Scott Rollins Coaching Bio

Coaching Experience:

Scott Rollins enters his fifth season as a coach with Rams FC where he will be the head coach for the girls u17 team "Everton" team. Everton enjoyed an extremely successful first season in 2013 where some of the team highlights included being finalists in the MAPS Spring Challenge and MSSL Rider Cup. The u16's also won the GPS Memorial Day tournament and the WWIS South indoor Session 2  championship. Their team debut ended with an unfortunate but thrilling 1-0 defeat in the RI State Cup Finals. In addition to his u17 duties, Scott is also in his second season as the Rams FC Director of Coaching, taking over for Chris Pennock,  who returned to England to coach for the Middlesbrough FC Academy.

In addition to Rams FC, this past November marked the completion of Scott's sixth season as the head coach for the South Kingstown High School boy's soccer team . Scott served on the New England and Rhode Island Hall of Fame coach Robert Cavanagh's staff at SK for 3 years before taking over after Coach Cav's retirement in 2007. Prior to moving to Rhode Island in 2003, Scott coached boys soccer at both Smithtown HS and Farmingdale HS in New York.

He holds a Rhode Island High School Coaching Certificate, as well as a United States Soccer Federation (USSF) "D" License and National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Advanced Regional Diploma.

Personal Background:

Scott is a native of Smithtown NY , where he played his HS soccer at Smithtown HS West, captaining the team in his senior season. Scott also played his club soccer in NY for well known organizations such as Smithtown Kickers, Sachem United and Elmont FC. He also played 2 years for  the Long Island ODP program under coach Matt Gengler.

He, along with his brother Chris and sister Janine, are members of the Smithtown HS Hall of Fame, inducted in 2003. His brother Chris played college soccer at Harvard while his sister played college soccer at Stony Brook.

Scott is a resident of South Kingstown along with his wife Jennifer and his two daughters Alexa and Hailey. He has been teaching Business Education at South Kingstown HS since 2004.