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2013-2014 Women's Basketball Roster

KeKe Stewart

Class: SR-3L
Position: C
Height: 6-1
Previous School: Oak Ridge HS
Hometown: Oak Ridge, Tenn.

2013-14 (SENIOR)
Named to the Conference USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll … Started in 32 of 33 games played … Finished second on the squad with 9.9 points … Led MT with 52-made three-pointers … Pulled in 3.9 rebounds per game … Tallied a career-high 14 double figure games … Finished career with 723 points, 346 rebounds, 268 field goals in 126 games and 2,075 minutes … Her 126 games played ranks fifth all-time … Won the Raiders’ Choice Award for Best Performance of the Year with her 11 three-pointer barrage against North Texas … The 11 treys set a school and league record, one shy of the NCAA mark … Grabbed Tennessee Sports Writers Association Player of the Week honors for her accomplishment versus NT … Made a career-best 12 field goals in that contest with 35 points … Grabbed a personal-best eight rebounds in the win at Tulsa (Feb. 1) … Handed out five assists in the win at FIU … Reached double figures in six straight games from Feb. 19 until March 13 … Played 39 minutes against South Dakota State and UTEP … Missed one game due to injury … Went 13-of-16 from the charity stripe at East Carolina … Tallied 15 points in the win over Southern Miss in the C-USA title game.

2012-13 (JUNIOR)
Played in 30 games and started five during her junior season ... Tallied 2.6 points and 1.8 rebounds per game ... Tied a career high with six made 3-pointers in a season ... Collected two consecutive starts twice in games versus North Texas and at Arkansas State, as well versus Arkansas State and Troy ... Had a season-best four field goals and 10 points in the win at Louisiana on Nov. 24 ... Grabbed five rebounds in wins over Kennesaw State (Nov. 9) and UALR (Jan. 16) .... Connected on two triples in wins over Louisiana (Dec. 24) and Florida Atlantic (Feb. 2) ... Made a pair of free throws four times ... Collected two steals versus Kennesaw State and blocked two shots versus ULM (Feb. 23).

2011-12 (SOPHOMORE)
Garnered a starting role in five of the 32 games in which she played … Opened the campaign with four-straight starts, including both contests in the Lady Lion Classic … Other start was against Austin Peay (Dec. 6) … Netted a season-best nine points at Xavier (Dec. 9) … Posted eight points at Florida Atlantic (Jan. 14) and in the Sun Belt Tournament Championship game versus UALR (March 6) … Buried a pair of 3-pointers and blocked a career-best three shots, while matching her career high with 28 minutes played at No. 12/14 Penn State (Nov. 13) in the Lady Lion Classic … Dropped in all four of her free throws against South Alabama (Dec. 31) … Hauled in a season-best six rebounds at ETSU (Nov. 26).

2010-11 (FRESHMAN)
Earned a start in six of the 31 games in which she played ... Garnered a spot among the first five at Georgia Tech (Dec. 3), against No. 4/5 Xavier (Dec. 9), against James Madison (Dec. 12), versus Kansas State (Dec. 21) at the UTSA Holiday Classic, against North Texas (Jan. 5) and at Louisiana (Jan. 8) ... Poured in a career-high 22 points on 8-of-13 field goals, including her first 3-pointer, and 5-of-5 free throws at Tennessee Tech (Dec. 1) ... Reached the 20-point plateau again with 21 two games later at UCF (Dec. 7) by converting 8-of-14 field goals and 5-of-6 free throws to go along with a career-best seven rebounds ... Surpassed the double-digit mark eight times throughout the season ... Knocked down a pair of 3-pointers among her 15 points at UALR (Feb. 20) ... Connected on 20-of-30 (66.7 percent) of her field goals in a six-game stretch from at Arkansas State (Jan. 16) through against ULM (Feb. 2) ... Scored 12 consecutive MT points as part of a 19-0 second half run against ULM ... Swiped a career-high four steals at Arkansas State ... Played a career-best 28 minutes at No. 11 Kentucky (Dec. 29) ... Blocked two shots in three games, including back-to-back outings at Tennessee Tech and at Georgia Tech (Dec. 3).

Originally signed with the Blue Raiders in 2006 as a member of Insell's first recruiting class which was ranked No. 10 nationally by Blue Star Report ... Was considered the best forward in the state as a senior ... Named to the 2006 Street and Smith's All-America Fourth Team ... Voted to the Tennessee Sports Writers Association 3-A All-State Team ... Selected to the Tennessee Athletic Coaches Association East-West All-Star Game ... Earned an All-State Second Team spot from the Associated Press in 2005 ... Holds the school records for career points, with over 2,200, and rebounds ... Ranked in the Top 20 prospects in the state by Basketball Time ... Averaged 20 points and nine rebounds as a junior.

Born Shakia Quinsha Stewart on May 6, 1988, in Knoxville, Tenn. ... Daughter of Camillia Stewart and Brian Kirk ... Has two siblings, Tamaurice Higgins (12) and Brian Kirk Jr. (11) ... Has one daughter, Ze'Yana Stewart (4) ... Major is liberal studies.

2010-2011 Game-by-Game Stats
2011-2012 Game-by-Game Stats
2012-2013 Game-by-Game Stats
2013-2014 Game-by-Game Stats