|Class:||Class of 2001|
|Enshrined:||Inducted September 15, 2006|
The first native Vermonter to score 1,000 career points in men's basketball at the College, Todd is considered by many to be one of the truly elite players in Saint Michael's history. Over his remarkable career, he was named All-Northeast-10 Conference and All-ECAC three times, and NABC All-Region and Daktronics All-District twice. He was the Northeast-10's Player of the Year as a senior, and was named an All-American by both NABC and Daktronics/CoSIDA that same year. He finished his great career with 1,816 points (third all-time), and was listed among five different Purple Knight all-time Top Ten lists. He was only the second player in the College's 86-year basketball history to score more than 500 points in three consecutive seasons, and graduated owning several College records. He led the Knights to an all-time best record of 27-4 in his senior year, and during his career the Knights were 88-35 (.651 win percentage) overall, 54-24 (.692) in NE-10 play, and won one ECAC Division II and two Northeast-10 Titles. His teams made two NCAA Tournament appearances, and advanced all the way to the "Sweet 16" in his senior season. He received the College's Victor LeMieux Award for loyalty and leadership as a senior in 2001.