Brady Stuart

Newhall, Calif.

High School:
West Ranch HS '11

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 163



2013: ALL-BIG SKY THIRD TEAM... Made school-record 17 of 25 FGAs and 24 of 25 XPAs to lead the team in scoring (75 pts)... Twice named Big Sky Special Teams Player of the Week.. He shared the award with K Colton Cook (SUU) on Sept. 30 after making three field goals (34, 36, 20 yds) against Idaho State... Earned award again on Nov. 18 after four field goals (18, 29, 35, 32) vs. North Dakota... Made 10 straight FG's over last four games of the season... Earlier converted four straight... Ranked 9th in FCS at 1.4 FG/game and 42nd with a 68 FG pct... Is currenty T-3rd with Rafael Fernandez (1989-93) with 32 career FGs... Needs 15 to tie Eddie Loretto (47; 1985-88) for most in school history... Is 6th with 46 career FGA.

2012:Came within one field goal of tying the single-season school record (15)... Had 21 attempts... Converted 31 of 32 PAT attempts and led the Aggies in overall individual scoring with 78 points... Converted a season-long 45-yard field goal against Sacramento State in the Causeway Classic... Converted a season-best seven PATs in UC Davis' 52-45 win over Idaho State... Had five field goals over 40 yards... Converted all three field goal attempts (44, 32, 40) with a long of 44 yards, as well as nailing all four PAT attempts, against Weber State.

2011: Redshirted.

Ranked 16th nationally in placekicking by Chris Sailer Kicking... Captured first-team All-Foothill League honors as a senior... Successful on 5-for-6 field goals, 40-for-41 PATs in 2010... Averaged 44.9 in punting... Four-time Special Teams MVP... Won kickoffs title at 2011 CSK National Las Vegas Kicking Event... Also won Event Elite field goal accuracy and 10th-annual Snap, Hold and Kick competitions... Voted Offensive MVP and team MVP in soccer as a striker/midfielder... Earned Scholar-Athlete honors in both sports.

PERSONAL: Born in Santa Clarita, Calif.... Majoring in communication... Parents are Mike & Teri Stuart... Continued a family tradition by playing at a UC school; all five siblings and both parents attended either UC Santa Barbara or UC San Diego.