Aline (dos Santos) Scott recently completed her second season as head coach of the Hiram volleyball program in 2016.
In her first two seasons at the helm of the Terriers, Scott has led Hiram to a combined record of 42-20, posting a .677 winning percentage.
In 2016, Scott led Hiram to their eighth-consecutive 20-win season, finishing the campaign 20-9. She coached a pair of players to All-NCAC Honors, including the conference's Player of the Year, Marissa Jay.
Jay was the first Hiram honoree to earn Player of the Year honors since the 2010 season, ranking fifth in all of Division III in kills per set (4.78). Along with the honor, Scott led Jay to the program's first ever AVCA National Player of the Week award.
Through two seasons at the helm, Scott has coached five players to All-NCAC laurels and has led two athletes to AVCA All-Region selections.
In her first season, Scott also led Lindsay Brewer to AVCA All-America Honorable Mention status. That season, Brewer became the seventh player in school history to eclipse 1,000 kills, finishing the year with 462.
In 2015, Scott guided Hiram to a 22-11 (.667) record against a schedule that featured nine NCAA Division III Tournament teams. The Terriers also finished 5-3 (.625) in conference play and recorded their second straight third-place finish in the NCAC Tournament.
Prior to Hiram, Scott served as head coach at Indiana University of Pennsylvania where she landed First Team All-Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference honors for middle blocker Elizabeth Slova, the program's first, first-team honor since '06.
Before landing her first head coaching gig, Scott spent seven seasons at the Division I level, helping to lead resurgancies for both Akron and Central Michigan.
In five seasons with the Zips, Scott helped Akron to four Mid-American Confernece Tournament Appearances. She coached the team to its biggest single-season turnaround in 2012, as the Zips tallied a record of 16-13, their first winning mark since '03.
While serving as a graduate assistant with the Chippewas, Scott helped lead CMU to the bigest single-season turnaround in MAC history as the team improved by 12.5 games to finish the 2006 season with a mark of 17-13.
Scott graduated from Marist in '05, playing two seasons for the Red Foxes before an injury ended her playing career. She posted 708 kills in just two seasons, setting the team's single-season mark (436) as a sophomore (still stands second in school history, today).
The Sao Paulo, Brazil native graduated from Marist in 2005 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in communication, before earning a Master's in Sports Administration from Central Michigan in '08.
Aline currently resides in Poland, Ohio with her husband, Greg, and their son Matheus (1).