Scott Greenman is entering his third season at Georgetown, and second as the Director of Basketball Operations. Greenman brings a unique perspective to the Hoyas' program, having played for Coach Thompson III collegiately. Since arriving at Georgetown, he has been instrumental in helping the Hoyas continue their tradition of success. Aside from assisting with the day-to-day operations of the program, he focuses on all aspects of film breakdown, game planning, and on-campus recruiting.
Before coming to the Hilltop, Greenman was an assistant coach at Princeton from 2007-10, where he helped orchestrate the biggest two-year turnaround in the history of the program. He was instrumental in building a team that would eventually win the Ivy League Championship and play in the 2011 NCAA Tournament.
In 2009, Greenman was selected Head Coach of the U.S.A. U-18 Maccabiah Team. The team spent the month of July in Israel competing in the Maccabiah Games (held every four years, where they won a silver medal.
Prior to coaching, Greenman spent the 2006-07 season playing professionally in Israel for B'nei Ha'sharon, helping lead his team to a final four finish in both the Israeli Premier League Championship and the Israeli Cup.
Greenman played collegiately at Princeton from 2002-06. In his senior year, he averaged nearly 15 points and 5 assists per game during the Ivy League season, leading the Tigers to a 10-4 conference record. He was named a unanimous first team All-Ivy selection in 2006 and was also named to the Academic All-Ivy League Team. During Greenman's sophomore year, he started every game and made a team-high 42 three-pointers en route to helping Princeton win the Ivy League and reach the 2004 NCAA tournament.
Greenman earned a bachelor's degree in sociology from Princeton in June 2006.