Doug Stewart
Doug Stewart

Hometown:
Malibu, Calif.

High School:
Malibu

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 160

Birthdate:
05/16/1984

Year:
Fourth Year




AT VIRGINIA: 2004-05-- Posted a 20-14 singles record, including a 16-11 record at No. 1 singles ... 2005 All-American ... joined Brian Vahaly as the only multiple time All-Americans in school history ... was ranked as high as No. 5 nationally and ended the season ranked No. 19 nationally ... defeated 15 players ranked in the final top 125 national ranking ... participated in the NCAA Singles Championship for the third consecutive year ... defeated top ranked Catalin Gard of Ole Miss and fourth ranked Sam Warburg of Stanford in a three day span at National Team Indoors ... 2005 All-ACC ... twice named ACC Player of the Week (Jan. 31, Feb. 28) ... ITA Mideast Region Player to Watch ... clinched the 4-3 at Texas A&M ... reached the round of 16 of the ITA All-American Championships ... reached the semifinals of the National Collegiate Tennis Classic ... had a 21-7 doubles record, including a 19-5 mark with Darrin Cohen ... duo posted a perfect 7-0 record in the ACC ... CoSIDA Academic All-District team. 2003-04-- Posted a 25-9 singles record including a 17-7 record at No. 1 singles ... 2004 All-American ... finished the season ranked No. 13 and was ranked as high as No. 9 ... won 13 matches against players in the NCAA Singles field ... defeated Phillip King of Duke, ranked in the top ten, twice in a six-day span ... reached the second round of the NCAA Singles Championships, defeating Manuel Kost of Oregon before falling to Gabor Zoltan Pelva of Auburn ... posted a 4-3 singles record in the ACC ... 19 singles wins came over players ranked in the final 2004 ITA singles rankings ... 2004 All-ACC selection ... 2004 ACC Indoor Champion ... reached the round of 16 at the ITA All-American Championships ... posted a 19-9 doubles record ... had an 19-5 dual match doubles record, including a 7-1 ACC record, with Darrin Cohen. 2002-03: Finished the season with a 27-8 singles record and a No. 48 national ranking ... 2003 All-ACC selection and ACC Freshman of the Year ... 2003 ITA Mideast Region Rookie of the Year ... was one of two freshman nationally to compete in both the NCAA Singles and Doubles Championships ... played at No. 1 in the lineup and posted a 21-4 record in dual matches, 6-2 in the ACC ... ACC Player of the Week on March 3 ... defeated six players ranked in the final 2003 rankings, including No. 5 Tobias Clemens of UCLA and No. 38 and ACC Player of the Year Mat Cloer of Florida State ... reached the semifinals of the ACC Indoor Championships ... fell to K.C. Corkery of Stanford in the first round of the NCAA Singles Championship ... was ranked as high as No. 41 nationally ... had a 20-10 doubles record ... primarily teamed with Michael Duquette and the duo finished with a 16-8 mark and a No. 29 national ranking ... team defeated five opponents ranked in the final 2003 rankings, including No. 10 Roger Anderson and Scott Schnugg of Georgia Tech and No. 13 Izak van der Merwe and Zoltan Csanadi of Old Dominion .. fell to No. 8 Lester Cook and Ante Matijevic of Texas A&M in the first round of the NCAA Doubles Championship.

Prep & Personal: Four-year letterwinner at Malibu High School under coach John McCampbell ... 2001 All-American ... 2002 MVP and scholar-athlete award recipient ... 263-6 final high school record ... 2002 class valedictorian ... ranked No. 4 in the USTA ... competed in the Orange Bowl ... quarterfinalist at the Eddie Herr Championships ... Easter Bowl Singles and Doubles Champion ... No. 1 ranked player in Southern California ... former USTA U14 Hardcourts champion ... finalist in 2002 Super National Hardcourt Championships in Kalamazoo, Mich. ... has an older brother, Scott, who plays tennis at Princeton and a younger sister, Kelly ... father Forrest played tennis at UCLA and won a team National Championship ... born May 16, 1984 ... son of Kris and Forrest Stewart.

Stewart's Statistics

SINGLES DOUBLES
Year Overall Pct. ACC Pct. Overall Pct. ACC Pct.
2002-03 27-8 .771 6-2 .750 20-10 .667 5-3 .625
2003-04 25-9 .735 4-3 .571 19-9 .679 7-1 .875
2004-05 20-14 .588 5-4 .556 21-7 .750 7-0 1.00
Career 72-31 .699 15-9 .625 60-26 .698 19-4 .826