Former Pro Soccer Player
Trainer - North Texas
Stewart Brown is currently the head girls’ soccer coach at Highland Park High School (Dallas, TX) where he teaches within the science department and is the school's intervention specialist. Brown’s soccer career has taken him from his home in Paisley, Scotland to London, England to play professionally for Queens Park Rangers F.C. and then to the states where he has held collegiate coaching posts.
Entering his 10th year at Highland Park, the program has earned NSCAA Team Academic and Team Ethic Awards as well as two state championships (2012 & 2017) and finished runner-up on three other occasions (2013, 2015 & 2016). Brown has been awarded the state coach of the year three times.
During his tenure at Limestone College (Gaffney, SC) he coached the men’s and women’s programs receiving coach of the year honors for both programs. Next on his journey was Southern Methodist University (Dallas, TX) where he helped them to four conference championships and four NCAA Tournament appearances in four years.
Brown has a Bachelor of Science degree in Sports Medicine from Alderson-Broaddus College (Phillipi, WV), Masters degree in Health and Exercise Science from Furman University (Greenville, SC) and holds the National Soccer Coaches of America Association (NSCAA) Premier Diploma. Brown is also the author of The Student Athletes Guide to Getting Recruited.