Scott Singer

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Vice President of 4 Leaf Lacrosse, Scott Singer, oversees all aspects of the 4 Leaf program. Singer has been coaching lacrosse full time for over 12 years. Coach Singer has helped guide many of his student-athletes to some of the top colleges in the nation. The list of players either currently attending or committed to the following schools include Duke, Princeton, Brown, Yale, Harvard, Providence, UMASS, Bucknell, Vermont, Marquette, Holy Cross, Merrimack, Loyola, Bowdoin, Tufts, Williams, Dickinson, Bates, Ohio Wesleyan, Denison, and many more.  Singer, currently serves as the Head Lacrosse Coach at The St. Thomas Aquinas School.

Prior to joining 4 Leaf, Singer was the Director of Training and Methodology for 3d Lacrosse. Singer oversaw the entire training curriculum for 3d that span a dozen markets nationwide. While living in Boston, Singer also served as the Head Lacrosse Coach at The Roxbury Latin School for three years.

Scott came to New England after coaching seven years of NCAA Lacrosse. While at Ohio Wesleyan University, Singer helped lead the Battling Bishops to the 2018 NCAA quarterfinals and the team finished ranked seventh in year-end national polls. Singer coached seven USILA All-Americans, one Scholar All-American, 14 All-NCAC honorees and a short-stick midfielder honored with Division III’s Specialty Player Of The Year Award. Scott and the Ohio Wesleyan staff were also voted the 2018 IMLCA DIII Coaching Staff of the Year. While he was coaching the offense at OWU, the unit ranked in the top ten nationally in both scoring and man-up offense. Scott went to Ohio Wesleyan after spending a year as offensive coordinator and recruiting coordinator at Colorado College. During his time with the Tigers, he helped the team advance to the second round of the NCAA Division III playoffs. He also coached two All-Americans, a Scholar All-American and four All-Region players. Prior to Colorado College, Scott was an assistant coach at Roger Williams University for three seasons. He served as defensive coordinator in 2014 and 2015 and as offensive coordinator in 2016, helping the Hawks compile a 37-17 record.

Coach Singer is also the Founder of Midnight Rider Box Lacrosse which is the premier box lacrosse club on the East Coast. Singer has helped serve as a coach with the USA Indoor program. Singer was part of the first USA team to beat Canada in World Indoor Lacrosse competition and participate in the gold medal game. 

A native of Providence, Rhode Island, Scott played lacrosse at the University of Hartford, where he was a midfielder. He currently resides in Newington, NH, with his wife Olivia, and their two dogs Rex and Rodney.