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1 - Mareshah Scott
Mareshah Scott
Height: 5-2
Year: So.
Hometown: Maumee, OH
High School: Maumee
Position: CF
Bats/Throws: L/R

2013: Scott led the team in batting average as a sophomore while finishing with a .460 batting average. In 41 games, she added 33 runs, 58 hits, three doubles, 10 RBI, two walks and 22 stolen bases.

Following the season, Scott was named First Team All-OCCAC, First Team All-Region XII and was named the team's Coaches Award recipient.

She signed with NCAA D-I University of Toledo following the season.

2012: Scott burst onto the scene as the starting centerfielder for the Express as a freshman as she earned First Team All-OCCAC honors and was named the team's Heart of a Champion recipient. She was second on the team in hitting (.458), while adding 65 hits, 50 runs, one double, one triple, 10 RBIs and seven walks. Additionally, she was 33-for-33 in stolen bases. Nationally, Scott finished 17th in the nation in stolen bases and was the only player in the nation with at least 25 steals to not have a caught stealing.

Scott earned National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) D-II Player of the Week honors on May 2 after hitting .609 with 13 runs and seven stolen bases during that week.

Prior to Owens: Scott participated in softball, cheerleading and gymnastics at Maumee. In softball, she was First Team All-Northern Lakes League and Second Team All-District her sophomore year, while also leading the NLL in stolen bases. She was Second Team All-NLL her senior year under coach Jim Hall. In gymnastics, she was Honorable Mention All-NLL her junior and senior year. Her greatest personal sports thrill is making nationals with two different teams (Maumee Thunder softball & SGS Magic softball) in back-to-back years. Academically, she was the History Student of the Year in 2010 and a member of the Senior All-Academic Team.

Personal: Mareshah is the daughter of Kim and Denise Scott. She has four brothers - Sam, Isaac, Zak and Brandon. Scott is an exercise science major at Owens.