Garrett Lamborn is in his fourth year as an assistant baseball coach at Hamilton College. Lamborn has helped lead the Continentals to 47 wins in three seasons. He has coached four NESCAC all-conference team selections and two all-region team honorees. The baseball team has set or tied five single-season program records on offense the past three years including batting average, on-base percentage and runs batted in.
Lamborn was on the Wesleyan University coaching staff from 2010 to 2014. He helped the Cardinals to three NESCAC postseason appearances, two first-place finishes in the NESCAC West Division and their first conference title in 2014.
Lamborn was a four-year letter winner and a two-year starter in the outfield at Wesleyan from 2006 to 2009. He emerged as the starting left fielder his junior year and led the team with a .380 batting average and an on-base percentage of .472. As a senior he hit .359 with a .468 on-base percentage and a team-best .594 slugging percentage. Lamborn and the Cardinals made their first NESCAC playoff appearance in four years.
Lamborn played semi-professional baseball for a season in Belgium and for three seasons in South Australia, and played in the independent Peach State League in Macon, Georgia. He graduated from Wesleyan with a degree in mathematics and economics.