Marcus Holman, a Baltimore native, is a professional lacrosse player for the Premier Lacrosse League’s Archers Lacrosse Club and an assistant coach for the Utah Utes men’s lacrosse team. Holman was a three-time All-American attackman for the University of North Carolina Tar Heels. Holman finished second on the squad with 17 goals to help Team USA win gold at the 2018 FIL World Lacrosse Championship in Israel. He also helped the United States capture a silver medal at the 2014 World Championships and was a member of the 2015 World Indoor Lacrosse Championship bronze-medal winning team. Since graduating from the University of North Carolina, he has worked to help grow the sport of lacrosse all throughout the country. Marcus has worked at camps and clinics across the country to help expand the sport of lacrosse.
Personal details of Marcus Holman:
|Marcus Robert Holman
|Brian and Laurie Holman
|5ft 1 inc
|Athlete ( Lacrosse Player)
|3 million to 5milliom
|Source of income
|Lacrosse player in Primer leauge
Marcus Holman Personal life:
Marcus Holman’s surname is Marcus Robert Holman. Marcus was born in Baltimore, Maryland on May 2, 1991. Marcus is the son of Brian and Laurie Holman. Marcus’ father, who was a goalkeeper at Johns Hopkins from 1980 to 1983, is an assistant coach for the Tar Heels, and his mother, Laurie, played lacrosse at Towson. Marcus has a brother, Matthew, 22, who is a senior goalkeeper for the Tar Heels, and a younger sister who is a fantastic high school lacrosse and field hockey player at East Chapel Hill High School and a communication studies major.
Marcus Holman Career:
Holman was a lacrosse player at Gilman School in Baltimore, where his team was ranked No. 1 by Inside Lacrosse in 2009 when he was the team’s MVP and captain. In his senior year, he was also the captain of his high school football team.
Holman has been named a professional all-star six times. With 23 regular-season goals and seven assists for 32 points for Archers LC in the Premier Lacrosse League’s debut season in 2019, he topped the league. He was nominated for the Eamon McEneaney Attackman of the Year award and was named to the All-Pro team for his achievements. He finished second in the league with 33 total goals, including the playoffs. After being picked in the second round in 2013, Holman played six seasons in Major League Lacrosse for the Ohio Machine. He was named Most Valuable Player after scoring four goals and adding two assists in the 2017 MLL Championship game for the Machine.
In 2014, he led the league in goals scored with 37 and placed in the top five in goals scored four times. With 11 goals versus New York in 2018, Holman set a new league record for most goals in a single game. He was the Machine Offensive Player of the Year in 2014 and led Ohio in goals scored four times (2014-16, 2018).
Holman was drafted in the second round of the Major League Lacrosse draft by the Ohio Machine. Over the course of six seasons, Holman appeared in 81 games for the Machine. He was the MVP of the 2017 MLL Championship, scoring four goals and adding two assists in leading the Machine to their first MLL title. His MLL career ended with 208 goals (12th all-time), 87 assists, and 302 points (16th all-time). In 2019, Holman became a member of Paul Rabil’s Premier Lacrosse League’s Archers Lacrosse Club. He was chosen to play for Team Baptiste in the 2019 PLL All-Star Game. Athol Group, a sports agency based in Stamford, Connecticut, represents Holman.
Marcus Holman Relationship status:
Marcus Holman recently married, and he is a highly romantic person in his personal life. Marcus is completely dedicated to his wife, Alex, and his entire family. Marcus enjoys vacationing with his complete family. However, it is reported that they have a child, but according to our records, they do not. Kieran enjoys going surfing with his friends during the summer. They also love to snowboard in the winter season.
Marcus Holman Net-Worth:
Marcus’s net worth is predicted to skyrocket between 2020 and 2022, based on our projections. Marcus’s current net worth is estimated to be between $3 and $5 million. However, there is no information on his monthly payment in our database, and he also earns a substantial sum from the sponsored company.