Junior guard Stewart leaving UW

  • Herald news services
  • Monday, November 25, 2013 6:22pm
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SEATTLE – University of Washington head coach Lorenzo Romar announced Monday that junior guard Hikeem Stewart will transfer from the school.

“Hikeem is a great young man that I’ve enjoyed coaching and being around as much as any player that’s played for the Huskies,” said Romar in a press release. “We hate to see him leave, but I am fully supportive of his decision, and will sincerely support him in whatever direction he goes.”

Stewart, who played in 38 career games for the Huskies, has been given a full release and can start looking for a new school immediately. He averaged 0.6 points and 0.6 rebounds per game while playing in 6.3 minutes.

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