Nate Babcock was hired in August of 2017 as assistant coach of the Rhodes men's lacrosse team.
Most recently, Babcock was a volunteer assistant coach at Hood College in Frederick, Md. He was also the head coach of Team MD's 2018 squad for a year. Over the summer, Babcock has been involved with the United States Naval Academy lacrosse camps for the last five years.
A Baltimore, Md. native, Babcock started lacrosse as a middie at the age of eight. In high school he was also on the cross country team.
Babcock is a 2015 graduate of St. Mary's College of Maryland. There, he spent time as a two-way midfielder on both man-up and man-down units. His team won the 2013 Captial Athletic Conference Championship, advancing to the NCAA Tournament. The anthropology major was a three-time CAC All-Academic honoree.
After graduation, Babcock was an assistant varsity lacrosse/football coach at Cushing Academy in Massachusetts.
Babcock has three siblings. His mother Lori is the resident chaplain at UMD Baltimore medical center while his father John is a retired chief petty officer in the navy and currently teaches music and coaches middle school football and lacrosse at The Calvert School in Baltimore, Md.