Scott Watts - 1993 Lacrosse

 

´╗┐Watts made his mark in football, basketball and lacrosse before graduating from Wayland High School. A three-year varsity player in football, Watts captained the Warriors his senior year, a campaign in which he earned league all-star honors and was named co-MVP of the Dual County League.

Lacrosse was the sport in which Watts really shined. He led the state in scoring his senior year with 119 points, broke the single-season school scoring record and the career school scoring record, a mark that was broken four year later by his younger brother Peter.

Watts was named All-League and All-State twice in lacrosse as well as garnering All-American.

He was a three-year starter in lacrosse for Dartmouth College and received the Duk Hendrick Award as a senior, given to the player who improved the most over his collegiate career.

Watts is a partner in Tank Design, Inc, a graphic design and branding consulting firm. Scott and Carey Watts are the parents of two children, Kela and Owen.