Aaron Klotz enters his 19th season overall as a member of the Adrian College coaching staff. A full-time coach at Adrian from 1999-2007, Klotz has moved into a part-time coaching spot.
Klotz has tutored the likes of MLB draft pick Ryan Dorow, Hunter Hayes, Bobby Rickstad, Todd Meyers, Alex Cowart, Brian Bilius and Kyle Strawn – who have all been named MIAA Position Players of the Year at Adrian College.
Klotz started for four years at second base for Coach Rainey from 1995-98 and was first team All-MIAA his junior year. He was also voted the MIAA’s MVP in 1997. His greatest honor was in 1997 when he was named First Team All-Mideast as selected by Rawlings, the first player ever in school history to obtain this honor in baseball. Klotz, also was a four year starter on the football team during his time as well. He was named First Team All-MIAA in 1996 and 1997, while also being named 3rd Team All American by USA Football in 1997.
Klotz graduated from Adrian in 1998 with a degree in health, physical education and recreation with an emphasis on teaching. He was inducted into the Adrian College Athletic Hall of Fame in 2008. Klotz is also the owner of the Adrian Dirtbags Baseball organization.
He is currently employed by ProGrass Synthetic Turf Systems as their Vice President of Sales and Marketing. He resides in Adrian with his wife, Alison, and their kids - Logan and Alexis.