A local resident of Madison, Mississippi, Scott DeLoach returned to Millsaps in the summer of 2014.
DeLoach returns to Millsaps as assistant coach and recruiting coordinator after a season with the East Central Community College Warriors in Decatur, Mississippi.
In his first two-year stint at Millsaps, DeLoach assisted with recruiting and oversaw catchers and helped with the hitters. He coached Millsaps catcher Wes Perkins to first team All-American status in 2013. He was part of the conference and south region coach of the year staff and helped the Majors win the SAA regular season and tournament and south region en route to the College World Series.
Prior to Millsaps, DeLoach played three years in Starkville, Mississippi for the Mississippi State Bulldogs. He started his senior season as a catcher and led the team with a .353 average including seven doubles, one triple, one home run, and 21 RBIs in 47 games played.
In his earlier years at State, DeLoach was a member of the team in 2007 when the Bulldogs reached the College World Series in Omaha, Nebraska.
He was a two time SEC Honor Roll recipient and graduated in the Fall of 2009 with a degree in Physical Education. He later earned his Masters in the Spring of 2011 in Sports Administration.
DeLoach played two years at Itawamba Community College where he was honored as the state and NJCAA Region 23 Defensive Player of the Year in 2006. He hit .338 with 32 RBIs in 49 games in his sophomore season. Led Itawamba to a 41-16 record and advanced to the NJCAA Super Regionals in St. Katerine, Ky.
He played his high school ball at Madison Central while earning First Team All State his senior season. He was a memeber of the 2002 State Championship Team under Coach Gregg Perry.
Scott currently resides in Madison, Miss.
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