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Stephen  Scott

Cary, N.C.

High School:
Cardinal Gibbons

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 200





Commodores secure milestone win

Corbin becomes Vandy’s all-time winningest coach as Dores down Houston


Omaha Challenge - Day 1

Commodores open annual Challenge


Team Black wins back-and-forth game three

Freshman Jayson Gonzalez homers again in Black and Gold Series


Team Gold takes 1-0 lead in Black and Gold Series

Zach King bests Jackson Gillis in Game One duel


Commodores open fall ball Friday

Vandy returns 22 lettermen and welcomes 18 freshmen


Vanderbilt vs. Alabama (05-20-17)

Vanderbilt takes on Alabama in baseball on May 20, 2017


Vanderbilt vs. Tennessee

Vanderbilt Commodores defeat Tennessee 1-0 Friday night at Hawkins Field.


Vanderbilt vs. Texas A&M Game 1

The Commodores and Aggies begin their weekend series Friday night at Hawkins Field.


Vanderbilt vs. Saint Mary's

Vanderbilt defeated Saint Mary's 9-8 Friday night at Hawkins Field.


Vanderbilt vs. Central Arkansas

Vanderbilt defeated Central Arkansas by a score of 10-5 on Mar. 7, 2017

Career Game Highs
*2, last 4/15 vs. Florida
*3, last 5/7 vs. Missouri
*2, last 4/21 at Georgia
*2, last 5/7 vs. Missouri
*1, last 4/21 at Georgia
*2, last 5/2 vs. Tennessee
Stolen Bases:
*1, last 5/7 vs. Missouri

Coach Corbin Quote: Stephen had a great summer in the NECBL and has put himself in position to help our team. He is a very reliable young man in every facet of his life. He swings the bat with skill and strength while commanding the strike zone. He also gives us depth and versatility because of his ability to play the outfield and catch. I really like his toughness.

2017 - Went 1-for-2 off the bench in win vs. Alabama 5/18... Drove in a run for the second straight game and went 0-for-2 from the leadoff spot in loss at Louisville 5/9... Scored a career-best three runs against Missouri 5/7, walking twice while hitting leadoff for the first time in his career... Singled in loss to Tennessee 4/29... Struck out twice and went 0-for-3 in victory vs. Tennessee 4/28... Went 0-for-3 in win over Georgia 4/22 in first game of doubleheader... Smashed his second home run of the season in win at Georgia 4/21 driving in two runs... Scored a career-high three runs in win at Middle Tennessee 4/18... Singled twice in loss to Florida 4/15... Struck out twice in loss to Florida 4/14... Singled in loss to Florida 4/13.. Walked and scored a run in loss vs. Tennessee Tech 4/11... Went 0-for-3 with a walk in loss at South Carolina 4/8... Scored two runs and collected two hits in victory at South Carolina 4/7... Singled and scored in win at South Carolina 4/6... Scored two runs and collected two hits in win vs. UT Martin 4/4... Went 0-for-4 in win at Kentucky 4/2... Went 0-for-4 in loss at Kentucky 4/1 starting in RF for first time this season... Extended hitting streak to six games with RBI-single at Kentucky 3/31... Singled for the fifth straight game in victory over Lipscomb 3/28... Scored two runs and walked twice for second straight game vs. Texas A&M 3/26, stealing his first career base... Walked twice and singled in win vs. Texas A&M 3/25... Singled and scored against Texas A&M 3/24... Singled twice and walked twice in victory vs. Belmont 3/22... Struck out twice and went 0-for-4 at Ole Miss 3/19... Hit his first career home run at Ole Miss 3/18 as part of two-hit game... Started his first game of the year as the DH in win over Western Kentucky 3/14 going 0-for-3 with two walks... Singled for the fifth straight game in loss to Saint Mary's 3/12... Started in LF for fourth straight game and scored a run going 1-for-3 in victory over Saint Mary's 3/10... Singled twice to set a new career-best in win over Central Arkansas 3/8... Doubled and scored in win over Central Arkansas 3/7... Made his season debut against CSUN 3/5, starting in LF and going 1-for-3 with two RBI... Missed first three weeks of season after being hit in face by pitch during last preseason training session.

2016 - Played in 18 games, making one start, as a true freshman... Drove in a run with a single in win at Missouri 3/27... Earned his first career start at Middle Tennessee 3/22 getting the nod in LF and going 0-for-3... Drove in his first career run in win over Radford 3/8... Picked up his first career hit in win over UIC 2/28...Scored a run and lined out to left against San Diego 2/21... Made his collegiate debut against San Diego 2/20 striking out in his lone at-bat... SUMMER BALL   Named Rookie of the Year in the New England Collegiate Baseball League for Newport, hitting .285 with 10 home runs, 32 RBI and 29 runs scored over 42 games.

High School -  Perfect Game All-American in 2015 starred in baseball and football at Cardinal Gibbons HS in Cary, N.C. lettering four years in baseball and three in football... Captained the football team as a senior in 2014... Won conference championships in football and baseball in 2012... Earned All-State honors in 2014, All-Metro in 2014-15 and All-Conference 2013-15... Played summer ball with the legendary Midland Redskins... Played summer/high school ball with several Division I athletes: Stevie Mangrum (Virginia Tech), Zeke Pinkham (University of Louisville), Logan Harvey (Wake Forest), Jake Mueller (Wake Forest), Utah Jones (University of North Carolina), Cody Morris (South Carolina), Greyson Jenista (Wichita State), Cody Scroggins (Arkansas), Hayden Senger (Miami of Ohio), Carson Lydon (Virginia Tech Football).

Academics - Scott is majoring in economics.

Personal - Stephen Garrett Scott... Born 5/23/97 in Raleigh, N.C.... Son of Curtis and Dawnette Scott... Has one sister, Alex... Favorites include: Mike Trout (player), Boston Red Sox (team), Interstellar, Anchor Man, The Other Guys (movies), SportsCenter, Family Guy, Key and Peele (TV shows), Will Ferrell (actor), barbeque (meal), Jason Aldean (musician)... Says he would be a team manager if he was not an athlete... Names Mark Wahlberg as the actor that would play him in a movie... Uses hard-working as the word to describe himself... Roommates with Walker Grisanti... Lists winning back-to-back WWBA national championships with the EvoShield Canes as his most memorable athletic moments... Chose Vanderbilt because "I loved all the coaches, atmosphere, facilities and Nashville. Plus, both of my parents attended Vanderbilt."

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