Mia Scott is an American personality who has been playing softball since her high school days and is committed to playing for the University of Texas. Previously in her High school, she was committed to playing for Angleton. She is now remarking on her new beginning with the University of Texas and has signed herself with Texas Softball because at the university she feels at home and comfortable while playing for them. Moreover, Mia has joined Texas as a two-sport athlete- volleyball and softball.
Mia Scott is around 15-20 years old because she is a freshman and her exact date of birth isn’t disclosed. Mia was only four years old when she first started playing softball after which she had a brief period of cheerleading. She completed her primary education at Angleton High School but has not given the time period for which she remained in the high school. One thing is certain she joined Texas after the year 2021, as she came out of high school in 2021 and had a brief period in travel ball.
Mia Scott Family & Parents
She was brought up along with her other 5 siblings named Gerard, Alyssa, Laila, Gabby, and Caden among whom Gerard is committed to playing football- previously at Arkansas Tech & Angelo State. Her father’s name is Garvin and her mother’s name is Cassandra Scott. Mia Scott has remained a state champion at McCombs Field, which is one of her most memorable dates in the sport. She has chosen Texas over several other offers from the side of Alabama, Florida, Texas A&M, Minnesota, Oregon, Penn State, Oklahoma State, Houston, Arkansas, and Tennessee.
Mia Scott Career
High school career
Mia has always remained high and energetic in her field in terms of maintaining good scores and achieving the highest rank as much as she can. She was ranked number 7 in the Extra Inning Softball Extra Elite 100. Despite this, she was given the number ranking of 21 in FloSoftball’s Hot 100 and No. 57 in Softball America’s Top 100 players list. She has joined the University of Texas as a two-sport athlete including softball and volleyball.
During her 2021 season in softball, she made a hit of around .706 with 48 hits, 6 HRs, 20 doubles, 41 RBIs, and had her career finished with an interscholastic career with an overall average score of .607, 136 runs, 72 extra-base hits, and 190 hits. She has remained an honoree of the 2019 TGCA All-State and TXSWA Honorable Mention All-State selection. During the season of 2019, while playing for Angleton High School, she batted with .574 with 46 runs scored, four HRs, 35 RBIs, and a .621 on-base percentage. Her performance led her team to appear for the 2019 Texas Girls Class 5A State title, where the team held the overall score of 8-1 and a win against the oppositions Corpus Christi Calallen.
Despite this, Mia has also remained a member of the 5A State Championship All-Tournament Team and has earned the honors like All-Southern Brazoria County Offensive Player of the Year and District 24-5A First Team. She was given the honor of being called the District 27-5A Newcomer of the Year and All-Southern Brazoria County in 2018 after she scored overall .566, 64 hits, 35 scored runs, 6 HRs, 43 RBIs, and a .595 OBP.
Mia Scott Biography
|Age (as of 2022)
|Texas, United States
|University of Texas
|in feet inches – 5’ 5” – in Centimeters – 165 cm
|in Kilograms – 58 kg – in Pounds – 128 lbs
|Three (Alyssa, Laila, Gabby Scott)
|Two (Caden & Gerard Scott)
Mia Scott has not been committed to anyone romantically in the industry. Either she is too busy with her new beginning with Texas Softball or doesn’t want to show off her romantic relationships in the media. For the moment, there is no man in Mia’s life or she has not revealed anything related to her past romantic relationships.
Mia Scott Net Worth
It is just the beginning of Mia’s life. She has got herself enrolled in the University of Texas where she would be playing for the Texas Longhorns softball. For the moment, we can only conclude her prize money and awards that she might have gotten throughout her career. Also, the Angleton native girl goes undeclared in her major subject for higher education.