About Scott Schuhmann

Scott Schuhmann brings a remarkable level of experience as a player, administrator and coach to Half Moon Bay High School in 2015. He comes to HMBHS following over 20 years spent as both an assistant and associate Athletic Director at nearby Stanford University. During his stint in administration for the Cardinal, Schuhmann spent eight seasons as both the Assistant Director of Football Operations and Athletic Services  and recruiting coordinator from 1993-2001. Following the 2001 season, Schuhmann was named the Associate Director of Football Operations and Athletic Services; a position he served in from 2001-2007. During  this time he was the primary sports administrator for nine varsity sports where he was the main contact for coaches, staff, managers, administrative assistants and support staff of each of the nine departments. From 2007-09, Schuhmann worked as Director of Avery Aquatics center before becoming the Competition Director of the 2009 Senior Games held on Stanford’s Campus. From there, Schuhmann traveled across the Bay to become the Athletics Project Manager for the Memorial Stadium renovation project and construction of the Simpson center at UC Berkeley from 2009-12.
Schuhmann’s resume as a football coach is equally impressive boasting over 25 years of experience including stints as an assistant coach under the famed Bill Walsh (Offensive Line Coach/Recruiting Coordinator 1991-92) and Dennis Green (Offensive Line Coach/Recruiting Coordinator 1989-91). His coaching career has taken him to Northern Arizona University, University of Nevada, Northwestern University, Stanford University  and the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the Canadian Football League.
Schuhmann was a tight end and linebacker for Tulsa University where he received his Bachelor’s of Science in Physical Education in 1968. He went on to complete a Master’s of Arts in Physical Education from Northern Arizona University in 1974. He is a native of La Verne, Calif. and currently resides in Half Moon Bay.