Scott Fiedler became a staff member at Brookwood Camps in 1986 after spending most of his life as a camper and an acclaimed basketball player. “Camping and sports are in my blood,” Scott says.
Scott is a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis, where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics and was captain of a top-notch varsity basketball team. His teams won over 80 games, and he was a recipient of the Pierce Memorial Award, an athletic achievement award for supreme effort and commitment to team play.
After his playing career, Scott became one of the youngest head coaches in the country at Suffolk County Community College; he then continued to coach NCAA Division I teams.
Scott’s playing and coaching experience provide Brookwood Camps with another layer of credibility. He brings to campers lessons learned from his own life and the challenges of the sports world. He is a major component of the staff, keeping a watchful eye on campers, while mentoring and coaching them. He also is the founder of the Prime Time Sports Camps, which offers week-long programs that focus on specific sports.
Scott’s wife, Pam, and their two children, Tyler and Morgan, also spend their summers at Brookwood Camps. Pam, a former Division I college lacrosse player who now is a high school coach, teaches the sport to campers.