Paddy Stewart excelled as a playmaker and leader on the floor. He entered Carleton in qualifying year when he played for the junior varsity team, the Cardinals. The next year he moved up to the Ravens where he enjoyed four outstanding years (1965-69). By the end of his playing career at Carleton he had 162 assists to his credit - a team record which he held for 10 years. In l967 he held the team record for assists in a single season and in 1968 he had the most number of assists in a single game (8) against Sir George Williams. Paddy could also shoot. He averaged 8.6 points per game and was ranked 5th over-all with a career record of 841 points in 1968. Paddy was OSLAA (Ontario-St. Lawrence Athletic Association) All Star for two consecutive years - 1966-8 and was awarded the Doug Banton trophy (team before self) twice - 1965/6 and 1966/7. He also served as team captain in 1966/7. During his four years with Ravens, Paddy played on 3 conference championship teams, thus qualifying for the nationals. He met his wife Linda in athletics while playing for the Ravens and they have maintained strong connections with Carleton. Their son Andy also studied at Carleton and played for the Ravens.