Aaron Labrie serves as the Cyclone's Assistant Director of Baseball Operations and is responsible for instruction and coaching. He also serves as the head coach of the Cyclones JV/Varsity baseball teams. Aaron attended Washington high school in Sioux Falls, SD and graduated in 2009. He was named Washington Pitcher of the year twice. Aaron ended his high school career with a 20-0 record and a 1.30 era.
Aaron later attended Wichita State University and played under hall of fame coaches, Gene Stephenson and Brent Kemnitz. During his career at Wichita State Aaron compiled a record of 12-5. Aaron holds the record for lowest single season era in Wichita state history with a 0.83 era in 2013 and 4th for the most appearances in a single season at 33. LaBrie is also 4th in career era at 2.42 and 8th in appearances at 91.
Aaron has spent his entire life traveling across the country for baseball. In the summer of 2010 Aaron played summer baseball for the El Dorado Broncos in the Jayhawk league. In the summer of 2011 Aaron traveled to Oregon to play summer baseball for the Klamath Falls Gems in the West Coast League. In the summer of 2012 Aaron played summer ball for the Wilson Tobbs in Wilson, NC for the Coastal Plains League. In the Coastal Plains league Aaron posted a 2.11 era In 39 innings pitched and 8 saves.
Aaron began working for the Cyclones in the summer of 2013 where he worked alongside Steve Phillips as his assistant coach and has been part of the Cyclones organization ever since. In the Spring of 2021 Aaron was inducted into the South Dakota High School Baseball Hall of Fame.