Coach Morris begins his eighteenth season as the Northern Enid women’s basketball coach with a great deal of optimism. His seventeenth campaign a year ago saw the Lady Jets post a record of 27-6 and finish runner-up in the Region 2 championship game for the third time in five seasons.
His Lady Jets have averaged 24.1 wins per season over his eighteen years at the helm with an overall win percentage of 74.4.
He has had the privilege of coaching 12 NJCAA All-Americans and over fifty academic All-Americans.
Morris is a graduate of Tonkawa High School. He played basketball for two years under Mick Weiberg at Northern Oklahoma College Tonkawa and two years at USAO in Chickasha, Oklahoma.
His coaching began in 1993 as an assistant to Mick Weiberg at Northern for two years. After coaching as a head coach at Drumright and Woodland High Schools for three years he returned to the college ranks in 1998 at Oklahoma Christian University under Dan Hays where he served as a graduate assistant for two years.
In 2000 Morris earned his Master of Education degree from the University of Central Oklahoma and returned to Tonkawa as the women’s assistant to Greg Krause. A year later, in 2001, he took over as the head coach for Northern Enid’s inaugural basketball campaign.
Scott and his wife, Summer, have three children, Bryce (16), Brennan (13) and Avery (8).