Stewart with the whole team

Sitting with his whole baseball team, Trevyn Stewart just finished signing his letter of intent to go play college baseball at UCO. Stewart was an All-State member for the Duncan Demons and was the outfielder for the Class 5A State Champions.

As a player who has spent many hours going to bat for his coaches at Duncan, Demon baseball player Trevyn Stewart is now ready to go to bat for his new coaches at the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond.

Stewart, the latest All-State selection for the Demons and a member of the State Championship team, made it official that he will become a UCO Bronchos this fall during the signing day ceremony.

Head Coach Grant Oliver knows all the work Stewart has put in has paid off and believes the UCO coaches will get someone who will make sure his team is successful.

“Trevyn Stewart is one of the hardest working young men I  have coached on the baseball field. He is one you have to run out of the cages every single day,” Oliver said. “Since the time he came to Duncan he has worked extremely hard and it shows on the field and off. He is one you really enjoy coaching because he wants to soak in everything you tell him.”

This past weekend, Stewart represented Duncan in the OBCA All-State game after a big senior season that saw him get several key hits during the run for a State Championship.

As the 2022 season finished up, Stewart went to Edmond to visit the campus and meet with the coaches at UCO. He said meeting the coaches and seeing the facilities sold him on the campus.

“I think it was just the coaches, including Coach Martin — he seems like a great guy,” Stewart said. “The facilities and living in Edmond, Oklahoma is something you can’t beat and with the offer they gave me, it was hard not to chose UCO.”

Playing for Duncan and getting a State Championship in his senior season, Stewart said there are too many memories he cherishes and to be added to the long list of athletes who played in college is special.

“The memories here are unbeatable — I have too many to even count and it was a great time here,” Stewart said. “Duncan has a ton of players playing college baseball and to add myself on the list, it means a lot to me.”

With the whole baseball team watching Stewart sign his letter of intent and his family also watching, he was glad to represent them along with Duncan.

“It means a lot — I have been through a lot and lot of people told me I couldn’t be here so to just finally know that I will play at the next level when people told me I couldn’t, it means a lot,” Stewart said. “I want to thank my family and then the three coaches, Coach Oliver, Coach Wilkins and Coach Hayes and even Coach Hughes who got me to this point — I couldn’t have done it without them.”

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