Adam Hamill has been named Head Coach of the U.S. Junior Men’s Team. Hamill has served as the Junior Men’s Assistant Coach since 2007. Hamill represented Scotland on the Junior National Team in 2000 at the World Junior Championships and went on to coach several Scottish National Team players. He has a degree in Sports Science, and a diploma in sports coaching and development. Adam began work in the States at Germantown Cricket Club as an assistant squash professional in 2004. Now the head coach at GCC, Adam works with some of the best junior players in the United States with several players competing for the national team over the past several years.
Hamill succeeds Martin Heath who has served as Head Coach of the Junior Men since 2006 and who will continue his involvement with the U.S. Teams as part of the National Coaching staff.