Men's Lacrosse


12   Greg Scott
Greg Scott


Westport, Conn.

High School:
Fairfield Prep

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 195


• A two-sport athlete who plays football at UMass as well as a safety. Practiced with football during the spring while acting as the defensive midfielder for the lacrosse team.
• Earned spot on NEILA Scholar-Athlete Team with 3.0 GPA.
• In the NCAA First Round win over Syracuse (5/15), scooped up season-high five groundballs and caused a turnover.
• Scooped three groundballs vs. Syracuse (4/30).
• Picked up two groundballs and caused a turnover vs. Georgetown (4/23).
• Caused a turnover against St. John's (4/9).
• Picked up a groundball vs. Penn State (4/2).
• Scooped up three groundballs in the win at Sacred Heart (3/22).
• Snagged a groundball vs. Brown (3/19).
• Registered first career point when he tallied an assist and a groundball in a victory over Stony Brook (3/12).
• Three-year member of UMass football team.
• Tabbed by Inside Lacrosse as Wheels, for being one of the fastest players in the country.

ON SCOTT: Regarded by Cannella as "one of the best short stick midfielders in America"... a four-year starter on the defensive midfield group who has great size, speed, and desire... has played three seasons with the UMass football team as a defensive back in 2004 and a wide reciever prior to that.

AS A JUNIOR IN 2004... Saw action in 11 games as a short-stick defensive midfielder... totaled 10 groundballs on the season... registered two shots... scooped up two groundballs in three-straight games against Hofstra (3/28), Penn State (4/3), and Manhattan (4/9)... committed eight penalties for 5:00.

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2003... One of the top athletes on the team, Scott proved to be a valuable reserve... part of a defense that ranked in the country's top 20 in scoring defense, despite playing an uptempo style... appeared in all 16 games... scooped up a career-best six groundballs in the victory over Albany (3/18)... added three groundballs in the first two games of the season against Sacred Heart (2/22) and Stony Brook (3/1).

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2002... Appeared in all 16 games... part of a defensive midfield that held its opponents to fewer than 10 goals a game... scooped up 13 groundballs on the season, including the first of his career in the win over Vermont (3/13)... had a career-high three groundballs against Albany (3/19)... scooped up two groundballs versus Hartford (3/23) and Rutgers (5/4).

AS A FOOTBALL PLAYER AT UMASS... In the 2004 campaign, registered 29 tackles, four-for-loss, and a sack as a defensive back for the Minutemen... in 2003, played wide receiver on the football team at UMass, recording three catches and accumulating 107 yards of total offense.

BEFORE UMASS... Played for Chris Smalkais at Fairfield Prep... scored 21 goals and 12 assists as a senior captain... recorded 47 goals and 31 assists in career... team advanced to the state championship as a senior... also lettered in football and basketball... three-time All-Conference selection as a quarterback... football team MVP.

PERSONAL... Greg Michael Scott... son of Kevin and Valerie Scott... born March 2, 1983... majoring in sociology.

Year	GP/GS	G	A	Pts.	Shots	EMG	GWG	GB	Pen
2002	16/0	0	0	0	0	0	0	13	1/1:00
2003	16/0	0	0	0	0	0	0	18	5/4:00
2004	11/0	0	0	0	2	0	0	10	8/5:00
2005 16/0 0 1 1 0 0 0 21 7/5:30
TOTALS 59/0 0 1 1 2 0 0 62 21/15:30

CAREER HIGHS Assists: 1 vs. Stony Brook (3/12/05) Groundballs: 6 vs. Albany (3/18/03)

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