Athletics Administration Athletic Department - 2017-18
Assistant Director of Athletics
Athletics Administration Athletic Department
Duncan High School, Class of 1982
Bachelor of Science; East Central University; Ada, OK. 1987
Master of Arts in Educational Leadership; Southern Nazarene University; Bethany, OK. 2003
Scott Selby joined Mustang as the Head Baseball Coach in August of 2011. In his first two seasons the Broncos have won 49 games. He has had 15 players move on to play college ball in 2 years.
Scott accepted the role of Assistant Athletic Director in March of 2013. He will continue to be the Baseball Coach as well. Selby has always been driven to succeed and watch his student/athletes excel on and off the field. Selby’s new role as consist of maintaining and adding corporate sponsorships, and assisting the District Athletic Director in overseeing the fifth largest school district in Oklahoma.
Before coming to Mustang Selby spent fourteen years as the head baseball coach at Southern Nazarene University, and Southwestern Oklahoma State University. Selby had success at both universities turning each program into nationally ranked programs. Ten of fourteen years as a head college coach Selby’s teams won 30 plus games. Selby was named conference coach of the year twice. He’s had thirteen players move on to play professional baseball, and has won over 400 games as a Head College Coach.
Before entering the college ranks Selby spent nine years at Yukon public schools, where he was an assistant H.S. football, baseball and wrestling coach. Coach Selby attended East Central University where he was an All-Conference/All District shortstop for the Tigers. Selby graduated H.S. in 1982, where he was an All-State Shortstop.
Selby is a member of the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (NIAAA) and the Oklahoma Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (OIAAA). The Duncan native earned a Bachelor of Science in Education from East Central University. Selby also completed his Master’s degree in Arts and Educational Leadership.
He and his wife, Stacey have been married for nineteen years and have three children, Spencer, Sydney, and Seth.