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 35 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.

Todd earned his Master of Science degree in education leadership from National Louis University and his Bachelor of Science degree from Flagler College. He has been a classroom teacher and served in a number of academic administrative roles including headmaster and secondary principal.

As a result of having outstanding players and assistant coaches, Todd has amassed a career record of 398-119 as a head coach at the high-school level. He has coached 12 players who have gone to play professional basketball throughout Europe. In addition to his coaching duties, Todd also serves Florida College as the director of athletics.

He and his wife, Renee, have two children: Hayley (a sophomore at FC), and Hayden (a senior in high school). They worship at Beverly Shores Church of Christ.