Scott Goodrich enters his first season as head coach of the baseball team after serving as an assistant coach for 12 years. In 10 years as an assitant at Meramec, teams compiled a record of 321-259-2, capturing the Midwest Community College Athletic Conference championship in 2006 as well as the Region XVI crown the same year.
Goodrich served as an assistant coach at Harris-Stowe State University in 2000 before becoming an assistant coach at Lindbergh High School in 2001-02. At the amateur level, Goodrich has been a head coach in the St. Louis Metro Collegiate League for four seasons, and was the head coach of the Kirkwood American Legion Post 156 squad for six seasons.
Goodrich played at Harris-Stowe State University from 1996 to 1999, and was an NAIA Academic All-American in 1999.
Goodrich holds a master’s degree in education/athletic administration from William Woods University and is working to complete a master’s in education/administration at Southeast Missouri State University. His bachelor’s degree in education/secondary mathematics is from Harris-Stowe State University.
Updated February 2014