|PLAYED AT BSU||1975-79|
Scott Currie graduated from Bemidji State University in 1980 with a bachelor of science in business administration. Scott was a vital member of the men's hockey team that won three conference championships and a captain of the national championship team in 1978-79. He earned All Conference honors in 1977-78. Scott played in 122 games, scored 77 goals and had 86 assists for a total of 165 points. When he left BSU he ranked 4th on the all-time scoring list and currently holds the 10th all-time scoring spot. Scott was selected as one of the top 50 Beaver legends during the 50-year celebration of men's hockey in 2006. Following commencement, Scott was invited to the NHL training camp of the Edmonton Oilers as a free agent. He then played in the Oilers minor league system with the Houston Appollos of the CHL and the Milwaukee Admirals of the IHL. He also played for the Fort Wayne Komets and the Muskegon Mohawks of the IHL and the Hampton Aces of the ECHL. He finished his playing career with a season in Germany with Braunlage Eis Hockey Club. Scott later returned to Minnesota where he owned and operated several businesses in Detroit Lakes, including a water park and a Dominos Pizza restaurant. In 1998, Scott earned a law degree from Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego California. He now lives in San Diego, where he works as an independent securities investment advisor. He also provides legal work for a real estate development firm in Encinitas, California. Scott has continued his involvement with hockey as a volunteer coach in San Diego at the pee-wee and bantam level.