LEXINGTON, Va. – Washington and Lee Director of Athletics Jan Hathorn has announced the appointment of Greg Doyle and Domineque Scott as staff members within the athletic department.
Doyle joins the department as assistant men's and women's swimming coach and Scott will serve as assistant field hockey coach.
Doyle comes to Washington and Lee from SUNY New Paltz, where he was an assistant swimming coach for the 2011-12 season. Doyle helped lead both the men's and women's teams to a fourth-place finish at the SUNYAC Championships, while both were cited as CSCAA Scholar All-America teams. He also helped mentor several athletes to all-conference accolades, while one athlete earned two All-America citations.
A 2008 graduate of SUNY Oswego with a bachelor of arts in public justice, Doyle also served as the assistant swimming coach at the Kingston YMCA (2007-11) and as the pool director and lifeguard at Wiltwyck Golf & Country Club (2001-08).
As a swimmer at SUNY Oswego, Doyle was a three-time All-America honoree. He set five individual school records and was a member of two record-setting relay teams en route to posting All-SUNYAC honors all four years. A member of the school's SAAC committee, he was a CSCAA Scholar All-America selection in 2006.
Scott joins the Generals after two seasons as assistant field hockey coach and assistant to the athletic director at Washington & Jefferson College. She helped lead the Presidents to a 29-9 overall record and two appearances in the Empire 8 Championship, culminating in a 14-5 record, a conference championship and an NCAA Tournament berth in 2011. As assistant to the athletic director, she was responsible for a plethora of administrative tasks, including serving as the compliance director for her second year.
Scott's coaching experience also includes stops as the head coach of the Madeira School in 2009, middle school basketball coach at the Edmund Burke School for the 2009-10 season and as a graduate assistant field hockey coach at East Stroudsburg University for the 2008 season.
A 2008 graduate of East Stroudsburg with a bachelor of science in sport management, Scott was a four-year letterwinner for the Warriors' field hockey team. She later earned a master of science in sport management from ESU in 2009.
In addition to her coaching experience, Scott has also served internships with the Sports Challenge Educational and Leadership Alliance (2009-10), the Sussex Family YMCA (2009) and the International Sports Training Camp (2007).