Southeastern baseball coach Mike Metheny has announced the addition of Aaron Cornell to serve as the team's graduate assistant.
Cornell is a graduate of Oklahoma State where he played the 2012 and 2013 seasons.
He was an Academic All-Big 12 selection as a senior and helped his team to a regional championship while hitting .342 with runners in scoring position and added a perfect 12-of-12 stealing bases.
He started his career at Eastern Oklahoma State where he hit .389 with 17 doubles, five triples and 37 RBI while leading the team to a conference championship.
He has an extensive summer league background both as a coach and as a player, serving the summer of 2015 as an assistant coach for the East Texas Pumpjacks of the Texas Collegiate League.
In 2014 he played for the Hays Larks in Kansas where he hit over .300 and helped his team to a third-place finish in the NBC World Series.
He played four seasons in all for the Larks following his high school career at Roff High School where he helped his team to state championships in baseball and basketball over his four years as a starter.