Aaron played his high school career at St. Elizabeth's High School from 1996-2000. Aaron started varsity as a freshman. From Aaron's sophomore year until his senior year, he received 1st team All-Catholic and 1st team All-State Outfield. During Aaron's senior year, he led the state in 5 offensive categories (Average, hits, runs scored, stolen bases, doubles). Aaron graduated from St. Elizabeth's holding several individual records while playing under Coach Tom Beddow.
Aaron continued to succeed at the game as he moved on to Cecil Community College during the 2001 and 2002 seasons. During both seasons, Aaron was named to the all-Maryland region team under Coach Charlie O'Brien. During Aaron's sophomore season, he led his team to a record of 40-9, while leading his team in several offensive categories.
During the 2003 and 2004 season, Aaron transferred to Wilmington College to complete his college career. Again, Aaron led his team in multiple offensive categories while batting leadoff under Coach Matt Brainard. During the 2003 season, Aaron was named Mid Atlantic Player of the year and he received 1st team All-American Honors and CACC Player of the Year and 1st team all-region and Regional Player of the year. Aaron led the Wildcats in 9 offensive categories. He hit over .370 for his career along with over 125 career hits. Aaron also completed his two season with 18 home runs and 70 RBI's and scored over 90 runs. In 2010, Aaron was inducted into the Wilmington College/University Hall of Fame for Baseball. He graduated in 2005 from Wilmington University.
From 2001-2010, Aaron played in the Delaware Semi-Pro league. During his 9 years, Aaron was the Rookie of the Year, MVP of the All-Star Game, MVP of the league, and won 4 Semi-Pro champions (3 Local 74/1 Canada Dry) with 8 All-Star appearances.
Aaron began his coaching duties at St. Elizabeth's High School from 2005-2009 as the JV and assistant Varsity coach under Tom Beddow. In 2010-2012, Aaron moved on to William Penn High School as a varsity assistant coach under Brock Donavon and John Henry.
Aaron was hired as the Head Varsity Coach at DMA in 2013. During his time at DMA, Aaron has had 1 player selected in the MLB Draft, 12 players move on to play collegiate baseball (DMA had 1 player move on to play collegiate baseball in the previous 8 years of school existence), and he has led the way with earning the school's first State Tournament wins in school history. Aaron continues to lead the Seahawks as of today.
Aaron has been a Wilmington Police Office since 2008.
Head Baseball Coach
Our beginner program will work on teaching and improving fundamentals like throwing, catching, hitting, bunting, fielding, base running, pitching and position play. Players will be placed in small groups and have the chance to practice the skills that they have learned. Scrimmage games will be held to work on all aspects of playing and learning the game of baseball.
Our Advanced program will feature continued instruction on pitching, hitting, and offensive skills. The camp will include small group instruction on pitching mechanics, techniques, and velocity improvement. Offensive skill work will include a variety of hitting drills, bunting, and base running.
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