Scott finished his three-year Weber State career in 2013. He earned All-Conference honors each season and left as Weber State’s career leader in three-pointers. In March 2013 he was named to the Weber State Men’s Basketball 50th Anniversary Team as one of the top players in Weber State history. He finished his career with 1,345 points to rank 11th in scoring in school history. He scored in double figures in 72 of his 99 career games. He totaled 258 career three-pointers, a new WSU record and the fifth most in Big Sky history.
2012-13 (Senior) Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors for the second-time in his career after finishing second on the team and ninth in the Big Sky in scoring at 14.0 points per game...Served as co-Team Captain and helped lead the Wildcats to a record-setting 30-7 overall record and an 18-2 mark in Big Sky action...Started in all 37 games and scored in double figures in 28 games, the most of any Wildcat...Posted a season-high of 23 points in WSU’s opening game of the CollegeInisder.com Tournament against Cal Poly...Scored 20 or more points five times during the season...Totaled 517 points during the season, the 23rd most points scored in a season in WSU history...Finished second in the Big Sky in free throw percentage at 86.3 percent...Also finished fourth in the nation in three-point field goal percentage at 45.6 percent...Set a new Weber State single-season record with 103 three-pointers on the year, the fourth most in Big Sky history...Broke Damian Lillard’s record of 94 threes set in the 2011-12 season...Averaged 3.8 rebounds a game and posted a career-high 12 rebounds against Portland State where he also had his first career double-double...Shot 48.4 percent from the field on the season.
2011-12 (Junior) Played in 31 games during the season...Earned Big Sky All-Conference Second Team honors after averaging 14.5 points per game during the season, second best on the WSU team and sixth best in the Big Sky...Scored in double figures 23 times during the season and has now done so 42 times in 62 career games with the Wildcats...The Wildcats were 20-3 on the year in games he scored in double figures...Scored 20 or more points four times during the year and has now done that eight times in two seasons...Posted a career-high 28 points on 7-9 shooting from three-point land in WSU’s win over Utah State on Nov. 15...Followed that up with 18 points in a win at UC Irvine and was honored as the Big Sky Conference Player of the Week for his performance...Averaged 15.4 points per game in Big Sky Conference games...Ranked second in the conference and 21st in the nation in free throw percentage at 87.5 percent, which ranks as the fifth best percentage in WSU single-season history...Shot 105-120 from the free throw line during the season...Was 77-192 from three-point range for 40.1 percent, 12th best in the Big Sky...The 77 three-pointers made ranks as the fifth most in WSU single-season history...Ranked third in the Big Sky in three-pointers made per game at 2.5...Was second on the team in minutes played at 32.1 per game...Was also second on the team in assists with 74 and tied his career-high with seven against Portland State...Also had a career-high eight rebounds in the same game against Portland State on Feb. 2.
2010-11 (Sophomore) Scott appeared in 31 of WSU’s 32 games on the season and started the final 23 games of the year for the Wildcats...Battled a shoulder injury all season long but still managed a great season in his first year with the Wildcats...Earned First Team Big Sky All-Conference honors for his performance during the year...Was also named the Big Sky Newcomer of the Year, just the sixth Wildcat to ever win that award...Averaged 12.2 points and 2.1 rebounds per game...Ranked 14th in the Big Sky in scoring...Averaged 13.4 points a game in Big Sky games...Led the Big Sky and was fourth in the country in three-point field goal percentage at 48.8 percent...Knocked down 78 three-pointers on the season...Was third in the league in three-point field goals made per game at 2.5...Led the Wildcats and was tenth in the Big Sky in assists at 2.8 per game...Was 12th in the league in field goal percentage at 46.4 percent...Was second in the conference in free throw percentage at 85.7 percent...Was 66-77 from the line for the season...Scored in double figures in 19 of his 31 games during the season and scored 20 or more four times...Had a career-high of 27 points on 7-10 shooting from three-point land in WSU’s win over Northern Arizona on February 10...Made one of the most memorable shots in Weber State history with a 40-foot buzzer beater to beat league-leading Northern Colorado on January 29.
Western Nebraska Junior College Averaged 18.4 points, 4.6 rebounds and 2.3 assists his freshman year (2008-09) at Western Nebraska for Coach Brian Joyce...Earned All-Region Nine First Team honors...Was named to the 2009-10 NJCAA Preseason All-America Third Team... Committed to the Wildcats in November of 2009...Was set to play his sophomore season at Western Nebraska JC in Scottsbluff, but suffered a broken arm in preseason practice sessions and missed the entire season.
Albuquerque Del Norte High School Played for Coach Gerome Espinoza at Albuquerque Del Norte High...Was named the 2006-07 New Mexico Player of the Year...Left Del Norte as the school’s all-time leading scorer, three-point shooting percentage and free throw percentage leader.
Personal Full name is Scott Douglas Bamforth...Was born Aug. 12, 1989 in Albuquerque...Is married and wife’s name is Kendra...The couple had a son, Kingzton, who was born in early November 2011...Is majoring in Human Performance Management at Weber State.