Hamilton returns for his fourth season as an assistant coach at Stevenson in 2014, working as the team's quarterbacks coach and junior varsity head coach.
Since 2011, three Mustang quarterbacks have combined to throw for over 200 yards in a game nine times, including four over 250. Last season, Zach Jefferson threw for 283 yards and three touchdowns versus Lycoming, one yard shy of the school record.
During Stevenson's inaugural season in 2011, the team set the school record with 2,295 yards passing and 24 touchdowns, eclipsing the 200-yard mark five times, including the school record of 284 versus Christopher Newport in the first win in school history.
A native of Davidsonville and a 2010 graduate of Saint Vincent College, Hamilton has helped build two programs as he was a part of the first-ever recruiting class at Saint Vincent. In 2007, he completed 25-of-52 passes for 281 yards and three touchdowns, ranking second on the team in both yards and touchdowns and third in total offense.
In the first game in school history on Sept. 1, 2007, Hamilton was 15-for-25 for 198 yards and two touchdowns, including an 86-yard strike to Rob James in the third quarter of a 32-13 loss to a Gallaudet team led by head coach Ed Hottle that marked the Bison’s first NCAA Division III victory since 1991.
Injuries ended Hamilton’s playing career following the 2007 season, but he stayed involved with the team as a student assistant coach working with the quarterbacks and tight ends.
A 2006 graduate of Archbishop Spalding High School, Hamilton was also a member of the football team’s first conference championship.