Arizona State (2002-2003): Teamed with Olivier Charroin to defeat the No. 5 seed Diego Acuna and Calle Hansen of Pepperdine in the doubles final by an 8-2 count to take home the title at the Omni Hotels Region VIII-South Championships hosted by Pepperdine ... posted a 1-1 record at the National Doubles Indoors Championship ... team's top doubles player ... earned a berth into the NCAA Doubles Championships ... finished ranked No. 34 in the country ... ended with a team-high 21 doubles wins, including a 10-2 mark in tournament play with Charroin ... played singles at the No. 2, 3, 4 and 5 slots ... posted eight singles wins.
(2001-2002): Saw time at the No. 4, 5 and 6 singles positions ... went 5-1 at the No. 5 dual slot ... finished with an 11-11 dual record and a 19-18 overall singles mark ... played No. 3 doubles, going 12-0 with teammate Olivier Charroin ... ended with a 15-4 dual record and a team-high 19-7 overall record ... posted a team-high 8-4 doubles mark in the Pac-10.
Georgia State University: Attended one semester at Georgia State University in Atlanta.
High School/Juniors: A 2000 graduate of St. Peter's College, Adelaide, Australia ... captained the tennis team in 1999 and 2000 ... posted a 15-1 record his senior year ... crowned state champion ... 18 and under national doubles champion ... had a ranking of No. 3 in Australia ... won the 2001 Linton Cup.
Personal: Major is accounting ... enjoys playing golf ... parents are Lynn and Pam Stewart of Adelaide ... has two older sisters, Emily and Mandy ... born April 3, 1983 ... full name is Christopher David Stewart.