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Utah Utes head coach Brian Holman has stepped down from his position. The school made the announcement on Wednesday evening.
“I am very appreciative of the hard work Brian and his staff have put in to transition our men’s lacrosse program to NCAA Division I status and guide the team through its first three years as a varsity program,” Utah athletic director Mark Harlan said in a press release.
Holman, who is the first head coach in program history, steps down after three seasons at the helm in Salt Lake City. During his three seasons, he led the Utes to an overall record of 12-20.
During the 2021 season, Utah went 4-7. The Utes are set to move into the Atlantic Sun (ASUN) conference in men’s lacrosse starting with the upcoming 2022 season.
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Thank You Coach Brian Holman, you and your team were amazing to my son Jakob while he was undergoing radiation and chemo, your kindness and love are appreciated!
He still tell everyone that you introduced him to Casey Powell ~ our hearts are filled with love and gratitude, You are very special to us!!
On behalf of our family, thank you coach!!
I’m sorry this message is late but we just found out you were not there at the game yesterday.
Wishing you the best of luck in your new adventure~ love- Satterfield Family 🥍❤️🔥
PS ~ Jakob is trying out for Olympus Lacrosse