Todd Howard

Todd Howard (born September 10, 1970)

Teams coached: IUPUI Jaguars
IUPUI record: 26-70 (.271)
Overall record^: 26-70 (.271)

Career Accomplishments:

  • NCAA National Championships:  0
  • NCAA Tournament Appearances:  0
  • NIT Championships:  0
  • NIT Appearances:  0

Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2011-2014 IUPUI
2001-2011 IUPUI (assoc. HC)
1994-2001 IUPUI (asst)
1993-1994 Louisville (student asst)

Todd Howard Facts

  • Todd Howard
  • Born September 10, 1970
  • Hometown: Louisville, Kentucky
  • Alma Mater: University of Louisville (BA, 1993)
  • Starred at Ballard HS (KY), where he was a teammate of future NBA player Allan Houston and won a state title in 1988
  • Played at Louisville for Hall of Fame head coach Denny Crum; went to three NCAA Tournaments
    • Started his coaching career at his alma mater, spending the 1993-94 season as a student assistant
  • Arrived at (then NAIA) IUPUI in 1994, becoming an assistant under new Jags’ head coach Ron Hunter
    • Spent seventeen seasons on Hunter’s staff, including ten as his associate head coach
    • Excelled as a recruiter, especially in the Louisville and Indianapolis areas, and helped land future NBA player George Hill
    • Part of team that won the 2003 Summit League Tournament and reached the program’s first-ever D-I NCAA Tournament
  • Elevated to head coach in 2011 when Hunter left for Georgia State, but was not able to maintain his mentor’s success
    • After going 14-18 in year one, the Jaguars went 6-26 in two-straight seasons leading to Howard’s firing in 2014
  • Howard stayed in Indianapolis, spending eight years (2014-22) as the head boys’ basketball coach at Brebeuf Jesuit Prep
    • Went 124-68 overall and won three Class 3A sectional titles before resigning in April 2022

Todd Howard Coaching Tree


^ overall record includes head coaching positions at the NCAA Division I level only