Collegiate: Scott Kalamar played collegiate ball at Seton Hall University in New Jersey for the Pirates. Earlier this year, the rookie in independent baseball was a senior at Seton Hall and started all 56 games, belted a career high .299 and had 43 RBI and 26 walks. Tied for the team lead in triples with six triples.
High School: Captained the baseball team senior year ... Earned All-Conference honors junior and senior year and All-Area honors junior year... Played in the league All-Star Game and for Lehigh Valley in the Carpenter Cup during his junior and senior campaigns... Recorded a .479 batting average with 17 RBI and 15 stolen bases junior year and a .325 average with 11 RBI and nine stolen bases in his final season... In addition to baseball, was a four-year member of the Golf team where he was captain senior year, and two-year participant of the ice hockey team.
Personal: Is from Bethlehem, PA and was a math major.