FROSTBURG, MD —
Frostburg State University has named Holly Myers its graduate assistant coach for the Bobcat women's basketball team, head coach Jody Pepple announced recently. Myers' duties will include working with the guards and assisting with all aspects of recruiting, scouting and practice management.
"I am excited to have Holly join our coaching staff," said Pepple. "Her comprehension of our system and her having been an extension of our staff on the floor as our playmaker for four years is a huge plus for us. She is a great fit on our staff, bringing strong leadership and people skills to our basketball family."
Myers enjoyed a standout playing career at FSU from 1999-2003 and graduated as the school's all-time leader in three-pointers made (184) and three-pointers attempted (582).
She scored 904 career points, an average of 8.8 points per game.
As a freshman, Myers was a member of FSU’s Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference championship team.
As a junior, she earned All-AMCC honorable mention honors after averaging 10.3 points, hitting a Bobcat single-season record 58 three-pointers and adding a team-high 78 assists. She also ranked third on the team with 44 steals.
As a senior, Myers helped the Bobcats reach the AMCC semifinals, leading the team in assists (94) and three-pointers (56), tying for first in steals (49) and ranking third in scoring (10.8 ppg). She again earned All-AMCC honorable mention honors.
Myers, who hails from York, Pa., and is a 1999 graduate of West York Area High School, earned her bachelor’s degree in health and physical education with a concentration in health fitness from Frostburg State in May 2003.
She is seeking her master’s degree in human performance from FSU.
For further information on this release, contact:
Office of Sports Information
Frostburg State University
101 Braddock Road
Frostburg, MD 21532-2303