Greg Scott

Head Coach – Northeast 2020

Greg Scott

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Coach Greg Scott was at a lacrosse tournament at Rochester Institute of Technology when he noticed a team of players kneeling in prayer before their game. As he watched, he noticed that they didn’t compete with arrogance or cockiness but with humility while competing at a high skill level. He asked a few questions about the team and found out they were part of FCA Lacrosse. The next summer, Scott was coaching for the ministry. Now the FCA Northeast Coaching Director, Scott works with the FCA Lacrosse coaches while staying active as a coach himself, serving as the 2019-2020 Syracuse coach. In his time with FCA, Scott’s teams have earned one Lake Placid Lacrosse Tournament title and a U15 National Championship.

As an athlete, Scott was an All-League goalie at New York’s Rush-Henrietta High School in 1987. He competed for Keuka College from 1987-1990 and set a Division III record for saves in a single game (53) in 1988. After finishing his career, he turned to coaching and earned a reputation for winning while serving as the head coach at Lafayette H.S. In his time with the Lancers, his teams went 110-10, earning three Section III titles and two state championships and Scott himself was named the New York State Coach of the Year in 2003. Now the head coach at New York’s Tully High School, he hopes to continue his winning ways while making a positive difference in the lives of his athletes.

Raised in a Christian home, Scott came to know Christ as a child and deepened his relationship with the Lord at a men’s retreat in 2006. He and his wife, Chrisi, reside in Baldwinsville, N.Y., with their three children: Kylee, Camryn and Casey. In his free time Scott likes to shoot on goal with his kids, go camping with his family, play PlayStation hockey with his son and just relax with his wife.