Scott is from Fairfield, Ohio and was a three sport athlete in high school. He was a high school QB that led his team to the big school state championship in 1986. He pitched for his high school team that was ranked as high number 3 in the country in 1986. He played his summer baseball for Cincinnati Midland and fell in the love with the game of baseball as kid going to Riverfront Stadium in Cincinnati Ohio and watching the Big Red Machine play.
Scott was a QB in college at Eastern Michigan university but he never lost the passion for the game of baseball. In 1995 coach Hormann moved to Denver and started working for Courtyard By Marriott. He soon learned that it would be baseball that he would love to do for a living. He started doing lessons at the old Yard indoor baseball facility and shortly thereafter was asked to coach a 14U travel team. That was 1997 and he has not looked back since.
Coach Hormann got his high school start at Regis High School in 2005 as the head JV coach. He did that for a year before going to work for Coach Allen Dyer at Cherokee Trail in 2006 as his varsity pitching coach. Coach Hormann then headed off to Heritage High School in 2007 as a varsity asst. coach. He became the head coach in July of 2008 and in his first year went to the elite 8. Heritage has averaged 6 players a year going off to play college baseball.
Coach Hormann lives in Highlands Ranch and you will see his daughter Teela (13) and Kaiya (11) running around the baseball field from time to time.