2010-11 (Senior Season): Played in 31 games... Finished the season with seven points on one goal and six assists... Tallied his only goal of the season against Sacred Heart (Dec. 10)... Tallied three assists in a 6-4 victory over Bentley (Feb. 19)... Presented with the Silver Bowl Award at the team's annual awards banquet.
2009-10 (Junior Season): Played in all 37 games as a junior ... Finished the year with one goal and six assists ... Recorded his first point of the season on an assist at Ferris State (Oct. 17) ... Recorded his first goal of the year on the game winner against AIC (Nov. 6) ... Tallied an assist at Canisius (Nov. 14)... Played his 100th game against Mercyhurst (Feb. 26)... Finished the year with an assist against RIT in the AHA playoffs ... Named captain at the end-of-year banquet.
2008-09 (Sophomore Season): Played in 30 games over the course of the season recording one goal and 10 assists ... Started his season off with three assists in the series with Army (Oct. 24-25) ... Tacked on back-to-back assist games at RIT (Jan. 9-10) ... Had a career-high three-point game against Bentley (Feb. 27), recording his only goal of the season and a pair of assists.
2007-08 (Freshman Season): One of only two freshmen to play in all 37 games... Scored four goals and dished out five assists for a total of nine points on the season... Recorded his first collegiate point on a goal against AIC (Oct. 19) in his first game with the Huskies... Had his first multi-point game, scoring one goal and recording an assist against Sacred Heart (Feb. 8)... Also scored goals against Mercyhurst (Jan. 18) and against Sacred Heart (Mar. 7) in the Atlantic Hockey playoffs.
Before UConn: Saw action in 56 games with Okotoks Oilers of the Alberta Junior Hockey League in 2006-07 ... Was fourth on team in scoring with 24 goals and 31 assists ... Led Oilers to semifinals of AJHL playoffs recording five goals and 10 assists in 16 playoff games.
Personal: Jeff Scott is the son of Ernie and Deb Sapieha ... born April 25, 1986 ... an accounting major.