Meet the UMR PROs

Scarbrough

Bree Scarbrough
Beach Volleyball

Jessie-Warren

Jessie Warren
Fastpitch

12-Carsyn-Gordon-400

Carsyn Gordon
Fastpitch

Jessica-Burroughs

Jessica Burroughs
Fastpitch

Scott-Eyre-400

Scott Eyre
Baseball

Bree Scarbrough - UMR PRO - Beach Volleyball

Bree Scarbrough is a professional beach volleyball player and a Doctor of Physical Therapy hailing from South Florida. Scarbrough, originally from Sarasota, Florida, played indoor volleyball through her high school and collegiate years, and then began pursuing professional beach volleyball during the spring of her senior undergraduate year. Bree maintained playing professionally through her doctoral program at the University of South Florida and continues to play beach volleyball on the Association of Volleyball Professionals (AVP) and Fédération Internationale de Volleyball, (FIVB) tours.

Scarbrough attended undergraduate schooling at American University (AU) and later transferred to the University of South Florida (USF) where she graduated with her bachelor of science in Biomedical Sciences in 2015. Some of her collegiate accolades include: Team Captain, Division I Sweet 16, AVCA Team Academic Award, Patriot League Champions (x2), Patriot League Academic Honor Roll (x2). During her doctoral program, Bree earned the USF SPTRS CORA Scholarship for two semesters. She graduated in December 2018 and was hired in December 2018 as a PRN/ Pool Therapist at Tampa General Hospital (TGH) where she continues to work today.    

As a collegiate and professional beach volleyball player and a Doctor of Physical Therapy, Bree has extensive knowledge and passion for sports performance training, recovery, and injury prevention. Bree transitions to full-time as an acute care Physical Therapist at TGH in August 2020, where she specializes in joint replacement, orthopedic, neurological, cardiac, oncology, and poly-trauma rehabilitation. Bree has had clinical experience in acute care, inpatient, and outpatient rehabilitation in the following areas: pediatric, neurological, orthopedic, and cardiovascular. Bree also has clinical experience in pediatric intensive care rehabilitation.

Jessie Warren - UMR PRO - Fastpitch

Jessie was born on December 12th, 1995 to Ruth Hines.  Jessie graduated from Florida State University in 2018 with a social science degree where she also played 4 years of softball.  Jessie was drafted 7th pick in the 2018 draft to the USSSA Pride.  Jessie plays for Athletes Unlimited in Chicago, IL and currently coaches at Berkeley Prep in Tampa, Fl.

Rawlings Gold Glove Winner (2019)
All-NPF Selection (2019)
NCAA National Champion (2018)
WCWS most Outstanding Player (2018)
NFCA Second Team All-American (2018)
ACC Player of the Year (2018, 2017)
ACC Defensive Player of the Year (2017)
NFCA First Team All-American (2017 )
USA Softball Player of the Year Top 10 Finalist (2017)
NFCA Third Team All-American (2016)
All-ACC First Team (2016)
ACC Tournament MVP (2016)
ACC Freshman of the year (2015)
All-ACC First Team (2015)
ACC All-Tournament Team (2015)

Carsyn Gordon - UMR PRO - Fastpitch

Gordon is the current graduate assistant at Palm Beach Atlantic.  She is pursuing her master’s in business administration. She graduated from Florida State University in May of 2019 with a bachelor’s degree in sport management. While at Florida State, Gordon was a decorated member of the Seminoles’ softball team. She helped lead the ‘Noles to four consecutive ACC championships and two Women’s College World Series appearances, including a National championship run in 2018.

Individually, she was awarded All-ACC second-team honors in 2016 and 2018, along with being named team captain and being a National Fastpitch Coaches’ Association all-region first-team honoree her junior year. In her senior season, Gordon was named to the NFCA all-region first-team while being named first-team All-ACC.

The Miami, Fla., native also excelled as a leader in the classroom. She was placed on the ACC honor roll three times and was a member of the All-ACC academic team in 2018 and 2019. She finished her career with a .323 batting average, .447 on-base percentage, 174 RBIs, 38 home runs and 48 stolen bases. She currently holds the NCAA record for grand slams in a season (3) and is third all-time at Florida State for home runs and RBIs.

Gordon has also been a member of the Puerto Rican national team since 2016. In 2018, her team won the Gold medal at the Central American games and finished fifth at the Softball World Cup. In 2019, Puerto Rico took home the bronze medal at the Pan-American games.

Jessica Burroughs - UMR PRO - Fastpitch

Jessica enters her fourth season with the USSSA Pride. Burroughs was drafted 1st overall out of Florida State in the 2017 NPF College Draft by the USSSA Pride.
Born Jessica Burroughs on November 2, 1993 to Alesia Sikes and Joe Burroughs. Jessica has one sister and is an aunt to two nephews and one niece. Majored in Social Science at FSU. She has worn the jersey number 16 since high school. She is from Warner Robins, GA. Currently works her own camps and is pitching instructor in the off-season.

ACC Pitcher of the Year (2017)
NFCA First Team All-American (2017)
All-ACC First Team (2017)
USA Softball Player of the Year Top 10 Finalist (2017)
NFCA Third Team All-American (2016)
ACC Pitcher of the Year (2016)
WCWS All-Tournament Team (2016)
ACC Tournament MVP (2015)
ACC All-Tournament Team (2015)
All-ACC Second Team (2015)
All-ACC Second Team (2014)

Scott Eyre - UMR PRO - Baseball

Chicago White Sox - Scott Eyre attended the College of Southern Idaho in Twin Falls, Idaho and was drafted by the Texas Rangers in the 9th round of the 1991 Major League Baseball Draft. He played minor league ball at their Class A affiliate, the Charleston Rainbows. He was traded to the Chicago White Sox in 1994 and made his major league debut in Chicago on August 1, 1997. He would finish the 1997 season making 11 starts, going 4-4 in 60.2 innings. The following season, Eyre would split the season between the rotation and the bullpen, appearing in 33 games while making 17 starts. Eyre had the worst season of his young career, going 3-8 while walking 64 batters in 107 innings of work for the White Sox.  In 1999, Eyre had a 7.56 ERA in 21 games while in 2000 he only appeared in 13 games, going 1-1 for the second straight season.

Toronto Blue Jays - Eyre was traded in 2000 to the Toronto Blue Jays for Gary Glover.  In his first season with Toronto, Eyre saved 2 games in 15 games. In 2002, Eyre made 3 spot starts while also making 46 relief appearances for the Blue Jays, going 2-4 with a 4.97 ERA.

San Francisco Giants - Eyre was selected off waivers from the Blue Jays by the San Francisco Giants in 2002.  He made the transition to the National League impressively as he had a 1.59 ERA in 21 games for the Giants.  In 2003, Eyre appeared in 74 games with a 3.32 ERA. He was rewarded with a 2-year contract extension after the season.  In 2004 Eyre appeared in 83 games while in 2005 he led the Majors in appearances, pitching in 86 games.

Chicago Cubs - On November 18, 2005, Eyre signed a three-year contract with the Chicago Cubs and pitched his way to an ERA of 3.38. He was one of the more consistently used relievers on a pitching staff that often struggled. He was used mainly in 7th and 8th inning situations in tandem with Bob Howry with Eyre being used more often in lefty vs. lefty situations.  Eyre has noted that Lou Piniella could not remember his name for the longest time and called him "Stevie" for a while, jokingly, even after he learned Scott's real name. According to Cubs play-by-play broadcaster Len Kasper, Piniella has since begun intentionally pronouncing his name "Stevie Aye-er.  During a game against the Houston Astros on September 12, 2007, Eyre left the Cubs’ bullpen, and wandered around Minute Maid Park. WGN’s cameras eventually spotted him watching the game through an opening in the stadium’s score board. On June 15, 2008, in a game against the Toronto Blue Jays, Eyre allowed a 1-out sac fly run, ending his streak of 33 consecutive appearances without allowing a run, a Cubs franchise record.

Philadelphia Phillies - On August 5, 2008, Eyre was designated for assignment to make room for Kerry Wood, who was coming off the disabled list. He was traded to the Philadelphia Phillies two days later for Brian Schlitter.] However, the move allowed Eyre to win his first World Series ring when the Phillies won the 2008 World Series.  In November, 2008, following the World Series, Scott re-signed with the Phillies as a free-agent, and was signed through the 2009 season. On November 12, 2009, Eyre was granted free agency.

On January 7, 2010, Scott Eyre retired from the MLB.