Scott Day was promoted to the role of Director of Athletic Communications in April of 2009. He joined the department as an assistant director of athletic communications in 2006.
Day serves as the primary contact for field hockey and men’s basketball, while overseeing the day-to-day operations of the Athletic Communications Office.
The Wilmington, Del., native arrived at VCU in September of 2006 and took over as the primary contact for women’s soccer, baseball and men’s and women’s track & field. Over the past three years, he has also served as primary contact for men’s soccer, women's soccer, mens' and women's tennis and women’s basketball.
|What They're Saying|
"Not only is Scott on top and ahead of the game with his vision, it is clear to see his team and people respect and value his ideas. His department is by far the best and most personable I’ve worked with in all my years around college athletics. They are a solid team, in their own right, with staff ace for a leader."
- Wes McElroy
Prior to coming to Richmond, he spent a year as an athletic communications assistant at Monmouth University in West Long Branch, N.J. While with the Hawks, he served as the primary contact for field hockey, men’s and women’s track & field and softball.
Day began his career path during his four years at York College of Pennsylvania, where he served as a student assistant in the sports information office under Scott Guise.
While at York, Day was a standout pitcher on the baseball diamond and served as team captain during his junior and senior seasons. He helped lead the Spartans to two NCAA Regional appearances, including a regional final in 2002.
Day and his wife, Amanda, reside in Richmond with their son, Connor.