Stu played in 16 of 18 regular season games for the Lions, missing two tilts due to injury. Playing a key role on coverage teams, he recorded seven special teams tackles. He was also paired with Tim Brown on kickoff returns and had notched 92 yards on four returns including a career-best 32-yard effort on October 19/12 vs Edmonton. In limited offensive duties, Stu caught three passes for five yards and added 13 more yards on the ground on three carries.
Stu played in all 18 regular season games for Saskatchewan for the third consecutive season and returned three kickoffs for 51 yards, in addition to three special teams tackles while seeing limited action on offence as a back-up running back.
Stuart dressed in all 18 regular season games, both playoff games and the Grey Cup as a back-up running back. He finished his regular season with one carry for six yards, nine kick-off returns for 141 yards and nine special teams tackles. He had two kickoff returns for 28 yards in the Grey Cup game.
Dressed in all 18 regular season games, the West Final and the Grey Cup game as a backup running back. He also played on special teams. He finished the season with 25 rushes for 135 yards and a touchdown, 21 kickoff returns for 374 yards and also had eight receptions for 45 yards.
Dressed in 17 regular season games and West Semi-Final…started one regular season game at running back…made CFL and Rider debut in week 2…had eight rushes for 37 yards and first career touchdown in week 12…had nine rushes for 52 yards in week 17…had eight rushes for 65 yards and a touchdown in week 18…finished the season with 27 rushes for 162 yards and two touchdowns.
Spent five seasons playing for the Regina Thunder in the Canadian Junior Football League…in his final season he led the league with 454 kickoff return yards, was third in receiving yards with 649, fourth in rushing yards with 702 and third in punt-return yards with 268…averaged 259.1 total yards per game and finished with 2,073 all-purpose yards which was easily the highest in the league…was named the team’s MVP in each of his final two seasons.
Stu lives in Regina year round where he trains at Level 10 with former Rider Dan Farthing. While travelling in the off-season Stu learned to surf in Mexico and snowboard in Kelowna – two sports he now loves. The rest of his free time was spent travelling to Montreal to visit his girlfriend Catherine. Being from Regina, Stu has a large group of supporters who can always be found cheering at the games led by his mom.