Todd Law

Oak Hill High School

Todd LawTODD LAW Todd Law graduated from Oak Hill H.S. in 1984.  During high school, he lettered in basketball, baseball, and golf. From 1981-1984, in basketball, the teams won 50 while losing only 17 for a 75% winning percentage and in baseball, the teams won 50 while losing only 21 for a 70% winning percentage. In 1988, Todd graduated from Taylor University with a B.S. in Physical Education with an endorsement in psychology.  He went on to earn a M.S. from the Univ. of St. Francis in school counseling.  Upon graduating from college, he took a teaching and coaching position at Manchester H.S.  From there he traveled down the road to Southwood until 2004.  He arrived back home at Oak Hill H.S. to be a guidance counselor as well as head girls basketball coach.  He continues in those positions at the present time. Todd’s 33 years in coaching actually started at Oak Hill as a senior in high school as an 8th grade football coach and as a sophomore in college coached basketball at Oak Hill Jr High and freshman for 3 years. Upon completion of his 15th season, the Lady Eagles have amassed a record of 289-75 (79%). His teams have won 7 sectionals, 5 regionals, 4 semi-states, 1 state championship (2019), 10 conference, and 8 Grant Four championships.  He has had 11 players go on to play college basketball on some form of basketball scholarship including 2010 Indiana Miss Basketball, Courtney Moses (Delks).  Todd was also an assistant football coach at Southwood H.S. in 2003, when the Knights won the class A state championship. With the success of the Lady Eagles program, Coach Law has received many coaching honors:  IBCA District 11 Coach of the Year (2), ICGSA Coach of the Year (1), and Chronicle-Tribune Coach of the Year (6).  In 2019, he was Assistant coach for the Indiana Jr. All-Stars. In 2009, he coached in the North/South All-Star Classic, and Hoosiers Reunion All State Classic Head Coach. Coach Law believes in the importance of teaching his teams to give back to their community.  He stresses being a positive role model both on and off the court. His greatest memory is, “God has blessed me with so many great teams, players, and coaches to work with that there are way too many great memories to list just one.” Todd and his wife, Valerie, and their children, Michael and Brooke, reside in Somerset, Indiana.