Growing up with Kentucky roots and a family history of basketball excellence, there was little doubt Pat Todd would play the sport that has been such a large part of his life for more than 40 years. Todd not only excelled at the game at the high school and college level, but also came to understand how the game can be a springboard to molding the lives of young people.

After finishing his playing career, Todd transitioned into coaching very quickly. He built a state and nationally recognized high school program at Leesburg High School in the heart of central Florida. The Yellowjackets were ranked in the top ten in the State Coaches Poll for 12 consecutive years. His 1999 team finished the season ranked 19th in the USA Today’s High School Top 25.

As a result of having outstanding players and assistant coaches, Todd has amassed a career record of 422-143 as a head coach at the high-school and college level. During his career at the high school level, Todd was fortunate to coach 26 players that went on to earn all-state recognition. In addition, 72 players went on to play at the colligate level and 12 have gone to play professional basketball. He has been named Coach of the Year on 11 different occasions. In 2000, Todd joined the staff at Georgia State University as an assistant coach to Lefty Driesell.

Coach Todd became the athletic director at Florida College in 2014. In 2015, he also became the head men’s and women’s basketball coach at Florida College. The women’s program finished the year ranked seventh nationally in the USCAA Coaches Poll. It was the first winning record in the programs history. He was fortunate to coach two USCAA first team all-American selections in Laurie Beaty and Toni Cox. The men’s program finished the year ranked ninth nationally in the USCAA Coaches Poll. The Falcons were led by second team all-American McMichael Jamison and honorable mention all-American Eddie Moralobo.

Todd earned his Master of Science degree in education leadership from National Louis University and his Bachelor of Science degree from Flagler College. His education career began as a math teacher. He has served as a high school athletic director, assistant principal, principal and head master during his administrative career. He has also served as Lake County School District athletic director. Todd has served on a number of educational and athletic boards throughout his career including the Florida High School Athletic Association. He has served as the President of the Central Florida Coaches Association and consults with local school districts for athletic administration training.

Todd resides in Fruitland Park, Florida, with his wife, Renee, and their two children, Hayley and Hayden (a freshmen at Florida College). They worship at Beverly Shores Church of Christ where Todd serves the congregation as one of the elders. Todd was named to the USCAA Board of Directors in 2016.

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David Wadlington has previously served as the assistant men’s and women’s basketball coach at Florida College. He helped lead the women’s program to the first winning season in the program’s history and back-to-back winning campaigns. In addition, the Lady Falcons received their first invitation to the USCAA National Championship Tournament. Prior to coming to Florida College, Wadlington served as the head women’s basketball coach at Ohio Valley University for six years. Before his tenure at OVU, he spent ten years as an assistant men’s basketball coach at Freed-Hardeman University. In addition to his coaching responsibilities, he serves as the supervisor for Conn Gymnasium and provides game day management for volleyball and basketball.

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