Oregon Institute of Technology

Women's Basketball Coaches

Scott Meredith

Scott Meredith, Head Women's Basketball Coach

Coach Meredith is 121-71 at Tech when he enters his 7th season as head women’s basketball for the Owls. Meredith is entering his 36th season coaching basketball with 30 seasons as a head coach at multiple levels and 25th coaching women's basketball.  Meredith spent six seasons as an assistant coach at Santa Clara University, Humboldt State University, Santa Rosa Junior College and College of the Redwoods.

The 2014-15 women’s basketball team didn’t reach the previous season's school-record 28 wins, but did make a bit of history of their own.  The Owls finished with their fourth-straight season with 20 or more wins posting a 23-11 overall mark while placing fifth in the Cascade Collegiate Conference standings at 9-9.  As a fifth-seed in the postseason the Owls made a miraculous run through the tournament winning all three games on the road earning themselves back-to-back CCC tournament titles.  It was the first time any CCC women’s team won three-straight on the road in the playoffs and also Tech’s first-ever back-to-back CCC tournament crowns.  The Owls would head back to the NAIA National Championships for the second straight year.

Meredith's 2013-14 Oregon Tech women’s basketball team set a school-record 28 wins (28-7), while earning their first-ever Cascade Collegiate Conference tournament crown.

Meredith compiled an overall record of 152-47 (76%) at Arcata and Fortuna High Schools. His teams dominated Humboldt-Del Norte League play with an overall league record of 48-8 (86%), including four league championships and seven consecutive berths in the North Coast Section playoffs. Meredith’s 1996-97 Arcata Tigers won 28 consecutive games, finished the season 28-1 and were ranked #6 in California for all Division 3 schools. Many of Meredith’s former players moved on to play at the college level at schools such as Cornell, Wichita State, Sacramento State and New Mexico State.

Scott Meredith at a Game

Meredith is from northern California, where he was a 4-sport (football, basketball, baseball & track) letter winner at Arcata High School. He graduated from Humboldt State University in 1987 with a B.A. in Liberal Studies/Education while playing football and baseball for the Lumberjacks.

He holds teaching credentials in Physical Education, Multiple Subjects Elementary Education and Social Science. He also earned an M.S. in Health, Physical Education and Recreation with an emphasis in Sport Psychology from St. Mary’s College of California.

Meredith and his wife Priscilla were married in Tokyo, Japan where he taught English as a Second Language and played fast pitch softball. They have two children, daughter Hayley and son Treyce.

Andy Siverly, Assistant Coach

Former Owl standout, Andy Siverly, enters his 2nd year as assistant coach for the Oregon Tech women’s basketball program.

Siverly played basketball at Merced High School in 2003 and coached a year of freshman boy’s basketball at Merced High in 2004 before beginning his collegiate career at Modesto Junior College from 2005-2007. 

Siverly, a member of the Oregon Tech 2008 national championship team, played for the Hustlin’ Owls from 2007-10.  Siverly was part of two Cascade Collegiate Conference regular season titles and two CCC tournament championships under head coach Dan Miles, including a 30 win season in 2010, to go with the NAIA crown in 2008.

At the completion of his collegiate playing career Siverly stayed in the Klamath Basin coaching the Klamath Union High School freshman boys’ team and the next season heading the boy’s JV team at Lost River High School.

Most recently Siverly attended University of San Francisco from July 2012 to May 2014, completing his Master's Program in Sport Management.  Siverly was an assistant women's basketball coach at Skyline Junior College for 2012-2013 season, next becoming a Graduate Assistant for University of San Francisco Men's Basketball for the 2013-2014 season.   At USF the Dons finished with 21 wins, tied for 2nd in the West Coast Conference, and earned a spot in the NIT.