Coach Jase Stewart
Coach Jase Stewart is a Miami native who has been coaching in the south Florida area for over 14 years. He started coaching in the mid-1990’s at his Alma mater Miami Sr. High School on the J.V. Staff. In 2004 Coach Stewart helped start up the Mater Academy football program and was their Offensive Coordinator and Assistant Head Coach. While at Mater Academy he led the Lions offense in becoming one of south Florida’s best. In 2009 Coach Stewart was named the Offensive Coordinator and Offensive Line Coach at Miami Norland Senior High School where he help lead the Vikings to two state title appearances and one state championship as well as an undefeated record of 15-0 in 2011. In 2012 Coach Stewart proceeded to take an associate coaches’ position at the University of Miami where he assisted with the running backs on the offensive side of the ball. In 2013 and 2014 he helped lead the Hallandale Chargers to their best two seasons in school history 11-1 regional semifinalist in 2013, and 10 – 3 regional finalist in 2014. Coach Stewart held the title of Quarterbacks Coach, Offensive Coordinator, and Assistant Head Coach. The Chargers offense has been in the top 5 in South Florida for the past two years and one of the top offenses in the state. During his tenure as a coach he has helped numerous student athletes get into college. Coach Stewart has coached some of south Florida’s best names like Duke Johnson (Miami Norland 2011), 2011 Mr. Football in Florida, Miami Hurricanes All-Time Leading rusher, Third Round Draft pick of the Cleveland Browns in 2015. Ereck Flowers (Miami Norland 2011) First Round Draft of the N.Y. Giants in 2015, # 9 pick overall. Josh Hammond (Hallandale High 2015) Under Armor All American, Florida Gator. Tyler Huntley (Hallandale High 2015), 2015 Gatorade Player of the Year for Florida, University of Utah.

“I’m so excited for the opportunity to lead these young men and to mentor them on becoming great student athletes. We will bring excitement to game days while winning and building a program I’m sure will make our student body, staff, administration, and community proud of." - Jase Stewart

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