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Schedule

FOOTBALL
Aug 31 - 7:00 PM
Delaware State (Delaware Day)
Delaware
Delaware
FOOTBALL
Sep 9 - 3:30 PM
Delaware
Delaware
Virginia Tech
Virginia Tech
FOOTBALL
Sep 16 - 3:30 PM
Cornell (Band Day)
Delaware
Delaware
FOOTBALL
Sep 30 - 3:30 PM
James Madison (Hall of Fame Weekend)
Delaware
Delaware
FOOTBALL
Oct 7 - 6:00 PM
Delaware
Delaware
Stony Brook
FOOTBALL
Oct 14 - 3:30 PM
William & Mary (Parents & Family Weekend/Twirler Day)
Delaware
Delaware
FOOTBALL
Oct 21 - 3:30 PM
Richmond (Homecoming)
Delaware
Delaware
FOOTBALL
Oct 28 - 4:00 PM
Delaware
Delaware
Towson
FOOTBALL
Nov 4 - 2:00 PM
Delaware
Delaware
Maine
FOOTBALL
Nov 11 - 3:30 PM
Albany
Delaware
Delaware
Football Coaching Staff
Chris Stewart
Football Strength & Conditioning Coach
Coach Info:
Position: Football Strength & Conditioning Coach
Hometown: Charlotte, N.C.
High School: Independence HS
Alma Mater: Western Carolina
Graduating Year: 1998
Major: Sports Admin./Exercise Science
Experience: 1st Year
Phone: 302-831-4046
Email: stewartc@udel.edu

Chris Stewart was introduced as the University of Delaware’s new football strength and conditioning coach in January, 2017.

A native of Charlotte, N.C., Stewart comes to Delaware after spending eight years as head strength & conditioning coach at the University of Richmond, the last five working closely with head football coach Danny Rocco.

Before moving to the Richmond in 2009, Stewart had an 11-year stint at the University of Tennessee in 1998-2008, including his last five as associate strength and conditioning coach.  At UT, he served as a graduate assistant, assistant, and associate head strength coach during his tenure and worked with numerous National Football League players and Olympians while in Knoxville.

At Delaware, Stewart will be directly responsible for the strength and conditioning of the Blue Hen football program and will work closely with UD Assistant Director of Athletics for Strength & Conditioning Ted Perlak.

Stewart is an approved mentor for the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association and the former director of the UT Strength and Conditioning Clinic, one of the nation's largest and longest running strength clinics involving 800 coaches and athletes.

Stewart assisted with the UT football program while serving as the primary strength coach for the Vols' nationally acclaimed track & field team. He worked year-round with former Vols in the professional and Olympic ranks.

Stewart earned a sport management/exercise science degree from Western Carolina in 1998 and completed his master's from Tennessee in 2001. He is certified through the College Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association.

His career at Richmond and Tennessee includes one national BCS title; three SEC Championships; one Colonial Athletic Associate title; and 10 bowl games for football. Individually, he has trained 64 current or former NFL players, including 11 who have gone on to play in the Pro Bowl and eight who have won Super Bowl titles.

In track & field, he helped the Vols win two national championships and three SEC titles and has trained seven Olympians and seven individual national champions.

Stewart and his wife, Sherry, have a son, Cole, and a daughter, Lily.

THE CHRIS STEWART FILE
Christopher Charles “Chris” Stewart
Born:
February 17, 1976
Hometown: Charlotte, N.C. (Independence HS)

Degree: Western Carolina ’98 (Sports Administration & Exercise Science); University of Tennessee ’01 (Master’s in Human Performance & Exercise Science)
Family: Wife, Sherry; Son, Cole; Daughter, Lily.

College Coaching Timeline
1998-08 – Tennessee (Strength & Conditioning Coach)
2009-16 –Richmond (Strength & Conditioning Coach)
2017-Present –Delaware (Football Strength & Conditioning Coach)

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