In his first year at Southwestern, Aaron Douglas comes with experience at multiple levels. As the lead assistant coach at La Jolla Country Day from 2013-2016 his day to day responsibilities included player development, scouting, and film exchange/breakdown. In 2016 he helped lead LJCD to the D2 CIF San Diego Championship, with multiple players from that team receiving scholarship offers from D1, D2 & D3 schools.
He also served 3 years as the Middle school Director for the San Diego All Stars basketball club. In his time he organized team building events, grew the programs number of overall players and teams, and sent numerous players directly to a varsity program as freshman.
In the midst of coaching, Aaron has also become one of the most respected skills trainers in the San Diego area, training players ranging from McDonalds all Americans to current and future D1 players and international professionals.
In his lone JUCO season as a player, Aaron was able to earn the most improved player award. Afterwards moving onto the San Diego State basketball program from 2011-2013, Aaron was apart of 2 NCAA tournament teams that produced 1 Mountain West Conference championship, 2 NBA draft picks, wins over USC, UCLA, Cal, & Arizona among other ranked teams, was ranked in the top 25 nationally for 23 weeks total reaching a peak of 13th in the country, and had a combined record of 49-19 (26-8 & 23-11 respectfully).
Aaron is a graduate of San Diego State University with a Bachelors in Communication & has returned to his alma mater to pursue his Masters in Educational Leadership. He resides in San Diego with his wife Janay, and their son Tristan.