Pat Todd has announced his resignation as athletic director and head men’s basketball coach at Florida College.
Todd served six years as athletic director, five as head men’s basketball coach, and two as head women’s basketball coach.
As the head women’s coach at Florida College, Todd achieved a record of 25-23 in two years, including the first winning season in the program’s short history in 2015-16. As head men’s basketball coach, Todd was 73-67 in five seasons, including a collegiate career-best 22-7 in 2017-18. His men’s teams the last three years all ranked highly in the NAIA in assists per game and three-pointers made per game. This past season, he led the Falcons to their first win over an NAIA Divison I ranked opponent, defeating #25 William Carey University 95-83 on February 11, 2020. Overall he was 98-90 while leading FC on the hardwood.
Aside from wins and losses, Todd’s teams were filled with student athletes of high character. His men’s basketball teams won the Southern States Athletic Conference’s Team Sportsmanship Award back-to-back years (2019, 2020).
Todd also guided the college in the transition to the NAIA and acceptance into the Southern States Athletic Conference. He oversaw the addition of the Athletic Annex that is the new home to the men’s and women’s soccer programs, the renovation of the locker rooms and new floor design in Conn Gymnasium, and the additional renovations and improvements to Qualls Field. He also guided the department in the creation of the new athletic website and social media presence.
Prior to joining the NAIA, Todd guided Florida College to unparalleled success in the USCAA. During this period, Florida College had fourteen appearances in USCAA National Tournaments, produced three team National Championships, one individual National Championship, and two additional Final Four appearances. In addition, they have produced twenty USCAA First Team All-Americans, fourteen USCAA Second Team All-Americans, eleven USCAA Honorable Mention All-Americans, and forty-one USCAA Academic All-Americans. In 2017 Florida College finished third in the USCAA Directors Cup with every sport receiving a bid to their respective national tournament. Todd was named 2017 USCAA Athletic Director of the Year.