Junior Season (2010)
|Joshua Stewart - 19
Made an immediate impact during his first season at UAB, playing in 17 contests while making 10 starts ... had a goal and an assist on the year while playing primarily in the defensive midfield role ... his only goal of the year was a game-winning tally against FIU (10/16) ... also recorded an assist in the win over Alabama A&M (9/26) ... recorded 10 shots on the year with four coming on goal.
South Carolina (2007-09)
Stewart, the younger brother of recent graduate and four-year letterwinner Jonah Stewart, played three seasons (2007, 2008 and 2009) for South Carolina before transferring to UAB ... redshirted the 2009 season after an injury six games into the season ... played and started all 19 contests for the Gamecocks during his freshman season ... during his three years there, Stewart played in 43 contests and made 25 starts ... lone assist of his career came during his freshman season in 3-1 Gamecock victory over Marshall (Oct. 27) ... combined for 13 shots in his two seasons ... named as a two-time honoree on the C-USA Academic Honor Roll, as well as twice earning SEC Academic Honor Roll recognition.
Played for coach Rick Grammar at Vestavia Hills High School ... a 2004 and 2005 first-team all-state selection ... named second-team all-metro in 2004 and first-team all-metro in 2005.
Other Soccer Info
Former member of the United States Youth National Team pool, Region III Olympic Development Program (ODP) team and Alabama state team ... played club soccer for the Vestavia Steamers and coach Luke Whittle ... named Offensive Most Valuable Player of the Lakeshore Shootout ... helped the `87 club to two state championships (2001 and 2004) and two runner-up finishes (2002 and 2003) ... helped `89 team win the 2005 state championship and finish second in 2006.
Born Joshua Lamont Stewart on Sept. 22, 1988 in Birmingham, Ala.`. ... favorite television show is Entourage ... favorite movie is Role Models ... his favorite website is ESPN.com ... his parents have had the biggest influence on his career ... the best player he has ever played against was Brian McBrice ... chose UAB because "I want to win championships."