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Dawn Scott

Dawn Scott

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Dawn Scott is a professional strength and conditioning coach from Newcastle, England.[4]

Education

Dawn Scott graduated from St Robert of Newminster Catholic School. [13]

Overview

Dawn Scott started as the head of exercise science at The Football Association. She worked there until January of 2010 when she moved to the U.S. Women’s National Team. She then joined Pia Sundhage’s staff full-time the following February, working with the USA in both the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup and the 2012 Olympics. Scott was on the USA’s staff for three World Cups and two Olympic Games, earning a gold medal in 2012. [11][12]

In November of 2019, Dawn accepted a position with the England Football Association. About going back to England, she said: [11]

"I have thoroughly enjoyed my time with U.S.

Soccer and the opportunity I had for my personal and professional growth.

I want to say thank you to everyone at the U.S.

Soccer Federation, to the players, to the staff and to all the coaches - it has been an honor.

I have memories to last a lifetime from the past nine years.

I am now looking forward to a career progression and this was an opportune time to continue my professional development in England."

Dawn Scott also lectured Sports Science at Worcester University from 1998-2001. [13]

Awards and Recognition

Dawn Scott has achieved the following milestones with the U.S. Women's Soccer Team: [13]

  • 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup Finals - Runners Up

  • 2012 Olympics - Gold Medal Winners

  • 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup Finals - Winners

  • 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup Finals - Winners

She's reached the following milestones for the England Women's Football Team: [13]

  • 2005 UEFA Women's European Championships

  • 2007 FIFA Women's World Cup Finals - Quarter Finals

  • 2009 UEFA Women's European Championships - Runners Up

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