Scott Kickbush was a two-sport star in track and baseball. As a track runner, he was a three year letter winner and two year state track meet participant running on the place winning State Medley Relay as he ran the 400 Meter leg. Scott was also a 400 Meter Conference Champion as well as on 4 Conference Champion relay teams. Scott’s best sport was baseball. He was a 1st Team All-Conference shortstop three straight years. He was the MVP of the Iowa High School All-Star game. He was selected 2nd Team AllState his senior year. Scott took his baseball talents to Iowa State University. It didn’t take him long to make an impact as he was named the Big 8 Conference Rookie of the Year, AllConference Freshmen team and ISU Rookie of the Year. His records at Iowa State included most doubles in a game, season, and career. He held the career doubles record for the Big 8 Conference. He also held records for put outs in a game and career, games played, and career at bats. He was ISU’s Most Valuable Player in 1985 and Most Valuable Defensive Player for two years. He also held the record for the highest freshmen batting average of .347 and had a career batting average of .333. Scott was drafted by the Atlanta Braves organization and played for two years. He now resides in Boone, Iowa and is a Deputy Sheriff.