St. Andrew’s School is pleased to announce the selection of Teri D. Scott as the new head coach for Girls Varsity Volleyball. Coach Scott recently moved from Petaluma, California, bringing 16 years of year-round volleyball coaching experience to the position in addition to classroom teaching experience at the high school level.
Scott is an All-American Division I full scholarship collegiate volleyball player with a degree in Art History from UC Berkeley. After graduation, she moved to Paris France where she played professional volleyball for the Racing Club de France. She competed in the Euro and French Cups, winning the French Cup with an impressive undefeated season.
“Teri is a welcome addition to the St. Andrew’s coaching staff,” said Kelley Waldron, Head of School. “Her commitment to helping young people succeed on and off the court along with her expertise and passion for the sport make her the ideal person to lead our student athletes.”
Scott will also serve as the Middle School Director of Athletics and assist with teaching physical education classes in the fall. Scott considers her two talented children to be her greatest lifetime accomplishment. Her daughter, Riley O. Scott, is a two-time Pac12 Breaststroke Champion and four-time All-American who now works on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Her son, Brady Scott, is in his third season as a professional soccer player for FC Kohn in Germany and is also a member of the USA U23 Soccer Team with hopes of participating in an upcoming Olympics.
St. Andrew’s is an independent International Baccalaureate World School for students in Pre-K3 through grade 12 located on Wilmington Island in Savannah, Ga. For more information, visit https://saslions.com.