VOLLEYBALL Coaching Staff
Student Assistant Coach
Former UAA star Calli Scott is back with the Seawolf coaching staff for her second season as the program’s graduate assistant coach in 2016.
A former setter, Scott played a key role last year in helping head coach Chris Green and the Seawolves achieve the best record in program history (27-3) and reach the NCAA Tournament Second Round. She was also instrumental in the development of first-team All-GNAC pick Morgan Hooe, who became the first setter in program history to earn All-America honors.
As a player, Scott became the first Seawolf to earn the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Player of the Year award, along with first-team All-West Region and honorable mention All-American accolades as a senior in 2009. Among her other accomplishments, UAA’s career record-holder for assists per set (10.64) piloted her team to the GNAC title and its first-ever NCAA Tournament Second Round berth as a senior.
Scott was also the 2008 GNAC Newcomer of the Year and UAA’s 2009-10 Bill MacKay Athlete of the Year.
Before coming north, the Phoenix native was a two-year standout at Glendale Community College, where she played both setter and libero.
Scott earned her bachelor of arts degree in liberal arts from UAA in 2011.
|Position:||Student Assistant Coach|
|High School:||Pinnacle HS|
|Other College:||Glendale CC|