Jae Fadde is in his sixth year as a Texas A&M Football Assistant Video Coordinator. Fadde came to College Station from Purdue University, where he served in a similar capacity as a graduate assistant.
While at Purdue, Fadde developed a film training system designed for linebackers and defensive backs called GameSense. Fadde was awarded a $1,500 grant in the Burton Morgan National Business Plan contest for his work on GameSense, and earned his M.S. in Sports Administration & Pedagogy from Purdue in 2008.
As an undergraduate Fadde was a starting pitcher and captain for the University of Southern Indiana baseball team, where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in communication in 2006.
Starting in the spring of 2013 Fadde split his off season duties with the Texas A&M Baseball staff as Video Coordinator. In this role he worked hand in hand with Coach Rob Childress’ staff identifying and addressing team and coaching video needs for their inaugural season in the SEC.
In May 2013 Fadde was awarded the Texas A&M Athletic Department Teammate of the Month Award in recognition of his work with Aggie Baseball.
Fadde was the pitching coach for the 2007 runner-up state champion Lafayette Post 11 American Legion baseball team.
A native of West Lafayette, Indiana, Fadde is the son of Patricia Sullivan and Peter Fadde, Former Big Ten Video Coordinator of the Year. His sister, Elizabeth, played softball for the University of Kentucky.
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