After three seasons as the Terriers' volunteer assistant coach, Judd Lattimore was elevated to the role of assistant coach in June 2021. Lattimore will serve as the Terriers' defensive coordinator.

Lattimore has been instrumental in the success of the Terriers' faceoff unit over the last three years. In 2020, Sean Christman finished the shortened 2020 season ranked 14th in the nation with a faceoff percentage of .624. The Terriers were 13th in the NCAA as a unit, with Christman and Kevin Snyder combining for a .608 success rate at the X. 
Lattimore arrived at BU with over 15 years of collegiate coaching experience, including four seasons as the head coach at Holy Cross. Lattimore also spent time as an assistant coach at Penn, Michigan, Bucknell, Delaware and his alma mater, North Carolina.

As a head coach, Lattimore led Holy Cross to a pair of Patriot League postseason appearances in 2016 and 2017, including an upset victory at Navy in the 2017 quarterfinals which was the program’s first-ever postseason win. Under Lattimore’s leadership, Holy Cross earned a national ranking for the first time in school history and erased several losing streaks of over 25 games against several conference opponents.
Prior to his stint in Worcester, Lattimore was the offensive coordinator at Penn for two seasons. He helped lead the Quakers to the 2013 Ivy League championship, its first conference title in over 35 years.
Lattimore helped start the lacrosse program at Michigan in 2011 and 2012 as the program’s first offensive coordinator. He was instrumental in elevating the club roster to Division I.
Before that, he was the offensive coordinator at Bucknell for three seasons, including the 2011 campaign in which the Bison claimed their only Patriot League championship and won a program-record 14 games.
Lattimore returned to his alma mater to coach the offense at North Carolina for two seasons (2007-08). The Tar Heels had the 11th-ranked offense in the country in 2007 and finished the 2008 season ranked fourth in the nation. Before his time at UNC, Lattimore was on the Penn staff in 2006 and the Delaware staff in 2005. He began his coaching career at Geneseo State in 2002 as an assistant before moving to Limestone for two seasons in 2003 and 2004.
As a player, Lattimore was a two-year starter for the Tar Heels. Inside Lacrosse selected Lattimore as a preseason All-American in 2000. He graduated in 2001 with a bachelor’s degree in interpersonal and organizational communication.