Briefly: "Scotti makes great decisions under pressure. She is extremely difficult to guard."
Summer of 2005: Earned All-American honors after helping Shore's club team to a first-place finish at the U.S. Senior Nationals ... Lived at home and spent time with her family while she worked at a nearby restaurant.
As a Junior in 2005: Tallied 29 goals on the season ... Earned Academic All-American and MPSF Academic All-Conference honors ... Helped the team to second-place finishes at both the MPSF and NCAA Championships ... Notched a goal during Stanford's second-round NCAA victory over USC (5/14) ... Scored in both of the Cardinal's MPSF Tournament wins ... Netted two goals at Big Splash (4/23) ... Recorded a season-high three goals at Arizona State (4/9).
Summer of 2004: Went running with the bulls in Pamplona, Spain with her dad and Uncle ... Attended the Olympics in Athens to support the U.S. Water Polo Team.
As a sophomore in 2004: Helped the team to a third-place finish at the NCAA Championship ... Netted 21 goals for the year ... MPSF Academic All-Conference ... Academic All-American.
Summer of 2003: Team captain of the 2003 U.S. Junior National Team that took second place at the Junior World Championships in Calgary, Canada.
As a freshman in 2003: Notched 12 goals in her initial collegiate season ... Recorded two multiple-goal games, with two scores each against Indiana at Stanford Invitational and at Pacific ... Tallied one score against Long Beach State in the second game of the MSPF Tournament ... Posted one goal against Indiana at the NCAA Tournament ... Named to the AWPCA All-Academic Team.
High School: Team captain of the 2002 U.S. Junior National Team that won the Junior Pan-American Championship ... Helped the U.S. Junior National Team to the World Championship title in Perth, Australia, in 2001 ... Twice named the San Diego Player of the Year ... Four-time All-CIF and All-League selection ... Three-time All-American ... As a senior, selected as the CIF Player of the Year and Carlsbad High School Athlete of the Year ... Two-time team Most Valuable Player and two-year captain ... Twice named the San Diego Hall of Champions Player of the Year ... A four-year letterwinner in water polo and swimming ... 2002 California Scholar-Athlete of the Year.
Personal: Born on December 10, 1983, in Oceanside, CA ... Daughter of Linda and Russ Shafer ... Has a brother, Jay (15) ... Sociology major ... Enjoys traveling, spending time with family, going to the beach, playing cards, and camping.