Andy Scott Named Head Coach of Varsity Baseball


The Park School is pleased to announce that Andy Scott has been named Head Coach of the Bruins Varsity Baseball Team.

The past three years, Scott has served as an assistant coach for Park. Prior to that, after serving two years as an assistant at St. George’s Independent School in Memphis, Tennessee, he was named the head coach, where he led the Gryphons to two straight 20+ win seasons before relocating to Baltimore. Scott also served as an assistant coach at the college level for six years, with stops at Keuka College, Rhodes College, and Christian Brothers University.

Scott played at Providence College from 1998–1999 before transferring and ultimately graduating from Belmont Abbey College in 2002, where he was a pre-season All-American selection prior to his senior year.

“I have had the great pleasure of being an assistant coach here for the last three years,” said Scott. “We have a great group of young men at Park and I’m excited to continue to build the program with them.”

In addition to his head coaching responsibilities, Andy Scott is a valued member of the Park Communications office.

Congratulations to Coach Scott.

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