Scott is originally from Roseboom, NY (10 minutes from Cooperstown, NY…home of the baseball hall of fame and the famous Cooperstown Dreams Park 12u Tournament!) and attended Oneonta State College where he majored in Criminal Justice and played shortstop for the SUNY Oneonta baseball team for 4 years. He was a 2-year captain and was named All Conference as a shortstop in 2008 and 2009. In 2010, he helped lead the Red Dragons to their first NCAA Regional Tournament in school history.
Dubben spent 1 year as an assistant coach at Oneonta State and was signed by the New York Federals (Canadian-American Professional Baseball League) after that season.
In the fall of 2012 Scott was hired to be the first Director of Baseball for Seacoast United. Since then he and his staff have built up one of the most successful programs in the Northeast. SU Baseball started with 4 teams and has grown to a consistent 25 teams including the development of the premier Team Nike New England Showcase Teams. In the past 8 years SU has produced over 75 players to commit to playing at the college level. “We consistently look to raise the bar as a program and we take a lot of pride in helping to develop baseball players and young men…. It’s not just about the game we teach but the difference we can make in the community”.
Scott was an assistant coach for Great Bay Community College in its inaugural year in 2017 based in Portsmouth, NH. Currently, Scott is the head varsity baseball coach at St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Dover, NH. Scott has been the head coach for 2 years and led them to a final four appearance in the State playoffs in 2019.
Scott currently resides in Dover, NH with his wife, Shayna, daughter Josie Sue and lab Bruin.