Beginning his fourth season as a member of the Tiger coaching staff, Scott Gerseny has been promoted to the position of associate head coach. He is responsible for the team's training while working with the Tiger goalkeepers, including Jocelyn Papciak, who earned second team All-CAA honors last year.
In addition, Gerseny has served as the Tigers' recruiting coordinator for the last three years while overseeing the Tigers' academic program. As a team, the Tigers posted a 3.4 grade point average last year to earn the Wayne Edwards Team Academic Award from the Student-Athlete Advisory Council.
Prior to joining Towson, Gerseny spent three years as an assistant coach at Eastern Kentucky University. During his three-year tenure at Eastern Kentucky, Gerseny served as the recruiting coordinator for the Colonels and coached five All-Ohio Valley Conference selections. He also served as the goalkeepers coach and helped Christina Graul earned second team All-OVC honors during the 2005 season.
The Colonels also ranked seventh in the nation in saves per game in 2005 and were ranked sixth in NCAA Division I in that category during the 2006 season.
In addition to the Colonels' success on the field, Gerseny assisted in the development of an academic program, which enabled the team to maintain above a 3.0 grade point average.
A 2005 graduate of the University of Florida, Gerseny served as an intern on the Gators' women's soccer coaching staff, helping with team travel, summer camp and practice planning. He also served as the Gators head coach for the men's club team, which finished with an 11-5-3 record during the 2004 season.
In addition to his work at Towson, Gerseny has also coached the Baltimore Bays U-16 club team, which won the 2010 Maryland State Cup championship.