Todd Randall enters his seventh season as Assistant Head Coach in 2019. Randall previously served on the Bonnies coaching staff as an assistant from 1994-96.
Before returning to St. Bonaventure in 2013, Randall was the head coach at the University of Hartford from 1997-2010.
In 14 seasons at Hartford, he tallied 236 career wins, making him the winningest coach in Hartford softball history. Randall was the first coach in the University of Hartford’s Softball program history to qualify for the America East Conference Tournament when his team did so in 2002. Also in his time at Hartford, Randall was responsible for 11 All-America East First-Team, 16 All-America East Second-Team, 12 America East All-Rookie Team and five America East All-Championship Team selections. Randall also guided the 2004 America East Rookie of the Year, Nikki Thompson, who still holds the program record for home runs in a career (19).
Also at Hartford, Randall’s teams earned 12 America East Player of the Week, 13 America East Rookie of the Week and six America East Pitcher of the Week selections.
Academically at Hartford, he coached seven America East All-Academic Team members and two CoSIDA Academic All-District selections. In 2006, Hartford’s softball team had the third highest team GPA in Division I.
Randall is a 1988 graduate of St. Bonaventure with a degree in Journalism and Mass Communication.
He currently resides in Olean with his wife, Janice and step-daughter, Kyra.