Scott re-joined the Dartmouth Sports Medicine staff after being away from the college to serve as the Head Athletic Trainer and Clinical Assistant Professor at Colby-Sawyer College over the last eight years.
In his first stint at Dartmouth from 1998-2008, Scott was a member of the athletic training staff working with several varsity programs over that time including football, baseball, cross country, track and field, tennis, alpine and nordic skiing and men's basketball.
Prior to this Scott worked as an Associate Athletic Trainer at M.I.T. in Cambridge, Massachusetts and as a graduate assistant at the UMass Amherst where he earned his Masters of Science Degree in Exercise Science. He earned his undergraduate degree from Springfield College where he studied athletic training and physical education and was a member of the varsity basketball team.
Scott has varied clinical interests including concussion management, posture and gait analysis and policy development. He will be working with the women's basketball and the men's and women's cross country programs here at Dartmouth. Roy's personal interests include hiking, rock climbing, snowboarding, woodworking and cooking. Scott resides in Grantham, NH with his daughter Alecia and wife Amy.