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Stewart heading to St. Bonaventure
Alfred State College pitcher Matt Stewart (Hornell) has decided to continue his athletic and academic career at St. Bonaventure University.
Stewart finished the 2007 spring season with an 8-2 record and a 3.86 ERA. He tossed 63 innings, struck out 36, and held opponents to a .254 batting average. He led the pitching staff in wins, starts, and complete games.
Following the season he was named 1st team All-Region after being named All-WNYAC following the fall season.
For his career, Stewart was 18-3 with a 4.04 ERA in 26 appearances. He made 23 starts and threw 12 complete games in 147 innings of work. He struck out 95 and held opponents to a .261 batting average. His 18 wins ties him for the most in program history and his .857 winning percentage is 4th best.
Stewart joins a Bonaventure team that is currently 21-21 on the year. The Bonas roster currently features former Pioneer Josh Perkins as the team's starting shortstop.