Coach Scott, a native Washingtonian, learned volleyball at age 8 on the shores of Bethany Beach, Delaware. He played Men’s USAV on the high school team while attending Seneca Valley High School. He was a charter member of the varsity co-ed team in 1981 playing for Seneca Valley HS in Germantown, MD taking second overall in Montgomery County. Coach Scott was a four-year starter for George Mason University men’s varsity where he helped The Patriots earn bronze twice in the final four at UCLA in 1984 and again in 1985. During his tenure at GMU, Coach Scott earned All-EIVA and All-American honors as a senior in 1985. Scott was invited to play with the U.S. Men’s National Team during the summer of 1985 after his senior year at Mason. Scott played on two D.C. metropolitan teams, Washington Volleyball Club and Club Annapolis, after college over the next two decades. During his USAV tenure, Scott’s teams earned numerous top-10 finishes including a silver medal in the open gold division where he earned All-American Second Team honors (1989), and a gold medal in the open silver division.
Coach Graf began his coaching career at his alma mater as an assistant coach for the men’s varsity (1987 – 1990) where he helped them to a fourth place finish in their final appearance in the NCAA final four. Coach Scott continued coaching beginning in 2005 with local girls and boys club teams with multiple teams making appearances at USAV Junior Nationals. Coach Scott specializes in the middle attack position, blocking and advanced tactics.
Scott was named "2008 Coach of the Year" by the Capital Gazette.
Maryland 4A State Champions - 2008 & 2009
Maryland East Region Champions - 2008 & 2009
Anne Arundel County Champions - 2008
Captain Iobst, USMC
2/C Michaela White
2/C Kieran O'Sullivan