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First Tennessee player since 2009 to earn All-SEC First Team accolades.
Became the 11th player in program history to win the team "Triple Crown" by leading the Vols with a .330 batting average, five home runs and 39 RBIs.
Paced the squad with 45 runs scored, 72 hits, 19 doubles, six triples and a .541 slugging percentage.
Posted his career high eleven-game hitting streak (March 8-28) in which he was 16-for-44 (.364) with three doubles, one triple, one homer, four walks, six RBIs, two stolen bases, and seven runs scored.
Ripped four hits, including a double and a triple, to go with five RBIs and four runs scored in the Vols' 20-2 win over Purdue on Feb. 16.
Went 1-for-4 with homer, two runs scored, one walk, and three RBIs in a 9-4 win over Quinnipiac (March 2).
Came back the next game and posted a 3-for-4 effort with a homer, two runs scored, and one RBI in a 14-0 victory over La Salle (March 4).
Hit his third homer of the season in an 8-7 victory over Austin Peay (March 18).
Went 5-for-12 (.417) with one double, one triple, five runs scored and three RBIs in the series against Vanderbilt (April 4-8).
Posted his second four-hit game of the season going 4-for-4 with one double, one walk and one run scored against Western Carolina (April 16).
Had a big week (April 16-20) going 10-for-18 with one triple, two doubles, two walks, five runs scored and three RBIs against Western Carolina and Alabama.
Recorded his sixth consecutive multi-hit game going 2-for-5 at LSU (April 27).
Hit an impressive .464 (13-for-28) with three doubles, one triple, one walk, nine runs scored and four RBIs during his six game multi-hit streak (April 19-27).
Knocked an SEC-leading, bases-clearing triple and collected four RBI in the Vols' 8-2 win over Kentucky on May 2.
Went 2-for-7 with a home run and two RBIs in the club's extra-innings victory over Morehead State on May 13, marking his fifth and final homer of the year.
Recorded a five-game hit streak to end regular season play, going 8-for-26 (.308) with one homer and two RBIs during that span (May 11-17).
Went 0-for-4 with two strikeouts in the Vols' SEC Tournament matchup against Vanderbilt (May 20) in Hoover, Ala.
Wrapped up his rookie season hitting .310 with eight doubles, two triples and three home runs.
Led the team in RBI (27), multiple RBI games (7) and tied for the team lead in home runs (3).
Finished the season tied for second on the team in walks (21) and triples (2).
Made collegiate debut on February 15 at UNLV going 2-for-4 with a home run and three RBI.
Opened his collegiate career with a bang, going 2-for-4 with three RBIs and a home run at UNLV on Feb. 15.
Finished the weekend against the Rebels with a .400 average (6-for-15), five runs scored, four RBI, three walks, a double, a triple and the longball.
Gave the Vols a 5-4 victory in 10 innings over Western Kentucky on March 13 with a bases-loaded, walk-off hit by pitch.
Recorded the first SEC hit of his career at Alabama on March 15 before adding a double in a 7-6 win the following day.
Went 2-for-2 with a double and a triple in series finale at Missouri (March 23).
Posted a 2-for-3 effort with a home run and two RBI in the series finale vs. Ole Miss (April 21).
Picked up a three RBI day in a 12-3 win over Arkansas State (May 8), going 2-for-2 with a home run.
Closed his rookie season with five hits in a series against Texas A&M (May 16-18).
Launched 69 home runs during his prep career, tying current MLB player Micah Owings for the Georgia state career record and finishing just shy of the national record of 75.
Also broke Owings' single-season record with 26 longballs in 2011 as a junior.
Named the 2011 NCSAA Varsity Baseball National Player of the Year after his record-breaking season.
As a senior in 2012, he hit .460 with 15 home runs, 37 RBIs, 43 runs and 51 walks.
His efforts helped lead Providence Christian Academy to a 27-12 record and the 2012 Class A state championship, the first in school history.
Named to the 2012 MaxPreps Small Schools All-America Team.
Tabbed as the 2012 Gwinnett Daily Post Co-Player of the year.
As a junior, hit .500 with 26 home runs, set a Gwinnett County record with 70 RBIs, scored 65 runs and stole 13 bases, while guiding the Storm to the state championship series.
Added 13 home runs as a freshman and 15 more as a sophomore.
Listed as the nation's 324th-best prospect and 25th-best player in Georgia by Perfect Game.
Born December 10, 1993
Son of Anthony and Yolonda Stewart
Has one sibling, Anthony Stewart, Jr.
Majoring in world business
Recipient of the Elizabeth Aytes Elliott Trust and the Jeff Neely Scholarship Fund