Tori Stuart, 16 Navy

Player Profile

Physical Information

Height:            5′ 9″

Weight: 135  lbs

Standing Reach:        TBD

Approach Touch:       TBD

Athlete Personal Info

Jersey # 18

Position: Outside

Secondary Position: Right Side

Years with Team Momentum: 6

Years playing club: 6

Graduation year: 2019

Committed:  No

High School Information

High School:   Incarnate Word Academy

Address:          2788 Normandy Dr., St Louis, MO 63121

HS Uniform #:      2

HS Coach: Whitney Small

HS Coach Phone: 314-607-5728

HS Coach Email:

Additional HS Athletic Accomplishments, Awards and Recognition:

  • Received Christian Student Ambassador award for leadership in 2015.
  • High honor roll freshman and sophomore year.
  • Varsity volleyball freshman and sophomore year

HS Extra curricular activities:

  • Student Council class representative (freshman and sophomore year)
  • Philanthropy club
  • Wellness club
  • Gift club
  • Member of Student Ambassador program


“Hi, my name is Tori Stuart, and I am part of the graduating class of 2019 at Incarnate Word Academy. I am a very energetic and explosive player. I assist my team mates by giving 110% effort all the time. I also think that having a positive attitude is important and necessary in order to succeed at anything. I have played club volleyball for six years, and this will be my 6th season with momentum.

“Along with my dedication for volleyball, I also love to be involved within my school and community. When I came to incarnate as a freshman I was a part of Varsity volleyball, g.i.f.t. Club, Philanthropy club, wellness club, student council, and on high honor roll. As a sophomore I am a member of Varsity volleyball, Philanthropy club, wellness club, the student ambassador program, student council, and high honor roll.

“I also enjoy staying involved in my community by volunteering. At the age of 12 a friend and I started to develop our own idea to create a nonprofit volleyball camp for kids with special needs.  With the help of many organizations and individuals, two years later (2014) we conducted our first “Victory Volleyball” camp for these wonderful kids. It was very successful and we have been able to continue the camp every summer since it began. Victory Volleyball has been recognized by local TV, radio, and newspapers. This past year Victory Volleyball was also featured in the September issue of Sports Illustrated Kids magazine. I truly enjoy working with these children who have special needs, so that they may experience the same joy I feel when playing volleyball and being part of a team.”

Fun Fact About Me: “One of my favorite things to do outside of volleyball is to travel. I love to see new places and meet new people. I have traveled to many different places, and I have enjoyed making new friends in each place.”