Hall of Fame
2013 - Builder - Regina Saskatchewan
Worked for the Saskatchewan Broomball Association from 1988 – 1993
- Initially hired as the Provincial High Performance Coach
- Developed the Junior High Performance Program which consisted of:
- Scouting junior aged players from across the province, holding I.D. and training camps and then attending a Junior Tournament in Quebec each year.
- He later was assigned the role of Technical Director with the SBA.
- Essentially was responsible to develop, administer, implement, budget and evaluate all technical, junior, grassroots, aboriginal, coaching and promotional programs of the SBA.
- Was responsible for the development of the Canadian Junior Open Tournament that was essentially the fore-runner and impetus for the establishment of the CBF’s National Juvenile Championships.
- Established the first SBA Native Provincial Championship
- Provided hundreds of School clinics over his 5 years with the SBA
- Was a vital player in the establishment of the SBA’s Referee Rules Interpretation Manual.
- Lead organizer of the SBA’s Junior Provincial Championships from 1988 – 1993.
- It was during these years that Scott also become involved with the CBF’s Coaching Development Program
- He was one of the five individuals from across Canada that formed the initial Coaching Committee
- This committee, over two years of meetings and long hours at home, established the first ever NCCP Broomall Level 1 Coaching and Instructor Manual.
- He was one of the Instructors at the first ever Level 1 Coaching Clinic in 1991.
- He also helped establish the Level 2 Coaching program in 2001 and 2002.
- Over the last 23 years, Scott has facilitated numerous Level One and Two Broomball coaching clinics, not only in Saskatchewan, but right across Canada from coast to coast to coast.
- In 2004, the Coaching Association of Canada was expecting all National Sport Organizations to scrap their old NCCP Coaching Programs and develop an entirely new competency based program. With Scott’s knowledge and experience, the CBF once again called on Scott to take on a vital role with the National Coaching Program.
- Over the next 7 years, Scott helped develop Broomball’s Long Term Athlete Development Model as well as the various new Coaching Programs.
- Scott was on this committee until 2011, but still conducts Coaching clinics on behalf of the SBA/CBF.
- Scott has also sat on the SBA’s Volunteer Board of Directors, and during that time was vital in the establishments of the SBA’s long term Mission, Vision and Values as a Provincial Organization.
- He has also been a referee in the Regina Men’s and Co-ed Broomball Leagues and was voted the Top Official in 2004
- He was a referee at the Western Canadian Championships
- As a player, he has been playing competitively since 1981 and has been voted, on numerous occasions, to various all-star teams and the Top Defenseman. He has played in numerous provincial championships as well as at the Western and National Championships. He still plays today in the Regina Mixed league and the Men’s non-contact league and just last year was voted the MVP of that league.
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Published on: April 22, 2014
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