Q&A With Auburn Softball Outfielder Brittany Scott
AUBURNTIGERSDOTCOM Auburn softball outfielder Brittany Scott
Auburn softball outfielder Brittany Scott

Jan. 24, 2006

AUBURN, Ala. - Brittany Scott scored 17 runs and stole eight bases in her first season with the Tigers. She was a freshman last season as Auburn rolled to a program-record 50 victories and second straight NCAA Regional appearance.

Question: What's the best advice you've ever been given and who gave you that advice?
"My mom told me that I can do everything that I put my mind to. That would have to be the best advice that I have ever been given."

Q: What's the most memorable thing that you took away from your freshman season?
"Stealing against Tennessee. I think that was my first stolen base against an SEC team and it was against Tennessee, which was a big thing. That was the best."

Q: What was the hardest thing about being a freshman?
"Being accepted by other teammates, especially the upperclassmen. I guess that was the hardest thing because you go into an atmosphere where you don't really know anybody and all the sudden you want people to accept you."

Q: What was the most fun part of being a freshman?
Sitting on the front of the bus because the seniors sit in the back. When we would get off the bus to go eat somewhere I would always be the first person to get in line because I was at the front of the bus."

Q: If you could have played another sport in college, what would it have been and why?
"Volleyball. I love volleyball. I played four years in high school and it was the best. It was fun."

Q: What was it like being a part of the first team at Auburn to host an NCAA Regional?
"It was fun. We were all pumped up. When we were sitting in the room to hear the selections for our region we had food and it was just really fun. The atmosphere was exciting."

Q: What best describes you?
"I am very energetic and I like to dance. I am always dancing."

Q: If you could trade places with one of your teammates for a day, who would you choose and why?
"Holly Currie so I could hit five bombs (home runs) in one day."

Q: What would you do on your "perfect day?"
"I would be a regular student for one day so I wouldn't have to worry about softball, because I do that everyday. I would wake up in the morning, have breakfast and then just watch MTV all day long."

Q: What do you think is the hardest thing about playing softball?
"The competition because everyone is good. In high school, you are probably the top player on the team but when you come to college, everyone is good. It is hard to compete."