Scott Greene is the head coach of both varsity boys ice hockey and varsity girls golf at Morristown Beard School.
A native of Cedar Knolls, New Jersey, Greene has strong ties to Morristown Beard. His father, Chris Greene (Class of 1969) and brother, Eric Greene, are former Morristown Beard student-athletes, who both played hockey during their time at the school.
Greene is an area resident with a strong presence in the New Jersey hockey community where he coached at the tier I youth hockey level for over six years and has been a private hockey instructor for twelve years. Most recently, he served as an associate coach with the New Jersey Rockets. Prior to that, Greene served as both a head coach and associate coach for five years with the New Jersey Colonials.
Greene brings an enthusiastic coaching philosophy centered around character development, by providing student-athletes the opportunity to maximize their potential in a competitive learning environment, both on-and-off the ice. His coaching style is rooted upon his relationship with the players, promoting an atmosphere of mutual respect with a strong emphasis on integrity, leadership, discipline, and teamwork. The hockey program is an inclusive program that promotes skill development and good hockey habits; detailed by on-ice instruction, age-appropriate strength and conditioning, film review, and position specific skills training.
Before entering the coaching field, Greene was a four-year varsity hockey player for Whippany Park High School. He served as team captain his junior and senior year, where he earned all-conference honors. Greene went on to play tier III junior hockey before attending the University of Scranton, where he was a four-year varsity hockey player. A defenseman, he received Academic All-American honors, graduating with a B.S. in Marketing in 2010. During his time at Scranton, Greene achieved academic merit honors as a member of the Dean’s List and as a recipient of the Saint Ignatius of Loyola Scholarship and the John P. and Jean Blackledge Sweeney Family Business Scholarship.
Greene is part of the Athletics department at Morristown Beard School and holds the title of Sports Information Director. He lives in Cedar Knolls with his wife, Blair, his daughter, Cameron, and his dog, Riley.