Todd Stutzman is in his first season with SFA women's basketball after spending the past year as a graduate assistant manager at the University of Memphis. While there his primary responsibilities included assisting with day-to-day operations, organizing and assisting with film exchange, cutting and editing film, assisting with scouting opponents, helping with practices and supervising summer basketball camps.
Before arriving in Memphis, Stutzman earned his bachelor's degree in liberal arts and sciences with a minor in business from The University of Kansas in 2011. During his time at KU he was a student manager for the University of Kansas women's basketball program from 2009-11. Stutzman completed a summer internship with the KU athletic department in equipment management and was a camp supervisor with Bill Self Basketball Camps in 2011. He also received an associate of arts degree from Hesston College (Kan.) in 2008.
A native of Hesston, Kan., Stutzman attended Hesston High School where he was a three sport letterman for the Swathers, was active in vocal music, and received academic achievement honors throughout his high school career. He is currently pursing a Master's of Interdisciplinary Studies from SFA.