Aaron Rose

Aaron Rose

Assistant Coach

Playing Career:

Aaron graduated from Lynnwood High School in 2012.  He played 1 year of varsity baseball at Marysville Pilchuck High School as a pitcher and outfielder under head coach Kurt Koshelnik from 2009-2011.  Aaron transferred to Lynnwood HS for his senior year, but was ruled ineligible due to WIAA transfer rules.

Aaron also played select baseball for multiple summer teams with Marysville Baseball Club, Seattle Stars, Seattle Select u18 under coach Jake Beattiger, and also the Seattle Titans baseball program.

Aaron went on to play college baseball and signed a letter of intent with Shoreline Community College in 2013.  He committed to the Dolphins as a pitcher and played for one year under head coach Ryan Browne.  Aaron continued to play college baseball and transferred to the NAIA school St. Katherine’s College in San Marcos, California in 2014 and also pitched for the Thunderbirds under Head Coach Justin Johnson.  A severe leg injury ended Aaron’s playing career.

Coaching Career:

Aaron coached with the Washington Rush u16 baseball program under Jake Beattiger for one season in 2015.  Aaron enlisted in the Navy and was active military for 2 years serving our country before being honorably discharged.   Aaron has decided to pursue his passion again for baseball and return to coaching as an assistant coach for the Knights in 2017.