Trevor Lampman brings over 20 years of coaching experience to RockIt Sports. Lampman began his coaching career as a graduate assistant for the women’s basketball program at Winthrop University. In his three years there he coached 6 players to All Big-South Conference honors as well as sharing in the Big-South Coach of the Year award with head coach Robin Muller. Lampman secured his first full time position at Western Carolina University where his first recruiting class would eventually win the Southern Conference Championship.
From there Lampman saw stints at High Point University as well as Winston-Salem State University. While at HPU, Lampman oversaw recruiting, conditioning as well as post play. At HPU, Lampman was, once again, a member of the staff who watched as their head coach was recognized as Big South Coach of the Year in 2004. While there, Lampman assisted in helping the women’s program achieve its highest RPI in school history after winning 20 games in 2005-06 and qualifying for the school’s first ever, Division I, post-season bid. Lampman was instrumental in the development of HPU’s first-ever Big-South Player of the Year, when Katie O’Dell was recognized with that honor in 2005-06.
Lampman has also seen his share of success as a varsity girls’ basketball coach. With stops at Lee-Davis H.S. (Mechanicsville, Va), Cannon School (Concord, NC), and Christiansburg H.S. (Christiansburg, Va), Lampman has coached one McDonald’s All-American (Krista Gross), capped an undefeated season and both the regular and tournament championship, and advancing to the quarterfinals before falling to the eventual state champions in 2008 while in Concord, NC. In Christiansburg he turned a program around that won only 2 games in his first year to 18 games his third year. Moreover, he coached the girls to two straight trips to the regional tournament. Further, he coached four players to All-District Honors in just three years.
Lampman looks forward to bringing his experience and knowledge to RockIt Sports and provide plenty of real life examples where he has seen the power of listening, offering and receiving respect, and the value of hard work. Lampman remarks, “No player ever achieved greatness on or off the hardcourt without these three qualities being ever present within the program and the athletes who make up the program.”