Scott Rowley is in his first season as an assistant coach with the Calvin University men's basketball program. In addition to serving the varsity program, Rowley is also the head junior varsity coach.
He previously served as a graduate assistant for the Western Illinois University men's basketball program during the 2018-19 season. As an undergraduate student, Rowley was a student-manager and student assistant at Ferris State University, working under Bill Sall and Andy Bronkema. He graduated at Ferris State with a bachelor’s degree in education with an emphasis in history and physical education.
While at Ferris State, Rowley served as a coach for the Grand Rapids Storm AAU program in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Rowley also worked boys basketball camps at Texas Tech, Wisconsin and Prep Hoops. Rowley was responsible for pre and post game meal prep, oversaw travel itineraries for road trips, managed and helped out setting up practice, games and tournaments, scouted future opponents personal and plays, helped out with recruits on visits, and created motivational, highlights, and workout videos for the team. Rowley was apart of 99 wins, three GLIAC tournament championships, one regular season championship, three NCAA tournament appearance which included a Sweet 16 appearance. During the 2017-2018 season he was in the classroom student-teaching and coaching the freshman boys team at Big Rapids High School, producing a 16-2. In addition, Rowley helped with film work for the 2018 Division II National Championship Ferris State men's basketball team.
A native of Kalamazoo, Michigan, Rowley graduated from Kalamazoo Central High School working under Mike Thomas, a two time MSHAA boys basketball state champion to figure he wanted to become a basketball coach. Scott also was a three-sport athlete at Kalamazoo Central.