The AlphaGraphics Armstrong State Student-Athlete of the Month for November is senior men's basketball standout Nick Scott.
AlphaGraphics and the Armstrong athletic department are teaming up to honor one student-athlete each month that best represents the Pirates' drive to succeed on the field and in the classroom. The Pirates have won the Peach Belt Conference Commissioner's Cup four straight years and the Presidential Academic Award two of the last three years and success can not happen without the efforts of our outstanding student-athletes.
A native of Ringgold, Ga., Scott has been lights out from three-point range through the first month of the season for the Pirates, hitting 15-of-29 shots from beyond the arc for a 51.7 percent success rate. He currently ranks seventh in the PBC in three-point percentage and is averaging 11.7 points per game through the first four games of the season.
Scott joined the Pirates as a transfer from Chattanooga State CC in 2014-15 and was the Ashley Dearing Cup honoree last season for leading the Pirates in free throw percentage. The senior carries a 2.86 GPA in health services administration.
Check out the video interview with Nick on his honor and stay tuned to armstrongpirates.com as we honor another outstanding Student-Athlete of the Month coming up for December!