Scott Hiller

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Scott Hiller is a former owner of the Washington Bayhawks. He was the head coach of the Major League Lacrosse's Washington Bayhawks for 2 seasons, and the Boston Cannons for 4 seasons, where he won two coach of the year awards. During his four-year tenure with the Cannons, Hiller compiled a 32-18 regular season record. Hiller began his coaching career as an assistant lacrosse coach at Harvard University from 1991 to 1999.

A 1990 graduate of the University of Massachusetts Amherst, Hiller was a four-time All-America selection for the Minutemen. He also serves as a volunteer Assistant Coach for the Northwestern University women's lacrosse team. In addition to his lacrosse experience, Hiller is licensed to practice law in Massachusetts and Illinois, and received his JD from Suffolk University.

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Preceded by
John DeTommaso
Major League Lacrosse Coach of the Year Award
2002
Succeeded by
Ted Georgalas
Preceded by
Sal LoCascio
Major League Lacrosse Coach of the Year Award
2005
Succeeded by
Tony Resch

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