2009-10: Named the 2010 Conference USA Freshman of the Year after a season which including an individual title and six, Top 15 finishes ... selected to the Conference USA All-Freshman Team ... played all 38 rounds during the season and had a 74.13 strokes per round average ... led Rice with a 71.80 stroke average during the fall season ... posted Top 10 finishes in four of the five events the Owls competed in ... named to GolfWorld's five-member Mid-Season All-Freshman Team ... won the David Toms Intercollegiate hosted by LSU at the Country Club of Louisiana ... in just his fourth collegiate event equaled the lowest score by a Rice golfer in more than 20 years, firing a final round 65 to come from seven strokes back to win the tournament by a stroke ... began the final round with five straight birdies ... shot a nine-under, three-round score of 204 (67-72-65) ... first individual Rice title since 2005 ... named the Conference USA Golfer of the Week following the win ... began his collegiate career by carding a three-round score of 217 (72-75-70) to help pace the Owls to a team title at the UTA/Waterchase Invitational ... tied for 10th with his one-over par, three-round score ... one of three Rice golfers to birdie the final hole as the Owls won the tournament by two strokes ... tied for ninth at the Louisiana Tech/Squire Creek Intercollegiate with an even-par, three-round score of 216 (73-73-70) ... closed out the fall season by helping the Owls to a second-place team finish at the Carter Plantation Intercollegiate ... carded an even-par 216 (73-72-71) to finish in a tie for eighth ... began the spring season with a tie for 13th at the Rice Intercollegiate as the Owls claimed their second team victory of the season ... carded a three-round score of 228 (79-74-75) ... was the Owls' lead finisher at the 59th Border Olympics, carding a four-over par 220 (70-77-73) ... rebounded form an opening-round 80 to fire a 69 during the second round of the Conference USA Golf Championship ... finished with an eight-over par 224 (80-69-75) to tie for 24th individually as Rice finished second at the conference tournament, the program's best league finish since the 1930s.
2009: Captured the 37th Southern Junior Championship played at Reynolds Landing in Greensboro, Ga. ... carded a 69 to share a first-round lead he would not relinquish over the 54-hole tournament ... shot a 70 for the second round before firing a 71 during the final round to finish with a six-under 210 for the tournament ... joins Rice senior golfer Michael Buttacavoli - who won the event in 2005 - as a Southern Junior champion ... tied for 31st at the Texas Golf Assocation's 100th Texas Amateur Championship ... shot a four-round, 12-over par score of 296 (71-70-82-73) ... also played in the Southern Amateur played at Colonial Country Club in Memphis, Tenn.
2008: Captured the 2008 Texas State Junior Golf Championship individual medalist honors with a three-round score of 215 (68-69-78) ... named the Legends Junior Tour Boys 15-18 Player of the Year ... qualified for the 2008 United States Junior Amateur Championship ... also won the 2008 TLJT Tyler Paper Junior Championship, carding a three-round score of 216 (73-72-71) ... posted five Top 10 finishes at 2008 American Junior Golf Association events ... top performance came at the AJGA Burgett H. Mooney, Jr., Rome Classic (70-68-72=210), tying for fourth ... placed fifth at the AJGA Ringgold Telephone Company Junior Classic (73-70-68=211) ... posted a sixth-place finish at the AJGA Championship at Traditions (76-67-74=217) ... also tied for seventh at the AJGA Scissortail Junior Championship (76-76-68=220) and tied for ninth at the 2008 Southern Junior Championship (76-67-74=217).
Daingerfield High School
District 17-2A champion as well as a regional champion as a senior ... placed third at the Class 2A state championship ... academically, was a National Honor Society selection ... among the Class of 2009, ranked No. 53 on the Junior Golf Scoreboard Rankings, No. 55 on the Golfweek/Titleist Performance Index and No. 65 on the AJGA Polo Rankings prior to signing with the Owls.
Born Dec. 23, 1990 in Longview, Texas ... son of Johnny and Carol Scott ... father was a member of the Rice golf team, playing for head coach John Plumbley, and graduated in 1975 ... has three older siblings - Trey, Jarrod and Jordan ... studying in Rice University's Social Sciences Division.