Trinity’s varsity boys basketball coach Rick Hamlin ’96 will serve as camp director. A member of Trinity’s Athletic Hall of Fame as a player, Coach Hamlin was the starting point guard and captain of Trinity’s 1996 state championship team. He attended basketball camp at Trinity as a young student athlete.
Coach Hamlin is in his 19th year teaching at Trinity, and views basketball as a vehicle for education. In his eight years as Trinity’s head basketball coach, Coach Hamlin has won at least 20 games each year. He led the Titans to Prep League Tournament championships in 2013 and 2014, the first back-to-back Prep League crowns since 1996-97, and again in 2017, 2018, and 2019 (was the first "three-peat" for Titan basketball since the early 1980s). His Titans have won the Prep League regular season championship six times and the Prep League tournament five times. Trinity won the prestigious Times-Dispatch Invitational Tournament (TDIT) in back-to-back years (2016 and 2017).
Trinity has now been to the VISAA state Final Four four times in six years, and is the only independent school in Virginia to win 20 or more games each of the last eight years. The consistent progress made by the Trinity Episcopal program culminated with the 2017 state championship, and a final national ranking of #11 in the country. Coach Hamlin was honored by being named state coach of the year for 2016-17, Richmond Times-Dispatch Metro coach of the year for 2017, and Richmond Magazine's "Best HS Coach in RVA (all sports)" in 2017.
Coach Hamlin says, "Titan Camp emphasizes fundamentals and fun. I am proud that many parents have told me that of all the basketball camps their sons have attended that Titan Camp is their favorite."