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  Tyler Scott
Tyler Scott

Player Profile
Class:
RS Freshman

Hometown:
Novato, Calif.

High School:
Marina Catholic HS

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 220

Position:
OF

Bats/Throws:
R/R

04/09/2013

No. 10 UCLA Baseball Claims 5-1 Victory over Hawai'i

Zeile goes 2-4 with a double and a RBI while Poteet throws five scoreless innings.

02/24/2013

No. 2 UCLA Baseball Gets Series Win with 5-4 Victory over Baylor

Valaika goes 2-5 with a RBI while Berg earns the win in relief.

01/23/2012

Fall Quarter Director's Honor Roll Lists 276 Student-Athletes

Seventeen earn a 4.0 gpa for the quarter.

03/26/2013

UCLA Baseball vs. USC

UCLA Baseball vs. USC; UCLA 6, USC 1; March 10, 2013.

Notes
Joined the UCLA baseball program in January 2012...also plays for the UCLA football team as a wide receiver...did not play in any football games in 2011 (redshirt) or 2012.

2012
Redshirted.

High School
Three-year varsity baseball and two-year varsity football letterwinner under head coachs Tim Grayson and Mazi Moayed, respectively, at Marin Catholic High School...selected in the 41st round of the 2011 MLB Draft by the Texas Rangers...helped lead Marin Catholic to a 24-4 overall record, including a 16-2 league mark, as a senior (2011)...went 3-for-4 with a two-run homer in a 10-1 victory over McKinleyville to lead Marin Catholic to the CIF North Coast Section Division IV title in the final game of his senior season...played in both the outfield and at third base at Marin Catholic...on the football field, had 41 carries for 234 yards and six touchdowns as a junior (2009)...also recorded 13 catches for 465 yards and seven touchdowns that season.

Personal
Full name: Tyler Justin Scott...born May 16, 1993 in Greenbrae, Calif...Tyler is the oldest of Charles and Marcy Scott's three children...has two younger sisters, Dominique and Mariah...father, Charles, played eight seasons of minor league baseball, pitching primarily in the Cleveland Indians' organization...undeclared major.


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