Glenn Stewart enters his fourth season at CMS in 2016-17. This is his first year as head coach after being the interim during last season. Coach Stewart specifically coaches the hurdles and pole vault.
During Stewart’s time as interim head coach, he led the Athenas and Stags to SCIAC championships in 2015 and 2016. The 2016 season marked the 13th time in CMS history that both teams earned conference championships in the same year. Also in 2016, the women's team came in fifth place at the NCAA Division III Track & Field Championships for the highest finish in program history, and sprinter Tyra Abraham (SCR) won the first 100 meters national championship for the Athenas. All told, there were six All-America performances under Stewart’s leadership in 2016.
Prior to CMS Coach Stewart coached at Cal Poly Pomona for five seasons. He joined the Broncos in the middle of the 2008 season where he coached the vaulters. Stewart served as the head coach of the Glendora High School track and field program from 2001-2008. He first started at Glendora in 1997 as an assistant coach and he took over the head coaching role in 2001. During his seven years as head coach, Stewart had six CIF Division I individual titles and trained more than 50 individual league champions.
As a student-athlete Stewart attended and competed at UCI and Cal State L.A. During his time on the UCI and CSULA campuses, Stewart starred on the track and field teams. In 1994 while at CSULA, Stewart won conference championships in the 4x100 and 4x400 relay in the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA). At the NCAA Division II National Championships, he garnished two All-American titles in both relays. Stewart also qualified individually in the 200m (1994) and 400m (1993) as well. In 1986 as a freshman at UCI, he was a USA Jr. National Finalist in the 400 meters.
Stewart and his wife Kristina are the parents of two children: Kirra and Josephine.