Assistant General Manager
Scott is entering his second season in the National Pro Fastpitch League. He spent his first season in the NPF as the General Manager and assistant coach for the Texas Charge. His first year as General Manager saw him draft the 2017 NPF Rookie of the Year in Bailey Landry out of LSU , as well he assembled a collection of talent that saw the Charge place (5) All-NPF selections during the 2017 season. The Charge in addition to having the (5) ALL-NPF Players , Rookie of the Year in Bailey Landry also saw Taylor Gadbois win the Rally Spikes Award for the leagues top base stealer with (25) stolen bases.
Scott also is the National Program Director and Head Coach for the Texas Bombers Club Program. Scott has coached with the Bombers for 17 years and most recently his Texas Bombers team under his guidance won the USA Softball 16U National Championship in 2016. That same year Smith’s coaching staff was selected as the NFCA National Travel Ball Coaching Staff of the Year. As well in 2016 Scott surpassed the 1000 win mark and was honored at the Easton Victory club awards ceremony for reaching that milestone. The Bombers are one of the largest and most successful Travel Programs in the Country ranking in the Top 10 in the country year after year.
Prior to joining the NPF, he served in the United States Army for 28 years retiring as a 1SG in November of 2016. His love for his country and those who honor it are a top priority for him, he started the 4 The Heroes Foundation in 2014. The foundation honors fallen military heroes by utilizing uniform jerseys to place the name of a fallen warrior on the back of the jersey. The jersey is worn all year long and then given to the family once the season is completed. As well the 4 The Heroes foundation has its Woods & Water Program that takes military Veterans on hunts and fishing trips.
Scott has attended American Military University , US Army 1SG Course and many other leaderships schools during his tenure in the military.
He and his wife, Irma, reside in New Braunfels TX. Scott has two children, Jade and Gunnar.