Where Did Aaron Judge Go To College?

Where Did Aaron Judge Go To College? Baseball player Aaron James Judge plays outfield for the New York Yankees of MLB.

During his first season in 2017, Judge was voted AL Rookie of the Year and AL Runner-Up for AL MVP.

Aaron Judge is a gigantic man who dominates the plate when he strikes. He is one of the heaviest guys to play in the professional leagues, standing 6-foot-7 and weighing 282 pounds.

The phrase “Home run hitter” may be placed in front of his name without much of a stretch of the imagination because it is so self-evident.

If someone of that size can also be athletic, then it seems inevitable that they would be able to get their hands on a baseball. However, this wasn’t always the situation.

Aaron Judge had a childhood very similar to other Americans who grew up in small towns, as he did so in Linden, California.

His early years were spent participating in various athletic endeavors thanks to his adoption at birth by two local educators. His formative years were primarily spent in football, basketball, and baseball.

Where Did Aaron Judge Go To College?

Judge, who eventually reached a height of 6 feet 7 inches (2.01 meters), went to Linden High School, where he excelled in three different sports during his time there.

On the baseball team, he was a pitcher and played first base. On the football team, he was a wide receiver. On the basketball team, he played center.

In football, he scored seventeen touchdowns, a school record, and in hoops, he averaged the most points per game (18.2).

He was a member of the Linden High School baseball team that qualified for the playoffs of the California Interscholastic Federation Division III while he was there.

In 2010, Judge received his diploma from Linden High.

Although Notre Dame, Stanford, and UCLA all tried to get Judge to play tight end for their football teams, he ultimately chose baseball.

The Oakland Athletics drafted him in the 31st round of the 2010 Major League Baseball (MLB) draught, but instead, he attended California State University, Fresno (Fresno State) to play baseball for the Fresno State Bulldogs of the Western Athletic Conference (WAC).

Judge was a member of the 2011 Fresno State baseball team that finished in first place in the Western Athletic Conference (WAC), won the WAC Tournament, and advanced to the NCAA Division I Baseball Championships.

Upon entering college, Louisville Slugger recognized him as a rising star.
He took first place in the TD Ameritrade College Home Run Derby in 2012.

In 2012, he was a member of the Brewster Whitecaps, a team in the Cape Cod Baseball League.

Judge topped the Bulldogs in home runs, doubles, and RBI in his junior year (RBIs).

All-Conference honours were bestowed upon Judge in each of his three years with the Bulldogs, first in the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) his freshman and sophomore years, and then in the Mountain West Conference (MW) during his junior year (the Bulldogs joined the MW in July 2012, between his sophomore and junior seasons)

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