Kentwood, Mich./East Kentwood
At Delaware: Will start as an outside hitter for the fourth year.
2011: Completed stellar UD career by starting every game (34) and playing in every match (125) during championship senior season • a NCAA Woman of the Year nominee and named Colonial Athletic Association Tournament Most Outstanding Performer, Stewart was a Third-Team All-CAA selection and COBRA Magazine All-Northeast Region Team selection in addition to a UD Alumni Association Team Most Valuable Player Award • a two-time National 5 & 10 Best of the Blue Hens Athlete of the Week selection (Oct. 10; Nov. 21) • tallied 12 double-digit and five, 15-plus kill games, including a 21 kill performance in the semifinals of the CAA Tournament on Nov. 19 vs. James Madison • earned 13, 15-plus dig games tops capped by a 21-dig performance on Sept. 17 at Pittsburgh • accounted for seven, 15-plus point games capped by a 22.5 point performance on Nov. 19 vs. James Madison • 14 games Stewart tallied a 1.000 serving percentage, topped by a 17-for-17 game on Nov. 19 vs. James Madison • posted 32 kills, 34 digs, 36 points on the way to being named Colonial Athletic Association Tournament Most Outstanding Performer.
2010: Started all 32 matches and played in all 119 sets as an outside hitter • named to the COBRA Magazine All-Northeast Region and All-National Honorbale Mention Team as junior • earned a position on the CAA All-Tournament Team after posting 15 kills and a .481 hitting percentage against VCU and 12 kills and 19 digs against Northeastern in the championship match • named to the Delaware Invitational All-Tournament Team after combining to hit 23 kills, 22 kills, eight aces and six blocks in three matches • also named to the Notre Dame/adidas Invitational All-Tournament Team after tallying 43 digs, 32 kills, five blocks, and two aces, including two double-doubles against Notre Dame, #20 Dayton and Santa Clara • also only allowed one receiving error on 57 attempts during the three matches in South Bend, Ind. • recorded 11 double-doubles (kills-digs) on the season, including a season high 17 kill, 11 dig performance against Villanova on August 31 • set a season high with 19 digs twice; first against Santa Clara on September 19 and again versus Northeastern on November 21 in the CAA Championship • set a career best with six blocks against Towson on September 24 in the team's 3-0 win at home • tied a career high with four aces twice in 2010; first against VCU on October 8 and again at VCU on November 5, both 3-0 victories • posted at least 10 kills in 15 matches during the year • collected double digit digs in 21 matches as a junior, including eight straight matches and 10 of 11 contests from September 10 to October 3 • second on the team in aces (35) and digs (346) and third in kills (302), blocks (62) and points (370).
2009: Earned second-team All-Conference honors following a strong sophomore season • finished seventh in the league with 326 kills and 10th will a 2.88 kills-per-set average • ranked sixth in the CAA with a 3.74 points-per-set average and stood eighth with a 3.17 kills-per-set mark during conference matches • uncorked at least 10 kills in 20 matches during the season • posted double-digit totals in nine straight contests from Oct. 9 – Nov. 6 and eventually had at least 10 during 13 of the team’s last 14 matches • blasted 14 kills in a sweep over George Mason on Oct. 24, which marked the most by a Hen in a three-set match during the season • collected a season-high 19 kills against William & Mary on Oct. 31 • also tallied 18 in victories over Portland State on Aug. 29 and Seton Hall on Sept. 23 • hit a season-best .320 while posting 10 kills against Northeastern on Oct. 10 • posted at least 10 digs in 18 matches during the year • led the team with 15 double-doubles, including four consecutive to cap off the season • recorded a season-high 20 digs against Towson on Nov. 6 and Hofstra on No. 15 • fired at least two aces in four straight matches, including a season-high three against Towson on Oct. 2, Villanova on Oct. 6, and Northeastern on Oct. 10 • blocked a season-high five attack attempts against Hofstra on Nov. 15.
2008: Kicked off her career with an incredible freshman campaign • named the CAA Rookie of the Year and received a spot on the third-team All-Conference squad • earned a school-record five Rookie of the Week awards, including three in a row from November 3-17 • also shared Co-Player of the Week honors on October 20 • finished the season with the most kills, aces, and digs of any freshman in the conference • ranked second on the team with 284 kills and 350 digs • posted eight double-doubles, marking the most by a Blue Hen freshman since Kelly Gibson had 15 in 2005 • recorded 14 double-digit kill performances during the year • fired a career-high 19 kills and hit .368 in a 3-1 victory over George Mason • notched a season-best 18 digs and four aces against Towson on October 10 • tallied four blocks against William & Mary and Northeastern in back-to-back contests • also added three solo stops against UMES.
High School: Four-year letterwinner for East Kentwood • All-Conference and All-State selection as an outside hitter during her senior season • 2007-08 Miss Volleyball Nominee • led East Kentwood to the State Championship as a sophomore • two-year letterwinner in track • two-time All-Conference and All-State selection as a sprinter • finished second in the 4X100 meter event at the state meet during her junior year • Honor Roll student.
Personal: Kimberly Nicole Stewart • daughter of Ty and Teresa Stewart • has an older sister, Jennifer, who played on the Akron volleyball team • organizational and community leadership major at Delaware.
Kills: 21, vs. JMU, 11/19/11
Assists: 4, vs. JMU, 11/19/11
Digs: 21, at Pittsburgh, 9/17/11
Aces: 4, three times
Blocks: 6, vs. Towson, 9/24/10
|2008||35/128||284 (2.22)||.145||24 (0.19)||33 (0.26)||350 (2.73)||45 (0.35)|
|2009||29/113||326 (2.88)||.174||14 (0.12)||27 (0.24)||335 (2.96)||44 (0.39)|
|2010||32/119||302 (2.54)||.163||15 (0.13)||35 (0.29)||346 (2.91)||62 (0.52)|
|2011||34/125||310 (2.48)||.180||31 (0.25)||15 (0.12)||408 (3.26)||57 (0.46)|
|Totals||130/476||1222 (2.57)||.173||69 (0.14)||110 (0.23)||1439 (3.02)||208 (0.44)|
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