• As of October 21, 2016.

USA Basketball Notes:

  • Honors: 2011 & 2013 USA Basketball Female Athlete of the Year, 2013 FIBA U19 World Championship MVP, 2012 FIBA Americas U18 Championship MVP, 2011 All-FIBA U19 World Championship Team.
  • Gold Medals: 2016 Olympics, 2014 FIBA World Championship, 2011 and 2013 FIBA U19 World Championships, 2012 FIBA Americas U18 Championship, 2010 FIBA U17 World Championship, 2009 FIBA Americas U16 Championship.
  • After winning five gold medals in international competition at the junior level, the two-time USA Basketball Female Athlete of the Year was called up to the USA National Team for its 2013 October minicamp in Las Vegas.
  • Captured her first Olympic gold medal in 2016, averaged 8.1 ppg. in aiding the U.S. to a perfect 8-0 record; shot 73.3 percent from the field (22-30 FGs) to lead all competitors in the 16-team field for field goal percentage.
  • Averaged 5.0 ppg. as the USA earned a 4-0 slate in pre-Olympic exhibition play.
  • Competed for the USA National Team during its 2015 European Tour. Averaged 7.8 ppg. and 4.5 apg. as the USA earned a 4-0 slate.
  • Member of the 2015 USA Basketball Women’s Pan American Games team that captured the silver medal with a 4-1 record at 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto, Canada.  

  • Took part in the 2015 USA Women’s National Team training camp May 4-6 in Las Vegas.
  • Member of the 2014 USA Basketball World Championship Team that compiled a perfect 6-0 record en route to claiming gold at the FIBA World Championship in Istanbul and qualifying the U.S. for the 2016 Olympic Games; helped the USA compile a 4-1 exhibition record.
  • At the opening tip of the 2014 Worlds, became the USA’s youngest World Championship Team member (20 years, one month) since Kara Wolters (18) in 1994.
  • After winning five gold medals in international competition at the junior level, the two-time USA Basketball Female Athlete of the Year was called up to the USA National Team for its 2013 Oct. mini-camp in Las Vegas.
  • One of three athletes compete on two USA U19 World Championship Teams (Alexis Jones, Morgan Tuck).
  • Has won five gold medals and an overall record of 35-1 at age-based FIBA World (U17, two U19s) and FIBA Americas Championships (U16, U18), whlie also helping those teams to an overall 6-1 exhibition record.
  • Earned MVP honors at the 2013 FIBA U19 World Championship in Klaipeda and Panavezys, Lithuania; among the 16-team field ranked fourth for scoring (16.9 ppg.), second for free throw percentage (.897) and first for 3-point field goal percentage (.583). 
  • Was the youngest member and only high school athlete on the 2011 USA Pan American Games Team (2-2), becoming just the second high school basketball player to ever compete for the USA in the Pan Am Games basketball competition; started all four games and averaged team-highs of 15.3 ppg., 11.3 rpg. and 1.1 bpg. Among all participants in the eight-nation field, ranked fifth for scoring, second for rebounding, third for field goal percentage (.500), and first for free throw percentage (.885) and blocked shots.

Professional Notes:

  • Drafted: No. 1 in 2016 by the Seattle Storm.
  • WNBA Rookie of the Year: 2016.
  • All-WNBA second team: 2016.
  • WNBA All-Defensive second team: 2016.
  • WNBA All-Rookie Team: 2016.
  • Played 27 games for Shanghai in the WCBA (China) before returning home due to a knee injury; averaged 31.4 ppg. and 10.1 rpg., while shooting 44.0 percent from 3-point (55-125) and 82.1 percent from the line (161-196).
  • Drafted No. 1 by the Seattle Storm in 2016 and earned all four Rookie of the Month honors en route to being named 2016 WNBA Rookie of the Year.
  • Helped advance the Storm to the 2016 WNBA Playoffs.

College Highlights:

  • NCAA Final Four Most Outstanding Player: 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016; first woman to earn four Final Four MOP honors and fourth freshman in history to earn the honor.
  • NCAA Regional Most Outstanding Player: 2013, 2015, 2016, first woman to earn three Region MOP awards.
  • National Player of the Year in 2014 (Associated Press, Naismith, USBWA, Honda Award for Women’s Basketball, ESPNW); 2015 (Associated Press, Naismith, Wade Trophy, USBWA, Honda Award); and 2016 (Associated Press, Naismith, USBWA, Honda Award for Women’s Basketball and WBCA); only athlete, male or female, to win four Naismith Trophies after winning three in college and one in high school
  • 2015 CoSIDA Academic All-American second team.
  • 2014, 2015 and 2016 AAC Player of the Year and All-AAC first team; 2014 and 2016 AAC Tournament MVP; and AAC All-Tournament Team in 2014, 2015 and 2016.
  • All-Big East Conference honorable mention (2013), Big East All-Freshman (2013) and Big East All-Tournament Team (2013).

College Notes:

  • In four years at UConn, compiled a 151-5 (.968) record, including a 38-0 mark in 2015-16 and a 40-0 mark in 2013-14; won four straight NCAA titles; and the 2014, 2015 and 2016 American Athletic Conference regular season and tournament crowns. 
  • Finished her career as UConn's all-time leader with 414 career blocked shots; is second on the Huskies' all-time scoring list with 2,676 points; and is fourth on the all-time rebounding list with 1,179.
  • As a senior in 2015-16, started in 36 of 37 games played and averaged team highs of 19.4 ppg., 8.7 rpg. and 3.4 bpg. while shooting 57.9 percent from the floor and 42.6 percent from deep in 29.1 mpg.
  • During UConn's 2016 NCAA Tournament run, averaged team-highs of 20.3 ppg. and 11.0 rpg. while shooting 56.6 percent from the floor, 89.3 percent from the free throw line and 47.8 percent from 3-point.
  • 777 points in 2013-14 rank second all-time at UConn for single-season scoring; most tallied by a sophomore.
  • Established a single-season school record with 147 free throws made during her sophomore year
  • Recorded double-doubles in 25 career games (through 2014-15).
  • Posted career-highs of 37 points, 16 rebounds, eight assists and seven blocked shots through her junior year.

Personal Notes

  • Born in Syracuse, New York, and hails from North Syracuse.
  • Daughter of Heather and Brian Stewart; has one brother, Conor.
  • Goes by the nicknames of “Bre,” “6-10” and “Stewie.”
  • Has two dogs, a shih tzu and Lhasa apso mix named Carlos and a goldendoodle named RJ.
  • Enjoys listening to pop and hip hop, and her favorite musician is Beyonce.
  • Will graduate in 2016 with a bachelor’s degree in sport in society with a minor in communications.
  • Hidden talent is juggling.
  • Favorite magazines include People, Sports Illustrated and ESPN.
  • Enjoys watching Rookie Blue, Scandal and Grey's Anatomy.
  • Would try her hand at becoming a chef or baker if she wasn’t a basketball player.
  • Loves traveling and lists Italy as her favorite because “it is a beautiful country and has a lot of history behind it.”
  • Is a fan of Harry Potter.
  • Watched the 2004 Olympics and dreamed of one day being an Olympian.
  • Earliest memory of playing basketball was when she was 7 or 8.
  • Favorite movie is Coach Carter for its moving and inspirational message.
  • Lists Geno Auriemma as the person who has had the greatest influence on her in the game of basketball and Diana Taurasi as the greatest source of inspiration. However, her father has been the most influential in helping achieve her dreams.
  • Is a fan of the New York Yankees and New York Giants.
  • Played five varsity seasons at Cicero-North Syracuse High School (N.Y.), where she played in 119 games and compiled 2,367 points, 1,389 rebounds, 337 assists, 325 steals and 634 blocks to help her teams capture the 2011 and 2012 New York Class AA state titles.
  • Gatorade, USA Today, Parade Magazine, McDonald’s and WBCA National Player of the Year; Naismith Trophy winner and Morgan Wootten Player of the Year (2012).
  • Gatorade New York Girls Basketball Player of the Year (2011, 2012).

Social Media

  • Twitter: @bre_stewart30
  • Instagram: @bre_stewart30

Featured Videos

30-year old Bobby Brown has played professionally in the NBA, Europe and China. Now he's bringing his worldwide playing experience to the 2015 U.S. Pan American Men's Basketball Team.

Lisa Bluder, head coach of the 2015 USA Women's Pan American Games Team, reacts following the announcement of the team roster.

USA Basketball Statistics

TEAM G/S FGM-FGA PCT 3PM-3PA PCT FTM-FTA PCT REB/AVG PTS/AVG AST BLK STL
2016 OLY 8/ 0 22- 30 .733 3- 7 .429 18- 22 .818 18/ 2.3 65/ 8.1 10 5 4
2016 OLYx 4/ 1 8- 15 .533 2- 3 .667 2- 2 1.000 11/ 2.8 20/ 5.0 4 1 1
2015 PAG 5/5 33- 68 .485 8- 21 .381 19- 28 .679 45/ 9.0 93/ 18.6 4 6 9
2014 WC 6/0 2- 8 .250 0- 2 .000 7- 7 1.000 11/ 1.8 11/ 1.8 1 1 0
2014 WCx 5/0 14- 33 .424 3- 5 .600 4- 4 1.000 17/ 3.4 35/ 7.0 6 7 0
2013 U19 9/ 9 56- 110 .509 14- 24 .583 26- 29 .897 56/ 6.2 152/ 16.9 13 12 15
2013 U19X 3/ 3 12- 34 .353 1- 10 .100 6- 7 .857 17/ 5.7 31/ 10.3 2 4 2
2012 U18 5/ 2 27- 50 .540 6- 13 .462 10- 15 .667 39/ 7.8 70/ 14.0 9 9 7
2011 PAG 4/ 4 19- 38 .500 0- 1 .000 23- 26 .885 45/ 11.3 61/ 15.3 5 9 5
2011 U19 9/ 3 36- 77 .468 0- 0 .--- 29- 39 .744 66/ 7.3 101/ 11.2 8 15 10
2011 U19X 1/ 1 5- 8 .625 0- 0 .--- 1- 1 1.000 7/ 7.0 11/ 11.0 1 5 0
2010 U17 8/ 8 40- 70 .571 0- 1 .000 22- 38 .579 60/ 7.5 102/ 12.8 11 18 12
2010 U17X 3/ 2 12- 25 .480 0- 0 .--- 9- 16 .563 16/ 5.3 33/ 11.0 1 6 7
2009 U16 5/ 5 19- 36 .528 0- 3 .000 10- 13 .769 18/ 3.6 48/ 9.6 2 7 7
Totals 81/40 317-626 .506 37-95 .389 193-256 .754 444/ 5.5 864/10.7 82 98 84

College Statistics

TEAM G/S FGM-FGA PCT 3PM-3PA PCT FTM-FTA PCT REB/AVG PTS/AVG AST BLK STL
2014-15 39/ 39 264- 490 .539 30- 96 .313 128- 159 .805 303/ 7.8 686/ 17.6 122 104 61
2013-14  40/ 40  291- 586 .497 48- 140  .343 147- 190 .774 324/ 8.1 777/ 19.4 122 110 63
2012-13 36/ 14 191- 376 .508 28- 84 .333 87- 112 .777 229/ 6.4 497/ 13.8 35 74 41
Totals 115/ 93 746- 1452 .514 106- 320  .331 362- 461 .785 856/ 7.4 1960/ 17.0 279 288 165

Hoops for Troops

USA Basketball continues to support American military members and their families.

Learn More

Coach Licensing & Organization Accreditation Login



Forgot Password?