Scott Pohlman enters his fourth season as head coach of the softball program in 2019-20.
In his first three seasons with the program, Pohlman has coached six Terriers to All-NCAC honors, most recently Megan Davis, who was one of four players in the conference to hit over .400 and earned First-Team All-NCAC and Second-Team All-Region honors in 2019.
Before joining the Terriers, Pohlman served as an assistant coach at fellow North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) member Denison from 2009-11 and 2013-15. During his time there, the Big Red posted a 124-77 (.617) mark, winning one NCAC title and making four appearances in the NCAC Tournament.
While at Denison, 10 players received All-Region honors and 13 players garnered First-Team All-NCAC accolades.
From 2011-13 Pohlman served as an assistant coach at Division I North Carolina A&T. In his time there, Pohlman helped lower the team ERA by over three runs and saw four players named All-Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC). Of the four players named All-MEAC, two earned First-Team honors.
Pohlman has had head coaching stints at high school level, leading Millersport High School and Sheridan High School and also numerous travel summer teams.
Pohlman graduated from Capital with a bachelor’s degree in political science and criminal justice administration.