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#28 Evan Scott
Position: Pitcher/Designated Hitter
Bats: R
Throws: R
Height: 6'3"
Weight: 205
Year: Senior
Hometown: Haymarket, Va.
High School: Battlefield
Major: Sport and Rec Management
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As a senior:

  • Ranked ninth in the CAA in slugging percentage (.542) along with eighth in on-base percentage (.444) and fifth in walks (34)
  • Within 30 CAA league games, ranked second for slugging (.670), second on-base percentage (.492), fifth runs (30), fourth RBIs (33), third home runs (7), ninth total bases (63) and first in walks (25)
  • Finished career ranked sixth in JMU history with 39 games started on the pitching mound
  • 2-for-3 with three RBIs against Longwood
  • Double and a sacrifice fly in win vs. Bucknell in series opener
  • Solid for 5 1/3 innings in start vs. Lafayette, allowing two runs, one earned, with seven strikeouts
  • 2-for-3 with first three-RBI game and first home run of the season
  • 5 1/3 innings in Friday start against W&M allowing two unearned runs and only one hit with six strikeouts
  • 2-for-4 with a walk and RBI in GSU middle game
  • 2-for-3 withi two runs, two RBI's and two walks in win in GSU finale. One of hits was a double for team's only extra-base hit in 16-hit attack
  • Pinch-hit RBI double as JMU attempted a late comeback in Delaware middle game
  • Had a career series against Northeastern, going 6-for-12 (.500) with two doubles, a home run, five runs scored, five RBI's, two steals and his first win of the season on the mound in Sunday's finale
  • Went 3-for-5 at the plate with career-best four runs scored in ODU opener
  • Pitched season highs of six innings and eight strikeouts in ODU finale
  • Drove in four runs with a three-run home runs in Hofstra opener
  • Singled, doubled, and hit a grand slam to total six RBI's in Hofstra middle game
  • Five RBIs on three-run home run and two-run double in the ninth in JMU's comeback win over VCU
  • Closed career going 5-for-11 with two home runs, four RBIs and four walks in series at Towson

As a junior:

  • Within the CAA, ranked 10th for opponent batting average (.256), seventh fewest hits allowed (63) and second for starts (14)
  • During 30 CAA league games, ranked 15th for opponent average (.279) and seventh for fewest hits allowed (46)
  • Ranked as 15th-best MLB prospect in CAA by Perfect Game
  • Career-high 11 strikeouts in season opener vs. Bucknell
  • Eight innings with 147 pitches thrown in close 5-4 loss in ODU opener
  • Pinch-hit, three-run, go-ahead home run as JMU rallied past Liberty 16-12
  • Allowed one run and just two hits in four-inning start at UNC Greensboro
  • Doubled and scored a run for JMU's first hit in fifth inning against Longwood
  • Pinch-hit two-run home run in series opener vs. Towson
  • Six innings against Towson allowing two runs on five hits with six strikeouts while not issuing a walk for the first time all season. Worked one scoreless inning in Northeastern opener as part of prep for CAA Championship
  • Lifted a sacrifice fly in regular season finale at NU
  • With pitching staff in need of a big performance, Scott worked 7 1/3 innings in NCAA regional start vs. Maine while allowing just two runs on four hits
  • Played for the Holyoke Blue Sox in the New England Collegiate Summer League for the 2011 summer. He hit .316 with three doubles and a home run in 19 at bats. Scott also threw 20 innings on the mound going 1-1 with a 5.85 ERA.  

As a sophomore:

  • Missed much of season with injury dating back to end of 2009 season
  • returned to help Dukes in stretch run to regular season title
  • finished the season with a 6.30 ERA and held opponents to a .265 batting average
  • made debut with scoreless ninth inning at Liberty
  • first start since early May, 2009 with 1 2/3 innings on tight pitch count at Maryland
  • worked 4 1/3 innings on pitch count at ECU, earning first win and allowing just one run on three hits
  • worked three innings in start vs. UNCW in CAA Tournament, allowing two runs on five hits.
  • Played summer 2010 with the Oneonta Outlaws of the New York Collegiate Baseball League with a 1.17 ERA in 7 2/3 innings and .148 opponent average in two appearances

As a freshman:

  • Tabbed by Baseball America in preseason as fifth-best newcomer in CAA
  • made career debut as a pinch-hitter against Southern Illinois
  • made career debut on the mound as a starter against Troy completed 4 1/3 innings
  • threw 5 2/3 innings against Lafayette, only giving up three runs, one earned, while striking out three
  • won first career game against Youngstown State by throwing seven innings of five-hit baseball, and only allowing four earned runs with four strikeouts
  • came on in relief against Bryant and recorded outs against both players he faced
  • pitched a gem against Liberty and recorded his second win of the season by allowing only one earned run through six innings while striking out five
  • struck out a season-high six batters against CAA foe Northeastern
  • was named CAA Rookie of the Week after his pitching performances against Liberty and Northeastern
  • smacked a home run for his first collegiate hit at Towson
  • hit second career homer and scored once at Mt. St. Mary's
  • threw a career high 8 1/3 innings and struck out five for his third win of the season at VCU, limiting Rams to just one run on five hits through eight before running out of gas in the ninth while attempting first complete game
  • earned CAA Co-Pitcher of the Week after striking out a career high nine through eight innings of work at Delaware, allowing just three hits and taking a shutout into the ninth
  • struck out seven through six innings while only allowing four earned runs in a win over Georgia State
  • scored a run on the road against the Virginia Military Institute
  • missed final start of season due to injury
  • slated to pitch for the Carney Pirates, but instead spent the summer rehabbing from injury.

Before JMU:

  • Drafted out of high school in the 37th round (pick #1,129) of the 2008 MLB Draft by the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
  • played for Matt Caudle and the Battlefield Bobcats
  • 2008 Cedar Run District Champions
  • sophomore year was named second-team all-district pitcher
  • junior year was named second-team all-district pitcher and outfield
  • senior year was named first-team all-district pitcher and outfield, first-team all-region pitcher and outfield, and second-team all-state pitcher
  • named district player of the year
  • named first team Washington Post all-metro pitcher
  • achieved the Academic Honor Roll in 2006.

Personal:

  • Son of Teri and Doug Scott
  • enjoys fishing, wakeboarding, skiing, and golfing
  • Sport and Rec Management Major.


Year avggp-gsabrh2b3bhrrbitbslg%bbhbpsogdpob%sfshsb-attpoaefld%
2009.... .130 16-6 23 5 3 0 0 2 3 9 .391 2 1 11 0 .222 1 0 0-0 21 9 5 .857
2010.... .000 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 0 1 0 1.000
2011.... .174 14-4 23 5 4 1 0 2 7 11 .478 3 1 8 0 .286 1 0 1-1 8 7 1 .938
2012.... .303 46-40 142 31 43 11 1 7 44 77 .542 34 3 33 2 .444 1 1 3-3 49 7 2 .966
TOTAL... .266 76-50 188 41 50 12 1 11 54 97 .516 39 5 52 2 .400 3 1 4-4 78 24 8 .927
 
Year eraw-lappgscgshosviphrerbbso2b3bhrbfbavgwphbpbksfasha
2009.... 6.93 5-4 13 12 0 0/0 0 63.2 81 52 49 26 45 14 0 12 289 .315 7 5 0 0 1
2010.... 6.30 1-2 5 3 0 0/0 0 10.0 9 7 7 10 6 0 0 0 48 .265 0 3 0 0 1
2011.... 5.94 4-3 15 14 0 0/1 0 69.2 63 48 46 55 50 17 2 8 315 .256 5 2 1 3 9
2012.... 10.19 1-4 10 10 0 0/0 0 32.2 40 44 37 31 29 11 0 6 169 .308 12 3 0 3 2
TOTAL... 7.11 11-13 43 39 0 0/1 0 176.0 193 151 139 122 130 42 2 26 821 .289 24 13 1 6 13

Career Highs

Runs: 4, Old Dominion 4/13/12
Hits: 3, 3x, Hofstra 4/21/12
RBIs: 6, Hofstra 4/21/12
Steals: 2, Northeastern 4/6/12
Hitting Streak: 4, 2x, 4/4/12-4/8/12

Innings: 8.1, VCU 4/11/08
Strikeouts: 11, Bucknell 2/18/11


Getting to know Evan...

Why did you choose JMU?
Buffalo Mash.

What is your major, and why did you choose it?
Sport and Rec Management.

What are your hobbies outside of baseball?
Fishing, Golf, and Goldeneye.

Do you have a nickname on the team? How did it come about?
I have a lot. One of them is Omar, but don't worry bout Omar. Omar's not with us no more.

What are your goals for the season and what motivates you to reach them?
My goal for the season is to make a regional. We haven't been in the past two years and I only have two seasons left to make it happen.

Do you have any unique talents or skills?
I am a world class mariokart doubledash player.

If you could hang out with one MLB player for a day who would it be and why?
David Eckstein, because he has the most swag of any player in the show.

If you could be on one reality or game show what would it be?
Jeopardy, because I beat the contestants every time I watch it.

What is your favorite memory of JMU baseball thus far?
Brett Garner's walkoff in our last home game of 2010.

What team do you want to beat more than any other?
The Wilmies.

Where is your favorite place to play other then at JMU?
ECU.

What is your favorite memory at JMU outside of baseball?
D-hall lunch at 11.

Who on the team is the most fashionable who is the least?
Ian Haynes might be the most fashionable.
Turner Phelps is a runaway for least fashionable.

Pick One.

Fresh Prince of Bell Air or Saved by the Bell? Fresh Prince.
Dell or Apple? Apple.
Subway or Quiznos? Subway.
Video Games or Golf? Golf.
NFL or NBA? NFL.
World Cup or Olympics? Summer Olympics.  

Favorite.

Athlete? Ken Griffey Jr. aka The best that ever lived.
MLB Team? Baltimore Orioles.
Movie? Dumb and Dumber.
Quote? "That's probly a probly."
Restaurant? Morton's.
Song? Pretty much anything I know the words to.
Place to eat on campus? D-hall.