Todd E. McIntyre joined the Saint Mary-of-the-Woods Athletic Department on December 18, 2017, as the Director of Sports Information and Intramurals.
McIntyre serves as the daily primary media relations contact for 13 varsity teams and promotes SMWC through various social media channels. He is the official statistician for the department and manages the smwcpomeroys.com athletic website. He has tripled the traffic on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube since he began in December of 2017. Additionally, he oversees the intramural department which includes basketball, spikeball, dodgeball, flag football, and sand/court volleyball. He is chair of the Athletic Hall of Fame Selection Committee and co-chair on the Athletic Taskforce Committee. Nonetheless, he volunteers in other areas including Marketing and Brand Identity, Campus Security, and Information Technology/Facilities.
He came to SMWC after devoting a year and a half at Marygrove College, located in Detroit, Michigan. For the Mustangs, he served as the Director of Athletic Communications and Media Relations. He was the primary contact for all eight NAIA varsity sports and oversaw the development and redesign of the Mustangs athletics website. In the span of one year, marygrovemustangs.com had received nearly 75,000 different visitors with over 750,000 social media page views. He was dubbed a finalist for Sports Information Director of the Year in the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference (WHAC) and is a member of the American Marketing Association (AMA). In addition, McIntyre was a voluntary statistician for the MLB's Detroit Tigers in multiple contests held at Comerica Park.
Before McIntyre's first Sports Information gig, he worked as a certified Personal Trainer at Anytime Fitness. McIntyre started a boot camp named "Bod by Todd", developed nutrition plans, and workout regimens for 20+ clients. Additionally, he contributed to a 30% increase in sales for the personal training department.
In 2019, McIntyre graduated with his Master of Leadership Development (MLD) degree from Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College.
In 2016, McIntyre graduated with cum laude from Saint Joseph's College (SJC) with a Bachelor of Science in Sports Management and Business Administration. McIntyre worked as the Assistant Director of Athletic Communications and Media Relations for three years while he attended Saint Joseph's College. He assisted with the press box/sideline operations at softball, baseball, volleyball, tennis, and track & field.
At SJC, McIntyre played strong safety and running back for the NCAA Division II football team. He helped lead the Pumas to its first winning season of 8-3 (2013) in over 25 years. He was a key component in the team's top-ranked pass/run/turnover defense in the nation and led the team in forced fumbles. His favorite college memory was playing against the University of Indianapolis on the CBS Sports Network in America's Division II Football Game of the Week. He earned Great Lake Valley Conference (GLVC) All-Academic honors on three separate occasions and served on the team's leadership council. He was active in Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), a member of the National Society of Leadership and Success, was active in the Enactus Business Club, and volunteered at the Rensselaer Animal Shelter.
McIntyre graduated from Dowagiac Union High School in 2013. He was a four-sport athlete (football, basketball, baseball, track & field) and collected a total of 12 varsity letters. As captain of the football team, he helped lead the team to a 2012 undefeated season and a two-season record of 23-3; with two losses coming against the State Champions in the MHSAA playoffs. McIntyre holds the school record for interceptions in a game (4) which came against Hopkins High School in the District Championship game. He was a two-time First Team Wolverine All-Conference football and baseball player while he was also dubbed Great Lakes All-Region twice. His 4x100M relay team qualified for MHSAA State Championships his junior year and won the Wolverine Conference Invitational. His favorite high school memory is having multiple pass break-ups and a sack against opposing quarterback Cooper Rush; the now back-up quarterback at the Dallas Cowboys.
A native of Michigan, McIntyre currently resides in Terre Haute, Indiana.