Scott is a west coast native growing up in the Pacific Northwest. Scott was a 3-sport standout athlete in high school, ultimately deciding to play basketball at Division 1 Portland State University. After transferring to Warner Pacific University, Scott led the Knights to 3 consecutive conference championships, 3 trips to the national tournament as well as Two Sweet Sixteen appearances. In his 3-year run, Scott became the school’s first-ever State Farm 1st Team All American, conference male athlete of the year, conference player of the year, athlete of the year at the Oregon sports awards along with his most recent accomplishment of being inducted into the university’s Hall of Fame in 2018.
After college, Scott played for five years professionally in the top divisions in Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. Scott has since worked for world-known companies EA Sports and 2K Sports to create games such as NBA 2K, NBA live. Throughout his playing and professional career, Scott has continued his passion for the game by coaching and training youth through professional players. With his knowledge and experience, Scott continues to share his love of the game with players all around the world sending and assisting with numerous college and professional offers and acceptances.
Scott O’Gallagher highlights
- 2003 Oregon State Scoring Champion at 28.0 PPG and Mt. Hood Conference Player of The Year (Basketball)
- Signed at Division 1 Portland State University and later played at Warner Pacific University where he became a State Farm 1st Team All- American his last two years, leading the nation in scoring at 25 points per game
- (25+ wins, 3 Straight championships from ’06 – ‘08)
- Cascade Conference Player of The Year
- Cascade Conference Male Athlete of The Year
- Ad Rutschman Oregon College Male Athlete of the Year ‘07
- Inducted to the Warner Pacific University Hall of Fame ‘18
- Elected to the Pre-Draft Camp ‘08
- 5-year pro in the top Divisions of (Europe/Oceania)
- Head Varsity Basketball Coach at Centennial High School, in Portland, Oregon.
- Head Varsity Basketball Coach at Terra Linda High School, in Novato, California.
- Helped start and run the Dan Dickau Academy in Portland, OR.
- In the past 5 years Scott has placed over 20 girls and boys to college programs and professional overseas organizations.