Scott Witt played on scholarship at Montana Tech (NAIA), where he remains the all-time career leading scorer (1,901 points). He was 4-time All-Conference, 3-time Academic All-American, conference MVP, and in his collegiate Hall of Fame. Scott completed a 10-year run in 2014 as the DSHA head coach, where his teams won more than 70% of their games with one state tourney appearance.
Scott is currently the New Berlin Eisenhower boys' varsity head coach, where his teams are typically among the highest scoring teams in the state. In the 2019-2020 season, his team averaged 80.7; advanced to the final 8 before the season was suspended; and earned him the Waukesha County coach of the year by the Freeman. He has also coached Eisenhower youth teams to 3 girls and 1 boys WSCIT titles.
Scott is an actuary and runs his own business as a fee-only insurance advisor.
Scott is the director of Impact, and he will be coordinating with all coaches and assisting with all levels as needed. He also will serve as the head coach for the Witt team and the 2028 team in the 2023 season.