Todd Holthaus
Todd Holthaus
Title: Women's Basketball - Head Coach
Organization: Pima Community College
Phone: (520) 206-6709
Phone: (520) 425-4909

Started at Pima: 2007 Hometown: West Union, Iowa
Education: Bachelor of Science, Elementary Education, Grand Canyon University, 1995
Coaching/Playing Experience: 195-100 overall PCC record (9 seasons); assistant coach, University of Arizona women’s basketball (2005-2007); Varsity Girls’ Basketball Head Coach, Flowing Wells High School (1998-2005; 160-64 record); Waldorf College men’s basketball team (1989-1991); Grand Canyon University men’s basketball team (1991-93)
Highlights: Runner-up, NJCAA National Tournament (2011); Fifth Place, NJCAA National Tournament (2010); District A Coach of the Year (2010, 2016); No. 7 NJCAA National Poll final ranking (2009 and 2010); Third Place, NJCAA National Tournament (2009, 2016); Arizona Community College Athletic Conference Coach of the Year (2009, 2016); District A Coach of the Year (2009, 2010, 2011, 2016); high school girls basketball state tournament (1998-2005); Class 5A Southern Region Coach of the Year (2002-05); Arizona Daily Star Southern Arizona Coach of the Year (2005); Class 5A Girls’ Coaches Representative (2001-05); GTE/CoSIDA Academic All- America honors as player at Grand Canyon University (1993); Grand Canyon University Distinguished Male Athlete Award (1993)
All-Americans Coached: Jessie Ingraham (2008), Abyee Maracigan (2009, 2010), Tia Morrison (2009, 2010), Deanna Daniels (2011), Ajha Edwards (2013), Raja Moreno-Ross (2014), Sydni Stallworth (2016).
Personal: wife Jennifer; children, Makayla (15), Annalise (11), Kyler (10), Tyce (3)
Coach's Quote: “Coaching at Pima Community College has been the most rewarding coaching experience of my career. Being able to coach and mentor the young ladies that have come through our program is a humbling experience for everyone involved. The icing on the cake is being able to build Pima into a nationally recognized Women’s Basketball program. Each year it is our goal to continue that tradition forward.”