- Had 12 career double-digit scoring games
- Averaged 6.6 points in career NCAA Tournament games, including 9.8 points per game in the run to the 2014 Elite Eight
- SEC Community Service Team
- Was Texas A&M's leading scorer off the bench
- Averaged 9.0 points from Dec. 9 to 29
- Had three games of 10+ points
Averaged 4.1 points in 31 games (seven starts)...Scored in double figures three times...Averaged 9.0 points from Dec. 9 to Dec. 29...Had a season-highs of 12 points and seven rebounds at SMU (Dec. 9)...Followed that performance up with 10 points against Houston (Dec. 13)...Started and scored 10 points at Washington (Dec. 29)...Had eight points and six rebounds at TCU (Dec. 7)...Started and scored six points against LSU (Jan. 11)
- Texas A&M 6th Man Award
2013-14 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS
- Made a layup after a full court pass from Jordan Jones that was the No. 6 play on SportsCenter’s Top 10 against DePaul (Mar. 29)
- Started five of the last eight games, posting 11.8 points and shooting 26-44 FG (.591) in those starts
Started five of the last eight games, and made eight total starts, after providing scoring off the bench for most of the season … Averaged 11.8 points and shot .591 (26-44) from the field in the five starts to close the season … Averaged 6.9 points per game and a pro-rated 16.0 points per 40 minutes … Had nine double-digit scoring games, including three in a four-game stretch where she averaged 10.8 points and shot .692 from the field (Jan. 30-Feb. 13) … Scored a season-high with 19 points against Memphis (Nov. 28), tying a single-game Paradise Jam record with 9-of-10 shooting from the field … Matched that season-high with 19 points and five steals at Florida (Mar. 2) … Averaged 9.8 points in the NCAA Tournament … Had double-digit scoring games against five ranked teams
Played in 31 games making 11 starts on the season … Averaged 2.6 points and 1.7 rebounds per game … Had season-highs with four assists and five rebounds against Southern (Nov. 23) … Matched her season-high in rebounds with five against Kansas State (Dec. 19) in the World Vision Classic … Scored nine points at USC (Dec. 15) … Scored seven points against Liberty (Nov. 20) … Had seven points and three assists against TCU (Dec. 8) … Had three assists, three rebounds and five points against eventual National Semifinalist No. 5 Notre Dame
Played in 23 contests and averaged 0.7 points and 0.6 rebounds off the bench...Had 3 points and a career-best three rebounds in a career-high 12 minutes of action versus No. 1 Baylor in the Big 12 Championship final...Added 2 points and an assist against Texas Tech...Scored 2 points versus Oklahoma State...Grabbed a pair of rebounds against Kansas State and a career-best three rebounds at No. 2 UConn...Scored a career-high 6 points and contributed two assists and a rebound versus Mississippi State...Tallied her first collegiate points (2) against Lamar in the season opener.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Rated the No. 23 overall prospect in the Class of 2011, the No. 5 guard in the nation and the No. 1 overall prospect from the state of Louisiana by ESPN Hoopgurlz...2011 McDonald's High School All-America Nominee...2011 WBCA High School All-America honorable mention...Four-year starter at John Ehret High School...As a senior averaged 14.7 points per game and led her team to a 30-win season and the state quarterfinals...Also helped her team win four district championships...Two-time Class 5A All-State first-team selection...Two-time All-Metro Player of the Year...Three-time All-Metro Basketball Team and District 9-5A Player of the Year...Four-time all-district selection...New Orleans Metro Area Athlete of the Week on April 5, 2011...Played for the Louisiana Lady Fire AAU team...Attended Adidas Nationals in 2008 and the Ganon Baker Skills Academy in 2010, both held on A&M's campus.
Tori Stephonia Scott...Born on February 17, 1992 in New Orleans...Daughter of Tiffany Scott...Has an older sister, DeShannon (20)...Enjoys playing volleyball and bowling...Is a member of one of A&M's highest-ever rated recruiting class in school history...Recreation, park and tourism sciences major at Texas A&M...Chose the Aggies over LSU, UALR and Georgia Tech.