Todd Mooney

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Todd Mooney
Biographical details
Born (1965-06-13) June 13, 1965 (age 57)
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
? Ohio (GA)
1990–1994 Urbana (DC)
1997–1997 Oberlin (OC)
1999–2004 Rhodes (DB)
2006–2013 LaGrange
1997 Oberlin
Head coaching record
Overall27–51 (football)
3–30 (baseball)
0–1 (NCAA D-III playoffs)
Accomplishments and honors
1 SLIAC (2008)
American Football Monthly NCAA D-III Coach of the Year (2008)
Schutt Sports NCAA D-III Coach of the Year (2008)
SLIAC Coach of the Year (2008) South Region Coach of the Year (2008)

Todd Mooney (born June 13, 1965) is a former American football and baseball coach. He was the first head football coach at LaGrange College in LaGrange, Georgia, serving from 2006 until midway through the 2013 season. In 2008, Mooney led LaGrange to a 9–2 record and a Saint Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference championship. This turnaround followed consecutive 0–10 seasons to begin the program. This single-season turnaround was the best in NCAA Division III football history.


Head coaching record


LaGrange Panthers (NCAA Division III independent)(2006–2007)
2006 LaGrange0–10
2007 LaGrange0–10
LaGrange Panthers (Saint Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference)(2008)
2008 LaGrange9–27–01stL NCAA Division III First Round
LaGrange Panthers (NCAA Division III independent)(2009–2011)
2009 LaGrange5–5
2010 LaGrange3–7
2011 LaGrange4–6
LaGrange Panthers (USA South Athletic Conference)(2012–2013)
2012 LaGrange3–73–4T–5th
2013 LaGrange3–4 [n 1] 3–2 [n 1] [n 1]
      National championship        Conference title        Conference division title or championship game berth


  1. 1 2 3 Mooney served as LaGrange's head coach for the first seven games of the season before resigning. Matt Mumme replaced him for the final three games. LaGrange finished the year with an overall record of 5–5 and a mark of 5–3 in conference play, placing fifth in the USA South Athletic Conference.

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