Seattle Seawolves Signs Scott Dean to 2021 Extended Squad

The Seattle Seawolves signed Scott Dean to their 2021 extended squad. The 25-year-old flyhalf (26 in June) is 6’0″ and 190 lbs.

Scott played 148 minutes in three matches, starting twice against San Diego Legion and Old Glory to open the 2020 MLR season. He was added to the Seawolves early in 2019 after impressing in the preseason and played 24 minutes in four matches. He kicked twice for 29 meters and made four tackles.

This past summer he helped Washington Athletic Club win the USA Club 7s National Championship and this Fall returned to the Seattle Saracens Premier side in the British Columbia Premiership competition.

The Seattle Seawolves signed former Central Washington Wildcat and U20’s All-American, Scott Dean for the 2019 Major League Rugby season. The 23-year-old flyhalf is 6’0″ and 210 lbs.

Scott is from Renton, Washington, and began his rugby career began at 13, playing for the Liberty Rugby Club through his senior year of high school. In 2012 he traveled with the USA Rugby High School All-Americans to England and Wales.

Scott then attended Central Washington University where he played 7s and 15s for the Wildcats from 2013-2018. Scott graduated in 2018 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration with a specialization in Supply Chain Management.

Scott continued playing international rugby with the USA U20’s All-Americans in 2014 and 2015 and in the 2016 tour to Queensland, Australia. He also played for Hawkes Bay Academy of Napier, New Zealand in 2017.

After graduating, Scott joined the Seattle Saracens and his distribution skills at flyhalf have made him an asset to the team since then.

Seattle Seawolves Comments

Scott indicated that “It’s humbling to get to continue to play for the Seawolves having grown up in the Seattle area. Go ‘Wolves!”

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