AS A SENIOR: Will serve as the anchor of the Irish defense in 2004 technically sound player with good fundamental skills and quickness has the ability to perform at the next level as a defensive player an All-America candidate effective with two feet and possesses the ability to dominate in the air and on the ground one of the most physical and intense players on the field.
AS A JUNIOR: Ended up starring as a central defender once again for the Irish after plans to move forward to the midfield ended when sophomore Dale Rellas was lost with a season-ending injury helped the Irish defense hold its opponents to one or zero goals in 20 of 23 matches first team all-BIG EAST selection adidas/NSCAA all-Great Lakes Region third team selection ended the season with one goal for two total points at Syracuse key member on Notre Dame's set pieces named to the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament all-tournament team, helping Notre Dame defeat Fresno State (2-1) and tie Akron (0-0).
AS A SOPHOMORE: Second Team All-BIG EAST honoree was in the starting lineup for each of Notre Dame's 21 games during the 2002 campaign tallied his lone goal of the season and the first of his career at the 71:25 mark in the 1-0 road win at Akron off an assist from teammate Chad Riley named to the all-tournament team at the Diadora Challenge.
AS A FRESHMAN: One of two freshmen to see action in all 19 games started the final 12 games of the 2001 campaign dished off two assists provided game-winning assist on Chad Riley's goal at the 10:28 mark of the contest in Notre Dame's 1-0 win over Georgetown in BIG EAST Championship quarterfinal contest registered his first career assist against IUPUI in 4-0 Irish win on Notre Dame's final goal of the game scored by Devon Prescod at the 76:51 mark of the contest.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Started a school record 102 games at South Torrance as a four-year starter led team to a 40-13-3 record finished as the school's fifth all-time leading scorer with 42 goals and 40 assists during his prep career three-time all-state honoree the only four-time Bay League all-conference selection in school history selected as California Player of the Year by the National Collegiate Soccer Coaches Association of America in 2000 NCSAA High School All-American three-time all-California Inter-scholastic Federation selection participated in adidas ESP camp led Breakway Soccer Club to the Region IV semifinals in 2000, as well as five state crowns played in the South Bay All-Star Game where he was named MVP member of the Under-18 national pool team member of ODP state team since 1997 and was a member of team which captured national title in 2001 born May 29, 1983 son of Jack and Aline Stewart a marketing major in the Mendoza College of Business with a minor in sociology.