Jayme Stewart is in her third season as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for the Badgers.
In her first season at UW, Stewart helped coach Morgan Paige to a third team All-Big Ten selection while in 2014, Taylor Wurtz was an honorable mention All-Big Ten pick.
"I am so excited to be a part of this programing that keeps rising under direction of Bobbie," Stewart said. "Big things are happening here at Wisconsin, the future looks awesome. But most importantly this season, Bobbie has the players competing and playing their hardest. If we can stay healthy and keep working this hard, this season is going to be one you won't want to miss!
Stewart came to Wisconsin after serving as an assistant coach at Clemson University for one season. The St. Louis native also served as the recruiting coordinator and assistant coach at La Salle University in 2010-11. She signed two top-100 players and four McDonald's All-America nominees while with the Explorers.
Stewart spent two seasons at Southeast Missouri as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator from 2008-10 and was also a head coach at Division III Webster University for two seasons.
Stewart's other coaching stops have included one year as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at the University of Missouri-St. Louis (2005-06) and three seasons as a head coach at two prep programs. In her only season at Putnam County High (Unionville, Mo.) she was named Tri Rivers Conference and District Coach of the Year (2002-03) and she was at Trinity Catholic High School (St. Louis) for two years (2003-05).
Stewart (then Callahan) earned a degree in health promotion and wellness in 2002 from Missouri Southern State (Joplin, Mo.), where she started at point guard all four years. She completed her career atop the Lions' all-time career steals list with 225 and games started with 107, starting every game since her freshman season. She also ranks second on the school's career assist chart with 429.
Stewart and her husband Brad were married in 2013.