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Breanna Mackenzie Stewart is an American professional basketball player for the Seattle Storm of the Women’s National Basketball Association. Stewart was the first overall pick in the 2016 WNBA Draft.
Breanna Stewart is the ultimate winner: After what is regarded as the most outstanding career in College Basketball history for a player of either gender, Stewart has amassed nearly every accolade obtainable.
Picked #1 overall in the 2016 WNBA Draft, “Stewie” led all rookies in points, rebounds and blocks in her inaugural season and was named Rookie of the Year. Recently she was awarded the Best Female Athlete and Best Female Collegiate Athlete awards at the 2016 ESPYs. She was the youngest member on the US Olympic team who won gold in Rio. As a member of the UConn Women’s basketball team, she won the NCAA National title all four seasons and is the only player of either gender to win the NCAA Final Four Most Outstanding Player Award four times. Additionally, she has won the National Player of the Year Award, Naismith Trophy, and USBWA National Player of the Year Award each of the past three seasons. As do so many of the greats, her best performances come in the biggest games: In her four NCAA Championship appearances, she averaged 19 points and 10.3 rebounds. The only player to accumulate 300 career blocks and 300 career assists, she is athletic (she can dunk), dominant (on both ends of the floor) and versatile (can score and defend) and is changing the way the women’s game is played.
Drafted #1
After leading the Huskies to four national championships, Stewart was drafted first overall in the 2016 WNBA Draft by the Seattle Storm.
4x NCAA Champion
She led the Huskies to four national championships, was named the Final Four's most outstanding player a record four times, and was a three-time consensus national player of the year.
Gold Medal Olympian
Stewart was selected to play on the USA Women's National Team for the 2016 Summer Olympics and helped Team USA advance all the way to the gold medal match, defeating Spain for the gold medal.
WNBA MVP and Champion
Stewart was named 2016 WNBA Rookie of the Year, is a two-time All-Star, and was named the WNBA MVP in 2018. She led the Storm to the WNBA Finals, winning their first championship in 8 years.


• 2016 Olympic Gold Medalist
• 2016 WNBA Rookie of the Year
• 2016 Associated Press Player of the Year
• 2016 Naismith Trophy Winner
• 2016 Wade Trophy Winner
• 2016 John R. Wooden Award Winner
• 2016 USBWA Player of the Year

• 2016 Sullivan Award Winner
• 2016 Unanimous First Team All-American
• 2016 American Athletic Conference Player of the Year
• 2016 Final Four Most Outstanding Performer
• 2016 Bridgeport Regional MOP
• 2016 American Athletic Conference Championship MOP