13 - Scott Geppert
Scott Geppert
Height: 6-0
Weight: 165
Year: Junior
Hometown: Coppell, TX
High School: Coppell
Position: F
2005: Played in all 18 games, starting 14...Named the Ivy League Rookie of the Year...Also earned an All-Ivy Honorable Mention...Also named a Third Team Freshman All-American by College Soccer News...Registered a team-high 14 points on the year, which was also fourth in the league...First among all rookies in the Ivy League in scoring...His four goals tied for third on the team and tied for tenth in the Ancient Eight...His six assists tied for the team lead with Brian Joyce as well as tied for the league-lead...His three game-winning goals led the team and were tied for third in the Ivies...Tallied two goals and five assists for nine points in Ivy contests...Named the Ivy League's Rookie of the Week twice (9/6, 9/19)... Tallied a point in six of seven games in the heart of the Ivy season (Columbia-Penn games)...Scored first collegiate goal against St. Peter's at the UConn/adidas Tournament...Scored the game-winning goal in a 1-0 win over Boston University...Assisted on the game-winning goal against VCU at the Coastal Carolina/adidas Invite...Recorded a goal against Columbia...Assisted on the game-winning goal against Princeton...Netted the game-winning goal and assisted the team's other two goals against Harvard...Notched another assist against Cornell and Penn...Before Brown: A graduate of Coppell High School in Coppell, TX where he lettered in soccer for three years...Teammates with fellow Brown freshman Stephen Sawyer while at Coppell...Helped lead team to 2004 SA State Championship and 2005 State Semifinals...Named the 2004 Texas State Player of the Year as well as a High School All-American...Named 2004 State Tournament MVP...Named to the All-State Team as well in 2004...Captained the team his junior and senior years...Scored 54 career goals...Also lettered in golf for two years at Coppell...Played club soccer for the Dallas Comets '87 Blue team, which won the 2003 Texas Premier League Championship...Member of the National & Spanish Honor Society...Listed in Who's Who Among American High School Students... Concentration at Brown: Economics...Career Stats: 18 Games, 4 Goals, 6 Assists, 14 Points.