Enters his fourth season with the Patriots and is expected to start in the outfield... A tremendous hitter who can hit for average and for power to all fields.
2009: Was named second-team All-American (Louisville Slugger) and was CAA Co-Player of the Year... Finished his career holding the school record for hits, runs, home runs and total bases, was second in slugging percentage, at-bats and plate appearances and was third in doubles and triples... Also top 10 in school history in on-base percentage, batting average and walks... Led the Patriots in home runs for the third straight season and had his third straight 20 homer season... Hit .372 with 20 homers, 80 RBI, 68 runs, 14 doubles a .462 on-base percentage and a .757 slugging percentage... Also was 6 of 7 in stolen bases... Had the second-most single-season RBI in school history... Finished career first all-time in CAA history in RBI and total bases, second in home runs and runs, third in slugging percentage and fourth in hits... Did not have a multi-homer game but did homer in three straight games twice... Was 2 for 4 with a homer and four RBI against Army (3/7)... Was 2 for 4 with a homer and four RBI against N.C. State (3/10)... Was 3 for 3 with a homer and three RBI against Marist (3/17)... Was 2 for 4 with a homer, three RBI and three runs scored against William & Mary (3/28)... Was 3 for 5 with a homer and a season-high six RBI against UNC Wilmington (4/5)... Named CAA Player of the Week on April 20 after going 9 for 13 with two homers and seven RBI against VCU... Went 3 for 4 with a homer and six RBI against Northeastern (5/2)... Hit final homer of his career and had final RBI of his career against Georgia State (5/22) in CAA Tournament going 1 for 3 with three RBI.
2008: Was named first-team ABCA All-East Region, first-team All-Virginia and second-team All-CAA... Started all 55 games for the Patriots... Led the Patriots in home runs, runs, walks, slugging percentage and on-base percentage... Was second on the team in batting average, hits and RBI... Hit .381 with 21 homers, 60 RBI, 64 runs, 16 doubles, a .761 slugging percentage and a .483 on-base percentage... Set a Mason school record for homers in a season, breaking his own school record of 20, which he set in 2007 and shared with Kevin Burke... Broke the school record for homers in a career with 49, breaking the record set by Chris Looze in 2005... Is second all-time at Mason in total bases, with 424, trailing Ralph Schmidt by two... Is second all-time at Mason in career slugging percentage with a .671 mark... Top 10 all-time at Mason in hits, runs, batting average and on-base percentage... Had 24 multi-hit games and 14 multi-RBI games... Hit three home runs in a game on March 16 against Georgia State, tying the school record of Justin Bour, Chris Fournier and Nick Shimer... Tied that mark becoming the first Mason player with two three-homer games on May 23 against James Madison in the CAA Tournament... Was named to the CAA All-Tournament Team after going 12 for 21 (.571) with five homers, 14 RBI and nine runs... Set the CAA Tournament record for RBI in a Tournament... Had six RBI on two homers at College of Charleston on Feb. 23... Had four RBI in the aforementioned three-homer game against Georgia State... Had five RBI against Northeastern on March 21... Had four RBI on a pair of homers in a May 15 win over William & Mary... Over the season's final 26 games, hit .453 with 11 homers, 33 RBI, 30 runs, an .887 slugging percentage and a .550 on-base percentage... Named to the preseason Wallace Watch List... Finished the season first in the CAA in home runs and slugging percentage, second in on-base percentage, third in total bases, sixth in runs, seventh in batting average, ninth in hits and 10th in RBI.
2007: Tied a 21-year-old school record with 20 home runs on the year... Finished among the top 10 in the nation in home runs per game... Was ranked nationally in home runs per game, RBI per game, runs per game and slugging percentage... Was named first-team All-CAA in the outfield and was a finalist for CAA Player of the Year... Played in all 54 games and led the CAA in home runs and RBI... Batted .365 with 20 homers, 12 doubles, 68 RBI and 59 runs while slugging .712... Set a school record with 68 strikeouts... Is fourth all-time at Mason in career slugging percentage (.623), ninth in career home runs (28) and 11th in career batting average (.336)... Led the Patriots with 19 multi-RBI games and was second with 25 multi-hit games... Had a 15-game hitting streak, the longest by any Mason player in 2007... Was hitless in season's first four games going 0 for 13... Erupted with a 5 for 5 effort at Charleston Southern, tying a school record with eight RBI and producing only multi-homer game of the season... Had three or more hits in a game 10 times... Had nine games with three or more RBI... Set a school record by homering in five straight games from March 3 against William & Mary until March 10 at Hofstra... His 68 RBI were fourth-most in a single-season at Mason while his 80 hits were fifth-most in a year... In Mason's wins, batted .509 with 18 homers, 54 RBI, 45 runs and a 1.074 slugging percentage... In Mason's losses, hit .225 with two homers, 14 RBI, 14 runs and a .360 slugging percentage... Over the 39 games from Feb. 24 through April 28, hit .432 with 17 homers, 59 RBI, 49 runs and an .833 slugging percentage.
2006: Started 48 games for the Patriots and batted better than .300 as an everday player in left field and at first base... Was second on the team with 15 doubles and was one of three players with a slugging percentage better than .500... Was third on the team with 30 RBI and eight home runs and was second on the squad with 37 runs scored... Had 17 walks, which was third on the team... Started the year well and survived a mid-season slump to finish the year with a .303 average... First collegiate home run came March 3 at William & Mary with a 3 for 4 day, four RBI, two home runs and two runs scored... Found power stroke late in the year with six of eight homers coming in final 20 games... Slugged .699 over the final 20 games with 20 RBI and 21 runs scored... Also batted .373 during that stretch... Was named CAA Rookie of the Week on April 24 after going 11 for 16 with two homers, and eight runs scored.
PREP: Earned three letters playing varsity baseball and one playing junior varsity baseball for the Cardinals... As a junior, batted .500 with 10 HR and 49 RBI... As a senior, batted .524 with 9 HR, 45 RBI and a 1.032 slugging percentage... Career average of .467 with 120 hits and 21 HR... Calvert Hall finished 2005 season 7th in USA Today National Poll, with a state-record 31 consecutive wins... As a junior and senior, named All-City, All-County and All-Metro.
PERSONAL: Full name is Scott Thomas Krieger... Born January 30, 1987... Parents are Pete and Debbie McIver... Has two sisters, Sarah,, and Rachel... A 2005 graduate of Calvert Hall High School... Hobbies include snowboarding... Also recruited by Marist, Rider, Radford and Indiana... Major is business finance.
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