The US Collegiate National Team featuring Tennessee's Christin Stewart played its final game on American soil on Tuesday and posted a 7-0 win over Japan. Stewart came on late in the game and drew a walk.
The win improves Team USA's record to 11-2-2 on the summer as it prepares to head to the Honkbal-Haarlem Baseball Week in the Netherlands, July 11-20.
After 15 games in the States, Stewart is hitting .362 going 17-for-47. His 17 hits are second on the squad. He has posted a team-high eight doubles and smacked two homers to go with 12 RBIs, second-most on the team. Stewart leads the team in slugging percentage at .660 and has a .455 on-base percentage.