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23 Abby Scott

2013-14 (Sophomore): Scott saw her role increase from her freshman campaign as her minutes per game nearly doubled (26.6) and she started in 20 games on the season. She concluded her second season as an Aggie averaging 10.8 points per game and three rebounds per game. Scott scored in double-figures on 13 different occasions including seven of her last eight games played. Scott recorded a career-high 36 points on Jan. 16 in a win against Chicago State. In that game, she also worked her way into the record books by going 11-20 from three-point range which was a new WAC and school record for a single game performance. It also is the most three-pointers attempted in NM State history. Her performance in the 82-61 win over the Cougars also tied Scott with eight others for the second most sing-game three’s in NCAA history. She came back two days later to score 25 points, helping NM State to a 106-77 win over Kansas City. She was named WAC Player of the Week for the week of Jan. 13-19.

2012-13 (Freshman): Scott played in all 31 games as a freshman for the Aggies and started in nine.  Her first start of her career was against UT Arlington (12/29) when she worked for a career high 18 points. She had four games shooting in double figures, including three in-a-row late in WAC play. Scott shot a team-leading 80 percent from the free throw line by making 16-20 on the year.  Scott made 35 three pointers during the season which ranked third on the team and made a career-high five three point shots against San Jose State (2/14). She finished her inaugural season with a .290 field goal percentage while averaging 13.5 minutes a game on the court.

High School: Scott signed during the fall 2011 early signing period. The ESPN HoopGurlz website ranked Scott at No. 38 nationally for wing players. HoopGurlz also ranked New Mexico State's 2012 commitments of Scott, Sasha Weber and Shay Young among the top-20 mid-major recruiting classes in the nation. The site stated the three perimeter players should provide plenty of scoring and ball-handling skills for the Aggies.

Aggie assistant coach Aarika Hughes was key in recruiting Scott to Las Cruces. Hughes coached Scott on the senior's AAU team, Team Concept in Oregon. Hughes also played for the AAU squad during her high school days.

A four-year starter at Madras, Scott was nominated as a 2012 McDonald's All-American after her senior campaign. Scott averaged 22.4 points, 8.9 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 3.3 steals per game as a senior. In her final season she led the White Buffaloes to the Oregon 4A State Semifinals for the second straight season and a Tri-Valley Conference championship after compiling a 25-3 record. As a result, Scott earned Class 4A All-State first team honors and was named to the 2012 Oregon State Championship Tournament first team. She also claimed Tri-Valley Conference first team honors and was named the league's Player of the Year in 2012.

 As a junior at Madras she averaged 12.2 points, 5.6 rebounds, 3.8 assists and 2.6 steals per game. Scott helped lead the White Buffaloes to a 21-8 record and advance to the Oregon 4A State Semifinals. Scott scored 12 points in a semifinal loss to Cascade and tallied 17 against Henley in the state's third-place game. Scott averaged 14 points per game in the OSAA state championship tournament and was named to the 2011 Oregon State Championship Tournament first team. She also earned Class 4A All-State second team honors after her junior campaign. The guard also claimed first team All-Tri-Valley Conference accolades in 2011.

As a freshman, Scott earned Intermountain Conference Honorable Mention Team honors.

During summer 2011 Scott showcased her skills at tournaments in Chicago and the End of the Trail Tournament in Oregon City, Ore., as Team Concept earned first-place honors. Scott chose NM State over Oregon State, San Diego State, SMU, Pepperdine, San Francisco, Santa Clara, Portland and Utah State.

Personal: Scott was born Apr. 6, 1994 in Bend, Oregon. She is the daughter of James and Amy Scott. She plans to major in criminal justice.

Position: Guard
Height: 6'1"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Madras, Ore.
High School: Madras HS
Experience: High School
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