Officials with the Coweta High School Athletic Department have announced Tim Holt as the Tigers’ varsity football coach for 2016.
Tuesday’s announcement punctuates a search process that emphasized the hiring of a highly qualified educator.
Holt is a 2001 graduate of Kellyville High School where he was a member of the football, wrestling and baseball teams.
He continued his education at Southeastern Oklahoma State University where he was a two year starter at wide receiver and served as senior captain. While competing, the teams won two Lone Star Conference Championships and earned a NCAA Division II national play-off berth in 2004 — the first in school history.
Holt has spent the last six years as the varsity assistant coach and special teams coordinator at Broken Arrow. He also assisted with the varsity track program
He was the wide receivers coach from 2010-2014 and was the running backs coach in 2015.
At BA Holt was in charge of all video breakdown, game planning, personnel and delegation for all special teams.
Holt has gained experience in leadership positions as he has coached football and baseball both at Barnsdall High School and Mounds High School. He has also coached football, wrestling and track at Bartlesville High School.
“I am honored to be part of the Coweta family” Holt said. “The bar has been set and we will work to raise it higher.”