Scott Teeter is in his second year as head coach of the University of Louisville women's lacrosse team.
In 16 years as a head coach, he has compiled a 151-131 career record.
In his first season at Louisville, the Cardinals won five of their first six games before finishing the season with a 6-11 record. He guided freshman Caroline Blalock and senior Emily Howell to All-ACC honors.
Prior to coming to Louisville, he served as head coach at Canisius for 15 years (2003-2017). Upon his arrival in Buffalo, he took the reins of a team that had won just 11 games in the program's first seven seasons. Under his guidance, he changed the culture of the program and was named MAAC Coach of the Year in just his third season after leading the Griffs to an eight-win improvement in 2005.
In 2011, Canisius won a school-record 14 games and capped the successful campaign with the program's first MAAC Tournament title. The Griffs added postseason championships in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016 and 2017. In the run from 2011-14, the team became the first school in MAAC history to win four straight conference titles. Canisius also claimed regular-season crowns in 2013, 2015, 2016 and 2017 after sweeping through conference foes without a loss.
He was named the league's coach of the year again in 2015, 2016 and 2017, after becoming the first three teams in MAAC history to post a perfect 8-0 regular-season record.
He left Canisius as the winningest coach in MAAC history.
In addition, Teeter has also served as head coach of the Canadian Under-19 National Team since 2009. He guided the team to a bronze-medal showing during the 2011 championship in Hannover, Germany, before earning the country's first women's field lacrosse title at the 2015 FIL World Championship in Edinburgh, Scotland. Also in 2017, Teeter led the Canadian National team to a pair of silver medals, both at the FIL World Cup held in England and the World Games in Poland.
Before taking the head job at Canisius, Teeter served as an assistant women's lacrosse coach at Buffalo State College in 2002, where he helped guide the program to its best-ever finish. Prior to his work at Buffalo State, he served as a student-assistant coach and team manager for the Canisius women's lacrosse team for four years.
Teeter was a four-year letter-winner for the Canisius College ice hockey team and graduated with a degree in physical education in 2002. He earned his master's degree in physical education with a concentration in sport psychology and coaching from Canisius in 2004.
Teeter and his wife, Jennifer, have one daughter, Olivia.