Latrell Scott, 37, a former
Scott, a former University of Richmond head coach, spent this season coaching James Madison's tight ends, could take over at VSU, a Division II school.
VSU has been seeking a coach since Nov. 20, when Andrew Faison was reassigned to another position at the school. Faison posted a career record of 58-53, including 4-6 in 2012.
Asked on Thursday about Scott and the vacancy, VSU athletics director Peggy Davis told the Times-Dispatch, "I certainly don't have the liberty to make that call public, as of today." Davis said the school had no timetable for making an announcement.
Scott has been an assistant at Fork Union Military Academy, Western Carolina, VMI, UR, Virginia and Tennessee. He resigned as the Spiders' coach in 2011 after a DUI charge.
Scott, 37 who graduated from Lee-Davis High and HU and has been an assistant coach in numerous programs, chose not to comment Thursday. ...
Virginia was named the nation's No. 1 men's team in the preseason Intercollegiate Tennis Association poll. The U.Va. women are co-ranked No. 11.
Virginia, ranked 20th nationally, took sixth at the Southern Scuffle in Chattanooga, Tenn., with 109.5 points. No. 24 Old Dominion was 13th with 32.5.
No. 1 Penn State (178.5) and No. 2 Oklahoma State (158) placed first and second, respectively.