2014 MLL SEASON:
Machine Offensive Player of the Year. Led MLL in goals scored (37). Member of Team USA in 2014. Named the Warrior Offensive Player of the Week for Week 5 and Week 13. Played in 13 games this season. Scored two goals, tallied two assists and picked up a groundball at Charlotte (4/26). Rang in three goals, had two assists and a groundball at Denver (5/4). Picked up two groundballs at Florida (5/10). Scooped up one groundball against New York (5/17). Score four goals, including one 2pt goal, had one assist and five groundballs at Chesapeake (5/31). Tallied two goals, one assist and two groundballs against Boston (6/6). Had five goals and two groundballs against Rochester (6/14). Had one 2pt-goal, one assist and two groundballs against Boston (6/21). Tallied two goals, one assist and two groundballs at New York (6/28). Had three goals (1 2ptG) against Chesapeake (7/4). Tied a club record with five goals against Denver (7/26). Set the club record with six goals and added two assists which also set the club record for points in a game (8) at Rochester (8/2). Scored four goals against Florida (8/9).
2013 MLL Season:
Played in 10 games. Fourth on the team with 20 points. Ranked second on the team in points for a rookie. Finished second on the team with 11 assists. Had one goal, a 2-pt goal, and two assists in his rookie debut against Hamilton (5/23). Had two groundballs against Rochester (6/2). Scored a goal and had an assist against Charlotte (6/8). Had a goal and two assists against Rochester (6/15). Scored one goal against Boston (6/29). Had one assist against Chesapeake (7/6). Scored a 2-pt goal and had an assist against Hamilton (7/20). Scored one goal against Charlotte (7/27). Had one goal and three assists against Boston (8/3). Had one assist against New York (8/10).
Played at the University of North Carolina from 2010 to 2013. Finished his collegiate career with133 points, 84 goals and 49 assists. 2013 team captain. Led the Tar Heals to the 2013 ACC Championship and a Quarterfinals appearance in the NCAA Tournament. Finalist for the Tewaaraton Award his senior year. Led North Carolina with 74 points, 39 goals and 35 assists his junior year and was named a Second Team All-American. Won the Turnbull Trophy as the Tar Heals’ most valuable player in 2011 and earned honorable mention All-America honors. Named the ACC Freshman of the Year in 2010.
Born in Baltimore, Md. to Brian and Laurie Holman. His father, a former goalie for Johns Hopkins from 1980-1983, is an assistant coach for the Tar Heels. His mother Laurie played lacrosse at Towson. Has a brother and a younger sister who both play lacrosse. Majored in communication studies.