Glenn Stewart is currently in his eighth season as associate head coach at UNH in 2021-2022. Stewart works directly with the forwards and the penalty kill.
The Wildcats led Hockey East and were fourth nationally in penalty kill percentage (.874) in the 2017-2018 season under Stewart’s guidance.
Stewart came to UNH from Merrimack College where he spent the previous five seasons (2009-2014) with the Warriors, including two as associate head coach. In his first season with the Warriors, the program posted 16 wins and returned to the Hockey East playoffs for the first time in six years.
Prior to his time at Merrimack, Stewart spent five seasons (2005-09) at the University of Connecticut as an assistant coach and spent three of those five years as recruiting coordinator. While with the Huskies, Stewart earned his Master of Arts degree in Sport Management. He got his start in coaching in 2003-04 when he spent one season with American International College.
A four-year letter winner at UNH (1990-94), Stewart skated in 144 games and posted 51 goals with 51 assists for 102 points. He served as an assistant captain his senior year. As a sophomore in 1992, UNH advanced to the first round of the NCAA Tournament while advancing to the second round as a senior in 1994.
Prior to coaching, Stewart played nine professional seasons with stints in the East Coast Hockey League (ECHL), the International Hockey League (IHL), the United Hockey League (UHL) and the American Hockey League (AHL). As a professional, he played in 618 games and tallied 402 goals along with 452 assists for 854 points.
Stewart and his wife Bridget reside in Natick, Mass., with their daughter Callan.