Robbie Stewart is in his second year as the head athletic trainer for football at Middle Tennessee. Stewart made his way to Murfreesboro following seven years at Clemson University.
A Titleist Performance Institute Certified Golf fitness instructor, Stewart also works with the Middle Tennessee men's and women's golf teams.
Stewart, a native of Seneca, S.C., joined the Clemson athletic program in 2001 where he assisted with football and was the primary athletic trainer for men's golf. Along with assisting the director with the daily operation of the sports medicine area, Stewart oversaw all graduate assistants while also handling the recruitment and supervision of the student athletic trainers. For two years at Clemson, Stewart also taught kinesiology to undergraduate students with a variety of majors.
Prior to his arrival at Clemson, Stewart served as the head athletic trainer at Gaffney High School in Gaffney, S.C. Stewart held that position for one year. During his brief tenure at GHS, Stewart was responsible for the prevention, evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation of all interscholastic sports. Along with managing the training room, Stewart recruited, educated, and supervised all student athletic trainers.
Before taking the job at GHS, Stewart was an interim athletic trainer during the Tampa Bay Buccaneers mini-camp in 2001.
Stewart, who earned his master's degree from Middle Tennessee in 2000, worked as a graduate assistant in the Blue Raider sports medicine program for two years (1998 to 2000). At Middle Tennessee, Stewart worked with the women's basketball and women's soccer programs.
Certified by the National Athletic Trainers Association, Stewart earned his bachelor's degree in secondary education from Clemson in 1998. Stewart is also certified by the American Red Cross.
Stewart is married to the former Lindsay Henderson of Covington, La., and they have two sons, Griffin and Dalton.