Aaron Fossas
Aaron  Fossas

RS Senior

Dudley, Mass.

High School:
Holy Name Central Catholic HS

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 200




Kelly, Fossas Ink Pro Contracts

Wake Forest graduating seniors Garrett Kelly and Aaron Fossas signed with the Twins and Reds, respectively.


Wake Forest's Season Ends in NCAA Regional

Minnesota claimed an 8-3 victory to knock out the Demon Deacons in College Station.


Wake Forest Student-Athletes Celebrate Graduation Day

Fifty-eight Wake Forest student-athletes received their degree on Monday morning at the annual Commencement Ceremony.


Wake Forest Student-Athletes Celebrate Graduation Day

Fifty-eight Wake Forest student-athletes received their degree on Monday morning at the annual Commencement Ceremony.


Wake Forest Takes Down Davidson in Ninth

Will Craig went 3-for-4 with a double and five RBIs in the 7-6 victory.


2015 Wake Forest Baseball Season Preview

Aaron Fossas and Nate Mondou preview the upcoming Wake Forest baseball season.


Wake Forest Baseball: Maryland Hype


Deacs in the Dominican - Day 1

Deacs in the Dominican - Day 1


Aaron Fossas - My Five

Aaron Fossas - My Five


Wake Forest Baseball Vs. Cancer Head Shaving

Wake Forest baseball players and coaches shaved their heads on April 19 to support the Vs. Cancer Foundation.


Wake Forest vs. No. 5 Florida State 4-19-14

Wake Forest hosted No. 5 Florida State on April 19, 2014.


2014 Wake Forest Baseball Practice

Practice is underway for the Wake Forest baseball team in 2014.


Wake Forest vs. Miami - May 12, 2013

Wake Forest defeated Miami 9-3 on Senior Day on May 12, 2013.


Wake Forest at ULM - Feb. 17, 2013

Wake Forest defeated the ULM Warhawks 11-4 on Feb. 17, 2013

Career Summary
Aaron Fossas finished his Demon Deacon tenure as a two-year team captain and had a productive career, especially before undergoing Tommy John surgery in 2015 ... Finished his career with a 7-2 record, 4.81 ERA and 12 saves, which ranks in the top 10 in program history.

2016 (Redshirt Senior)
Signed with the Cincinnati Reds as an undrafted free agent following the season ... Spent much of the season still recovering from Tommy John ... Finished with an 0-1 record and 12.27 ERA in 10 appearances ... Recorded scoreless outings against Duke, Elon and Davidson ... Struck out three batters in 2.0 hitless innings at Davidson (Apr. 5) ... Team captain for a second-straight year.

2015 (Redshirt Junior)
Pitched in five games before requiring season-ending Tommy John surgery in March ... Had a 1-0 record and a save at that point ... Picked up a save in his season debut against VCU (Feb. 14), forcing the only batter he faced to roll into a game-ending double play ... Tossed 2.0 scoreless frames in a start against UNCW (Feb. 18) ... Picked up a win over Marshall (March 1) ... Helped coach in the bullpen during the second half of the season ... Team captain.

2014 (Redshirt Sophomore)
Became the closer for Wake Forest and anchored the bullpen ... Made 27 appearances with a 5-1 record and a 3.51 ERA ... Had 10 saves which was among the leaders in the ACC ... Pitched 41.0 innings and struck out 25 ... Was named to the 2014 NCBWA Stopper of the Year Watch List ... Made his season debut against Towson (Feb. 15) in the season opener ... Earned his first win of the season against Davidson (Feb. 18) by going 5.0 innings and striking out six ... Picked up the win against Missouri (Feb. 22) while saving the following game against Radford (Feb. 23) ... Also won the game against Stony Brook (March 1) and saved the next game against Saint Louis (March 1) ... His fourth win came at Georgia Tech (March 8) after going 2.2 innings and striking out five ... Earned the save against East Carolina (March 12), Clemson (March 14), Notre Dame (March 28), Notre Dame (March 30), Maryland (April 4), Maryland (April 5), at North Carolina (April 13) and against Appalachian State (April 16) ... Picked up the win at NC State (May 12) ... Playing with the Plymouth Pilgrims in the New England Collegiate League during the summer ... Selected to the ACC All-Academic Team.

2013 (Redshirt Freshman)
Made 12 appearances out of the bullpen and proved to be one of Wake Forest's best relievers in 2013 ... Posted a 3.63 ERA and a 1-0 record ... Also had one save on the year and recorded 11 strikeouts in 22.1 innings of relief ... Made his collegiate debut on Feb. 20 at Western Carolina, pitching 0.2 innings ... Made three other appearances out of the bullpen before his breakout performance at High Point on April 9 ... Against the Panthers, he came on in the seventh inning, allowed just one hit and one walk and kept HPU scoreless over 4.1 innings to help the Deacons win 11-7 in 14 innings ... Had a stretch of 13.0 innings from March 30 - April 21 without giving up a run, pitching 13.0 innings during that time, allowing five hits and striking out seven ... Earned his first-career win on April 21 vs. Boston College, throwing 3.2 innings of relief without allowing a run ... Earned his first-career save the night before against the Eagles, needing just one out to get the save ... Went a season-high 5.2 innings of relief in a 2-1 win in 13 innings over Elon on Apr. 30 ... Did not give up a run and allowed just three hits and had a season-high three strikeouts against the Phoenix.

2012 (Freshman)
Did not see any action in 2012.

High School
Is a three-time Central Massachusetts All-Conference performer ... Named a 2009 Perfect Game All-Star ... Played in the Summer Rivalry Classic at Yankee Stadium ... Has been a member of the Holy Name varsity baseball team for five years ... Is a member of National Honor Society and has earned honor awards in English, anatomy and physiology, Spanish and math ... Was the class vice-President as a freshman and sophomore.

Born on September 2, 1992 ... Son of Misael and Nicole Fossas ... Both his mother and father ran track and cross country at Brandeis University ... Uncle Tony Fossas pitched for the Brewers, Red Sox, Cardinals, Yankees and Mariners ... Communication major.

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