Scott Holava

Holava joins the Virginia Wesleyan University men's lacrosse staff in the Fall of 2018.

The Syracuse, N.Y. native brings a plethora of lacrosse knowledge to the program.

Most recently, Holava has spent the last five years as the head varsity boy's lacrosse coach at Bishop Sullivan Catholic High School.

Growing up in Central New York, Holava was in a hotbed of lacrosse. He played at SUNY Cortland, a Division III powerhouse, which saw the team get to the NCAA Championship Final Four once and the Quarterfinals twice. After a short stint there, he transferred to Virginia Wesleyan and was part of the inaugural program in 1991. That season he not only led the conference in scoring, but also set the former DIII record for assists in a game with 11. His second year with the Marlins, he was tabbed an All-ODAC member and was chosen to represent the school at the 1992 North/South All-Star game.

Aside from his assistant coaching position here, Holava is also the Commissioner for the Boys HS Lacrosse league in Virginia Beach, a Board of Director for US Lacrosse and coaches a U14/U12 team.