Scott Eatough is now in his 27th year with the University of Delaware Athletics program in 2016-17.
Eatough joined the University of Delaware staff in May, 1989 as an administrative coordinator for the University Athletic Department.
He was promoted to the role of assistant athletics director for business affairs in July, 1992 and again in 1998 as the associate athletics director for business and external affairs. His current title is associate athletics director for business operations.
Eatough oversees all financial aspects of the athletics department and its 21 intercollegiate athletic programs, including budgets, expenses, revenues, insurance, contracts, equipment, team travel, and scholarships.
Additionally, he is responsible for all the financial aspects of the University's recreation program, including club sports. Eatough has also added responsibilities as program administrator for the UD baseball, men's golf, and women's soccer programs.
A graduate of nearby Concord High School in Wilmington, Del., Eatough earned his degree in accounting from James Madison University in 1981. While at James Madison, he played for the baseball team as a pitcher his freshman year.
After graduation, Eatough worked for seven years as an investment accountant with Provident National Bank in Wilmington.
Eatough and his wife, Nancy, a University of Delaware graduate, reside in Elkton, Md. with their son, William, who earned his degree from UD in May, 2014.
|Position:||Associate Director of Athletics, Business Operations|
|Alma Mater:||James Madison|