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#11 Lisa Scott
Position: Middle Blocker
Height: 6'3"
Year: Junior
Hometown: McLean, Va.
High School: Langley
Club: Maryland Juniors Volleyball Club

  • Holds sole posession of sixth place in school history with71 solo blocks
  • Ranks eighth in school history with 346 total blocks and 275 block assists
  • ACC All-Academic (2010)

As a Junior (2010): Led Maryland with 118 total blocks...led Terps with game-high eight kills on .333 hitting against Wake Forest (11/12)...recorded game-high .385 attack percentage against Florida State (11/19)...recorded 15 kills on a game-high .700 attack percentage against NC State (10/29)...led Maryland with eight kills on .636 hitting against Georgia Tech (10/23)...nailed 13 kills with a .385 attack percentage and recorded a season-high seven blocks agains Wake Forest (9/30)...led Terps in attack percentage (.429) against NC State (9/25)with 10 kills on 14 total attacks...notched nine kills against Tulane (9/11) and six total blocks...earned career-high .750 hitting clip vs. Penn (9/10)on nine kills and 12 attacks, added one assist, one dig and two blocks...posted .474 attack percentage with 19 attacks and 11 kills vs. Nevada (8/28)...added four blocks vs. Utah Valley (8/28).

As a Sophomore (2009): Ranked sixth in the ACC in blocks, averaging 1.06 per set...recorded eight kills and hit career-best .583 in victory against Youngstown State (8/29)...recorded career-high 12 kills and season-high eight blocks against Towson, hitting .550 (9/4)...hit .538 with eight kills in win against Morgan State (9/5)...nine kills on .333 hitting in win against William & Mary (9/12)...10 kills and five blocks against VCU (9/18)...eight blocks in victory against UMBC (9/19)...recorded career-high 13 kills in victory at Boston College (9/22)...13 kills on .444 hitting against Wake Forest (9/26)...five blocks at Clemson (10/10)...hit .389 with eight kills in win against Virginia Tech (10/25)...hit .400 on eight kills with five blocks in upset win against North Carolina (11/13)...match-high 13 kills, tying career high, on .435 hitting against NC State (11/15)...hit career-high .588 at Miami.

As a Freshman (2008): Made an immediate impact as a freshman...finished with 103 blocks, averaging more than one per set...finished eighth in the ACC in blocks and seventh in conference matches...had three kills and two blocks in collegiate debut against Central Michigan (8/29)...nine kills and two blocks in victory at VCU (8/30)...10 kills and seven blocks on .333 hitting against St. John's (9/6)...10 kills and four blocks in win against Jacksonville State, hitting .318 (9/13)...nine kills on .353 hitting at Towson (9/19)...12 blocks in win against North Dakota, setting a career high (9/20)...10 kills and five blocks against Virginia (10/5)...seven blocks at Miami (10/12)...hit season-high .429 against Georgia Tech (10/17)...five kills and five blocks at Virginia (11/14)...six blocks at Virginia Tech (11/15)...season-high 11 kills on .350 hitting with four blocks at Clemson (11/21)...10 kills on .375 hitting with five blocks in season finale at Boston College (11/26).

Before Maryland: Played at Maryland Juniors Volleyball Club... played three years of volleyball for the Langley Saxons, finishing as the state runner-up in Virginia her senior season...first-team all-state and second-team All-Met as a senior...Digital Sports Volleyball Player of the Year in 2007...All-Extra Volleyball Player of the Year as a senior, as well.. also a standout track & field athlete...participated in shot put and high jump at Langley...Liberty District and Northern Region champion in shot put...second place in Liberty District and Northern Region in high jump...played varsity basketball in 2005...played club volleyball for former Maryland assistant coach Xiangrong Liu with the Maryland Juniors.

Personal: Lisa Marie Scott...daughter of Maurice Scott and Lois Wilson...has two siblings, Leigh Scott and Maurice Scott...member of Jack & Jill of America...recipient of Guttenburger Award for Volunteer Work and Athletics...sports hero is former Washington Redskins tight end, and current local radio host, Rick "Doc" Walker...chose Maryland for the people...wants to attend law school after Maryland...also recruited by Duke, NC State and UMBC...psychology major.

SCOTT'S CAREER STATISTICS

YearSPMPKK/SETAPCTASADBSBATB
200895281721.8187440.193100232083103
2009118332221.8889558.238120273491125
2010117342592.2186512.338901817101118
TOTAL318956532.052611549.2533106871275346

SCOTT'S CAREER HIGHS

Career
Kills13, 4x, last vs. Wake Forest (9/30/10)
Blocks12, vs. North Dakota State (9/20/08)
Attack %.750, vs. Penn (9/10/10)

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