|Date of birth||23 May 1968|
|Original team(s)||Mount Eliza, Victoria|
|Height||194 cm (6 ft 4 in)|
|Weight||114 kg (251 lb)|
|1986–2002||St Kilda||321 (594)|
1 Playing statistics correct to the end of 2002.
|Sources: AFL Tables, AustralianFootball.com|
Nicknamed "Buckets" for his big hands and the way he was able to mark the ball with ease, Loewe debuted in 1986 for the St Kilda Football Club after being recruited from Mount Eliza. He played junior football for P. & C. Junior Football Club based in Delacombe Park, Frankston, where his large size helped him excel in the position of ruckman, though he was also known for his poor kicking that would plague him throughout his AFL career.
At centre-half-forward, Loewe formed a lethal forward-line partnership with full-forward Tony Lockett. He had an awkward kicking style which sometimes resulted in missing easy shots, but his ability to kick long goals and consistent contested marking more than made up for it.
Loewe played in 21 of 22 matches in the 1997 AFL premiership season home and away rounds in which St Kilda Football Club qualified in first position for the 1997 AFL Finals Series, winning the club’s 2nd Minor Premiership and 1st McClelland Trophy. He retired in 2002, with 321 games, a record only surpassed at the Saints by Nathan Burke and Robert Harvey.
Loewe later played 68 games for Old Haileybury Amateur Football Club and played in the 2006 A Grade Premiership. He now coaches the senior team at Old Haileybury.
- Jim Main, Aussie Rules: For Dummies (2nd edition, 2008) p. 87.
- "AFL 1996 Ansett Cup Grand Final – St Kilda v Carlton". Slattery Media Group. 1996-03-23. Retrieved 2009-11-07.
- "AFL 1996 Ansett Cup Grand Final – St Kilda v Carlton – St Kilda holds up the trophy after winning the 1996 Ansett Cup". Slattery Media Group. 1996-03-23. Retrieved 2009-11-07.
- "1997 Season Scores and Results – Ladder". AFL Tables. Retrieved 2009-11-07.
- Stewart Loewe's profile on the official website of the St Kilda Football Club
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