Glenn Stewart, a Toronto, Ontario native enters his fifth
season as an assistant coach at the University of Connecticut, and his third as
recruiting coordinator. During his first two seasons as the second assistant,
Stewart earned his Master of Arts degree in Sport Management.
Prior to coaching, Stewart played professional hockey for nine years in the East
Coast and International Hockey Leagues (formerly the United Hockey League) along
with several stints in the American Hockey League. As the assistant captain of
the Quad City Mallards (UHL) in 1997 and 1998, Stewart helped lead his team to
back-to-back Colonial Cup Championships. As a professional, Stewart played in
618 games tallying 402 goals, 452 assists, 854, included in this were three
seasons where he registered over 50 goals and 100 points. Stewart remains in the
top ten in many offensive categories in all time playoff scoring in the IHL.
During his time as a professional player, Stewart was given an opportunity to
lead at a coaching level. While playing for the Mallards from 1997-99 and as a
member of the New Haven Knights from 2001-02, Stewart served as the Player
Stewart began his college coaching career as an assistant
coach under the guidance of head coach Gary Wright at American International
College in 2003-04. While at AIC, Stewart was responsible for recruiting and
served as the teams goalie coach.
Before playing professional hockey, Stewart was a four-year
letter winner at the University of New Hampshire earning his Bachelor of Science
degree in family and consumer studies. He played in a career total of 144 games
and was named assistant captain in 1993-94 his senior year.
Stewart has also been extensively involved with USA hockey
working within the New England District. He is employed as an evaluator and
coach for the Yankee Conference Festival as well as the New England District
Development camps 13-18 which take place throughout the summer months.
Stewart and his wife Bridget currently reside in Wayland,