CAREER: Evan Scott has appeared in 37 games at GSU, including 18 starts. He has 11 goals and five assists for 27 career points. He's also taken 60 shots (25 sog).
2011: Played in 21 games, starting 16 ... Scored a team-high eight goals and had three assists to lead the team with 19 points ... Took 47 shots (21 sog) ... Notched three game-winning goals ... Earned CAA Co-Player of the Week on Oct. 17 ... Became the first player in 14 years to record a hat trick in a 4-2 win over Drexel on Oct. 16 ... Scored all three goals during a 24-minute span in the second half ... Scored the lone goal in a 1-0 win over VCU to clinch a CAA Tournament berth ... Scored the game winner in GSU's 2-1 victory over William & Mary in the quarterfinals of the CAA Tournament ... Named the Waffle House Performer of the Week on Sept. 19.
The Columbus, Ga., native scored all three of his goals in a 24-minute span in the second half to carry GSU from a one-goal deficit to the two-goal victory on Sunday at Panthersville. It was the first hat trick for a GSU player in 14 years since Brian Boerstler fired in three goals on Oct. 18, 1997 in a 4-3 win over Campbell.
2010: Appeared in 16 games, started in two at forward in his first season with the Panthers...Scored his first collegiate goal against Delaware, proved to be the game-winning goal in a 2-1 victory...Scored a goal against Old Dominion in a 4-3 win...Added his third goal of the season against Towson...Finished the season tied for the team lead in goals (three) and points (eight)...Was named CAA Rookie of the Week twice during the season...Finished the season with two assists and tallied 13 shots, including four on goal.
PREP: Finished his high school career with 193 goals, which is fifth all-time nationally, and was just 20 goals shy of the all-time record, according to statistics kept by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America...Scott led Hardaway to the Georgia High School Associatoin Class AAAA quarterfinals as a senior, capping off his career with a 63-goal season...He also had five goals in the Georgia Soccer Coaches All-Star game in 2010...Was named 2010 Bi-City Player of the Year, and made the Bi-City First team from 2007-10...Played for the CFC Red Star U19 club team and won numerous championships including, 2009 U-17/19 Red Star Challenge Champions, 2009 U-19 Norcross Nike Cup Champion, 2009 U-18/19 Savannah College Showcase Finalist, and 2009 U-17 GSA Super Cup Champions.
PERSONAL: Evan M. Scott was born on December 27, 1991 in Columbus, Ga ... Son of Jonathan and Faith Scott ... he also played high school football as a kicker ... Major is exercise science.