Breanna Stewart Height, Weight, Age, Biography & More

Breanna Stewart WNBA

Real NameBreanna Mackenzie Stewart
NicknameNot Known
ProfessionBasketball Player
Physical Stats & More
Heightin centimeters- 193 cm
in meters- 1.93 m
in Feet Inches- 6’ 4”
Weightin Kilograms- 77 kg
in Pounds- 170 lbs
Figure Measurements (approx.)33-28-33
Eye ColourBlue
Hair ColourLight Brown
NBA Debut2016
TrainerGeno Auriemma
PositionCenter/Power Forward
Current Team (2016)Seattle Storm
Achievements (main ones)• 4 time NCAA Champion
• 4 time NCAA Tournament MOP
• 2 time Wade Trophy Champion
Personal Life
Date of BirthAugust 27, 1994
Age (as in 2016)21 Years
Birth PlaceSyosset, New York
Zodiac sign/Sun signVirgo
HometownSyosset, New York
SchoolCicero-North Syracuse High School, Cierco, New York
CollegeUniversity of Connecticut, Connecticut, U.S.A.
Educational QualificationsNot Known
FamilyFather- Brian Stewart
Mother- Heather StewartBreanna Stewart Parents
ReligionNot Known
EthnicityNot Known
HobbiesCooking, Reading & Watching Movies
Favourite Things
Favourite NBA PlayerKevin Durant
Favourite MovieCoach Carter
Favourite SingerBeyonce
Favourite FoodPizza
Boys, Family & More
Sexual OrientationNot Known
Marital StatusUnmarried
Affairs/BoyfriendsNot Known
ChildrenDaughter- N/A
Son- N/A
Money Factor
Net Worth (approx.)Not Known

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Some Lesser Known Facts About Breanna Stewart

  • Does Breanna Stewart smoke: No
  • Does Breanna Stewart drink alcohol: Yes
  • Breanna was attracted by softball and as a kid, softball was her first sport.
  • She was picked for her first basketball team when she was 10, not because she was talented, but because she was tall.
  • When USA Basketball invited her to tryout for its first U-16 team, Breanna was just 14 years old and her parents initially thought about saying no because she would miss too much school. Fortunately, Breanna did not agree, a good decision made.
  • She was the first player to be chosen in the WNBA’s 2016 Draft.
  • In 2016, Stewart became the first-ever unanimous Associated Press Player of the Year.
  • Named the 2013 Final Four Most Outstanding Player, becoming the first freshman to win the award in more than two decades.
  • She is the only player in Division I history to finish her career with at least 300 blocks and 300 assists.
  • Breanna helped Connecticut achieve the longest NCAA tournament winning streak in women’s college basketball history (24 games).