Scott Bieda
Scott  Bieda


Bridgewater, NJ

High School:
Bridgewater-Raritan HS

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 165



Rutgers Athletics Honors 2015-16 Award Winners

16 RU student-athletes to be recognized for 2015-16 success during halftime of Rutgers football game vs. Michigan


Bieda and Sikora Named Second Team All-ECAC

Pair of graduating seniors recognized


Rutgers Athletics Places 112 Student-Athletes on Spring Academic All-Big Ten Conference List


Bieda and Sikora Named All-Americans

Bieda named Third Team, Sikora receives Honorable Mention


Three From MLAX Selected for North-South Game

Alleyne, Bieda, Sikora picked for All-Star Game

6th in RU history in career points (193)

6th in RU history in career assists (103)

Drafted By the New York Lizards in the 2016 Major League Lacrosse Collegiate Draft (8th round - 70th overall)

: Third-Team All-American ... North vs. South All-Star Game MVP ... Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year ... Tewaaraton Award Semifinalist ... Unanimous First Team All-Big Ten selection ... played in 16 games, totalling 28 goals, 38 assists and 66 points ... led Big Ten in assists and points ... named to Big Ten All-Tournament Team after scoring twice and adding two assists in two conference tournament games ... totalled four points with a goal and three assists in the Big Ten Tournament Finals against No. 3 Maryland (May 7) ...had four points with a goal and three assists in win over No. 10 Johns Hopkins in Big Ten Tournament Semifinals (May 5) ... scored at Ohio State (April 30) ... had three goals and three assists in win over No. 17 Penn State... posted two assists at No. 5 Maryland (April 16) ... scored two goals and had four assists in win over Michigan (April 10) ... had six point game (three goals, three assists) in win over No. 9 Johns Hopkins (April 2) ... assisted on two scores and had four ground balls in the 15-11 win over Delaware (Mar. 26) ... added two goals, three assists, and three ground balls to win over NJIT (Mar. 18) ... had goal and assist, with four ground balls at Princeton (March 14) ... scored, had an assist and collected two ground balls at Stony Brook (March 11) ... had team-high five points (three goals, two assists) in win at Monmouth (March 5) ... scored three times with assist and ground ball at Wagner (March 1) ... scored three times with assist and ground ball at Wagner (March 1) ... had one goal, three ground balls, five assists, and one caused turnover in win over Fairfield (Feb. 27) ... had game-winning goal and assist with two ground balls at Army West Point (Feb. 20) ... named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week and NCAA Offensive Player of the Week (Feb. 16)... scored five goals with four assists for nine points in season opener vs. St. John’s (Feb. 12).

Named First Team All-Big Ten ... started all 15 games at attack ... led team with 30 goals, 28 assists, and 58 points ... team captain ... totaled six points (2 goals, 4 assists) in win over No. 10/11 Ohio State (April 25) ... posted two goals and two assists at Penn State ... had one goal, one assist, one ground ball and caused a turnover against No. 3/3 Maryland (April 12) ... recorded two goals and five assists at Michigan (April 5) ... potted a goal at No. 19/20 Johns Hopkins (March 28) ... scored four goals and added three assist for seven points in win against NJIT (March 20) ... totaled two goals and one assist against No. 10/13 Princeton (March 17) ... scored five goals on five shots in win at Delaware (March 14) ... assisted on four goals, and had two ground balls and one caused turnover versus Stony Brook (March 8) ... scored two goals and had two assists against No. 9/11 Army (March 3) ... notched one goal and one assist versus Monmouth (Feb. 28) ... paced team with five points, scoring two goals and assisting three times, with three ground balls in win over Wagner (Feb. 24) ... scored three times and collected two ground balls vs. No. 6/5 Virginia (Feb. 21) ... had team-high two goals and one assist at Richmond (Feb. 14) ... scored a goal and had one assist, one ground ball and one caused turnover at St. John's (Feb. 7).

2014: Earned Second Team All-BIG EAST honors, finishing third in the league in conference-only games with 4.17 points per game and 2.00 assists per game ... finished third overall in the BIG EAST and 32nd nationally with 1.60 assists per game ... finished second on the team overall with 42 points and led the squad with 24 assists ... led Rutgers with 25 points and 12 assists in BIG EAST games ... tallied at least two points in all six regular season conference games, totaling five or more in four different league contests ... named to the 2014 BIG EAST All-Tournament Team, notching three assists vs. No. 2 Denver in the BIG EAST Championship Semifinal game on May 1 ... earned BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week honors (April 28) for his five-point (two goals, three assists) performance in a key victory at Georgetown (April 26) to secure RU a spot in the BIG EAST Championship ... totaled a career-high six points (three goals, three assists) in a win over St. John's (April 2) ... posted back-to-back five-point games (three goals, two assists) at Denver (March 22) and vs. Marquette (March 29)... won team's Alfred Sasser Trophy.

2013: Impactful player at attack in his freshman season, seeing time in all 15 games and starting in 10 ... finished third on the team in goals (14) and points (27), while ranking second in assists (13) ... totaled nine multi-point games ... notched four multi-assist performances and three multi-goal outings ... recorded five games with three or more points ... tallied at least one point in each of the final eight games of the season ... made debut in opener against Manhattan (Feb. 10), posting one goal and one assist versus the Jaspers ... followed that up with a two-goal performance against Air Force (Feb. 16) ... totaled a career-high three assists at UMBC (Feb. 23) ... had one goal and two assists against Holy Cross (March 5) ... accumulated a career-high three goals and personal-best four points versus Providence (March 30) ... put one ball in the back of the net and provided two helpers at Syracuse (April 13).

Prior to Rutgers:US Lacrosse All-American in 2012 ... scored a single-season school -record 108 points as a senior, netting 60 goals and dishing out 48 assists for Bridgewater-Raritan head coach and former Scarlet Knight Chuck Apel ... Under Armour Underclass All-American as a junior in 2011 ... finished Bridgewater-Raritan career with a school-record 204 points ... Star-Ledger First Team All-State selection ... Courier News 2012 Player of the Year ... earned all-state recognition as a junior and senior, as well as first team all-conference honors ... honored with the team's Marshall Chamber Award for attackman of the year ... son of John and Carol Bieda.

5 (2x, last vs. St. John’s, 2-12-16)
Assists: 5 (2x, vs. Fairfield, 2-27-16)
Points: 9 (vs. St. John’s, 2-12-16)
Ground Balls: 4 (2x, last at Princeton, 3-14-16)
Caused TOs: 1 (13x, last vs. No. 9 Johns Hopkins, 4-2-16)

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