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#11 Kelli Stewart
Position: Midfielder/Forward
Height: 5'7"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Mukilteo, Wash.
High School: Kamiak
Club: Emerald City FC
Experience: 3 Letters

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Washington
2011 (Senior): In her last season for the Huskies, she appeared in all 20 games, getting 10 starts ... her fifth career assist came against No. 21 California ... assisted Softli's first career goal against Cal in the 47th minute... was third on the team with 26 shots ... Honorable Mention Pac-12 All-Academic.

2010 (Junior): Named Honorable Mention Pac-10 All-Academic for the second-straight year ... tied a season-high playing in 22 games, including all four NCAA Tournament games ... made seven starts on the year, including the season-opener at Seattle U ... also started at UMass, at Boston U and vs. Wisconsin, Penn State, Rutgers and Cleveland State ... played a season-high 70 minutes vs. Wisconsin on Sept. 5 ... scored two goals and tied for third on the team with three assists on the year ... her first goal of the season game against Cleveland State on Sept. 17 which ended up being the game-winner in the 41st minute ... also had an assist in that game on Kate Deines' goal in the 37th minute ... netted her second goal of the season in Pac-10 play at Stanford on Oct. 17 in the 90th minute ... had her first assist of the season on Annie Sittauer's goal in the 56th minute vs. Syracuse on Sept. 3 ... her third assist came in the Pac-10 opener vs. Arizona on Oct. 8 on Lindsay Elston's goal in the 58th minute ... took the eighth penalty kick for UW in the NCAA Second Round game vs. No. 2 Portland on Nov. 14, making her shot ... took a season-high 23 shots on the season, nine on goal.

2009 (Sophomore): Named Honorable Mention Pac-10 All-Academic ... had a breakout season after not appearing in any games as a freshman, proving to be a scoring force with four goals and one assist ... tied for fourth on the team with nine points ... had one game-winning goal and one game-winning assist ... took just 10 shots on goal but netted four of those shots ... her .190 shot percentage was third-best on the squad ... appeared in all 22 games, making 12 starts ... after earning the starting nod in the first two matches of the season, came off the bench to score her first two career goals in a 3-0 win over Columbia in the Husky Nike Invitational ... both goals came in the second half and occurred within 13 minutes of each other ... also came off the bench to score a goal in the next game against Colorado College ... netted the game-winning goal in the 60th minute, booting in a corner kick from Nikki Murray ... was named to the TopDrawerSoccer Team of the Week for her efforts ... had a goal and an assist in UW's 3-1 win over Gonzaga ... scored the Huskies' first goal of the game and later set up McKenna Waitley for the game-winning goal.

2008 (Freshman): Did not appear in any games.

Kamiak High School
Four-year letterwinner and team captain her final two years ... named team MVP her sophomore, junior and senior seasons ... helped Kamiak to a 12-4-1 record as she led the WesCo Conference South Division with 28 goals and 12 assists her senior year ... included in those totals were a three-goal, three-assist game ... a three-time All-WesCo Conference and all-area selection ... was the league's leading scorer her junior and senior seasons ... received second-team all-state accolades in 2007 ... also competed in track and field at Kamiak and competed in the district and state championship meets in the 4x200-meter relay ... served as team captain in 2008 ... sas a Scholastic Award Winner (Soccer, 2007) and Honor Society Member.

Personal
Parents are Beth and Ken Stewart ... has three brothers, Joshua, Ben and Sam ... also has five stepbrothers and sisters ... mother, Beth, played soccer at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Wash. ... brother, Stewart, plays football at Navy ... played for Emerald City FC and was their team captain from 2005-07 ... led the team to the Diadora Cup (Seattle, Wash.) championship from 2004-07.

Coach Gallimore on Stewart
"Kelli brings tremendous athletic ability and a willingness to work extremely hard. Her uplifting demeanor, quiet confidence and potential to develop into an exceptional player are what drew our staff to her."

GETTING TO KNOW KELLI STEWART

Kelli Stewart In Her Own Words
I grew up in Mukilteo with a crazy big, yet close, family. My three brothers mean the world to me, I look up to JJ, love Ben for his shy confidence, and love Sam for his goofiness. When given the choice between going out or staying in, I will almost always choose the romantic movie, chocolate ice cream, and blankets. My favorite season is fall, early fall though when school starts, it's still a little warm, and it's time to buy new school supplies. My favorite time of day is when I get to buy my coffee, sometimes that's twice a day, and I can't wait to have a dog and place of my own.

NicknameStewy
Favorite song"Heaven" by Bryan Adams
Guilty pleasureCoffee and chocolate fudge Pop Tarts
Favorite part of being a HuskyI love the atmosphere and attitude that surrounds the program. Whether it's practice, watching another team, in the locker rooms, eating dinner, or game days I am proud to say that I am a Husky.
Favorite restaurant in SeattleRed Robin - even though they are everywhere.
Favorite place on UW campusThe soccer field, of course
Zodiac signTaurus
If you could guest star on a TV show, what would it be?One Tree Hill or Boy Meets World
Biggest celebrity crushJude Law
Store where you would like to spend a $10,000 gift cardNordstrom Rack
Why did you choose your numberI had last pick as a freshman in high school and then after four years it grew on me.
Random fact people wouldn't know about Kelli Stewart I love Harry Potter. Whenever I am feeling sad or anything I can put in one of the movies and life is good.
Best thing about playing for Coach GallimoreThe honesty.

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