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Marcus Holman

Marcus Holman2009 Spring All-Metro first team
The focal point of No. 1 Gilman’s potent attack, Holman brought gifted skills with and without the ball to provide a consistent source of offense. The repeat first-team All-Metro selection finished the season with 39 goals and 23 assists. “Marcus is a kid who gives you every single thing he’s got,” Gilman coach Brooks Matthews said. “It’s not always pretty, but it’s always effective. He’s just got a complete game – he rides hard, he’s great on ground balls and he helps set a tempo for us with his energy and intensity.” Holman, who is set to play for North Carolina next year, had a three-goal, one-assist performance in the Greyhounds’ 13-6 win over Loyola in the MIAA A Conference semifinals. He finished his three-year varsity career with 97 goals and 50 assists.

Here is a link to The Baltimore Sun’s All-Metro first team for boys lacrosse.

Here is a photo gallery of The Baltimore Sun’s 2009 Spring All-Metro athletes.

Here is a gallery of archived Baltimore Sun boys lacrosse photos.