Holcomb is in his 20th season as the Cowboys’ assistant coach. He handles the Cowboy infielders and hitters. He also is in charge of maintaining Hunter Field as well as the other HSU outdoor athletic facilities in the offseason.
Holcomb came to the Cowboys from Abilene Christian, where he served three seasons as an assistant coach.
Holcomb has helped lead the Cowboys to 16 ASC playoff appearances and is instrumental in the everyday operation of Cowboy baseball. He began his career as an assistant under Steve Coleman at Frenship High School.
The Snyder native earned a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology and health from Lubbock Christian in 1991. He was also an all-conference player at LCU for three seasons -- 1988, 1990 and 1991.
He earned a master’s degree in school administration from Abilene Christian. At ACU, he helped lead the Wildcats to a Lone Star Conference runner-up finish in both the regular season and conference tournament his last season there.
Holcomb and his wife Heather, who is a counselor in the Abilene Independent School District, have two sons Hunter and Bryson.