05 Jun Curt Lamb
Head Strength and Conditioning Coach
Curt Lamb, has served as the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for Limestone College since 2005 and was named the Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Performance in 2011. During his time with the Saints, Lamb has trained 9 NCAA Division II National Champions – two individual wrestling titles, a swim individual national championship, two swim relay national titles, an indoor track & field champion, and three men’s lacrosse championships. He also has had the honor of training 30 athletes that have gone on to achieve professional contracts in the MLB, NBA, NFL, MLL and NLL.
In addition to his responsibilities with Limestone Athletics, Lamb was the first program director of the College’s Strength and Conditioning academic curriculum – a position he held until 2014. He served as the Strength and Conditioning consultant and coach for the New Zealand Men’s National Lacrosse Team for the 2010 and 2014 World Championships and In 2015, he was named the Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Charlotte Hounds of Major League Lacrosse.
Lamb serves on the Executive Committee for the Lacrosse Special Interest Group through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. The primary task of the committee is to grow the game of lacrosse by utilizing the field of strength and conditioning to further the practical and scientific development of the game.