2007: Played in all 11 games for Stony Brook with one start ... one of the team's primary punt returners ... led the team in returns (11), yards (97) and average (8.8) ... broke off a 24-yard return at Bucknell (9/8) ... returned a pair for 46 yards against Bryant (10/27), including a season-long of 37 yards.
2006: Saw action in 10 games as a back up receiver ... made eight catches for 81 yards ... two grabs for 21 yards at Massachusetts (9/23) ... matched his career best with three receptions totaling 18 yards at Central Connecticut St. (11/11) ... also returned a pair of punts at Wagner (11/4), turning in his career-high return of 40 yards.
2005: Got into nine games as a freshman ... started the last four games of the season ... finished with 12 catches for 159 yards and one score ... caught all but four of his balls during his stint as a starter ... season best three receptions for 67 yards and a score vs. Wagner (11/5) ... that included his career-long reception of 42 yards ... two catches in each of the last two games vs. Central Connecticut St. (11/12) and at Marist (11/19).
High School: A 2005 graduate of James Caldwen High School ... two letters in football for the Chiefs as a wide receiver/cornerback ... 72 receptions for 1,325 yards as a senior, breaking the school record ... named all-state, all-group, all-county and all-conference ... Paul Robeson All-Star ... team offensive MVP ... also lettered in baseball and basketball.
Personal: Born Scott Anthony Kubrak on May 5, 1987 in Caldwell, New Jersey ... son of Todd and Carol Kubrak ... on brother.