Hall of Fame - Athlete Category
A Dakota Collegiate grad, Scott was an all around high school athlete participating in volleyball, basketball, indoor and outdoor track, curling and soccer from 1986- 1989. He was selected as Dakota’s Outstanding Male athlete of the year in both grade 11 and 12, and was basketball MVP in grade 10 and Volleyball MVP in grade 11 and 12. In his grade 12 year, he was selected to be a member of the Canada Games team that played in Saskatoon. He went on to play for the U of M Bisons as a setter (volleyball) from 1990-1995, and in 1994 was selected as first team all Canadian and CIAU/CIS Player of the year. He was the U of M Athlete of the Year in 1995. He played professionally overseas for 13 years in countries that included Spain, France, and Qatar. Scott played for Canada’s National Team from 1995-2008, and most recently was an assistant coach for the National women’s team. He was inducted into the Manitoba Volleyball Hall of Fame in 1999, and is now Volleyball Manitoba Director of High Performance Programs.