Scott Sperone begins his initial campaign as the Engineers Defensive Coordinator in 2017.
Sperone recently spent six seasons as the defensive coordinator at Farleigh Dickinson Florham. He was also tasked with leading the Devils' recruiting and strength & conditioning. Sperone coached 2011 All-MAC first team selection Steve Hoverson, and an honorable mention selection in 2013 and 2016. His recruiting efforts also yielded 2015 D3football.com All-East second teamer in wide receiver Malik Pressley.
Prior to FDU-Florham, Sperone spent time at Merrimack, Brown, Williams, Stonehill and his alma mater Springfield College, where he earned his bachelors of science in movement of sports studies in 2001 and his masters of education in 2004. He also has his K-12 teachers certification. In addition to teaching on the gridiron, Sperone will put his skills to use as a PE instructor.
While at Merrimack, Sperone guided the defense for the 2009 Northeast 10 champion team. He also coached three All-Americans, Andrew Jackson (2008), Sean Loiseau (2010) and Tony Johnson (2010). He was on the other side of the ball for two seasons at Brown, leading the running backs and calling the plays for the JV offense, and a year as the wide receivers coach and video coordinator at Williams. Sperone also served as a defensive intern for the 2001 season at King's College.
The safety donned maroon and gray for 1998 Freedom Football Conference champion and NCAA tournament participant along with All-American center John Cena.