2012 (Redshirt Sophomore): Played in three matches and three sets at outside hitter ... totaled five kills and one blocks for the season ... had three kills vs. NJIT (2/11).
2011 (Redshirt Freshman): Mike Anderson Player of the Game (1/28) ... played in 27 matches, starting seven, and 54 sets ... totaled 97 kills, six aces, 46 digs and 14 total blocks for the season ... made collegiate debut against UCLA (1/13) ... put down 14 kills on .417 hitting with seven digs against Loyola (1/28) ... tallied eight kills and three blocks against Lewis (1/29) ... tied career-best with 14 kills vs. CS Northridge (2/5).
2010 (Freshman): Redshirted.
Four year letterwinner in volleyball at Twin Valley High School in Elverson, Pa. ... captain for the Raiders senior year ... two-time All-County and All-Distrcit ... three-time team MVP ... selected First Team Berks County All-Division I sophomore year ... Volleyball Magazine Fab 50 ... won silver medal at 2008 and 2009 KeyStone State Games and was 2008 U18 MVP ... played for Red Rose Volleyball Club in Lancaster, Pa. ... attended 2008 Junior Olympics in Utah ... attended 2009 Junior Olympics in Atlanta with Yorktowne Volleyball Club.
Born Scott Charles Kegerreis on September 7, 1991 in West Chester, Pa. ... parents are Charles and Dana Kegerreis ... has two sisters Niccole (26) and Katherine (24) ... father, Charles, and his uncle, Ralph, both attended Penn State ... father was an All-American at Penn State (1979-82) ... names hunting, hiking, watching movies, and hanging out with friends as favorite hobbies, Jack Johnson, Jason Mraz, and Modest Mouse as his favorite entertainers, math and history as favorite school subjects, Philadelphia Eagles as favorite professional sports team, Michael Jordan as favorite athlete, seafood and macaroni and cheese as favorite foods, "Angels and Demons" as favorite book, "Seinfeld", "Sports Center", and the Discovery Channel as favorite TV shows, "Rush Hour" as favorite movie, Denzel Washington as favorite actor, Jessica Alba as favorite actress, and Logan, Utah as favorite place to visit ... majoring in mathematics.
Why Penn State?
"I chose Penn State because it was a school excellent in both academics and volleyball. My family also has a tradition with Penn State so I knew it would be a great fit for me."