Being a Husky..."Means representing a great university and all the people that have been a part of this wonderful experience."
2009 (As A Senior)
Appeared in nine games, scoring three runs in a pinch-running role... Scored the first of UW's five runs in the 15th inning in their 6-1 Regional Championship-clinching win over UMass... Made her first appearance of the season against New Mexico (3/22) after missing most of the first half of the season while recovering from shoulder surgery... Had one at-bat in UW's 9-2 win over the Lobos... Pinch hit in UW's 7-1 win over Oregon State (4/19)... Also had an at-bat vs. Arizona on April 25... Scored both of her runs against the Oregon schools at home two weeks ago, once in a 5-2 win over Oregon State (5/1) and against in an 8-2 win over Oregon (5/3)... Had an at-bat on Senior Day against Cal and also played an inning at third base, fielding her only play cleanly and recording the out at first.
2008 (As A Junior)
Pac-10 All-Academic second team pick ... hit .167 with three doubles and seven runs scored ... made 38 appearances and started 28 games, including 24 at third base and four in right field ... had an RBI-double against Texas Tech on opening day (Feb. 8) ... doubled and scored a run the next day against UNLV ... went 1-for-3 with two runs scored and an RBI vs. UMKC (Feb. 15) ... hit her third career home run against Portland State on Mar. 2 ... had a pinch-hit single and scored a run against Idaho State (Mar. 7) ... went 3-for-5 against San Diego State (Mar. 20) ... had a season-long four-game hitting streak from Apr. 4-Apr. 11, going 1-for-3 in games against California, Stanford twice and Arizona.
2007 (As A Sophomore)
Appeared in 39 games, making 30 starts at third base ... the Huskies went 21-9 in the 30 games that she started ... finished the season with a .186 batting average, 13 runs scored, three RBI, a double and a home run ... tied for third on the team with six stolen bases ... finished fifth on the team with 48 assists ... scored a run vs. Cal Poly (Feb. 9) in her first start as a Husky ... singled in the nightcap vs. Cal Poly for her first hit as a Husky ... went 2-for-2 and scored three runs vs. Florida A&M (Feb. 18) ... also stole two bases in the game ... singled, stole a base and scored a run vs. Ole Miss (Feb. 23) ... singled and scored a run vs. Michigan State (Feb. 24) ... singled against Penn State later that day ... doubled and scored a run vs. Portland State (Mar. 2) ... scored a run in back-to-back games vs. LSU (Mar. 3-4) ... went 2-for-4 with a run scored, a stolen base and a career-high five assists vs. Missouri (Mar. 9) ... hit a home run vs. Missouri two days later ... recorded a season-high three putouts vs. Michigan (Mar. 15) ... stole a base and scored a run vs. Pacific (Mar. 17) ... had an RBI-single vs. NC State (Mar. 18) ... drove in a run vs. Oregon (Apr. 29) ... singled as a pinch hitter vs. Georgia (May 20) in the regional championship.
2006 (As A Freshman At Syracuse)
Played in 36 games, making 30 starts at third base and as the designated player ... made first career start vs. Arizona State (Feb. 10) ... registered first career hit with a single vs. Cal State Fullerton (Feb. 11) ... scored the first run of her career vs. Middle Tennessee State (Feb. 25) ... also scored a run vs. Lipscomb (Feb. 26) ... recorded first multi-hit game with two singles vs. Long Beach State (March 11) ... drove in her first career run vs. Mercer (March 12) ... also stole first base in that game ... scored a career-best two runs vs. Villanova (April 1) ... recorded her second career multi-hit game vs. Binghamton (April 6) and tied her personal best with two runs scored ... also scored two runs vs. DePaul (April 9) ... hit her first career home run, a grand slam, vs. Niagra (April 12).
At Centralia High School
Led Centralia High School to three straight postseason appearances ... batted .347 and owned a .970 fielding percentage as a senior ... hit .400 her junior year and .391 as a sophomore ... set the school's single-season RBI record with 21 runs batted in and holds Centralia's fielding percentage record (.980) ... named to the 2004 and 2005 Seattle Times All-State First Teams ... two-time all-region selection by The Olympian ... also named to The Chronicle's all-area team in 2004 and 2005 ... three-time first team All-PAC9 choice ... earned 2002 All-PAC9 honorable mention honors ... earned Centralia's Defensive Award three times ... team captain as a senior ... winner of the team's Offensive Award twice ... member of five state championship tams with the Vancouver Ford Gold summer team ... helped the team to a ninth place finish at the 2004 18-under national tournament ... earned all-state, all-area and all-district honors as a member of the Centralia soccer team.
Daughter of Mike and Laurie Stuart ... has one brother ... majoring in biology ... Danielle Stuart was born in Olympia, Wash.