|Position:||Hall of Fame, class of 2008|
|Alma Mater:||UND, 1993|
A native of Edinburg, N.D., Scott Guldseth is the all-time leading scorer (2,190 career points) in UND men's basketball history. He also still ranks as UND's all-time career leader in field goals made (806), attempted (1,634) and steals (178).
A 6-5 forward who averaged 17.4 points per game during his career, Guldseth was a two-time NABC All-America selection, earning third team honors as a junior and first team honors as a senior.
He played on some of the greatest teams in Fighting Sioux history. UND went 103-28 in Guldseth's Fighting Sioux career.
As a freshman and sophomore, he was a member of UND's 1990 and 1991 NCC champion and NCAA Division II Elite Eight teams, and as a junior and senior, he was a key member of two consecutive Central Region teams.
A three-time All-NCC selection, Guldseth was also the North Central Conference most valuable player in 1993. Guldseth played in 126 games at UND, and started a school-record 116 consecutive games.
Guldseth was also a two-time academic All-NCC selection, a 1993 CoSIDA-GTE District VII All-Academic pick and is the only men's basketball player in UND school history to receive an NCAA postgraduate scholarship.
Prior to coming to UND, Guldseth helped Edinburg High win the 1988 North Dakota high school Class B state title. He was a two-time all-state selection and a four-time all-conference performer who also was his high school class salutatorian. After earning his bachelor's degree in psychology from UND in 1995, Guldseth later earned master's and doctorate degrees in clinical psychology from UND.