Brett Scott Named to Good Works Team

MANHATTAN, Kan. Kansas State second baseman Brett Scott is one of 12 student-athletes to be named to the 2007 Big 12 Conference Spring Sports Good Works Team, the league office has announced.


Scott, a junior on the baseball diamond, is currently hitting .273 with a homer and 10 RBI for the 22-11 Wildcats while also excelling in the classroom and in the community.


The lone baseball player to be named to the spring good works team, Scott has accumulated a 3.97 grade-point average in finance at Kansas State and has achieved a perfect 4.0 GPA every semester at K-State. He also has served two years as the President of the Student-Athlete Advisory Council at K-State, has served on the Advisory Board for the K-State Proud campaign, volunteered for the Cats for Cans food drive, Hurricane Katrina relief effort and the Adopt an Angel programs.


Each member institution selected a student-athlete for recognition based upon significant community service, good academic standing and participation in a Big 12-sponsored sport. Beginning this athletic year, the Big 12 announced a 12-person Good Works Team for the fall (cross country, football, soccer, volleyball), winter (basketball, gymnastics, swimming & diving, wrestling) and spring (baseball, golf, softball, tennis, track & field,).