2012 [Junior]: Returned from injury to make 11 late-season appearances for AUM, including nine starts … had one goal and four assists … named to the Southern States Athletic Conference All-Academic team … picked up his first assist 31 minutes into his first game at Lee on Oct. 11 … had a season and career-high three points at William Carey on Oct. 17, finishing with a goal and an assist in AUM’s 3-2 win … opened the scoring two minutes into the game, and assisted on Elvar Sigurdsson’s winner with a half hour left … added assists at Spring Hill (Oct. 20) and in a rematch with the Badgers on Nov. 3 … totaled 12 shots and two shots on goal, with a season-high three shots at William Carey.
2011 [Sophomore]: Played in 19 of the team's 21 games, starting every game he appeared in … had one goal and one assist on the season … scored his first goal at AUM against William Carey in the first round of the SSAC tournament on Nov. 5 … picked up his assist on Sept. 29 against Brewton-Parker … finished season with 14 shots and six shots on goal … had a season-high three shots against Graceland (Aug. 26) and Emmanuel (Oct. 1) … also added two blocks … a member of the SSAC All-Academic team.
2010 [Freshman]: Saw action in 17 matches, earning the starting nod in 16 … scored four points, all on assists … finished the season with five shots in five different matches … tallied a pair of assists against Lee on Sept. 18 … added an assist in back-to-back games, first against Montevallo on Sept. 29, and then against Southern Poly on Oct. 2 … played 1,212 minutes on the year, including a season-best 90 against Lee and Mobile on Oct. 26 … averaged 71.5 minutes per match.
Prep: Attended Kolleg St. Thomas in Vechta, Germany, where he played soccer for head coach Stephan Bunker … played club soccer for VFL Oythe, SV Werder Bremen and VFL Osnabruck.
Personal: Full name is Christian Kleine Holthaus … born February 3, 1990 … is the son of Fronz and Andrea Holthaus … has an older brother, Florian, and a younger sister, Antje … is majoring in international business management.
|00||Bosko Kovacevic||SR||GK||6-1||180||Krusevac, Serbia|
|1||Vignir Johannesson||JR||GK||6-2||185||Kopavogur, Iceland|
|2||Taian Souza||JR||D||5-11||170||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil|
|3||Eyjolfur Eyjolfsson||JR||D||6-4||185||Reykjavik, Iceland|
|4||Mathis Kroeger||FR||D||6-0||175||Bremen, Germany|
|5||Matias Aristegui||SR||D||6-1||200||North Miami, Fla.|
|6||Niklas Hunold||FR||D||6-2||170||Lueneburg, Germany|
|7||Baron Watson||JR||F||5-7||140||Mandeville, Jamaica|
|8||Sebastian Wladyko||FR||MF||6-2||180||Rangsdorf, Germany|
|9||Cesar Kestring||JR||F||6-1||180||Sao Paulo, Brazil|
|10||Christian Holthaus||JR||MF||5-9||150||Vechta, Germany|
|11||Axel Vignisson||SO||D||5-10||170||Reykjavik, Iceland|
|12||Angel Gonzalez||SR||F||5-9||170||Cartago, Costa Rica|
|13||Dagur Jonsson||SO||D||5-11||170||Gardabaer, Iceland|
|14||Agust Arnarson||FR||F||5-11||170||Kopavogur, Iceland|
|15||Zack Chanthongphio||SO||MF||5-9||140||Opelika, Ala.|
|16||Carl Ackered||SO||F||6-0||170||Tyreso, Sweden|
|17||Daniel Grobelny||FR||D||6-4||190||Stuttgart, Germany|
|19||Alexander Neubarth||FR||D||6-1||175||Bremen, Germany|
|21||Elvar Sigurdsson||SO||MF||6-0||175||Kopavogur, Iceland|
|22||Moritz Wolf-Weisbrod||FR||D||5-11||160||Munich, Germany|
|23||Atli Johannsson||SO||D||6-4||190||Reykjavik, Iceland|
|24||Vitor Silva||JR||MF||5-8||145||Sao Paulo, Brazil|