Todd HollandHead Coach
Alma Mater: Cameron, '98
Office Phone: 581-2479
Todd Holland is now in his tenth season as head coach of the Cameron baseball team. Holland's overall record as head coach at Cameron is 273-192.
Last season, Holland's team went 22-28 and 10-18 in conference play and it was the first year a Holland team did not reach the conference postseason. The previous year, the Aggies were 33-16 under Holland and lost in the finals of the LSC Tournament.
In the 2010 season, Holland led his Aggies to a 29-19 mark and an upset over No. 18 ranked Angelo State. He also coached Thomas Dicker and Alex Lyons to an academic all-conference honor. Lyons and Logan Grimes captured all-conference, while Nate Valdez and Lyons were named all-region.
Holland was selected to succeed longtime Aggie head coach Ron Ihler in the summer of 2003 after spending the previous season as Ihler's assistant coach. He served the 2004 season as interim head coach and was officially named the head coach of the Cameron baseball team following a 2004 season which produced the Aggies' first winning season in more than a decade.
Holland followed that successful debut with another winning season in 2005, earning Co-Lone Star Conference North Division Coach of the Year honors in the process. In his first two years at the helm of the Aggie program, Holland has directed several individuals who have received postseason recognition, including 2005 All-America honorees Derrick Mihecoby and Greg Patton.
Holland rejoined the Aggie program in 2003 after spending time in uniform as a player and assistant at Cameron from 1997-99. A career .400 hitter in two seasons with the Aggies, Holland currently owns Cameron single-season school records for total hits (80) and doubles (25). As a senior with the Aggies in 1998, he hit .428 and had a slugging percentage of .743, earning second team All-South Region and first team All-Lone Star Conference honors.
In his first season as the Aggies' head coach in 2004, Holland guided Cameron to its first winning season in more than a decade, finishing with a 26-19 record while competing in the extremely competitive Lone Star Conference North Division. Five Cameron players earned all-conference honors that season, including first team All-LSC North selections Steve Clark and Allen Mitchell.
Holland is a native of Crystal, Minn., and lives in Lawton with his wife, Jennifer, who serves as Cameron's Dean of Students. The couple has two daughters, Rylie and Carsyn, and recently celebrated the birth of their first son, Cooper.