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Camryn Bliss - Women's Soccer - Kansas Jayhawks

Camryn Bliss

Position Midfielder
Height 5-9
Class Sophomore
Hometown Lutz, Fla.
High School Freedom HS / Ole Miss



  • Appeared in 14 games while getting the start against rival Missouri
  • Notched a career-high two shots vs Colorado College (Aug. 27)
  • Transferred to Kansas with three years of eligibility remaining
  • Committed in May 2023


  • Appeared in 18 matches
  • Recorded 11 shots, including three shots on goal
  • Logged 653 minutes
  • Played a season-high 68 minutes at LSU (Oct. 27)


  • Two-time ECNL Southeastern Conference Player to Watch (2020-21)
  • Two-time ECNL Southeastern Conference PDP selection (2019-20)


  • Played four years of soccer at Freedom High School in Tampa, Florida
  • Helped her team become Hillsborough County District Champions (2022)
  • Scored 59 career goals with 46 assists
  • Holds the school record for most goals, assists and points all-time at Freedom High School
  • Hillsborough County Female Athlete of the Year (2022)
  • District 15 Class 5A Player of the Year (2022)
  • Three-time First Team All-Western Conference (2019-2022)
  • Three-time Offensive Player of the Year (2018-2021)
  • Four-time Most Valuable Player (2018-2022)
  • Two-time Leadership Award winner (2021-2022)
  • Soccer captain (2022)
  • Also played for Freedom High School’s football team, kicking extra points and kickoffs
  • Special Teams Most Valuable Player, Freedom Football (2022)


  • Daughter of Alex and Carie Bliss
  • Has two younger sisters, Cuyler and Charly, and one younger brother, Cooper
  • Her mother, Carie, played soccer at Stetson
  • Her father, Alex, was on the rowing team at Stetson
  • Chose Kansas because, “The combination of excellence as a program and university is what drew me to Kansas. The facilities and campus are incredible, and the coaching staff is so welcoming and dedicated to developing great players that go on to play professionally. The moment I stepped on campus I knew it was the place for me. I’m thrilled to be joining a team with such an amazing culture and love for the game, while receiving a great education and living in such a unique town like Lawrence. I am excited to spend the rest of my career as a Jayhawk!!”
  • Considering pursuing law school and a career in politics after soccer
  • Picked #17 because her mom wore the number when she played college soccer. Also, wore #17 in high school.
  • Majoring in political science