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Christian Stewart Athlete Profile

#7 Christian Stewart

Position: Quarterback Height: 6-2 Weight: 208 Roster Years: 2008 | 2013-2014 Hometown: Orem, UT Mission: Tokyo, Japan Last School: Snow College

National Honors

Conference Honors

  • Named to the 2014 College Sports Madness All-Independent Third Team

Career Summary

Christian Stewart came to BYU as an All-Conference player from Snow College. He played in 12 games, one as a junior and 11 as a senior, and was the starting quarterback in eight games. He is ranked 11th all-time among BYU quarterbacks for consecutive pass attempts without an interception. As a senior, Stewart recorded a total of 25 touchdowns through the air on 2,621 passing yards with a 57.2 percent completion rate. He also led the Cougars in passing during his senior season and was sixth on the team in rushing. He helped BYU to a No. 14 national ranking in scoring offense and No. 15 in first down offense in 2014. He received both national and All-Independent recognition. See the season summary tabs below and the recognition and stats tabs for more details. 


  • Born in Provo, Utah 
  • Parents are Nick and Diane 
  • Majoring in business management with a minor in Japanese 
  • Served in the Japan Tokyo Mission (2008-10) for the LDS Church
  • Eagle Scout  
  • Also recruited by Colorado State and Utah State

Before BYU

  • Prepped at Timpanogos High (Orem, UT) 
  • All-State First Team 
  • Utah Valley Player of the Year  
  • Team MVP 
  • Also a member of the state champion baseball team  
  • High honor roll student
  • Coached by Brad Molen

Snow College

  • All-Conference
  • Carrier Dome MVP
  • 2nd in nation with 39 touchdowns

2013 | Junior Year

  • Member of the scout team
  • Saw action against Idaho State

2014 | Senior Year

  • Completed his first pass at BYU and wen on to throw for 172 yards on 10 for 29 passing in a little over half the game vs Utah State 
  • Threw 22 of 37 for 153 yards, three touchdowns and one pick and rushed for a career-high 52 yards on 13 carries, including a long of 20 against UCF in first start of BYU career
  • Tallied career highs in completions (39), attempts (63), passing yards (408) and touchdown passes (4) against Nevada
  • Recorded his first rushing TD of the year (2-yard run) and ended the game throwing 23 for 38 with 259 yards, one pass TD and one interception
  • String of consecutive pass attempts without an interception ended at 110, ranking 11th all-time among BYU quarterbacks
  • Accounted for 321 yards of total offense and three touchdowns(2 pass, 1 rush) while achieving a 135.9 rating on 28-of-45 passing to lead BYU to the win against Middle Tennessee
  • Ended the game with 325 yards through the air on 18-of-32 passing and three touchdowns in the 42-23 win against UNLV
  • Against Savannah State he threw for four touchdowns on 12-of-17 passing with 196 yards and rushed for his third and fourth touchdowns on the year for 44 yards on five carries before leaving the game in the second quarter with a 42-0 BYU lead
  • Threw 23 for 38 with career highs of 433 yards and five touchdowns in 42-35 win over Cal
  • FBS Independent Offensive Player of the Week (12/1)
  • CFPA Honorable Mention Quarterback Performer of the Week (11/24)
  • College Sports Madness Offensive Player of the Week (12/1)
  • Named to the College Sports Madness All-Independent Third Team
  • Threw for 348 yards on 23-of-48 passing with three touchdowns and three interceptions in the bowl game
  • Passed for at least three touchdown passes in six of his eight starts this season, totaling 25 TDs through the air on 2,621 yards with a 57.2 percent completion rate