2012-13: Scott was a consistent force throughout her sophomore year and teamed with Heacock to help lead the team to its first district title since 2003-04. During the year, Scott totaled 398 points (12.4/game), 328 rebounds (10.3/game), 32 assists, 69 steals and three blocks. Despite missing a few games around the middle of the season, Scott started 30 games and saw action in 32.
Following the season, Scott was named Second Team All-OCCAC and was a member of the all-district tournament team. She was named OCCAC Player of the Week on Feb. 24 and won the team's Coaches Award.
Moreover, Scott tied the program's single game rebounding record with 21 against Mid-Michigan CC on Dec. 22. She added 21 points in that game. Then, on Jan. 30, Scott pulled down 22 rebounds against Edison CC to break the record.
She finished her career with 584 points (10.1/game), 533 rebounds (9.2/game), 45 assists, 88 steals and five blocks. She finished her career in the top 30 of the program's career scoring list.
Following the season, Scott signed with NCAA D-II Claflin University.
2011-12: Scott improved steadily throughout the season, had her best game of the year in the team's final game - 18 points and 19 rebounds (eight offensive), and was named the team's Most Improved Player. For the year, she averaged 7.2 points and 7.9 rebounds (second on the team). Additionally, she produced 13 assists, 19 steals, two blocks and 186 points while starting 14 of 26 games played.
Prior to Owens: Scott averaged 12.6 points and 11.3 rebounds her senior year at Scott, where she was also named Second Team All-Toledo City League, First Team All-District 7, and Special Mention All-Northwest Ohio in Div. II under the tutelage of head coach Darrel Dorn. Her rebounding average led the City League, and she also played in the District 7 All-Star game. Additionally, she was listed among the area's Top 25 players by the Toledo Blade. Scott also participated in track.
Personal: Karahn is the daughter of Donald and Lavera Scott.