Scott Mueller
Scott Mueller
Title: Assistant Coach, Offensive Coordinator
Phone: (314) 935-4710
Year: 13th Season

Scott Mueller begins his ninth season as a full-time assistant coach with the Washington University in St. Louis football team and 13th overall with the program. Mueller serves as recruiting coordinator and coaches the quarterbacks, and enters his sixth season as the offensive coordinator for the Bears.

Mueller has been part of four University Athletic Association (UAA) championships in 12 years on the sideline with Kindbom, and an NCAA Playoff appearance in 2013. He has also mentored UAA Offensive Player of the Year award winners Easton Knott (2011) and Eric Daginella (2013).

Mueller’s first season as the offensive coordinator was a success, helping lead the Bears to a 7-3 overall record and second place in the UAA. The Bears’ offensive line allowed just 10 sacks in 2010, which led the conference and ranked 33rd in NCAA Division III.

In 2013, Mueller and the Bears’ offense averaged 19.0 points per game and finished with an 8-3 overall record. WashU won the UAA Championship for the second-straight season and made an appearance in the NCAA playoffs for the second time in school history.

Mueller came to Washington University after serving as an assistant coach in football and wrestling at Maplewood Richmond Heights High School. In 2004, he was named the M.W.A. (Missouri Wrestling Association) District 1-Class 1 Assistant Coach of the Year. Prior to his stint at Maplewood, he was a graduate assistant at Northern Illinois University (2001) and a student assistant coach at Lindenwood University (1999-2000).

A four-year member of the football team at Lindenwood, Mueller helped lead his team to its first national playoff appearance in school history in 1998. He was selected for several awards at the university, conference, and national level during his playing career. Mueller graduated from Lindenwood in 2000 with a bachelor’s degree in physical education, and in 2006 with a master’s degree in education. 

 He and his wife, Kari, have three children, Corbin (5), Adelaide (4) and August (newborn).