Scott McQuaig enters his sixth season, taking over the Dickinson women's golf program in the spring of 2014. Prior, McQuaig served as the assistant coach for the Red Devils and has an extensive background in the sport.
McQuaig has coached the Boiling Springs High School program for the past 14 years, leading the Bubblers to the Boys' Mid Penn Capital Division Conference Championship in 2013-2014, posting a 29-1 record, and in 2014-15 the Girl’s Team PA State championship Runner up title.
Since 2009, he has been a Youth Golf Instructor in South Middleton Township. He has conducted weekly youth lessons and worked with the South Middleton Youth Summer Clinic and Youth Tournament.
McQuaig is a Certified Golf Instructor/Teacher - receiving Level II Certification through the United States Golf Teaching Federation. For the past 14 years, he has attended numerous coaching clinics led by college coaches and the United States Golf Association.
The women's program has been on the rise in recent years, finishing second or third in the Centennial Conference in three of the past four seasons. His teams have also produced a pair of All-Centennial Conference performers in 2014 and the 2014 CC Rookie of the Year.
Melanie Campbell '15 earned back-to-back All-Conference honors and was named the CC Women's Golf Scholar Athlete of the Year in 2015. In the 2018-19 season, first-year Olivia Brown ’21, was named Centennial Conference Rookie of the Year.
In addition to golf, he has been involved with a variety of sports, working with both youth groups and collegiate athletes. He was a Tactical Officer at the United States Military Academy, mentoring students at West Point, and served as an assistant coach for the USMA Marathon team.
McQuaig is a resident of Mechanicsburg, Pa. and lives with his wife Kathy, a writer, and daughter Michaela.