Brett Holt - Head
Women's Volleyball Coach
Brett Holt begins his second year as women’s volleyball head coach at MVC, after serving as the graduate assistant during the 2011 season. In his first season Coach Holt led the Lady Vikings to a 19-12 record, the best season for the program in 16 years. In 2012 the women's volleyball team produced five all-conference athletes, and was a HAAC Scholar Team award winner. Coach Holt also serves as the men's volleyball head coach, taking over in 2012, and has a 42-20 record in two seasons.
In college, Coach Holt was a four-year setter on The Ohio State University men’s volleyball club team. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in sport and leisure studies with a concentration in recreation management and coaching from The Ohio State University.
Previous to joining the staff, Coach Holt has held various coaching positions at the high school, club, and collegiate club levels. As the varsity assistant at West Holmes High School in Millersburg, Ohio from 1999-2006, the team made six appearances in the Ohio High School Division 2 State Final Four, including runner-up finishes in 2002, 2003, and 2004. He was also the head coach from 2000-2005 of the women’s club team at The Ohio State University, where in 2005, he guided the Buckeyes to a National runner-up finish at the N.I.R.S.A Collegiate Club Championships in Kansas City. He spent 2011 as the head coach of the 17-U National girl’s team with Mintonette Sports, the top club program in Central Ohio.
Coach Holt received his Master’s Degree in sport and athletic business administration from the University of Central Missouri.