Todd Young spent his 14th season on the W&J sidelines in 2012 as the offensive line coach and recruiting coordinator.
Young has played an important role in the development of four All-America linemen (Chris Hickey, Chris Teter, Dave Bucar and Matt Houy) since 2005.
Since his arrival on campus, the Presidents have posted a 131-30 overall record (.814) and have claimed seven PAC Championships. W&J has also made 11 appearances in the NCAA Division III playoffs.
He previously worked at his alma mater, Hiram College, where he doubled as the offensive line coach and recruiting coordinator. A 1996 graduate, he earned a bachelor’s degree in elementary education. As a player for the Terriers, Young was a three-year starter and a two-year captain on the offensive line. He also became the first player in school history to compete in a postseason national all-star game in the 1995 National All-Star Classic.
In addition to football, Young also was the head softball coach for Hiram in 2000. He helped lead the Terriers to a fourth-place conference finish, which was the team’s best finish in over a decade.
A member of the American Football Coaches Association, Young also spent two seasons as the W&J head men’s lacrosse coach as the program’s first coach.