Player Number:
Bournemouth, England
Previous School:
The Purbeck School

2013: Moving from defense to forward, Scott scored three goals on the year. The first came in just the second game of the season as Scott netted the tying goal in an overtime loss. He also scored a tying goal against the University of Texas at Brownsville and one of six in a shutout of Texas Wesleyan. He had the assist on the game-winner against Oklahoma Baptist. In the summer of 2014, he played in the National Premier Soccer League for the Oklahoma City Football Club.

2012: In his sophomore season, Scott saw time in 16 games and had six starts on the season. Primarily a defender, Scott helped the Drovers notch 11 shutouts on the season.

2011: Scott saw appearances in 15 games in his first year at USAO. His lone goal of the season came in the conference quarterfinals against Wayland Baptist. He scored the team’s second goal to help solidify the lead. The Drovers went on to win the game 3-1. He also had an assist in an early October game against Lindenwood University.

High School: Scott was named the team captain all of the five years he attended the upper school. He helped his team win the Southern Counties Cup and was a County Championship long jump champion.

Interesting Fact: Lives by the sea in England

Advice to Freshmen: Work hard