Founder and CEO of 3d Lacrosse, Inc., Jamie Munro has coached every level of lacrosse from Youth to the Pros. Munro is currently an Assistant Coach for the Boston Cannons of Major League Lacrosse,and was the Head Coach at the University of Denver for 11 years, creating a top 15 team in the west. Munro began his career in Division I lacrosse as the Assistant Coach at Yale University from 1991-1998. After graduating from Brown University in 1989 where he was an All-American and a 3x All-Ivy player, Munro coached one season at Colorado College after a stint at playing and coaching in Perth, Australia.Munro’s playing career continued into the ‘90s professionally with the Boston Blazers of the MILL (Currently the NLL) and was a Club All-Star Selection in 1994. Since 2010, Munro has served as an analyst for ESPNU Lacrosse broadcasts as well as a contributor to Inside Lacrosse and Insidelacrosse.com.
The creator of the “Box / Field Hybrid Development System,” Munro has combined the best practices of Field Lacrosse and Box Lacrosse to create the most potent methodology in the world. His System originates from the principle that when space is reduced it speeds up the game and produces an environment where quicker decisions have to be made. The integration of these concepts was one reason why DU Lacrosse became known as one of the most athletic teams in the nation.
Building a program at Denver began in 1998 when the University decided to move to Division I. Finishing his career with a 91-70 record, Munro is the winningest coach in program history. Great Western Lacrosse League Coach of the Year in 2006 and 2000, Munro led the Pioneers to two NCAA Tourney berths and three top 20 finishes. Further, Munro’s recruiting classes ranked in the top 10 three times.
From 1991-1998, Munro was the lead Assistant Coach and Offensive Coordinator at Yale. He designed an attack that helped the team achieve five Top 20 national rankings and reach the NCAA quarterfinals in 1992. In his last year he assumed the Defensive Coordinator role and the squad yielded 9.1 goals per game and ranked among the nation’s Top 10 teams in scoring defense. Munro also developed critical experience as the recruiting coordinator, handling all scouting and evaluating of high school prospects.
Munro was a four-year member of the Brown University Men’s Lacrosse team. He garnered All-Ivy league honors from 1987-1989 and capped his collegiate career by being named All-American. Munro was Captain of the Bears squad as a senior and played in the North-South College All-Star Game.
Munro and his wife, Sara, reside in Highlands Ranch, Colorado with their son, and two daughters.