L'erin Scott
L'erin  Scott


Georgetown, KY

High School:
St. Catherine JC



2003-04 (Junior):
Appeared in 25 games with four starts, averaging 8.4 minutes per game as primarily the backup point guard...went 3-for-3 (2-for-2 from 3-point range) for nine points, three assists and two steals at Miami (OH) on Feb. 11, to earn her first start in the Herd's next game, at Toledo on Feb. 14...Scott registered five assists and two rebounds in 19 minutes at UT, leading MU to its first win in school history over the Rockets...recorded season-highs in points (10), assists (6) and rebounds (3) in 21 minutes off the bench vs. Morehead State on Dec. 5, going 2-for-2 from beyond the arc.

2001-2003 (St. Catherine JC):
Led the TJCCAA in assists (7.1 per game) her freshman season at St. Catherine, which was good enough for fifth in the nation in the NJCAA...named to the All-Region 7 team...ranked second in assists her sophomore year (6.1), third in 3-point field goal percentage (41%), sixth in free throw percentage (78%) and fourth in steals (2.8 per game)...an All-TJCCAA Western Division Tournament Team selection...compiled a 44-17 record in two seasons...voted to the TJCCAA All-Star game...coached by Jason Montgomery.

High School:
Her Scott County HS teams won their respective district titles from 1999-2001...scored over 1,000 points over the course of her high school career...led team to the KHSAA Sweet-16 in 2001...named an All-District and All-Region selection in 2000 and 2001...led Scott County to the regional championship in 2001 and was a member of the 8th Region All-Tournament Team...coached by Steve Helton...member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes, National Honor Society, SWAT, Youth Impact as well as a Who's Who among high school students selection and a National Council on Youth Leadership associate.

Born on May 2, 1983...daughter of Larry Scott and Jan Sammons and stepdaughter of Jim Sammons and Meri Scott...has two sisters, Brooke (24) and Tarrin (17), along with two stepsisters, Amy and Beth...enjoys running and horseback riding...a business management major.