| JUNIOR VARSITY COACH
JV Coach Scott Code is in the ninth year of his second go-round on his brother
Mike's staff, having served as the Mustangs' varsity assistant from 2004
through 2007. He was a member of our 2007 All "A" State Championship
staff. This will be his third season back as Mike's Varsity Assistant. From
2011-12 through the 2015-16 seasons, Scott was our JV coach.
Scott accepted the head coaching position at neighboring Campbell County
High School in 2007, where he compiled a record of 49-32 over 3 seasons.
During the 2010-11 season, Scott served as an assistant at Thomas More
Scott began his coaching career in the Erlanger-Elsmere School system where
he served in various capacities for six years before joining the Highlands
Bluebirds staff in 1998.
Popular 2011 Brossart graduate, Daniel Schultz returns to his alma mater for his
fourth season as our Junior Varsity coach. His 2017-18 JV team posted a 13-7
record. While at Brossart Daniel played four years of basketball and soccer for the
Mustangs. His 2010 and 2011Mustang teams were 10th Region All "A" Champions.
He has coached 5th through 8th grade basketball teams at St. Mary and St. Philip.
Having been a former Mustang who played under Coach Mike Code, he knows our
system and offensive/defensive schematics, making him invaluable to the players he
will coach and prepare for varsity competition.
His sister Emily, who graduated in 2016 played four years with the Thomas More
College Lady Saints Basketball Team, where she is a member of the 1,000 Points
Club and was named an NAIA All-American.
There he coached freshmen boys for five years from 1998 through 2002 and served as Varsity Assistant to John
Messmer during that time frame. His Freshmen won the 9th Region Championship that same year. Prior to joining
the Brossart staff in 2004, Scott spent two seasons as varsity assistant at Dixie Heights High School.
Scott's 2013-14 Mustang JVs posted a 15-3 record and were 37th District Champions.
His 2014-15 JVs were 16-3 and NKAC Division II Champions, and his 2015-16 team posted a 12-4 mark.
Scott did his undergraduate work at NKU and received his Masters Degree in 2003.
In 2020 he was inducted into the Northern Kentucky Sports Hall of Fame. He is married to Brossart grad Maria Bacon.
The couple reside here in Alexandria and are proud parents of daughter Makenzie 14 a Brossart Freshman, and son