She is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.