New City, N.Y./Clarkstown North HS
At Delaware: Two-year letterwinner with the Blue Hens • has averaged 76.36 shots during 45 career rounds, the eighth lowest average in Delaware history.
2010 Summer: Shot 76-68-144 and won the first playoff hole to capture the Brae Burn Invitational in June.
2009-10 Season: Appeared in all 13 tournaments for Delaware • ranked second on the team with a 75.97 average round, the 16th lowest in a UD single season • finished third at the Andrew Geyer Memorial Classic with a 73-74-147 • placed a team-best fourth at the Cornell Invitational by carding 75-71-146 • led the Blue Hens with a 13th place finish after shooting 72-76-70-218 at the George Washington Invitational • was 15th at the Joe Agee Invitational with a 75-71-146, tying his two-round low for the year • placed 19th at the Colonial Athletic Association Championships by carding 75-76-77-228 • earned UD Team Sportsmanship Award • CoSIDA Academic Alll-American nominee • named to CAA Academic Honor Roll.
2008-09 Season: Ranked sixth on the team with a 77.13 average round • appeared in seven of 10 tournaments on the year • finished second at the Cornell Invitational on September 27 by shooting a single round 69 • made Blue Hen debut by finishing 12th at the Navy Invitational with a 75-70-145 on September 12-13 • finished 20th at the Lehigh Invitational with a 79-80-159 • was 23rd at the Towson Invitational after shooting 74-81-70-225 • also competed in the Scotty Duncan, Liberty and Lafayette Invitationals.
High School: Four-year member of golf team at Clarkstown High School North High School • earned medalist honors at the Metropolitan Golf Association Amateur in July, 2008 when he shot a 65, tying the course record • shot a 68 to win the New York Metropolitan Open qualifier over the summer of 2008.
Personal: Stephen Daniel Scialo ("ski-al-oh") • son of Joseph and Annie Scialo • brother, Chris, was a member of the Towson University golf team in 2006-10 and led the Tigers to the CAA title and an NCAA berth • placed fourth individually at the CAA championships • honor student as a finance major at Delaware • shares team representative duties to the UD Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) with Justin Martinson.