Member of the U.S. Women's National Softball team.
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Personal: Stewart-Hunter graduated from Florida with a degree in telecommunications. She played two years of volleyball and basketball when she was in high school.
2023 AUX Season: Stewart-Hunter accumulated 652 leaderboard points in her first AUX campaign. This included 530 win points and 102 stat points. She was awarded the MVP 3 distinction in Team Mulipola's 10-7 loss against Team Zerkle on June 14. She started in 7 out of 9 games and had a batting average of .174. She recorded four hits, including two doubles, and scored five runs. Her standout performance came on June 14 against Team Zerkle, where she went 3-for-3 with two doubles. Stewart-Hunter also started the season with a hit and a run scored against Team Garcia on June 12.
2021 Championship Season: Stewart-Hunter finished third on the leaderboard with 1,612 points. She tied for second in win points with Sis Bates, earning 1,190 points. She ranked ninth in the league with 362 stat points. Stewart-Hunter hit .375 while starting all 15 games. She tied for the league lead with five doubles and was hit by a pitch three times. She also ranked second with 18 hits, fifth in the league with 11 runs scored, and 48 at-bats. Stewart-Hunter tallied three home runs while driving in eight runs. She finished the season with 32 total bases, which was good for a share of third place in the league. She was one of 13 players to record a sacrifice fly.
2020 Championship Season: Stewart-Hunter earned 1,270 leaderboard points to claim 24th place in the league standings. She started in 14-of-15 games, hit .209 with nine hits in 43 at-bats, scored eight runs, and contributed two doubles. She also ranked among league leaders with three stolen bases in three attempts.
International Experience: Stewart-Hunter has international experience as a member of Team USA from 2014-21. She won a Silver medal with Team USA at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. She also claimed a Silver medal at the 2014 WBSC Women’s World Championship. Stewart-Hunter competed at Pan American Games three times, winning Gold medals in 2017 and 2019 in addition to a Silver medal in 2015. She was also a member of the 2013 United States Junior National Team.
Other Professional Experience: Stewart-Hunter started her professional career with NPF’s USSSA Pride in 2016. She spent the 2017 campaign with Texas Charge before playing two years with the Scrap Yard Dawgs. She batted .171 with six hits and five runs batted in during her rookie season. She appeared in three games in 2017 and went 4-for-6 at the plate. She was a member of the This Is Us team in 2020.
At Florida: During her college years, Stewart-Hunter was a four-year letter winner at Florida who started all 259 career games from 2013-16. She was a member of the 2014 and 2015 NCAA Champion teams. Stewart-Hunter posted a .391 career batting average for the Gators with 15 home runs and 145 runs batted in. She tallied 355 career hits, including 49 doubles and 29 triples, while scoring 257 runs. She also drew 101 walks during her career. Stewart-Hunter was a two-time First-Team NFCA All-America selection (2014, 2015) and a three-time NFCA All-Region performer. She earned Southeastern Conference Player of the Year distinction as a junior and was a member of the All-SEC First Team and SEC All-Defensive Team in 2014 and 2015. She was a Second-Team All-SEC pick as a freshman and was named to the SEC All-Freshman Team. Stewart-Hunter earned a spot on the Women’s College World Series All-Tournament Team in 2014 and 2015. She is Florida’s career leader in at-bats (914), runs scored (259), hits (357), triples (29), total bases (509), and stolen bases (113). She ranks second in Gators history for career batting average. She is one of two Florida players to register 100 or more hits in a season, including a school-record 102 hits during the 2014 campaign. Stewart-Hunter also holds school records with 11 triples in 2015 and 36 stolen bases in 2013 and 2014. She set a school record by registering a hit in 22 consecutive games from March 17 to May 17, 2015. She scored four runs against Ole Miss on March 8, 2014, to tie the single-game school record.
Career stats do not include AUX season stats.
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