Lamb was hired as the Director of Lacrosse at Adams State College (ASC) in February of 2010 to oversee the start-up of the ASC men's and women's lacrosse programs. In 2011, the Grizzly men and women opened their inaugural season as members of the newly formed Western Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (WILA).
During the summer of `11, Lamb was invited to join the Denver Outlaws of Major League Lacrosse as a summer assistant coach. His connection with the Outlaws helped lead to an opportunity for the Grizzlies to play WILA rival Colorado Mesa at Mile High Stadium during the spring of `11.
Prior to his stint at ASC, Lamb was the head coach of the Brigham Young University men's lacrosse team from 1995-2009. At BYU, he posted a 213-69 (.755) record and guided the club program to three Men's Collegiate Lacrosse Association (MCLA) championships and claimed seven Rocky Mountain Lacrosse Conference titles. Lamb was named the 2006 MCLA Coach of the Year and he served as the president of that organization from 1997-2003.
In his position at Notre Dame, Lamb is in charge of the logistics surrounding the team's travel, film, equipment, scheduling, sponsorship, camps/clinics and will also help with improving the experience of the players.
Lamb and his wife, Megan, have five children, Emily, Derek, Devan, Jacob and Shawn.