Scott has two assists in rally
Ninety-five Spartan student-athletes were recognized for having a 3.0 or better GPA.
Men's soccer player Ben Myers proves the worth in going the extra miles.
Head coach Damon Rensing breaks down what to expect from the Spartans this season.
Spartan athletes return to campus Tuesday after outstanding offseason.
2016: Saw time against Oral Roberts (8/28) and Columbia (9/5) ... Played a season-high 47 minutes against Columbia, taking two corner kicks ... Played 10 minutes against Rutgers (9/9) ... Started and played all 90 minutes with his first collegiate assist against No. 23 Akron (10/11) ... Started in overtime loss to Penn State (10/15) ... Played 22 minutes in win against Yale (10/19) ... Took one corner kick against Northwestern (10/22) ... Attempted one shot against No. 10 Indiana (10/30).
2015: Academic All-Big Ten ... Appeared in eight matches, starting in two.
2014: Academic All-Big Ten ... Entered first game as a Spartan in, 4-0, victory over Western Michigan (10/15).
2013: Did not see game action for the Spartans.
Prior to MSU: Letterwinner his freshman year of high school ... Named team captain his junior and senior years ... Three-time All-District and All-Conference recognition ... Named All-Region, First-team All-State, and First-team Advanced All-Area his senior year ... Accumulated 24 goals throughout high school career ... Named National Honors Society Treasurer ... Played on Grand Rapids Crew Juniors club team ... Club team earned U-18 State Cup Champions and Region II Champions ... Two-time guest player for U-17 Generation Adidas Cup in 2011 and 2012.
Personal: Born August 10, 1995 ... Son of Greg and Kay Scott ... Majoring in bio-systems engineering.