|Hometown:||Cape May, NJ|
|High School:||Wildwood Catholic HS|
AS A SOPHOMORE (2011)
Competed in a career high 15 games for the Lions…Compiled a career high 1,346 minutes of playing time…Recorded 49 saves with a .681 save percentage…Gave up 23 goals with an average of 1.54 goals a game.
AS A FRESHMAN (2010)
Appeared in four games in goal for Saint Leo...Amassed 123 minutes of action…Earned first collegiate win in first start over Tennessee Temple (09/03/10).
Scott competed at Wildwood Catholic HS and played under head coach Mike Saioni…While at WCHS, he earned the Mathematics Achievement Award in 2007 and 2008…He played club soccer with the South Jersey Barons and the Ocean City FC under the tutelage of Neil Holloway.
Born January 27 in Cape May N.J. …Mathematics major…His hobbies include going to the beach, playing soccer and spending time with friends and family…His career goals are to become an engineer and become a professional goalkeeper…Believes his communication and work ethic are his best assets to the team…He names Tim Howard, Peter Cech, and Lionel Messi his favorite athletes and Chelsea his favorite team…He chose Saint Leo because it provided a great opportunity to become a better player and individual…Son of Kenneth and Rowena Scott…Has three siblings, Weston, Andrew and Nikkole…His father, Kenneth, ran track & field (pole vault) at Stockton College.