Robbie Stewart joined the Auburn athletics family in July 2014. He serves as head athletic trainer for football.
He previously served seven years as the head athletic trainer for football and golf at Middle Tennessee State. Stewart received the Eugene Smith/Mickey O'Brien College Athletic Trainer of the Year Award from the Tennessee Athletic Trainers' Society in 2012 for his role in identifying the splenic rupture of MTSU wide receiver Shane Blissard during a 2011 spring scrimmage and promptly getting Blissard to the hospital where doctors performed emergency surgery to remove the injured spleen. Blissard made a full recovery.
Stewart, a native of Seneca, S.C., was an athletic trainer at Clemson from 2001-07, working with football and men's golf. Stewart oversaw all graduate assistants and student athletic trainers and taught undergraduate kinesiology. Prior to Clemson, Stewart spent one year as the head athletic trainer at Gaffney (S.C.) High School. He was an intern 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 (1998 to 2000), working with women's basketball and women's soccer. A Titleist Performance Institute Certified Golf fitness instructor and certified by the National Athletic Trainers' Association, Stewart earned his bachelor's degree in secondary education from Clemson in 1998. Stewart is married to the former Lindsay Henderson of Covington, La., and they have three sons: Griffin, Dalton and Davis.