Scott Burrow, '95
2019 Athletic Hall of Fame inductee
Scott Burrow, of Chesapeake, West Virginia, is the son of Isaac and Shirl Burrow. Scott attended East Bank High School, where he was a standout football and basketball player. He won back-to-back state championships in football his junior and senior year. As a senior, he was chosen to play in the North/South Allstar Classic.
Scott attended WVU Tech from 1991-1995. While at Tech, Scott was team captain (1993-1994); team defensive MVP (1993); scored two defensive touchdowns; two-time WVIAC defensive player of the week; three-time WVIAC All-Conference selection; and selected to play in the National Allstar Classic in Louisville, Kentucky.
Scott graduated with an Associate of Science in Printing Technology and a Bachelor of Science in Printing Management. After graduation, Scott worked for GTech Corporation in Charleston, West Virginia. In 1999, he started working for Elkem Metals (currently known as WVA Manufacturing) in Alloy, West Virginia as a Production Operator.
Scott is an active member of the Greater Charleston USBC and currently bowls in weekly leagues. He is also a member of the United Steelworkers Union, and attends church at The Depot in Scott Depot, West Virginia.
Scott has two daughters, Tiara and Amariana, and has been happily married to his wife Carrie for 10 years. They currently reside in Scott Depot, West Virginia.