Scott Bement



Quick facts

  • University of Hartford
  • 4 Year Starting Goalie
  • 4x All Conference Selection
  • 2009 America East Rookie of the Year
  • Bachelor’s and Master’s in Criminal Justice
  • Coached at Sacred Heart University for 3 seasons


After graduating from Canandaigua Academy in 2008, Scott went on to play four years of college at the University of Hartford. He was a four-year starting goalie, earning America East All-Conference honors all four years. He was also named the America East Conference Rookie of the Year in 2009. Scott helped lead the Hawks to their first Conference Championship and first NCAA tournament appearance in 2011 and was named Captain for the 2012 season. After graduating with a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice, Scott went on to be the Graduate Assistant at Sacred Heart University, earning a master’s degree in Criminal Justice.  After two years of being the goalie coach for the Pioneers, he was promoted to Defensive Coordinator in 2015. 

Scott currently resides in Canandaigua with his wife. He loves spending time on the water, being outdoors, and being a mentor to lacrosse’s younger generations.