Height 5'11"
Weight 154
Year Senior
Hometown Newcastle, England
High School RGS Newcastle
School: CC
Birthdate January 01, 2020


2012: Team captain ... Saw action in all 16 contests, making 13 starts ... Tied for the team-high with two goals and five points ... Was second on the team with 12 corner attempts and third with five shots on goal ... Scored his first goal of the season, and assisted on another in 2-0 win over Manhattan (9/5/12) ... Tallied Columbia's goal in 1-1 tie against Providence (10/9/12).

2011: Second team All-Ivy Selection...tallied a team and career high six assists...Scott led the league in assists per game with 0.55 through 11 games

2010: Started all 17 matches at a midfield spot ... had a goal and two assists ... tied for fourth on the team with 22 shots ... named Jim Lennox Offensive Most Valuable Player at the Mayor's Cup in Oneonta, N.Y., after recording a goal and an assist over two matches ... scored goal against host Hawks and registered assist vs. Syracuse ... had an assist and recorded three shots in 2-1 win over Dartmouth.

2009: Talented first-year player who started all 16 games he played in ... recorded a goal and tallied two assists ... ranked second amongst field players with 1,393 minutes played ... had 18 shots, which ranked fifth on the squad ... scored first career goal in victory over Long Island ... had an assist on Lions' lone goal in 1-1 draw against Fordham ... had another helper in narrow loss to Harvard ... recorded three shots against the Blackbirds and Rams ... had two shots against Brown, Penn and Lafayette.

At NGS Newcastle: Played left wing for five years ... named all-league.

Personal: Political science major ... son of Pat Scott ... also enjoys rugby, tennis and skiing ... has worked with the Northumbria Police ... b. Jan. 5, 1990 in Shoreham-by-Sea.

 Year GP G A Pts
 2009 16 1 2 4
 2010 17 1 2 4
 2011 11 0 6 6
 2012 16 2 1 5
 Total 60 4 11 19

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