Scott Foley, born October 6, 1979 ... Played in the Eastern Connecticut Major League in the summer of 2000 for the Handfield Dairy team.
AS A JUNIOR: Did not have a hit in 10 plate appearances with three runs scored ... made seven putouts.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Went 2-for-3 (.667) with two RBIs and one run scored when granted the opportunity to play ... was a perfect 1-for-1 at the plate in two games ... his two-run double in his only plate appearance of the game helped BC to a 18-0 shutout of Buffalo (March 4) ... his other hit came in BC's 16-0 victory over Monmouth (March 11).
AS A FRESHMAN: Played four games in his rookie campaign; showed promise by going 3-for-7 ... registered first hit as a collegian against Milwaukee College of Engineering (March 3); drove in and scored a run in that contest ... collected one hit in each of his final two appearances against Valparaiso (March 3) and Saginaw Valley State (March 6).
BEFORE BC: Earned all-New London County honors at East Lyme High School ... received All-Eastern Connecticut Conference honors twice ... served as captain for Head Coach Andy Walker his senior season.
PERSONAL: Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences as an economics major ... a fine student-athlete who earned a "President's Award" for making the honor roll every quarter of high school ... served as captain for East Lyme's varsity basketball team during his senior season ... Scott and his younger sister Kym are the children of Frances and John Foley.
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