Coach Waller began coaching at Gonzaga in 1998 and became Head Varsity Coach in 2005. In his tenure as head Coach, Waller’s teams have advanced to the WCAC Finals 15 times, winning nine WCAC Championships. The 2022 campaign resulted in a historic season for the Eagles. Gonzaga finished the year 25-0-1, winning the Jesuit Classic, WCAC, and DCSAA Championship. Soccer finished the year ranked 7th nationally and 1st in the Washington Post. In 2007 and 2019, he was honored as The Washington Post All-Met Coach of the Year and was named WCAC Coach of the Year in 2015 and 2017. Coach Waller has twice been named NHFS Mideast Region Coach of the Year. Over the years, Gonzaga’s Varsity team has been a constant in the national spotlight, with the 2009, 2012, and 2022 teams all ranked in the top ten in the nation by the United Soccer Coaches poll. Scott has coached seven Gatorade State Player of the Year recipients and thirteen first-team Washington Post All-Met players and has an impressive varsity winning record of 265-84-45.
Scott was a standout player at Castleton State College in Vermont. He earned two Academic All-American Honors, NESCA Senior All-Star, and All-Conference First Team selections in his sophomore, junior, and senior years. Scott lives in the Del Ray area of Alexandria with his wife, Suzy, and their three children: Kira (17), Charlie (15), and Naomi (11).