Aaron Reeves joined the coaching staff for the Oral Roberts track and field program as an assistant in September 2018 and will take over as the jumps coach for the Golden Eagles.
A USATF Level I certified coach, he previously acted as an assistant coach at Coffeyville Community College from 2012 to 2018 primarily working with jumpers, but also assisted with sprinters, hurdlers and recruiting efforts. He coached four national champions and 30 NJCAA All-Americans, while his athletes broke numerous school records during his six-year stint with the Red Ravens.
Reeves also assisted in the development of Andre De Grasse during his time at Coffeyville before the sprinter went on to win three medals at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games for Canada. De Grasse picked up a silver in the 200 meters and added bronze medals in the 100 meters and 4x100 meter relay.
He served as the head men's and women's golf coach for the Red Ravens in addition to his track and field duties, planned and taught introductory algebra courses and acted as an academic advisor for student-athletes at Coffeyville.
Prior to his time at Coffeyville, Reeves spent five years as an assistant with the 3D Elite Track Club in Tulsa where he designed and implemented workouts along with coaching and mentoring the athletes.
As a student-athlete, he was a NJCAA national qualifier in the decathlon in 2006 and was named a Distinguished Academic All-American at Coffeyville. Reeves went on to place in the Sun Belt Conference Championship indoor heptathlon twice for Louisiana-Monroe as well as at the outdoor meet with the Warhawks.
He also works at KTUL Channel 8 in Tulsa as a fill in, on air meteorologist, while assisting in severe weather coverage for the network.
Reeves earned a Bachelor of Science degree in atmospheric science from the University of Louisiana at Monroe in 2010 after obtaining his Associate of Arts degree at Coffeyville Community College in 2006.