Mr. Todd Stewart
Operating with a fast break mentality from the day he was hired, Todd Stewart's tenure as WKU's Director of Athletics has been marked by consistent success for the Hilltoppers on the field of play, in the classroom, and in the community. In his four years at the helm, 431 student-athletes have obtained their degrees, WKU has captured 25 total conference championships, and the athletic department staff, coaches and players have devoted over 4,000 hours of community service. Stewart also played an instrumental role in elevating WKU's athletic programs to Conference USA on July 1, 2014.
The depth of WKU's success makes the Hilltoppers one of the nation's most successful all-around athletics programs, as the 25 conference championships during his tenure have been won by 12 different sport programs. The 2015 football program had perhaps the best season in school history. WKU tied the school record for single-season wins (12), became the first school in Conference USA's 20-year history to go undefeated in regular season league play and also win the league's championship game, defeated South Florida in the Miami Beach Bowl for the program's second consecutive bowl victory, and finished the season ranked No. 24 nationally by the Associated Press. WKU Volleyball also finished its season nationally ranked, finishing No. 22 in the final AVCA poll after going 32-4, winning the Conference USA regular season and tournament titles, and sweeping Arizona in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. The men's indoor track team also captured the 2016 Conference USA indoor title, its second consecutive league title.
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