An outstanding shooter and rebounder, Scott became only the second junior in F&M history to record 1,000 points. The team's most valuable player in 1987 and 1988, Scott was named a three-time Middle Atlantic Conference All-Star and was named Conference MVP in 1986-87. The 1987-88 season was spectacular in Mayser, as Scott averaged 9.6 rebounds and 18.3 points per game. He led the team in steals with 64, topping his team best 51-steal performance during the 1986-87 season.
As a compliment to his amazing ability, Scott was named to the NCAA Regional All-Tournament Team, ECAC First Team, NABC First Team Mid-Atlantic District and earned NABC Division III Third Team All-American status. Following the 1987-88 season, Scott was named the Outstanding Senior Athlete Award, which is, "presented to a senior demonstrating a superior level of sportsmanship and character, a team leader who has achieved a high level of athletic success."
Over four years, he led F&M to a combined record of 86-30, including three conference championships (1984, 1986, 1988) and four appearances in the NCAA Tournament. Scott's 1,663 career points and 964 rebounds rank second all-time in school history.