Team Type: College/University
Age Range: 18 - 25
Sub-Affiliation: Division II
Number of Members: 27
About the Coaches: Head Coach Todd Holland
Todd Holland was selected to succeed longtime Aggie head coach Ron Ihler in the summer of 2003 after spending the previous season as Ihler's assistant coach. He served the 2004 season as interim head coach and was officially named the head coach of the Cameron baseball team following a 2004 season which produced the Aggies' first winning season in more than a decade.
Holland followed that successful debut with another winning season in 2005, earning Co-Lone Star Conference North Division Coach of the Year honors in the process. In his first two years at the helm of the Aggie program, Holland has directed several individuals who have received postseason recognition, including 2005 All-America honorees Derrick Mihecoby and Greg Patton.
Holland rejoined the Aggie program in 2003 after spending time in uniform as a player and assistant at Cameron from 1997-99. A career .400 hitter in two seasons with the Aggies, Holland currently owns Cameron single-season school records for total hits (80) and doubles (25). As a senior with the Aggies in 1998, he hit .428 and had a slugging percentage of .743, earning second team All-South Region and first team All-Lone Star Conference honors.
In his first season as the Aggies' head coach in 2004, Holland guided Cameron to its first winning season in more than a decade, finishing with a 26-19 record while competing in the extremely competitive Lone Star Conference North Division. Five Cameron players earned all-conference honors that season, including first team All-LSC North selections Steve Clark and Allen Mitchell.
Assistant Coaches Clint Powell and Kyle Moody
Clint Powell is one of Cameron University’s two assistant baseball coaches for the 2010 season. Powell transferred to Cameron University from Odessa College his sophomore year, and he quickly became a great attribution to the Aggie baseball team as a catcher and second baseman for 3 years. Clint then became a graduate asistant for our men's baseball team. Powell is the son of Franklin and D.J. Powell, and he has a brother who is expected to be the Aggie's ace pitcher this season. He has completed his undergraduate degree in Health & Physical Education here at Cameron, and Powell is now pursuing his masters degree while helping the CU baseball team tip off the beginning of their highly anticipated season.
Kyle Moody comes to Cameron University’s baseball program as a student who brings a great deal of experience and knowledge as a baseball pitcher. Moody played at Vernon JC from 1999-2001 and at USAO from 2002-2004, coached his former USAO team for 2 years (in which they qualified for the qualified for Sooner Athletic Conference tournament both of the years he coached), and he helped bring the Chickasha Athletics to a NBC World Series appearance. Kyle has a bachelor's degree in Business Management and received his master's degree in Pedagogy from Texas Tech University. Kyle is married to Summer Moody, and they have a one year old daughter named Amelia.