Jaron Hulme serves as the head coach of the Alderson Broaddus University soccer team.
He spent the 2016 and 2017 seasons as the assistant coach for the Battlers and will take over as head coach for his first season in 2018.
Hulme graduated in May of 2014 from AB with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Christian Studies with a minor in Athletic Coaching. He graduated Magna Cum Laude with a cumulative GPA of 3.714. Hulme was a member of the President’s List, SAAC, and a recipient of the Silver Key Award, E.W. Billings Memorial Award, and Dr. A.R. Mansberger Award among other accolades.
At AB, Hulme played in 51 games from 2010 through 2014 for the Battlers. He finished with two goals and one assist as a member of the defense.
A Robert C. Byrd High School graduate and native of Clarksburg, W.Va., Hulme moved on to attend William Penn University in Oskaloosa, Iowa after graduating from AB. He served as the Graduate Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach and earned a Masters of Business Leadership Degree this past May.
Hulme was the lead assistant to the Head Coach and was responsible for planning and overseeing weekly training sessions, game-day management, pre-game warmup sessions, and off-season individual training sessions and workouts among other duties.
In the summer of 2015, he joined Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska as the Academy Camp Soccer Coach. For the Blue Jays, who are a division I member in the Missouri Valley Conference, Hulme was responsible for training and developing 15 prospective college soccer players who hope to play at the next level after high school.
In 2014, Hulme served as the Under 15 Sharks Coach for the Mountaineer United Soccer Club in Morgantown, which is a club system for athletes in North Central West Virginia.