|Title:||Baseball Head Coach|
Fraser Holmes holds a 102-101 (.502) career record in five seasons as head coach of the University of Dallas baseball team.
The Crusaders have made it to the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) Championship Tournament two out of three years since joining the league. Dallas advanced to the 2013 SCAC Semifinals.
After their 2014 season, the Crusaders own a 29-29 regular-season record in the SCAC.
Holmes was named 2011 Coach-of-the-Year by the Association of Divison III Independents (AD3I), helping Dallas improve to 26-14 on the 2011 season from 16-25 a year prior.
He played a year of independent professional baseball with both the American Association's Grand Prairie AirHogs and Sioux Falls (S.D.) Canaries, and served as a volunteer assistant coach for the 2009 Dallas baseball team.
Holmes was the starting catcher for Dallas in three seasons (2006-2008), before graduating in 2008 with a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy.
A three-time letterwinner, Holmes was named to the 2008 AD3I First Team. Garnering First Team honors in 2006 and 2007 from the United States Collegiate Athletic Assocation (USCAA), he was also a tabbed to the 2007 USCAA Baseball National All-Academic Team.
The fifteenth head coach in program history, Coach Holmes instructs private lessons in the offseason.
He resides in Irving with his wife Sydney, and daughters Eve and Isla.