Lead Pitching Instructor
Coach Scott played softball for Lake Michigan College (Benton harbor, MI) from 1988-1990. She helped lead the Lady Indians softball team to back-to-back NJCAA Region XII championships and a national fifth place finish in 1989 and a national ninth place finish in 1990. She received several accolades including First Team All-Conference, All-State, All-Region, and Second Team NJCAA All-American.
Coach Scott transferred to Western Michigan University on a full softball scholarship in 1991. While at WMU, she was a First Team All Mid-American Conference pitcher in 1991 and 1992, compiling an impressive 0.95 ERA in 1991 and a 0.96 ERA in 1992. She also holds the all-time single season records at WMU for innings pitched and complete games.
Following WMU, Coach Scott earned a master's degree in education from Marygrove College and went on to become an athletic director, physical education teacher and a health/fitness teacher in the Detroit area for more than 10 years. She is currently a teacher at Henry Ford Academy in Dearborn, MI.
Coach Scott coaches at University of Michigan Dearborn.
Coach Scott focuses much of her time mentoring young athletes to not only reach their full potential, but also the skills and attributes necessary to become a leader among their peers. She has extensive experience in the development and execution of successful softball clinics, camps and personal instruction sets that include all aspects of softball training with a specialized focus on pitching skill sets.