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Scott Stevens
Scott  Stevens


Chattanooga, Tenn.

High School:
Chattanooga Christian


Carolina finishes 7th at the NCAA Bryan Regional

Scott Stevens shot a final round 68 (-4) to finish T-11th at 2-under.


Gamecocks in fifth after R1 of NCAA Bryan Regional

Scott Stevens sits T-12th after carding 1-under 71 on Monday.


Gamecocks open play at NCAA Regionals Monday

Carolina seeking fifth NCAA Championship appearance in the last six seasons.


Gamecocks finish 13th at SEC Championship

Scott Stevens paced Carolina with a T-30th finish.


Gamecocks in 12th after two rounds of SECs

Carolina just four shots off the pace for SEC Match Play Quarterfinals on Saturday.


2016 NCAA Men's Golf Championship

Pictures from South Carolina's play at the 2016 NCAA Championship (Photos by Rick Morgan)


NCAA Tuscaloosa Regional

Pictures from South Carolina's run at the 2016 NCAA Tuscaloosa Regional (Photos by Todd Drexler)


2016 SEC Championship

Photos from the 2016 SEC Championship (Courtesy SEC)


  • 2017 PING All-Southeast Region
  • 2017 Second Team All-SEC
  • 2017 SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll
  • 2015-16 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll

2016-17 (Sophomore)

  • One of two players on roster to play in all 12 events -- logged the lowest 18-hole scoring average in program history for a sophomore at 71.26, surpassing PGA standout and former All-SEC pick Wesley Bryan (72.12, 2009-10)
  • His scoring average ranked 42nd in the nation and was the fifth lowest all-time at Carolina
  • Earned PING All-Southeast Region and Second Team All-SEC honors
  • Had three top-five finishes and tied for the team lead with six top-10s
  • T-54th at the NCAA West Lafayette Regional (May 15-17) and T-23rd in the stroke play portion of the SEC Championship (April 21-24) propelling the team into the first ever SEC Match Play
  • Defeated Florida's Gordon Neale in the SEC Match Play Quarterfinals 2&1 (April 23)
  • Led the team in the fall with a 69.58 scoring average, highlighted by a runner-up medalist finish at the Maui Jim Intercollegiate (Sept. 23-25)
  • Shot 65-66-67 (198, -15) at the Maui Jim, which was the third lowest 54-hole score in program history
  • Had back-to-back T-6th finishes to end the fall at the Camden Collegiate Invitational (Oct. 22-23) and the Ka'anapali Collegiate Classic (Nov. 4-6)
  • Continued strong play as he T-2nd at the spring opener, the All-American Intercollegiate (Feb. 17-19) -- carded a 66 and 67 in the final two rounds to jump up the leaderboard
  • Bounced back from his only finish outside the top-25 in the spring with a T-2nd (212, -1) showing at the Valspar Collegiate Invitational (March 19-21)
  • T-17th (215, -1) to propel the team to victory at the Hootie At Bulls Bay Intercollegiate, the third consecutive title for the Gamecocks at the event
  • T-10th at the Irish Creek Intercollegiate (April 8-9) with a score of 211 (-2)
  • Score counted in the lineup in 30 of 35 possible rounds (85.7 percent)
  • Led Carolina in par 4 scoring average (4.03) and ranked second on the squad with 18 rounds of par or better, including nine rounds in the 60s
  • Selected to the SEC Academic Honor Roll

2015-16 (Freshman)

  • Appeared in all 13 tournaments as a freshman
  • Finished the season with a 72.85 scoring average, the third-best freshman average in Gamecock history
  • Placed T-71st at the NCAA Championship, with his final-round 68 (-2) helping the Gamecocks qualify for the match play part of the event
  • Won his match play pairing, 4&3, over Dylan Meyer of Illinois, becoming the first Gamecock in history to win a match play contest at the NCAA Championship
  • Posted five top-10 finishes in his rookie season, including four top-10's in the spring
  • Tied for 30th at the NCAA Tuscaloosa Regional, shooting a score of 221 (+5)
  • Carded a 70 (-2) in the final round of the Tuscaloosa Regional to help the Gamecocks qualify for the NCAA Championship
  • Tied for sixth at the Palmetto Intercollegiate, shooting a score of 209 (-1) as Carolina won the tournament
  • Followed that by finishing T-9th with a score of 213 (-3) at the General Hackler Championship, which the Gamecocks won
  • Tied for 10th against a very difficult field at the Valspar Collegiate Invitational, posting a three-round total of 215 (+2)
  • Notched a fourth consecutive top-10 when he tied for sixth at the Hootie at Bulls Bay Intercollegiate, with his score of 214 (-2) helping the Gamecocks record another tournament victory
  • Opened his career with a pair of top-20 finishes at the Carpet Capital Collegiate and the Shoal Creek Invitational
  • Earned his first top-10 with a T-10th at the Camden Collegiate Invitational
  • Low round of the fall was a 65 in the second round of the Camden Collegiate, a mark that helped the Gamecocks set a school record at 265

Prior to South Carolina

  • Three-time first-team Chattanooga Times Free Press Best of Preps selection
  • Finished tied for third at the 2012 and 2013 TSSAA Class A-AA State Championship
  • Served as team captain as a junior and senior
  • 2013 Tennessee Junior Amateur Player of the Year
  • Ranked No. 54 overall nationally by Junior Golf Scoreboard
  • Ranked No. 35 in the Class of 2015 by Junior Golf Scoreboard
  • Ranked No. 2 overall in Tennessee by Junior Golf Scoreboard
  • Ranked No. 1 in Tennessee in the Class of 2015 by Junior Golf Scoreboard
  • Ranked as high as No. 51 in the Polo Golf Rankings
  • Has recorded two top-five finishes and six top-10 finishes in AJGA events
  • Honor Student


  • Parents are David and Tricia Stevens
  • Has one sister, Catherine
  • Chose South Carolina because of the success of the golf program and reputation of the business school

Career Statistics
Year Events Rounds Low 54 Low 18 Par/Better Top 5 Top 10 Top 20 Strokes Average
2015-16 13 40 209 65 16 0 5 7 2,914 72.85
2016-17 12 35 198 65 18 3 6 7 2,494 71.26
2017-18 10 30 202 65 21 2 4 6 2,143 71.43
Total 35 105 198 65 55 5 15 20 7,550 71.90

Scott Stevens

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