Cam Stone joined the Hamilton College men's lacrosse coaching staff as an assistant coach in July 2017. He has coached all three divisions of NCAA men's lacrosse.
Stone was director of operations for Hobart College lacrosse during the 2017 season as the Statesmen posted a 9-7 record and advanced to the final of the Northeast Conference championship. He served as the offensive coordinator at Seton Hill University where he was a graduate assistant coach for two years. He helped guide Seton Hill to a combined record of 20-9 and he coached nine all-conference selections and one all-American during those two seasons. In 2015 the Griffins captured their first Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) regular season title and they played in the semifinals of the ECAC Division II tournament. In 2016 Seton Hill ended up eighth in NCAA Division II in extra-man offense and 15th in scoring offense.
The Syracuse native played his college lacrosse at Hobart from 2011 to 2014. Stone was a three-year starter and a two-time captain and Crook Family Award winner as the team's most valuable player in 2013 and 2014. He holds the program's Division I record for assists in a career with 85 and is tied for fifth all-time in points with 134.
Stone was a three-year varsity letter winner on the powerhouse Jamesville-DeWitt High School boys' lacrosse team from 2008 to 2010. He led all of Section III in assists and was team captain his senior year as Jamesville-DeWitt went undefeated and won a state title. He was voted to the all-Central New York second team in 2009 and 2010.
Stone has a bachelor's degree in political science from Hobart and a master's degree in sports management from Seton Hill.