9   Dominique Stewart
Dominique Stewart


Severn, Md.

High School:
DeMatha Catholic H.S.

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 180



As A Senior In 2005:

  • Senior wide receiver who has outstanding speed.
  • Ranks 10th in career receptions at UMass with 89, three shy of ninth place: Jimmy Moore (92 -- all in 1998).
  • Went over 1,000 career plateau in receiving yards at Delaware (11/5), now has 1,045.
  • Played in nine of 10 games, has 23 catches this season for 301 yards.
  • Season totals rank tied for fourth on the team in receptions and fourth in yards.
  • Grabbed three catches for 28 yards at Army (11/12).
  • Went over 1,000 career receiving yards at Delaware (11/5) with three catches for 51 yards.
  • Best game in two seasons came vs. New Hampshire (10/29), as he had six catches for 86 yards, moving to 10th in career catches.
  • Started and had four catches for 40 yards at Maine (10/22).
  • Had team-best four catches for 25 yards vs. No. 4 James Madison (10/15), made a key 7-yard catch on 4th-and-7 on game-winning drive in fourth.
  • Caught a career-long 45-yard pass from Liam Coen vs. Rhode Island (9/24).
  • Sat out Albany (9/17) game after suffering a concussion at Colgate (9/10) after two catches for 25 yards vs. Raiders.
  • Started first five games last season, playing in all 11, had 27 catches for 253 yards.

    As A Junior In 2004: Game-By-Game Statistics
    Played in all 11 games last season making five starts to record 27 catches for 253 yards which ranked fourth on the team ... Made at least one reception in the final seven consecutive games ... Averaged 23.0 all-purpose yards per game and 9.3 yards per reception ... Had season highs of six catches for 52 yards at James Madison (10/9) ... Made four catches for 35 yards at Northeastern (11/6) ... Grabbed four passes for 28 yards against Richmond (9/18) ... Had three catches for 48 yards at Rhode Island (10/23), including season-long 18 yard snag ... Had three catches for 28 yards in season opener at Delaware State (9/4) ... Hauled in three passes for 26 yards vs. Maine (10/30).

    As A Sophomore In 2003: Game-By-Game Statistics
    One of the top wide receivers for the Minutemen ... Saw action in 13 games, making six starts ... Caught 37 passes for 464 yards and two touchdowns on the season ... Also returned six punts for 29 yards ... Totaled seven catches for 93 yards and a touchdown in the victory over Hofstra ... Caught five passes for 52 yards and score in the win at William & Mary, while also making a solo tackle and forcing a fumble on special teams ... Made four catches for 57 yards at Delaware ... Recorded three catches for 42 yards in the victory at Villanova ... Had three receptions for 32 yards in the win over Richmond ... Made three catches for 22 yards at Kansas State ... Caught three passes for 17 yards in the win over Northeastern ... Recorded two catches for 42 yards at Colgate in the NCAA Playoffs ... Made two catches for 34 yards in the victory over New Hampshire ... Caught two passes for 14 yards in the season opener against Central Connecticut State.

    As A Freshman In 2002: Game-By-Game Statistics
    A backup wide receiver ... Also a key special teams player ... Played in eight games on the season, starting one time ... Caught two passes for 27 yards on the season, both coming against Central Connecticut ... Also made two tackles on special teams ... Had a 12-yard tackle for loss against AIC on a punt attempt ... Also made a tackle against Richmond.

    2001: Sat out the season under NCAA academic requirements.

    Before UMass: Two-year starter at both wide receiver and defensive back for coach Bill McGregor at De Matha Catholic High School in Hyattsville, Md. ... Caught 29 passes for 610 yards and seven touchdowns during his senior season ... Also recorded 45 solo tackles and two interceptions as a defensive back ... Had career totals of 67 receptions for 1,010 yards and 14 touchdowns, to go along with 110 tackles and 10 interceptions ... Led team to the 1998 and 2000 Washington Catholic Athletic Conference championships ... Served as team captain during his junior and senior seasons ... Once had a 75-yard touchdown reception, a 99-yard kickoff return for a touchdown, an 80-yard fumble recovery for a touchdown and an interception all in the same game ... Selected second team All-State and second team All-WCAC ... Named De Matha Catholic's Offensive MVP ... Also a member of the baseball and basketball teams.

    Personal: Full name is Dominique De'Mar Stewart ... Son of Connie and James Stewart, Sr. ... Born June 3, 1983, in Honolulu, Hawaii ... Cousin of National Football League wide receiver Antonio Freeman ... Attended the same high school as freshman offensive lineman Brandon McAfee ... Majoring in sociology.

    Stewart's Receiving Statistics

    Year	GP	No.	Yds.	Avg.	TD	Lg.
    2002	8/1	2	27	13.5	0	14
    2003	13/6	37	464	12.5	2	41
    2004	11/6	27	253	9.4	0	18
    2005	9/6	23	301	13.1	0	45
    Totals	41/19	89	1045	11.7	2	45

    CAREER HIGHS Receptions: 7 vs. Hofstra (10/19/03) Receiving Yards: 93 vs. Hofstra (10/19/03) Long Reception: 45 vs. Rhode Island (9/24/05) Receiving Touchdowns: 1 twice (last vs. Hofstra, 10/19/03)

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