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Head Coach Scott Frey
Years at Messiah:
Dillsburg, PA
High school:
Dover High School (1979)
Messiah College (1984)
Record at Messiah:
Career Record:
Wife (Sheila), two daughters (Alicia, Maggie), son (Drew)
Scott Frey ('84) has compiled a record of 252-13-12 in his twelve seasons with the women's soccer program. His .931 winning percentage places him atop of the Winningest Active Coaches list with ten or more years of coaching at the NCAA DIII level.  Seven times Frey's squad has completed their regular season unbeaten the latest in 2011. The 2005 season saw the Falcons win their first ever National Championship as they completed the entire season unbeaten with a mark of 22-0-1. Messiah then claimed back to back National Titles in 2008 and 2009. In 2011 Frey lead the Falcons to another National Championship, the programs 4th in seven years. Frey has now lead Messiah to twelve consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances and eight Final Fours. The team's 2009 Final Four appearance marks a streak of six straight Championship Round berths.  The Falcons have won eleven Commonwealth Conference Titles. Frey has been recognized as the NSCAA Mid-Atlantic Region Coach of the Year for DIII in 2002, 2004, and 2005. He was named the NSCAA DIII National Coach of the Year in 2005 and 2009.

Coach Frey began his college coaching as an assistant with the Messiah men's team from 1988-92. In 1993 Frey took over the men's team at Alma College in Michigan. There he built a program that won two MIAA Conference titles, made three NCAA Tournament appearances, and advanced to the NCAA Division III Final Four in 1999. He was recognized as the Great Lakes Regional Coach of the Year in 1999. Coach Frey holds both an Advanced National Diploma and a USSF "B" License.

Coach Frey also teaches in the Health and Physcial Education Department. He is married to Sheila Frey and they have three children: Drew (20), Alicia (19), and Maggie (14).