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Scott Duval
Scott Duval

Position:
Director of Baseball Operations

Experience:
16th Year

Director of Baseball Operations Scott Duval enters his 16th season with the Auburn Tigers baseball program in 2013. With 15 years of experience at Auburn, he is responsible for the off-the-field operation of the baseball office. He oversees the baseball budget, team travel, game operations, student managers and all other business aspects of the baseball office. He also serves as the Camp Director for the Tigers' summer and winter baseball camps.

Duval is baseball's liaison with Auburn's media relations, marketing and promotions and compliance offices as well as the SEC office. He also takes the reigns on the annual team banquet, Strike Out Cancer 5K and Home Run Derby out of the baseball office, working with outside organizations to make sure all events run smoothly while generating money for their respective organizations. Duval also works closely with the Auburn Diamond Club and the Auburn Baseball Alumni Club, organizing various team events throughout the year, and he helped coordinated the First Annual Alumni Golf Tournament in 2006.

A native of Mobile, Ala., Duval served as a student manager for the men's basketball team at the University of Mobile in 1995. After transferring to Auburn in 1996, he served as a student manager for the Auburn baseball team from 1997-2000. He then served as a Graduate Administrative Assistant in 2001 before to joining the Tigers' staff full time prior to the 2002 season as the Tigers' Administrative Assistant. He was promoted to Director of Baseball Operations prior to the 2004 season.

Duval, 37, was born on October 13, 1975. He graduated Summa Cum Laude from Auburn in 1999 with a Bachelor's of Science degree in health promotions with a minor in sports management. He continued his education at Auburn, receiving his Master's of Education in higher education administration in the spring of 2001.

Duval is married to the former Jessi Beshears and the couple resides in Auburn with their son, Bronx (3).