A year ago, Stewart made 12 appearances on the season and was Western’s primary mid-week starter, making seven starts as a true freshman. He posted a 4-1 record and struck out 38 batters over 39 innings of work. Stewart held opposing hitters to a .230 average.
A native of Onalaska, Wisconsin, Stewart was rated as being the #7 player in the state by Perfect Game after his senior season.
As of May 13, Stewart was 1-2 and had struck out 52 batters over 41 innings. He had appeared in 18 games on the mound, including eight starts.