Ed Scott Named Clemson Captain


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Ed Scott led Clemson in assists last season and averaged one turnover every 13.5 minutes.

Clemson, SC-Junior point guard Edward Scott has been named the
captain of the Clemson men's basketball team for the 2001-02 season.
Head Coach Larry Shyatt made the announcement on Tuesday. It marks
the first time Shyatt has named a captain in the preseason.


Scott bounced back from an injury-plagued freshman campaign to lead
the Tigers in durability last season. His ability to distribute the
ball as well as defend the great point guards of the ACC will be
counted on again this season.


Scott led Clemson in assists last season and averaged one turnover
every 13.5 minutes, the fifth best ratio for a point guard in school
history. He had 127 assists against just 74 turnovers for the season
and shot 82.1 percent from the foul line. The native of Eastover,
SC and Lower Richland High School averaged 7.3 points per game and
3.4 rebounds per outing in starting all 30 contests. At one stretch
he made 23 consecutive free throws, the longest streak by a Clemson
player since 1984.


His contributions both on and off of the stat sheet made the
designation of captain an easy one for Shyatt. "Through a lot of
hard work, quality minutes and a high level of respect from both his
teammates and his coaches Ed Scott has earned the responsibility of
serving as our team captain. This team is looking for a leader and
for somebody who has experienced the ups and downs, who's overcome
obstacles and in particular has shown a consistent work ethic in the
classroom and on the court these last two years."

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