Hometown: Thousand Oaks, Cali.
Current Residence: Thousand Oaks, Cali.
Joined National Team: 2003
A veteran of the U.S. Men’s National Team and a Pan American Cup connoisseur, Scally has been able to light a tremendous spark by driving the team to World Leagues in 2012 and 2013. For Scally, field hockey is an heirloom passed down from generation to generation. His father and grandfather played in the Olympic Games and his aunt competed in several World Cups. At every level of play, Scally remains true to core reason him and his family played and still play field hockey – because they simply enjoy it.
- 2013: World League Round 2 (5th, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
- 2012: World League Round 1 (1st, Chula Vista, Cali.)
- 2011: Pan American Games (5th, Guadalajara, Mexico)
High School: Oak Park High School
Major: Buisness Administration
Names of parents/guardians: Gabriel and Silvia Scally
Names of sibling(s): Alan, Jacqueline, Colin
Charity Involvement: St. Baldricks, Ventura County Rescue Mission
Year you began playing field hockey: 1984
Game day mantra: Relay on your preparation.
Favorite sports quote: "If you always train the same way, expect the same results."
Best words of advice: It's mental as much as physical. Take care of your body, it is your vehicle to success.
IN THE NEWS
- Locals lead the way as USA Field Hockey qualifies for Pan American Games. Thousand Oaks Acorn. March 27, 2007