Finished his career as a three-year letterwinner for the Deacons from 2010-12 ... Point guard who provided a steady option off the bench ... Served as the team's backup point guard in 2010-11 while Tony Chennault sat out with an injury ... Joined the squad as a non-scholarship player in October 2009 ... Served as a valuable member of the scout team in practice.
Played in 10 games off the bench, including seven in conference play ... Averaged 1.5 minutes per game ... Saw his most extensive action of the season against Wofford (Jan. 2), finishing with a rebound and a steal in six minutes on the court ... Scored his only point of the year by going 1-for-2 at the free throw line vs. North Carolina (Jan. 31) ... Dished out his only assist of the season late in the game at Georgia Tech (Mar. 3) ... Also saw action vs. Arizona State (Nov. 25), vs. Florida State (Jan. 25), at Virginia (Feb. 8), at Miami (Feb. 18), vs. Boston College (Feb. 25), vs. Duke (Feb. 28) on Senior Night and vs. Maryland (March 8) in the ACC Tournament.
Played in 16 games off the bench ... Averaged 2.8 minutes per game ... Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll ... Played a career-high 14 minutes in his season debut vs. Hampton ... Served as the team's backup point guard when Tony Chennault was out with a broken foot ... Saw action in nine conference games and finished with one point and one rebound against Florida State ... Finished with three points, an assist and a steal on the season ... Missed the Holy Cross game with the flu ... Saw his first extensive collegiate action vs. Hampton (Nov. 15) ... Played 14 minutes off the bench vs. the Pirates and did not commit a single turnover ... Recorded a steal in six minutes of action at Elon (Nov. 20) ... Scored his first career points with a bucket vs. Marist (Nov. 23) ... Played in his first career ACC game at Georgia Tech (Jan. 19) ... Pulled down a rebound and went 1-for-2 at the free throw line vs. Florida State (Feb. 19) ... Also saw action vs. VCU (Nov. 16), Winthrop (Nov. 22), Iowa (Nov. 30), High Point (Jan. 5), Florida State (Feb. 1), NC State (Feb. 13), North Carolina (Feb. 15), Virginia Tech (Feb. 22), Clemson (Feb. 26), Georgia Tech (Mar. 3) and Boston College (Mar. 6).
Saw action in two games off the bench ... Made his collegiate debut vs. High Point (Nov. 18) and pulled down a defensive rebound ... Dished out his first career assist vs. Elon (Dec. 13).
A 2008 graduate of Christ School in Asheville, N.C. ... Played for Coach David Gaines ... Helped the Greenies to three state championships in four years ... Claimed state titles in his freshman, junior and senior seasons ... Helped Christ School to a 29-4 record as a junior in 2006-07 and a 34-2 record as a senior in 2007-08 ... Received the team's Most Improved Player award as a sophomore ... Served as a team captain as a senior ... High school teammate of Duke's Mason and Miles Plumlee and South Carolina's Malik Cooke and Lakeem Jackson ... Also high school teammates with Harvard's Dee Giger and Winthrop's Reggie King ... Earned four letters in basketball and three in golf ... Played AAU ball for the Carolina Kings under coach Jay Johnston ... Honor student ... Member of the National Honor Society.
Given name is Aaron Banks Ingle ... Son of David and Elaine Ingle ... Has one younger brother ... Born August 2, 1989, in Asheville, N.C. ... Graduated in May 2012 with a degree in health and exercise science.