Breanna Stewart, sometimes known as Breanna, is a professional basketball player from the United States. Stewart is a member of the Women’s National Basketball Association’s Seattle Storm (WNBA). From 2013 through 2016, she led the UConn women’s basketball team to four consecutive championships. Three times, she was selected Naismith College Player of the Year. She used to play for her high school basketball team when she was in eighth grade. Stewart was also named Naismith Player of the Year and a McDonald’s All-American in 2012. The Seattle Storm selected her first overall in the 2016 WNBA Draft, and she also won a FIBA World Championship with Team USA in 2014. Stewart also signed with UMMC Ekaterinburg in February 2020 for the remainder of the 2019-2020 European season, and she re-signed with UMMC Ekaterinburg in November 2020 for the 2020-2021 European season.
|Celebrated Name||Breanna Stewart|
|Birth Name||Breanna Mackenzie Stewart|
|Place Of Birth||Syracuse, New York, the U.S.|
|University||University of Connecticut|
|Source of Wealth||Basketball career|
|Net Worth||$1.4 million|
|Salary||$185,000 per year|
|Height||6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)|
|Weight||170 lb (77 kg)|
|Hair Color||Dark brown|
|Body Measurement||33-28-33 inches|
Breanna Stewart Biography
Breanna Stewart was born on August 27, 1994 in Syracuse, New York, United States. She is of American nationality and of American-white ethnicity. Her religion is also Christian, and she is Caucasian. Breanna will be 29 years old in 2023, and her star sign is Virgo, according to her birth date. Heather Baldwin, her single mother, gave birth to her. Her biological father was absent from her life, and her mother worked many jobs to support herself and her kid. Breanna’s mother began seeing Brian Stewart when she was a toddler, and they eventually married, and he adopted Breanna several years later. She also has a half-brother, Connor, who is younger.
Breanna went to Cicero-North Syracuse High School (C-NS) in Cicero, New York, where she played for head coach Eric Smith. She revealed her intention to attend the University of Connecticut during her junior year.
Breanna Stewart Height, Weight
Breanna Stewart stands 6 feet 4 inches (1.93 meters) tall and weighs 170 pounds (77 kg). She has attractive dark brown hair and blue eyes. Breanna has a beautiful beauty and a fascinating charm that has enchanted her viewers throughout the years. Her physical measurements are 33-28-33 inches, indicating an athletic physique.
- Breanna Stewart began her high school career while still in eighth grade, and as a sophomore, she started every game and increased her scoring average to 22 points per game.
- With a 22-3 record for the season, she helped lead her team to the state AA public school title, and she averaged 24 points and 15 rebounds.
- It was her first career slam as she dunked the ball in a game against Baldwinsville.
- She reached a milestone on January 31, 2012, when she scored her 2,000th point as part of a 31-0 run against Auburn.
- She was named to the 2012 McDonald’s All-American squad, which included the top 24 female high school basketball players, as well as the 2012 Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) High School Coaches’ All-America team.
- Stewart was selected the 2012 Naismith High School Girls’ Player of the Year, and the following March, she was named the Gatorade National Girls Basketball Player of the Year.
- She had 29 points and 19 rebounds to help the squad beat the number 22 ranked team in the country in the quarter-final game, earning her the tournament’s most outstanding player honors.
- Stewart’s Northstars team was invited to participate in the annual Hoophall Classic, where she finished with 22 points, 18 rebounds, and seven blocks despite leaving the game in the third period and not returning.
- Breanna was chosen to play for the USA Basketball U16 squad at the age of 14, making her the team’s youngest member. Despite being the youngest, she earned the starting role in all five games, scoring just under ten points per game and tied Elizabeth Williams for the team lead in blocks.
- She stayed with the USA squad when it evolved into the U17 team, where she started all eight games. She led all scorers with 13 points in the opening game against the host team from France, and she topped all scorers with 30 points in the final preliminary game against Japan.
- She averaged 12.8 points per game in the competition, trailing only Elizabeth Williams (13.5 points per game). Stewart led the squad with 18 blocks.
- Then, in 2011, she was named to the USA Basketball U19 team, where she averaged 11.2 points per game, the highest scoring average of any USA player in the championship versus Spain. She was one of five players named to the tournament all-star team.
- Stewart represented the United States in the 2011 Pan American Games, being the only high school player selected for the 2011 Pan American squad and only the second high school athlete in Pan American team history for the USA teams. She was named to the USA Basketball U-18 team, where she competed alongside future UConn teammates Moriah Jefferson and Morgan Tuck in the 2012 FIBA Americas U-18 National Championship in August 2012.
- She and teammates Moriah Jefferson and Morgan Tuck were three of twelve players chosen to represent the United States in the U19 World Championship for Women in Klaipeda and Panevezys, Lithuania, in July 2013.
- She was voted the USA Basketball Female Athlete of the Year for the second time after guiding the United States to a 9-0 record in the 2013 FIBA U19 World Championship, which resulted in a gold medal for the team and MVP accolades for Stewart.
- Stewart was one of 33 finalists for the United States Women’s FIBA World Championship for Women Roster, and she was the only collegiate player chosen by the USA Basketball Women’s National Team Player Selection Committee to compete for the final roster to represent the United States at the FIBA World Championship for Women in Turkey in September and October 2014.
- She was named to the final squad of 12 players on September 23, 2014, and she earned a gold medal with the team in 2014.
- She was a member of the USA Women’s Pan American Team, while Stewart was named to the USA Basketball squad that competed in the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
- Breanna was picked first overall by the Seattle Storm in the 2016 WNBA Draft, and she had an early impression in the league, scoring 23 points in her debut game against the Los Angeles Sparks.
- She continued to dominate offensively, scoring a career-high 38 points in a win over the Atlanta Dream, and at the end of the 2016 season, she had averaged 18.3 points per game, 9.3 rebounds per game, and 1.8 blocks per game.
- She also set a WNBA record for most defensive rebounds in a season, with 277.
- Breanna’s season performance helped the Storm return to the playoffs for the first time in three years as the league’s seventh seed, although they were eliminated in the first round by the Atlanta Dream.
- She received the 2016 ESPY Award for Best Female Athlete and was selected to play in the 2017 WNBA All-Star Game, her first career all-star game appearance.
- She scored a season-high 32 points in an 87-80 overtime defeat to the San Antonio Stars on August 5, 2017, and she concluded the season with a career-high 19.9 points per game as the Storm finished with the league’s eighth seed, but were eliminated in the first round by the Phoenix Mercury.
- She was also selected for the 2018 WNBA All-Star Game, marking her second all-star appearance in 2018.
- She had a season-high 32 points in a 96-80 victory over the New York Liberty on August 6, 2018, and was ranked second in scoring in the league.
- In Game 1 of the semi-finals, she started the series strong with a 28-point performance and a career-high six three-pointers in a 91-87 victory over the Phoenix Mercury.
- She missed the whole 2019 WNBA season after sustaining a torn Achilles while playing for Russian team Dynamo Kursk in the 2019 EuroLeague Women final on April 14th.
- The Storm suspended Stewart to clear a roster place because the WNBA does not currently have an inactive list. However, the league later named her a paid ambassador for the 2019 season, making her the first active player to occupy such a role.
- She returned to the court in July 2020, rejoining her colleagues at the IMG Academy for training, and won her second title with the Storm in 2020, as well as being voted the 2020 WNBA Finals MVP.
- In 2020, she was named one of “Sports Illustrated’s” Sportspeople of the Year for her involvement off the court.
Breanna Stewart Boyfriend, Dating
Breanna Stewart is a single woman. Marta Xargay, a former WNBA and current Euroleague Spanish professional basketball player is her fiancée. He is also a three-time Eurobasket winner and a silver medalist with Spain’s national basketball team in both the Olympics and the World Cup. Breanna and Marta’s relationship is fantastic right now, and we hope it will continue to be so in the future. Breanna’s sexual orientation is that of a lesbian.
Breanna Stewart’s Net Worth
Breanna Stewart is a multi-talented woman with a net worth of $1.4 million as of August 2023. She also earns a good salary of roughly $185,000 every year. She agreed to terms with the Seattle Storm on a two-year contract of $375,500, with an annual average wage of $187,750. Breanna has yet to undertake any endorsement work. Furthermore, her basketball career is her primary source of revenue.