Tatiana Booth was named the twelfth head coach in Cameron's volleyball programs history on December 19, 2016.
In her first season on campus, the Aggies looked like a much better team then they were a season before. The 2017 squad ranked first in the Lone Star Conference and 17th nationally in blocks per set and was fourth in the conference and 35th in DII in total blocks.
Booth spent three seasons as the head coach at Vernon College, where she compiled a 76-40 record. Her 2016 team went 27-12 and 7-5 in conference play while making an appearance in the NJCAA Region V North Volleyball Tournament. During her three seasons at VC, she helped her teams finish as one of the top junior college teams in kills and blocks, while helping each of her sophomores move on to four year institutions. She also spent a year as the VC assistant volleyball coach.
Booth was a standout volleyball player at East Central Oklahoma, where she was a two-time All-Great American Conference performer and won multiple GAC Player of the Week awards. She was also named to the GAC All-Acadmic team and is listed in the top-10 in the GAC record books in career attack percentage and postseason attack percentage. Following her senior season, Booth spent a semester at ECU's Volleyball grad assistant.
While at East Central, Booth received her bachelors degree in History and then earned her masters in Sports Administration where she graduated Summa Cum Laude.