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Tommy Stuart
Tommy  Stuart

Class:
Graduate Student

Hometown:
Baltimore, Md.

High School:
Calvert Hall

Last College:
Boise State

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 205

Position:
QB



09/18/2017

Stuart Named NEC Offensive Player of the Week

Graduate transfer garners first NEC Player of the Week award

09/16/2017

@DuqFB Picks Up 28-23 Road Victory at Dayton

Dukes hang on for first triumph at Dayton since 2011

08/31/2017

@DuqFB Falls to No. 4 South Dakota State in Season Opener

High-powered Jackrabbits offense carries SDSU to win

08/28/2017

Dukes Kick Off 2017 Campaign at No. 4/6 South Dakota State

@DuqFB Seeks First Win over a Ranked FCS Opponent vs. Jackrabbits

2017 WALTER PAYTON AWARD FINALIST

2017 NEC OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

2017 ECAC DIVISION I FCS OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

2017 CFPA FCS PERFORMER OF THE YEAR WATCH LIST

2017 FIRST TEAM ALL-ECAC

2017 FIRST TEAM ALL-NEC

NEC OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK (9.18.17)


AT DUQUESNE (2017)
- Started all 11 games under center for the Dukes
- First player in program history to be named NEC Offensive Player of the Year
- First Duquesne player to garner conference offensive player of the year honors since Bruce Hocker won the award in the MAAC in 2006
- Capped regular season ranking eighth in FCS with 27 passing touchdowns
- Completed 198-of-297 pass attempts for 2,405 yards on the year
- Set new Duquesne single-season record for completion percentage (.667)
- Ranked seventh in the country in completion percentage and eighth in the nation in pass efficiency rating (159.3)
- Also tallied 328 rushing yards with five rushing scores on 84 attempts on the season
- Finished with single-season school-record 32 total touchdowns
- Paced the NEC in passing touchdowns (27), total touchdowns (32), completion percentage (.667) and pass efficiency rating (159.3) and passing yards per attempts (8.1)
- Helped Duquesne lead the conference in scoring offense (32.2 ppg.), rushing offense (198.5 ypg.) while ranking second in the league in total offense (421.2)
- Had at least two total touchdowns in 9 of 11 contests on the year
- Threw for a career-high five touchdowns in 51-14 win at Robert Morris (10.14.17)
- Tallied career-high 292 passing yards to go with three touchdown passes in 45-40 win at Valparaiso (9.9.17)
- Finished with four touchdown passes apiece in 38-13 victory over West Virginia Wesleyan (9.30.17) and 38-0 triumph over Wagner (10.7.17)
- Threw for a pair of touchdowns and rushed for two more scores in 38-23 win at Dayton (9.16.17)
- Recorded two touchdown passes to go with a rushing score at Bryant in season finale (11.18.17)
- Rushed for career-high 72 yards on 12 attempts vs. Central Connecticut State (11.11.18)


AT BOISE STATE (2015 & 2016)
- Played in 12 games in two seasons at Boise State.
- Appeared in nine games as a redshirt sophomore in 2015.
- Completed 12 of 18 passes for 114 yards and a touchdown and ran for 62 yards and three scores.
- Made his Division I debut vs. Idaho State, completing 9-of-13 passes for 69 yard and one TD and rushing 11 times for 46 yards.
- Scored his first-career touchdown on a two-yard rush at UNLV.
- Added another rushing touchdown against Air Force.
- Ran six times for 23 yards and a touchdown at the Poinsettia Bowl against Northern Illinois.
- Saw action in three games as a redshirt junior.
- Completed his only attempt for 31 yards at Louisiana.
- Was a member of the 2015 Mountain West All-Academic Team.
- Redshirted in 2014 after transferring from Butte Junior College. 


AT BUTTE COLLEGE (2013)
- Began his college career at Butte College in Oroville, Calif., the same school that gave Aaron Rodgers his start.
- Was named Nor-Cal Conference Offensive Player of the Year and first-team all-league quarterback after leading the Roadrunners to the 2013 California Junior College State Championship.
- Earned MVP honors in the title game.
- Butte capped the season by being named co-National Champions.
- Completed 132-of-204 passes for 1,927 yards and 29 touchdowns with just three interceptions.
- Completed a league-best 64.7 percent of his passes.


HIGH SCHOOL
- Led Calvert Hall College High School (Baltimore, Md.) to a record of 21-3 during his prep career.
- Led Calvert Hall to its first state title in school history, and the first conference title in 30 years as a junior.
- Named first-team all-state private school, and second-team all-state consensus (Associated Press) following that season.
- Also earned first-team all-metro honors.
- Totaled 2,500 total yards and 26 touchdowns as a junior.
- Accounted for more than 3,500 total yards and 40 touchdowns as a senior in earning first-team all-state private school honors for a second time.
- Was also named first-team AP All-State Consensus and first-team all-metro.
- Helped the team to a No. 3 state ranking.
- Was named Crab Bowl Most Valuable Player.

 
STUART CAREER-HIGHS

Completions: 28, at Valparaiso (9.9.17)

Pass Attempts: 42, at Bryant (11.18.17)

Interceptions: 2, twice – last at Bryant (11.18.17)

Passing Yards: 292, at Valparaiso (9.9.17)

Passing Touchdowns: 5, at Robert Morris (10.14.17)

Longest Pass Play: 79, vs. Wagner (10.7.17)

Rushing Yards: 72, vs. CCSU (11.11.17)

Rushing Attempts: 13, at Dayton (9.16.17)

Rushing Touchdowns: 2, at Dayton (9.16.17)

Longest Rush: 22, vs. CCSU (11.11.17)

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