MUScoop Wiki - By the fans, for the fans.

Keith Stewart #10

  • Position: Guard
  • Height: 6'0“
  • Weight: 165 lbs.
  • Birthdate: December 5, 1989
  • Hometown: Milwaukee, WI
  • High School: King & Messmer High School

High School Career

Scored at least 1,128 points at both Milwaukee King & Messmer, leading the latter to back-to-back WISAA Division 2 state titles. Stewart's Messmer teams were 26-0 in 1987 and 23-3 in 1988. He averaged 17.5 points and 7.2 assists as a junior and 24.6 points and eight assists as a senior, shooting 55% from the floor and 53% from long range for Mike Fons.

Accolades

  • 1987 UPI All-State, Fourth Team
  • 1987 AP All-State, Second Team
  • 1988 UPI All-State, First Team
  • 1988 AP All-State, First Team
  • 1988 Conference MVP
  • 1988 Gatorade Wisconsin Player of the Year
  • 1988 USA Today All-American, Honorable Mention

Collegiate Career

Purdue University

Stewart played in all 31 Boilermaker games in the 1988-89 season, starting 14 games at point guard. He averaged 3.2 points and 2.1 assists for the 15-16 Boilermakers. He was third on the team in assists, with 66 and had career highs at Purdue of 11 points against Utah and eight assists against Illinois.

Marquette University

Stewart transferred from Purdue in Kevin O'Neill's first season, but his stay was short-lived. He was suspended and subsequently dismissed during the 1990-91 season.

Did You Know?

  • Stewart is one of ten children
  • Had a 40-inch vertical leap
  • His nickname is “K-Stew”
  • His favorite NBA player was Kevin Johnson and his favorite NBA team was the Phoenix Suns
  • His ideal place to vacation is Mesa, Arizona
  • He enjoys eating pizza and pepper steak
  • He likes music and playing ping-pong
  • He felt his strengths as a player were his defense, shooting and team play
  • He had hoped to win more than 20 games at Marquette and make it to the Sweet 16
  • His top high school highlight was scoring 30 points or more in six consecutive games
  • His top college highlight at Purdue was stopping Illinois' winning streak

Personal Tools