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Kelsey Stewart (born on August 15, 1994) is an American professional utility softball player for the Women’s USA softball team[1] and the USSSA Pride National Professional Fastpitch league[2].Stewart grew up in Wichita, Kanasa with her parents Chris and Lori Stewart and her two sisters Kendall and Caitlyn Stewart. Stewart played travel ball for the Wichita Mustangs, coached by Mark Griggs[3]and was offered a scholarship by Coach Tim Walton to play for University of Florida in 2011.

College career[edit | edit source]

Stewart played as a utility/infielder for the Florida Gators since 2012 -2016. As a freshman in 2013 season, Stewart made NFCA All-Southeast Region Second Team, All-SEC Second Team, SEC All-Freshman Team, SEC All-Tournament Team.[4] | Eclipsed UF single-season records for most triples (10), most stolen bases (36) and SBA (39) | Already ranks third in UF’s career record book for triples (10), seven shy of the leader | Paced the nation and SEC in three-baggers | Her 10 3Bs rank fifth all time in the SEC record book for a single season | Ranked second in the SEC with 90 hits and 15 double plays, first in plate appearances (274) and at bats (238) | Was on base in all but six of Florida’s 67 games in 2013, started all 67 | Feb. 12 CollegeSoftball360.com Primetime National Player of the | Week[5] |As a sophomore in 2014, Stewart made NFCA First Team All-American (At-Large/2B) | NFCA All-Southeast Region Second Team (IF) | All-SEC Second Team, SEC All-Defensive Team, WCWS All-Tournament Team | Led the Gators in hitting (.438), runs scored (68), doubles (T-1st, 14), triples (six), total | bases (149), stolen bases (36) and assists (114) | Set a UF single-season record with 102 hits | As a junior in 2015, she led the Gators in hitting (.435), runs scored (71), hits (101), doubles (19), triples (11), total bases (148), and stolen bases (26). In league play, led the SEC with a .536 average that was 78 points ahead of the No. 2 hitter.[6] | As a senior in 2016, Stewart has started and hit leadoff for Florida every game this season |The NCAA active leader in games played (262), at-bats (908), hits (357), triples (29) |and she’s third in total bases (509) and fourth in runs scored (259) After playing college softball for the University of Florida, Stewart was drafted in the second round of 2016 NPF College Draft by the USSSA Pride as the 12th overall pick[7]. Stewart received a Bachelor’s of Science degree in telecommunications at the University of Florida.

References[edit | edit source]

https://www.teamusa.org/usa-softball/athletes/kelsey-stewart http://www.usssapride.com/kelsey-stewart/ http://wichitamustangs.com/scholarships/ https://floridagators.com/roster.aspx?rp_id=5142 http://www.collegesoftball360.com/awards/CSB360_Primetime_2013A.html


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