- Head Coach
Bob Hamley enters his fourth season as head coach of the Colorado Mammoth. Previously, he served as head coach and general manager of the Arizona Sting and Edmonton Rush. Hamley guided the Sting to the Champion’s Cup final in 2005 and 2007.
Following the 2005 campaign, Hamley received the Les Bartley NLL Coach of the Year Award. Just one day later, he was named the league’s general manager of the year, becoming the first person in league history to win both awards.
Hamley is no stranger to the Mammoth organization. He was an assistant under former head coach Bob McMahon during the 2008 season, having initially joined the Mammoth following the Arizona Sting’s suspension of operations. The Mammoth began that season 5-1 with Hamley behind the bench, but his tenure in Colorado was cut short when he accepted the head coach and general manager position with Edmonton.
In March of 2010, Hamley was hired once again by the Mammoth as head coach. Hamley looks to lead the Mammoth to another NLL championship in the 2013 season.