Todd Galloway has joined the Golden Hawk coaching staff as the Offensive Coordinator after last year helping the McMaster Marauders win the Yates Cup. Prior to that he had an eight-year tenure with the Guelph Gryphons.
Beginning his time in Guelph as the Gryphons offensive coordinator in 2011, Galloway enjoyed a 31-8 regular season record and helped the program reach the Yates Cup on three separate occasions, including the fourth championship in its history in 2015.
He was elevated to the position of Recruiting Coordinator and Assistant Head Coach in 2017, before assuming head coaching duties on an interim basis in 2018. In that capacity, Galloway guided the Gryphons to a 5-3 regular season and a spot in the Yates Cup.
Attending Wilfrid Laurier as an undergraduate, he played football under the leadership of Golden Hawk greats Rick Zmich and Gary Jeffries. In 2004, Galloway joined the staff as an offensive assistant helping Laurier to a Vanier Cup title in 2005.
Other coaching stops for the Kitchener, Ontario native include five years spent in Nova Scotia with the St. Mary’s Huskies, Sackville High School and Nova Scotia Varsity Football League’s Metro Mustangs.
Todd Lives in Puslinch with his wife Trudy and their two children Grady (8) and Harper (2).