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Tre Lamb
Tre Lamb
Title: Assistant Coach - Quarterbacks
Phone: 931-372-3930
Email: tlamb@tntech.edu

After his record-setting playing career came to an early end last year due to injuries, Tre Lamb remained on the sidelines down the stretch lending his knowledge, leadership and expertise to help Tech's remaining quarterbacks, including late-season starter Darian Stone.

Following the season, Lamb put his playing days behind him and immediately embarked on his coaching career. He was selected as an assistant coach on Watson Brown's staff and will work with quarterbacks.

In his career, Lamb passed for 5,301 yards with 45 touchdowns and 22 interceptions. He accounted for 5,632 yards of total offense, and was responsible for 54 touchdowns. He is listed in Tech's record books as third all-time in both passing yards and total offense.

As Tech's starter in the pocket, Lamb led the 2011 Golden Eagle squad to the Ohio Valley Conference championship, the team's first in 36 years. He helped the team break nine school records including points scored in a season (355), highest scoring average in a season (32.3 points per game), and most first downs in a season (238).

Lamb also carved his own name into the Tech record books in 2011, snapping a colossal eight individual records while leading the Golden Eagles to nine team records. He set individual Tech records for passing attempts in a single game (58 vs. TSU) and completions in a single game (36 vs. TSU), as well as records for completions in a season with 204. Lamb gained 2,555 yards of total offense to surpass the school record by 131 yards. Lamb was recognized at the season's end as the team's Most Valuable Offensive Player and as the winner of the Team Leadership Award.

Following the 2012 season, Lamb was named a permanent team captain, winner of the Robert Hill Johnson Award, and the Most Valuable Offensive Player. He passed for 1,872 yards with 17 touchdowns and only eight interceptions in just eight games.

Lamb was a standout prep player at Calhoun (Ga.) High School, where he was coached by his father, Hal Lamb.