Stewart has guided the Friars to a BIG EAST Championship title and an NCAA College Cup semifinal appearance.
Members of the 2015 graduating class were honored and the team's annual award winners were announced.
Phil Towler, Fabio Machado, Brandon Adler, Dominik Machado and Mac Steeves all received All-Region honors.
The Friars will play UCLA at 7:30 p.m. in Cary, N.C. on Friday, Dec. 12.
The Friars will play the Spartans at 12:00 p.m. in East Lansing, Mich. on Saturday, Dec. 6.
2014: Co-captained the team and started 19 of the 20 games he played for the Friars … Helped the Friars record eight shutouts on the season … Named to the All-BIG EAST Second Team (11/11) … Named to the BIG EAST All-Tournament Team (11/16) … Named the BIG EAST Tournament’s Most Outstanding Defensive Player (11/16) … Named to the NSCAA Great Lakes All-Region Second Team (12/10) … Awarded the team’s John Murphy Team Award.
2013: Started all 21 games that he played ... Registered one point with an assist ... Was named All-BIG EAST Honorable Mention on Nov. 14 ... Was named to the Ocean State Soccer Classic All-Tournament Team (9/9) ... Was the co-winner of the team's Martin Hayes MVP award.
2012: Started all 12 games in which he appeared ... Registered two points on one goal, which was a game winner against Holy Cross (9/12) ... One of three Friars to record a game-winning goal, which was his first career game winner ... Named to the 2012 Ocean State Classic All-Tournament Team.
2011: One of three Friars to start all 20 games as a freshman ... Scored his first collegiate goal in the NCAA Tournament Second Round against UC Santa Barbara (11/20) ... Totaled nine shots on the season and helped the Friar defense record seven shutouts.
BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Played soccer at Seton Hall Prep where he was a two-year captain ... Scored 13 goals and recorded 21 assists in three seasons ... Named First Team All-State, Star Ledger New Jersey Player of the Year, Gatorade Player of the Year candidate, NSCAA All-American and ESPN First Team All-American in 2010 ... Led his team to its first ever Super Essex Conference and county championships in 2009 ... Also helped Seton Hall Prep to the second New Jersey Non Public A title in school history ... In 2010, the team was ranked No. 21 in the ESPN national poll and captured the Super Essex Conference as well as the county championships ... Member of the New Jersey Olympic Development Program ... Invited to the Under-17 National Team Camp and Nike Friendlies in 2007 ... Member of the New York Red Bulls Academy for six seasons and was a three-year captain ... Was an Honor Roll student every year.
PERSONAL: Son of Debbie and Michael Adler ... Has one younger brother, Zachary ... Favorite athletes are Lukas Podolski, John Terry and Blake Griffin ... Elementary/Special Education major.
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