• Biography - Scott Diamond / Baseball    

photoJunior Season (2007): Made 12 starts and had a team-best four complete games...went 5-3 with a 3.45 ERA...struck out 42 with just 16 walks in 62.2 innings...helped Bearcats win the America East regular season title and earn conference runnerup honors...in his final outing for Binghamton on May 26, Diamond earned a 13-4 win over Maine in an elimination game at the America East tournament...over summer went 6-2 with a 2.55 ERA for the Martinsville Mustangs in the wooden-bat Coastal Plain League...led the team in wins and strikeouts (72 Ks in 70.2 innings) and was named its Pitcher of the Year for the second straight year...signed free agent contract with Atlanta Braves in August and reported to the team's Class A affiliate in Rome, Ga. in March.

Sophomore Season (2006): Made a team-high 12 starts...led the team with 75.1 innings pitched...posted a 5-6 record and a 5.14 ERA...second in the America East in innings per appearance (6.28)...pitched seven or more innings six times...led the conference in runners picked off with nine...ranked seventh in the conference in hits per nine innings (8.84)...placed eighth in the America East in fewest walks per nine innings (2.51)...threw two shutouts...pitched eight scoreless innings at Hartford May 5, giving up just two hits...threw five scoreless innings in season-opening win over Delaware State...named America East Pitcher of the Week twice.

Freshman Season (2005): Appeared in 14 games and started 13 ... named America East Rookie of the Year ... named to America East All-Rookie Team ... voted America East Rookie of the Week twice and America East Pitcher of the Week once ... had a 4-2 record in conference play with two shutouts and a 2.85 ERA ... pitched a stretch of 15.1 consecutive scoreless innings ... had four complete games during the season ... averaged 8.01 strikeouts per game ... struck out 58 batters in 69.1 innings pitched... pitched seven scoreless innings with six strikeouts against Northeastern.

In High School: Pitched three years for Team Ontario ... 2004 team was runnerup in NABF World Series in Millington, Tenn ... 2002 team placed third out ot 1,700 teams ... held down 1.85 career ERA with 181 strikeouts in 166.3 innings ... Slam Sports rated him the 26th-best Canadian prospect for the 2004 Major League Draft ... also was rated the 21st-best Canadian high school player by Baseball America ... also played basketball in high school.

Personal: Born July 30, 1986 ... parents are Gerald and Sally Diamond ... enrolled in Watson School of Engineering.

   
     
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 •  Scott Diamond
bu athletes    Class   Junior
bu athletes    Position   LHP
bu athletes    Height / Weight   6-2 / 195
bu athletes    Hometown   Guelph, Ontario
bu athletes    Previous School   Centennial Collegiate