Currently coaching: 16-1 Gold
Aaron Wayne began his volleyball career at the age of 10 where his passion for the sport took him to a very successful career. Aaron has achieved success at multiple levels including a state championship and runner-up while attending Catholic Memorial High School in Waukesha, Wisconsin. He has also won at the club level as a 14-1’s national champion and an 18-1’s national runner-up at JO’s with North Shore Milwaukee Volleyball Club. His drive to become the best player on the court led him to UW-Oshkosh where he won a back-to-back national titles and two separate runner-up titles during his tenure. He became a four time All-American including a second team nomination and Libero of the Year on three occasions. Due to his tremendous success, Aaron was inducted into the Wisconsin Volleyball Conference Hall of Fame this past April.
Aaron’s passion for the game led him to a coaching position at Brookfield Central High School where he became the assistant Varsity boys coach in 2010. In a three year span, Aaron changed the culture of the program and turned Brookfield Central into a top 3 ranked school in 2012; a feat that has never been achieved in school history. Unfortunately, Brookfield Central fell one game short of their first ever state bid.
Aaron is entering his 2nd year with Vital.