ABC News 4 Sports Director Scott Eisberg can be seen weekday evenings at 6 p.m. and 11 p.m., and on the weekends during college football season.
Although he hails from Long Island, New York, he considers the Palmetto State home, where his career has never taken him off Interstate 26.
After graduating from the University of South Carolina, Scott landed his first job in the sports department at WYFF-TV in Greenville/Spartanburg, where he covered Clemson and USC, traveled with the Carolina Panthers all the way to Seattle, Washington, for the NFC Championship game, and shot many great upstate high school football games.
Next stop on I-26, Scott joined WOLO, in Columbia, as the weekend sports anchor. While in Columbia, Scott traveled extensively with the University of South Carolina and covered The Masters for a full seven days.
In May of 2007, Scott got the call he had dreamed of, and moved further down I-26 to ABC News 4, where he'd previously spent two full summers as a college intern in the sports department.
In November 2013, Scott was named ABC News 4's Sports Director.
While at ABC News 4, Scott has won multiple awards from the Associated Press, Radio-Television-Digital News Association of the Carolinas and South Carolina Broadcasters Association.
Scott also was named the National Sports Media Association's S.C. Sportscaster of the Year for 2017.
Scott was voted by readers of the Charleston City Paper as Best Sportscaster in the Lowcountry in 2011, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019.
Scott has covered major national sporting events while at ABC News 4, including Clemson in two NCAA Football National Championships Games, the Gamecocks in the NCAA Basketball Final Four and the College of Charleston in the NCAA Tournament, the PGA Championship, and more than 15 college football bowl and playoff games, and
One of his greatest accomplishments, however, came in 2008 when Scott met his future wife, Cally. They married in 2011 after Scott pulled off one of the greatest proposals of all time.
In 2014, Scott and Cally had their first child, Erin. They welcomed their second daughter, Abby, in 2017.
In his free time Scott loves to travel, attend live sporting events, and listen to country music. Living in the Lowcountry, he hopes to lower his golf score to double digits and possibly reel in a few fish. Feel free to contact him with feature story ideas, or just to say hi.