Judd Lattimore joined the University of Michigan lacrosse staff as the John Paul's top assistant on July 15, 2011. Previously he spent 10 years as an assistant coach at the NCAA level, and his squads have compiled a record of 107-47. He has reached the NCAA Division I Tournament with four different teams and has coached in a pair of Division II NCAA Tournament national title games.
In his initial season on the sidelines for the Maize and Blue, Lattimore served as the squad's offensive coordinator and led one of the most efficient offensive units in the country. The Wolverines compiled a shooting percentage of 31.4 percent, which ranked No. 10 nationally and was No. 2 in the ECAC. In addition, Lattimore was responsible for the teams ride unit, which allowed only a 79 percent success rate, which ranked second in the NCAA.
A 2001 graduate of the University of North Carolina, Lattimore coached at his alma mater in 2007 and 2008, helping the Tar Heels reach the NCAA Tournament each season.
He also reached the NCAA Tournament during one-year stints at Pennsylvania (2006) and Delaware (2005). With Limestone College (2003-04) he reached consecutive national championship games. In 2004, Lattimore's offensive unit scored 19.3 goals per game, the highest figure in any division of lacrosse, and the team scored a school-record 314 goals. He began his collegiate coaching career at SUNY-Geneseo in 2002.
A native of Auburn, N.Y., Lattimore was a two-year starter at UNC. He earned his bachelor's degree in interpersonal and organizational communication.