Breanna Stewart Trademarks
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September 21, 2023
Breanna Mackenzie Baldwin was born on August 27, 1994, in Syracuse, New York. Her mother Heather Baldwin married Brian Stewart who adopted Breanna, changing her last name to Stewart.
She played basketball at Cicero-North Syracuse High School beginning during her eighth-grade year. Her teammates nicknamed her “Bean.” As an eighth-grader, she started in most of the games that she played in and averaged around nine points per game. As a freshman in high school, she averaged 17 points per game and helped to lead her team to the regional final. At the age of 14, she was invited to play with the USA Basketball U16 Team. She was the youngest member of the team, but that didn’t stop her from earning a starting role on the team. Team USA won the gold medal at the inaugural FIBA Americas U16 Championship for Women, held in Mexico City, qualifying the team for the 2010 FIBA U17 World Championship.
Breann started in every game in her sophomore year of high school. She averaged 22 points a game and helped to lead her team to an 18 and 4 record. Her high school team was invited to play in tournaments that took place in Philadelphia, New Jersey, and at Disney World. With the USA Basketball U17 Team, she won a gold medal at the 2010 FIBA U17 World Championship for Women. She averaged more than 12 points per game in the tournament and led the team in blocks.
During her junior year, Breanna’s high school team won the state AA public school title. Breanna had an outstanding performance, which garnered national attention, when her team played to the semi-finals of the Tournament of Champions held in Phoenix, Arizona. She recorded 29 points and 19 rebounds against Dr. Phillips High and averaged 44 points in the first two days of that event. It was during her junior year of high school that she announced her commitment to the University of Connecticut after a visit to the school.
Breanna also played for the USA Basketball U19 Team. They won a gold medal at the U19 World Championship, where she averaged more than 11 points per game and earned All-Tournament team honors. She averaged 15.4 points per game while playing for Team USA in the 2011 Pan American Games, where Team USA came in seventh. She was honored as the 2011 USA Basketball Female Athlete of the Year.
Breanna scored more than 2,000 points in her high school career. She was awarded many honors, some of which include the WBCA High School Coaches’ All-America Team, 2012 Naismith High School Girls’ Player of the Year, and Gatorade National Girls Basketball Player of the Year. She was also named Most Outstanding Player at the 2012 Hoophall Classic, where she had 22 points and 18 rebounds. In addition, she won a gold medal with the USA Basketball U-18 Team at the 2012 FIBA Americas U-18 National Championship and was awarded the MVP trophy as the competition’s best player.
As a freshman at the University of Connecticut, she had a good showing at the Big East tournament and was then named the Most Outstanding Player of the Final Four. That year she also won a gold medal at the 2013 FIBA U19 World Championship and was awarded the MVP trophy.
As a sophomore, Breanna averaged more than 19 points per game. She was honored with many awards, including American Athletic Conference Player of the Year and AP Player of the Year. She also helped lead Team USA to a gold medal at the FIBA World Championship for Women in Turkey in 2014.
Breanna was again named American Athletic Conference Player of the Year in her junior year at the University of Connecticut, a year where she also broke many school records. That year she played for Team USA at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, where the team took gold. In her senior year, she swept individual honors, winning awards including the Naismith College Player of the Year, Associated Press Women’s College Basketball Player of the Year, and three-time AP Player of the Year. She finished her career second on the school’s all-time scoring list.
In 2016, Breanna was drafted by the Seattle Storm. As a rookie, she played in the 2017 WNBA All-Star Game. In 2018, she again played in the 2018 WNBA All-Star Game. She was also named Finals MVP. However, she suffered a torn ACL and missed the 2019 WNBA season. In 2020, she was honored with the WNBA Finals MVP and won her second title with the Storm.
In 2020, Breanna Stewart filed a trademark application for “STEWIE” (which is one of her nicknames and a play on her last name) for use on athletic apparel such as jackets, pants, shirts, and hats. She also applied for a trademark for “STEWIE” to be used on mugs and printed posters.
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IC 016. US 002 005 022 023 029 037 038 050. G & S Printed posters. FIRST USE: 20200801. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 20200801.
IC 021. US 002 013 023 029 030 033 040 050. G & S Mugs. FIRST USE: 20220301. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 20220301.