Scott Duhl


Contact Info:
Phone:  734-891-6272


  • Academy Head Coach (2014 - present)
  • Technical Advisor Wolves U15-U19 (2017 - present)
  • Director of Michigan Wolves-Hawks Summer Training Camp (2012 - present)
  • Academy Staff Member since 2010/11
  • USSF “B” License
  • Coach of 1 Region II Championship U15 Wolves (2014)
  • Coach of 2 State Cup Championships (2014, 2016)
  • Coach of 1 State Cup Finalist (2015)
  • Coach of 1 Mr. Soccer Winner (2008)
  • Coached the U16 Academy to a #6 ranking in 2015-2016 (17-5-3)
  • Formor Boys Varsity Head Coach at Salem High School (2012 - 2015) 2014 State Finalist
  • Former Girls Varsity Head Coach at Salem High School (2013 - 2014)
  • Former Assistant Coach of U16 CSA Wolves Academy (2010 - 2014)
  • Former Boys Varsity Assistant Coach at Salem High School (2004-2012)
  • Former Assistant Coach of Michigan Bucks (Summer 2011 & 2012) team reached the 4th round of the US Open Cup by defeating MLS Chicago Fire
  • Former Boys JV Head Coach at Salem High School (2004-2011)
  • Former Girls Varsity Assistant Coach at Salem High School (2009-2010)
  • Former Girls Freshman Head Coach at Salem High School (2008)
  • Wolves-Hawks Coach since 2007

History of Youth and College Play:

Scott Duhl started his youth playing career with the Plymouth Kicks, Canton Chaos and the Michigan Wolves. He played in the Midwest Regional League in 1999, won back to back State Championships and was a two time Regional Finalist (2000-2001) with the Wolves. Scott played for the Michigan State ODP team and on the Regional ODP team. He played from 1996 to 1999 for Plymouth Salem High School where they were two time State Finalisst (1997,1999) and as a Senior Scott was named First Team All State and Dream Team. He played for Western Michigan University (2000-2003)and was a four time All Mid American Conference Member, two time 1st Team selection (02,03) and a 3rd Team All Region selection in 2003 after helping Western Michigan to their only NCAA Tournament Bid in School History. Scott was also a two time Team MVP (00,03). Scott went on to play 5 seasons in the PDL: Kalamazoo Kingdom (2001, 2003, 2004), West Michigan Edge in 2002 and the Michigan Bucks in 2005.