Scott primarily works with Siena's talented infielders.
In 2005, he helped Dominican to a winning record for the first time in program history.
Prior to his arrival in River Forest, he served on the staff at his alma mater, the Illinois Institute of Technology from June of 2000 through July of 2003. The team recorded two second place finishes and a third place finish in the Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference.
As a player at Illinois Institute of Technology he was a captain his senior and helped the program to a school record 29 wins and an NAIA Regional appearance in 2000. Scott obtained his bachelors degree in Computer Information Systems in May of 2001.