Jeremy begins his 11th season with the SwampDogs in 2017, having originally joined the front office in November 2006. Jeremy was named the General Manager of the SwampDogs in August 2012. Before joining the SwampDogs, Jeremy was the Assistant GM of the Alexandria Beetles of the Northwoods League for two seasons. The Wadena, Minn. native graduated from Alexandria (Minn.) Technical College with a degree in Marketing and Sales Management, and from Northland Community Technical College (Minn.) with a degree in Radio/TV Broadcasting. Jeremy’s main responsibility for the summer is overseeing ballpark operations, along with supervising seasonal interns. Jeremy and his wife Andrea, have one daughter, Alyvia, born Sept. 2014.
Instigator of Fun
Lew has been instigating fun at “The Swamp” since the 2005 season. His main responsibility for the summer is to ensure that every fan entering the ballpark has a fun, memorable experience.
Assistant General Manager
Eric begins his first season as the Assistant GM of the SwampDogs in 2017. Prior to being hired in the Fayetteville SwampDogs front office, Lewis spent the last 11 seasons as the Athletic trainer for the Fayetteville SwampDogs. Lewis brings 15 years of management, customer service, and sales/marketing experience to “The Swamp.” Prior to the front office position at “The Swamp,” Lewis served as an EMT-Paramedic in Cumberland County. He has held multiple leadership roles in Cumberland County including, president of the North Fayetteville Youth Association for six years. Lewis also served as one of the assistant JV baseball coaches for Pine Forest High School for seven years, as well as baseball coach from the T-ball level to high school athletes.
Fayetteville SwampDogs Head Coach
Hollod was announced as the new SwampDogs head coach for the 2017 season. Hollod currently serves as the pitching coach for Riverside City College Tigers in Riverside, Ca. Prior to Riverside, Hollod served as the Director of Baseball Operations for the California State University at Northridge (CSUN) Matadors for the 2015-16 season. Before his hiring at CSUN, he was the head coach for Wilkes University Colonels, a Division III program located in Wilkes-Barre, PA. Hollod was at the helm of the Colonel program from 2013 to 2015. Before arriving at Wilkes, he served as the associate head baseball coach for the DeSales University Bulldogs in Center Valley, PA. Hollod was the associate head coach at Southern Utah University in 2010 after a stint with Willamette University in Salem, Oregon. He began his coaching career spending six seasons with the University of Portland. This will be Hollod’s first head coaching experience in the Coastal Plain League, but not in collegiate summer baseball. He handled head coaching duties for the Willmar Stingers of the Northwoods League from 2010 to 2013. Matt and his wife, Tra-My, are new parents to their daughter, Amelia!
Chief Hospitality Expert of Fantertainment
Ethan has been growing up in Fayetteville for the past 12 years. Graduating from Whitmore School at 17, he began accumulating customer service and sales experience. Ethan worked as game night staff with the Swamp for the 2014 and 2015 seasons selling, popcorn, cracker jacks, hotdogs, drinks, and the like in the stands with catchy song parodies. Now he is back full-time to help each fan find the right ticket package for their schedule and helping everyone have an incredibly fun night.
Leo is from Scottsdale, Arizona and graduated from the University of Michigan this Spring. In addition to his media relations responsibilities, Leo serves as the voice of the SwampDogs on CPL Web Pass. Leo spent four seasons calling University of Michigan athletics for WCBN-FM in Ann Arbor, as well as Big Ten Network broadcasts of various conference games. He is looking forward to telling the story of each game as it unfolds while working to provide the best coverage of SwampDogs baseball in between each and every game on GoSwampDogs.com.
Chase is from San Angelo, Texas and attends the University of South Carolina in Columbia. He is majoring in sports entertainment management and law, with aspirations of being a sports agent. Before beginning at USC, he was an aerospace engineer for the US Air National Guard. He will be trying out for the football team this summer with the Gamecocks. Chase is looking forward to a great season with The SwampDogs and learning a lot!
Emily is from Preston, Connecticut and is a rising senior at Clemson University. Emily is majoring in marketing, plays club softball, and works with the athletic operations department. At Clemson, she also interns with the athletic department in the Clemson athletics department. Her aspirations are to work anywhere in the sports field! Emily is most excited to gain some experience and meet new people!
Mark is from Carmel, Indiana. He is a rising junior at the University of Evansville. Mark is majoring in data science and economics. At Evansville, he is the manager of the men’s basketball team. His dream job is to work a front office statistics job at a professional baseball or basketball team. Mark is most excited to be part of the SwampDogs front office team. During his short 19 years, he has been to 12 MLB stadiums.