Craig Holz is currently a teacher/athletic trainer at Millard South High School in Omaha, Nebraska. A Paxton, Nebraska native, Holz earned a bachelor’s degree of arts from University of Nebraska – Kearney and a Master’s of Science in Athletic Training from Central Missouri State University.
Holz has been very active in the National, Mid-America, and Nebraska State Athletic Trainers’ Associations though the years. Holz was a presenter at the NATA National Symposium in Kansas City, has served as a chairman of exhibits and spring symposium committees for the MAATA annual meeting. President of the NSATA and has been a member of the NATA since 1973, NSATA since 1980, and National Education Association since 1976.
Holz has been honored by receiving the Millard South Teacher of the Year Award in 1986, the NSATA’s Sullivan Award in 1988, inducted into the Mid-America Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame in 2003, and has been recognized by the NATA for 25 years of service to the profession.
Holz’s most important accomplishment is his family, wife Julia, daughter Kara and son Andy.\