Todd Wildman
Title: Assistant Track & Field Coach

Two-time NCAA National Champion and Trinity alumnus Todd Wildman is in his ninth overall year as a Tigers assistant track and field coach. His specialty is coaching hurdles, jumps, and multi-events. 

Previously, Coach Wildman served in a similar capacity from 2011 to 2013 and rejoined the coaching staff in the spring of 2015. In the interim, Coach Wildman was coaching track and field at Ursuline Academy in Dallas, Texas.

Over the past five seasons, Coach Wildman’s hurdlers have earned 30 All-Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) titles, qualified for five NCAA Division III National Championships and earned four All-America honors. Cody Hall placed second in the 2017 Men’s Indoor Championships in the 60-meter hurdles, fourth at the Outdoor 110-meter hurdles, and was runner-up at the 2018 Outdoor 110-meter hurdles. Abigail Bannon-Schneebeck finished eighth at the 2019 Women’s Outdoor 400-meter hurdles.

Coach Wildman won his first NCAA Division III Indoor Championship by capturing the pentathlon title in 2009 at Terre Haute, Indiana. He followed it up with another championship the following year at Greencastle, just a short distance from Terre Haute. The United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) tabbed Coach Wildman as the 2009 Division III Indoor Men’s Field Athlete of the Year. He also was presented the USTFCCCA High Point Award.

During his four-year Trinity career, Coach Wildman became a four-time NCAA Indoor All-American in pentathlon, hurdles, and the high jump. He earned two All-America accolades in Outdoor Track and Field in hurdles and the high jump. Coach Wildman was also elected the 2009 Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Male Athlete of the Year. He won six individual SCAC Track and Field Championships from 2006 to 2009.

The versatile Coach Wildman was also a standout in Trinity’s rigorous academic program, majoring in business administration. Coach Wildman was honored as an ESPN The Magazine First Team Academic All-American in 2009 and 2010. He also was named the USTFCCCA Division III Scholar-Athlete of the Year in 2010.

Coach Wildman earned a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from Trinity in 2009 with a minor in economics. He was awarded the prestigious NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship and went on to receive a master’s in accounting from Trinity in 2010. 

Putting his Trinity education to excellent use, Coach Wildman works as a financial analyst for Pritchard Associates, a construction management firm. As a certified public accountant, Coach Wildman handles the financials of the company’s projects.

He married Corey Callahan ‘12, a former Tiger women’s track & field standout, in November 2015, who coaches horizontal jumps at Trinity.