|High School:||Ventura HS|
As a part of the 200 Medley Relay, 200 Free Relay, and 400 Medley Relay, Harrison helped Pacific take home three top-three finishes at the MPSFs, including winning the 200 Free Relay. Harrison was a part of the 200 Medley Relay's second-place 1:26.32, the 400 Medley Relay's 3:12.68, and the 200 Free Relay's winning time of 1:19.19. Individually, Harrison finished fourth on the team in the 50 Free (20.21) and the 100 Free (44.44).
Harrison topped Makoa Haneberg for the second-best time in the conference in the 100 Fly and the best of any Tiger when he swam a 47.93 at the MPSFs. That time put Harrison on the First Team All-MPSF. He finished in the top five among Tigers in the 200 Fly with a 1:53.85.
In his first year at Pacific, Harrison saw his fair share of success. He made the Second Team 100 Fly in the MPSF with a time of 49.44. His best in the 100 Fly this season was 48.89, which was the fastest time of any Tiger.
Harrison graduated from Ventura High School where he earned all-america honors for his swimming while earning scholastic all-america honors for his work in the classroom. An individual school record holder in the 50 Free, 100 Free, and 100 Fly, Stewart earned All-Channel League honors each of his final three seasons while earning all-county honors in the 200 Free, 100 Fly, and a pair of relays, as well. He was named the Rita Darling Award winner at Ventura for his excellence in the pool.
Stewart Harrison was born in Ventura, Calif., and is the son of Betsy and David Harrison. He has a younger sister, Alicia. Stewart is a mathematics major.