Scott Nocco
Scott Nocco
Birth Date: 07/24/1991
Year: Freshman
Hometown: Carmel, Indiana
High School: Carmel HS
Position: IM/Breaststroke

Attended Carmel High School...Coached by Chris Plumb...Earned Indiana All-State Honorable Mention honors after placing in the top-eight in both the 200 medley relay and 400 freestyle relay at the Indiana Boy's High School State Swim Meet...Was a state finalist in the 200 IM...Was an Indiana High School Swim Coaches' Association Top-16 State Swimmer...Helped lead the Greyhounds to the 2010 Indiana High School Boy's Swimming State Championship...Was a four-time Scholar-Athlete at Carmel and a four-time Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference Academic All-Conference honoree...Was named to the Athletic Director's Honor Roll as a freshman for carrying the highest GPA on his team...Was an All-America Interscholastic Swimming Team member...Also swam for Carmel Swim Club, also under coach Plumb...A member of the Indiana Zone and Quad Teams...Participated in the Indiana Swimming Select Zone Camp...Competed in the 200 IM and 400 IM at the 2007 USA Swimming Junior Nationals.

Scott Nocco was born on July 24, 1991 in Chicago Heights, Illinois...Parents are Kelly and Donna Nocco...Has two younger sisters, Sarah and Katie...Is majoring in business economics at UCSB...Enjoys biking and hiking...Favorite movie is "The Big Lebowski" and his favorite book is "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas"...Enjoys listening to the music of The Beatles and Led Zeppelin...Names his dad as his personal hero...Says making his Junior National cut on his 16th birthday was one of his most memorable athletic achievements...Loves being the anchor on relays in big meets so he has the opportunity to come from behind and take first place...Favorite aspect of college swimming is the opportunity to be a part of an incredible program with a storied history and beloved coaches.