2011 (Senior): Named to the Capital One Academic All-American District VIII team ... earned Honorable Mention All-Pac-10 honors ... appeared and started in all 53 games at third base ... batted .271 collecting 39 hits in 144 at bats with 39 runs, three doubles, two triples, seven home runs, 29 RBIs, and a .414 on-base percentage ... fielding percentage was .940 with 116 assists (tied for most on team) and 55 putouts ... single game most assists was six (4/2 vs. Oregon) with four or five assists in 10 other games ... slugging percentage was .465 ... set single-game career-highs for runs (four) and home runs (two) ... scored the winning run against UIC in the SportCo Kickoff Classic (2/11) ... hit two home runs, both in the same inning, a solo and a two-run home run versus UC Riverside (2/11) ... led the team with four runs and co-led the team with two hits in the win over Mississippi State (2/12) ... hit a three-run home run in the victory over UC Riverside and co-led the team with four RBIs (2/13) ... hit a three-run go-ahead home run in the 6-3 win versus San Diego State in the San Diego Classic (2/20) ... hit a two-RBI ground rule double for the lead in the team's defeat of No. 21/24 Texas A&M (2/24) ... hit her fifth home run of the year in a 14-2 victory over Cal State Fullerton (2/26) ... tied the game with her sixth home run of the season in the first of three victories over New Mexico (3/5) ... hit a three-run home run in the third victory of a sweep over New Mexico (3/6) ... drove in the final two runs in the victory over Fresno State in the first game of the Judi Garman Classic (3/17) ... scored one of three runs in the shutout of No. 8/7 Arizona (4/15) ... scored the Huskies' lone run in a loss to Arizona (4/17) and also to No. 13/13 Stanford (5/1) ... had a great defensive play in the bottom of the eighth, helping the team have a chance to win in a 4-3 victory over No. 11/13 UCLA (4/23) ... led the team with three hits in the victory at Oregon State (5/12) ... had a great defensive play in the fifth inning, helping end BYU's comeback attempt in the Huskies' second of three game in the Seattle Regional (5/20).
2010 (Junior): Appeared and started in all 59 games ... batted .227, collecting 35 hits in 154 at bats with three home runs, six doubles, and 14 RBIs ... scored 20 runs, walked 16 times and stole three bases ... led Huskies in hit by pitch (11) and tied with four others in starting all 59 games ... recorded five-multi RBI games and four-two run games ... in Husky year-by-year record book and tied for fourth in Husky individual season record book for hit by pitch (11) ... First-Team Academic All-Pac-10 for the second-straight year.
Named Honorable Mention All-Pac-10 and was also named to the Women's College World Series All-Tournament team ... Pac-10 Player of the Week ... First-Team Academic All-Pac-10 and was also given the UW's Provost Academic Excellence Award ... named an Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar with her 3.48 GPA ... set a Women's College World Series record with four doubles and tied a record by recording five hits in a single game ... batted .476 in the six games, with a World Series-high 10 hits in 21 at-bats ... racked up 16 total bases, one shy of the all-time WCWS record ... had a walk-off RBI single against Arizona State to give UW a 1-0 win in nine innings and a spot in the semifinals ... in the first semifinal game against Georgia, tied a UW postseason record by going 5-for-5 with two runs and an RBI ... went 1-for-3 with a home run which came in her first at-bat to give her hits in eight consecutive at-bats ... her 10 postseason RBI gave her 37 for the season to take over the team lead ... also led the team with 16 doubles, tied for seventh on the UW single-season charts ... was hit by pitch 12 times, leading the squad and ranking third in school history ... second on the team with 27 runs and third with 20 walks ... one of two Huskies to start all 63 games, starting 27 at short and 36 at third base ... hit her first two home runs of the season, both of which came on the same day... the first came in a 14-13 win over Penn State (3/13) when she batted 3-for-3 with a run and two RBI ... also doubled in the game, just missing hitting for the cycle by a triple ... went 2-for-4 in a 4-1 win over Florida State (3/12)... drove in the lone run with a solo home run in UW's 1-0 win over No. 10 Michigan (3/13)... set a career high with three runs scored in UW's 16-3 win over Utah State (2/13)... also recorded her first career triple.
2008 (As A Freshman)
Honorable mention All-Pac-10 ... Honorable Mention Pac-10 All-Freshman team pick ... named Pac-10 Player of the Week on Mar. 11 ... ranked fifth on the team with a .288 batting average, while leading the Huskies in RBI (39) and tying for the team lead with seven home runs ... tied for the team lead in walks (18), while ranking third in doubles (9), slugging percentage (.493) and on-base percentage (.392) ... started 55 of the 56 games, missing one game to an injury ... made 50 of her starts at shortstop, four at first base and one as the DP ... led the team with 11 multi-RBI games and four games with three RBI ... also has 11 multi-hit games ... hit safely in 29 games ... commited just two errors in Pac-10 play ... recorded two five-game hitting streaks ... hit her first career home run and went 2-for-3 with three RBI and a double against UMKC (Feb. 15) ... named MVP of the Malihini Kipa Aloha Tournament after hitting .526 with a tournament-best 12 RBI and adding two doubles and two home runs ... that effort earned her Pac-10 Player of the Week honors ... went 3-for-6 with three RBI and a homer in two games against OSU (Mar. 29-30) to open Pac-10 play ... helped the Huskies upset then-No. 1 ASU in Tempe by driving in a pair of runs ... hit 2-for-4 with an RBI against Texas at the NCAA Regional on May 17 ... hit a solo home run in the season finale against Houston the next day.
At Riverside Poly High School
A four-year starter at Riverside Poly ... in each of her final two seasons, named the Ivy League MVP, first-team all-county and first-team all-state ... a four-time all-league pick, including a first-team pick in each of her final three seasons ... led her team to three consecutive league championships (2004-2006) and the 2004 CIF Championship ... helped Riverside Poly to consecutive fifth-place CIF finishes in 2005 and 2006 ... a two-time team captain ... named a Scholar-Athlete in each of her four seasons ... played summer ball for the OC Batbusters under Doug Myers, and most recently, the Corona Angels under Marty Tyson ... helped the Angels take fifth at the ASA 18-under Gold Nationals in 2007 ... has played on two different teams that won the Independence Day Tournament in Boulder, Colo., the first in 2005 with the Batbusters and the second with the Angels in 2006 ... also won the 2005 16-under Nationals in South Dakota with the Batbusters.
Daughter of Rowena and John Stuart ... graduated with a 4.0 from Riverside Poly ... father played football at the University of Texas from 1981-85, and was drafted by the Miami Dolphins ... has two brothers, Caleb and John ... Morgan Teressa Janai Stuart was born in Long Beach, Calif.