|High School:||South Hills High School|
|Previous College:||Loyola Marymount|
BRIEFLY: Spent most of his junior season out of the bullpen, but starred as a starter in two postseason appearances Brought on as a walk-on after a year at LMU and another at Fullerton College Will battle for a spot in the starting rotation in 2005.
TITANS `04: Came up big for the Titans when they needed him the most, posting a pair of postseason victories to help the Titans to a regional title and to the championship series in Omaha Finished the season with a 3-2 record and a 2.65 ERA Appeared in 19 games, making two starts - both in the postseason His best outing came against Pepperdine in the Regionals on June 6, tossing a complete-game six-hitter, striking out three in his first apperance in almost a month His second start of the season came against South Carolina in the College World Series, throwing six innings of shutout baseball and striking out seven as the Titans avoided elimination and advanced to the Championship Series.
FULLERTON COLLEGE: Pitched one year for Coach Nick Fuscardo at the local JC Pitched in 15 games, starting 14 of them, and accumulated 89 innings Went 6-5 with a 4.65 ERA on the year.
LOYOLA MARYMOUNT: Played one season for Coach Frank Cruz Compiled an 0-2 record with a 7.89 ERA in 21.2 innings in 2002.
SOUTH HILLS H.S.: Earned two varsity letters for the West Covina-based high school Went 6-5 with a 4.65 ERA in 89 innings as a sophomore Honored with an Academic Achievement Award.
PERSONAL: Born on November 4, 1982, in Glendora, Cal. Mother, Linda, is a former Mayor of Covina Has one older brother (Frank) and two younger brothers (Steve and Brad) Majoring in business Enjoys playing poker with his teammates Says his mother has had the greatest influence on his life Says pitching against South Carolina and winning the title in Omaha is his greatest sports thrill Once held a job as a CSC security guard Full name is Scott Michael Sarver Favorites...Billy Wagner (player), Anaheim Angels (team), World Series of Poker (TV show), Troy (movie), espn.com (web site), hamburgers (food).