Bob Hamley, former National Lacrosse League professional player and former Head Coach of the Colorado Mammoth, joined 3d Lacrosse, the nation’s fastest-growing, premier lacrosse training, events and select club operations company, as the National Director of Box Lacrosse. In this role with 3d, Hamley is responsible for 3d Lacrosse’s current box/field programs and concentrates on enhancing 3d Lacrosse’s box-specific platform, helping to grow the sport of Box Lacrosse nationwide. In 2015, Hamley was appointed Director of 3d Georgia. Since relocating to the greater Atlanta area, Hamley and team have developed 3d Georgia into a robust lacrosse services program offering Select teams, box lacrosse leagues and tournaments, position-specific training, and showcases.
After a four-year professional career with the Buffalo Bandits, Bob Hamley held several assistant and head coach positions with different teams throughout Canada before being named the Head Coach and General Manager of the Columbus Landsharks, (which relocated to become the Arizona Sting).
In 2005, having led the Sting to the championship game, Hamley was the recipient of the Les Bartley Award for Coach of the Year and was subsequently named General Manger of the Year, becoming the first person in league history to win both awards. After a year with the Edmonton Rush, Hamley moved on to his last stop in the NLL at the helm of the Colorado Mammoth for three years.