USPTA Elite Professional
PTR Master of Tennis Performance
USTA High Performance Coach
ITPA Tennis Performance Trainer
RacquetFit Level One & Level Two
PPR Pickleball Coach
PPTR Platform Coach
A Level 3 USPTA Elite Professional, Scott serves as the Director of the Professional Tennis Management (PTM) Program at Methodist University. He also runs numerous USTA junior and adult tournaments and coaches a several select junior tennis players as a Staff Professional at Charlotte Tennis Academy.
In addition to serving as the President of USPTA North Carolina, Scott currently serves on the USTA National Sportsmanship Task Force, USTA/Southern Pro Relations Committee, the USTA/North Carolina Board of Directors and several other committees. Certified as a USTA High Performance Coach, he is also a BlazePod Master Trainer and developed the BlazePod Tennis Drills & Skills Handbook for the tennis industry.
Scott is involved in numerous industry initiatives as he wrote the USTA PTM Accreditation Manual and developed several courses/modules for the new USPTA Level Two Certification. He serves as a Coach Developer for the USTA, USPTA and PTR and has numerous certifications: ITPA Certified Tennis Performance Trainer, ATP/GPTCA Level B Coach, RacquetFit Level One, Etcheberry Fitness Professional, USTA Referee and Official and PTR Level 3 Master of Tennis Performance.
Having served as a collegiate coach for several years, Scott has developed 71 junior players who went on to play collegiate tennis, including two NCAA Division I Singles Champions and several players who competed on the professional tours. He has been president of several USTA community tennis associations and served as the director of the Andy Roddick Mountain Challenge, which raised over a half-million dollars to start the Boys & Girls Club of the High Country.
Scott graduated from Queens University of Charlotte with a degree in business and has a M.Ed. in Curriculum Development from AIU Online. He is currently completing his doctorate (D.B.A.) in Business Administration from Grand Canyon University.