Corey Riley has been named the next Head Varsity Football Coach for the Saint Andrew’s Scots. Coach Riley was a member of the Saint Andrew’s football coaching staff from 2008-2010 and returns as the head varsity coach. Coach Riley had an all-state high school career at American Heritage – Boca/Delray before attending Eastern Michigan University (EMU). At EMU, Riley was a four-year letter winner, three-year starter at defensive end, co-captain, and recipient of EMU’s Sportsmanship Award as a senior.
Coach Riley served as a graduate assistant coach at Eastern Michigan University from 2006-2007 prior to working as a defensive line coach and running back coach at Saint Andrew’s. After Saint Andrew’s, Riley served as an assistant football coach at American Heritage and served as the director of operations and assistant football coach for the Palm Beach Youth Programs. Coach Riley has also coached under some of the top names in the profession.
Athletic director Craig Ashley stated that, “Coach Riley’s peers describe him as a coach that easily gains the trust and respect of his players.” Ashley also said, “Coach Riley was an exceptional player at both the high school and collegiate levels and is committed to developing all of our student-athletes at every level.” Coach Riley is excited about being back at Saint Andrew’s School and understands that, “Honor Above All, and academic excellence reflect the Saint Andrew’s experience.” Riley also believes that, “a football program’s success can not merely be measured by the number of wins, but rather how the program has succeeded in educating the student in mind, body, and spirit.” Welcome Coach Riley!