Adam Todd

Adam Todd enters his fifth season as Head Women's Lacrosse Coach during the 2019-20 academic year.

The Roos posted 10 wins during Todd's third season at the helm during 2018. Senior Amanda Woods was named an ECAC First Team All-Star following the season, while sophomore Molly Denny was named the Athletics department's Female Student-Athlete of the Year. Woods was named IWLS Defensive Player of the Year, while Denny and Allison Auger joined her on the First Team as six total Roos were honored.

Academically, four members of the team were honored on the ECAC President's Honor Roll, while four were recognized on the Academic Honor Roll. Three were named to the USCAA All-Academic Team. Jessica Pele and the entire team earned academic honors from the IWLCA.

Todd led SUNY Canton to a school record 11 wins during the 2016 season, his first at the helm, that included wins over schools like Baldwin Wallace College, Wilkes University, Elmira College, Morrisville State College and SUNY Poly.

SUNY Canton Athletic Director Randy B. Sieminski announced the appointment of Adam Todd as the next head coach of the women's lacrosse program on June 5, 2015. Todd served as an assistant coach during the 2014 and 2015 seasons.

"Our women's lacrosse program has been one of our most successful teams over the past two seasons, and Adam has been an integral part of that success along with fellow coaches Dave Bradman and Pat Martin," Sieminski said. "They have assembled an outstanding group of student-athletes who have excelled both on the field and in the classroom. This past spring they became the first SUNY Canton team in school history to play in back-to-back ECAC playoff tournaments."

"I'm very excited to continue this journey," Todd stated. "When Dave (Bradman) first asked me to help out two years ago I really didn't know what to expect, but I have been energized by working with the team. These players continue to amaze me with their level of commitment to the program and to each other."

Todd replaces Dave Bradman who founded the program four years ago and has been the only women's lacrosse coach in school history. Bradman built the program from scratch and has been successful in increasing the team's win total every year from two to five to nine and finally ten wins this year, including a 19-10 record over the last two seasons. He will remain a part of the Roos coaching staff as an assistant coach.