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Winter Combine Coaches Profiles: Marcus Holman

12/04/2017, 2:45pm CST
By HypeMan

Get to know Coach Holman (University of Utah) as he joins this year's Winter Combine staff.

The Utes finished the season at 10-5 in 2017 during Coach Holman's first season as Assistant Coach

The Utes went 10-5 during Coach Holman's first season as Assistant Coach in 2017

Get To Know Coach Holman


Marcus Holman

Current Position: 

Assistant Coach - University of Utah

Positional Expertise: 


Coaching Path

After graduating from the University of North Carolina in 2013 Coach Holman kicked off his coaching career by traveling throughout the country working camps and clinics for various lacrosse programs as well as his own, Attack 101 Lacrosse. After a year of running the camp circuit, Coach Holman opted for something a little more permanent as he joined the coaching staff at the Durham Academy in North Carolina for the next two seasons. After coaching at the high school level for one more year during the 2016 season Coach Holman made the jump to the collegiate level and became an assistant coach at The University of Utah. In his first year on the sideline for the Utes, Coach Holman was able to help the team to a 10-5 overall record; which is impressive considering the team went 5-9 the previous year while facing fewer nationally ranked opponents.

#1 in your programs & #1 in your hearts

Playing Resume

Coach Holman played his college lacrosse at the University of North Carolina, some of his accomplishments include:

3x All-American

3x Team MVP

2x Team Offensive MVP

2010 ACC Rookie of The Year

2013 ACC Champion, Tewaaraton Finalist, and sole Team Captain


In his 4 seasons as a Tarheel, Coach Holman registered 213 points (121g, 92a) breaking a UNC record.

In addition to coaching, Coach Holman currently plays professional lacrosse for the Ohio Machine where he has been named an MLL All-Star and, more recently, led his team to their first MLL Championship after which he was named Championship MVP. 



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