BIRTHPLACE: Burlington, Mass.
BORN: Jan. 21, 1963
TEAMS/ASSOCIATIONS: Harvard University, U.S. Olympic Team
In 1986 Scott Fusco made history when he won the coveted Hobey Baker Memorial Award. In so doing he joined his older brother Mark as the only siblings to claim the honor.
One of the most prolific scorers in college history, Fusco is the all-time leading scorer in Harvard University history with 240 points (107-133) in 123 games played, and also tops the Crimson’s assist list with 133. A two-time All-American in 1985 and 1986, Fusco was a two-time Hobey Baker Award finalist, and is the only player to be named Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Player of the Year twice. He earned First Team All-Ivy League selections all four years, is a three-time First Team All-ECAC selection, and holds the second-highest single-season point total in Crimson history with 81 (34-47) in 32 games played during the 1984-85 season. Fusco also helped lead the Crimson to three NCAA Tournaments and two national championship games in 1983 and 1986.
A two-time Olympian, Fusco teamed with his brother to represent USA Hockey at the 1984 Olympic Winter Games in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia, where he scored one goal and three assists. Fusco also starred in the 1988 Olympic Games in Calgary, Alberta, finishing as the third-leading scorer for the U.S.A. with eight points (4-4) in six games. He also played on the 1982 U.S. National Junior Team as well as the 1987 U.S. Select Team at the Pravda Cup Tournament in Leningrad, Russia. In addition, Fusco also played one professional season for EHC in Olten, Switzerland, in 1986-87, scoring 48 points (27-21) in 30 games.
Currently, Fusco is the Sr. Vice President of the Professional Services Group of Ajilon Consulting USA. He has over 12 years of experience in the information technology (IT) industry, including three years with Ajilon Consulting’s executive team.
Prior to assuming the role of Sr. Vice President of the Professional Services Group of Ajilon Consulting USA, Fusco was the Sr. Vice President responsible for the operations of Ajilon Consulting’s software quality assurance division in North America. Fusco joined Ajilon Consulting in 1999 with the acquisition of Software Quality Partners (SQP), an IT consulting firm specializing in software quality assurance and testing. He was the Vice President and Co-Founder of SQP, which was founded in 1990 with his brother, and managed the operations of the company.
Fusco presently resides in Winchester, Mass., with his wife, Kevyn, and three daughters, Bradley, Nell and Mia.