Connor Hollis has continued to excel in the classroom during his time at Houston.
American Conference All-Academic Team (2014 – present)
Dean’s List (Spring 2015, Fall 2016, Spring 2017 & Fall 2017)
Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (2013-14, 2014-15, 2015-16, 2016-17 & 2017-18)
Graduated with a degree in finance; on track to pursue a graduate degree at UH
Hollis has represented the University of Houston over the last four years with a standard of excellence. He has continued to give back to his community of Houston and strives to make a difference as a student-athlete by creating an environment in the locker room for his team that is all about a cohesive bond.
Hollis has taken part in numerous community service events during his time at Houston, including the following events, organizations and projects:
Student-Athlete Advisory Council Representative (2014-present)
Hurricane Harvey Volunteer (2017)
Shriners Hospitals volunteer as member of UH Baseball Team (2016, 2017)
Marathon for Kids volunteer as a member of UH Baseball Team (2014-present)
Habit for Humanity volunteer as member of UH Baseball Team (2014-present)
Hope for Soap volunteer as member of SAAC (2014-present)
Food Bank Drive volunteer as member of SAAC (2014-present)
Miracle League Buddy (2013-present)
Fisher House Volunteer (cooked meals for Military Veterans) (2016, 2017)
Hollis has acquired a long list of recognition in his time as a Cougar.
2018 Senior CLASS Award candidate
2017 Don Sanders Cup All-Series Team
2014 All-Silver Glove Series
2015 Preseason All-Conference selection
2014 Third-team All-Conference
.288 career average with 165 hits, 28 doubles and 61 RBI.
Has appeared in 173 career games, making 169 starts
Ranks second all-time with 34 career hit-by-pitches
Ranks fifth all-time in career assists with 466
Leads Houston with 18 runs in 2018 and is hitting .286 through 20 games
Helped Houston to a regular-season and conference tournament championship title in 2017
Has played as the No. 1 seed in the NCAA Houston Regional twice.
Helped Houston as a true freshman in 2014 to a 48-win season, an American Conference tournament title, Regional Championship and appearance in an NCAA Super Regional for the first time since 2003.