Aaron Biddle enters his 4th season with the Wabash Valley baseball program. Biddle helps in all phases of the program including recruiting, fundraising, and strength and conditioning. On the field, Biddle serves as the Pitching Coach.
In Biddle's three seasons at The Bash, the Warriors have combined to win 142 games, 2 regular season GRAC titles, two Sectional titles, three Region titles, a District title and a 3rd place finish at the JUCO World Series. In that time, the Warriors have seen two players drafted and 44 players move onto four year schools, inlcuding 40 to Division I schools.
Biddle comes to Wabash Valley after spending the previous eight seasons at Brescia University including the last five seasons as the program's Head Baseball Coach. While at Brescia, Biddle recorded the second most wins in school history for a Head Coach, while leading his club to a school record 35 wins in 2014 and earning KIAC Coach of the Year. Biddle's teams saw 14 players named 1st Team All-Conference, 15 players named 2nd Team All-Conference, six Conference Gold Glovers, Two Conference Freshman of the Year, One Conference Player of the Year, One Conference Pitcher of the Year, One Male Athlete of the Year and One Second Team NAIA All-American.
Biddle has also spent three years as the Pitching Coach at Brescia, two years at Kentucky Wesleyan College and three years at The University of Texas-Brownsville.
Biddle has also spent 5 summers coaching in collegiate summer leagues, including 4 of those with the Owensboro franchise in the Ohio Valley League. In 2014 and 2018 Biddle served as the General Manager for the Owensboro franchise. During those summers the team won both the Regular Season Championship and the Playoff Championship.
In Biddle's sixteen seasons coaching collegiate baseball, he has coached 27 players who have gone on to sign professional contracts, including two players who have reached the Major Leagues.
As a student-athlete, Coach Biddle played two seasons for Kentucky Wesleyan College and earned a B.A. in Sports and Fitness Management. He spent the first two seasons of his collegiate career at St. Catharine College (NJCAA-II), where he was an integral member of the Patriots 2000 squad that finished the season ranked 6th in the nation.
Biddle currently resides in Owensboro, KY with his two children, Trevor (17) and Mackenzie (13).