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Vols' outfielder Christian Scott will return to Tennessee next season

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Two days after a season-ending upset in the Knoxville Super Regional, Tennessee senior left-fielder Christian Scott announced he will return to the University of Tennessee for one more season. "Why not one more? #Go Vols," he said on social media Tuesday. Scott started 11 games for...

Watch: Christian Scott robs a home run to complete Vols' sweep at Florida

It wasn’t just late-game offense that provided the fireworks for No. 1 Tennessee Sunday afternoon at Florida. The defense was just as good. Christian Scott turned the lights out on the Gators — and helped the Vols complete their first sweep in Gainesville since 2001 with a 6-4 win — in left field, when he robbed a home run with a leaping grab while crashing into the fence.
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2021 Mets Draft profile: Christian Scott

Born in Parkland, Florida, Christian Scott attended Calvary Christian High School, where he won numerous awards, was named to numerous honorary teams, and helped lead the Eagles to the 2018 4A State Title. Of the course of his four years there, he posted a cumulative 1.64 ERA in 183.0 total innings, allowing 153 hits, walking 55, and striking out 223. After graduating in 2018, he went undrafted in the 2018 MLB Draft and went on to attend the University of Florida.

Calvary Christian alum Christian Scott selected by the New York Mets

When Christian Scott graduated from Calvary Christian in 2018, no Major League baseball team selected him in that year’s draft. Scott signed with the Florida Gators and parlayed his three years in Gainesville into a fourth-round selection. The New York Mets picked the Calvary Christian alumnus with the 142nd pick in the draft Monday. Scott was a top pitcher for the Eagles in high school. In ...

Christian Scott delivered big twice in last two SEC weekends

You can easily make an argument that the Florida Gators (25-11, 9-6 SEC) would have two fewer wins and two more losses than their current SEC record if not for the play of sophomore right-hander Christian Scott. In the final game of the Tennessee series, a 7-6 win for the Gators, and the first game of the series with Missouri, an 8-5 win for the Gators, Scott threw a combined 10.1 innings, giving up no runs, two total hits, while striking out nine, and walking two. Not a bad couple of days at the office in two games that mean a ton for the rest of this Gators’ season.