26  Scott McGregor
Scott McGregor

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Liberty Township, Ohio

High School:
Lakota East HS

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 200

Position:
RHP

Experience:
2L

Bats/Throws:
R/R


04/02/2014

@MemphisBaseball Players in the Pros Update

Opening Day for professional ranks sees seven Tigers on rosters while four rehab injuries

07/16/2013

@MemphisBaseball Players in the Pros Update

13 Tigers on rosters throughout professional baseball ranks

Outlook for 2008: Will spend third Tiger season, once again, somewhere at the top of the rotation. Added strength and weight enabled him to increase velocity. Staying healthy with increased work load is a huge key to successes he'll enjoy in 2008.

2007 (Sophomore): Tigers' No. 1 starter at the outset of the season...Has won 12 games over the past two seasons...Moved to the No. 2 slot and had another successful season...Went 5-4 with a 6.63 ERA in 14 starts for the Tigers...Made one appearance out of the Memphis bullpen...Struck out one and pitched 1.2 scoreless frames to recorded his first and only collegiate save in that outing vs. Indiana (3/3/07)...Tossed his fourth career complete-game in a 4-2 loss vs. No. 2 Rice (5/18/07)...Led the UofM pitching staff pitched in innings for the second straight year with 73.1 innings...Fanned 35 and walked 24...Suffered the toughest outing of his career in the season-opener at Ole Miss (2/20/07)...Surrendered 10 runs and gave up three homers in 1.1 innings in a 12-9 Memphis loss...Posted a 5.63 ERA the remainder of the year...Was effective in 5.1 innings to earn his first win of the year against No. 29 Southern Miss (4/1/07)...Scattered six hits in a masterful seven-inning showing to defeat the 21st-ranked Tulane Green Wave 5-3 (4/7/07)...Fanned six and held UCF to just two runs in a strong seven-inning performance to pick up a 7-3 win over the Knights (5/5/07)...Started in Memphis's first NCAA Regional game in 13 seasons...Gave up five runs on eight hits and struck out a pair in a 10-7 loss to Michigan (6/1/07).





McGregor's Career Highs
IP (start): 9.0, twice, last at Southern Miss (3/31/06)
IP (relief): 1.2 vs. Indiana (3/3/07)
SO: 8 vs. Tulane (3/23/06)
Wins: 7 (2006)


2006 (Freshman): Second Team All C-USA...C-USA All-Freshman team...Led Memphis with a 7-3 record and three complete-game wins in his freshman campaign...5.40 ERA in a staff-best 14 starts...Led the pitching staff with 80.0 innings pitched...Worked at least 6.0 innings of work in seven starts...Struck out 50...Held opponents to .291 hitting...Went 4-1 with a 5.18 ERA in C-USA action...Memphis was 10-4 and outscored its opponents by 32 runs in his 14 starts...Earned C-USA Pitcher of the Week honors (2/27/06)...Held Oklahoma to just three hits and one unearned run in six innings in his collegiate debut (2/24/06)...Limited Southeast Missouri State to one run to pick up his first collegiate victory (3/17/06)...Posted consecutive complete-game C-USA wins over Tulane (3/23/06) and Southern Miss (3/31/06)...Fanned a career-high eight hitters and held Tulane scoreless through eight innings before the Green Wave plated four unearned runs in the ninth in an 11-4 Memphis win...Struck out seven to beat Southern Miss 5-4 in his next outing...Logged seven innings of work in consecutive wins over UAB (5/5/06) and UCF (5/12/06)...Struck out seven and allowed just two runs to pick up his seventh win and help Memphis advance to the semifinals of the C-USA Tournament (5/25/06).

Prep: Prepped at Lakota East High School for head coach Ray Hamilton...Was an All-Greater Miami Conference pick as a senior...Guided Lakota East to a 20-7 overall mark and a 15-3 record in league play in 2005...Finished the 2005 season with a 2.62 ERA and 53 strikeouts in 53.1 innings of work...Went 6-2 to help lead LEHS to a second-place finish in the GMC...Hit .344 with 18 runs scored, nine RBI and five doubles as a senior...Earned All-City and All-Greater Miami Conference honorable mention honors as a junior...Received All-NABF, All-Ohioan and All-Academic Awards...Earned three letters in both baseball and soccer...Led the Thunderhawks to an appearance in the sectionals finals...As a sophomore he maintained a 1.16 ERA...Played summer ball for Anaheim Angels scout Doug Smith...Guided the Diamond Stars to the NABF World Series title in 2003...Helped lead LEHS to District Championship in 2003 in soccer.

Personal: Full name is Scott Robert McGregor...Son of Scott and Jane McGregor...Major is undeclared.

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