Robbie Stewart/Kortne Gosha ROBBIE
Head Football Trainer | 6th Season Clemson, 1998
Asst. AD/Equipment & Facilities | 2nd Season Jacksonville State, 2011
MIDDLE TENNESSEE Season at MT: 6th Date Hired: Sept. 15, 2008 PERSONAL Birthdate: Oct. 16, 1974 Hometown: Seneca, SC Spouse: Lindsay Children: Griffin, Dalton, and Davis EDUCATION High School: Seneca College: Clemson, B.S. secondary education, 1998; master’s from Middle Tennessee in 2000
BOWL EXPERIENCE 2001: Humanitarian Bowl 2002: Tangerine Bowl 2003: Peach Bowl 2005: Champs Sports Bowl 2006: Music City Bowl 2007: Chick-Fil-A Bowl 2009: New Orleans Bowl 2011: GoDaddy.com Bowl 2013: Armed Forces Bowl
SPORTS MEDICINE EXPERIENCE 1998-2000: GA at Middle Tennessee 2000-2001: Head Athletic Trainer at Gaffney HS 2001 (summer): Intern for Tampa Bay 2001-08: Asst. Athletic Trainer at Clemson 2008-Present: Head Football Athletic Trainer at Middle Tennessee
Robbie Stewart is in his sixth year as the head athletic trainer for football at Middle Tennessee. Stewart made his way to Murfreesboro following seven years at Clemson University. Stewart was presented the Eugene Smith/Mickey O’Brien College Athletic Trainer of the Year Award during the 20th annual Tennessee Athletic Trainers’ Society Conference in 2012. Stewart was nominated for his role in identifying the splenic rupture of Blue Raider senior wide receiver Shane Blissard during a spring football scrimmage in March 2011. Stewart’s awareness and quick thinking led Blissard to a full recovery as he competed in all 12 Blue Raider games in 2011.
2013 BELL HELICOPTER ARMED FORCES BOWL MIDDLE TENNESSEE FOOTBALL
THE STEWART FILE
THE GOSHA FILE MIDDLE TENNESSEE Season at MT: 2nd Date Hired: February 26, 2012 PERSONAL Birthdate: October 15, 1988 Hometown: Birmingham, AL
2012- 13: Middle Tennessee (equipment manager) 2013: Middle Tennessee (Asst. AD/Equipment and Facilities) BOWL EXPERIENCE 2013: Armed Forces Bowl
EDUCATION High School: Shades Valley ,2007 College: Jacksonville State, B.S. Political Science, 2011 COACHING EXPERIENCE 2007-10: Jacksonville State (equipment manager) 2010-11: Jacksonville State (director of football operations)
Kortne Gosha is in his second season with the Middle Tennessee football program. After serving 2012 as the program’s equipment manager, Gosha was elevated to Assistant Athletic Director for Equipment and Facilities in 2013. Gosha oversees equipment ordering for the entire athletic program, while handling all license products and athletic facility capital projects and upgrades. Gosha made his way to Murfreesboro from Jacksonville State University where he worked three years as an equipment manager. He served as the Gamecocks student manager from 2007 until July 2011 before being hired full-time in August 2011 as the coordinator of operations and facilities.