In 2018, Aybar coached College Diver Casey Sherman to another spectacular year as she continued her record-breaking streak of improving her old school records from 2015. She also qualified and competed in the DI NCAA Zone Championship for the 3rd consecutive year.
In the 2015, Aybar coached College Diver Casey Sherman who broke diving records in the one meter (11 dives) with a score of 424.28 at the Worcester City Championship and in the three meter (six dives) verses Sacred Heart with a score of 292.35. Sherman competed in the NCAA Zone Diving Championship in both the one and three meter dives. Sherman finished 10th in the three meter dives at the Patriot League Championship.
In 2008, Aybar coached Adam DeVito to new school records on the three meter and one meter diving boards. Devito narrowly missed qualifying for the NCAA Zone Diving Championship and took fifth on the three meter board at the Patriot League Championship.
Aybar has had four student-athletes named Patriot League Diver of the Week and multiple divers earn Worcester City Championship Diver of the Meet honors.
A 1999 graduate of Clark University, Aybar was a four-year member of the swimming and diving team. He received the Most Improved Diver award in 1996 and holds the record for the one meter and three meter springboards. He also served as the head diving coach for Clark University and WPI from 2000 to 2003. He has been the head diving coach for the Nashawtuc Country Club team from the summer of 2000 to the present.
Aybar is currently a Spanish teacher in the Worcester Public School System at Doherty Memorial High School with a Masters in Education (School Administration). He makes his home in Webster with his wife Marisol and their 16 years old son Wil, Jr. and 2 years old Mia.