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Scott Silverstein
Scott  Silverstein

Brookeville, Md.

High School:
St. John's College H.S.


Virginia Has 286 Student-Athletes Named to ACC Honor Roll

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Virginia Has 293 Student-Athletes Named to ACC Honor Roll

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Virginia Has 293 Student-Athletes Named to ACC Honor Roll

Conference has record 2,916 student-athletes recognized


Cavaliers Sweep Player Awards on 2013 VaSID All-State Team

Papi named Player of Year, Crockett Pitcher of Year, McCarthy Freshman of Year


Three Cavaliers Named to All-Academic Baseball Team

Irving, Mayberry, Silverstein earn spots on team

• Part of five UVa teams that combined for 245 wins (most in nation in that stretch)

• Led team with 10 wins, which tied for third in ACC
• Became 10th pitcher in UVa history to record 10 wins in season; was 10-2 with 3.15 ERA in 91 1/3 innings
• Tied for fourth among all pitchers with six ACC victories
• Named to Charlottesville Regional All-Tournament Team after pitching six shutout innings in regional win over Elon (6/1)
• Earned spot on All-ACC Academic Baseball Team
• Went career-long 8 2/3 innings in ACC tournament to earn win against Georgia Tech (5/23)
• Took no decision at UNC, allowing two earned runs, seven hits over six innings (5/17)
• Earned Saturday win against Duke; touched up for five unearned runs in fifth inning (5 IP, 6R, ER, 6H 3BB, 3K)
• Allowed just one hit over seven scoreless innings to earn win against Florida State (4/20); allowed just one runner to reach second base
• Worked seven strong innings to earn win at Georgia Tech (4/13); retired 17 of 18 batters in one stretch
• Gave up four earned runs, six hits in 3 2/3 innings in no decision at Wake Forest (4/7)
• Worked 6 2/3 innings of one-run baseball against Miami (3/30), tying career high in strikeouts with nine; retired 14 of 15 batters from second to seventh innings
• Pitched four shutout innings against NC State before Wolfpack got to him for three runs; earned win (3/23)
• Fired six shutout innings to earn win over Maryland in second game of doubleheader (3/9)

• Had 2-5 record and 4.48 ERA in 15 starts in first full season as starter at Virginia
• Made starts in all 10 of UVa's ACC weekend series
• Third on team in IP (64.1); fourth in strikeouts (43)
• Held opposing hitters to .249 batting average
• Did not give up a hit to James Madison in first start of year (2/22; 5.0 IP, 0H, 2R, 1ER, 3BB, 4K)
• Struck out eight batters in 7.0 innings in win against Monmouth - longest outing of his career (2/25; 3H, 1R, 2ER, 2BB, 8K)
• Worked 6.0 solid innings against Seton Hall but was credited with loss (6H, 3R, ER, BB, 3K); committed error to allow two unearned runs in fifth inning
• Struck out career-high nine batters in 6.0 innings in UVa's 4-3 win over Virginia Tech (3/10; 3H, 3ER, 2BB; no decision)
• Allowed one earned run in 4.1 IP against Florida State but took loss (3/18; 4.1 IP, 5R, 1ER, 4K)
• Earned win with 6.0 innings of work against Clemson (3/23; 6.0 IP, 5H, 1R, 1ER, 4BB, 3K)
• Took loss in Friday start against NC State, giving up four runs in six innings of work (3/30; 6.0 IP, 7H, 4R, 4ER, 3BB, 2K)
• Received no decision against Wake Forest, giving up run and three hits in 4.1 IP (4/8; 4.1 IP, 3H, 1R, 1ER, 3BB, 3K)
• Tossed 4.0 innings against Georgia Tech but did not earn decision (2ER, 3H, 0BB, 2K)
• Pitched 3.2 innings at Maryland, took no decision (5/18; 3.2IP, 3ER, 7H, 3BB, 0K)


• Returned to the mound after rehabilitating from shoulder surgery
• Allowed just one earned run over final six appearances (7.2 innings)
• Made one appearance in NCAA tournament, retiring lone batter he faced in CWS vs. South Carolina (6/21)
• Made first start vs. Richmond (4/20) and worked 3.0 shutout innings, allowing a hit and two walks; earned first career win
• Tossed 2.0 perfect innings against Duke (4/17)
• Pitched more than inning for first time against Towson, allowing only one hit and striking out two (3/23; 2.0 IP, 1H, 0R, 0ER, 0BB, 2K)
• Did not allow more than one hit in each of his first six appearances
• Made first appearance against East Carolina, retiring all three batters he faced (2/27; 1.0 IP, 0H, 0R, 0ER, 0BB, 1K)

• Did not compete while recovering from off-season shoulder surgery


• Did not pitch while recovering from offseason shoulder surgery but saw some time as DH, at first base and as pinch-hitter
• Drew bases-loaded walk as part of UVa's seven-run rally to beat Duke May 10
• Repeated the feat in ACC Tournament vs. Duke (5/23)
• Started at DH, notched first double vs. Stony Brook (4/7)
• Had pinch-hit single, RBI vs. Maryland (4/4)
• Started at first base and had two-run single against Bucknell (2/21)

• 2007 AFLAC All-American and 2008 Baseball Factory All-American
• Ranked as No. 29 recruit by Baseball America and No. 32 by Perfect Game and also the No. 1 recruit out of Maryland
• Did not pitch in senior year with injury that limited him to batting and fielding
• In 2007, in 43 innings, had 68 strikeouts and an ERA 1.81 with a 5-2 record
• Against second-ranked high school California Team (Newbury Park), he pitched a two-hit complete game (15 K, 21 batters faced) - earned spot on All-Phil Nevin Team
• 2007 and 2008 First-Team All-Washington Catholic Athletic Conference
• Coached by Mark Gibbs
• Selected by Washington Nationals in 32nd round of 2008 MLB Draft
• Named to honor roll all 16 quarters of high school

• Parents are Steve Silverstein and Ellen Silverstein
• Has one sister, Rachel



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