|Alma Mater:||Covenant College|
Scott Whitted finished his seventh season as an assistant for head coach Doug Simons in 2020.
Whitted is originally from Pennsylvania where he played baseball at Temple University in Philadelphia. At Temple, Whitted played under NCAA Hall of Fame coach James "Skip" Wilson. The Owls were a top 20 program and had made an appearance in the College World Series.
After his sophomore year at Temple, Whitted transferred to Covenant. At Covenant, he was a dual athlete in soccer and baseball earning MVP awards in both sports. While at Covenant, he was scouted by the Kansas City Royals and awarded NCCAA All-District awards his junior and senior years.
After graduating from Covenant, he then turned his passion for baseball into a passion for coaching. He has coached in various arenas from private and public high schools to coaching his son’s in Little League and travel ball teams. As a high school coach, he won a state championship and had numerous appearances in the state playoffs.
Most recently, Whitted spent three years as the Head Assistant and Pitching Coach at Emmanuel College in Franklin Springs, Ga., from 2011-13. Emmanuel made appearances at the 2012 and 2013 NCCAA Division I World Series, finishing third in the nation in 2012. During those two seasons, Emmanuel pitching staffs set consecutive season records for the lowest team ERA.
Whitted welcomes the opportunity to coach at his alma mater and be a part of the ministry at Covenant. He is married to Lisa (Bryan) Whitted (Covenant ‘84) and the couple has four children, Caitlyn, Kelsey, Chapman and Jackson.