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Bobby Holmes was on the Chanticleer baseball team that won the College World Series

Beyond Baseball

Selfless. Relentless.

Those two words have become the essence of the Coastal Carolina University baseball team, embraced by players, coaches and staff alike. But perhaps nobody embodies those two words more than No. 31, Bobby Holmes. All agree that Bobby is the epitome of Coastal Baseball. He built his legacy at Coastal over a span of five years that included major highs—winning the University’s first national championship in 2016—and major lows—Tommy John surgery and sitting out the entire 2018 season. It was a legacy sealed even before he walked on to the pitcher’s mound to begin his final season.

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