|Title:||Assistant Men's Basketball Coach|
Eric Chisholm enters his fourth year as an assistant coach of the Earlham men’s basketball team for the 2018-2019 season.
For the 2017-18 season, Chisholm helped head coach Jason Polykoff achieve several benchmarks for the Quakers. Earlham earned the most conference victories since joining the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference. The Quakers’ eight wins were the most for Earlham since 2006-2007. Senior Elijah Wilson Thomas was tabbed with All-HCAC honors, led the HCAC in 3FG made per game, and reached the 1,000-point club for his career.
In 2016-17, Chisholm helped head coach Jason Polykoff lead the Quakers to their best overall record in a decade.
Previously, Chisholm spent two years as a member of the Cedarville University men's basketball team. In that time, Cedarville earned a record of 50-12 winning a regular season conference championship and a conference tournament championship. Cedarville made the NAIA Tournament twice with a third round appearance and achieved a No. 1 national ranking during the 2008-2009 season.
Chisholm guided the U16 Dayton Metro AAU boys’ basketball team in 2008. Three players from that team went on to play college basketball.
Chisholm was a four-year starter at Cedarville High School. He holds the record for most career assists and was voted all-conference honorable mention his senior year. Cedarville won two sectional titles and a conference championship in his four years.
He is a 2011 graduate of Cedarville University and earned his MBA from Wright State in 2013.
Chisholm and his wife, Amanda, reside in Richmond with their four children: daughters, Mei-Li and Saoirse, as well as sons, Praetorian and SJ.