Selma University head baseball coach Adrian Holloway recently collected his 100th career coaching victory in winning game two of a doubleheader sweep, defeating Rust College 18-4 for the milestone win.
Holloway was born and raised In Selma, Alabama. After graduating from Selma High School, where he was a Baseball Factory All-American in 2001, he attended Alabama State University on a baseball scholarship and was named Rookie of the Year and a 3-year letterman, while receiving a bachelor degree in 2007 in Social Work studies.
Coach Holloway is very competitive from his days of playing college baseball at Alabama State. Under Adrian Holloway, the Bulldogs have achieved post season status making regional play seven straight seasons. Holloway, who is an academic disciplinarian to the players he coaches, has not had a losing season since his arrival.
“Today’s win mark my 100th win as a head coach at Selma University! Thanks to all the young men who have suited up for the Bulldogs and made this accolade possible. One hundred wins in four plus seasons is special, considering we have at least 10-20 rainouts and cancellations every year.”