Joe Scott

HometownMinneapolis, Minn.
Prev. SchoolDe La Salle HS


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Season  GP-GS  Min--Avg  FG-FGA   Pct 3FG-FGA   Pct  FT-FTA   Pct  Off Def  Tot  Avg  PF FO   A  TO Blk Stl  Pts  Avg
2006-07 28-28  810 28.9  96-241  .398  58-152  .382  39-48   .813   17  60   77  2.8  49  2  74  39   8  13  289 10.3


2006-07: Played and started in all 28 games as a freshman ... Was second on the team in assists with 2.6 per game and was fourth on the team in scoring with 10.3 per game ... Had a 1.9 assist to turnover ratio ... Had a season total 289 points, 77 rebounds, 74 assists, 13 steals, and eight blocked shots ... Had a career-high 22 points against Regis on Feb. 13 ... Had a career-high seven assists against Mesa State on Jan. 13 ... Posted a career-high six rebounds against Panhandle State on Dec. 2 ... Had a career-high two blocked shots against Fort Lewis on Jan. 12.

Pre UCCS Notes:

Before UCCS: Named all-conference while competing for De La Salle High School in Minneapolis, MN ... The Islanders went on to win the Class 3A state championship ... Scott was named to the all-tournament and all-state team ... Averaged 17 points, six rebounds, four assists and three steals per game as a senior ... Averaged three 3-pointers per game ... Made 86 percent of his free throws ... Knocked down a dramatic 16-footer to beat the buzzer in double overtime and give the Islanders a win over arch-rival Benilde-St. Margaret's ... Named one of the top five players at the Arizona Fall Showcase by

Personal Notes:

Personal: Majoring in Business ... Enjoys playing sports and Halo 2, and eating ... Has four siblings, Jeremy, Jenny, Veronica, and Luke ... Parents are Kelly and Mary Scott ... Born Mar. 18.

Stories featuring Joe Scott

January 13, 2007UCCS hands Mesa State first RMAC lossCOLORADO SPRINGS- Mesa State's bid for a Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference first ended Saturday night in the Lions' Den.
December 3, 2006UCCS tops Panhandle, matches best startGUNNISON- Oklahoma Panhandle State proved that Patrick Hannaway could be slowed down. The Mountain Lions proved that it didn't matter.
November 1, 2006Lions fade late against Division I Weber StateJoe Scott had 17 points but the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs was worn down in the end by the Division I Weber State Wildcats in an 86-67 exhibition loss Wednesday at Ogden, Utah.
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