Jake Scott -
2008-09 (Senior Season)
Named to GolfWorld.com 50 Players in the Nation to Watch list.
2007-08 (Junior Season)
Named to the All-Horizon League first team and Horizon League All-Tournament team... won the Horizon League Championship at two-under-par 214 (73-70-71)... was the lone competitor to break par at the league championship... also won the Kent State First Energy Invitational at Windmill Lakes with rounds of 69-65 (134)... his second round 65 is the second lowest round in school history... led the team with a school-record 72.7 scoring average... recorded a team-best eight top-10 finishes... totaled 208 (67-69-72) to tie for sixth place at the IPFW Fall Classic... placed second at the Butler Spring Invitational (71-75) and tied for second at the Wright State Invitational (73-73-70)... was CSU's top finisher at the NCAA Central Regional, tying for 41st place (79-73-74).
2006-07 (Sophomore Season)
Led the team with a 75.0 scoring average as he played in all 29 events... placed second at Horizon League Championship with rounds of 75-71-73... won the Butler Spring Invitational as he carded consecutive rounds of 72... shot season-low round of 71 in final round of Morehead State Classic to finish tied for seventh... tied for seventh at season-opening CSU Invitational by shooting 77-73...got stronger as events went on, averaging 73.4 in final round... earned runner-up honors at Greater Cleveland Amateur Championship with rounds of 73-71-70... qualified for U.S. Amateur Championship at the Olympic Club in San Francisco.
2005-06 (Freshman Season)
Was in the line-up the entire year, finishing third on the team with a 75.9 scoring average...opened with rounds of 73 and 70 at the Horizon League Championship (May 1)...carded a career-low 69 in the final round of the First Energy Intercollegiate (4/29-30)...finished a career-high third with a 226 (75-75-76) to help CSU win the Dayton Spring Invitational (4/23-24)...was seventh (78) at the 18-hole Dayton Fall Invitational (10/31)...won the 14th Greater Cleveland Amateur Championship over the summer (8/11-13), finishing with back-to-back rounds of 69 to claim the title by four strokes at three-under par (213).
Second team All-Ohio as a senior...also named conference MVP and was an all-district selection...three-time all-conference pick...led team to back-to-back top 10 finishes in state and to conference titles as a sophomore and senior...holds school scoring records for 18 holes (69) and season (35.6) and career average (36.7).
Born Aug. 22, 1987...son of Gary and Annette Scott...has a younger brother, Joshua...music major.