Aaron Tritch

NSCAA Advanced National Diploma

NSCAA National Diploma

Aaron has recently joined the staff after having been involved in coaching the college game and club level for the past 9 years. Throughout high school 2000-2004 he played for various club teams including Wyoming Valley S.C., F.C. Leeds (now PA Classics), HMMS, and F.C. Super Nova. Aaron played 4 years of varsity soccer at Meadowbrook Christian School in Milton PA where he was a 2x captain, Athlete of the Year for Northumberland County, and Team MVP along with various conference and district honors.

During his time at Eastern University while earning his degree and teaching certificate in Elementary Education, he was all conference first team and PAC Championship MVP. In 2008 Aaron was named Best Male Athlete as the recipient of the Award of Excellence in Eastern Universities Athletic Department having lead his team in goals and to two rounds in the NCAA tournament.

Aaron coached for two years with the Eastern Eagles as a graduate assistant from 2008-2010 and was part of the Women’s Soccer programs trip to the NCAA Elite 8 in 2008. Upon finishing graduate school with a Master’s degree in Multicultural Education, Aaron started the women’s soccer program at Rosemont College in 2011. The Ravens have made conference playoffs for the past 4 seasons boasting a 38-31-4 record, and in 2014 he was named Colonial States Athletic Conference Coach of the Year for Women’s Soccer.

Aaron is also the Head Women’s Coach for 360 Soccer’s U-23 College Summer Program.