Monday, May 07, 2018

For Immediate Release
Contact: Bill Davidson
Office: (765) 464-6810


LAFAYETTE, IN – May 7, 2018 – The Chairman of the Lafayette Aviators, Bill Davidson, announced today that Aviators Business Manager Zach Chartrand has been promoted to General Manager of the Aviators.

“Part of our commitment when we acquired the Aviators was for the team to be locally managed and operated,” said Davidson.  “In working with Zach during the acquisition process, we became comfortable that based on his business acumen, history with the Aviators, and vision, that he would be an exceptional leader for this next chapter of Aviators baseball.”

Zach began with the Aviators in March 2017.  Prior to coming to Lafayette, he worked for MKE Sports & Entertainment in Milwaukee in ticket sales and corporate sponsorships.  Zach graduate from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a Bachelor of Business Administration in both Marketing and Human Resources.

Tracy Fuller has been hired by the Aviators as the Business Development Manager.  She brings significant experience in the sports industry to the front office, having served with numerous sports organizations in the past number of years including the Indianapolis Colts, Chicago White Sox, Indy Fuel Hockey, The Game Haus, Orange County Novastars, and Chevrolet's Indy Car and NASCAR Series.

Tracy is a former graduate of Indiana State University, where she earned her Master’s in Recreation and Sports Management.  She also earned a Bachelor’s in Media Arts and Animation from the Illinois Institute of Art.

The Aviators won the 2017 Prospect League Championship and begin their defense of the title at Loeb Stadium on May 30 versus the Terre Haute Rex. Ticket packages are available at lafayettebaseball.com or by calling (765) 464-6810.


The Lafayette Aviators are a summer collegiate baseball team, playing at historic Loeb Stadium in Lafayette, Indiana. The Aviators are proud members of the Prospect League, a top summer collegiate baseball league operating with eleven teams from Illinois to Pennsylvania.

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