2011 -- Started 25 of the 29 matches in which he played ... Recorded a career-high of 56 set assists vs. LBS (3/4) and matched it a week later vs. LUC (3/11) and also added three block assists for 2.5 points ... Recorded 54 set assists vs. Stanford (2/25) and 47 vs. UCSB (2/9) ... Scored a career-high of 8.5 points vs. UCSD (1/7) on one kill, four aces and four total blocks ... Scored six points and dug a career-high of 12 balls vs. UCI (3/30) ... Scored 5.5 points twice in the Outrigger Invite vs. PSU (1/13) and UH (1/15) ... Converted a career-high of five kills twice ... Ranked 9th overall in assists (9.97) among MPSF players and 8th (10.45) in league matches ... Ended his career ranked fifth on the rally scoring chart with 1,129 set assists (8.2 aps).
2010 -- Played in 12 matches without a start ... Recorded a season-high of five assists vs. Pep (3/31) ... Recorded three assists vs. GCU (3/24) and USC (4/3) ... Added two assists vs. UCI (3/27) ... Earned a spot on the Director's Honor Roll for Winter (2010).
2009 -- Played in seven matches with three starts as a redshirt freshman ... Made his first career start vs. Cal Baptist ... Recorded a career-high of 26 set assists vs. LBS (2/25) ... Recorded 10 assists in Game 3 vs. USC (4/10).
2008 -- Redshirted the season.
High School -- Four-year varsity letterman for Coach Rachael Grant at Rancho Bernardo High ... Three-time All-CIF San Diego Section setter ... Led the Broncos to the CIF finals three consecutive years ... Selected the San Diego County prep athlete of the month in July 2006 ... Also was a two-time Jr. Olympics All-American. Club -- Played for the Seaside Volleyball Club, which he helped lead to a Junior Olympics national championship in 2006.
Personal -- Has one younger brother, Nicholas ... Chose UCLA for its tradition, academics and "to win a national championship" ... Lists his mother, Kim Callian, as his hero ... Born and raised in San Diego ... Full name is Alex John Scattareggia ... History major.
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