Lamb made 14 appearances and started 10 games for the Wildcats as a sophomore, striking out 58 batters while walking 23. His best performance came against NC Central when he struck out a career-high 16 hitters in a seven-inning complete game effort. As a freshman, Lamb made an immediate impact as he earned a spot in the weekend rotation from the start of the season. He appeared in 17 games and made ten starts, earning a 1-1 record over 57.1 innings of work. Lamb earned his first collegiate win against Furman, after allowing three runs on six hits over 5.1 innings. At Berkeley High School (California), he finished his prep career with a 4-1 record and 1.08 ERA, while holding opponents to a .167 average as a senior.
“Chris has front-line stuff and I love to be able to add an experienced left-handed pitcher who can help show the younger pitchers on the staff how to work and handles themselves,” said Labbe. “I think we’re getting two superb high-character guys from Davidson and I’m excited to help them get better throughout the season.”